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FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1887.
fitmr WaUlcalo flora Katiat
StmrJ s Makeo for Kooluu nt 7 a in
Bglno Clans Sprcckcls forriau Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
ltk Glengabor. Itollcston
Jlk .Sonoma, Grifllths
Ilk Hercules, lllcs
Bktne Morning Star. Turner
Bptne Uaus SpreekoW, Diew
Bktno llattlo s bang
Ilk (IB Kinney
Bktno Planter, W It Pullman
Am bark Tim our, Brewer. Hailed
f i om Boston Dec 17, line May 1-20
Brit baik Cciatc, from Liverpool,
tine May 1-20
lint bk Scottish Lslc, W Shmcr,
Railed fioin LUciponl Jan 10 due JIny
Am bktno Hnttic S Jam;i. Ten 111,
f i om Hongkong, due Apt II 10-UO
Am bktiie.Tobn Woiatcr, lioin Xana
Imo, B C, duu Jlay 20-110
Am bk St Luulc, called fioin Xow
Yoik Jlarch 20, due September 5-30
Am bk C (J Whltmoic,T Thompson,
fioin DepaiturcU.iy, due Jlay L'0-tiu
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
K. P. AiiAMH & Co. will bold n
regular catto mile at 10 A. m. to-inoi-row.
A ooi needlewoman can obtain
employment by applying to Mrs. T.
The yearly vacation ol tbo Bell
telephone operators will commence
Tiik schooner JIary will piolmbly
nail for the South Sea Inlands ne.t
week in the interest of hor owiicih.
Havk you seen the latest novelties
ut Sachs' store? If you have not, go
thero and you shall see, what you
shall see. r
jrn. llowett has on sale at his
bookstore photographs of the Kiunii
loa. Large si.o 75 cents, and smaller
size .r)0 cents.
A white poodle" answering to the
namo of Hockey has been lost. A
reward will bo given to tho finder on
his leaving the dog at this ofliec.
Tiikhk will bo tho usual scruco at
St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening
at 7 o'clock, conducted by tho Bishop
of Honolulu. Tho Kov. II. H. Gowen
will deliver un address on the fourth
Ik there arc any persons in town
who have been students in tho Michi
gan University, will they kindly re
port to G. P. Castlo or A. F. Cooko
before- tho next steamer sails.
Civ lift hlnckhoard of Messrs. J. E.
Brown it Co. the following notice was
posted this morning: "Amateur Min
strel Entertainment for Saturday, 28
May. Box plan closed. Tickets for
chairs may be purchased at the
THE HERCULES rFcHTED.
Work on tho capsied bark ller
" t'ules was discontinued" at 5 o'clock
yesterday evoning. The sailois of tho
eescl wi'ro stuffed with good things
and sent to roost at Fowler's yard.
At 7 o'clock this morning work was
resumed. Hugo shears wero success
fully raised in position. The cablo
running underneath the vessel from
the port sido was connected with
tho shears by a heavy block and
tackle. Tho tacklo was run onto the
donkey engino, which was t'unily se
cured, and tho engine with tho as
sistance of iv tyrgo gang of men' on
another tacklo succeeded in raising
tlvo vessel about ten feet. Then came
a delay ; tho cathead got foul of tho
wharf and the shear guys wero in
danger of breaking. Tho shear guys
having been fiocd and tho cathead
cleared, tho donkey engine- and gang
weio started again. Tho easel rose
somo flvo feet nioro when thero
was another hitch. Tho mainstay
had to bo cut away. Oneo moio
started, tho vessel rose some ten
feet, nioro then tho donkey engino
slopped until tho anchor cables on
deck wero hauled to tho port biilo
and stone ballast taken in. At about
2 o'clock tho vessel was straight.
Tho accident will cost soveral hun
dred dollars. Schaofcr fc Co. aro
ngori'ts for the vessel.
AN AGCIDEOT AT SEA.
