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THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1887.
fitmr Snrprlso from Ilawall
Stiur JAl uniniins from Koolnu
Hclir W S Howne for Sun Ftnnelseo
Hchr Kuliuunuu for ilnwull
Hebr Cuteilun for Haualel
Sour Kawnllaul for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M6R0W.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
For Sun FraneWeo, per W 8 Bowen.
Muv 10 Mr Mo Comliu, MrDocler, and
Ij l Morgeu.
The schooner W 8 Bowne was towed
to sea this morning. Sho took 13,1117
l...m. nt aniraivKIA li.lL't of rlcC. 100 1)1111-
ches of bananas 40 bUls of molasses, and
tanks, vaiueu eiv,-
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun
Jtk Glengabcr, Kollestoti
Bk Sonoma, Grilllths
Bk Hercules, Bles
Bktne Morning Star. Tumor
Kktnc S X Castle, llubbaid
Am bark Tlinour, Browcr. sailed
Iiom Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates), from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lasle, W Slinrcr,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
" Am bktno llnttle B Hours Ten 111,
from HongkouK, duo April 10-110
Am bktno John Worster, from ana
hno, B O, duo May 20-:i0
Am bk St Luele, sailed from INoW
Yoik March 20, duo September 5-30
Am bk C O Whltmore, 'I1 Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May liu-tH)
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Thk old Autor house buildingri nro
being pulled down.
vcrtificd for sale.
invalid chair is ad-
A nr.NTi-r.MAN wants a loom in a
private family. See atlvt.
Company A of the Honolulu Kiilcs
will drill this e ening.
Mus. Cornwcll of Maui is tbo guest
of the Ilev. and Mrs. E. C. Oggel.
The now rules of tho Hawaiian
Jockey Club may bo bad ut Mr.
Howett's, at CO cents per copy.
Mn. Cruznn'a lecturo on tbo "Open
ing of tbo Mississippi, will begin at
7 :45 o'clock this evening, at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall.
Evi:ky member of Company 11,
Honolulu Killcs, is ordered to report
at tbo armory to-morrow evening at
half past 7 o'clock.
A cheat semi-annual remnant salo
will take placo at Chas. J. Fishol's
leading millineiy bouso, commencing
on Monday next.
Lewis J. Lovcy will bold bis regular
cash salo to-morrow at 10 A. m at
which will ho ottered a collection of
iino plants from the nursery of
A MIN8TBEI. entertainment by tho
Honolulu Quart otto Club for tbo
benefit of Messrs. Shannon and Mc
Gregor will bo given at tbo Opera
Houbo on Saturday evening next.
. . .
Thk monthly biuincss meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held this oven
ing at 7 :15 o'clock, fifteen minutes
earlier than usual on account of Mr.
Oruan's lecturo, later in tho evening.
Gentlemen on tho committee of
arrangements for the Quccn'n Jubilee
celebration aro reminded that their
attendance is required at a meeting
to bo bold this afternoon at ft o'clock
ut tbo British Club.
KtKflK Dndd's iroat lias taken tho
blue ribbon, it drinks nothing
stronger thnn Tahiti lemonade; and
every day at a regular hour, tho goat
calls on Mrs. Hills, at the depot, and
receives a bottle of the drink.
A wondekkui. piece of marino naval
architectural ingenuity is on view at
Geo. Engelhaidts. It is a miniature
representation of tho Kaimilon, and
serves tho purposo of birdcage, a
purpose for which tho vessel herself
might bo appropriately used.
A PRIZE RIFLE.
Tho officers of Company B of tho
Honolulu Rifles have elnbed together
and bought anew Springfield rifle with
bayonet, to bo offered as a prize to
any member of Company B who will
mako the best scoro in inut company,
barring the winner of the Hall-prizo,
if tho winner bo in Company B,
and those who have made 70 per
cent on any previous occasion. The
Hhooting for the Company B rltlo
will take place at the same time the
battalion holds its shooting contest.
Mr. Geo. Howe, to further interest
in the battalion shooting, has pre
hentetl to' the Honolulu Rifles a U.
S. regulation cartridge belt filled
with cartridges, as a second prizo
in the coming contest.
