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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1887.
Brit bark ScotlMi Lnule, 133 days from
Sutprlso from Kiimi
S mr Kluuu for llllo and way ports nt 4
P "I ,
Stmr W O Hull for Luludtia, Maalaca,
Ivoiiu unil K'uti at 10 in
Stinr Llkellko for Kuhului and liana at
Stmr Lehua for Ilaitmktm at -". p in
Btuir Mlkahula for Kanul at '. p in
Bktne S N Cntle for Sun Francisco at
0 a in
Sclir Walnmlii for Lunpuhoehoo and
Sclir Wallr-ln for Kuan
Sclir Walolni for Wula'ua
Hcbr Maim for Onoineu and llonomn
ticlir Llholllio for Liilinlim
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalant for Luhalna and Hnmnkuii
at 8 u in
Stmr Klluueu Hon for Hamakmi at 5
Stmr Surprio for Kuan
Sclir Josephine for Kwu
For Lahalnn, Manlaca, Koniiiind Kan,
per tcaiiior W G Hull, May m-Ml's K
J'aiN, HGrube, Cupt X C Hnyley and
Stmr SnrprUc 2,800 bags sugar.
Tlio Mnknh Is In the stream cleaning
up preparatory to tnklng In sugar.
The Surprise discharged ber sugar
Into tbe Ulengaber tills morning.
Tbo Scottish Lassie Is docked af the
old Custom House wharf.
vessels in port.
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun
Jtk Glcngalier, Kolleton
Jtk Sonoma, Gritlltlis
Ilk Hercules, ltlcs
Uktiio Morning Star. Turner
'. llktno Makab,
itetne t bins Spm'keN, Drew
Bktne Hattlu a bangs
Ilk (311 Kinney
llktne Planter, W It Perrlinaii
Am bark Tlmotir, Bicwer. sailed
from Boston Dee 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-L'O
lint bk Seottlsb Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktne Hattic S Bungs, Terrlll,
from Hongkong, duo Apill 10-:i0
Am bktne John Worstcr, from Xana
lmo, B'O, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from New
York March 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C O Wultmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Buy, due May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A coTTAan on School street near
the bridge, is advertised to let.
Tub Lodge lo l'rogres will hold a
special meeting this evening.
Noltk has a new and claborato
soda-fountain in tho Beaver Saloon.
Mil. W. II. Aldrich will go as
freight clerk of the Lehua this even
ing. It. KuiiEN&TKiN, A. Haneberg and
W. Y. Homer, leave by tho Kinau
Tun Custom House and other Gov
ernment oiliees closed this noon out
of respect to Britain's Queen.
Mb. W. O. AtwAter's article on
"Food" in the May number of the
"Century" is deserving of praise.
Tub steamer C. It. Bishop took to
day a hteam plough, ex bark Her
cules, for Elcclo plantation, Kauai.
Tub Hawaiian Band played for
Major Wodehouse, II. B. M. Com
missioner, nt his residence this
Mn. William It. Sims, lately freight
clerk on tho steamer Lehua, will go
us freight clerk on tho steamer Kinau
Mk. G. D. Frceth'ri property nt
Wuikiki, will bo sold by public auc
tion nt tho salesroom of Mr. Lowis J.
Levey, on tho 1st prox.
Likblikb sails Tuesday, May Hist,
for Kuhului ami Hana, and returns
to Honolulu on Sunday. Sails again
for sanio ports on Tuesday, June 7th,
returning on Saturday.
"I'll bet," said a knowing fellow,
"that this race (referring to tho ono
this morning), will wind up' with a
light." Strango but true there was a
light immediately after tho race, hut
it was a dog light,
, ,- , . m
Dit. Emerson and Mr. S. B. Dolo
leave for Molokai by tho Likelike
this evening for a few days' recrea
tion. They will bo tho guests of Mr.
Meyers at Molokai, ami will return
to Honolulu on Saturday.
