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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1, 1887.
Bclir Wnllelo from Euan
Bktno John Worster from Dcparhiro
Sclir Canute for Ktinu
Bk Glongabcr for Sun Francisco
liktuo llnltlo S Bangs for Hongkong
From Mnnl and Hawaii, per utenmcr
Hall, May 31 t'apt II h Mnrchnnt, M
D Monarrat, wife nnd servants, A A
Todd, Mrs P Lee and child, E M Lc
cro9 nnd wife, 0 N Arnold, E D Pres
ton, W A Wall, A F Hopke, H N
Orccnwell, J D Paris, Jr, D D Baldwin
and 71 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, May
31 Miss A Ilocdcll. Miss (J Auhngcu,
Miss A Hosforlth, Misses Iscnberg ( )
C Koclling, It Gcrkc, Mrs M Glllln. W
Berlowlu7WEKowcll,Mrs J W Ala
pal, Mr Brltto nnd CO deck.
For Maul nnd Hawaii, per steamer
Kinau, May 31 U II Lcuuiaun nnd
wife, F W Damon, J 3fawaht, Mrs 1)
Collins, C B Alnkec, Q Knllluut, F
Pcdlcr, W L Hose, LAseu, MrLuco nnd
For Mnnl nnd Molokal, per steamer
Llkcllko, May 31 Hon O H Dickey, W
A Dickey, W II Harrison, Mrs Bruegcn,
Mrs K Henderson, J Osorlo, W von
Uffcl nnd 30 deck.
CARCDES FROM ISLAND P0RT8.
Hall 1,837 bngs sugar, 2 horses, 201
awn, 30 hides, and 11 pigs.
The Hawnllah brig Lilian, formerly
tho Alllo Itowc, arrived nt Hongkong,
April 7th, 58 days from Honolulu Ma
Tho Scottlth Lns9lo received about
200 tons of sugar from the Canute yes
terday. Tho Hazard is due at Hllo on or
about Juno 15th.
The sailing of tlio steamer Lehua for
Hamakun was postponed uutil this
Mr. John Pnlko having purchaso tho
pchooner Mary, Captain Klnling will
run her regularly to Kauai. '
The schooner Haleakala took BO tons
of fertilizer for l'epeekeo plantation
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Olcngaber, Bollcston
Bk Sonoma, Grlflltbs
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bktno Morning Star, Turner
Bktne Hattle S Bangs, Terrlll
Bk (J B Kinney, Dahler
Bktno Planter, W KPcrrlman
Bk Peterson, Sundt
Am Ship Tlmour, Johnson
Bk O O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk Guillcrmo, Saudtnann
ti S Australia, Houdlett
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The lighting of tho streets by
electricity 1s progressing.
Thk United States man-of-war
Adams, is shortly expected hero.
Mb. C. A. Brown received new
f urnituro by tho ship Timour from
Ciias. J. Fishel has just received
a lot of embroidered laco dresses and
other now goods.
Mb. Gonsalves took some fine views
of tho Australia yesterday, as sho was
ncaring tho wharf.
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The Palace has been completely
wired, and will be illuminated, somo
night this weok, with 325 arc lights.
The annual meeting of tho
Woman's Board of Foreign Missions
was hold to-day nt Fort-street
Company A of tho Honolulu Rifles
Will havo no drill Thursday night, but
will on Friday night when they will
elect a captain.
Mrs. Henry Macfarlano entertained
Mrs. Higgins, Miss Crowley and
others nt lunch to-day, at her resi
The yacht Mayflower, the latest
winner of the America's cup, has
been sold to Dr. J. C. Burron of New
York for $30,000.
The Hawaiian Band and tho Quin
tette Club will play und sing nt the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening. Tho
public are cordially invited.
Rev. E. C. Oggel's furniture will
bo sold nt 10 o'clock a. m. to-morrow,
at his residence, Nuuanu Avenue, by
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.
Mb. Lewis J. Lovoy's, great jewelry
sale will begin at 2 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, at his salesrooms, cornor
of Queen and Fort streets.
Mr. E. Turton, who has boon vory
ill at Lahaina of late, waB convale
scent when tho steamer Hall loft
Lahaina Tuesday morning.
Chinatown is said to have sold out
all its.flrcarms, oven to pistols, und
tho white houses wholesale and retail
nro said to bo doing a big business in
An Englisi vicar recently dis
plin'rgci opinio servant becauso
sho refused to attend family prayers,
wliercupoi) sho sped him in court
npd'got judgment for a year's wages.
