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FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1887.
Stmr W'G Hall from na wall nntl Jfatil
Stun Jas iMnkcc f rum Kauai
Stmr Walulealo fioni Kauai
Schr Mol nlilno from Haw nil
Bk Unas 11 Kinney (torn Newcastle, x
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolatt
VESSELS LEAVING 10-M0KR0W.
Stmr Surprise for Kuan
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr turprloo 1.374 bags of sugar
Stmr Makec 2,187 lug of sugar, and
Stmr Walalcalc 3.W2 bags of sugar,
31 bagK of rice, ami 1 liorsu
SHIPPING MUTES. ,
Stmr JasMakco will sail on Monday
at 4 o'clock for Kauai.
Ilk Ovl'on, Calhoun
Ilk Oleiigaber, ltolleton
Ilk Sonoma, Grlfllths
3Jk Hercules, Hless
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
ltktne 8 X Castle, Hubbaid
VESSELS EXPECTED. .
Am balk Tlmour. Brewer, sailed
from Boston Pec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo Slay 1-20
lint bk Scottish LnsMe, W Slnscr,
called from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattlo S Bangs, Ten-ill,
from Hongkong, due April 10-:i0
Am bktne John Worster, from Xana
Imo, B C, due May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Rain, rain, rain, all night and all
day, and still it rains.
A I'AKTY waH given atMarsficld last
evening by dipt. Htiyley.
A HitRPiiiHK party was given to
master llubion last niglit.
Company B of tlio Honolulu Hides
will meet at the Armory to-night, by
Mi:s8RR. Egan & Co. make an im
portant change on their advertise
ment this day.
Ssockhoi.m tar in 10 gallons drums
is advertised for sale by Messrs.
Ilackfeld & Co.
Fivk race horses belonging to Col.
Spaulding camo to Honolulu by the
Hteamer Makeo this morning, from
Little rain, good weather and tho
mills all running aro reported by tho
steamer Surprise, which arrived yes
terday evening from Hawaii.
Mn. Lewis J. Lovoy will hold an
Assignee's salo of leases and saddlo
horses at noon to-morrow, at his
MitH. Williams' lecturo on
French Revolution" will tako
at Harmony Hall. Kinc street at 7 :45
A iioat race, between two six-oared
crows of the 11. Y. & B. Club, will
take place on Tucnlay next, Queen
Tiik Young People's meeting, to
liavo taken place this evening at the
Lyceum, has been postponed on ac
count of tho weather.
There will bo a meeting of Ha
waiian Lodgo, No. 21, F. &. A. M.,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, for work
in tho third degree.
There was no meeting of tho first
division of the Liliuokalani Educa
tional Society yesterday afternoon,
owing to lack of quorum.
A regularly quarterly meeting of
tho Union Feed Company will bo
held at the ofllco of O. W. Macfarlane
& Co., at 2 o'clock p. si. to-day.
The steamer W. G. Hall from Ha
waii and Maui, was reported 15 miles
oil' at 2 o'clock this afternoon. She
will reach her berth at about 3 :I50
Messrs. King Bros, liavo on exhi
bition, at their store, Hotel street, a
picture of Queou Kapiolani, framed
with mouldings manufactured by
Heavy rains began to fall at Kca
lia, Kauai, yesterday, at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon ; tho sea in tho channel
last night was very smooth, and light
H. E. breeze was blowing.
A regular cosh Bale will bo held
by Messrs. E. P. Adams it Co. to
morrow, commencing at 10 o'clock.
At noon a lot of Champagne, Cali
fornia Wine, Brandy, Beer and Gin
will bo offered.
At tho Yopomito rink, Saturday
niglit, thero will be music, and a one
milo skating race between Lui An
tono, tho half-white champion, and
master Alfred Wall.
The plans of tho now Astor Houso
liavo not been drawn, but it has been
asceitained that tho building will bo
of brick, two-story high, with four
btores on tho giound lloor, ami 20
looms in tho second stiy.
