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MONDAY, MAY 23. 1887.
Bktno Planter 12 days from San Fran-
Btmr Kltinu from llnwnll and Mnnl
Stmr I.lkuliko from Hawaii anil Maul
Stmr Mlknlniln fiom Kauai
Htmr 1 will a nl from llamakna " '
Stmr I.ehua from lltunakun
Sehr Kunkc.ioiill from Kohala
bchr Wullele from Kuau
Sehr Alana fiom llonumn
Ilk I'etorson fiom Snn Francisco
Sehr Wnlclm srom Wulanao
StmrMokolll for Mnloknl
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolan
Stmr Walmanalo for Wnlannc & Wnlalua
Stmr .las Mnkco for Kauai
Sehr Moiwahinu for llamakna
Stmr Wnhilcalo for Kanai at 4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kltinu for Illlo and way ports at 4
.Stmr W 0 Hall for Lnlnilnn, Maalaca,
Komi ami Kan at 10 a 111
Stmr I.lkcllkc for Kalmlnl and liana at
:Stiiir Lcliun for llamakna at ." p in
atmr Mikaliala for Kauai at "1 p in
Bktne 8 N Castlo for Snu Francisco at
0 a in
,Schr Walmaln for I.ntipalioolinu and
Sehr Wallclo for Kuau
Sclir Wiilelut for Waln'mi
Sehr Mana for Oiiomca and Honomu
From Hawaii and Maul, per btonincr
Klnau, May 22 lion A F Judd, wife
and 2 children, W I. Hose, wlfo and 2
children. 0 Furueaux, Capt Fchlbohr,
V V Afiliford, J Nawald, J VIerra, W A
Kinney, W Ebcllng, Mon V ill, Albert
Iteovci and daughter, W Bcvlowitz, J W
Lunlng, W II Uornwell, V Horner nnd
wife, Master 11 Homer, K Ilonnlng
Jioven; From tho Volcano: 8 Dicken
son and wife, J II Humphreys, II Hop
kins and C2 deck.
From San 1 runolsco, per barketlno
Planter, May 22 L M Toussalnt, Geo
I1120II and Clias K Lang.
Prom llamakna, Hawaii, per Htcamcr
Iwalanl, May 22-Mr Aritto and 11 deck
From Kahulul, Maul, per steamer
I.lkcllkc, May 22-0 Utiua, C Copp. W
H Halstoad, E A Bielcnlierg, Miss Tor
Jiert, Miss b'ehul.o, A II. Smith, F O
Corron, 2 prisoners and 00 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkahala,
Mav 22 C Koclllng, J I Ingram, Mrs
Junius Kaae, Mrs Hose, L II Stoltz, Mrs
S Kay. A Haniieberg, I. II I.ane, :i
Chinese and 2i deck.
From Newcastle, per bark C II Kin
ney, May 21 T Xewlnnd, Mr Lcnard,
wife and child.
From San Francisco, per bark Peter
son, May 23-0 Oorchgrcni'vlnk and
From San Francisco, per brlgantlne
Clans Spreckels, May 21 K C Winston
and T L Scolln.
From Hongkong, per barkentlno Hat
tie S Hangs, May 21 Geo Hanker and
22 Chinese. -
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Btmr Likcllke 2,083 bags sugar, 820
bags potatoes, 101 bags taro, 11 bales
wool and 25 pigs.
Stmr Mlkahala 3.458 bags sugar, 20
bags pla, 09 hides, 3 horses and 2
Stmr Iwalanl 5,314 bags sugar, 200
bags taro and 21 hides.
Stmr Klnau 5,000 bags sugar, 3 horses,
01 pkgs sundries, 30 bags ginger, BO
bugs spuds and 20 bags corn.
Steamer Iwalanl will sail on Wednes
day for Lahalna and IlaiuaUua.
The bark F S ShompnoH, Charles
Potter, master, arrived at Kahulul on
the 10th Instant, 13 days from San Fran
cisco, California. Cargo, coal and hay,
to II C & S Co. She will Mill for t-an
Francisco on Friday, May 27lh, with full
cargo of sugar.