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A LAW prohibiting Sabbath work
has boon passed in y"ieiia, and is so
yjgorouslv enforced that no morning
papor can np'ponr on "Monday, ns tho
p'riijtors aro not allowed 'to work on
Queen Kupioluui with her suito
loft Now York on May 25th for Eng
land, having received an invitation
from Qucou Victoria to bo Her
Britannic Majesty's guest from the 8th
to tho 25th Juno,
A mehtiko of tho St. Andrew's
Church Association will bo laid
Thursday ovening, when Captain
Mist, It. N., will rend a paper on "Tho
Huvlscd Version of tho Now Testa
ment, nnd Why it is n Failure."
The Bulletin is very much obliged
to Joo Aen, ono of Queen Kapiolani's
suite, for i fllo ofVashington and
other EiiMcrii papcra. Joe is well
and happv, mid semis aloha to Mr.
Horgur, all tho Band boys, mul nvory
Captain Turner has resigned tho
command of the missionary vessel
Morning Star. Mr. Geo. F. Garland,
lately chief ofllcer, succeeds Captain
Tumor. Tho Morning Star will sail
for tho South Hens during tho latter
part of tho month.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A.
M. will meet nt 7:30 o'clock this
ovening, in their lodgo room, for work
in tho third degree. Grand Master
Atkinson, of tho Masonic Tourist
Party, will bo present. All sojourn
ing brethren are invited to attend.
Mb. J. M, Monsarrat, P. M., pro
Bcntcd Mr. E. C. Atkinson, Grand
Master, to His Majesty at tho Palaco
this'moining and tho Grand Master
in turn presented his brother masons
to the King. This afternoon the
Masons went out to Waikiki for a
frolic in the surf.
Mr. JaB. Williams photographed
an effigy of tho Honolulu Bifles to
day. After stuffing ono ot their uni
forms into a manly shapo, decorat
ing it with cross-belts and a ritlo,
tho skull of an ancient Hawaiian
warrior, supporting tho Rifles' cork
hat, wns placed on top. It was a
Rekeriiinnq to tho wreck of tho
Abbie Carver tho Amoy "Gactto"
says : Thcro is a rcmoto chanco of
the crow having found shelter on
Botel Tobago, an island to tho south
ward of tho scene of tho wreck, but
it is hardly likely. All would, nntur
ally, depend upon tho direction of
the wind, nnd ns statements, so far,
point to a southerly gale, it is much
to be feared that tho boats were
swamped as soon ns tho storm np
proached typhoon force.
The following is the latest report
of tho Sugar Market, New York,
Cuba Centrifugals, 9G percent test
5 3-1G cts. San Francisco, Manila,
91 percent 4.34 cts. decline 8-20.
German Beet, 88 percent, lis 10jd.
MARRIAGE OF MISS WODEHOUSE
TO MR. LAMBERT.
On March 2Gth, at La Compannia,
Coquimbo, Mr. Robert S. Lambert,
son of J. C. Lambert, Esq., was
married to Miss Maude Wodehouse,
eldest daughter of Major James Hay
Wodehouse, H. B. M. S.'s Commis
sioner and Consul General for the
THIS WEEK'S DOINGS.
in honor or OUR VISITORS.
To-night there will be a voeal
concert given nt the Royal Ha
waiian Hotel by tho quintctto club
in honor of our Masonic visitors.
To-morrow (Thursday) evening,
Masonic banquet at tho Hotel. Fri
day will be an off day. Saturday
at noon, luau at Waikiki by His
Majesty the King. Monday next,
ball at the Hotel by the Masons of
Tbero has been unusual excite
ment on the wharf and at the Cus
tom House to-day. It was rumored
around town early in the day, and
believed to bo true, that the Cus
tom House authorities had been in
structed to open every parcel and
carefully examine its contents.
Certain it is, that the Custom House
officers were uncommonly vigilant,
nnd boxes were opened and ex
amined with special diligence.
Whether anything contraband was
discovered has not transpired, hut
if there has been it is probable that
it would havo been known.
CONCERT AT THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
Tho Hawaiian Hotel presented a
lively soeno last night. The man
ager, Mr. Bartlett, wishing and en
deavoring to make things as plea
sant ns possiblo for his numerous
guests, illuminated tho main build
ing with colored lanterns, and se
cured the services of tlio Koyal Ha
waiian Band for n concert. Tho
band occupied the stand in tho front
yard, and played until about 10
o'clock. The balconies of the Hotel
were crowded with listeners, as wcro
also the grounds. The strangers
appeared very much interested ia,
and pleased by, tho music. JFre
quent expressions of surpriso and
delight were heard during the even
ing. The foreign visitors alone
made quite a hrgo company for this
little city, but these were augmented
by a large attendance of our own
people. Tho atmosphere of tho
evening was calm nnd cool, and,
combined with tho artificial provi
sions already named, made the occa
sion extremely enjoyable.
