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MONDAY, MAY 80, 1887.
Stmr I.ohua from Hamakua
American Ship Tlmour, Cnpt Johnson,
158 days from JJoston
Stnir Mlkidiala from Knuiit
Stmr Surprise from Kuan
Stmr Jag Jlokeo fiom Koohiu
Schr Canutu from Laupnhoohoa
Sclir Wntolui from Wiilalua
Sola- Knulllua from Kauai
Schr lluela frotn Koulau
Scbr Caterlna from Hannlel
Stmr Walnlealo for Kauai at u ) m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluau for Windward l'oi Is at I
Stmr Likelikc for Kuhulul and way poits
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 m
Stmr mi in rise tot Laupahoehoe and
Stmr Lolma for Hamakua ut 5 p m
Sclir Wiilctiu for Walalua
Sclir Halcakala for Tcpeckco
Sclir Hceia for Walalua
Stmr Mlkahaln for Kauai at 0 p m.
From Kauai, per Stmr Mlkabala, May
20 Col Z S Spalding, Z K Meyer. K A
Maclle, Jr. J J Williams. Mrs Wilson,
Mrs Allan, W E II I)overlll, W Sohultzc,
Mr Pedlar, wife and child, P W Glade,
11 WT Purvis, Jlis 11 Isenberff, Miss
Bergor, W E Kowcll, J KrlgMock, S
Ehrllcli, Miss Mary Ann I.ovcll, and 22
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Surprise :i,030 bags of Mignr.
Mikahala 1,182 hags of sugar, 11 hides,
GO sheep, and '20 head of cattle.
Lehua 2,500 bags of sugar.
Makec 10!) bags of Migar, GDIS hags of
rice, 100 hags of rice bran, 20 bags
awa, and 12o bhls molasses.
Schr Canute 3,200 bags of sugar.
Mr J Oat has made a new main sail
for the schooner Halcakala.
MrE It Ilynn is building u cabin on
the deck of the steamer SurprUc. When
the new cabin Is finished tac old one,
below deck, will be converted Into a
T.'o,tho wife of J. McLean, May 30th,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Custom,Houso closed at noon
The steamer Wa'ialcalo is tho only
steamer leaving to-day.
Mn. Justice Bickerton will preside
at Chambers this wcck
The gross receipts of Saturday
night's minstrel show were $02(5.
The regular meeting of' Lodge lo
Progrcs will bo held this evening.
All tho leading business houses
closed this noon, in honor of Memo
The British ship Glcngabor will
sail for San Francisco on Wednesday
Mkssks. J. E. Brown & Co. have n
blacksmith's shop to let on King
street, rccentlv occupied by Mr.
"tt'in: barkentiuo Ilattic S. Bangs
will sail on Wednesday or Thursday
next, for Hongkong, with Chinese
Nearly every vessel in tho harbor
had its ensign at half-mast to-day,
out of respect to tho memory of
America's patriot dead.
Five yoko of oxen, a bullock cart,
and yokes and chains, belonging to
tho cstato of Domingo Lopez llauios,
will bo sold by Mr. Lewis J. Levoy,
to-morrow at noon, in front of his
The mate of tho steamer Lehua
roports speaking to tho S. S. Knitni
loa, Saturday night, with the islands
of Samoa in tow. Tho cook and Sam
Maikai wcro in good health.
Mil. Henry Hart has invited tho
Honolulu Rifles, on their ictum
from tho cemetery this afternoon, to
march into tho Elito parlors and bo
stuffed with good things.
Ouh fortnightly summary for trans
mission nbroad, containing seventy
columns of original mattor, was pub
lished this morning, and can bo had
at Mr. Soper's, Mr. Hcwott's, or tho
The performance of tho Honolulu
Amateur Minstrel Company, next
Thursday night, will bo entirely
different from Saturday night's. Tho
box plan will bo open at J. E. Brown's
at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning.
There was to havo been a child
ren's May-polo danco at Thomas
Bqunro on May 1st, and was post
poned on account of rain. Tho
parents of children who wcro to havo
taken part in tho danco arc anxious
to know when the danco is to come
Fights wcro in order on Queen
street yesterday. Two policemen had
ii fight with a drunken foreigner.
Tho policemen pulled tho man's hair
and cars, and clubbed his head with
n. oano. Then somu German sailors
had a fight, and lastly about a dozen
The Honolulu Killcs, companies
A and 11, assembled ut tho armory at
2 o'clock this afternoon, and after an
hour's drill, marched to King street,
whoro lino of 'inarch was formed, loft
in front. At the cemetery a suluto
will bo fired by a squad of non-commissioned
oillcers under command
pf Capt. Ungcr.
