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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1887.
Stinr O R Bishop from Koolau
Ftmr Mokolll from Mojoknl
Slinr Klhuien Hon from MniniiKim
llgttio Clans Sprockets from Sun Finii-
Bktno Hattlo 8 Untigs from Hongkong
fcchr Maim from Ilonomu
Sclir W L Foster from Knual
Stinr Surprisu for Ktinu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Mokolll for Moloknl
Htntr .1 A Cummins for ICoolnu
Stinr Wniiiinntilo for Wnlauno & Wnlnltia
Stmr .Ins iMukco for Knual
Bclir Motwnlilnu for lliitmiktia
From Muni and Huwiill, per Htmr W
O Hall, May 20-11 C Villa, Huv S I,
Desha, Major von Vlcet, Mls K l'niN,
JUIsos King (2), W Y Horner. W 11
Stone, A. 1 Peterson. Giiim Cielzhtnu,
W H Ciunmlngs, 0 X fcpencer and u Ife,
las Campbell, wife and child. Captain
X 0 Haley, J W Kiialmokn, and (!"
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr llnll J,G1" bags of sugar, 12 bags
of aw a, fi bag- of coffee, 4 hoi h-,
G7 hides, and 7 pl-
Schr Mulvvahliio 2,000 bags of sugar
Stinr Mokolll 15 cattle, 0 cows, 'A')
sheep, and 10 hogs ,
Stmr lllshop 588 hags of sugar, 010
hags of lieu bran. "0 hngs chicken
feed, and 18 green hides
Tho bark O II Kinney brought 1, COO
tons of coal on tho ship's account.
Tho steamer Kluau for Windward
Poits, the Llkellkc for Kahiilul. and the
Kllnuea Hon for Uamakua, will sail on
VESSELS In port.
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun
Ilk Olengaber, Itollcston
ltk Sonoma, Oriflltbs
Ilk Hercules, llless
Ilktno Moinlng Stnr. Turner
ltktno S X Rustle, llubluul
Ilktno Makab, '
Bfltno Clans Sprockets, Diw
Bktue Hattlo b liang-.
Aia bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed
fiom Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Ceiates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Slnccr,
sailed from Llvciool Jau 10 duo May
Am bktno Hattlo S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktno John Worstcr, from Xana
Imo, B C, due May 20-:i0
At her sister's, In this city, May 10th,
Lucy, the wife of C. J. Hardee, aged 30.
A. C. Thoro uro three letters at
thjs oflice for you.
. - .
Stockholm tar in five gallon drums
is advertised for sale by A. W. Pierce
. .. i
A vakietv performance at tho
Opera IIouso is on tho programme
for this evening.
The rainfall last night was .43 inch,
and tho night previous .44 inch at the
icsidenco of Dr. McKibbin.
Mit. C. J. Fishers remnant sale will
commence on Monday next, and con
tinue for two weeks.
Ahundanck of lain on Molokai
and smooth water in Molokai chan-.
nel, is the report by tho Mokolii.
The first of tho Dickinson Illustrat
ed lectin es will bo given n't tho Y. M.
C. A. hall on Monday noxt.
A sale of (iicwood will take place
on Monday noxt at noon at the sales
room of Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.
A fuiinibkd cottage within 10
minutes walk of tho Post Oilico is
advertised by J. E. Biown & Co. to
Oun thanks are duo to Mr. Win
ston, passenger per brig Clans Sprock
et for iv copy of tho Morning Call of
Tub following yas posted 'IP ftt lno
Honolulu Hides Arnioiy last night :
'His Majesty personally denies tho
A clean docket at tho Police Court
this morning entitled His Honor to a
pair of white kids, but the ncccssaiy
donor wub not forthcoming.
Dn. E. C. Webb will bo af the
Government Dispanseiy every day,
for an indefinite period, fiom 0 to 11
o'clock a. m. to vaccinate fieo of
Linseed oil and machinery oil in
fl-gallou patent (hums, which when
emptied nro convertible into buckets,
is obtainable at Messrs. F. A. Schae
fer & Co.'s.
