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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. 1887.
Schr Caterlnu from JTunalel
Stinr 0 11 Itlshop fur Koolnu at 5 p id
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MU ROW.
Sehr W S llowne for 8au Finudsuo
Sehr Kulamauu fur Hawaii
Hclir Catcilna for Hanalel
Sclir Kawallaiil for Kouluu
For 'Kauai per stinr Mikaliala, May
17 J V Ingram, W E Howell. M U
Oorrea, Aloi An, Mr Bowie, A 8 Wilcox,
'A K Meyer?, and about ill) deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stinr I.lkc
llku, May 17-0 0 Williams Mrs A
J.ovollamlulilUI.MmJ Wlddllleld and
daughter, .7 It Smith, O 0 Hoffgaard,
JirsT 11 I.owther, i: A Hlelenberg, Mrs
SehoU, .Mis Mary Ami Cook, K I) Wal
brldgc, a HawallaHS and about 41) deck.
The sailing of the steamer I, alma
was postponed until this noon.
The steamer 0 It lllsbop v 111 sail at
5 o'clock this evening for Koolau.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Jlk Glengaber, Itollcstou
Ilk Sonoma, Grlfflths
Uk Hercules, llless
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Itktuo S N Castle, Hubbard
Sehr W S llowne, Bliihui
VESSELS EXPECTED. .,
Ain bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed'
from Boton Dec 17, duo May 1-20
llrlt bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
lint bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattlo 8 Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktne John Worstcr, from Xana
lmo, B C, due May 20-!!0
Am bk St Luele, sailed from New
York March 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Wliltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
Iu Honolulu, May 18th, to tho wife of
1) Manaku, a son.
LAZAItUS-Iu this city, May 13th,
1887. Miss Adelaide Amelia Kalanlnul-
lielamoku J.azarus, aged 20 years 8
months and 3days.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun steamers lvinati and Likcliko
will return hero Sunday morning
Mu. 1. C. Jones inspected tho
work on tho stern of tho missionary
vessel, Morning Star, this afternoon.
Am. the flromen of Honolulu havo
been supplied with elaborate silver
plated badges furnished by tho Chief
Heavy rains at Ewa and N. E.
squalls in tho lagoon yesterday, arc
reported by Captain Cook of tho
The sailing of the W. 8. llowne for
San Francisco has been postponed
until to-morrow morning at 10
Tub miIo of bullocks belonging to
--tho cstato of Ramos, to havo taken
place yesterday at Kalihi, was post
poned on account of tho rain.
Tun Honolulu Rides will hold
their battalion target-shooting con
test on tho day to bu appointed for
tho celebration of tho Queen's Jubilee.
Five thousand tins of opium wcro
being stamped and labeled by tho
Custom Houso clerks to-day, prepara
tory to tho drug being placed in tho
Tub only thing been to leave tho
cabin, windows of th Kaimiloa this
morning as sho steamed passed tho
lightliouso, was a sigh of relief from
The salo of tho old Astor Houses
yesterday realized $l3f.fi0. Tho
carpenter shop was hold to Alii for
$27.50 ; tho barber shop to a Portu
guese for !28 and the restaurant de
partment to Mr. Gall for .hU.
The meeting of tho first division of
tho Liliuoknlani Educational Society,
to bo held at 3 o'oloek to-morrow
afternoon, is of special importance,
becauso of its being for tho purpose
of electing ollicers for tho year, and
thoroforo ovory member is particu
larly desired and requested to attend.
Two especial considerations should
attract a largo audience to Mr. Cm
zan's lecture at tho Y. M. O. A. Hall
to-morrow night. First, it will prob
ably bo tho last public lecturo of a
popular public man before his depart
ure from tho country, and, second,
tho subject mutter of tho lecturo, tho
"Opening of tho Mississippi," in
which stirring scenes and incidents
A votwo lady, while standing closo
to a vino tho other night, was bitten
on tho cheek by a ceutipedo or
a scorpion. A gallant young man
ran oil' for a doctor and aftor falling
into mud puddles and man-trups
lio arrived at tho doctpr's
oillco about two hours after tho
biting. Tho medical gontlomiin
informed tho gallant that bo (tho
doctor) could bo of no service as tho
lady was either dead or well by that
Mu. Frank Higgins is repairing tho
tout for tho go-ns-you-plcaso contest,
to como ojl' in a wcok or to. Threo
entries havo been made, viz. Jacob
Simnis, Joo Camarn and a travelor
named Smith. Mr. Higgins thinks
that llucft days on Iho constant- go
would bo too much for this climate,
and it is likely that tho eoiiipolllots
will want the time i educed to four
hours a night for tlirco nights.