Mil. Dickinson's lcutuio is pott
pohed fiom" to-night until i'riday
Mrs. Defiics guvo a pleasant little
feast to her friends, last Saturday
ovening, at hot residence, Lclco.
A sergeant of tho Household
troops daily drills tho Police forco
with guns, in tho Court yard.
Five competent carpcnteis can
lluil employment at good wugeo, by
immediately appling nt Mr. (Julick's
The sale of llev. E. C. Oggol's
furniture, by Messrs. E. P. Adams &
Co., will be on Thursday next, and
While Captain Kcalm was prepar
ing to leave his house yestorday for
church, his horse started off with the
buggy alone. The result was a gen
' Ml !''
The man Akahi, whoso skull was
smashed in on Saturday afternoon
last as leported in thoto columns,
died about half-past !1 o'clock on the
afternoon of that day.
Tin: Ilex. Alex. Mackintosh begs
to remind tho ladies engaged in mak
ing collections for St. Andrew's
Cathedral building fund, that their
collections will bo gladly received by
him to-morrow morning, or at the
latest, on Wednesday.
According to the Advertiser, Mr.
A. Marques has donated a piece of
land near his resilience, nuil built on
it, nt his own expense, n school
house which will accommodate be
tween sixty anil seventy pupils. It
will be free to all Portuguese chil
dren, and the Government is to have
the appointing of a teacher. Mr.
Howclls will take chargo of the
school on next Wednesday. Yester
day the school was formally opened
by tho Right Reverend the Bishop
of Olba and the Portuguese Commis
sioner Senhor A. de Souza Cana
varro. The French Chancellor Mons.
Boulicch was present, and also a
large number of Portuguese. Only
English will be taught in the school.
FIRE IN THE THEATRE.
Editoe Bulletin: There was
fire in the Theatre on Saturday last
and even on a dozen or inoie places.
The gallery was filled with smoke by
a number of cigars and cigarettes.
It is not allowed to smoke in any
first class theatre in the world;
why should our Music Hall bo rated
6ccond or third class? Is it because
wo haye so many hoodlums? Would
it not be better to teach these hood
lums good maimers and proper be
havior? I protest against this dangerous
nuisance and will not expose any
member of my family to a threaten
ing theatre disaster. I appeal to the
public, to the theatre management
and to Marshal Kaulukou, and feel
confident that tho latter, with his
usual good will, will exert himself
to save our community from a
theatre fire. A. L.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
I'EnFOItMANCE BY THE AMATEUll
Tho first performance of tho third
scries by tho Honolulu Amateur
Minstrel Company came off Satur
day night, at the Opera House. The
lifting of the curtain at 8 o'clock
revealed a spectacle on tho stage
which presented some features of
novelty. Vari-colored and vari
sized Japanese lanterns depended
from the ceiling, forming an arch
over tho performers. The orches
tra, consisting of piano, fingered by
Mr. Myron Jones, two violins, mani-,
pulatcd by Messrs. Ilerger and
Yarndley, and several wind instru
ments, played by members of Ber
ger's Baud. Thirteen ebony-face
minstrels sat in a curve facing the
audience, tho fine figure of II. V
Morse occupying tho central posi
tion, with two "Bones" II. Von
Holt and W. II. Hoogs at one end,
and two "Tiunborincs" W. G.
Armstrong and E. V. Bishop at tho
The first part of the programme
consisted of an overture and songs
with choruses, all of which wero ac
ceptably rendered, frequent hearty
applause by the audience testifying
appioval and appreciation. "Carvo
dat Possum," by II. Von Holt;
'"Beautiful days that aro dead," by
J. Bright; "Doffnoy, Do you love
mo yet?" by E. P. Bishop; "Once
more I'd love to seo my home," by
C. Dcncvcaux; "Cornelia Casey's
Dude," by W. II. Iloogs; "Chimes
of Homo," by II. W. Morse;
"Swing low, Sweet Chariot," by W.
G. Armstrong ;and "an Old Folk's
Concert," in which II. Von Holt and
E. P. Bishop were the prominent
characters, comprised the list. In
the last named piece, Harry Von
Holt's representation of the old
woman, in dress, movements, and
voico, was in the highest degree
amusing. W. G. Armstrong's song
was encored. J. Bright's and V.
