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TUESDAY, MAY 81, 1887.
S Australia from San Francisco
Stmr W O Hull from lluwuli mid Maul
SchrLlhollho (loin Kiuiid
Stmr Kluuii for Wlndwaul Ports at 4
Stmr Llktllke for Knhului and wnypoits
nt lip in
Stmr Muholll for Moloknl a' 5 p m
8tmr ui prise iot Luupnhoehoe nnd
Stmr Lchua for llamakun ut ft p m
Sclir Wnlclut for Wntnhu
Sclir llulcnkula for l'epeckeo
Sclir lleeia for Waluliiii
Stmr Mlknliala for Kiitiul at ft p m.
Hour Kniillliiii for Wiilmim, Knual
Stmr 0 It Ulshop for T.nlmlu at 2 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
lk Glensaber for San Francisco
tno Hattic S Bangs for Hongkong
From San Francisco per S S Austi alia,
May ill II Alexander, W Alexundar,
Miss Mai y Alexander. Miss Annie Alex
ander, MUiL Alexander, MIssAuliugen,
D Q Adams, 13 U Atkinson, wife and
family, Miss Beaver, F Vanning, X 0
Brlggs, T 13 Binton and wile, Miss
Bin ton, Tyler Bcaeli, 8 A Barker, K A
Burr and v ife, Mm .r P Bancroft, J P
4, Cooke, Thos Cummins, T J Crowley and
wife, 13 .1 Crolcy nnd wife, Win Dickey,
C II Dickey, J F Dunne and wife, K O
fiozler and v. Ife, 13 L Dodgo and wife.
MrsS W Doming owl daughter, Mis T
P 3inlgli, Miss fa Fiincke, Mrs T T Fur
long, Mis Kninta A Oest, Mrs. I S Gra
liam, Miss Canlo Goodhue, Mis P B
Greene, Mrs Geo I) Hall, Mis T II
Hauls and daughter. D . 3 Hayes. Miss
13 T Hayes, 13 It Hodges, wife and chil
dren, Mrs Hudson and daughters, W G
Hunt and wife, Dwlght Holllster and
wife, W H Harilson, 13 C Haic and son,
Miss Knto Henderson, Paul Isenbcrg,
.TnB Johnson and wife, M16S II Joliuson,
Win Johnston and wife, Prince Edwaid
Kcliialiomil, Prince Jonah Kalmiiana
ole, L Kuppor, Emanuel Lewis, Juines
A Lot and wife, Miss Luiighoi nc, Mrs
0 H Lelunann, Mrs J S Martin nnd two
ehlldicn, MasJC Merrylleld, Dr II C
Morey, Miss Nelhi Mct'alls, W Mc
jfe Donald and wife, Paul Xeumami, II A
nli, Kin ell, wlfo and family, S U Swift,
.JiHw A S Swift, II S Sargent, J D
Stephens and grandson, F A Austin, J
B Llllle, Han old M Sew all, Miss 13
Tucker, Miss 13 M Thompson, Mis P A
Vaiy, Mis Van Xorden, Mis 0 A
Wright and daughter, 0 S Wilght and
wife, Geo 13 Whitney, Miss V Whitney.
Miss JoIo Watkius, John Willis and
wife, Georgo Wapple, B J Wood, Mrs A
Yule, MIi-s M Solium U.
The S S Australia loft San Francisco
i with tlieMiionio ExcnrMon on hoard,
. Nit U p in, May 24th. Experienced light
and via table winds, and smooth sea to
2Sdcgices north; thence to port light
X 13 trades. Took on Honolulu Pilot at
11:15 n in, Mayaist. 103 passcngeis
and 774 tons freight.
Woik on the missionary vessel Morn
ing Star, Is almost completed.
