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SATUUDAY, MAY 28. 1887.
Stmr I.lkollke from Kahulul
Mmr Klnnit from windward purls
Stmr V, It Ulshop from Initial
Schr Mol Wiihlno from llaiutikiia
tirlir Jlulcuktilii f i oni Popcokeo
VESSELS LEAVING TUESDAY.
Strar Kltiau for Windward l'orts nt 4
Stmr Llkellke (or Knhuluiand waypoits
nt u p in
Slmr Mokolll for Moloknl nt 5 p m
From windward potts, per steamer
Klunti, Muy 'J8tli Mrs Oliluii, Arthur
Johnstone, AINs Low, .1 Canarlo. C II
J.ohtnutiti, Chus I.awson, Mrs George
Andrews, D I. All rimrt. J ' llubenstelii.
1 Lyons, J Franklin, C It Mnkce,Mis 10
Jones, Kev .1 M Sliver, K Katrura, Al
Kcya ami OS deck.
From Maul and Molokal, per steamer
Likellkc, May 23th-llon S 11 Dole, l)r
Nil Kmeison, DrMourltz, U Alo, Mrs
Weight, T Varney, M V lhilshaw. II
Morrison. .MUxl)rI. M Ingorsoll, Miss
Bcekwlth, Miss Abide, W Von Ullle,
several Chinese, 1 prisoner and 77 deck,
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kliiau 5.503 bags sugar, ISO hides,
Si bags ginger, 110 pkjrs siindiles.
Stmr I.lkellko U5SI bags sugar, 150 bags
potatoes, i!8 bags taro.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Glenjraber, Knlltwton
Ilk Sonoma, Grltllths
Ilk Hercules, llcs
. Uktne Morning Star, Turner
llktnc llattlo n Hang
Bktno Planter, W it Porrlmau
Am bark Tlmoiir, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Unt bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktne Hnttte S Bangs, Terrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-110
. r Am bktne John Worster, from Xana
Jmo, B O, duo May 20-'.IO
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from New
York March 20, due September ii-UO
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Pepaituro Hay, due May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk old Astor House is no more
The bark Guillernio is to bo sold.
Kino Bros, art gallery is being re
novated. Thk Hawaiian Band is playing at
the baseball match this afternoon.
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a sale
of diamonds and jewelry next Thurs
day. Mkhhiw. Allen & Kobhwon have
Departure Bay coal for sale, in lots to
r W '
The Benedicts and Honnlulus aro
playing nt bnsebnll tliis afternoon nt
Thk Minstrels' show at the Ha
waiian Opera House this evening, is
the place for fun nnd laughter.
Chas. Moltcno went boat Failing
yesterday with his little girl, but did
not capsize- in the surf as reported.
lv yon want to seo a sponger, look
in Hollister's window; and if you
want to see an ejection cartoon, look
in McCarthys window.
Special attention is invited to the
G. A. R. notices in to-day's paper. It
will be eeen that the route of proces
sion lias been altered from the original
courso laid down, owing to tho condi
tion of tJio streets.
Rkmoiouh services, in the English
language, for the benefit of English
speaking Hnwaiians, will bo held
henceforward in tho Queen Emma
Hall, Sunday afternoons, beginning
at 3 o'clock and continuing for one
Major Ashfonl, of the Honolulu
Jtillex, was elected Lieutenant-Colonel
of the corps last night, and Captain
Henry Fitzpatrick Hcbbard was
elected Major. Company A of tho
Rifles is now without tv captain, but
will elect ono on next Thursday
Thk eucalyptus trees in the Gov
crnmeut,foicst nt Mnkiki lire com
mencing to blossom, which shows a
rapid development for their nge. Tho
samo variety of eucalyptus seldom
hlossoms'in its nativo country under
five yoars of ago, unless in exception
ally rich noil.
ritOFESSon L. L. Van Slyko's lect
ure on "The Chemistry of Life and
Deatli" wns delivered in tho Y. M. C.
A. Hall last ovoning before an appro-
infivn. thfiliph not VorV lttrCO
audience. The experiments created
Hurprwoaud wonder, nnd tho audi
ence frequently expressed their de
light by hearty jounds of applause.