A SURPRISE PARTY.
On Saturday evening, Miss Clare
Cunningham who ha3 just returned
from tho Coast, was sin prised by a
pany of her fi lends. Dancing and
vocal mid instrumental music com
prised tho piogriiiiiinu of the even
ing. At 12 o'clock U'freslunents
weiu passed mound, after which the
company dispersed, pleased and
happy, and leaving their kindest
THE GUH BURST.
A Chinaman who works for Ah
Chew, corner of Alapai and King
street, over charged an old gun,
yesterday afternoon, to shoot birds.
When the trigger was pulled tho gun
burst with terriblo effect. Tho
Chinaman's left hand and arm were
frightfully lacerated. A huge gash
almost severed the thumb and cut
deep into the wrist. A piece of
iron went into tho left foro arm at
nu angle of about 45 degrees. Dr.
McGrew treated the Chinaman, who
tho doctor thinks, will cornu out
with nothing more sciious than a
stiff thumb and a bill.
At an informal meeting of Free
masons held at Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, F. and A. M. for the pur
pose of devising ways and means for
entertaining tho Grand Master of
California and other Masons of the
Masonic excursion to arrive by the
Occanio steamship Australia, due
May Illst. a committee was ap
pointed with power to make all
arrangements, raise subscriptions
and appoint sub-committees, con
sisting of tho following gentlemen :
J. M. Monsarrat, W. M., chairman;
Ills Excellency George V. Merrill,
lions. A. S. Clcghorn, "NVm. O.
Irwin, Samuel I'arkcr and J. S.
Walker; Major W. II. Cornwall,
Police Justice David Dayton,
Messrs. John II. l'aty, Win. F.
Allen, II. J. Noltc and F. J. Hig
gins. A subscription list was started in
the room, and twenty-eight Masons
contributed 325. It was stated
that His Majesty the King intended
to give a grand ball at Iolani Palace
ami a garden party at Waikiki. A
fitting reception to the Masonic
brethren from tho Coast may be
THE GYNBERG BALLADS.
The "Gynberg Ballads" after
being placed on sale went off like
hot cakes. As a literary production
tho work docs not como up to the
stand point of the Gynbergdrinken
stcin, though it iu somewhat en
hanced by several apropos sketches.
Tho brochure opens with "The Order
of the Bar," probably the best bit
of the whole. The "Opium Racket"
is illustrated by You Lie wheeling a
barrow full of treasure to the coffers
of the Gynberg Duke, winding up
with that potentate grasping the
situation. Tho Historical proces
sion of November last receives a
well deserved hit, embodying an
excellent sketch of u load of Ducal
"Section Giu." The Conundrum Is
appropriately represented by a bottle
of brandy for a bowsprit, whisky for a
funnel, and gin for a poop ornament.
The other sketches . consist of The
Hunting Cart, Tho Gynber Lega
tion, and Nosbig with his tail be
tween his legs. Admiial Grisley
and Hazel Dell are dealt with in
auytbing but a complimentary men
ner but it's a case of "Let thoso
laugh who win."
IN SE A R C ifo F PLU N D ER .
At about 7 :80 o'clock last night
the Chinese yard-roan, employed by
Mr. C. O. Berger, at his residence,
was returning to his room, adjoining
the stable, when he discovered n
man jumping out of his room win
dow and saw him run for the shrub
bery. Tho domestic called Mr.