MrE It Ityan with three workmen
left by the steamer Sui prlso this after
noon to continue work on tho new
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Glengabcr, Itolleston
Uk Sonom, Grltllths
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bktno Morning Star, Turner
Bktno Hattle S Bangs, Terrlll
Bk(JB Kinney. Dnhler
Bktne Planter, W It Perrlman
Bk Peterson, Snndt
Am Ship Tlmour, Johnson
Bk 0 0 Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
''Bk Gulllermo, Sandmann
H S Australia, Hotullett
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Ah In is tho only person
authorised to transact business for
tho Kalauao ltico Plantation, at Ewa,
Tiiosr garnets for salo nt Messrs.
Hackfeld A Co.'fl aro genuine stones
and no imitation. They aro superla
tively bright and pretty.
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On returning from the cemetery
yesterday, and beforo dismissal at
their Armory, tho Honolulu Killed
gave tin eo cheeiH for tho King, led
oil' by Lieutenant-Colonel Asliford.
To the credit of the road authori
ties bo it said that Kapiolani street is
being repaired. A fcquad of men was
at work yestorday, filling ruts, etc.,
and putting tho atieet in a passable
The liousohold furniture of Dr.
M'Allister will bo sold nt auction to
morrow nt 10 o'clock, A. M., by
Mnaura "R. V. AdaillS ife Co.. lit tllO
corner of Fort and Hotel streets, up
stairs. Tub second performance of tho
third sorios of tho Honolulu Amateur
Minstrel Company will tnko placo on
Thursday night with an entire change
of programme. "Our Navy" will bo
lepeated on Saturday night next.
Tub German Consulate- is in quest
of information respecting Wilholm
Timpo, who camo herein tliotiermiui
bark "Furst Bismarck," Anyono
possessed of information will confer
u favor by communicating with tho
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow Mr.
Lowiw J. Levey will sell tho residenco
of Mr. 0. 1). Frceth, Waikiki. This
is a deslrablo property, with many
special fcntuios, as Hpocilicd in tho
advertisement. Tho ctilo will bo at
Mr. Levey's salesrooms, corner of
.Fort and Queen street.
Mkssiih. Lewis it Co. liavo received
by to-dav's steamer a great variety
of vegetables, llsh, fruit, etc., among
which tua goosebeiries, cherries, apri
cots, caulilioweis, green peas, fresh
salmon, ilmbarb,niid numerous other
good things, which aro going rapidly,
'necessitating an early call, or you
will be too late. .
Purser Bedolfe nnd Mr. A. M.
Hcwott have our thanks for news
Tub rago of tho hour is tho "go-as-you-please"
match to come oil" on
Thursday night, at tho mammoth
tent in Fort street. .
Mn. L. B. Kerr, Merchant sheet,
has received his Victoria Jubilee
badges, and has them on sale. They
are i cully elegant.
Two Pauls returned to their island
home to-day, by the Australia tho
Hon, Paul Isenberg nnd the Hon.
Mrs. Floicnco Williams will lec
ture on "Victor Hugo" this evening,
at Harmony Hull, commencing at
Frksii fruit, fish, and vegetables
on ice, by tho steamship Australia
to-day, aio on sale at tho local gro
ceries. Tub band will give a complimen
tary concert this evening at 7:30
o'clock, in honor of the newly arrived
gucHts, at the Hawaiian Hotel.
A niKiov rug, plain on onesido
and t tripod on the other, has been
lost. The Under will be rewarded on
bringing tho same to this ofllce.
Local piide has nt last dctei mined
the New Yoik Yacht Club to build a
boat to compete for the honor of
lacing against tho Thistlo for Amer
Tun San Francisco "Daily Report"
of the 20th instant, publishes an in
terview with T, S. Kay, of theso
islands, in which our nilnirs arc pre
sented in a light that is not fluttering
Mn. W. G. Irwin was assiduous in
his attentions to the distinguished
party that arrived to-day, per H. 8.
Australia, and personally superin
tended their disposition in the several
vehicles provided for their conveni
ence. Duri.vo the G. A. It. services at tho
cemetery yesterday, and at tho most
solemn moment a pack of urchins
made a scramble for tho blnuk shells
tlnown away by tho Rifles after the
salute. No police weie there.