FiilKND Seaborn decorated his
ollico doorways this morning with
draped British ensigns. Within
"Her Majesty's Health" was repeat
edly drank by Itopresontatives of
Tno Kinau sails on Tuesday, May
'list, for Hilo and way ports, icttirns
to Honolulu on Sutuiduy, and will
sail again on Monday, January flth,
for tho Volcano, returning on Sun
day. Tjik harks Glengeber, nnjl BrotiBli
Lassie, aiid tiu brigantinu Clans
Spreckels woro gaily decorated with
nt i earners of flags to-day in honor of
tho (58th anniversary of Queen Vic
Mn. Lewis J. Levey will hold his regi
nlur cash mlo on Thursday, tit 10. a.
m.; unit ut 12 noon, ho will oiler CO
pots of linu foreign ferns.
A vkiiy pleasant, and enjoyable
party gathered ut Mr. W. Herrick's
homo lust evening. Dancing was in
dulged in and nil passed oil merrily.
. m i
I.v the ono mile skating race, be
tween Mnster A. Wall and Lui the
half-whito elmnipion, nt thu Yosc
initti link Haturdav night, Master
Wall won by about J a lap.
WiikmTIio barlcontinu llaltio S,
Hangs docked nt Brewer's wharf yes
terday morning, a most interesting
sceno took pluco. After pigs and
cuickiciis were roasted the ChinciO
passengers, 22, fell on their knees
and oil'ered thanks to Joss for their
safe delivery (no rellection on the
M'sscl) nnd for their happy landing
on u coral hump. ,
THE BULLETIN SUMMARY.
Tho next issuo of the Daily Bul
i.miN Summary will he issued on
Monday next the 'lOlh instant. It
will contain 00 columns of original
matter, comprising the best budget
of news for sending abroad. Orders
may be left at J. II. Soper's, A. M.
llowett's, or at tho Biii.i.rri.v olllce.
I'rico 10 cents per copy.
THE CASTLE'S DEPARTURE.
The departure of the baikentine
S. N. Castle for San Francisco this
morning, was like a picnic party..
Ladies nod children by the dozen,
were on tbo wharf and vessel, mid
the shedding of tears and parting
euresse.9 were indeed putlictio. The
passengers who left by the vessel
were Mrs. Chas. T. Iloyt, Mrs.
Clmuiplain, Mrs. L. O'Hricu, Mrs.
Hanks unci child, Mrs. McLuiic and
child, K. II. Hubbard and II. M.
THE HONOLULU RIFLES.
At tho battalion meeting of the
Honolulu Rifles last evening, it was
agreed to hold the battalion shoot
ing contest for the prizes offered by
QuaitciJiiastcr W. W. Hall, Mr.
Geo. Howe, and the olllccrs of Com
pany 11, at 1 o'clock to-daj', at the
II. It. A. range, King street. The
battalion assembled at the armory
this noon, in full fatigue uniform.
It was also agreed at the meeting
last night, to make arrangements to
escort the members of the G. A'. It.
to the cemctary, on the 30th inst.,
Memorial Day. Before the meeting
adjourned, Major Ashford invited
the battalion to assemble nt the
armory at 8:30 o'clock this even
ing, in fatigue uniform, to join him
in a dinner at the Hotel.
The "unhappy looking urchin,"
referred to yesterday as having "run
away from St. Louis College," had
been simply an irregular day scholar
in that institution. In fact, there
were two boys captured by the police
as truants. One of them, a boy of
ten or eleven years, was at ono time
a day pupil in St. Louis College, but
had not been connected with that
school for three months or more
past. The other of similar age, has
been attending St. Louis College
very irregularly within that period,
seldom being present for more than
half day at a time, on an average
once or twice in two or three weeks.
Neither of tho urchins was ever, at
any time, a hoarder of St. Louis
College, and the College authorities
had no power whatever over them,
only during the brief periods that
they were actually in school.