I 111 Ul L ILJl.l -
A PUCILSTIC MARINER.
Yes, I have dismissed my mate,
said t)io Captnjn of tbo Makah. Ho
vas too muc.h of a gontloman, con
tinued tho captain, and the vessel
can only support pno. And ho was
a flgbtor too, a great pugilist. Ho
challenged tho whole ciew once, and
becauso thoy took no notice of what
Willi, 111' frN OI V"MI (ii'ri""n i
ft great fightur. Ho slmuU ft stumpy
sailor wliilo down in tho hold tjio
other day, and you would liuve
laughed to see the result. Tho little
fellow, on catching his balance after
tho blow, jumped in front of tho niiito
and "squaring off" ehicI, so you want
to fight, do you? Thoro was a
moment's pause, nnd I got tbeie just
in llmo to prevent tho little fellow
from chewing off tho mate's oar. Not
many boms after, the inato taunleied
up to another sailor on deck and said
you (three dashes), you can't lick mo
no how. Tho sailor showed fight, and
tho mato in backing away, stumbled
over a plank and would have been
bit on the bend with a piece of
scantling by the sailor if I had not
Miss Hello M. Fuller, daughter of
Cnpt. Fuller of this city, was vale
dictorian of tho class of 87atSnelPs
Seminary, nt Oakland. Tho grad
uating exercises look place in the
1st Congregational Church at Oak
land. Miss Fuller has ninny friends
in Honolulu, who will be pleased to
know of this. Sho attended Mrs.
Wallace's Girls' School before going
to the Coast, where she has been for
n year and a half.
A COMINC ARTISTIC EVENT.
Everyone in Honolulu who is in
terested in art, literature, history
and travel, will be glad to learn that
tho Y. M. C. A. has engaged Pro
fessor Sidney Dickinson, M. A., of
Boston, who is in the kingdom for a
few weeks, to deliver, under its
auspices his biilliant course of illus
trated lectures on "The Treasure
llouses of European Art," on tho
evenings of May 23, L'G, 30 and
I'rof. Dickinson, who comes here
with the strongest endorsement of
tho Eastern and San Francisco
press, and of Amherst, Brown, Yale,
Trinity, Boudoin, Williams, Welles
ley and other leading colleges, is a
giaduato and Master of Arts from
Amherst College, and tho most suc
cessful lecturer on art that has ever
appeared in the United States. His
plan includes the great records of
art in pointing, sculpture nnd archi
tecture, that aro found in France,
Belgium, Holland, Ihissia, Spain
nnd Italy, illustrated by splendid
views, both plain and colored, pre
pared expressly for him in London
and Paris, shown by his own power
ful oxy-bydrogen, dissolving view
apparatus, which he has brought
with him from Boston. No pains or
expense has been spared to make
this the most interesting course of
lecturers ever given in Honolulu.
Editor Bulletin: I noticed in
last Tuesday's issue, nn article on
Kapiolani street. Now being inter
ested in that road, I think it my
duty to substantiate that statement,
and would say that the writer has
drawn it very mildly. Tho road
could not possibly be in a worse
condition, and is certainly danger
ous to man and beast ; water pipes
have been laid along Kapiolani
street, which project about 5 inches
abovo tho ground, leaving deep ruts
on both sides, and at night if one
chances to get up to Lunalilo street,
without having a wheel taken off, it
is a miracle. Now as the material
for road making is near at band, it
would cost but very little to repair
it, and would probably prevent a
fatal accident. Hoping you will
give this room in your valuable
paper. A Resident.
In some of the suburbs there arc
imperfect attempts nt sidewalks.
Such as they aro they are of some
use to pedestrians. Notably this is
the case on Punahou Avenue, where
a bus is often awaiting passengers
at the foot of the street. It Is a
well known fact, however, that the
boys of that school make free use of
these sidewalks in muddy wcatlior
for horseback riding. It strikes me
that a boy so dainty as to need tho
sidewalk for horseback travel, there
by spoiling it for ladies' conveni
ence, will not mako very much of a
man. Let us have a little civilzicd
manhood where there aro any pre
tensions to it.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
IlKFOUIt WESTON, J.
TmntsDAT, May 19th.