THE QUEEN'S RECEPTION AT BOSTON,
Tq Mr. G. D. Giman, a former
rosldcnt of 'theso islands, but at
present and for a long poiiod past n
resident of Boston', U. S. A., is due
much of tho credit of Queen Kapio
lanl and party's reception at Boston.
The Mayor of Boston requested Mr.
Gilman to do all in his power for
the entertainment of tho royal
, party. Consequently he went tg
m'$6t liitf'Qucen on tho (rrtin between
DoBtou and Washington, nnd con
tinued with tho party, doing every
thing possible for their commit nnd
entertainment, showing them the
sights, etc. Mr. Gilman also had a
piece of music composed, in which
ouo of our national airs, "Aloha
Oe," is incorporated, nnd which was
played nt the Queen's reception.
It must have been very pleasing lo
Her Majesty to meet in a foreign
land n gentleman who was familiar
with her own country and language.
It may bo added that the assistanco
which may havo been in this way
rendered to tho royal party, is cn
tiicly duo to an old resident of this
country, who sent forward the sug
gestion in writing.
The following items of interest to
us are from the San Francisco
Herald of Trade of May 10th t
Mr. Clans Sprockets of tho Cali
fornia Sugar Refinery, left Sunday
last, for Europo for the purpose of
studying the beet sugar industry,
with thu ultimate purpose of encour
aging the enterprise in this state.
Tho success of the Standard Sugarie
of Alvarado, no doubt stimulating,
this action. The Standard is tho
only refinery of beet sugar in tho
United States that has proven suc
cessful. Mr. Sprcckels is accom
panied by Mr. Waters, chief
draughtsmen of the California Re
finery. E. L. G. Steele of the American
Sugar Refinery, returned on Monday
last from n flying visit to Montreal,
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
via tho Canadian Pacific Railway.
Mr. Steele reports the merchants of
St. Paul and Minneapolis are well
pleased over the competition, as it
releases them from tho tyranny of
New York refineries. They find
that they can do business in San
Francisco and be wholly independ
ent of New York, and trade occa
sionally with Chicago for immediate
convenience. The distribution of
goods from Winnipeg, after United
States territory is reached, comes
under tho short-haul provision, and
is thcreforo very low so low that
Now York cannot undersell San
The Vatican will thoroughly in
vestigate tho Irish question.
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Enfire Change of Programme.
T&arsflay Ereninc, June 2.
- - - i m m
Amateur Minstrel Co.
Second performance of the third scries,
on which occasion nn entirely
new prcg nramn will bo
Taken f rem (hose presented by tho
Britith Benevolent Society
Full particulars later.
Box plan now open at tho ofllco of J.
E. Brown & Co. 00
WHEHE.YS KAM WO & CO. OP
Hutu lulu have thi day made an
nsi-lgnrmnt of all their property to the
undefelgtied for the flemflt of tlulr
creditors. Notice is hereby given to all
paitles owing said Kam Wo & Co to
make immedltte payment, and uny per.
sous havl g claims against Kam wo &
Co. are riquis.cd to present them at
once to tlio undetsignid.
Eil. HOFPeCIIL,AEQER & CO.
Honolulu May 28, 1887. 50 Ot
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
from having any dealings with
uny person exciting Ah In a China
man, with rc;urd to the uvpsor other
fnoperty it tlio Kulauao Rico ilauiatiun
n Ewu, doing htuinciv under the name
of Sua Wo oung Company, as no ono
else bus any authority. All t ansuciiooR
except with his consent will bu void and
any propmy thus transferred, liable tj
Wm, R. CASTLE.
Mortgage of said Plantutlon.
Dated Honolulu May aoih 1887. 49 lw
person desirous of piocuring a
pleasant house can do so by applyli g to
the undersigned. This house and lot is
tituatod on tho corners of Bcretnnla,
Kceauinoku and Young streets. Iloutc
contains three largo rooms und three
verunda rooms, nnd dinning room,
kitchen pantry and bitli room, with
stablo and other out buildings.
W. It. UhiLTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 31 1887. CO w
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Ponsacola
and Lunalilo fc'ts, wliioli cun bo
dividiu into two or more building lots.
Kuqulro of G. WEST,
1654 Of West, Dow & Co.
JapaneHe. ' ,
PliyHiclau una Surfiroon,
Taking tho placo of Dr. Goto,
Will (real Leprosy alter Dr. Goto' Method.
Odlce hours ut Kakanko from I) to 11
a. m.. every dny, except Sunday.
Will visit patients at tilth- residence,
All other diseases treated at his ofiloo
corner of Punchbowl nnd Berotauin Bts.