Deneveaux's singing was particular
Tho talk of tho end men, between
the songs, was intensely amusing,
and 'excited ropcated bursts of
laughter and rounds of applause,
by its local bearing and point. Tho
Hawaiian Treasury was said to bo
liko n well regulated city, because
it Is kept "well drained;" tho Ka
imiloa, bound to Samoa, liko a bed
bug, becauso, although not a fast
crltur, she will get there all tho
same; tho "Opium Racket" like a
Chinaman's head, becauso there is
d'louR tall (lain) iittaouort to It,"
a nil tho Uuttlte lias tlfo cue,
Tho difference between Grey, the
soapmuker, and the Prime Minister
was said to be, that the former ma
nufactured hard soap and the latter
soft soap; and the fact that the Y.
M. C. A. Secretary was last seen
"on tho .fence," was regarded ns
proof that he belonged to neither
A negro sketch, by Bishop, Von
Holt, mid Armstrong; a character
song, by Hoogs; and a tiapeze act,
by E. Lcroy, opened the second
part of the programme, and led up
to the main and concluding piece of
the evening, "Our iNuvy."
This was a purely local burlesque
of the Knimiloii, embracing tho past
and tho possiblo future. The play
was divided into three acts, the first
representing the preparations for
sea, tho second, scenes down among
tho islands of tho South Seas, and
the third, cast away on a desert
island. Squarc-faco gin was made
to appear as a principal article of
tho ship's stores, and as the one
beverage which supplied the place
of tea, coffee, and water. A con
flict of authority, adverse orders,
and general confusion distinguished
tho entire navy, from beginning to
end. The conferring of decorations
by tho Captain, II. W. Morse, was
a rich take-off of the reality, with
which the audience was quite fami
liar. Ono fellow has n flat-iron
swung around his neck, another a
bucket, a third n gin-bottle, and so
on. Hoogs introduced n local song,
"the paymaster of the navy," which
bristled with points so sharp and
plain that the audience shook with
laughter. The Custom House Ap
praiser got on board, somehow or
other, and played a prominent part
all through. On the desert island
the oillcers and crew betook them
selves to card-playing and gamb
ling, until the Appraiser had won
everything they had, and they were
compelled to clothe themselves with
ti-leaves. This character was splen
didly represented by W. G. Arm
strong. The dress nnd gait were a
precise counterpart of the original.
The next nnd mo9t noticeable char
acter was the first Lieutenant, Sam
Maikai, represented by Harry Von
Holt. He left a cavalry regiment
in the army and joined the navy, so
suddenly, that lie had no time to
change his uniform or 'take off his
spurs. He was really the head man
all through, particularly in doing
the talking, being the interpreter
and cveri'tlnng else. Ho got off
man truly Hawaiian ideas in tho
vernacular, which were much ap
preciated by those who understood
the language. The pait was cx-tremelj-
well sustained. The hall
rang with laughter and applause
from the commencement to the end
of the burlesque.
Tho house could not have been
fuller. Every scat was occupied.
Even every foot of standing room
was taken up, right back to the
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES.
The annual Memorial Day Service
was held last evening at the Fort
Street Church. The Geo. W.DeLong
Post No. -15 G. A. R. attended the
services in a body. A very eloquent
memorial sermon was preached by
Comrade J. A. Cruzan, and the Rev.
W. C. Merritt assisted in the devo
tional exercises. The music was
under the direction of Mr. J. W.
Yarndley, and was exceedingly well
bo rendered by the choir. The church
was tastofully and appropriately
decorated. A large floral harp stood
in front of the choir loft, and large
bouquets were on cither hand ; while
a portrait of the Post's patronymic,
Lieut. DcLong, set in a bank of
flowers, adorned the front of the
Pastor Cruzan took for his text
Luke 3:18 "For unto whom much
is given, of him much shall be re
quired." Ho dwelt upon tho ad
vantages which America possessed
abovo all other nations in history.
Her greatness did not excite in him
vainglorious patriotism or spread
eagleism, but inspired him with a
solemn senso of tho vast responsi
bility resting upon his native country
and her citizens. Ho also dwelt
upon the great privileges attaching
to the nation. She was fortunate in
thetimo of her birth, the world not
till then being ripe for the grand
experiment of a nationality founded
upon human equality before God ;
she was blessed in having a noble
baud of Christian men for her found
ers, nnd, lastly, she was established
within that zone of power on the
face of tho earth, within which all
great nations of ancient and modern
periods had been placed. After
fully amplifying theso and other im
portant points, the preacher said in
conclusion, addressing his comrades
of tho G. A. ,R., that they met that
night to honor tho mouiory of the
men of whom America was justly
proud. In tho hour of her extremity
they gave themselves that their
country might live, llicy felt tho
grave responsibility their country's
great heritage imposed on them.