Kaohe ct al vs. Kealina ct al, de
murrer. The Court reads tho bill of
complaint and grounds of demurrer,
and overrules demurrer filed by de
fendant Kealina, with leave for him
to answer over in forty-eight hours
from this hour 10 :30 a. m. The
following Is tho demurrer:
Tho demurrer of Kealina, one of
the defendants herein, to the bill ot
complainants of Kaohe and Kainoa
lnu, his wife, against this defendant
by protestations not confessing nor
acUnowledclnc till or any of the
mattors and things in said bill of
complaint contained to bo true in
manner and form ns tho same nro
herein set forth dcinurreth mid
1st That said complainants or
any one of them never off oral or
intended to refund the sum of fifty
dollarswhlch was actually paid by
such defendant Kcalina to said com
plainants at tho execution of tho
2nd That it doth not anywhoro
. ..lit I.. .. ..4 r.it.S ...InLllliiMil
nppiW HI twit iHiuipimia Hint MiM
oufciiilnutKuallualiau ht'out equalled
by complainants oi tiny one of them
or by nny other person on their be
half to recover the lauds or Inter
ests conveyed ly said complainants
to said defendant Kealiua ; or that
said defendant Kcalina has over re
fused or been unwilling to do so.
Wherefore, and for clivers other
errors and imperfections, this de
fendant demands the judgment of
this Court whether ho bhall bo com
pelled to make any further or other
nnswer to snid bill or nny of the
matters and things therein contained
aud pi ays to be hence dismissed
with his reasonable costs In this be
half sustained. Kealina,
II v W. C. Achl, his attorney.
May 11, 1887.
TiiunsDAY, May 19th.
A young native and a young
Chinaman were charged with affruy.
The Inttcr was discharged and the
former lined C2 aud SI costs.
An elderly native was lined $15
for assault and batter on another
Robert Baird, nn alleged insane
person was brought up for trial. He
was arrested on a warrant sworn out
by Mr. Dole. Ho was remnnded to
awatt the attendance of tho Britisli
Commissioner, the accused being a
NO J)NE IS TAXED.
The EI Dorado of taxpayer is the
large village of Laugcuselbold, in
the district of Hanati. It has a
population of about 3,000 souls aud
a communal property of upward of
$3,000,000, tho annual income of
which is about $100,000, nearly one
third of which revenue is derived
from tho rent of meadow land. The
communal forests requite tho ser
vices of four foresters. The vil
lages arc not only fortunate enough
to be entiicly free from communal
taxes, but they actually receive each
year two cords of firewood nnd 20
marks of money. The gooscherd
would scarcely swap places with
many a villitgo "dominie," for ills
Income is fully 1,000 marks. The
streets of the village are lighted free
of cost, and when one of the vil
lagers closes his earthly career he
or she is taken to the last resting
placo "frco gratis for nothing." In
order, however, to cheek immigra
tion into this new Canaan, the wiso
fathers of the commune hare ilxcd
the cost of ncquiring the citizenship
of the place at 500 marks. N. Y.
SOCIAL INFLUENCE OK THE NEW YORK
VANDERU1LTS, 1'OTTEUS AND
I accidentally encountered $200,
000,000 in a small jewelry store on
Fifth avenue a few days ago. It was
moro than $200,000,000, now that I
think of it, for there were three men
in tbo group; tbo oldest was Cor
nelius Vandcrhilt, who was pale,
clerical and solemn looking, with n
pleasant expression of tho eye, and a
tendency to lean against jiosts and
show cases. Beside him stood his
hi other, William K. Vanderbilt, in
tho most irreproachable of English
clothes, with his mutton-chop whis
kers brushed back from a weak, but
good-natured face. Between tho two
men chatting amiably with them
was Dr. Seaward Webb, their brother-in-law.