Cosfoot rock candy can bo had
i) any qunitjty at Mr. Horn's Candy
factory, and so can' any and every
description of candy, hoine-niade,
and of tho very best quality.
The prograinino for tho Ministrel
entoitainment at Iho Opera House
to-night is varied and attraetivo, and
if tho weather will admit of people'
getting there tliey may rely upon
being lowiirdcd lor their oxortion.
The insect lavages incident to
wood that remains under ground, for
a'jjy tjn'jo, pan 'lip' l)'cst (:diiitoraete
by tar, and ttio highest class of that
matoiial is manufactured at and ex
ported from Stockholm in Sweden. It
is from (hencu that Messrs. F, A.
Bohnufer & Co, lmvo lately bnportod
a largo quantity In suitable c6ntunirs
of 10 gallons each.
The steamer W. O. Hull, which
arrived yesterday afternoon, brought
tho first pick of pine apples for this
season from Kona, Hawaii. Tho
weather on the Hull's roulo was
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play at Emilia Square this afternoon,
commencing at 4:30 o'clock. The
following is the programme:
Overture Sylvana , Weber
Galop Huntei s Fnut
Gtivotte Sw cetheart Burald
Itemlnlscences of Weber,(new).Oodfiey
Waltz-Only Once Moie (new)..Osllcro
Lanccis Indiana (new') Audicii
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
At the Blue Ribbon Lc.iguc free
entertainment this evening, at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, the following
will be presented:
Piano .Solo, Miss Athcrton
Heading, Mrs. Cman
Song, Mrs. Hanford
Rcciation, Rev. II. H. Gowcu
.Song, M. Levi Lyman
Address,. . . .Rev. W. C. Merritt.
Y. M. C. A. LECTURE.
The lecture by Prof. L. L. Van
Slykc pioviously announced an neces
sarily postponed will be delivered in
tho V. M. (J. A. hall on next Fiiday
evening, May 27th. The subject will
bo "The Chemistry of Life nnd
Death." Tho lcctuie will bo illus
trated by experiments. Admission
will bo freo.
COLLISION AT SEA.
The schooner Xcttio Men ill and
the brigantino Clans Sprcckcls camo
in collision this foicnoon oil Diamond
Head. The Xeltio's taflriiil was con
siderably damaged but beyond that
nothing serious happened to either
BREACH OF PROMISE.
Flora Howaid St. Clair versus
Walter Munay (iihson is the title of
a breach of .pioniiso biiit filed this
morning in tho Clerk's Office of the
SupiciucCouitrcturnnblo at tho next
July Term of Court, in which the
damage claimed is the sum of $25,000.
Messrs. Smith, Thurston and Kinney
are plaintiffs attorneys. Chief Clerk
Foster will take the deposition of two
important witnesses in the caso on
Monday morning next on account of
their contemplated departure from
. CONE TO REST.
Mis. Lucy Hardee, wife of Mr. C.
J. Huidcc, proprietor of the Enter
prise Planing Mills, and sister to Mrs.
Crewe, doparted this life yesterday.
Mrs. Hardcu was in a weak and de
clining condition for two years piev
ious toherdemiso, bo that the event
was not unexpected. Tho young lady
was a native of these islands, and
was well educated and carefully
trained fiom childhood. Sho was
.highly respected by her friends and
kind demeanor, and her general spot
less life ami character. Her death
leaves a blank that will not only bo
severely felt by her relatives, but by
an oxtensivu cirelo of fiiends. The
deceased will be laid in her final
resting-place to-morrow afternoon,
the funeral procession starting fiom
Mr. Crowes' lesidence, corner of
Kiuau and Alapai streets, at 2 o'clock.