Doctor Good morning I How arc
you to-day? Patient Better, doc
tor; much better. Doctor That's
good news. I was detained much
longer than I expected, and was
afraid you would ho uneasy. Pa
tient O, no! I bcliove in tho old
adage: "A patient waiter is no
loser." Boston Budget.
CLUE niDDOH LEAGUE.
At the Blue Ribbon League fruo
entertainment to-morrow evening, at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, the following
will ho presented:
Piano Solo, Miss Atherlon
Reading Mrs. Crtizan
Song, Mrs. Ilanforrl
Reoiatlon, Rev. II. II. Gour-n
tioniz, M. Levi Lyman
Address How W. J. Merritt.
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
Yesterday afternoon the general
committee of Biititli resident, to
make airangenients for the celebra
tion of the jubilee anniversaiy of
Queen Victoria's accession, met un
der the chairmanship of Major J. H.
Wodehouse, II. B. M. Commissioner.
Their consultation was very Mitis
faetoiy, nntl resulted in tho unani
mous choice of sub-committees as
Finance Committee J. A. Ken
nedy, F. M. Swanzy, E. B. Thomas
and C. A. Livingstone.
Conveyance Committee A. B.
Hayley, II. It. Macfarlane, L. J.
Levey and J. A. Power..
Sports Committee J. II. Wode
honce, Jr., F. M. Swanzy, C. Cioier,
A. T. Atkinson, Kobt. Cation and E.
Refreshment Committee J. T.
Waterhousc, Jr., H. V. Mist, Rev. A.
Mackintosh, H. R. Maefailano, Win.
Roe and W. G. Irwin.
It was rumored this morning that
the Honolulu Rilles were disbanded
by order of the King last night.
When tho above rumor was c-ontia-dictctl
a report was eiiculatcd that
the Rilles are to be disbanded and
that tho guards at tho palace have
been doubled. Gattling-guns, rumor
further says, will be stationed at the
Palace gates to sweep the streets in
case of trouble. Bombs, rumor
continues, have been brought into
the country and will knock gattling
guns into gi id-irons. Several spot
ters arc rumored to liavo been en
gaged, to ascertain tho starters of
the reports, and to watch the move
ments of the enemy. Rumor talks
of exciting times to come, when
everybody will shut up shop anil
join in a general jubilee.
FIRE AND WATER MATERIALS.
Fivo thousand feet of tho Good
licii rubber fire hose fiom the Akron
woiks, Ohio, came by the last
steamer, 'for the Honolulu Fire De
partment. A quantity of fire engine
mateiial also came, and two of l,ut
ney's patent combination controlling
noz.lcs and relief valves. These
nozzles can throw a straight stream
and side streams at tiie same time, a
side or stiaight sti earns separately.
It can be shut off without burst
ing the hose or stopping tho engine,
because connected with tho engine
is on of the relief valves which pre
vents any increased prcssuro when
the nozzle is shut off. With theso
nozzles a hose can be carried up to
a second floor, or to any point, with
out damaging everything with
water. The two received aro sam
ples for experiments.
Y. M. C. A.
TiiEirgular monthly meeting of
of tho Y. M. C. A. was held last oven
i 'g. Thero was an attendance of
Mr. Henry Waterhouso presented
a report on the work of tho Hawaiian
branch of tho Y. M. O. A. So far it
had proved very successful. The
Bluo Ribbon League meets every
Friday evening. Twenty one pledges
were signed at the last meeting.
Mr. P. C. Jones in ado a favorable
report on Bluo Ribbon League meet
ings. Ho icferred to tho lectures to
bo given by Mr. Sidnoy Dickinson,
and asked tho members to do all
they could to make them a success,
as part of tho proceeds would Lo
given towards tho Y. M. C. A.
Tho Treasurer made his report,
which showed a balance on hand of
General Secretary Fuller reported
on tho atlendanco at the rooms, show
ing it to liavo been larger than during
many previous months. Tho average
attendance at tho Sunday Biblo cIobs
had been ten.
Fio now members wero elected,
and a collection was taken up, which
amounted to $0.85.
Friday, May 20th.