Dr. Webb is the most popu
lar of the men who have married
into this family. The three men
represented a vast amount of money,
nnd thoy all entered tho shop to
gether to spend exactly twenty-five
cents for a new ciystal for Cornelius'
What struck mo at tho timo ns
being most notable was tho influence
which a great New York family, like
the tho Vanderbilts, possess. Take
Dr. Seaward Webb, for instance ; ho
was a surgeon in St. Luke's Hospital
when old Mrs. Vanderbilt took her
daughter thero ono day on n visit of
ohaiity to tbo sick. The daughter
fell in lovo with tho young surgeon,
married him, aud, on tho death of
William H Dr. Webb inhorited 1(),-
000,000 and an interest in tho main
portion of tho estate. Ho became
president of ono of tho largest down
town stook firms, was inado director
in the wealthiest trust company in
the country, and became identified
at once with the Lincoln Bank and
other gieat institutions. Now bo
wanders about, tbo friend of million
aires, the most wclcoino of visitors to
tho boxes in tho Opera House, and a
plciis-niit aud agiceablo man about
town. Ho is thick-sot, heavy faced
aud not at all distinguished in ap
pearance, but ovidently a very good
Another of tho great families in
N.ewYoik is just now being talked
about through the death of its head,
Bishop Potter. Tho Potter family
must feel rather lonely now that it
has only one Bishop left in its ranks.
Its first Bishop was Alonn Potter,
of Pennsylvania. Ho was tho father
of tho Into Clurkson Potter, Howard
Potter, tho banker, and Eliplmlot
Potter, tho piesident of Hohart Col
lege. Howard Potter is tho father
of James Drown Potter, whoso wifo is
btudying for tho stage.
Tho second Bishop was Bishop
Horatio Potter, of tho dioccso of Now
York, who died lecently at tho ad
vanced ago of oighty-fivo years. Ho
leaves two daughters und ono son,
who is a piofcssor in a Southern
university. A third Dibhop is Henry
Codman Potter, also a ton of Bishop
Alouzo Potter, and lately tho assist
ant Bishop of the dioccso of New
York. Tho chances aio that Presi
dent Potter will bo Bishop before bo
dies. IIo is tho handsomest member
of tho family, has a distinguished
prcsoucu and is an oloquont speaker.
ilo was mado president of Union Col.-
l.'tfti wTifrt filly (lllrly.ono ) our of
agi, and tbo dlluaulllc-H got into there
were probably duo to his youth and
inexperience. He is doing better us
president of Ilobart College.
Perhaps the third in importance in
tho great Now York families, outside
of the pure commeicial aspect, is tho
Field family. Indeed it luny be said
that tho Fields permcato tho intel
lectual nnd vonturesomo fields of
American life. Thoy liavo every
where pushed themselves to tho head
in great cnterprUcs, in tho law and
in education. Every body knows
who David Dudley, Cyrus W., Mr.
Justice Field and President Field, of
Williams College, are, but besides
four brother:!, the sons, nephews and
cousins innumerable are quartered in
Now York and, of couife, successful,
for the iullueuco of tho Field family
is enough to build up a man in nny
walk of life here. For instance,
Cyrus W. Field, Jr., went into one of
tho most successful brokerage houses
in tlio city backed by no other capi
tal than his name.
These are three of New York's
great families, and no matter how
poor and distant a relation of any
one ot thorn may be, bo is stiro of
success if backed by tho influence of
his kinsmen here. So there is some
thing in family after all. Amos J.
Cummings and Blokely Hall, in
THE SUCAR PRODUCTION OF THE
The Washington Department of
Agriculture says, rcgauling tho sugar
production of tho world during 1880:
"Tho production of cano sugar has
been carried on in the West Indies,
Brazil, East Indies, and other coun
tries, largely by olnvo labor, with
clumsy machinery nnd wasteful pro
cesses. It has not been tho result of
very advnnced mechanisms or science,
though there has been progress and
improvement. It is claimed that little
moro than half tho sugar is extracted
in the Louisiana manufacture. There
is room for vast improvement, oven
in this country, and should cheapen
tbo cost of tho product and givo
adequate profit to tho business.
"Of the commercially reported
sugar of the world half is now made
in Euiope, wheie, at tho beginning of
tho century, its experimental cost
was, perhaps, not less than a dollar
per pound, and scarcely known ex
cept in tho laboratories of chemists.
By indomitable perseverance, with
tho aid of bounties by tho Govern
ments, tho sugar of beets has nearly
driven to tho wall the cane product
by low-priced and comparatively un
productive labor, reducing to an un
precedented liguro tbo price, nnd
revolutionizing commerco in sugar.