THE EVE OF THE QUEEN'S
The Hawaiian Hotel Management,
with its usual forethought for the
public comfort, provided an excel
lent concert last evening. Tho pro
gramme was happily selected, in
cluding "Polonaise," "Queen Vic
toria," "My Queen," "Jubilee
VValtzc," and "God Save the
Queen." The Hotel verandahs were
amply provided with chairs and
lounges, all of which were comfort
ably iilled. '-The music aroused
such a feeling of cnthusiam amongst
a few, that at the conclusion of the
concert, three roaring cheers were
given for Queen Victoria, led off by
Mr. W. Austin Whiting.
The evening was all that could
be desired, being mild and tempe
rate, while tho .gaiety of the scene
wns somewhat enhanced by the varl
gated lanterns which illuminated the
THE H. Y. AND B. C. RACE.
Shortly after 9:30 o'clock this
morning nnd while crowds of peo
ple, on vessels at the wharves, were
waiting for .the race, one of the
crews came a scooting up to tho I.
I. S. N. Co.'s wharf whero they
rested on oars to allow the specta
tors to take in tho stock before bet
ting. The second crew followed
suit with a short spurt. Both boats
returned to tho starting point, and
n few moments Inter the race began.
The crew composed of Alfred
Branch, Win. Moo" re, Thos. Smith,
W. Holt, W. G. Armstrong, and C.
Crozicr, took thu lead and when
passing the 1. I. S. N. Co.'s wharf,
wore making fivo strokes to their
adversary's four and were about
a boat's-length ahead. Bets were
immediately made that tho crew be
hind, at the start, would come in
first, ns it was believed that the head
bpat would lose its wind and conse
quently its rapid strokes. But the
ilrst crew kept it up in spite of the
bets against thera, turned tho Spar
)iioy llrst, nntl won the raeo by scv-
oral lengths. Tlrao 10 minutes and
80' teroutU. Thu losing crew that
pays for the dinner to-night is com
I ojed of Ebon Low, John Holt, J.
Alnrkhatu, W. Morse, Hay Wode
house, and Chas. McCarthy.
THE ILLUSTRATED" LECTURES
Last evening, I'rof. Sidney Dick
inson delivered the first of the above
named course to a very good au
dience which nearly filled the large
hull of the Y. M. 0. A. Thu enter
tainment is not in reality so much a
lecture on art, illustrated by pic
tures, as it is a series of very excel
lent and well shown stcicoptlcon
views explained and commented on
by the exhibitor. Commencing with
a view of the city of Antwerp, fol
lowed by a portrait of llcubciis, the
audience were shown the exteiior
and interior of the grand cathedral,
tho interior of the church where
Reubens is buried, his tomb,' and
then in succession a considerable
number of his most important works,
including the elevation of the cross,
the descent from the cross, several
pictures of tho Virgin in different
situations, ond finally the faeado of
the church of tho Jesuits, designed
by Reubens, who was an architect
as well as a painter. A number of
the works of Vandyke were next
shown, and a fine view of the town
hall and belfry of Bruges, made
familiar to many, by the poetry of
Longfellow. Good specimens were
also given by other eminent but less
commonly known masters of the
Flemish school, after which the au
dience were led in the spirit to Hoi
laud and treated to an excellent as
soi Uncut of works by artists of the
Dutch school. These we cannot
stop to mention in detail. The last
portion of the exhibition was devot
ed to St. Petersburg and its art
treasures, including line views of
portions of tho great art galleries in
the palace of tho Hermitage. These
pictures weieof the same grade of
excellence us those which had pre
ceded them, and closed with n high
ly coloicd representation of the
aurora borcalis as seen by the lec
turer on tho evening lie left St.
Petersburg. The entertainment
which lasted nearly an hour and a
half, held the audience throughout
in a state of the closest attention.
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of the British
Benevolent Society was held last
evening at the rooms of the British
Club. Iii the absence of the Presi
dent, the chair was taken by the
The Secretary's report was read
and approved. The Treasurer pre
sented the following report:
Honolulu, May 2Jrd.