Their country demanded much of
them and was not disappointed. If
that country was worth dying for,
was it not worth living for? He
impressed imon the Comrades that
as they stooll by tho graves of their
dead comrades, they would best
illustrate tho principles for which
they died in living wot thy lives, so
that tho name of American would
bo synonymous with the highest no
bility of charocter. America nnd
oil countries needed suph mpn by
tho hundreds and the thousands, and
ho thanked God that there wcro such
man by thu hundred and tho thou
sands. to-day's exercises.
At 8 o'clock this afternoon the
members of the Post will meet at
headquarters. At half.past 3 tho
column, escorted by the Honolulu
Rifles, will march along King street,
to Fort street, up the latter toKukui
street, along that street to Nuuanu
Avenue to the Cemetery, where ex
ercises will be held and tho graves
of soldiers decorated with flowers.
In the evening literary and music
al exercises will be held in the Ha
waiian Opern House in honor of
Ameiica's patriotic dead. Follow
ing is the programme of the exer
cises, which commenced at 7:30
Music Anici lean O vcrti.re
Royal Hawaiian Baud
Reading General Orders
Adjutant Jatres F. Xoble
Music Ainci lea
I horns of children directed by Prof.
Muslc-Rct, Soldier, Rest I
Quartette, dhc.'tcd by Prof. Yarndley
Prayer... Acting Chaplain J. A. Cruzan
Mulc Marching Through Georgia..
Chorus of children directed by Prof.
Reading Ode to Deeoratinu Dav....
Mrs. W. L. iloppcr
Music Ilattic Hymn of the Itepubllc.
..Quartette directed by Prof. Yarndley
Oration Conn-ado R. Jay Greeuu
Music Recollections of the Wai
Royal Hawaiian Band
A general invitation is extended,
and all Americans aro especially re
quested to attend.
For 2 Weeks Only i
will take place
All our remnants will be
placed on tho counter, and
marked way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
untrimmed lmts wo arc
prepared to offer Big Bar
gains. Remnants in all depart
ments. Come and seo what wo
offer you next Monday.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
OFFERS FOR SALE
The Following Goods,
Ex " Scottish Lassie,-1
Imperial Sperm Candles,
Door Mit. assorted.
GalvanlziU F-ncu Wire, 4, C nnd 0,
Gnlvanlzi-il Fence S'aples,
Seaming Twine, -1 ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Hubbacklt White Lead,
" Hud Lead,
Hubback' Boiled & Haw Linterd Oil,
(I. 7, H, 0 and 10 ft. Galv. Iron Hoofing
Plain Galv. lrou, Hideo Copping,
G.ilv. Iron Tubs and Duckets,
Saucepans, Tea Kettles. &c.
Single, Double & Children's Iron
A full assortment of
Galv Iron Pipe
3-1,7 8, 1 and lif Inch Short
A ooil AaHorlmcnt of
in assorlel wld'hs from 3 ft.
to 18 feet wide.
Cala. I. X. L. Lime.
Portland Cement, &c, &c.
On account of tho prevalence in
tho United Stales of America of tho
disease " Contagions Plcurn-pucu-monla
of Cutllu," notice Is hereby
given that all cittle arriving In this
Kingdom from any part of tho
iibovcmcntloncd country, will bo
liable to a Quarantine of not less
than Ninety (90) Dayi, and possi.
bly for a longer period, according
to Section IV Chapter XXIX of tho
RovUcd Iiwi oN834.
Hy order of tho Hoard of Inspect.
43 2w Executive Inspector,
THE HOTElTfREE LUNCH
X is eptcad every cvoiilnir In tnu bir.
room, and patrons will Unit ever) thing
to suit the taste of tho most fast Id I us
epicures. 17 if
CREAM CAKES and Chocolato
hclalrs of superior qtiall'y nre now
for silo at tho Elito Ico Cre3ra Parlors.
They aro really delicious. 47 W
A WANT S U P P L I E D-Tin:
" Ki.kli: " Book, .Inn and Newsi-ai-kk
Omen, porner of Queen and II Strcrts,
opposite ofllco of the Bo ml of Health,
have, lu connection with their already
Extensive Piloting Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Roy, of San Francis,
co, direct from tho manufactory, Now
York City, A GOKDO.V JOB l'HI2?r.
ING PRESS, ono of tho finest and best
In tho world, atid of the largest ilze
made. There Is nothing in this country
to compare with It. To cxamlno this
fine piece of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Elklk'' Ofllce. It excels
In doing the finest kind of woik In the
shortest possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print.