Mr. John Do Fries, with several
native men and a little native girl,
left for Waianao in Mr. Herbert's
steam launch yesterday afternoon
for fish. When off Barber's Point
about 2 :S0 o'clock thu shuft of the
engine broke. The launch anchored
just off the reef and Mr. Do Fries
with four of the natives, each carry
ing a portion of Mr. Do Fries clothes,
swam about u quaitcr of amile
through the breakers to shore. Tho
fqur 'native's returned to tlie launch
yhlo De Frjps walkeej three ' miles
tp Fuufoa. Arriving at Jtyulqa the
tpjephone was found put pf ordpr so
Mr. lie FrieB borrowed a hprso and
came to Honolulu.. He arrived hero
at about 8:80 o'clock last night and
reported tho apcident to Mr. lias
singer of tho Inteiior Department,
at 1?!I0 o'clock. The tug Eleu
left for Barber's Point, Mr. Do
Fries acting as pilot. Tho launch
was found,, where she had anchorpd
o day before, at 4 o'clook this
ipornlng, and brought to Honolulu.
i ,,ii 'i i , in.-iimi
Tho Pope is writing an encyclical
letter on the subject of socialism,
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Monday next tlfc ItOth inctant, It
will contain CO columns of original
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of news for bonding abroad. Orders
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Prieo 10 cents per copy.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho usual Saturday evening enter
tainment of thu Blue Hibbon League
will take place to-moirow evening at
the Y. M. J. A. hull. The follow
ing Is the programme:
Piano Solo Mrs. Hnnford
ltccitation ...Kov. II. II. Gowen
Bass Solo .'. . . .Mr. Levi Lyman
Heading Mrs. Crurun
Soprano Solo Mrs. Hnnford
Address Mr. Fiank Damon
ANOTHER DAMACE SUIT.
In the Clerk's oihVfc of the Su
picme Court this morning, was filed
the case of E. 11. Thomas vs. F. II.
Hayscldcn, ictitinablo nt the next
July term of Com t. The plaintiff
claims of defendant the sum of
810,000, for injury done to body
and mind of the plaintiff. The
Marshal peisonally served defen
dant with a copy of the complaint.
Messrs. C. Brown and F. M. Hatch
me counsel for plaintiff.
Professor Sidney Dickinson's lec
ture on the "Artists of Spain,"
came off at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
last evening. The loom was fairly
tilled, and the audience were highly
interested and instructed by the
speaker's lucid description of
Spain's immortal artists, more par
ticularly by his eloquent description
of the famous work of Velasqtics
and Murillo. The date of the next
lecture will be duly announced.
"Our Navy" is the title of a little
faice to be placed on the Thespian
boaids of Honolulu to-morrow even
ing. From what has leaked out
it promises to be the best scenic ela
boration of the kind ever produced
by our amateurs. Theie is certainly
nothing particularly attractive in
the title, so that the attraction must
be somewhere else. It can be noth
ing less than the interest the public
take in the nation's new acquisition.
The interesting little satire to be
produced to-morrow evening, inter
spersed with a few local hits on re
cent local events, will pioducc a
sensation that will not (ail to sway
the heart of the most impressionable
REFRESHMENTS AT THE RACES.
Mr. F. Horn is n man whose
name, whose business, whoso enter
prise, and whose woiks have been
too long and fully before this com
munity to need explanation or re
quire defence. As a baker of bread,
a maker of cakes, a manufacturer
of candies and jams, a producer of
ice creams, and a caterer for balls
and parties, his reputation has been
established for many years, and is
familiar alike to the old, the middle
aged, and the young. It is he, this
veritable Horn, who announces in
to-day's paper his intentions for the
11th of June. He has secured
from the Jockey Club tho piivilcge
of supplying refreshments to the
public within the precipcts of the
Grand Stand, at Kapiolani Park, on
the day of tho races. And to ab
viate the necessity and tioublc of
people taking with them from the
city their own edibles, he has resolv
ed to furnish them on the spot with
every variety and any quantity or
solids and liquids, of the best
quality, that may be desiied, and
at a price within the means of all.
Read his menu, and be assured that
every tiling will be in readiness on
tho occasion named.
THE RESULT OF CURIOSITY.
In tho matter of tho reported ar
rest of Mr. S. D. Fuller, the follow
ingjiartlculars were related to our
reporter at the police station and aro
as follows :
While Police Olnccr No. 10 was
going his rounds last night ho saw a
man on tho top of tho- Palace wall
fronting Likcliko street, On ap
pioaehlng him, he walkod away
quickly when the polico olllccr fol
lowed him, caught him, and arrested
him in accordance with his instruc
tions. Neither being able to under
stand ono another the polico ollicer
marched his victim to the polico
station. On arilving thero the
circumstances of tho case weio ex
plained by both paitics to Deputy
Marshal Pallia, who decided that
thero were no gi omuls for detaining
tho arrested party, and he foithwith
ordered his release.