" LIVELY flMESr
Tho recent term of tho Supremo
Court was not altogether devoid of
inteicst. There was certainly a
diminution in tho number of divorce
cases, which may be considered as a
sign of improvement in the conjugal
arrangements of tho nativo popula
lation. Hitherto thcie has been too
much of the "Marry in haste, and
Itopent at leisuro" sort of thing prac
tised among our young Hawaiian boys
and girls, hence the numerous tlivoico
suits that formerly engaged tho at
tention of the Supremo Court on
Saturdays in ycais gono by. Xow,
there tun fewer divorces, and tuolcgiu
fraternity have an opportunity of oc
casionally airing themselves on mat
ters of more impoituncc. But it remains
for tho July Term to Ining forth tho
grandest "caustu celcbres" that lias
ever appeared befoie our Judiciary.
It is not, a divorco case, nor an in
surance cii8o, a libel ease, nor even a
case of contemptof Court, (tho latter
being a possibility, by ttio way) but
nothing less than a breach of pro
mise of marriage on high life. To
enlighten tho woild on minor details
connected with this caso, liefoio ei
denco has boon given would bo com
mitting a breach of custom. With
out going this far, however, it is as
well to enlighten tho uninitiated that
tho plaintiff in this cumi named is F.
Howard St, Clair,aud tho defendant no
less a personage than Walter Mm ray
Gibson, Minister of Foieign Afiairn.
This declination was filed this morn
ing and will tie scived some linio
dining tho day. The damages are
laid at $25,000. Wo shall see what
we shall see.
Pelo appears to bo still angry with
us. SJie treats us to a shako now
and again, On the morning of 10th
at 7 :10 wo had rather a sovcio shock,
and a somewhat slighter one on tho
Kith, at 2:110 a. m,, and again on the
17th, at 3:10 a. m., a slight shock.
Wo have noticed no smoke ascending
from Manna Loa for quito a while,
and consequently think these shakes
emanate fiom Kilauea, whore tho
ciater is becoming veiy active, Din
ing the past two weeks fire has been
seen in that .direction from this
place, on three occasions,
T)o Pottu'gueso Cplo'iiy loio 1ms
been making Blent preparations for
the piiBt fow weeks' for holding a
thanksgiving servico in tho Catholic
Church, for their preservation dining
tho recent earthquakes and lava
flow, wliWi emna off on Bundny lul,
"ilteV engaged (v unlive band from
Wnfohimi and inarched in proces
sion, witli flags Hying, up to the
church, which was quickly filled,
tlicro being many visitors, botli
nativo and Portuguese, from tho
neighboring plantations. A collec
tion was made which amounted to
$160. It was quite an unusual sight
for this quiet little place, but every
thing passed off well and everybody
conccreiied appeared thoroughly
We have had no rain this month
so far; last mouth we rcgUtcicd G.50.
iinFonn rithSTON, J.
Fihuay, May 20th.
Makalei et al. vs. Hiineni, in equity.
Defendant't motion to vacate interlo
cutory decree tiled May 17th. Over
ruled, and accounts between tho
parlies leferred to tho Master. W.
O. Smith for tho plaintill', J. M. Poo
poo for the defendant.
V. Vciihy, assignee of tho estate of
J. H. Congdon, bankrupt, h. Allen
Heibert. Assumpsit for $529. Jury
waived. Continued fiom May fith.
Submitted without argument. Judg
ment leserved. C. W. Ashford for
plaintill, W. It. Castle for defendant.
Late Foreign News.
By the brignatino Clans Sprcekels
from San Francisco, wo have received
files to the 8th instant. The news to
hand is not of a sensational charac
ter. Wo summarize as follows:
The "Kreuz Zeitung" says mixed
feelings of disgust and pity are
aroused by the present state of
Franco, and the conviction is gradu
ally growing that tho efforts of those
who undertook by quietness and
coinmousense to tefrain from adding
to the popular passions will not last
long, or bo able to stein tho tide. The
exebango of verbal assurances of
peace between tho German repre
sentatives and M. Flourcns, tho
French Minister of Foreign Allaire,
docs not afi'ect tho belief in official
circles that war cannot bo long
a ei ted.