Steamer fcurprlso is due hero to-morrow
from Kuau. She is expected to sail
again for tho same place on Wednesday.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun v
Bk Glengabcr, Itollcston
Bk Sonoma, GrllUths
Bk Hercules, Blens
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Hktne S X Castlo, Hubbard
Bgtno' Clans Spreckels, Drew
Bktne Hattle S bangs
Bk CB Kinney
Bktuo Planter, W It Pcrriman
Am bark Timour. Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Hi'it bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed, from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktne Ilattlo S Bancs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-30
Am bktne John Worker, from Xana-
Imo, B O, due May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xow
York March 20,-dno September 5-30
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
Ouk thanks are duo to Mr. J. II.
Sopcr for lato news favors.
Tub Y. M. C. A. book-keeping
class moots at 7 o'clock this ovening.
Thk Hon. A. F. Judd and wife re
turned from Ililo by tho Kinau yes
terday. The Honolulu Hides, both coin
panics, will nhscmblo at tho armory
A specialty in ieo cream will bo
served at the Elito Ieo Cream Parlors
Tin: finder of a lost cream colored
mare will bo suitably rewarded on re
turning same to this ofUce.
Mit. W. II. Cunlmins has now tho
munagemont of tho Taro Flour busi
ness of Wuiluku.
Twkntv-two Chinese passcngors,
including three women, arrived by
tho Hattio S. Bangs, Saturday, 48
days from Hongkong.
PitESTON J. presides at Chambers
Titn Hvcr and wliito setter pup has
been found. Tho result ol advertis
ing in tho Uuu.r.TiN.
Mh. Chan. J. Fishd'A romnant salo
began this morning, and will bo con
tinued throughout tho week.
, Hkii Majesty Queen Victoria will
lie (58 veins of ago to-morrow, having
been uorn on the 2-1 1 h May, 1810.
" Thcke's talent in the family that
1 belong to," is tho latest gag among
the niinstiel boys of the II. Y. & 13. U.
Tin: annual meeting of the British
Benevolent Society will bo held this
livening at the rooms of the British
! 1 1 --
A nkw liquor saloon yclept tho
"Dew Diop Inn" at tho corner of
King and Nuuanu street, 'will bo
opened this evening.
Sciioo.vr.K Mana will take a new
bridge for Hononiu plantation to
morrow, and the schooner 'Wnicliti
will tnke machinery to Waianae.
Tub first of the Dickinson Illus
trated Lectures will take place at tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall this evening, com
mencing at 7 :!10 o'clock.
Thk brigantine Clans Spreckels,
which anivpil Saturday . afternoon,
i:i days from San Francisco, brought
D.'IO hogs for lltirko it Winston.
Mil. N. S. Sachs will have some
thing in the advertising columns to
morrow; read carefully and you will
seo that wants in any depailmont
can bo gratified.
Tun testimony of .Mrs. lloyt nnd
Mrs. Chaniplain in tho St. Clair
Gibson breach of promise ease was
taken by Chief Clerk Foster this
So.MKTiii.vo which was supposed to
a battery of gatling guns was been to
enter the precincts of tho Palace
yard between tho hours of !) and 10
o'clock, last evening.
Two drays loaded with what ap
peared to be ammunition, Weie M'cn
going from the Government maga
zine towards the Palace- last evening,
probably for the salute to-monow.
Tin: Honolulu Minsliels aro work
ing up their respective parts to per
fection. Something grand, sti iking,
and original may be looked for on
the boards of tho Opera House next
Tun barkentine S. X. Castlo will
sail to-morrow morning for San
Francisco. Mrs. Hanks and child,
Mrs. L. O'Brien, Mrs. McLnne and
child, Mrs. lloyt and sister, and
probably others will leave by her.
Tiioumi to-morrow, the 08th birth
day anniversary of Queen Victoria,
will be looked upon as a sort of holi
day, it will bo a very busy day in
Honolulu, as most of tho island
steamers aro to sail to-morrow after
noon. At the meeting of tho Honolulu
Rilles, to be held this evening, ar
rangements will be made for tho bat
talion shooting contest, (to take placo
to-morrow if tho company agrees to
it), and for tho proposed parade On
Memorial Day, the 30th instant.
Among the passengers that came
by the Clans Spreckels, Saturday,
was a. genuine- hog-boy. A hog-boy
is something uniquo and moro inter
esting than five-legged calves and
cowboys with milky ways. Hog
hoys, ft is believed, will bo very com
mon in time, to will hog-girls.