Berger, who with a pistol began to
investigate. The window, sash and
all, of tho Chinaman's room had
been knocked out, and a chair was
capsized. Mr. Berger, after making
a. short, futile search returned to the
houso and tho yard-man, being
frightened, went off to a friend's
place to sleep for tho night. Tho
Chinese cook and his wife occupied
a room adjoining the yard-man's,
and about an hour after tho above
occurrence, while thoy were prepar
ing to sleep, they were disturbed by
a noiso In the yard-man's quarters.
The cook hammered on the partition,
exclaiming ''go away fioin here," and
tho intruder decamped. Mr. Berger
was again called. Tho police wcro
telephoned and in tho courso of
fifteen minutes or so the place was
surrounded and a diligent search
made. It was dark as pitch and
raining. Mr. Fred. Macfarlano with
a club and Mr. Berger with a pistol
worked like troopers, and tho police
were cnergeic, but the culprit was
not found. It scorns that (lie vlllian
wanted to rob tho cook, wlo hud
received 8 100 from a Chincso debtor,
yesterday. Tho cook had been rob
bed before and now his room is
ornamented with lion bars and strong
padlocks. Tho would-be robber was
most likely informed of the $100,
but he didn't get it, neither would
he havo got it if ho had effected an
entrance to the cook's room, be
cause it wasn't there.
Earthquakes havo repeatedly
occurred recently nt Aden on tho
Our woilhy alwtiuit 1'osliimnlur,
David Manaku, was disturbed hist
night, by tho intelligence that a "mail"
hud arrived. It was not altogether
unexpected by Mrs. Manaku, though
David objected strongly, on princi
ple, to its coming in tho middlo of
the,nighl. Upon arising and making
further investigation he was agree
ably Mirpriscd to find it was a wel
come "male" in the shape of a
bouncing littlo boy. Tho Bulletin's
congratulations aie tendered to
Djid and his midnight airivul.
The first of tho "Perils of the
Deep" were cncoiintctcd by tho Ka
imiloii this morning, nnnowly es
caping sinking the bark Glengaber
After lifting the anchor, sho steamed
directly towards that vessel, and tho"'
collision was only averted by again
letting go tho anchor. Charlie, tho
look-out man at Diamond Head ic
ports keeping his eyo on bur up to 1
o'clock when she disappeared from
view with her foio and aft canvas mi.
At noon when tho "sun was over tho
foro yard" he saw all hands ''splice
the main bineo," and fancied hu
could seo them waing adieu to
Honolulu. Sam M.iikai was on tho
bridge and tho cook nt tint wheel,
while Joseph Sykcs was engaged
counting tho ducats that ho had to
meet expenses on tho South Seas.
PROPOSED CHURCH UNION.
foiit 8tueet comlkkga
tio:i. A meeting of Fort-street Church
congregation was held last night, to
receive and consider the report of
the joint committee of that and the
Bethel Union Church. Mr. P. C.
Jones presided and Mr. W. W. Hall
was secretary. The vcport was sub
mitted in printed form, appended .to
a statement of proceedings had pre
viously. Tho joint committee was
composed of Messrs. W. C. Merritt,
J. B. Atherton, A. F. Judd, W. W.
Hall, and W. O. Smith, of Fort
street Church, and Messrs. S. 10.
Bishop, J. O. Carter, II. A. Parma
lee, K. C. Damon and A. L. Smith,
of Bethel Union Church. They re
ported a basis of union, as follows :
1st. That each church appoint
live persons, who shall together peti
tion tho King and Privy Council for
a new charter of incorporation, un
der which thero shall be a now
church organized. Each church
thereby agreeing to disincorporate
and to surrender their separate
organization and to transfer nil pro
pel ty of which they are possessed
to the new corporation.
2nd. That each church grant let
ters of dismissal to their mombors,
recommending them to present these
for the organization of a new church
to be called the "Congregational
Church of Honolulu," to be organiz
ed under tho charter above provid
3rd. That to this new church be
committed tho drafting of their own
creed, confessions of faith, and the
details of organization.
-lth. That this Committee deem it
advisable and recommend that a
new church building, adequate to
the needs of the organization, be
erected upon some suitable site to
bo selected by the "Congregational
Church of Honolulu."
5th. That the committee- recom
mend that the pews of the new
houso of worship be made free, and
that tho money for church expenses
bo raised by annual pledges, pay
ment In installments in advance.