Tho tent for the go-as-you-please
race is up, the band staud erected
inside, a stand for tho refcreo and
press, n position for tiie blackboard
nnd marker and seats for tho spec
tators in the center, are about com
pleted. Tho race will begin next
Thursday evening nt 7 o'clock, and
will continue fpr four hours. At 7
' o'clock Friday night, tho race will
be resumed, and on Saturday night
jt 11 o'clock, It will be concluded.
Twenty-ilvo cents will be tho ad
mittance fee. Tho prizes (51) for
tho runners will bo a percentage of
THE BT 3TQVF. COAL 111 THE M RKST,
Mr. y. M, Carlor, King street,
has just received and has on sale
Departure Bay Coal of llio best
qunlity, mid it prepared lo fill orders
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
May 2fitti F. B. Aucrbach, IIc
Mny 28th I'lios. Vnriiny, San
Francisco; M. W. Belslmw, Han
FraucUco ; M. J. Franklin, .San
Francisco; W. Von Uffel, Klpahulii,
Maui; II. Morrison, Mniii.
A Sad Accident
A MAN'S HEAD CRUSHED !
A Hopeless Case.
A young native man, Akalii by
nnmc,' employed nt the warehouse
of Mr. J. T. Wnterhousc, Queen
street, had Ills head crushed by n
heap of corrugated iron falling on
him tliis afternoon. His jnw and
nose appealed to bo broken. His
tongue hung out of his mouth sev
eral inches and thick blood stream
ed freely. Dr. McGrew was sent
for, but there is little hopes of sav
ing him. Dr. F. L. Miner came on
the scene later on and it was de
cided that the case was hopeless,
though life wns not extinct as we
went to press.
DR. COTO'S PROJECTED DEPARTURE.
Dr. Goto, who lias so successfully
treated many patients at Kaknako
Hospital, is about to leave the coun
try for n time. He purposes Bailing
in the S. S. Australia, to leave on
the 7th proximo, and will proceed
through to England, and remain
there for about two years in pursuit
of the special study of leprosy
which lie lias made a specialty.
During his absence, his place will
be filled by Dr. lwai, who will occupy
Dr. Goto's oIIIcp, and also attend
to his leprous patients at Kaknako.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening enter
tainment of the Blue Ribbon League
will take place this evening at
the Y. M. C. A. hall. The follow
ing is the programme:
Piano Solo Mrs. Hnnford
Recitation Rev. H. II. Gowen
Bass Solo Mr. Levi Lyman
Reading Mrs. Crttzan
Soprano Solo Mrs. Ilanford
Address Mr. Frank Damon
THE NEXT SUMMARY.
The next issue of the Bulletin
Summary will bo on Monday next.
This will be an unusually large num
ber, and will contain the articles
on constitutional subjects for which
thero was such an extraordinary
demand the early part of this week
in addition to other valuable original
matter. Trice 10 cents per copy.
Orders can bo left at J. II. Sopor's,
A. M. Ilewett's or tho Daily Bul
A JUMP FOR LIBERTY.
While tho steamer JCiJauea Hou
was steaming past Waikiki on Tues
day afternoon last, bound on her trip
to Hawaii, one of tho native sailors
elected to desert her. Ho accord
ingly divested himself of all cloth
ing excepting a pair of tliiu pants,
jumped overboard and swam ashore.
He was not long at liberty, how
ever, as he was recognized as a
dosprter, arrested, and brought be
fore the authorities yesterday. He
was ordered to pay costs ami return
to his employers.
MEMORIAL SERVICE IN MUSIC HALL.
Monday evening at half pnst 7
o'clock, tho literary and musical
services in honor of America's pat
riot dead will be .held. Tho follow
ing will bo the order of services :
Music American uvcrti.ro
Royal Hawaiian Band
Reading General Orders
, Adjutant James F. Noblo
Chorus of children dheeted by Prof.
Music Rest, Soldier, Rest!
.Quartetto, directed by Prof. Yarndley
Prayer... Acting Chaplain J. A. Criizan
Music Marching Through Georgia..
