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WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1887.
Schr Lttkn from Kiikalnti
Schr Wnloll from Kuiiii
Schr Knvwillunl from Koohiu
Stmr Wnluinnnlu from Walanne and
Schr Mary from Ilatnakua
Stmr Ivvahni for Lnhatna and Uamakua
at 8 a in
Stmr Klhuica Hon for llamakita at 0
Sehr.Josephlno for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Surprise for Kuan
Ilk Ceylon for San FrnncNco
Schr Kawnllnnl for Koolau
Schr Wnloll for Laiipntiochoc
Stmr Walmanalo for Waianac mid wal
For Maul and Hawaii, per ctcamcr
Klnau, May 24 Major W IT Cornwall,
J- II Kleves and child, Sirs 11 Cornwall,
W II Cummins,", W Y Horner, F Hor
ner and wife, M Horner, J Vlorra, A
llnncberg, I lliibensteln, M Shultzy,
Mrs A Mahlkoa and nbottt r0 deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Mlkahnla,
May 21 Wit Nice, SW Wilcox, W K
11 Dovei 111, Ij-Tiirner, S K Mahoo and
wife, h II Stol.. Dr. Ilrodlc, S Khrllch,
H Koblnson, O Itorehgruvlnck and wife,
K Schul.e, Mm Cliarman, Y Hnxeton
and about 40 deck. ,
For Maul, per steamer l.lkcllkc, May
21 Hon S B Dole. A II Smith. DrX 11
KmerbOii, O Unna and about 70 deck.
Schr Luka -1,020 bngs xugiir.
Schy Wnloll 1.000 bags sugar.
Schr Kauallaul 800 bags rice.
Stmr Walinannlo l,00u water melons,
and l"i0 hags taro.
The bark Sonoma will sail for San
Francisco to-morrow or the next day.
The Norwegian bark Vlkar, Is sup
posed to have sailed from Uiemen about
April nth for Honolulu, consigned to
HaekfeH & Co.
The bark Ceylon may get nway for
San Franeleeo thta ccnlng, but It In
most likely that she will wait until to
VESSELS IH PORT.
nk Ceylon, Calhoun
Jlk Glcngaber. Itullp'ton
Jlk Sonoma, Grllllths
Hk Hercules, ltles
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bgtno Linus Spreckcls, Drew
Bktne Hattle h Bangs
Ilk 0 B Kinney
IJKtiic Planter, W It I'errhnnii
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
duo May 1-20
Bnt bk Scottish Lassie, W Slnccr,
Failed from Liverpool Jnn 10 duo Mny
Am bktne Hattle S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hougkoug, duo April 10-110
Am bktne John Worster, from Nana
lmo, B O, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lncie, sailed from New
York March 20, duo September 5-30
"Ain"'ok" C ff Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, due May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Road Supervisor wuh repair
ing tho road on tlio Esplanade to-dny,
. Mr. Justice Biekerton will preside
at the Intermediary Court to ho held
It lias reached tho London papers
that a political confederation between
Samoa and Hawaii has been ratified.
A chemical coral formation, which
is a novelty, is on viow nt the window
of Messrs. Hollister it Co.'s store on
There will ho tlio usual sorvices
at St. Andrew's Cathedral this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock," conducted by tho
Rev. Geo. Wallace.
Mn. A. E. Gaster, of Bucharest, hns
been appointed Hawaiian Charge d'
Affaires and Consul-General for tho
Kingdom of Roumania.
"An Answered Prayer" will ho tho
tlicnio, and 2 Kings 19th chapter tho
Bcripturo lesson, at tho Fort-street
Church prayer meeting to-night.
All entries for tho races to tako
pla-co at Kapiohmi Park on tho 10th
and 11th June, will close at 12
o'clock noon on Monday Juno Gth.
TiiEin Excellencies Walter Murray
Gibson and Antono Rosa, attended
by Major John P. Holt, paid their
respects to Major Wodohouso yester
The Jubilee Yacht-race, round the
British Isles, will be started by the
i'rinco of Wales from Southend Pier,
iustead of from tho Nore, as was
The new water pipes, lately laid on
Fort street, were tested yesterday
with 110 pounds pressure to tlio
nquaro inch. Another and greator
test will bo mntlo to-morrow.