One native drunk only. Fined So
J. Silva forfeited bail of 815 on
a chaigo of assault and battciy.
Three Chinamen charged with
affray were remanded until Monday
Tlireo Chinamen convicted of
gaming were lined 85 each and SI
costs, and sentenced to six hours
IT HAVEI) THE LIVES
OF RAILWAY MEN
HURT. OK A NU.MI1ER
"Those aro very peculiar circum
stances," said a fouith member of tho
symposium. "Did you read that
story in tho'Contury'war notch about
tho man whom presentiment told to
jump just at tho moment when a
shell whizctl under hib feet. Well,
I witnessed something almost exactly
on tho samo plan, Tho diicolorsof
a lailroud had left a certain city to
eoino to Pittsburg, traveling on a
special car. Soon after their depart
uio they discovered that they had
loft their vice-president, eo thoy had
to go back after him. Well, thoy
made a second start, and soon wero
making rapid headway toward tho
city. On board weie, among tho lest,
tho fiupeiiutciideutu of tho eastern
" ' ''i I "l" " " t!K ft!1 JflWMglMl.i!lt ill' '
and wettein divhions of tho mad,
re&peethely, 'lho tialu was on the
eastern division at the time, to that
tho Miperiiilciident of that portion
of tho toad did not like it when his
western colleague came to him and
asked whether ho had his schedule
'I have,' ho replied tersely. 'Aro you
sure?' asked tho other. 'Certainly,
I'm uro, fir, or I would not say so.'
"Tho other frupcrintcntlcnt left
him, but came buck in a few mo
ments and mid: 'Eveiibo me, sir, but
tell me, aro you coituin you liavo
your cchedulu all right?' 'Do you
mean to inuult me, sir?' replied the
other. 'Don't you think 1 know my
business? Of couiso I liavo my
schedule.' Tho man fiom tho west
retieated again, and tho eastern
supeiiutendeut turned to thu picsi
dent and exclaimed : 'I guess Mr.
has had a little too much. Ho acts
like a drunk.' What was his siu
piise, when he looked up, to see the
westerner once more stautt before him
with an agouicd expression on his
face, and to hear him exclaim : 'For
God's sake, sir, tell mol Aro you
absolutely suro of your schedule?' 'I
answered you twice,' leplied the
other. 'Well, 1 don't believe it,' ctietl
tho anxious one, in a tone of deter
mination, ami, at the Fame instant,
he grasped the bclhope, and, in a
quick, jerky manner, gave (lie signal
to stop. Thu air bi.iko acted so
suddenly that eveiyhody was thrown
forward. Tho engineer seemed to
feel toniething was wrong, for ho re
versed his lever, opened the throttle
wido and jumped, together with tho
fireman. And not a moment too
soon ; for before thoy got fairly out
of tho way a freight train camo dash
ing around tho curve and knocked
that locomotivo and tender into
tinithereens. No one was hurt ex
cept the superintendent of tho east
ern division. His feelings were
wounded. Tho westerner never knew
what made him do what ho did."
TIIE SUN'S HEAT.
A 11RITISH SCIU.N11ST WHO THINKS IT
WILL LAST TEN MILLION
A brilliant audience filled the
thcatie of tho Royal Institution while
Pi of. Sir William Thomson expound
ed the latest dynamical theories re
garding the "piobuble origin, total
amount and possible duration of the
sun's heat." During tho shoi t 3,000
years or nioro of which man possesses
historic rtcoids tlicio was, tho learned
physicist showed, no traeo of varia
tion in solar energy ; and thero was
no distinct evidence of it even, though
tho earth as a whole, from being
neater the sun, received in January
(H percent more heat than in July.
"But in tho millions of years which
geology ciuried us back it might
safely bo said there must have been
gieat changes. How bad tho solar
ihes been maintained during those
ages? The scientific answer to this
question was tho thcoiy of Helmholtz
tiiat the sun was a vast globo gradu
ally cooling, but as it cooled shrink
ing, and that tho shrinkage which
was tho etl'ect of gravity upon its
mass kept up its temperature. Tho
total of -the sun's heat was equal to
that which would bo required to
keep up '10,000 millions of millions
of millions horse-power, or about
78,000 horse-power for every squaro
metre a little nioro than a square
yard and yet tho modern dynamical
theory of heat shows that the sun's
mass would require only to fall in or
contract thirty-five metres per annum
to keep up that tremendous energy.