Cuorus of children directed by Prof.
Reading Odo to Decoration Day....
Mrs. W. L. Hopper
Muslo Battle Hymn of the llcpubltc..
..Quartetto directed by Prof. Vnrndley
Oration Comrndo R. Jay Grccno
Mulc Recollections of tho Wat
Royal Hawaiian Bupd
Who exercises will begin promptly
at half-past 7, and will bo not more
than an hour and a qunitcr long. A
rronnral invitation is crivcii: all
Americans aro especially requested to
Tho comrades of the Geo. W.
DeLong Post will assemble to-morrow
evening at 7 o'clock, at head
quarters, King street, and inarch
to Fort'Strcet Churcli to attend a
Memorial Service which will bo con
ducted by Comrade J. A. Cnuan,
assisted by Comrado Mcrritt. Order
No. 2, is to the effect that the com
rades will meet at headquarters on
King street, nt 3 o'clock, on Monday
afternoon in dark clothes, whito
gloves, black felt hats and badges.
From thence tho column will bo es
corted by tho Honolulu Rifles along
'the lino of March, along King street
to Fort street, up Foit street to
Kukul, along Kukul to Nuuanu
, Aycuuo to tho cemetery, wlicro np
moprlntv eorvk'oa will lip hwhl ut
lliu 0, A, It. plot In honor of tin
meinuiy uf their deceased comrades.
A special request is made limb all
who pWpose contributing flowers,
bouquets, etc., for decointivc pur
poses send them l( tho hall on King
street as tally as convenient. Sec
tion VI of Order 2, requests that
"Comrades will endeavor to impress
upon their friends that Memorial
Day is not n holiday devoted to
amusement, but a holy day, sacred
to the memory of thousands who
died that our country might live,
and it is hnpul that our whole com
munity will unite with us in the
solemnities uf the day, nnd will, so
far ns pnicticable, closu their places
of business in the afternoon of
In the evening the comrades will
meet nt the rear entrance of the
Music Hall mid attend the exercises
which will be held in that house, the
programme of which we give else
where. BANCO DECISION.
A decision wns filed yesterday in
the case of John II. Wood vs. B. F.
Dillingham on nppcal from order of
.1 iidd, Chancellor, continuing with
modifications Master's report. It
was referred to the Master lo ascer
tain the amount which the market
value of the estate in controversy
was enhanced by the permanent im
provements put thereon by the de
fendant. The Master reported that
there was a balance due to the
defendant of Si,C70.20.
Tho Court find that the amount
payable to the defendant and the
Woodlawn Dairy Company will be
83,020.20. Costs of appeal to be
equally divided. W. A. Kinney and
W. A. Whiting for plaintiff, F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
1IEF01IE l'UESTOS, J.
Friday, May 27th.
Ylm Quou vs. A. J. Cartwright,
in equity. Plaintiff is the lessee of
a certain piece of land situate in the
burnt distiict, Mnunaken street, and
defendant is the guardian of the
minor children of A. J. Holt,
owners of said land. Defendant
had sued plaintiff in the Police
Court for arrears of rent, which he
alleges he is willing to pay after
being allowed reduction for a cer
tain portion of the land taken by
Government for the purpose of
street widening. The bill prays
that defendant be enjoined not to
proceed with the case in the Police
Court until further order of Court,
and that the rent of the land be
apportioned. At the close of plain
tiff's case counsel for defendant
moved for a dismissal of the bill on.
the ground that nothing had been
shown to the Court that plaintiff
was legally evicted from the por
tion of land claimed to have been
taken by the Government, defen
dant relying on His Honor's decision
rendered in Bradley's appeal in re
widening of Foit street wherein it
was pointed out that certain forma
lities of law not having been com
plied with, that therefore the action
of tho Commissioners to award dam
ages for lands taken was void.