Likelike sails Tuesday, May Hist,
for Kahului and Huiin, and returns
to Honolulu on Sunday, Sails again
for same ports on Tuesday, Juno 7th,
returning on Saturday,
Tho Kinau sails on Tuesday, Mr
31st, for Hilo and way ports, ret"
to Honolulu on Saturday, am'
sail again on Monday, Jui'
for tlio Volcano, returning
AccoitniNa to "Truth''
English lady has so '
valuable Easter egg;
ivory, lined with wl
yolk is a goldon ci
huge ruby sot in ''
being valued at
X r-ARW will ho alv(m iioftia uiu
Srlthh harl: Glungnbcr to-morrow,
Mn. Lewis J. Levey's regular cash
sale will bo held at 10 o'clock to
t - - '
Several important additions liavo
been mado to C. T. Gulick's labor
Tomorrow will appear a detailed
list of goods for sale by Mr. J. T.
Watrrhouce ex "Sctottish Lassie."
A clearance sale of sundries will
tnko place nt Rosenthal's store by
E. P. Adams & Co. to-morrow, com
mencing at 10 A. M.
Mrs. Sam. Parker entertained a
number of lady friends nt lunch to
day at her residence King street.
The box plan for the performance
of tho Honolulu Minstrels, to bo
given at the Opera House on Satur
day night, will open nt 0 o'clock to
morrow morning at the olllco of J.
E. Brown it Co.
A hkull was exhumed from be
neath the iloor of the old Astor
House barber shop, yesterday after
noon. Tho relic, which may have an
interesting history is in the posses
sion of Messrs. Hart it Steiuer.
There will be an extra meeting of
the W. C. T. U. for tho transaction of
important business to-morrow (Thurs
day) afternoon at !J o'clock in the Y.
M.. (J. A. parlors. All members are
urgently requested to bo present.
Private Tweedie of Company A,
Honolulu Rillcs, was this morning
ptcscnted by Mr. Swanzy with n
leather medal, as n reward for the
duck egg he scored yesterday in the
battalion target practice at the II. R.
The "Advertiser" states that the
residenco of Mr. J. 11. Paty, Judd
street, has been purchased by Mr.
W. II. Comwell, for Mrs. Henry
Cornwell, who will take possession
August 1st. The price paid was
Two stalwart bosses of dilfeiont
callings hnd a two-round set-to on
Merchant street this noon to vary the
monotony of the morning. Hug
ging, knocking down and hutting
was tho order of the light. Friends
stepped in and put a stop to tho
quart cl and a few moments later the
the pugilistic bosses were drinking
each other's health.
THE BULLETIN SUMMARY.
Tlio next issue of tho Daily Bul
letin Summary will bo issued on
Monday next the HOtli instant. It
will contain GO columns of original
matter, comprising 'the best budget
of news for sending abroad. Orders
may bo left at J. 11. Sopor's, A. M.
Howett's, or at tho Bulletin office.
Price 10 cents per copy.
The Kuokoa says the Knimiloa
took away 27 boys from the Reform
( ?) School. About ten-small boys are
left under the care of the assistant.
Who is now principal of the Reform
School? Docs Capt. Jackson act in
the double capacity of Admiral of
tlie Hawaiian Navy and Head Master
of tho Reform School?
It is said that tho next voyage
of the Knimiloa is to he to Italy.
There she is to take up the Hawaiian
boys who have been trained as navi
gators and engineers. They are to
take charge of the nayal vessel that
is being built in France, and biing
her out to Hawaii.
A NOTABLE EVENT.
Mr. IJcnry Berger the popular
lender of the Royal Hawaiian Band,
has tho happy knack of dispensing
appropriate music on all celebrated
occasions, in a true and hearty spirit.
Whether the Fourth of July, the
Emperor of China's, Emperor Wil
liam's or Queen Victoria's Birthday,
he is always prepared to furnish
well selected programmes in the best
musical style. The Professor, as he
is generally called, is known to all,
but it may not be generally known
that on Saturday, the lltli June he
will hare completed his fifteenth
year as leader of the Hawaiian Band.
This would certainly bo a fitting oc
casion for the public to rccoguiso in
some substantial manner the valu
able services of our talented maestro.
SPAIN AND ITS MASTERS.
Professor Dickinson's second lect
ure upon European art and Travel
will be given at the Y. M. C. A. hall
to-morrow ercning. Tlio success
attending Urn first lecture insures a
large attendance, nnd wo look to see
a largo audience. The subject of
tlio evening: "Tho Artists of Spain"
gives opportunity for most pictures
que illustration, and the audience
may bo sure of a rich treat to eye
and car. Tho views (most of tho'm
richly colored) include Paris and
the Palace of tlio Louvre, Madrid,
Seville, Toledo, Cadiz, the Allium
bra, etc., and will be of surpassing
THE H. Y. & B. C. DINNER.