Gth. That in view of the fact that
the two churches will soon be with
out pastors, it seems very desirablo
that immediate action bo taken
for the consummation of the union,
and wo hereby recommend that an
early date be fixed upon for the
7th. That in presenting this re
port tho work of this committee hav
ing been completed, wo recommend
that it bo discharged, and that an
executive committee consisting of
four persons, two from each church,
bo appointed, whoso duly shall bo to
prepare the papers and take the
necessary steps to carry out these
Tho first live propositions were
adopted by ballot, as follows: first
and second, each 131 to 10; third,
131 to 8; fourth, 121 to 1G, and
fifth, 92 to 15. Tho sixth and
seventh were adopted by a show of
hands under a suspension of tho
rules. Daily Herald.
To-morrow, May 19th, is As
cension Day, a feast that has been
most solemnly celebrated in the
Church from remotest antiquity, to
commemorate tho memorable day,
when our Saviour Jesus Christ took
leave of his disciples, and accompa
nied by the souls of tho just of the
Old Testament, ascended from
Mount Olivet, to tho right hand of
his eternal father, after having end
owed his apostles with tho divine
power and commission of going into
tho whole world, to teach all na
tions, and baptize them in the namcof
the threo Dlvlno Persons of the ador
able Trinity together with tho solemn
promise to bo with them, (and their
successors), all days even to tho
consummation of tho world. Mount
Olivet, having been tho scene of tho
agony and humiliation of the Son of
Map, and chosen by him to bo the
witness of his glorious Ascension.
A pious tradition of the Church
tells as that our Lord had his feet
printed on tho rock whenco Ho
ascended, and from these prints it
appears that ho had Ills feet turned
towards tho Western Hemisphere,
when IIo Talsed himself up, as Ho
was already pointing out Home, the
eternal city, as tliu future Seat of
tho Head of His Church.
The Ascension Day is preceded
by three days of public prayer,
culled Kogation Day3 (days of
prayer), which are in cat hollo coun
tries days of solemn supplication,
with a dally procession in tho
streets, the clergy chanting with tho
faithful the litany of tho Saints.
The Ascension Day, being a feast
of obligation, will bo observed by
the Roman Catholic Church, accord
ing to the following order:
(i and 7 a. it., low masses with
holy communion; 10 a. m., ponti
fical high mass, followed by baptism
of adults and Infants; !1 1 m., con
firmation Rosary and Solemn 15c
ncdictlon of the Most Blessed Sacra
ment. F. C.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
llllKOUK l'UKSTOtl, ,T.
Tuksday, May 17th.
Makalei and others vs. Hlmenl.
Defendant is ordered to Indemnify
plaintiffs from payment of all sums
duo on mortgage executed by him
April 21st, 1884. Fuither directions
are reserved by the Court. W. O.
bmith for plaintiffs ; J. M. Poepoe
Probata division, before Judge
Prcston. Estate J. F. O. Banning.
Submission of facts. Heard, argued
and submitted. This is a case on
submission without action. Hon.
W. F. Allen, administrator, claims
interest on decedent's capital in the
business of Ed. Iloffschlacgcr & Co.
up to the time of Settlement with the
administrator. Messrs. Maertens
and Opfergclt, surviving partners,
contend that the interest ceases to
run at the time of decedent's death,
it not being shown that the capital
is invested in new enterprises, the
delay to settle being caused by the
collecting of debts due the Arm. S.
B. Dole for the administrator, W.
F. Allen and F. M. Hatch for sur
Wednesday. May 18th.
Napoltana, chaiged with larceny
of liquor from W. S. Luce, was
found guilty and sentenced to three
months' imprisonment at hard labor.
Lour cases of deserting contract
service wero settled out of Court.
Thos. Rcwcastle vs. Mrs. Cowles.
Assumpsit for S1G.G7. Mr. W.
Achi for plaintiff. Mr. AV. A.
Whiting for defendant. Judgment
for defendant. Costs 83.80. Appeal
noted to Intermediary Court.