To the President and members of the
Hi HUli Benevolent Society:
Gentlemen: "Your Treasurer herein
begs to submit ills annual report to
date : 5
Balance on baud 9 854 12
Donntloimof 65, 38,810 nnd S20 4:1 00
Trustees of Queen's Hospital.. .100 00
V. Tlsley, amount returned by
him 12 00
Interest on the if. 100 McDouua
fund, Invested at 8 percent 40 00
Net proceeds of the perfoim-
anccs given by ladies and
gentlemen in 'Honolulu... !12.r 80
From 122'Mibscilbcrs at 80 - 732 00
By amount paid for tbo relief
of 1!) men, I woman and 2
families 81 ,387 2.".
Advcitlsiiig, ctu 20 75
Balance 6500 invested, and
cash, 8.r)0S.92 1,098 02
A. S. Ci.Kdiioii.v,
Treasurer British Benevolent society.
The Treasurer's report was unani
mously nccepted and a vote of
thanks tendered to him. On the
motion of Mr. Clcghorn, seconded
by Captain Mist, a rote of thanks
was passed to the ladies and gentle
men who took part in the recent
entertainments for the benefit of the
It was suggested that the financial
agents of the Society on the other
islands be reminded by letter of
their duties with the hope of arous
ing their enthusiasm. Some of them
had collected nothing, while others
even neglected to remit their own
The election of officers for the
ensuing year resulted us follows:
President, Major James Hay Wode
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner
and Consul-General (cx-olllcio) ;
Vice-President, Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh ; Secretary, J. A. Ken
nedy ; Treasurer, Hon. A. S. Clcg
horn. The Relief Committee wns also re
elected as follows: Mr. Justice
Bickerton, Messrs. Henry Water
house, George Lucas, Alex. Young
nnd William Roe.
On tho suggestion of Mr. Bicker
ton, it was decided that the Relief
Committee should meet at least
once in every three months, or
oftcuer if citcumstnnces desired it.
There being 110 fuithcr business,
the meeting adjourned at 8:30 v. m.
Tuj:sday, May 24th.
Twelve dollars were contributed
to the Court funds for drunkenness.
August Leonard entered a plea
of guilty to a charge of assault
and battery, and he wns fined $2
and $,1 costs,
A Chiiiamnu on a cliargo of sell
ing and disposing of spirituous
liquors without a license, was re
manded, to the 20th instant.
A native woman wn3 charged wltli,
disorderly conduct. Found not
guilty .reprimanded nnd discharged.
YHIRD CIRCUIT COURTf HILO, ' "
Tim following cases conclude tho
calender nt tho May term of the
Third Circuit Court held nt Hilo
before the Chief Justice:
Hex. vs. Sam, robbery. Com
mitment from District Court, North
Hilo. Nolle prosequi entered. D.
II. Hitchcock for defendant.
Rex. vs. M. G. Correa, mayhem.
Commitment from Judge Hnpni,
Police Magistrate, Hilo. Continued
to November term. W. A. Kinney
Rex. vs. Akno, opium in posses
sion under the old law. Appeal
froin Police Magistrate, Hllo. Fined
$.r)0 and sentenced to ono hotir'
imprisonment. I). 11. Hitchcock
W. Matson vs. C. Y. Aiona, as
sumpsit. Jury vnived. 1). 11.
Hitchcock for plaintiff, V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Nnkaianu vs. W. II. Purvis, as
sumpsit. Appeal from Judge Ly
man, llamakiia. Argued and sub
mitted. II. B. Nnlimu vs. D. Knloa, bill
in equity to set aside a deed. Con
tinued to November term. D. II.
Hitchcock and W. A. Kinney for
plaintiff, A. P. Peterson and Chas.
Crcighton for defendant.
Kahuna vs. Ilalawa Sugar'Com
pany, damages for injury of crops
of kalo by defendant's sugar mill.
Verdict, for plaintiff. V. V. Ash
ford for plaintiff, Chas. Crcighton
S. W. Kala vs. Halawa Sugar
Company, damages to kalo by re
fuse from defendant's plantation.
Verdict for plaintiff. Same counsel
No. 13. May U.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopt?r, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
and Biillktik Olllce.
THE CARFIELD MEMORIAL.