Mr. Fuller's statement is, that ho
stood on a projection nt tho base of
tho Palace wall, and looked over,
Induced to do so by a peculiar noise
inside. On continuing his journey
towaids his home, ho was accosted,
bv a policeman who was unable to
speak English. As they were un
able to pndei stand each other, they
called in a second polico man whp
was supposed to speak English.
But ho was not much moro familiar
wjtji that langnago tian.thc lrs,
ollicer. Mr. Fuller proposed that
they go together to tho Polico Sta
tion, which they accordingly did,
whoto tho matter was explained, and
thero ended satisfactorily to both
paiticsj, Tho gentlemen will prqb
ably explain tl(o whole matter
through tho eplumns of tho Adve?'
tiatr, to-morrow morning.
1ICPOKE UICKF.UTOX, J.
Thursday, May 20th.
Stair Kapu vs. Gasper Sylvn,
damages S2U0. Appeal from Polico
Court, where judgment was given
for plaintiff for 8H0. Continued by
consent. W. A. Kinney for plain
tiff, A. C. Smith for defendant.
The King vs. Ahuna ct al., violat
ing Sunday law. Appeal fioin Dis
tiict Court, Koolatiloa. Heaid and
argued, and defendants discharged.
A. P. Peterson for the Ciown, V.
R. Castle for defendants.
The King vs. Mmx Rosenthal,
wholesale helling without license.
Appeal from Police Court, Hono
lulu. Argued and submitted. A.
P. Peterson for the Crown, W. A.
Whiting for defendant.
C. T. Gulick vs. W. L. Wilcox,
assumpsit. Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Heard, aigued
and submitted. W. It. Castle for
plaintiff, defendant in person.
Wcnner & Co. vs. Thos. Lindsay,
appellant. Replevin diamond ring.
Appeal from Police Court, Hono
lulu. Heard, argued and submitted.
Smith, Thurston & Kinney for
plaintiffs, Ashfoid & Ashford for
Wcnner & Co! vs. Theresa Cait
wiight, assumpsit for SoO. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu.
Heard, argued and submitted. W.
O. Smith for plaintiff, J. A. Magoon
THE BRITISH ARMY.
WHAT IT COST TIIK IIUIT1S1I UOVKHX-
MhST TO SUIT-OUT ITS'SUM-
The army estimates submitted to
Parliament for tho year 1887-88
were recently issued, together with
a Parliamentary paper showing the
variation of the numbers of Her
Majesty's British forces and ex
plaining the differences between tho
amounts proposed in the army esti
mates for 1887-88 and the amounts
voted for 188(5-87.
The total number of men ou the
home and colonial establishment of
the army, exclusive of those serving
in India, is 149,31)1, a decrease of
2,4711. Tho estimates show an ex-
pcndituieof 18,303,9001, of which
1."), 303,7001 aro for effective and
3,088,2001 for non-effective services.
As compared with last year's original
estimates, the amount now required
sho'ws an increase oflG0,700l. This
increase is ii respective of a supple
mentary estimate for 459,0001 for
the year 1880-87, which converts
the apparent increase into a de
crease of 398,300. The sum of
4,022,000 for the pay of the general
staff, regimental pay and allow
ances and other charges is an in
crease over the estimates of 188G
87 of (54,7001. Under this head
there is a decreasoof 15,0591 in the
paj', etc., of the general staff and
the item for maintenance ft the
native force at Suakim, which in
last year's estimates was 58,0001,
now disappears. Tho increase in
the vote mainly occuis under the
h'ad of regimental pay, which is
30,7001 moie. The other larec
items of increase are 3,300 for pay,
etc., of army accountants and sub
ordinates, 1,2221 for the veterinary
department, 3,0001 for engineer pay
to non-commissioned olllccrs and
men of the Royal Engineers, and
2,0001 for working pay of men em
ployed upon miscellaneous duties.