Plaintiff's counsel contended that
sufllcient had been shown to the
Court that his client was not in the
enjoyment Of all of his land, and
whatever irregularities there may
have been in the mode of Govern
ment's acquiring land for road pur
poses, that plnintiff should not be
made to suffer for them. His Honor
remarket that the principles involved
in the case were important, and as
they would effect tho interests of
other lessees and owners, he would
consider the case and file Ids deci
sion in writing. C. W. Ashford for
plaintiff, W. A. Kinney for defen
dant. SMALL BEGINNINGS.
"Yes, sir," he said proudly, "I
began life a barefooted boy, and see
where I am now."
"Yes, you are way up, but you
had a big advantage at tlitj start."
"You began life a barefooted boy,
the rest of us began life as barefooted
An average of C0,000 yards of
hotel carpets is sold in New York
at auction every season. Some
hotels make a carpet last three
years, and otheis purchase new car
pets every year. From these partly
worn carpets second-class hotels and
boarding houses make a choice.
There wns a marked decrease in
tho consumption of tobacco in Eng
land last yoar.
Saturday, May 28th.
Two German tailors were convict
ed of drunkenness, and fined $5
eaeli and costs.
F. Schifcr was found guilty of
nssault and battery, nnd lined 85
nnd 81.30 costs. '
Mrs.tHclilfor, charged with dis
turbing the quiet of tho night wus
reprimanded nnd discharged.
Kaumakaimm Church. Bcv. J.
Walaiuuu, pastor. Sunday Fcliool at
U:30a. ii. Preaching at UK10 a. m.
Kawaiahao Church. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. it. Preaching at H a. m. Youug
people's meeting at 7:30 v, m,
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Claw In tho parlor at 0:43 a. m., con
ducted by tho General Secretary. Gos
pel Praleo Service nt U 30. I'.m. (Jome and
Iniiig a friend.
Ciukuui; rjiuncit. Pott fttiMMinnr
roii'iT Heiclniiln. Mr. To Teng IV,
uviingelht, hliieco Hniuliv school,
(itfOA. M. Chinese and KnglMi Sun
day School, 2:ao 1'. M. Pi'dulilng 11
A. M. ami 7)130 r. M. Bible eliiss hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 i. m.
Bethel Union Coxoreoatios.
Rev. E. 0. Oggol. pastor. Sunday
tcbool and Bible class to-morrow at
0 :15 o'clook. Lchoii : "The Bed Serf."
Ex. 14:1(I-U1. Services at 11 o'clock,
with a mm moil bv tho ltev K. C. Oggcl,
on "Prtei's wife's inotlior." All aro
cm dial ly Invited. No evening ser
Fort-si nixr Cnuncii. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, j.nstoi Scnlees nt 11 a. m..
with M'limm by the pator. Annual
memorial ten lee, under the auspices of
Geo. W. DeLong Post will be held In
tin; evening. Comrndfi Cumin will
pi'cnclut memnihit "Crmoii, and Comradu
.Men itt will assist In the opening excr
ele. Geo. W. Dclomr Pot w III attend
in a body. The church will be decor
ated, and the choir will render appro
priate music. All arc invited.
Roman Catholic Cathkiiral.
Bellglous nm Ices on every .Sunday at
the Human Catholic Cathedral at Hono
lulu. 0 and 7 A. M., low masses with
Holy Communion; 10 a. m., high ina
with eonnoii, cither In Hawaiian, or in
Portuguese, or In KnglMi, alternating
accordliigto the three principal different
nationalities of the. churcli; '1 l. M.,
ioary and catechism; -1:00 1 M., In
Miuctlnu and benediction of the BlesMid
St. Andrkw's Cathedral. First
Congicgatloii. Holy Communion, 0:30
A. m. Morning prayer with crmnn at
0:30 A. M. Pieacher,the BIhop of Hono
lulu. Chinee service at 2 r. m.
Kenong with sermon by the Rev.
II. II. Gowen at 0 i. .v. All tents
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace. A. M.. pastor. Morning
Prayer, with sermon, at 11:15 a. m.;
evening prayer, with sermon, at 7:30
l'. M. Sunday school meets at 10 A. m.
Seats free at all services.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Satnrflay Eveiii, May 28
Amateur Minstrel Co.
First performance of the third series,
on which occasion will be pro.