The jewelry display at the auction
rooms of Mr. Lewis J. Lovcy is ele
gant. Gold and silver ornaments,
diamonds and other jew els, are pret
tily laid out and nic in quality ns
represented. Tho auction sale will
be held on Thuisday ne.t.
Tun Fort Street Church Young
People's Socioty of Christian En
deavor very pleasantly surprised Mr.
and Mrs. Cruan on Friday evening
last, by presenting thcin with a copy
of Mrs. Sinclair's beautiful book
''Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian
THE JURY'S VERDICT.
The jury empanelled to enquire
into tho death of Akahi, which re
sulted from the accident reported in
Saturday's paper, wns as follows:
"That Akahj, of Waialua, Oahu,
came to his death at Honolulu, Ma'
28, 1867, on account of a quantity
of corrugated iron falling and sti ik
ing him on the head, and that there
was negligence on his part and those
with him while working."
FOR TH ESCH00 lTH ILDR E N OF
An interesting event for the
school children of the city will occur
at the hall of the Y. M. C. A., to
morrow afternoon, when Professor
Dickinson will givo a talk on
European history and travel, illus
trated by stereoptican views of
Belgium, Holland, Germany, Russia,
France, Switzerland and Spain. The
hall will bo darkened for tho occa
sion, and tho brilliant display of
pictures will be accompanied by the
lecturer with stories of his own
personal experience in the most in
teresting cities and countries of the
Old Woild. Professor Dickinson
gives this entertainment at request
of many of the people of Honolulu,
who wish their children to share in
tho pleasure of his interesting talks
on Europe. Tho lecturo will begin
at 8 o'clock. Admission for chil
dren, 25 cents ; adults, 50 cents.
THE LATeHda'ptTjOHN WORTH.
Captain John Worth who died at
Ililo, Hawaii, on May 25, 1887t at
the age or hi years, nciongeu 10 nn
American family of prominence. Ho
was cousin to General "Worth of
Mexican war fame, to wljose memory
a monument now stands in Madison
Square, New York. Captain Worth
was an uncle to Mr. E. A. Pierce,
Secretary of tho Hawaiian Legisla
ture, who now has in his possession
n very interesting embroidered
familv record, giving names, dates
of biith, etc. This is the handiwork
of a momber of the family, and was
executed in 1812, as marked on the
record. Captain John Worth camo
to these islands sbmewhore about M7
or '48. From heio ho went to Cali
fornia., but returned again to the
islands after a short absence, and
located at Hllo, where for several
years he acted ns United Stales Con
sul. He was a man highly respected
by the peoplo of Ililo and by all in
the country who knew him, ns a mnn
of upright charactor and sterling
VtOith, in keeping with tlc name ho
bore. Tho deceased has been laid
to rest in Homeland Cemetery, Ililo,
after 81 years of sojourning on
Missouri now bus 5, 100 miles of
railroad, said to have cost $203,-000,000,
AHRIVAL OF THE S. 8. AUSTRALIA.
The S. S. Australia pnsed tins
foot of Fort street at 11 :60 o'clock,
tills uiotning, to the minute. When
she came abreast of the O. S. S.
whaif, with her decks crowded with
passengers, tbo band struck up a
lively tune, and Mr. Williams on
the bark Hercules, nnd Mr. Gon
s.ilves on the whaif, took scvornl
instantaneous photographs of the
vessel. Shu brought IGt) passengers,
l'0 of whom were cabin passengers.