Till: WASHINGTON- STATUE TO BB UK
VKILF.I). Washington, May I). President
lias issued an executive order clos
ing the executive offices and depart
ments at the scat of Government,
including the public printing estab
lishment' at noon, on Thursday, the
12th instant, lo enable the persons
employed therein lo attend the ex
ercises at the unveiling of the statue
of tho Jate President Garfield.
l'AUTICIl'ANTS IN THK TAKAUK.
General Baird, Chief Marshal of
tho parado at the unveiling of the
Garfield statue on Thursday next,
issued a general order to-day as
signing to places in the line organi
zations which are to participate.
Among them are the Grand Army
of the Republic, a battalion of the
Third Artillery, a battalion of
United States marines, a detach
ment of sailors from tho United
States ship Galena, the Society of
the Army of the Cumberland, the
District militia, consisting of about
n dozen companies, and various
It is expected that the President
and Mrs. Cleveland will be present
to witness the unveiling ceremonies.
Late Foreign lews.
Hnrve, May ilth. Tho steamer
La Champagne, which sailed Satur
day morning for New York and
which afterward returned, having
been in collision,, was run into by
the steamer Villo do Rio. Tho lattor
steamer sunk, but her crew and pas
sengers were saved. Tho collision
caused a panic among tho Italians
on board the Champagne, who made
a iiish for ono of the lifeboats and
capsized it, fivo of them being
drowned, in addition to three sailors
who had tried to prevent the rush.
Tho steamer Ville de Bordeaux res
cued fifteen Italians clinging to the
capsized lifeboat. Tho collision took
placo about noon, during a dense
fog, and the shock was so violent
that tho Champugno was thrown al
most completely over upon her star
board beam, and a wide hole, two
yard long, was opened in her lar
board bldo, near the poop, just
above tho water-mark. The captain,
finding it impossible to return to
port, ran the steamer aground on
tho bar nnd saved thu lives of those
Cant. Swan of the Dutch bark J.
P. A., had an experience on Morch
19th, which he thinks will account
for the mysterious disappearance of
so many vessels at sea. That day
there was n heavy storm. Lato in
the afternoon a huge meteor, looking
like two balls of (jre, dropped into
the sea close alongside, making a
tremendous roaring. Before reach
ing the water the upper atmosphere
was darkened, while below, and on
board, everything appeared like a
sea of fire. Thu force of tho mcteoj
striking tho water caused heavy
breakers, which washed over the
vessel, making her roll dangerously.
The atmosphere became uncomfort
ably warm, and the air was full of
sulphur. Immediately afterward
solid lumps of ice fell on the deck,
and the decks and rigging became
coated with an icy crust, caused
by tho immense evaporation. On
the 6ide whero the meteor fell tho
ship appeared all black, and somu
of the copper sheeting was blistered.
The American Exhibition lias been
formally opened. The weather is
clear ami sunny, and about 7,000
persons arc in attendance. The
bursting of n boiler during the
morning prevented the starting of
the machinery. Otherwise the pro
gramme of the opening ceremony
was carried out. Hundreds of visi
tors ignored the ceremony of open
ng the regular exhibition and rushed
to thu grounds where the Wild West
Gen. Boulanger has drafted a bill
for the experimental mobilization of
the French Army next October.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-Tiik
"Km:ik" Hook, .Inn anu Nkwsi'avkh
Omcu, corner of Queen and II Strcrts,
opposite ollico of tho Board of Health,
have, iu connection with their already
Extensive Printing Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Mcsrs. Palmer & Hey, of San Francis,
co, direct from the manufactory, New
York City, A GOBDO.V JOB 1'HIXT.