Tho police force in Alsace-Lorraine
has been strengthened, and deten
tions of French malcontents under
the system of in rest anil expulsions
aie increasing. Tho decree ibsucd
by Piince Holicnlohe, governor of
Alsace-Lorraine, does away with tho
functions of Mayor Humbert of
Buschhorn. Among the notable ex
pulsions aie those of Hcrrs Dcligny,
managing director of the Schiltiug
heiiu factory, Detrevcs, from Met,
and Civil Engineer Itcineil, from
The four days' debate on "Parnel
lism and crime," have ended as they
began, with a refusal of the House of
Commons to inquire into tho matter
at all. The result is not quito satis
factory to anybody, and if anybody
has lost it is tho government; if any
body has gained it is tho Parncllitcs.
They are now able to say that they
have offered to submit all the ques
tions raised by tho "Times" ton com
mitteo of the House of Commons and
tho House has refused. The reasons
for tho refusal arc plausiblo enough,
as stated by Goscheu, hut tho coun
try does not concern itself deeply
about reasons. Tho English wero
certainly disposed to believo that
there must be something in the
"Times' " charges, because the Irish
would not piosccuto tho "Times'"
libel. The Irish reasons were, pei
haps, plausible, but neither weio
they considered. Gladstone's pio
posal to select a committee did not
oiler the best tiibunal, peihaps, for
investigating the charges, but it was
an English tribunal.
"The Imperial instituto is almost
acknowledged to bo a hopeless fail
uic,"obsor;s the "Daily Xews." Tho
statement is too strong, but subscrip
tions are still slow. Tho courts
stepped between tho institute and
that thousand pounds which Sir
Edward Watkins, generous with other
people's money, induced the share
holders of tho Southeastern railway
to vote away as a gift to tho Prince
of Wales' pet ptoject.
The statue of James A. Garfield,
ono of our martyred Presidents,
which was designed by J. Q. A.
Ward and cast by the Henry Bon
nard Brono company of Xow York,
10 feet (! inches in height and
weighing 5,000 pounds, will bo un
veiled at Washington city on the
12lh instant. The granite pedestal
upon which the statue has been
placed is 18 feet in height. Con
gress apptopriated $20,000 for its
Kaumakai'ii.i Cnuitcii. llcv. .1.
Walamau, p:itor. Sunday school at
0:0 a. ii. Preaching at 10-ao a. m.
Yoiing'peoplo's meeting at 7 :U0 v. m.
Y. M. U. A. Young Mcn.'u -Bible
Class In the parlor at D:I5 a. ii., con
ducted by thu General Secretaiy. Gos
pel Praise Service at 0:30. iMi. Come and
bring u blend.
Foirr-sriiEET CiiuitOH. llev. .1. A.
Ciuau, pastor. Blhlu school a,t 9;l,"i
a. M., C. M. Cooke, supotiiitundeut.
Pastor Cnuim will preach In the morn
ing on "Your sin, and how to o ermine
It;" and hi thu evening on ,lTlie
Woild'.s Magnet." All are Invited.
Chinese Ciumcu. Fort street, near
coiner lleietaula. Mr, To Tcng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
OlIlO a. m. Chlne.su and English Sun
day School, 'J:ao l". m. Preaching 11
A. M. and 7:110 l m. Blhlu class In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, !::I0 v. M.
Bktiiiu. Union Conhkcuatiok.
Bev. E. O. Oggel, patit'or, Sunday
school aiid Bble' class to-inoriow at
UHfi o'clock. l,esson, Publlo woi ship
ut o'clock, with a minion by thu
llev. 13. C. Oggel, on "Sleeping under
tlitiSt'iinou. All are coidlally Invited.
No evening set vice.
Homan Catholic Cathkukai..
Itellglotia services on eveiy Sunday at
till Honinn OnUiollg CiUbixlrnUtHorio.
lulu, 9 and 7 A M., low tnaskcg with
Holy Communion; 10 a. m., high mass
with Bormo.i, either In Hawaiian, or In
Portuguese, or hi English, alternating
according to the three pi Inelpal different
nadoualttles of the chinch; 1! r. m.,
rosary and catechism; 4::i0 v. m., In
struction aud benediction of tho Blessed
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, 0:30
A. m. Morning praver with sermon at
t) :110 a.m. rieaclicr.tliellMiop of Hono
lulu. Chinese service at 1 :I10 r. m.