Messrs. C, Crozier, W. G. Arm
strong, W. Holt, T. Smith, W.
Moore, A. Urnncli, C. J. McCarthy,
II. Wodehouse, II. W. Morse, J.
Markham, J. D. Holt, E. P. Low,
A. Drown, Douglas W. Nickelson,
J. Dowsett, D. Davis, J. 11. Wode
house, Jr., and Capt. Rawlston, sat
down to the II. Y. &. D. C. dinner
in the Club House Dining Rooms nt
G:JJ0 o'clock last evening, J. II.
Wodehouse presiding. Soups, salads,
meats, and dessert with claret ami
champagne were bounteously spread.
The toasts wero II. Y. & D. C,
Queen Victoria, Tho Winning Crew,
riml Tlio IMwiicil Crow. Bongs woro
roudcrud by Mosiis. Brown and '
(.aputlii Kawutou. Alio utuuer was
over at 8 o'clock.
PENTECOST, OR WHIT SUNDAY.
Next Sunday, May 20th, is tlio
Pentecost Day, a grand festival ap
pointed and solemnly observed even
in apostolic times, and mentioned in
the wiitings of the most ancient
fathers and historians of tho church.
It is also called in the English
languago Whit Sunday, from the
Anglo-Saxon Hwitu Sunnandueg,"
which means White Sunday, bc
enuso of the while robe of baptism,
which was for many ages adminis
tered piincipally on ono of those
grand days, Easter Sunday, or Pen
tecost. Pentecost, which means
fifty, from tlio Greek "nevtykosty,"
so called as being the fiftieth day
after Easter Sunday, is tlio day,
when nt the third hour, i. e., about
9 o'clock a. m., the Holy Ghost
descended miraculously on the apos
tles in the form of fiery tongues,
and then they were nil filled with
the Holy Spirit, and they began to
speak with divers tongues, accord
ing as the Holy Ghost gave them to
speak. It is the very birthday of
tho Catholic Church, because on
that day U,000 persons, the first
converts to Christianity, wore bap
tized. The Christian Pentecost is
one of those feasts, which, like
Easter, have been transferred from
Judaism to Christianity, and is
really and truly the completion and
perfection of tlio Pentecost of the
old law. It is a commemoration of
the solemn and miraculous inaugu
ration of the church in the New
Testament through the interposition
of the Holy Gltu,st, as the Hebrew
Pentecost was a memorial of the
solemn nnd miraculous establish
ment of the church of the old law,
through the promulgation of the
divine law on Mount Sinai.
The red color of the vestments
worn on this festival, as well as on
every day during the octave, re
minds us of the form and color of
the mysterious nnd figurative tongues
of lire in which the Holy Ghost
really and truly came down upon
the apostles. The church does
solemnly chant this glorious hymn
of the Holy Ghost "Vein, Sanctc
Spiritus," "Come, Holy Ghost."
Priests and people reflect with
wonder and consolation upon the
miraculous preservation of the
Catholic Church, in which by the
influence of that same Holy Spirit
tho great work of salvation through
Jesus Christ has continued for well
nigh two thousand years, and will
go on through futuro ages, so that
every man of good-will can have a
share in the truth, grace, and the
atoning death of Christ as truly and
as essentially as if he had lived in
the days of Christ himself.
The Pentecost Day will be kept
nt the Roman Catholic Cathedral of
Honolulu, as follows: G and 7 a.
m., Low Masses with the Holy Com
munion; 10 A. M., High Pontifical
Mass, followed by Baptism ;ii i. Mm
Confirmation, Rosary and Solemn
Benediction of the Most Blessed
Editor Dulletin: Having re
peatedly read complaints on account
of the horrible condition of Kapio
lani street and seeing that appa
rently no notice has been taken of
them, I wish to Jog the memory of
tho Road Supervisor if he has for
gotten about them, or add one more
testimony if lie is in doubt as to the
correctness of previous reports, only
I would multiply the cause by two.
Briefly ns possible I wish to state
that the inconvenience of alighting
from an express on a rainy evening
when halfway up the hill, on account
of being stuck in the street ditch,
also trying in vain, when walking,
to gel around the abrupt corner of
Knpiolani and Lunalilo streets with
out sliding off the embankment about
six inches wide are very unpleasant.