ING 1MIES3, ono of the ilnest and best
in tho world, oiul of the largest tlzo
made. There is nothing in llilsconntrv
lo compire with it. To exuminu this
lino piece of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Klklk"' Ofilce. It excels
in doing the Ilnest kind of woik in the
shortest possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print
ing of any kind done at short notice,
and at reasonable rales, will do well to
give tho "Elei.k" oftlco a call. Tele
phone No. Ml. lm !I3
HAVING recently engaged a first,
class Gilder and Moulding Maker,
we arc now fuHy prcpucd to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and I'letiiro
Frames made oer as good as now, ami
at prices within the reach of all. The
puli ic aic invited to call and inspect
omo of this work. Bemcmlicr, any
tiling that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING UU03., Aiit Stoue. 17
m m 9
1 r A LBS. Krch Home-Mode Chew
lUv lug Sticks, or so-called Bir
hers' 1'o'ps, and ftsh, delicious Vanilla
and Cliocnlato Creams which I guaran
tee to bo far suporior and. fold cheaper
than any Imported, at F HORN'S 1'lon
cer Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
und Ice Cream Parlor. bStf
Drt. Flint's IIeaiit Remedy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and nlso for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultinon. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour is
ottered for salo by GOK SALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
lEN'J'LEMEX WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst tho list compris
ing tho Committee on Arrangements
for the Celebration of the Queen's Jubi
lee, are requested to confer with Mojor
J. II. Wodehouse, at tho BriliBh Vice
Consulate, ut their earliest convenience
THE undersigned having been ttiis
day duly appointed Acsicnee of the
estate of John M. Kapona, bankrupt,
hereby notlUc all parlies indebted to
said citato to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against raid
estate to present them without delay at
his olllce No. MS Merchant street, Hono
lulu. CHAS. T. GULIOK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. !P
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Seholtz. of Wnilukii, Maui,
lias sold all right, title and Interest In
tho blacksmith 6hop, f-iinntcd on the
rlghtnlilo of Kuhului roud, in tho said
distiict of Wiiiluk'.i, to thu underslgnrd,
Who will carry on tho business in future.
I havu 11 l-o appointed Mr. Chas. B.
Coukett, us manager of thu said hhop,
'I ho public aro invited to give a call,
and all blacksmlthtng work wilt be ex
ecuted with despatch.
H7 1in JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of TJfsuo Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lcboiis
civeu in Crayon Portraits ; and liUo thu
Lightning Method of Flower and Lind.
scapo Palatine. Flower Painting, 83;
Landscape, 10, for full confers
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits ond
BQy- 1K0 KING STREET, oppnslto
Kuwaiohao Church. Ill lm
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TEMPLE OF FASHION I
Just received per stmr Aiihtr.illa, a line assortment of
Special attention Is called to our
Uoy' Sailor &c Jersey Miiits.
10 dozen Ho'g Linen Knee Pnntf, at a very low figure, in ilzcs up to 12 years".
A large ussoitmciil of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino line of Ladles' Jersey, Lace and Embrildcrles a great variety
just iccclved prkui vety ljw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tlicla rgCMt .Stock of any Iioiimc I
Itccslved direct from Eastern Munuf ic'.urers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior (piallty ami pi Ices to suit tit time.
tSTlflands orders receive careful and prompt attention. f
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1031 (Opposite W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
Gent's, Youth's anil Boys fa Custom Made Clothing,
flats, Caps, PurniBliing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
1-IonoIiilu, II. I.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation ofwlieit und Oats, being cookcdjhy Steam, nml
only requiring a short lime to prepare them for the table.
tST'l'lie most nutritious Jood known.'SSa.'
Also, Gerinen, Gein, Graham Flour, Smokuil Salmon,
.Smoked Halibut, Hams, Dacon, Choice Dates, Prunes, Nut-), Itafslns,
New Zraland, California, and Island Potatoes, &c. ,
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
Chas, Hustaec, - - Kin"- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, . HORN, Proprietor of llio '
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 nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, ns given in former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back ns far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, in uls-o for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kniiielinmehn IV, Kanielmniolm V, and
Lunnlilo, nnd having tho honor of supplying theprctcut royid household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over foity years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical ('ourertlonci', 1'nntry Cook niul Oniniiifiitci- in llnnuliiln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
.Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 am) Honolulu. H. I,
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBORGS,
EASTMAN S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For (Sale n-t 3eiiNonallo DPrieej,
of Bent's Shoes
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