Four horuu busses nnd wngonoites
weie in readiness at the wharf to
convey the Masons to the Hawaiian
Hotel. Crowds of people witnessed the
ariival nud the O. S. S. dock was a
scene of liveliness. A number ol
Chinese steerage passengers came,
but tho delay of landing them in
qunrnntinc before the vessel docked
was dispensed with. A number of
Honolulu folks came home by the
steamer ns will be seen by the pas
senger list. A neatly printed pas
senger list, with the names of the
ofllcers on the first page, wns given
to the newspapers.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
May 01st. J. F. Dunna and
wife, Cal.; G. E. Whitney, Oak
land, Cal. ; Miss Violet, do. ; Miss
E. Tucker, do. ; J. D. Stephens,
Woodland, Cal. ; D. Q. Adams, do. ;
W. G. Hunt and wife, do. ; J. S.
Craig, do. ; J. Watkins, do. ;
E. G. Dodge, East Oakland, Cal. ;
Mrs. E. G. Dodge, East Oakland,
Cal. ; T. J. Ciowloy and wife, San
Rafael, Cal.: C. S. Wiight and
wife, Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. C. S.
Wright, Minneapolis; Mrs. E.
Grccnmaun, Oakland, Cal. ; Dwight
Hotlistcr and wife, Sacramento,
Cal. ; E. A. Hurt and wife, San
Jose, Cal. ; A. McDonald and wife,
San Jose, Cal. ; E. R. Hedges ami
wife, and 2 children, Stockton, Cal. ;
Harrold M. Sewall, Maine ; Mrs. J.
P. Bancroft, San Francisco ; II. C.
Morey, Gilrog, Cal. ; J. A. Lotzand
wife, San Jose, Cal. ; N. C. Briggs,
Hollistcr, Cal. ; Geo. Wapple, do. ;
Mrs. L. W. Hudson, do. ; Miss W.
Hudson, do. ; Miss M. Hudson, do. ;
II. A. Powell, wife, three chil
dren and nurse, do. ; Jas. Johnson
nnd wife, Rio Vista, California;
Mrs. BT. P. English, Rio Vista,
Cal. ; Miss II. Johnson, do. ; E. C.
Dozier, do. ; Miss W. Y. Burr, do. ;
II. S. Sargeant, Stockton, Cal. ; B.
J. Wood, Arroyo, Grando Cul. ; J.
A. Barker, Cal. ; Tyler Beach, San
Jose, Cal. ; E. Lewis, San Francis
co; J. E. Benton, wife and
daughter, San Francisco; W.
Johnston and wife, Richland,
Cal. ; E. J. Crolz and wife, Sacra
mento, Cal. ; Edmund C. Atkinson,
wifo and 2 children, Sacramento,
Cal. ; Mrs. P. B. Green, Courtland,
Cal. ; Mrs. T. T. Furlong, Sacra
mento, Cal. ; Miss E. Thompson,
Sacramento, Cal. ; D. E. Hayes,
Oakland, Cal. ; Miss S. Hayes, Oak
land, Cal. ; Mrs. J. S. Graham, Sa
cramento, Cal. ; W. E. McColl, Bos
ton ; F. II. Austin, Boston ; E. C.
Hare, San Francisco; Fred Hare,
San Francisco; Mrs. E. A. Gest,
Philadelphia; Mrs. P. A. Vary,
Newark, N. J.
Editor Bulletin: Excuse mo
for referring to your missionaiy
leader in yesterday's Bulletin, but
it seems to me that you havo not
fully defined the expression "mis
sionary." Being an old resident I
speak from experience and know
that tho natives call every virtuous
young man "missionary," every
man who refuses liquor "mis
sionary," every honest man who
docs not steal amounts up to 870,
000 "missionary," in shoit every
thing good "missionary."
This I should say speaks highly
for tho real "missionary" class, and
they should therefore bo held in
high esteem by every respectable
foreigner. Unfortunately this is
not tho case, as a large number of
them speak with contempt of vir
tuous young men and call them
"missionary." This anti-missionary
feeling is a drawback to our social
and political lifo and will always
remain so till virtuous men are con
sidered superior to unscrupulous
and unprincipled men.
Late Foreip News.
The Oceanic S. S. Australia ar
rived at noon to-day, bringing dates
to the 23rd instant. "Wc summarizo
the news as follows:
Paris, May l'Jth. Floquet, Pre
sident of tho Chamber of Deputies,
advocates a pro tempore Ministry,
drawn from the Budget Committee.