Evensong with seiinon hv the llev.
II. 11. Gowcu at 0 1. M. All seats
Second Congregation. llev. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor. Morning
Piayer. with senium, at 11:15 a. m.;
evening pi ayer, with set mon, at 7:!!0
l'. m. Sunday school meets at 10 A, M.
Seats fiee at all services.
AXI) WHITE SEITBlt
The Under will be sultalily
nil returning sainu to this
Great Attraction !
Sal in ilu v Evening, May 21st, 1837, at tho
Hawaiian Operu House.
Great Minstrel Entertainment
Given by the Honolulu Qunrtelto
Club for the benefit of
Messrs. Shannon and MoGrogor,
When the following local talent have
kindly consented to appear:
Mcsis. J. Jnlau, ICnlama. J. Kuhla,
S. Iliiam, Wllliikai. Mnlpinepiuc,
G. Gracie, and J. Appleby.
See McGregor ii Doyle ill their
Greco and Roman statues.
New Song I and Clog and Jig Dancing,
Local Conundrums and Funny Sayings.
Don't fail to be prcaeut.
Admission, $1, "i' cts., aud CO cts. Box
plan now open at A. M. Hevvctt's
Ntwj Agency. 10 2t
On Art and Travel.
By Prof. Sley Dickinson
1 M. A., of Boston.
Undor the aucplces of tho Y. M. C. A.,
in their Hall, on the Evenings of
May 23rd, 26th, 30th
At 7:30 p. in.
Nhco famous lectures are illustialcd
by a powerful Stereoptlcou and have
Leuu delivered withgroit success in die
leading cities of the United States.
The views are rare, nnd many of them
nre beautifully colored by the best ar
tists of Parks anjl London.
Singlo Tickets, 0 75
. Couiso Tickets, 2 00
For sale at tho bookstores, ami of Iho Y.
M. O. A. Entertainment Committee,
Fer 2 leeks Only!
Our Semi Annual
will take place
All our leinnantH will be
placed on tho counter, untl
marked way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
iiutrimnicd Imtn wo are
prepared to offer Biff Bar
gains. ItemnniitM in nil depart
ments. Come and sco what wo
oiler you next Monday.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
Fiftieth Annivorsary ol tho Accesolon ol Her
Majesty Quocn Victoria.
IT is proposed to commemorate this
occasion by the commencement of u
1 11 ml to be culled
"Tlgl Victoria Fund,'
to he Invested for tho mo of tho British
Benevolent Society in nllnrding relief
to British residents o may bu in dis
tress It is alto pinpcmeil to celebrate the
day by an
Donations for either or both of tho
above purposes may he Hindu at tho
British Vice Consulate, or to Messrs.
Bishop & Co,, Bankers, or Messrs.
SpnuUel & Co., Hankers, who havo
kindly consentec to receive payments,
or to members of the Committee. 33 lw
No. 13. May 9.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued nnd will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 40 columns of
rending matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu aud
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to scud to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per nnnum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. H. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewctt, Merchant street,
nnd U111.1.KTIS Oflice.
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tiik
"Ut.KtK" Book, Jon anu Nkwsi'AI'KK
OmcE, corner of Queen and II Streets,
opposite ofllco of iho Boitd of Health,
have, in eonmvthm vviili their already
Extensive Piloting Kstablishnicnt, just
rccclvul pir S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Hey, of San Francis
co, direct fiom the manufactory, New
York eily, A OOUDO.V .IOB t'MXr.
INQ l'KKSS, ono of the finest and best
in the world, utnl of tho largest tizo
made. There is nothing in thlsconntry
to compirc with It. To cxamlno this
lino pleeo of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "EmjmV' Oflice. ltoxccls
In doing the llucstkind of woik In tho
shortcut possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print.