"Our consumption of sugar is
enormous nnd rapidly increasing,
amounting to about one-fourth of all
the sugar reported from tbo countries
of principal production, according to
tho tablo of M. Licbt, tho European
au'hority on this subject. Our con
sumption in 1885 is reported nt
1,215,571 tons, mostly cane sugar,
but 90,125 tons of it was beet sugar
from Europe. It is a serious reflec
tion on American enterprise that this
industry should remain in a languish
ing condition, unable to compete with
foreign efl'ort in this line, at tbo very
moment when Europe is loud in out
cry against the disastrous effect of
American competition in tbo pro
ducts of agriculture. Within twenty
fivo years moro than 2,000,000 tons
will bo required almost sufficient to
swallow up tho present production of
beet sugar or tho wholo of tho present
cano sugar of commerce. At a time
when labor is in excecss of tho de
maud, and corn and cotton and wheat
and other stnples of a primitive agri
culture exceeds tho wants of domes
tic nnd foreign markets, wo scour tho
world for food pioducts, costing moro
than .1!200,000,000 per annum, the
larger portion of which should be
producod in tbo United States. This
primitive and unenterprising situa
tion must bo surmounted by n moro
skillful, scientific and inventive agri
culture." DON'T FOOL WITH YOURSELF.
The functions of tho body are to
take nutrition and tluow off a cor
responding amount of waste or im
pure material. Tho nervous system
controls all this. When the strength
of the nerves Is lessened in tho
Spring, by losing tho bracing air of
the Winter, or by excesses, over
stimulation or overwork, the Spring
stimulative drug is usually set to
work to irritate, or drive tho weak
ened nerves to complete this func
tion, or as is popularly known,
purify tho blood. Everybody knows
this process is always attended by a
reaction, leaving them weaker than
boforo, as is exemplified by physic in
constipation. The Moxie Nerve
Food obivatcs this, and the nerves
nro strengthened by a harmless
nutrition instead, and you are made
vigorous and strong permanently,
without danger or reaction or harm.
This is tho whole matter In a nut
Fiftieth Annivorsary ol tho Accetolon ol Hir
Majesty Queen Victoria.
TT Is monoscd to
JL occasion by the commencement of a
I und to bo culled
"Tho Victoria Fnnd,
to be Invested for the use of the British
Benevolent Society In nfionliiig relief
to Britisli residents who may be in (lib
trts'. It Is uho pioposcd to colebrntu the
day by an
Donations for either or both of tho
nbove purposes may be mode at tho
British Vico.Oonwilntc, or to Messrs,
Blhhop & Co., Bankers, or Messrs.
Hpuoieh ifc Co., l'ankerc, who hnve
kindly ennsentec to receive payments,
or to members of tho Committee, 115 lw
" Bulletin " Summary
No. 13. May 'J.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now Issued and will bo found to
be an Interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 40 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu nnd
island news. There is no bcttc: 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. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant slreet,
nnd Bulletin Office.
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
"Klklk" Book, Job and Newbi'Aficr
Okkice, corner of Queen nnd II Streets,
opposite nlllco of the Bo ml of Health,
have, In connection with their already
Extensive Prlnllig lvuauliriliuiciit, just
received pir S. 8. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Itoy, of S3 m Francis,
co, direct fitiin tho iii'inuf.ictory. Now
York Cily, A GUBDO.V JOB I'BINT.
INO FIIL'33, onooftlioliucstandbcst
in tho world, ntid of tho largest ti70
made. There. Is nothing in tliisconntri
to compare with it. To examine this
flue pleco of worktnausblp is wortli a
visit to tho "Elkle'' Office. It excels
in doing tho finest kind of woik in the
shortest posblble time.
Merchants ami others requiring Print,
ing of any kinb done nt short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo tho "Elkle" ofllco a call. Tele
phone No. M-t. lm 33
TN ADDITION TO OUR LARGE
X Mock of Hay and Uruln, we hate
just received per stmr Auslrallu. Feed
Corn Meal, (1 round Oat;, and Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 23 lw
leagcu a first-
II cIiim Ullder und Mo
we aro now itiuy prepirco to manuinc
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor unit Picture
Frames made over us good ns new, nnd
at prices within the reach of nil. The
public ate Invited to cull nnd Inspect
tome of this work. Kemcmhcr, nny
tiling that needs renewing in Gold, Old
tSold, Brone. Copper or Metal we enn
do. UINOnUOS., Aiit STonK. 17
1 f A LBS. Frch Home-Mode Chew.