A most unhappy-looking urchin
was "hauled in" to tho Station
House this morning, by a stalwart
policeman. Shortly after tho arrest
it was reported about town that a
Kiiimiloa deserter had been captured,
linl. mi (Minnirimr at tho Station
'House it was asdertaincd that tho un
happy boy had run away from St.
Louis Collcgo because thero's no fun
To-Monnow morning between 9
nnd 10 o'clock, tho Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club will lmvo their six
oared boat race, over tho regular
course, for a dinner at the Hotel to
bo paid for by tho defeated crew. A.
Branqh, Armstrong, W. Holt, Win.
Moore, A. Crazier, and T. Smith
composo 0110 crow, and II. Wode
houso, W. G. Morso, E. P. Low, C. J.
McCarthy, J. D. Holt and J. A.
Martin, the othor.
Amongst to-day's new advertise
ments will be found 11 very impor
tant notice over the signature of Ex
ecutive Inspector B radio. From in
formation received it would appear
that a contagions diseas'o known as
"Pioura pnouinonia" is prevalent
among cattle in tho United States of
America, and as a consequeneo, all
cattle arriving in ihis Kingdom from
nny part of tho United States will
lio'liiiblo to a quarantine of not less
than 1)0 days, and possibly for 11
This evening, the Royal Hawaiian
Hand will glvo 11 concert nt the Ha
waiian Hotel, at 7 :.10 o'clock. As
it is the eve of Queen Victoria's
birthday, llandmaster Berger lias
arranged llic following programme :
Polonaise Queen Victoria Kanpey
Overture Festival Haeh
Waltz My Queen Cooto
Selection MarUiina Wallace
Ka Lei and Waimapuim (new).
Xatlonal Fantasia Kanpey
Waltz .lublleo Cooto
Galop Queen VIetoila Farmer
God Save the Queen and Hawaii Pouol
THE BULLETIN SUMMARY.
The next issue of the Daily Bul
letin Summaky will bo ifcsued on
Monday next the '10th instant. It
will contain (10 columns of original
matter, comprising the best budget
of news for sending abroad. Orders
may bo left at J. II. Sopor's, A. M.
Hewett'e, or at the Bulletin office.
Pi ieo 10 cents per copy.
Banco decisions have been duly
filed in the following eases:
John S. MoGrow vs. Barnes and
McCandless. Verdict sustained and
Alau and Aniu vs. Everett, verdict
Union Feed Co. vs. Geo. II. Luce.
Judgment of lower Couit affirmed.
Kerr vs. Mayhew, Aseu Garnishee.
King vs. Leo C'hoy. Judgment
A. S. Wilcox vs. Kekaliuna. Judg
ment of lower Court affirmed.
THE DICKINSON ILLUSTRATED LEC
TURE. The course of illustrated lectures
on the great ait galleries of Europe,
which Professor Dickinson will begin
nt the hall of the Y. M. O. A., this
evening, May 2.'Ird, is attracting
much interest. The Eastern anil
San Francisco Press have been warm
in praise of these lectures. The
"Transcript," tho leading society
paper of Boston, says: "Mr. Dickin
son has certainly invented a new
form of entertainment fHr intelligent
people, and fully justified the pio
fession of critic." The Hartford
"Courant," in its correspondence by
"Teinplelon," the best known, per
haps, of any Xew- England paper
writer, says : These lectures cover a
ground that has never been so well
occupied in this way." Tho same
paper, commenting upon the courso
secured to that city by invitation
by Sir. Charles Dudley, Wenner,
Murk Twain, the President of Trinity
College, anil other piomiiicnt citi
zens, says editorially : "Xo more en
joyable couixi has ever been given
here." Tho Hartford "Post" says:
"Tho coloied scenes aro decidedly
superior to any ever shown in Hart
ford before." All the San Francisco
papers have indorsed these opinions,
the "Xews Letter" caying "that next
to a trip ig Europe itself, these lec
tures ullbrd the most vivid glimpse
of foreign art nnd countries that have
over been given from tho San Fran
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
In tho matter of tho bankrupt
estate of Jacob Lyons. Beforo Pres
ton J. Return day for hearing the
application of Hon. W. C. P-arko as-
signco for uppioval of his accounts'
and discharge. Tho assignco in per
son, Hon. L. A. Thurston for credi
tors. The assignee's accounts filed
May 10th shows assets for distribu
tion amounting to $1,70313 nt the
rate of 11 per cent, but further
claims having been presented since
the tiling of accounts reduces tho
amount for distribution. Counsel
for creditors nsked for postponement
of 1 rearing in order that creditors
claims not proved may bo verified
and tho accounts amended. Tho
Court granted continuance till Wed
In the King vs. Kalahelo (k). Be
foro Chief Justice Judd. This is the
return day of a warrant issued on tho
17th inst. by His Honor Justice Pres
ton ordering the Marshal to produce
the body of said defendant nnd these
witnesses : X011 (k), ICapena (k), nnd
Kopa (k), oil of Wniluku, and Wai
hec, Maui, io bo examined ' upon
their oaths touching the guilt or in
noconco of t)ie defendant. Tho war
rant by tho oath of one Chun Seo
Cheong charges tho defendant with
the killing of one Chun Koon Kuug
(Chinaman), on tho Mth April last.