Henry Rochofort, in I'lntrunsi
(leant denouncos tho Oppoitunlst
conspiracy to compel General Boul
auger to rcthe from the Ministry,
and warns the members of tho
Chamber of Deputies of tho conse
quences of replacing Boulanger.
London, May 19th. In the Com
mons this afternoon Healy raised a
discussion regarding thu Govern
ment's conduct in the matter of
meetings in Ulster. Balfour dis
puted Hoaly's arguments, and con
tended that Earl Spencer, when
Loid Lieutenant of Ireland, adopted
a course similar to that pursued by
tho present Government.
tub l'AUNKi j.n r.s cAuuiir naitinq
London, May 21. Lato in tho
uvi-)ing the l'aincllltcs weie ciuiglit
napping, by Wlley, tho Chairman
remaining awny for riifrpsliiflents
only ten minutes Instead of tho usual
thirty, six amendments being struck
off the paper because Pnrnellllo
pioposcrs has not returned. The
result of an important meeting to
dissential Liberals will bo cliango
of tho venue clause, which Is to be
withdrawn and some other measure
substituted for it. Unionist will
render tho Government more help
than ever in pushing tho Ci lutes bill
to a speedy conclusion. The Stan
dard reports a rumor of serious dis
sensions in the ranks of the Irish
rLEASANTlttKS IN THE HOUSE.
The Commons wns treated Inst
night to a series of humorous epis
odes our-IIcroding Herod. La
bouchcru convulsed the House by
gravely rising to the movement of
cloture when in nil seriousness it
was needed to put an end to tho in
terminable discussion on the railway
bill. The speaker promptly de
clined the invitation. Then there
was a pleasing spectacle. Brad
laugh stated that tho Ministerial
bench was in close colloquy with tho
Tory Minister. Lord George Ham
ilton subsequently declared the
Government would bo glad of Brad
laugh's assistant. The question as
to the details of the arrangements
for the Commons' service nt St
Margarct's Church to-morrow led to
an extraordinary spectacle. In
stantly tho Speaker rose to reply
and the House fell into solemn
silence as the Right Hon. President
described with great deliberation
how he would tnke his scat at this
table and then would go down to
that door, thence through tho lobby
to the central lobby and on to West
mister Hall. A stranger might
have imagined that some event of
preternatural gravity was being
dealt with. The illusion was some
what shaken when Sir Honry Tyler
inquired where members were to
meet the ladies who were to assem
ble there, which tho Speaker nngal
lantly hinted was a mutter of minor
detail. It was completely shattered
when Tanner asked whether, if the
weather were unsatisfactory an om
nibus would bo provided for the
St. Petersburg, May 23. The
Nono Viemya publishes a letter
signed by Gen. Tchernaloff, advising
Russia to give up tho idea that the
key of the Bosphorus is sought by
the Government at Vienna, and turn
all her thoughts to the Rhine and
Oder, placo her arch enemy between
the hammer and anvil and profit by
the present favorable circumstances
to avenge herself for tho work of
the Berlin Congress.
Paris, May 23. At the sale of
the crown jewels, Tiffany & Co. of
New York bought three of the
famous Mazarin diamonds for 425,
000 francs. The four others went
to European buyers. The price
realized from the sale amounts to
G, 500,000 francs. Thcro are only a
few more lots to sidl.
Brussels, May 23. At a meeting
of tho Workingmen's party, held
hero yesterday, it was resolved to
hold daily demonstrations in favor
of univcisal suffrage and the grant
ing of amnesty to persons now im
prisoned for participation in the
riots of 188G. A final meeting of
delegates will be held to-morrow,
when the question of a general strike
will be decided.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
ih spiourt every uvuuiug in me bir
room, and patrons will lind everything
to suit the taste of the most fust 1(1 1 us
epicure!. 47 if
CREAM CAKES nnd Chocolate
huliilrs of superior iuali'y re now
fur s tie at the Elite Ice Cream P.irlors.