The sum for the purchaso of horses
80,5001 remains tho same. Tho
vote for medical establishments and
scivices 324,0001 shows a de
crease of 9,0001. Militia pay and
allowances aro estimated at 571,5001,
an increaso of 1(5,5001 ; and thero is
an increase of 30,5001 for volunteer
corps pay and allowances, the
amount in tho present estimates
being 053,000. The yeomanry vote
remains stationary at 7(5,1100. Un
der the head of provisions, forage,
fuel, transport and other services,
the estimated expenditure is 2,998,
0001, being a decrcaso of 281,0001.
Tlysio is a decrease of 30,5001 in the
vote for clothing establishments.
The estimate for tho supply, manu
facture and repair of warlike and
other stores is 2,!U!l,ufH)l, an ni
cieaso of 374,5001. This vote is
divided thus: For army service,
1,235,939; for navy service, 1,707,
SG11. Tho principal increaso- has
taken place under the hoad cart
lidges and fuses, which is 383,0001
moro, tho amount to bo voted being
425,0001. This itom Includes ex
penditures for quick-ilring ammuni
tion, and is principally for naval
requirements. Small arms show an
expenditure of 100,0001, an iucioase
of 33,0001; projectiles an expend!
tuie 103,0001, an increase of 35,000,
aud miscellaneous stores 509,8511,
an increase of 5G,7G3I. Thu Horn of
gun stocks has decreased 10,0001;
steel ordnance, 38,0001 ; gunpowder
aud gimcotton, 110,0001 ; marine
mining stores, 11,250; gun car
riages, 18,0001, and war department
vessels, 5,0001. Tlieio is an esti
mated increased expenditure of 25,
000 for aigy reserve, and 22,5001
for commissariat, transpoit and oid
napce storo establishments. Under
the head of SMperinlciilIng estab
lishments of niul expenditure for
works and buildings and repairs at
homo and abroad, theio is a de
crcaso of 03,5001, tho amount being
802,3001. Every item under non
effective services shows a decrease,
with tho exception of the rctirod,
pay, eto., whjch has incieased 45,
1001, the tqtal estimated expenditure
on tho vote being 1,232,5001. There
Is an increase of 100,000 under the
liond of "rcdiiood Indian oontrlbu
lion for offootlvo service." Tho !
additional day in tho leap year
causes an increase of 30,0001 o cr
all the votes, and defeued pay has
increased by 20,0001. "Reduced
expenditute in Egypt" shows a de
crcaso of 23,0001, supplies, fall in
prices and reduction of men, a de
crcaso of 90,0001; works, reduced
cxpenditurcd and increased appro
priations in aid (sale of lands, etc.),
a decrease of G3,."001 ; "increased
propoition of Egyptian contribution
uppiopriated in aid of army esti
mates," a decrease of 15,0001, and
"increased Indian payment for non
effective services," a decroase of
SOME OF CENERAL DjULANCER'S
Gen. Iioulanger continues to be
the obscivcd of all observers. In
the course of the week 1 had the
pleasure of breakfasting with him at
the War Olllce, where his family do
not live, "because," said the Gen
cinl, "there arc only two bed-rooms
in this immense palace just room
for myself and my wife. Rut there
is not n spot whcio I could put my
daughters to sleep." Tho General
chats delightfully. He is very anec
dotic and very fiank. We talked a
good deal of Algeria, Ceylon and
Canada. Now and then, but never
at any length, the situation of Eu
rope was discussed. The General
is not for war unless Franco is at
tacked, in which case there should
not be an instant of indecision, but
a girding up of tho loins and a
resolute facing forwatd. He thinks
war, even though it should end for
Franco in a brilliant triumph, would
bo a terrible misfortune.
Gen. Douldiigcr has a deal of
moral courage and docs not mind
what is said about him. He had
early to steel himself against harsh
gibes. "How was that, Gcncial?"
I asked. "Simply by being often
nnd for long intervals, when a boy,
in England. You know how intoler
ant English school boys aro of for
eign peculiarities, or, indeed, pecu
liarities of any sort. Now, when
ever I went on a visit to my uncles
at Ilrlghton, I always had French
made clothes and spoke English
willi a strong French accent. My
name, too, was very un-hnglish.
So I was not only for my school
mates, but for the young street
arabs, 'a French dog' and 'froggj','
and many other things equally hate
ful in their eyes. Tho boxing match
es wero endless. My uncles insisted
on my learning how to defend
myself and take my own part. My
temperament Is a British product.