Screaming Local Farce
Full particulars later.
Bnx plan now open at the offlco of J.
K. Brown & Co. 45
OFFERS FOR SALE
The Following Goods
Ksc " Sco'tlsh Lassie,"'
Imperial Sperm Candles,
Door Mit. assorted.
Gttlvanlzid F.-nee Wire, 4, r and 0,
Galvanized Fence S'aplcs,
Seaming Twine, -l.ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Huubnck's White Lead,
" Hud Lend,
IIubback Boiled & R.iw Llnsed Oil,
II. 7, 8, 0 and 10 ft. Galv. Iroa Hooting
Plain Galv. Iron, Iildcc Capping,
Galv. Iron Tubs and Buckets',
Saucepans, Tea Kettles. &c.
Single, DouUo & Children's Iron
A full a-sorlinentof
Galv Iron Pipe
3-1,78, 1 nnd iy laoh Short
A ood Aattortment of
in assorted wld'hs from 3 ft.
to 18 feet wide.
Cala. I. X. L. Lime.
Po i tin ml Cement, &c, Ac.
Qa account of tho prevalence In
the United States of America of tho
disease " Contagious Plcura.pueu.
monlii of Cattle," notlco Is hereby
given that all cittlo arriving in ths
Kingdom f-om any part of tho
ahnvementloned country, will bo
llahlu to a Quarantine of not less
than Ninety (00) Days, and pnssl.
lily for a longer p riod, according
to Sccilcm IV Chapter XXIX of tho
Revised Liwm or 1831.
By order of thu Board of Inspect.
i 2w Ejieeutlvo Inspector.
ONE GOOD SOUND
fnnilly Marc perfectly
nafo to drive by ladies
or children Apply to
At No. 10 Quecu St,
'PHE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL is cpieiid every evening In tue bir.
room, and patrons will find cverjlhlng
to suit 'ho taste of the most fuslldl us
epicures. -17 tf
CREAM CAKES nul Chocolate
hcl.ilrf of suptilor qiuill y Hre now
for silo Ml thn Kl Ic Ice ('temn Pirlorc,
They aro really del cioih. -17 v.
A WANT SlTpPlIeD-Tiii:
"Ki.kik" Book, Jim and Ni.whi-api.k
OkI'Icu, corner of Qucui and II Street",
opposite ofllco of iho Bo ltd of Jlcilth,
have, In connection witli their already
Ex'enslvu Piloting Establishment, just
received pir S. S. Australia, through
Slcssrs. Palmer & Hey, of Sun Francis
co, direct fioni tho mmuf ictory. Now
York City, A GORDON JOB I'HINP.
INO PRES3, ono of the finest and best
In the world, ami of tho largest tiro
made. There is nothing In thlsconnto
to compare with it. To examine this
fine pleco of workmanship is worth a
visit to the "Kt.Ki.r.'' Ofllce. It excels
In dohu; 'he llne-t kind of woik in the
shortest possible time.
Merchants anil others re piirlng Print.
lug of any kind done at short notice,
and at rcuxotmblu rates, will do well to
give Iho "Ei.Fr.B" ofllco a call. Tele,
phono No. M4. lni:t:l
HAVING recently engaged a first,
class Glhler and Moulding Maker,
wo aro now fully preptred to manufac
ture, repair and rogllil any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor nnd Pictures
Frames made over as good as new, and
at prices within tho reach of all. Tho
public aie hulled to call and Inspect
tome of this work. Homcuibcr, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BROS., Art Store. 17
1 ff LBS. Fro-h Home-Modo Chew.
Ivu leg Slinks, or so-called Bir.
bers l'o'ex, nnd f h, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I gunr.in.
tco to be fr superior and fold cheaper
than any imported, nt P HORN'S I'iou
cer Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
and Ice Cream Parlor. 85tf
Dr. Flikv'h Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease nnd also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaou. Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Acent8. 354
S PERRY'S No- 1 Familv Flour Is
ollered for sale bjr GOJsSALVES &
CO., Q leen Street. CI
Dew Drop Inn,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
I S 1 O -V O I E X .
Tho finest nnd best brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept on hand.