They aro really delicious. 47 Iw
A WANT SUPPLIE D-The
"Elklk" Hook, Jim and Newsi-aver
Omen, comer of Queen nnd II Streets,
opposite olllco of the llouil of Ifuiiltli,
have, hi connection with tholr already
Exienslvu Printing Establishment, just
received pir S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Key, of San Francis,
en, direct from the mnnufactory, New
Yoik Oily, A GORDON JOB I'MNT.
INO PRESS, ono of tho finest and host
in the woilil, im of thu largest tWo
made. There Is nothing In this country
to compire with it. To examine this
fine pioco of workmanship is worth n
visit to tho "Klkli:"' Ofilcc. It excels
In doing the finest kind of woik in tho
shortest possiblo time.
Merchants nnd others requiring Print,
lug of any kind ilonu at short notice,
and nt reasonable rates, will do well to
givo tho "Ei.Ki.r." ofllce a call. Tele
phono No. .114. lniM
HAVING recently engaged a first.
cI.iih Olhler and Moulding Maker,
we aru now fully prepared to lnauufiic
tuio. repair and reclid uuykiud of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
FiMiniH iniido ovor us gnod ns now, nnd
at prices within tho rcuch of nil. Tho
public n i e invited to cull and Inspect
toinu of this work, lieinembcr, any
thing that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Unlu, llron.o. Copper or Metal wo can
do. K1NQ 1JUOS., Anr Stouk. 17
1 rf LBS. Fiosh Home-Modo Chow.
lUu lug Stick?, or so-called 11 r
Urs' l'plo, and friU, dollaimis Vanilla
nnd Chocnlato Creams which I guaran
tee to hu fir superior nnd fold cheaper
than any Imported, nt P HORN'S Pion
eer Steiim Candy Factory undllikory
and Ice Cream Parlor. bOlf
)u. Flint's IIisakt Rkmkdy Is a
Specille for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Honson Smith (
Co., AopU. UflJ
PERRY'S No 1 Panillv Vlour Is
olio id for salt) by QON8ALVKS &
CO., Qjccu Street.
Kanielimlia Day !
Fourth Annual Meeting-
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held at Kapiolani Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, Juno 10th, J 887.
Races to commence at 12 noon.
lit. Honolulu Plate, $50
lttinning Unco; mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
ltunniug Hacc; mlledashj open
3rd. Oceanic Purso, $100
Trotting Kace, Mile heats; best S In
C; to harness; free for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Hiiiining Haic; p.f mile duali; open
to all; winner to ucat the record of
5th. Breeder's Plate, $75
Itunning Hacc; mile dash; for all
'J year olds.
6th. Hawaiian Plate, $75
Hunning Hncu; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to eommcuco nt 10:30 am. sharp.
111. The Queon't Plate, $76
Hunning Race; milodash; free
2nd. Kamehameha Plato, $150
Running Rucc; mile dnshj frco
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $150
Trotting Riico; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to hnrness; open to all.
4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Running Rieo; t mitu dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses; owned by
mctnlers of the Jockey Club.
5lh. Hoslla Challcngo Cup, $100 added
Running Itnce; mile dash; winner
to beat tho record ff "Anglo A."
1 :i5) mndo Juno 12, 1830. Cup to
ho run for annually, and to bo held
by tho wlnuct until his time is bea
ten at a meeting of iho Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6th. The King's Plate, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mile heats; best two in
thiee; to lmmisj.
7lh. Novelty Race, $100
1 mllodah;running; 1st quarter $25
.' mile 825
1 mile f'-Ti
?f. mllo $25
Opun to all Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockoy Club Post Match,
Sweepstakes, 820, and (10 added.
Sweepstaks Trotting or Pncinp
Race; best 2 In : free for all hoiscs
who havo not a record of 8 tnins. or
better. To bo drlvm by members
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. Pony Race, $76
Ruiiuiug Rice; 1 mllo dflsh;opsn
to only lliwniinn brtd hnris, not
over 14 binds, and not under U yrs.