I learned in Brighton how to stand
being 'roasted' with gibes, and don't
mind a bit how I am abused, laugh
ed at or calumniated."
Tho General is one of the best
business inon in France. He is
very methodic nnd has an extraor
dinary memory. I have sometimes
dropped into the War Olllce at mid
night and much later on my way
home from soirees, and found him
at his desk. One is pretty euro to
find him in his olllce up to 2 o'clock
in the morning. He is chivaliously
courteous to women, and is much
beset by them. There is a drawing
room at tho Ministry of War ex
clusively set npait for ladies who
come to solicit favors of the General
for friends, lclatives or proteges
who aio in the army. For many
hours in tho day it is usually well
filled with elegantly dressed ladles.
Mine. Iioulanger seldom goes to the
Ministry of War. All tho family
board at the Louvre, but not at the
table d'hote. She and her daughters
say that they were happier before
the General rose so high and had so
much to do, because he was then
able to spend the most of his .even
ings with them. He is at his fire
side a delightful companion. The
young ofllccis belonging to his
ofllcial staff are treated by him tit
table as comrades. Rut tho instant
thoy rise from it he niaHcs them feel
their distance from him. In this
way ha commands thoir affection
and maintains strict discipline. No
slacknoss in business is endured by
him. Paris Corr. N. Y. Tribune.
-BBSS-" - "-J
New Yoik, May 7. Special.
It is leported that there will bo an
ocean race of proportions that will
dwaif that between tho Dauntloss
and Coronet. This is the latest
event exoiting the nautical world.
(It is nothing less than a iacc be
tween clipper ships from this port
around Capo Horn to SanFiaiicisco.
The vessels are the half dipper ship
Seminolo of Sutton's line, now lying
at pier 19, East livor, and tho clip
per Charmer of Van Vleel's lino,
now lying at pior 1 1. Several thou
sand dollais have already been
wagered on the race and moro money
will be put up when the fact that
theio is tu bo a raco becomes gene
ally known. Both vessels have fast ic
couls, .Tho race has an original
feature. Thqiarmor master of the
Seminole, Cafrotn Holmes, when
blio beat tho Charmer, will command
the latter, while his foimer mate,
Captain Hatch, will sai tie Semi
nole. The vpsscs wil leave this
port o(i Tuesday. Tho cicws have
not yet been shipped and will not
all bo selected before Monday. Tho
affair has been kept yery quiet. In
the ofllces of tho company all know
ledge of it is disclaimed. fMormng
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL in ppieul eLry evualni; in tiio lnr
ronm, and patrons will ilnd everything
toHultilio taiu of tho must fustlill us
epicures. 47 tf
hululr of Kiipi i lor qimli'y "re now
fiirnlloat thu l'.l le Ire t'loitii I'.irlors.
They are really del emus. 47 lw
A W AN T 8 CTp P L I E D-Tiik
"IIi.kii:" Hook, .Ion asu Kkwsi'ait.k
Omen, corner of Queen and II Strci't,
opposite olllce of the lloitil of Health,
hnvc, hi connection with their alruiidy
Extensive Printing Establishment, just
received per S. 8. Australia, through
Messr. Palmer & Key, of Snn Francis,
co, direct from tho ninnufitctory, New
York Oily, A GORDON JOB Mil NT.
ISO PRESS, oueoftue Uncut ami best
In tho world, atid of the largest tlzc
made. Thero Is nothing In thU conntry
to compare with It. To examine this
flue piece of workmanship is worth a
visit to the 'Kt.Ki.K' Ofllr-c. It excels
In doing the llnot kind of uoik In the
shortest possible time.
Merchants nnd others re pilrlng Print
ing of any kind done nt ohort notice,
and at rcfwoimblu rates, will do well to
glvo the "Er,n.t:" unite a call. Tele
phone No. M4. lm:i:i
HAVING recently engaged a first,
dnss Olldcr and Moulding Maker,
we nro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair nnd re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor nnd Picture
Frames made over as good as new, nnd
nt prices within Hie reach of all. The
public aro Invited to call nnd Inspect
tome of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, llronc. Copper or Metal wo enn
do. KING IiUOS., Akt Stoiik. 17
1 f( LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chew.