Should the Road Supervisor still be in
doubt ho can have all this verified
if he will call around during the first
good rain. Resident.
THE HONOLULU RIFLES.
Of all fcocial organizations in
Honolulu ; of nil friendly gather
ings and military movements tlio
Honolulu Rifles arc fast becoming
the most popular. Under the super
vision of Major V. V. Ashford, who
is positively a disciplinarian, when
in uniform, the corps is continually
advancing in military proficiency,
increasing in strength, and will, in
all probabilities, become ono of the
main supports of the Kingdom. The
celebration of the G8th birthday
anniversary of Queen Victoria, by
the Honolulu Rifles, yesterday, was
orderly, soldierly and splendid in
every way. The prize shooting and
target practice by tlio battalion in
the afternoon and the dinner nt the
Hotel in tho evening are events that
signal the progress of tho Honolulu
At the shooting contest at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon the Honolulu
Rifles, in fatigue uniform, assembled
at their armory, Rcrctnuia street,
and from there marched out to tho
II. II. A. Range, King street. Shoot
ing began at about 2:!10 o'clock,
oaoli company firing at a separate
target. TJie distance was 200 yards
with five rounds for each 'man.
The afternoon was fair and favor
able for shooting. Rivalry in a
friendly degree, existed between the
two companies and every good shot
was applauded by the members of
the company in which it was made.
mmmmmm i i i m ml I if
Uompnny A twin 27 men tnniiu nou
points wilo i-ompnny D with DO men
made 275. Following are tho
Major V. V. Ashford 0 1 4 3-1G
Captain Hebbaid I S 1! 5 2 10
Captain linger It 3 -1 ii II 10
Adjutant McLcod .1 2 .1 !1 4 15
Quartermaster Hull 0 0 (I 0 0 0
Uidnaucc Officer G111111...O 0 3 0 8
Lieutenant Prati 4 4 4 4 4-20
Lieutenant O. W. Aolifonl.ii 0 0 0 :t ."
Lieutenant Shnonon... .0 ( .'I 4 011
Heigeant Major Levey.... a 0 a 0 'J (I
Drum Major King 4 t 4 t 4 L'O
Kel geaut T01 bcrt .' I
Sergeant . T. Wilder.... 0 0
Cm poral Wilder I .'I
I ni'iimtil Mnmrliw ...a J
0 :i- 0
II 4 413
u..-v.... ....,.. ..........
....() 0 0 0 00
....:i a 4 :i 417
....1 a : 2 011
....j 0 0 :i .1 8
....0 2 :i 1 :i 12
....0 0 0000
E. A. Mcluerny...4.4 4 It 1118
eConibie 3 0 3 0 0 (I
MeCamlless 0 3 I 3 3111
cihcsnev 0 0 0 0 00
Cticiiiba.." 2 4 II 3 a IT.
W. W. Smith 3 3 0 2 2-10
Tweedlo 0 0 0 0 0 O
0 2 3 2 t)
U 0 0 2 7
3 2 4 3 I',
4 3 2 211
II fi 4 4-20
3 3 4 417
I 0 II It 010
... 2 3 3 0 412
....() 2 0 0 0- 2
....0 0 0 0 00
....0 0 3 0 0 3
3 !l 3 417
Xeal II 0 0 0 0 0
Olbsoi 3 3 2 0 311
Diedgc 0 2 0 3 0 5
Mr-Can hv 3 2 3 0 210
S G. Wilder, .fr...O 4 II 3 212
Oat 2 0 It 3 412
F. W. McClicney.
.0 0 0 2 02
.2000 (I- 2
.2 2 3 3 010
.2 4 4 0 414
.2 3 3 3 3-U
,.0 1 4 3 31 1
O.Branch 0 2 4 0 410
Wickman 0 2 3 2 2 t)
Boucher 0 3 2 4 3-12
ANhlte 3 3 Oil 5-H
Crozier 2 2 4 0 4-12
Thurston 4 4 3 4 4-10
Maguon 2 3 3 3 213
A. C. Smith t 3 3 4 3-17
In Company A, Kinney and Tor
bcrt each made twenty points and
tied for the first prize. They shot
off with tho following result:
Kinney 3 3 2 4-13
Toibert 0 3 3 3 312
Tho prize winners arc as follows :
Kinney, Co. A, 1st prize, Spring
field rifle, presented by Quarter
master W. W. Hall ; Sergeant Tor
bert, Co. A, second prize, cartridge
belt, presented by Mr. Geo. Howe ;
Private E. A. Mclnerny, Co. A, 100
rounds of ammunition, presentod by
Mr. Nicoll, and Private Thurston,
Co. D, Springfield rifle, presented
by the officers of that company.