At this rato the solar radius in 2,000
years' time would be about one
hundredth percent less than at pre
sent. A tinio would coma when the tem
perature would fall, and it was thus
inconceivable that tho sun would
continue to emit heat sufficient to
sustain existing life on tho globo for
nioro than 10,000,000 years. Apply
ing tho same principles retrospect
ively, they could not supposo that
tho sun had existed for more than 20,
000,000 years no matter what might
hao been its origin whether it came
into existence from tho clash of
worlds pre-existing or of diffused
nebulous matter. Thero was a great
clinging by geologists and biologists
to vastly longer periods, but tho
physicist, tieating it as a dynamic
question witli calculable elements,
could come to no other conclusion
materially different from what lie
Sir William Thomson declined to
discuss any chemical source of heat,
which, whatever its effect when
primeval elements fust camo into
contact, was absolutely insignificant
compared with tho effects of gravity
after globes like the sun and tho
earth had been formed. In all theso
speculations they were in the end
driven to tho ultimate elements of
matter to lho questfon when they
thought what became of all tho sun's
heat what is the luminiferous ether
that fills space, and to that most
wonderful fuim of force upon which
Faiaday spent eo much of the
thought of his later years gravity.
MR. CRUZAN'S WAR LECTURE.
The lecture delivered last evening
by Kev. J. A. Crtizan for tho benellt
of the W. C. T. U. was well attend
ed, considering thu horrible condi
tion to which the streets and side
walks hod been reduced by the re
cent rains. Mrs. Dr. Whitney pie
sided and iutioduccd thu lecturer,
who prefaced the more serious por
tion of his narrative- by a story of
the man who was said to bo worse
than in his dotago namely, In Ids
ancc-dotngc, and expressed his sur
prise that so large a company should
have come out to hour a man in his
nnccdolagc, The lecture, which
lasted nearly two hours, can scarcely
bo epitomized, as it was of itself a
highly condensed account of some
three years, crowded with Stirling
cvcule, l'crluips tho most interest-
Injr portion of the ritscouisc was that
describing the battle of Sliiloh, in
which the speaker took an active
part, the brigade to which he was
attached being posted at that portion
of the line which the rebels in eoiisc
quenco of tho warmth of their recep
tion denominated tho "hornets'
nest." It was this point which
General Albert Sydney Johnson re
congnlzed as the key to lho whole
position, and in attempting to carry
which, he lost his life. The lecturo
though dealing with odious matters
and many harrowing scenes, was
enlivened here and there by touches
of humor, resembling in this the
genuine expeiiencc of the soldier in
tho field, whose life of pciil and
constant hardship is Interspersed
with bits of fun and frolic. It is
conclusive evidence of the absorbing
intciest of Mr. Crtizau's narrative
that the audience should have re
mained in close attention for so long
a time, without signs of weariness
or impatience. The lecture was pre
ceded by a vocal solo by Mrs.
Hanford, with piano accompaniment
by herself, and violin obliyato by
WILBUR VOTED AYE.
Everybody in Dakota knows Wil
bur F. Steele, He was a member of
the Legislature from Steele count'.
There is an incident in Steele's leg
islative career that goes very far to
show his characteristic regard for
his wife. He has one fault, how
ever. He takca no stock in woman
suffrage except when he is obliged
to. On the occasion in question the
woman suffrage hill was before the
House. Major Pickley was champ
ioning the cause of the fair sex in
eloquent words when a call was
made for a vote, and the clerk pro
ceeded to call the roll. When
Steele's name was reached ho rose
with tho dignity of a Demosthenes
"Mr. Speaker, I am sorry that I
cannot support this bill, but
At that moment a well-dressed
lady- was seen to bend over the gal
lery rail. In a loud voice she ex
He glanced upward. It was
enough. He turned and said :
"Mr. Speaker, I vote aye."