Haydn, the great composer and
consumer, liked to
dine alone. It was his custom to
order dinner for five, and then nt
the appointed hour devour tho whole
banquet. On one occasion ho com
manded tho now waiter, who was
not acquainted with the great man's
peculiarity, to servo tho dinner.
"The dinner is ready," said tho
waiter, "but, Monsieur,ltho com
pany has not yet arrived." "Do
gompany," retorted Haydn, con
temptuously, "de gompany? I am
do gompany." The dinner was at
once served to "de gompany," who
demolished it quite as effectually as
any ordinary company would havo
done. Another lordly feeder was a
contemporary of Haydn, tho Duke
of Norfolk, who would eat at a Co
vent garden tavern food enough for
five persons, but he possessed a
moro sensitive temperament than
tho musician, and would never eat
five dinners in one a second time at
the same hotel, not caring to en
counter again the obvious amaze
ment of the waiters. The Cure de
Brevuier is immortalized by Brillat
Savarin. This reverend gentleman
would eat at a single sitting as much
food as would servo a workingman
for ten days. Brillat Savariu once
saw him, in thiee-quarters of an
hour, sweep Into his capacious
stomach "a quart of soup, a plate oi
bouilli, a largo leg of mutton, a
superb ham, a copious salad, a
pound or two of cheese, a prodigi
ous (iiiantitv of bread, a bottle of
wine, another of water and a cup of
coffee." Tho narrator is careful
to state that the Cure did not eat
cither the ham bone or that of tho
leg of mutton. Wo aro told of an
Englishman of letters and politics
who ate at a solitary dinner seven
pounds and a half of solid meat. At
the shop where ho performed tho
feat tho customers were at liberty
to eat as much as they pleased for a
certain sum, but its keeper had
nover beforo encountered a man of
his ilk. Lucullus never dined moro
sumptuously than when he dined
alone, and on one occasion upbraid
ed his cook for serving him with a
cheap repast when "Lupulu3 dined
with Lucullus," tho cost of which
was only about 8."00. Among mo
dern extravagant epicures wo havo
Vicomto do Vleil Castel, who wager
ed that ho could consume live hun
dred francs' worth of food and liquor
in two hours. His order consisted
of twenty-four dozen oysters, a
soup, a beefsteak, a pheasant stuffed
with truflles, a Balmi of ortolans, a
dish of asparagus, a plate of young
peas, a pineapple, a dish of straw
bcirics, five bottles of wine, coffee
and liquors. IIo won his wager in
ono hour and forty minutes. Napo
leon I. ato little, and that rapidly,
as if ho begrudged the time. Ills
two favorite dishes were a breast of
mutton L'rlllcd and lentils. Napo-
1 leon III resembled his undo Iu gas-
tronotnlo Indifference and sobriety,
and had no i-aro about what he ate,
while Louis X.VIII was more inter
ested in a menu than In an Act of
Parliament. To descend from the
region of tho historically marvellous
to what I hnvn actually witnessed,
writes r coi respondent of the San
Francisco Port, 1 remember onco
breokfasting iu tho company of a
well known musician, and being
greatly astonished at his gastrono
mical feats. First he disposed of a
half of a large muskiueluii, followed
by a beefsteak and mushrooms, of
which he hud a second and a liberal
help ; potato croquettes, four boiled
eggs and toast and inufllns ad libi
tum followed, the repast being con
cluded with six wheat cakes. Said
our hostess to mo afterward: "I
consider him the vcrv princo of
guests, with his delightful conversa
tion, his divine music, and such an
appetite. Good Housekeeping.
A NEAT AP0L0CY.
There was a brilliant parly at the
residence of one of the most promi
nent State olllclals at Austin, Tex.
Of course, thero was dancing and
music. Hosteller McGinnis and Miss
Esmeralda Longcollln were also pres
ent. Neither of them dancing, they
wero seated on a sofa, talking, when
suddenly Hoslcttcr placed his arm
around tho waist of Miss Longcollln
and gave it a hearty squeeze.
"What do you mean, sir!" ex
claimed tho indignant maiden.
There is no harm in it. I can't
dance and I don't see why thoso
gentlemen on tho lloor can hug the
ladies and I do not, too."
The apology was accepted.