Ing of any kind done at short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo Hie "Eleld" onioc a call. Tele
phono No. fi44. lm 33
AVING recently engaged a first,
diss Glider and Mouldintr Maker.
we arc now iuuy prepuea io lnamuno
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made oier ns good as new, and
at prices within the reach of all. The
public arc inlted to call nnd Inspect
tome of this work. Hemembcr, nny
thing that needs renewing in Gold, GUI
Gold, Bronze. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BUGS., Airr Store. 17
1 (( LBS. Frch Home-Mode Chow,
lllv lug Stirks, or so-called Bir.
hers l'o'es, mid fresh, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to be far superior nnd fold cheaper
than nny Imported, nt F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory nnd Bakery
and Ice Cream Parlor. b5tf
Dn. Fmnt'b Hkakt Hkmhuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eao and also for Discuses of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Accnts. 3f)i
S PERRY'S No. 1 Familv Flour is
(.llerid for sale bjr GONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Dew Drop Inn,
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
X W N O W O PEN.
The finest and best brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept on hand.
On Snturdiy, May 28, free drinks and
lunch from ll a.m. to 2 p m.
EST All kinds of Tcmncrancc Drinks.
A. K. PELEKALUHI,
43 Iw Proprietor.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will nsaln commence oncratlonu on
Tliui-Niluy, 31 ny 0th,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now and improved inichincry
nr.il other apparatus the present mana
gcr guarantees to supply Tnro Flour that
wil mako a better cluts of pol than iver
All orders to be sent to W. II. Cum
mins, Manager, at tho Factory, Wal.
luku, Maul, or to W. G. Irwin & Co,
Agent', Honolulu. 44 lm
JMLA A COTTAGE, situntcd on
flMtflffl S''1' xtrcet, near tho Bridge
containing 5 roonn. besides
pantry, kitchen, butli room, nnd billiard
room, with furncry and stable
For further particulars apply to Geo.
C. Lees, at J. T. Watcrhouso's Quern M.
Store. 44 tf
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise In the Daily Hui.i.kiin.
THE undersigned having been this
day duly nppolnted Atsignco of the
estate of John M. Kapcna, bankrupt,
hereby notifies all parlies indebted to
said otato to make Immediate payment,
nnd thoFo having claims against said
estate to present them without delay at
his ofllco No. 38 Merchant street Hono
lulu. CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 18S7. 35
NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Pcholtz. nf Wniluku, Maul,
has sold all right, title and interost In
tho blacksmith shop, Mtuatcd on tho
rlcht slilo of Kahulul rond, in tho said
dlstilct of Wulltiku, lo tho undersigned,
who will enrry on I bo buln-s? in future.
I havo alio appointed Mr. Gluts B.
Cockett, ns manager of the sal I shop,
'Ilia public aia invited to glvo a call,
and all blnckstnilhlng work will bo ex.
cciilcd with despatch.
37 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tissue Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given in Oravon Portrnlts; and nlo tho
Lluhtning Method of Flower and L'ind.
scapo Palntlnir. Flower Painting, 85;
Lnndscape, $10, for full courn'8
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
8- IfiO KING STREET, opposite
Kawalnlno Church. 311m
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U coiums. f per unuum.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Just received per stmr Australia, a fine assortment of
Special nttcntlcn Is called to our
Boy's Sailor Ac Jeicy suits.
40 dozen Boy's Linen Knee Pants, nt a very low figure, in tlzcs up to 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A fine line of Lndle' Jersey, Lncoi and Embroideries a great variety
just loccltul price veiy bw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tliclu rgent .Stock of nny Iiouhc !
Received direct from Entcrn Manufacturers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and pi Ices to suit the times.
t3yiflandi orders receive careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1UH (Opposite W. G. Irwin & Go's.)
Goofs, Youth's ami Boy's Fine Custom Made Clollriug,
flats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Ara an entirely new preparation of wheat and Ont4, being cookcd.by Steam, and
only requiring a short lime to prepare them for the table.
HT'l'lio most nutritious food knnwn.-XBtt
Also, Germcn, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D itcs, Prunes-, Nuts, Raisins,
Now Zealand, Callfornl i, and Idand Potato, &e.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken fee J, for sale by
Olins, Hustace, - - Iving- Street.
The Undersigned, uF. HORN, Proprietor of the
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 all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns the year
In Honolulu, having citcreil on nil stnto occusoiih, ns also for select par
ties given by their Into Majesties Kninclianiclm IV, Ivanicliumcha V, and
Lunnlilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in tny establishment ; having over forty years'
practical oxperience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, I'axtry C!ook ami Oriinincnter lu?nouolulii.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No, 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (or !m) Honolulu, E. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
E ASTM AN S ALOHA, HOY T' S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE,I&o.
Ior Sale at Reanonable Irices.