The lady was Steele's wife. Min
The Big Hat Question.
You needn't talk of the big hats
The female head adm-iiing;
For girls wear smaller hats at night
Thau some men hi the morning.
Saturday Evcnlng.Miy 21st, 1837, at tho
Huwalian upuru House.
Great Minstrel Entertainment
Ghon by lho Honolulu Qunrlclto
Club for the Lcncfll of
Messrs. Shannon and McGregor'
When the following local talent have
kindly consented to appear:
Messrs. J. Tulnu. Knlama. J. ICuliln,
S. Hiram, Willakai. Maiplncpine,
G. Grade, and J. Appleby.
Sdo McGregor & Doylo in their
Greco and Roman ttatues.
KiwSorg) aud Clog and Jig Daucing,
Local Conundrums and Funny Sayings.
Don't fail to lie present.
Admission, $1, 7H cts., and 10 cts. Box
plau now open at A. SI. Hewctt's
Nlwj Agency. 10 2t
On Art and Travel.
By Prof. Siller Dickinson
31. A., of Itoston.
Under lho aucplces of tlio Y. M. C. A.,
in their Hall, on the Evenings of
May 23rd, 26th, 30th
NIicpo famous lecnires aro ilhmtrnlcd
by a powerful Sterei.pticon and have
I een delivered with kio it Mitceps in die
leading chits of tlio United Stales.
The views are rare, and many of tbem
are bcumiliilly rol red by tho best ar
tists of Paris nnd London,
Single Tlrkets, 0 7."i
Coiiihu Tickets 1! 00
For salo at the b mixtures, and of lho Y.
M. O. A. Eateitainiucni 00111011110.',
Fiftieth Annlyortary ol tho Accoscion of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria.
IT is proposed to commemorate this
occasion by the commencement of a
luud to bo called
"The Victoria Fiinrt,"
to be Invisled for lho un of the British
Beiieulcui Society in nllording rulkf
tn British residents who may he in dis
tress It Is alto piopcsed to celebrate tho
day by an
Donations for cither or both of the
above puipnhcs may he mudu at the
British Vice Consulate, or to Messrs.
Bihhnp & Co., Bunkers, or Messrs.
r-puc eh it Co., l'aukrri1, who have
klndl) Lonsenlei u recohe pnyincms,
or to members of the Committee. 1)5 iw
No. 13. Mat i.
40 Columns of Original Mailer.
Is now issued iimt will lie found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete icsiimc of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewett, Merchant street,
and Hiim.ktin' Ofllce.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
"Ki.kli:" Hook, Jou and NitwsrAr-Mi
Okpicr, comer of Quel n and II Streets,
opposite officii of lho Ho ml of Health,
have, In connection with their already
Extensive 1'iliitlig Kv.ablhlinicnl, just
received pr S. S. Australia, through
SIcsers. Palmer ifc Hey, of Shii Francis
eo, dlreci from the minuf ictory, New
York Clly, A GUltDOX JOB l'MNT.
INO PllESd, ouo of tlio finest and best
in thu world, aiid of tho largest tizo
made. There is nothing in tills conntri
to conipiro with it. To examine this
fluo plcco of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "IjLKLk"' Oniee. It excels
in doing the Illicit kind of woik in the
chortesl posilblo time.