J-Uv n g Stlok, or so-called Btr
tiers' Polo, und fnah, delicious Vanilla
ami Chocolate Crcnms which I guaran
tee to lie far superior and sold cheaper
tlmn nny Imported, nt F. HORN'S Pion
eer Stettin Candy Factory und Bakery
and Ice Cream Parlor. 85tf
Dr. Flint's Heaiit Hemedy is a
Specific for till forms of Heart DiR
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and C c llti'on. Desciiptivo book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co., Acents. 354
S PERRY'S No. 1 Familv Flour Is
oilered for sale br GONSALVES &
CO.. Queen Street.
GENTLEMEN WHOSE NAMES
uppenr amongst the list compris
ing tho Committee on Arrangements
for the Celebration of tho Queen's Jubi
lee, aro rtqucrt.'d to confer with Major
J. II. WoJchouse, at tho British Vico
Consulate, at their earliest convenience.
THK undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Arsignce of tho
eslnte ot John At. Kapcnu, bankrupt,
hereby notifies all panics Indebted to
said ostate to nuike Immediate imjment,
aud those having clnlina against fahl
estate to present them without delay at
his cilice No. i)8 Merchant Rtreet. Hono
lulu. CIIAS. T. OUI.1CK,
Honolulu, May 12. 1S87. !I5
NOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Scholtz. of Widluku, Maul,
has sold all right, title and interest in
tho bliiektmltli shop, (-hunted on tho
riihtksiiloof Knbului rond, in the said
diatiict of Walluku, to tho undcrslgued,
who'wlll enrry on the business in future.
I have tilso appointed .Mr. Chun. B.
Cockctt, ns lnnnnger of tho said shop,
'Ihu public nro invited to given call,
ami nil blacksinlthlng work will bu ex
ecuted with despatch.
:i7 im .iuiin w. ivai.ua.
A FULL COURSE of Titsuo Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given in Crayon Portrnits; and alto the
Lk'htnln),' Method of Flower nnd Land,
ecape Palatini:. Flower Painting, 85 j
Landscape, $10, for full counC!i,
Ciders taken for Crayon Portraits and
D8T K0 KINO STREET, opposite
Kiiwninhto Church. ill lm
The Daily Bulletin
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I Hknuy Williams, t Hawaiian Hotel
Just received per Btmr AuMritlin, n flno nssortment of
Special attention is called to our
33oy' Sailor Ac Jersey uit.
40 dozen Bos.Lluen Knee Pant?, nt a very low figure, in lizes up to 12 year.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine lino of Ladles' Jersey?, L'.cei ntid Embroideries a great variety
Jut iccciLd pricei ery ljw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tho lnrgent Stock oi nny limine !
Rcoslvcd direct from lhslcrn Minuf.ic'.urcrs.
A complete nssortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality und pi Ices to suit tho times.
tSPItl.ind orders receive, cnioful nnd prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1031 (Oppoillo W. G. Irwin & Co's.)
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oaf, belnj; cooked by Steam, and
only requiring a short lime to preparo them for the tabic.
tSTTlio most nutritious fco.l known. "tSa
Also, Gci'inoa, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prunes, Nuts, Itnisins,
New Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &c.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
Cli& Hustaco, - - ISIiug- Street.
The Undersigned, !'. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Oandy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the publio that from this day on ho 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 dat'ng
back as fur as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state oceasons, ns nlso for Holect par
tics given by their Into Majesties Kameharaelm IV, Knincliamcliii V, and
Luniililo, nnd having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced" in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of btminess.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook nnd Orunmriitt-i' In llonolnlu.
Factory, Storo and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Strcot,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 Um) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUDBORGS,
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, - '
EASTMAN 'S ALOIIA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Salo at DReaonallo JPrioew.
1502 WHOLESALE AND RETAILS
of Gent's Shoes
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