JLUv log 8tloks, or so-called 11 r
hers' Poles, nnd fash, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to be fur superior and fold cheaper
than any Imported, nt F. HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory and Jiakcry
nnd Ico Cream Parlor. 851 f
Da. Flint's Hkakt Hkmkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circultiaou. Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Ilenson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
S PERRY'S No. 1 Familv Flour is
ollered for salo by GONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. (il
Dew Drop Inn,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
I 8 jj O W O 1? 13 IST .
The finest nnd best brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept ou hand.
On Satuidav, May 28, free driuks and
lunch from It a.m. to 3 p in.
tST" All kinds of Temnernnce Drinks.
A. K. PELEKALUHI,
48 lw Proprietor.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will again coiumenrn onerntlonH on
Tluit-Kilay, May KOth,
nnd will supply Tnro Flour In any
With now and improved machinery
and other apparatus, tho present mana.
gcr Ruarnntees to supply Turo Flour that
will mnke a better clabs of poi than ever
All orders to bo sent to W. II. Cum
min?, Malinger, at tho Factory, Wal
lukti, Maui, or to W, G. Irwin & Co,
Agcntr, Honolulu. -14 lm
JMLA A COTTAGE, situated on
flBjgg School street, near tho Bridge
HiHl- containing 0 rooms, besides
pantry, kltchenbntli room, nnd billiard
room, with fernery and stable.
For further particulars apply to Geo.
C. Lees, al J. T. Watcrhouso's Queen Ht.
Store. 44 tf
TIIK undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Assignee of the
estate of John M. Knpcnu, bankrupt,
hereby notifies all parlies Indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against pnid
estate to present them without delay at
his olllce No. 1S8 Merchant street. Hono
lulu. CIIAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12. 1887. :i5
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Scholia, nf Walhiku, Maul,
has sold all right, title nnd Interest in
tho blacksmith shop, situutcd on tho
righiiHhlo of Knhului road, in thu said
dlstiict of Walluku, to thu undersigned,
who will carry on tho Innings in future.
I have also appointed Mr. CIioh. 11.
Cockett, ns manager of the Bald chop,
'I ho public aro invited to glvo n call,
nnd nil blncksmithlng work will bo ev
ecuted with despatch.
!I7 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of TIeuuo Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given In Crayon Portraits; and alfo tho
Lightning Method nf Flower and Land,
scape Palntlnir. Flower Painting, 95;
Landscape, $10, for full rounvH.
Orders taken for Ornyon Portraits and
AST lf!0 KINO STREET, opposite
Kawuhihuo Church. ill lm
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3SoyH Sailoi' Ac JTevey Hull!-.
40 do7en Hoy's Linen Kuco Pant?, nt n very low figure, in tlcs up to 12 ycats.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A line lino of Lndles' Jersey, Iicoj nnd Embnldcrlcs a great vnrlcly
Just iccelvtd price y lj.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
TIiclnrgcNt Stack of any Iiouho !
Hccelved direct from l!atcru .M uu i ic'.urers.
A complete nfortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of n superior ipmlity and pi Ices to suit tin times.
tSflflands orders receive careful and prompt attention.
S, EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
I03l (Opposite W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
fat's, Youth's and Boys Fine Custom Made Clothiug,
fiats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
Honolulu, II. I.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
.Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of n licit and OaH, IisIdk ccokedjby Steam, and
only requiring a short lime to prt paro them for the table.
CSTThc most nutritious food knowu.tda
Also, Gormen, Gum, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Pmncr, Nuts, Raisins,
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &c.
Also, lirooni Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for Bale by
Clias, Hustace, - - King- Street.
. The Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public tbat from this day on be is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in foimer
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, ns also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehamelm IV, Kamehamcha V, and
Liunalilo, ami having tho honor of supplying the piesent royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment; having oe'r foity years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
I'rartlral Coarectloner, Pantry Cook anil Ornamentrr ln;iroiolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets, . '
Both Telephones No 74. (-. :tm) Honolulu, H. It
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
COLGATE & CO.,
LUJUN'S, ATKINSON'S, ' '
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOG2fE,J&o.
lOoi Sale at HeiiNonadble DPr-iee.
of Gent's Shoes
well - known In anils of
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