Ing of any kind done nt short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
give the "Et.E.E" oflice a call. Tele
phone No. M4. lmllJ
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
JL stock of Hay and Grain, wo havu
just received per stmr Australia, Fcfd
Corn Meal, Ground Outs, and Alfalfa
Huy. Union Feed (jp. SB lw
HAVING recently engaged a first,
cluss Gilder and Moulding Maker,
we are now fufly prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made over as good as new, nnd
at prices within the reach of nil. Tho
public ate invited to call 11 ml Inspect
omo of this work. Bemember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING 11HOS., Aivr Stokk. 17
1 (( LBS. Frcli Home-Mode Chew.
lUv ing Sticks, or so-called Bir
licrs' Poles, nnd fresh, delicious VaniPa
and Choenlute Crcnms which I guaran
tee to he fur superior and sold cheaper
than any Imported, nt F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
mill Ice Cream Parlor. bOtf
Dn. Flint's Hkaht Kkmeuy is n
Specific for all. forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaou. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour is
offered for salo by GONSAIVES &
CO.. Queen Street. Ot
lENTLEMEX WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst the list compris
ing the Committee on Arrangements
for the Celebration of tho Queen's Fubi
lee, are requested to confer with Major
J. H. Wodchouse, at tho British Vico
Consulate, nt their earliest convenience
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed AcBignco of the
estate of John M. Kapuna, bankrupt,
hereby notillcx all parties indebted to
said estate to muko immediate tmjmcnt,
and thosu having claims against said
estate to present them without delay at
his filllce No. S3 Merchant street. Hono
lulu. CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1B87. ,'15
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Sehnlt?. of Wailuku, Maul,
has sold all right, title and interest in
the blacksmith shop, situated on the
right-side of Kahului roid, in tho said
dlstiict of Wailuku, to tho undersigned,
who will carry on the business in future.
I have nho appointed Mr. CIiuh. B.
Cockett, as manager of the said shop,
'Iho public are invited to give a call,
and all hlacksmllhlng work will bo ex.
cciitcd with despatch.
37 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tissue Paper
Flowers taught for $'-. Lessons
i;lvcn in Crayon 1'ortraitB; and also tho
.iKhtninf; Method of Flower and Land,
scapo Pnlntlnc. Flower Painting, 85;
Lndcurpc, $lO,.for full counts..
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
BST 1C0 KINO STltEET, opposlto
Kawainhao Church. !!t lm
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can be hiul from
J. II. ,Soi'i:n, : : Meiilunt Street,
A. M. lll-.WKTT, ! i " "
.1. "NV. lli.sai.r.v, : i i : Hotel Street
Henjiy Wiluaub, : Hawaiian Hotel
TEMPLE OF FASHIONS
.lust received per stmr Australia, a fine assortment of
Fpeclal attention W tailed to our
Boy's Sailor Ac Jerwey nit.
40 dozen Bo's Linen Knee Pants, at a very low llgure, in tUes up to 13 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine lino of Ladies' Jerseys, I.icei nnd Embroideries a grcit variety
just iccclved price) very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The InrgcMt Stock of nny lionnc !
Received direct from Eastern Mitiufic'.urcrs.
A complclo assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality nnd ptlces to suit the timc.
tSTlsland orders reccivo careful nnd prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1021 (Opposite W. G. Irwin & Co's.)
Gent's, Yontli's anil 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 Flak Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotoh Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oats, heinu; roolcedjby Steam, aud
' only requiring a short time to prepare them for the table.
CSTThe most nutritious food knovvn.-a
Also, Gerinoa, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prunes, Nuts, Italsins,
New Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, itc.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent Tor chicken feed, for sale by
Clms, Etustace, - - DEiii- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil stnto occasons, an also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kaincliamcha IV, Kamchamelia V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty yearn'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical :oufectlonpr, l'attry Cook anil Ornamciitcr In Honoluln.
Factory, Store and Ice Groam Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StreotB,
Both Telephones No 74- (!" :m) Honolulu, H. L
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Composing the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
RA.1UNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
Uoif Sale at, XfceiMoii.ll 3Prico.
1502 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
of Gent s Shoes
$ - , ..,.. '