AN UNTH0UCHT-0F CONTINGENCY.
Littlo Nell "I'm awful sorry for
Omaha Mamma "Why, pot
your nurse looks well and happy."
"But the angel's won't never
know how good sho is and maybe
they'll inako a mistaku an' let her
go to tho bad place."
"Mercy mo! What put that into
your little head?"
"Why, she says all her prayers in
French." Omaha World.
No. 13. May 9.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
Island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends ubroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo bad from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilcwctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-TnK
"Ei.eik" Book, Jnu and NEWsr-Arun
Oki'Ice, corner of Queen and II Streets,
opposite olllce of ihe Bond of Health,
have, iu connection with their already
Kx'enslve Pilntlng Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Roy, of Sun Francis
co, direct from tho imnufuctory, Now
York Oily, A GOKDON JOB I'MNT
INO PRESS, one oftbo finest and best
In the world, and of tho largest tizo
muile. Thero is nothing in this conntn
to eotnjuru with It. To exumlno this
lino plocu of workmanship is worth a
vit.it to the 'Ei.ki.e'' Ofllce. It oxccU
in doing the llncstkind of woik in tho
shortc.-i possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print
lrtf of ANY kind done at short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo ihu "Elkmc" ofllce a call. Tele
phone No. Ml. lm 33
Dr. Flint's IIi:akt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of lleurt Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. BctiBon Smith &
Co.. Acents. 351
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour if
otleml for nulu by GONSALVE3 &
A FULL COURSE of Tbsuo Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given In Crayon Portraits; and itho the
Lightning Method of Flower and Lund,
i-cape Palatini;. Flower Painting, 85;
Landscape, $10, for full coupes
Older taken for Crayon Portraits and
B6T ,(;0 KINO STREET, opposlto
Kuuiiiuhio Church. t)4 lm
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo hnd from
J. II. Soi-Eii, i : : Mei chant Street,
A. M, Hbwktt, II " "
.1. V. IliNOLcr. ; i i : Hotel Street
llisNitY Williams, : Hawaiian Hoiel
UU.. uucon Mtrcet. Ol
R la ill
Just rcrr Ivtd per stinr Australia, n Jlno assortment of
Epeeial attention Is ndlcd to our
3E5oy' Sailor Ac .Jei'sey -;iiit;.
40 doxcu L'oj'b Liuen Knee Pauls, ct a very low figure, In tizes up to 12 yeats.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino lino of Ladles' .Tersoye, I.icoi and Embroideries a grrU virlcty
Just i ccclveu prices very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The largest Stock ol any Iioiinc !
Kecslvcd direct from Eastern .M inufjc'.urcrr.
A complete lunorlment of
Shoes for Ladies, hisses & Children
of a mputlor quality and pi Ices to Milt the times.
CSTItland orders reccl re catcful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
10Jt (OpposltoW. O. Irwiu&Co's.)
Haing bought the
From the Temple of Fashion at greitly reduced ratei, we now olfer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Theso good are first class In every respect and consist of all grades and quab
GlolMii MMi for Hie Rich aid Poor ale:
Iu ofTuning them to our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that we are giving ilium tho bjticllt of our cheap bargain and
invite the pulillc in general to givu us a c ill and exumlno these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. ,VJ
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat,
And Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Outs, being cooked by Steam, aud
only requiring a short tlmu to prepare them for the table.
tST'l'ho most nutritious food known.tda
Also, Goriuon, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Primer, Nuts, Raisins,
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &c.
Also, liroom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for salo by .
Oli&s, Hustace, - - Kliiig- Street:
The Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of thu
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the 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 forme
year's, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references du.'ng
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their latu Majesties Kainchanieha IV, Ivamchunicha V, and
Lunnlilo, and having the honor of supplying tho present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty year'
practical ovperienco iu this lino of business.
rrartlonl Confectioner, IMUry Coo It on it Oriiatucuter In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Stroots,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 nm) Honolulu, H. I,
Just Received at Hollister & Co.s
A large tissortmcnt of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUOTBOKGS,
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, -
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &a.
For Stile at Reanonable
Egan & Cos
entire Stock of
If rice fit;
RETAIL; - '