A. P. Peterson appeared for tho
Crown, C. W. Ashford for tho prose
cutor, nnd Chas Croighton and W.
C. Achi for the defendant. Mr. Ash
ford substantially stated tho nature
of tho caso to bo as follows :
That defendant who was driving a
cart struck a horse on which deceased
was riding, which backed, throwing
tho ridor on tho ground and inime
diatrly after tho wheel of a cart ran
over the rider and killing him. Coun
sel for defendant said they were not
ready for the examination and asked
for a continuance, whie)i the Court
granted until to-morrow morning.
Defendant was allowed to bo bailed
under bond of $,1001. Tho Chief
Justice sits to hear tho evidence as a
committing magistrate. The degree
of tho ofi'enco was agreed to bo man
slaughter in the third degree
Late Foreign iws,
Tho barkentino Planter arrived
yesterday, 12 days from San Fran
cisco, bringing datcn to the 10th, in
clusive. Tho following is a summary
of tho news:
Lord Salisbury declared, in a
speech at t)io Goscien banquet given
by his constituents, that tho Govern
ment should properly bo styled a
Unionist Administration, The term
Conservative was misapplied j yet at
the Imperial Conference ho mndo a
speech on tho Xew Hebrides eiuostion
which greatly irritated tho Colonial
delegates, and tends in the direction
of imperial disruption instead of
iifiity. Ho intimated that tliu de
mands of Australia hampered Eng
land in her negotiations with France.
Ho maintained that the colonists
made u grave mistake in not accept
ing tho compioniiso which tho Earl of
llosoberry proposed, nnd which tho
Premier said would have prevented
tho extension of tho evils complained
of by tho Australians as arising from
tfio sending of French convicts to
the South Pacific, and tho rejection
of which mndo it difficult for the
English Government to approach
Franco with any request that' the
curtuil her liberty of action as to the
uses to which she should put her
own territory. ".Surely," exclaimed
the Marquis of Salisbury, "the colo
nics do not deslro to make the leci
divisto agitation 11 casus belli."
This elicited a warm rejoinder
from Sir Graham Berry, Agent-General
for Victoria, who twitted tho
Prima Minister with having made a
Rpccch "that would have been mo9t
excellent coming from tho Freneh
Tho policy of tho Biitish Govern
ment in the Xew Hebrides aHalr, as
explained by Sir Henry Holland,
Secretary of Stale for the Colonics,
is most unsatisfactory. He said that
the Government hoped to arrange
wilh France for a joint naval com
mission for the government of the
Xew llebi ides. The commission, it
was stated, would have power to pro
tect settlers, traders anil missionaries,
and would also bo empowered to
land maiines, to punish natives for
committing outrages and to iiiniu
tiin order. The marines, however,
are to be withdrawn when the special
work for which they were landed was
accomplished. If tho scheme pro
posed was accepted by France, it was
to bo arranged that tho French gar
risons now occupying the chief har
bors in the Xew Hebrides should re
tire. The Australians, all without
exception, deprecated any policy
which even seemed to recognize
French pretensions in the Xew
Hebrides. It was in support of this
dual arrangement, which would in
evitably lead to trouble, that Lord
Salisbury made the speech above re
ferred to. It is about as unwise nnd
ns uustatcsmniilike a proposal per
haps as could bo submitted to nny
Gen. Boulaugcr has introduced the
velocipede into the French Army.