Merchants and others requiring Print
ing of ANY kind done at short notice,
and at rca-onubla rates, will do well to
glvo lho "Ei.elb" ofllco a call. Tele
phono No. M4. Iin33
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
JL stock of 11 iy aud Uruln, we liavcv
jiiki ri'ui'iviii pur Kinir Ausirdiin. reca
Corn Slcnl, Giound Oats, nnd Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
'- i ii
HAVING recently engaged a first,
cldss Gilder and Moulding Maker,
w-i! aro now fufly prcpired to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames iniide over as good as new, iii-d
at prices within lho reach of all. The
public aic imitcil to cull ard insp'ct
tome of this work. Hemetnhe-, any
tiling that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Hrone. Copper or Mcial wo can
do. KING BHOs., Am- Stoiik. 17
- . - m m m
1 nfl LBS. Frc-li Home-Mode Chew.
lUu iig Sllrk, or so-called Dir
btrs Po'po, nnd f uh, doMclous Yanil'a
and Choonlnte Crccnis which I guaran
tee to be fur (superior and rob! cheapi r
than any Imported, at F HORN'S Plou
eer Steum Candy Factory andllikcry
nnd Ice Crcnm Parlor. 85tf
Dn. Flint's Hkakt Kemedy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour is
otleied for sale bj GONSALVES &
CO.. Qiii-i-n Street. 01
lENTLEMEN WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst tho list compris
ing the Committee on Arrangements
for the Celebration of tho Queen's Jubi
lee, aro rcquci ted to confer with Mnjor
J. H. Wodehousc, at tho British Vico
Consulate, at their earliest convenience-
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Atsigneo of the
estate of John M. Kii enu, taskrupt,
hertby notliles nil puriies indebted in
mid o-imo to m ike Immediate payment,
and tho-e having claims against tald
Citnte to present Ilium williont delay at
his iifUco No. 1)3 Merchant street. Hono
lulu. CI1AS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 31
OTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred SclmUz. of Wailuku. Maui.
lias sold nil right, title and Interost in
tho blacksmith shop. Mutated em the
richest lo of Kahulul roid, in the said
dlstiici of Wailuku, to tho iindcrslgne-d,
who w ill carry on tlio butlm ss in future.
I have ah appointed Mr. Clius B.
Cockett, as manat'f r of thu said hhop,
lliii public arc luvilul to glvo a call,
and all blacksinithlng work will be ex
ecuted with dospntch.
117 lm JOUN W. KAMJA.
A FULL COURSE of Tlfsuo Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given in Crayon Portraits; and al-o tlio
Lightning Method of Flower and Land,
ecape Palatini:. Flower Painting, 5;
Landscape, ij-10, for full courses
O ders taken for Crayon Portraits and
fl- IfO KING bTREET, oppoMto
Kiiwninh 10 Church. ill 1 in
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. Sorr-it, : :
A. M. HliWhTT, i
J. W. HiNoi.hr. :
Met chant Btrett,
i : Ho'el Street
II iwailau Hotel
Just received per sttnr Australia, a flno assortment of
Special attention is railed to our
Hoy's Sniloi Ac Joi'tsoy wiiiis.
40 dozen Bo' I.inon Ivnee Pants, nt a vcty low figure, in ilzcs up to 12 ycais.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A line lino of Ladles' Jcrscyp, L".cim and Embroideries a great viriety
Just ieceled price my Ijw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The InrccMt Stock ol any lioanc !
Bccslvcd direct from Eastern Mim.fic'.urcrs.
A complete msortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
. of n superior quality aud pi lcea to suit tha times.
CSTleland orders receive careful nnd prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1021 (Opposllo W. G. Irwin & Co'.)
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Miulc Clotliiug,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Oent s Shoes
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Honolulu, II. I.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flako Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oat1", bstne; cooked by Steam, and
only requiring a short time to prepare them for the table.
tarTho most nutritious food known.-a
Also, Goriucu, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, I'runcF, NuU, HalsinH,
New Zealand, California, and Island 1'otatoss, &c.
Also, 15 room Com, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
Olias, 3HCxista.ee, - - ICing,- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, hut also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
lu Honolulu, having catered on nil stuto occasions, an also for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kainehninehn IV, Kaiiiehameha V, aud
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment; haviugover foity years
practical experience in this line of business.
l'raotlrnl Confectioner, I'antry Cook anil Ornnmcuter In Elanolalu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Stroet,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StreetB, ' ? :
Both Tolephones No 74. ("5 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
COLGATE & CO.,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, HOY T' S COLOG NE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
ITor Salo at K-easonalle IiiceiB.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
well - known brands of