By tho invitation of Major V. V.
Ashford nearly 100 persons sat
down to dinner in the Hawaiian
Hotel dining room last evening. The
Honolulu Rifles, about 60 in num
ber, arrived at the Hotel at 9
o'clock, where they were met by the
Major and friends. During the
ciip.ncr, which was elegantly gotten
up, "the following toasts and re
sponses wero made: His Majesty
responded to by ?rivatc Kin
ney ; Her Majesty Queen Victoria,
responded to by Lieut. C. W. Ash
ford; our guests, replied to by
Major Ilayley, and also by Mr.
Wright, of 7th N. Y. Regiment.
The health of Major Ashford, pro
posed by Captain 4Iebbard and re
plied to by tho Major; the Press,
responded to by Mr. Logan, of tho
Herald; tho ladies, responded by
Private C. Crcighton; the futuro of
the II. R., proposed by Lieutenant
Ashford, and responded to by Pri
vate C. J. McCarthy.
Merriment prevailed throughout
the evening, and many witty
speeches were made. After a few
closing remarks by the Major, at
about 11:16 o'clock, the party
broke up with a feeling of friendship
stronger than ever.
The following matters were hcotd
in Chambers this morning:
UEFOtlE JUDD C. .T,
Y. Anin vs. S. Sellg. Plaintiff is
the only surviving partner in tho
partnership of Alnina & Anin, rico
planters, and defendant is admin
btrator of decedent's estate. In
March, 188(1, defendant wns ap
pointed receiver of the firm under
bond of 85,000, for the purpose of
winding up the partnership concern.
Dcing about to absent from the
kingdom said receiver submitted his
accounts and asked for approval of
sanio and his discharge After ex
amination, the Courts approved tho
accounts, discharged the receiver,
and cancelled his bond. The part
nership assets were $35,77.0:i,
liabilities 29,995.7-l, balance
$5,761.29, ono half of which was
paid to Ahuna'sj administrator, and
one-half to Anin's assignees. The
receiver appeared in person.
William Watson and others vs.
David Watson. This is an equity
suit for partition of property among
the hoirs of John D. Watson of Ka
neohc, Onhu, deceased. W. A.
Kinney for plaintiffs,A. Rosa for de
fendant. The bill of complaint wns
allowed to be amended, and hearing
set for Wednesday June 8th.
UEFOIir. l'UESTOK, J.
In the bankruptcy mattor of
Jacob Lyons continued from Mon
day. The Court approved the as
signee's accounts, and ordered his
discharge upon filing of creditors
receipts for dividend of 1 1 per cent,
amount to be distributed is $1,703.
5!). The assigueo in person, L. A,
Thurston for creditors.
A WANT SUPPLIED-Tiie
"Ei.eik" Book, Jui and Newspavek
OrriCK, comer of Queen nnd II Street?,
opposite olllco of the llonil of Health,
have, in eniioemloa with their alrciidy
Extensive Prlntli g Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & ley, of San Francis,
ro, direct from the minnf ictory, New
York Oily, A GORDON JOB I'M XT.
INO PKE3-3, ono of tho llne.t and best
in thu world, atid of the largest tlze
made. There la nothing In thlsconntri
to compire with It. To examine this
Una piece of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Elkm: Ofllcc. It excels
In doing the finest kind of woik In the
shortest postible time.
Merchant nnd others requiring Print.
Ing of any kinii done at abort notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
give the "Er.Kr.E" office a call. Tele
phone No. M4. ' lm 33
HAVING 'ecentty engaged a first,
cl.is Oil ler 11111I Mo'ihling Maker,
we urn now fufly prepared lo manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made oer 114 good as new, and
nt prices wlihin the reach of all. Tho
public me linl'cil to cull nnd Inspect
omc of this work. Renicniher, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Uronzc. Copper or Metal wo enn
do. KINGIIUOS., Aiit Stohk. 17
1 ff LBS. Prch Home-Mode Chew.
lUu 11 g Slicks, gr so-called It ir
tiers Po'ps, und f h, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to bu far superior nnd Kilil clieapi r
thin any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory und Bakery
und Ice Cr.cn in Parlor. bStf
Dn. Fm.nt'h Heakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart l)is
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. BenBon Smith &
Co., Agents. lti
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour Is
ottered for salo bj QONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Dew Drop Inn,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
I H N O AV O I? 12 IS .