On Saturday, May 28, free drinks and
lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p m.
t2T All kinds of Tcmocranro Drinks.
A. K. PELEKALUHI,
43 Iw Proprietor.
Taro Flour Factory,
Wilt ncAln commence opcratlonHon
ThurHdny, Slay KOtli,
and will supply Taro Flour la any
With now and improved machinery
nnd other apparatus, t tic present inuna
ger guarantees lo supply Taro Flour that
wll make a better class of poi than tver
All orders to bo sent to W. II. Cum
mlns, Manager, at tho Factory, Wal.
luku, Maul, or to W. U.Irwin & Co.,
Agent, Honolulu. 4-1 Im
MM t A- COTTAGE, situated on
fliJByjffi Sch 'ol street, near tho Bridge
"MB containing 5 rooms, besides
pantry, kitchen, buth room, and billiard
room, with fcrncty and stable.
For further particulars apply to Geo.
C. Lcos, at J. T. Waterhousc's Queen St.
Store. 44 tf
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertUo in the Daily Huli.kiin.
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Afsignco of tho
stato of Jnliii' M. Kaioau, hankruj t,
hen by notillcs all parlies indebted to
said cta'o lo make Immediate najmeni,
and thofo haviug claims agalnt Mild
citato In present I hem without dclav at
his ollleo No. 33 Merchant street Hono.
lulu. CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12. 1887. !5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fied Pchnltz.nf Walluku, Maul,
has sold all right, title and inturot in
tho blacksmith shop, Mtuated on flie
riglp sliloof Kahulul road, in tho said
distiict of Wailuku, to tho undersigned,
who will carry on iho hii'Ini-ss in future.
I have nl-o appointed Mr. Chus B.
Oockeit, as manager of tho hail shop,
'Iho public aro invited to give a call,
and all blacksmlthlng work will bo ex
ecuted with despatch.
37 Im JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tifsuo Papor
Flowers taught for 3. Lessons
given in Oravnn Portraits; and nUo tho
Lightning Method of Flower and Lsnd.
scape Palntl'ie. Flower Painting, 95;
Lnndcapc, $10, for full courses
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
Bar IM) KINQ STREET, opposite
Kawahihio Church. IM Im
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
'it) column, f a per uiiuum.
Just received per stmr Amtiulia, a fine assortment of
Special attention Is called to our
13oy' SSailov Sc .JTeiey Niiits.
40 do?cn IJos Linen Knee Pants, nt a very low figure, in tizes up to 11 yenra.
A large assortment of
DRY. AND FANCY GOODS
A line line of Ladles' Jor8y, Liros and Embroideries a great virlety
Just iC'civLd prhci ety 1 iw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tlicla recMt Stock of nny Iioumg !
Received direct from Eastern Manufacturers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and pi Ices to suit the times.
t3flflands orders receive careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1011 (Oppmdto W. G.'lrwin & Co's.)
; EG AN
Gent's, Youths ill Boy's Fine Custom Made Clolliii,
fiats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Aro an entirely new preparation of wheat ami Out-", belnjj tooUeiljby Steam, nnd
only requiring n short lime to prepare them for the tabic.
CSFTho most nutritious food known .-a
Also, Gormen, Gem, Grulinm Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D ites, Pruncr, Nuts, Ita'sins,
Now Zeuland, Cullfornl i, and Iduud l'oialo:s, &v.
Also, Uroom Corn, excellent for chicken feoJ, for sain by
Olias, Hnstacc, - - King; Streei.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HOKN, Proprietor of tlu
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state ocensons, ni also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehamelia IV, Kainehainchii V, and
Lunalilo, and having 0)0 honor of supplying the picsunt royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty yc: rs'
practical experience in this lino of business.
1'rnctlcal Confectioner, 1'aHtry Cook and Oriiamontrr In'ltu-inlula.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Stroot,
Botweon Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- ("5 Mm) Honolulu. K. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo tmorttnent of
Composing thu well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' &' A LOII A, HOY T' S COLOGNE
FAHLNA GE11MAN COLOGNE,po.
of Gent s Shoes