Ho has derided to have 11 certain
proportion of the men in the infantry
regiments trained to tho use of tho
velocipede, for tho transmission of
orders and tho intercha ige of com
munications between tho different
division of the army. This will leavo
nil the horses of tho force available
for tho work 111 which their services
are indispensable. Doth the bicycle
anil tricycle aro in use, but the
bicycle is found 10 be most service
able, and it will probably lie adopted.
A bore hole in seareli of coal, said
to be the deepest in existence, which
tho Prussian Government had com
menced in the canton of Merseberg,
Saxony, after having reached a depth
of 1,738 meters, therefore more than
11 milu has had to be nbandone'd, as it
hiiH conic upon porphyry rock.
A woman of Motiers, in tho canton
of Xcufchatcl, Switzerland, confesses
to having caused a great many fires
which have occurred in tho canton
during a long series of years, and
that when only eighteen years of ago
sho strangled her husband, to whom
she had been married about eleven
months, simply because sho was
tired of him.
Europe is so chock full of bayonets
that the white-winged angel of peace
is unable to alight anywhere.
Four drunks contributed .f (! each,
and one $10 to the Court funds.
Robert Baird, on the testimony of
Dr. Webb was declared to bo 11011
compos, mciitus, nnd was according
ly committed to tho Insane Asylum.
A native on a charge of assault and
battery was discharged.
Joseph Perry Mcndoncn forfeited
bail of $0 for .driving fastor than a
walk over Waikahalulu bridge.
Two Chinamen were remanded on
a charge of assault and battery.
Two natives for deserting tho con
tract servico of tho Wilder S. S.
Company, wero ordered to return ami
F. II. OediiiR vs. C. Router, writ
for possession. Cecil Brown for
plaintiff. W. A. Kinney for defen
dant. Judgment for defendant with
costs $3.20. Appeal noted.
H. C. SHELDON
Has opened a
in wailik0, maui,
and is prepared 10 build
Sugar Wagons, improved stylo,
2-wheel Dump Carls,
Qooienock Bugar Wagons,
Buckboards, Brakes' Exprastes,
Sugar Coolors, Julco Tanks, &c.
IforHo Shoeing a Specialty.
For the convenience of the public he
will send u boy to Kahulul, Spreckels.
UlloamU'aia on lucsnays anil fcriunyi;
and to AVnllice and Wnlkapu on Wed.
ncsdays aud Saturd lys. 4U 2 w
On Art nnd Travel.
By Prof. Siflaey Dickinson
M. A., oi Boston.
Under Iho aucplccs of the Y. M. C. A.,
In their Hall, on tho Evenings of
May 23rd, 26th, 30th
At 7:30 p. in.
Nliefo famous lentures nre llhintratcd
by a powerful Surei ptlcon and have
I een delivered with pro it success in die
leading elili's of tho United States.
The views aro rare, and 'many of them
aro beautifully onred by tho best ar
tists of Paris and London.
Single Tickets, 0 73
Couisc Tickets, a 00
For salo nt the bookstores, nnd of Iho Y.
M, O. A. Kntcrlaiiiiiieni Committee,
No. 13. May 0.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued mid will he found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive,
number,, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu nnd
island news. There is no better paper
published In tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.60
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
nnd Diii.lktin Office.
TUTTI-FRUTTI i lee Cream,
X Kustern style of delicious flavour,
will ho served this evening ut the Elite
Ieo Cream Parlor Wo must try It I
A W A"N T s'lTp P l7e D-Tiik
"Elklk" Hook, .Tmi ano Xkwsi'Ai-kii
Omen, corner of Queen and II Streets,
opposite office of iho Bond of Health,
have, in connection with their already
Kxtcimlvo Printing Establishment, just
received pir S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Rey, of San Francis,
co, direct from tho nninufactory, Xew
York City, A OOItDON .1011 I'llIXT.