The finest and best brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept on hand.
On Bnturdiy, Mny 28, free drinks nnd
lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p in.
EST All kinds of Tcmnernnce Drinks.
A. K. FL'LEKALUHI,
.1 lw Proprietor.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will attain commence oprratlonH ob
Thursday, Slay aoth,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
jy'Jh new and Improved machinery
nr.d other nnparntus, the present maiia
ger BiiaruiiteesTo fi'Jj!!;' Taro Flour that
wll muko a better clas-r)irihttu tver
All orders to be sent to W. II. CifiiT
mlns, Manager, nt the Factory, Wal.
niKU, dinui, or to w. u. irwm & Co.,
Agents, Honolulu. 41 lm
Mill A COTTAGE, Pituated on
ifYffJB S,"a ul urcet, near tho Bridge
a containing 5 rooms, besides
pantry, kitchen, bath iom, and billiard
room, wlih f,;incry nd stable.
For further particulars npplvtoGco.
O. Leo-i, nt J. T. Wntcrhouse's Queen St.
Store. 44 tf
THE undersigned having been thl
day duly appointid At slgneo of thu
eslulo of John M. Kutena, rnnkrut,
hen by notifies all panics Indebted to
bald ctaio to nuke immediate tmjment,
and thotu having claims against Mild
estate to present them without dclny at
his olllco No. ilS Merchant street Mono,
lulu. UIIAS. T. OULICK",
Honolulu, Mny 12, 1887. an
NOTICE IS HEREBY QI VEN THAT
Fred Scholtz. of Wulluiiu, Maul,
has sold nil right, title nnd tnurest In
Ihn blnclttmltli shot), Mmntcd on the
riph' si le of Kahului road, in thu said
dlstilci of Wuilukti, to thu ui.derslgned,
who will carry on tho busln"S4 In future.
I havo nho appointed Jh. Clius 11.
Cocked, as manuger of the sal I shop,
Tho public are invited lo glvo a call,
and all blackmithlng work will be ex
ccutcd with (tenitnh.
117 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tbatio Paper
Flowers taught for !i. Lessons
clvcn in Cnivon Portniiis; und nlo the
I.Uhtning Method of Flower nnd L'linl.
senpo Palntl'iir. Flower Painting, 85;
Landscape, $10, for full courses.
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
B&- IfiO KING STREET, opposite
Kawahihio Church. ill lm
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lust rereived per stmr Auf tralln, a line assortment of
b'peclal attention is called lo our
Boy's Sailov Sc Jei'sey wuits.
40 dozen Hog Linen Knee PantF, nt n very low figure, in ttzes up to 12 ycais.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine lino of Ladle' Jersey, Iicim nnd I'.nil rilderies a greul vnrlely
Jiibt teceUed jirke veiy lw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Thcln r-gCMt Stock oi any Iiounc !
Hccelvcd direct from Eastern Mauufjc'.urcrs.
A complete nsortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
"" of a superior quality nnd pi Ices to suit th; time.
tSTltlands orders receive careful and p-oihpt attention.
S. EHRLIGH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1021 (Opposite "W. G. Irwin & Co's.)
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's
fiats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
1-Zonoliilii, II. I.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oat-t, lulng ccokcdhy Steam, and
only rupifrlnjr a short lime to prepare them for the table.
CSTThc most nutritious food known.-!
Also, Gennoa, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoke 1 Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Pruncp, Nun, Kaisins,
New Zealand, California, und Islat d l'otato?s, &e.
Also, llroom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for snlo by
Olias, Hustace, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, JF. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tlio 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 foimer
years, not only abroad, but albo in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasonn, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamehamelia IV, Ktiinehanieha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over foity years
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, ran try Cook nml Ornuuionfci' In II o lolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Botwccn Hotel and Nuuanu Stroets,
Both Telephones No 74. ' (05 3m) Eoiolulu.H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large tiuo:tiiient of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBORGS,
. EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GEKMAN COLOGNE, &o.
U'ox Sale nt XfceziHonnllo 3?jrieew'
1&J2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fine Custom Mado Clotliin
of Gent's Shoe