- old; catch weights.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on Monday June Oih 1887, nt tho olllce
of the Secretary, and all entrance fees to
bu 10 per cent, unless othcrwlso speclfl
cd. All racis to ha run or trotted under
thcrulcs of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 00 cents each
To Grand Stand, extra... CO rents nnd $1
Carriages inside of Course... $3 AO caoh
Quarter Stretch Badges $5.00 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will DKlu rommenrn anrrntlo-H ob
ThurHday, May XOth,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now and improved machinery
and other apparatus, tlio present mana
gor guarantees to supply Turo Flour that
wll make u bitter clus-s of poi than ever
All orders to bo sent to W. II. Cum
mins, Muuigcr, nt the Factory, Wal
luku, Maui, or to W. O.Iiwln&Co,
Agents Honolulu. 41 lm
'TUIE undersigned having bean this
X day duly appointed Arsignee of tho
estnte of John M. Kapnna, bankrupt,
hereby notlllc nil pnrilcs indebted to
said otiUo to maku immedinto payment,
and thoEO having claims against i-aid
estate to present them without delay at
his olllco No. US Merchant street. Hono
lulu. CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 18S7. II 5
NOTICR IS HEREBY QIVEKTHAT
Fred Pchnltz. of Wailiiku, Maui,
has sold all right, titlo nnd Interest In
the blacksmith shop, Mtnatcd ou tho
righislilo of Kahulul roid,in tho snld
dlstilct of Walluku, to tho undersigned,
wiio wilt carry on Iho imsini'ss in future.
I huvo ulso appointed Mr. Cuuh. D.
Cockctt, ns manager of tho unlit shop,
'Iho pulillu aro invited to givo a call,
nnd all blncksmithing work will ho ex
ecuted with despatch.
37 lm JOH.N W. ICALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tissue Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given in Crayon Portraits; anil nlfo tho
Lightning Method of Flower and Land,
scapo Palatini:. Flower Painting, 85;
Landscape, $10, for full coun.es.
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits arid
QGr 1C0 KINO STREET, opposite
Kiiwnlalio Church. ill lm
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 coluuib, f i per annum.
Just received per stmr Australia, a fine assortment of
Special nttcntlon h cnlled to our
-Boy's Sailor Sc Jersey suit.
40 dozen Boy'e Linen Kuco Pants, nt a very low figure, in f Izcs up to 12 years.
A large assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino lino of Ladies' Jersey, Lncoi anil Kmbrnlderlcs a great variety
jut lecclved price very low.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tlieln rgeMt Stock ol tuiy ItoiiHc !
Received direct from Eastern Mnuuf ic'.urers.
A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a i ipcrlor ipiality anil
CSTlslands orders receive c.ucful nnd prompt nttcntlon.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
103t (Opposite W. O. Irwin & Co's.)
Gent's, Youth's anil Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
flats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoe
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Tlake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Aro au entirely new preparation ol" wheat and Oats, being cooked by Steam, pud
only requiring n short llniu to pnparo them for the tnblc.
tgyThe most uutritiojs food known.a
Also, Germea, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon; ' r
Smoked Halibut, Rams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prune?, Nuts, Raisins,
Now Zealand, Callfornl i, and Islnrd Potato:?, &-.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sulo by lf
Chas, Hustace, - - ECing Street;.
Tho Undersigned, . HORN, Proprietor of thu
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery -
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully Informs tho public that from this day on he 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 as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Katnehatneha IV, Kainehnnicha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying tho present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confoctlonei', I'aMtry Cook -nil Oruamcnter lnIInnolutu.
Factory, Store and Ice Croam Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Stroot,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74.
Just Received at
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FAlllNA GERMAN COLOGNE,&o.
6i &ale at 3R cnonril!e Priciss. '
1692 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL; ' ;T
pi ices to suit the times.
II. I. ,
Honolulu, H. I ,
Hollister & Go.'s
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