ING Pit ESS, one of tho Ilncst and best
in tho world, and of tho largest ilzc
made. Thcro Is nothing hi llilsconntri
to compiro with it. To examine- this
lino plcco of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Elkm:"' Ofllcc. It excels
in doing the Ilncst kind of woik in tho
shortest possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print,
lrg of ant kind done at short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
give the "Elkle" ofllce a call. Tele
phone Xo. Ml. lm 33
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
JL slock of Hay and Uruin, wo have
just received per stmr Australia. Feed
Corn Jlenl, Ground Oats, and Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
HAVING recently engaged n first,
tlasj Ullilcr and Moulding Maker,
we are now fuTly prepared to manufac
ture, repair and regl d any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames tnudc over as eood us new, and
nt prices within the reach of all. The
..i.u ...... 1... 1... 1 . ,, , , .
miiiiiu mt: iiMiiuu iu umi uim inDj)'ci
iodic of this work, ltcmcmbcr, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze. Copper or Mclal wo can
do. KING IMOS., Aut Stoke. 17
1 f( LBS. Fre-h Home-Mode Chow.
lUu 11 g Sticks, or so-called Br.
btrs PoVh, and f h, delicious Vanilla
and Choenlate Creams which I guaran
tee lo bu fir superior and i-old cheaper
than any Imported, nt F UOUN'S Pion
ccr Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
und Ice Cream Parlor. B5lf
Drt. Flint'h Hi:akt Rkmkdy is n
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Aucnts. 3J4
S PERRY'S No. 1 Familv Flnur is
nllered for sale bjr GONSALVF.S &
CO., Queen Street. 01
tENTLEMEX WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst tuo list compris
lng tho Committee on Arrangements
for the Celebration of the Queen's Jubi.
Ieo, nre riqueitd to confer with Mfjor
J. H. Woilehouse, at tho British Vice
Consulate, at their earliest convenience
r"MIK undersigned having been tbl
X day duly appointed Assignee of tho
estate of John M. Kapena, bankrupt,
hereby aqtllles all parlies Indebted to
bald e-tttiie to miikc immediate payment,
and those having claims against said
estate to present litem without delay at
his otlluo No. 38 Merchant street. Hono.
lulu. CHAS. T. OUI.ICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. ' 33
NOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Hcholtz. of Wuiluku, Maui,
has sold all right, title and Interest In
the bliickunilli shop, situated on the
rluhslilo of Kahulul road, in the said
dlstiict of Wuiluku, to the undersigned,
who will carry on iliolni-hi'ss in future.
I have a Ko appointed .Mr. Chas B.
Cockett, as mnnager of the said shop,
'lha public aro invited to glvo n call,
and all blacksmlthlng work will be ex.
ccutcd with despatch.
37 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Titsuo Paper
Flowers taught for 2. Lessons
given in Crnvon Portraits; nnd nl-o the
Lightning Method of Flower and Land.
Bcapo Palatini:. Flower Painting, 83;
Landscape, 10, for full courts
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
mar mo king street, opposite
Kawaiali io Church. 31 lm
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. 11. Hopku, : : :
A. M. Hkwett, : :
.1. W. IIINOI.KT, : i
: : Hotel Street
I He-nhv Williams, i
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
.lust received per clmr Australia, a fine nsortinent of
Special attention Is called to our
Boy's Snilov Ac JT ei'sey uit.
40 dozen lioj's Linen Kueo Pant?, nt a very low figure, in tlzcs up to 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A tine lino of Ladles' Jerseys, licc nnd Bmbrnidcrtcs a great variety
Just luceitud prita very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
The InrgcNt Stock nl' nny Iiohho !
Rccsivcd direct from Eastern Minuf ic'.ttrers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a supcrlo and pi Ices to suit tho times.
t3S Island orders receive careful aud prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1021 (Opposlle W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
Gcut's, Youth's anil Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
fiats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
Honolulu, II. I.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared froin Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Aro an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oaf, being cooked by Steam, aud
only rccptiring a short ilmo to prcparo them for the table.
tSTThe most nutritious food known.ia
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prunes, Nut, Raisins,
New Zealand, California, and Inland Potatoes, &e.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, fur salo by
01m, Hustace, - - ISIiii"- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, I HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public 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 dating
back ns far as tho year
In Honolulu, haviiiff catered on all state ocensons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Knmehamelm IV, Kamehaiuelia V, and
Liinnlilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; liuviugovJr forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Iantry Cook and Ornataentcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ieo Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Xuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (n3 am) Honolulu. H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large nsEortmcnt of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
ITov Salo at Reasonable IPirieei.
1M)2 WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL.
&. CO. ,
of Gents Shoe