Odlro hours 1 to 5 p, in. ; Oa Sundays
6 to IV h. m.
BellTelephono No. 387. 4.8.
LOOK HERE! A gi-eat cilAnCp
lor bargains S 'lllng ff at ro-,1 I
Intituling to give up the elmo trado at
the cud of Juno, 1 now ell' r my lino
Btook of shooj AT COS ", for iali.
Come and mnkn vour Beltcttoits at
onoe. P. MoINEBNY, Fort street,
above King ttrcet. 81 lw
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL is fiprcml every evening In tne b ir.
ronm, and patrons will Und ever) thing
to suit the taste of the most fust Id I n
epicures. 47 if
CREAM CAKES and Chocolate
.hcliilrs of superior quuli'y nro now
for s dc nt tlio Elite Ice Cream I'.irlors.
They aro really delicious. 47 lw
AWANT SUPPLIE D-Tiie
"Ei.kik" Hook, J hi axo NhwsrAr-En
OmcE, corner of Queen and II Street,
opposlto oftlco of tho Board of Health,
have, lu connection with their nlrendy
Exicnsivo Printing Establishment, just
received per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer is Roy, of 8a n Francis
co, direct from tho mmuf ictory, Now
York City, A GORDON JOB I'RINT.
INO PRKSi, ouo of tlio Hnet and best
in tlio world, and of tho largest tizo
made. There is nothing lu thlsconntri
to compiro with it. To cxumhin this
lino piece of workmnniliip is worth a
visit to the "Elki.e ' OtUcc. It excel
in doing tho finest kind of woik In the
(shortest possible time.
Merchants nnd others requiring Print
ing of any kind done nt short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo the "Elki.e" ofilco a call. Tele
phone tfo. 544. lm 33
HAVING recently engaged a first,
class Ollilcr and Moulding Maker,
wu nro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re gl A any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor ami Picture
Frames made over as good us new, nnd
at prices within the reach of all. Tho
putilic nto invited to cull and inspect
tomo of this work. Remember, any
tiling that needs renewing in Oold, Old
Gold, llronze. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BROS., Aivr Stobk. 17
- r( LBS. Frch Home-Mode Chew
lUl hg Stirks, or so-rallcd Br.
bers' Po'ei, und 'fah, delicious Vanilla
and Clioenlnto Crcxms which I gunnti
tee to bo far superior and Fold cheaper
than any Imported, nt F HORN'S I'ion
ecr Stemn Candy Fnctory und B ikery
und Ico Cream Parlor. bStf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour is
ullcied for sale by GOiNSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Go as You Please!
ON THURSDAY. EVENING
tho "Go as you plensu" wtlklng match
will cmiimeni e in tin f puciotiM tent In
rear of the Shooting Gnllcry, nnd will be
continued rn Fridny and Mntardav
nighty ftaMiiugeucli night at 11 o'clock
Tlio prizes to lio given will be 25, 15,
and 10 per cent of the ga e mnney, to be
given respectively to the Ural, second
Entries will clrso nt 2 o'clock on
Tminriiiy allrrnoon at tho Pavilion.
AdnlMlon 85 est; Children lO et.
FOR SAN FBANCISCOj
Tho Al Steamship
Will havo Honolulu for tho abovo
Tuesday June 7th,
For Freight or Pnsngo, apply to
SO WM.O.IBWIN &C0 Agenti
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
L. B. KERR,
GO lw Merchant Tailor, Mtrchant SI.
Tho San Franclcco Nows Co., ,
No. 210 I'oitS reel,
San Fiiancisco, M y 10 1687.
A. M. Hewitt Esq.
Honolulu If. I.
Dear Sir: During Mr, Snptr's recent
vl-lt to this nlty, hn m ulo umitu'omi'nts
with tlio Chonkle C II nnd JMMiu,
to havo the exclu-lvo nuency of their
daily papers nt the Is'nnds. And per In.
struclloiisfrom them, wo are not allow
ed to send any copies lo thn Islands Mr.
Snpcr aMuliH his supply direct fiom the
Glllces. MOT VltOM US.
Wo will ronilnuo to supply the weekly
edition of (licse as heretofore,
In' consequence of thoubovo lintnic.
tlons, no dallies of abovo arcsi'tit you by
tl.li mall nor will nny lm Miit In future.
Yours Truly tlio S m Francisco Nows
Co. per E. liaucr for Munager.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Mr. C. 11. Miles, me re,
SuesteU to present them ut ones to
Jinrlcs Cre Igtilon nt our ottlco.
WHITING A pUElGUTON.
Attorneys at Law.
Honolulu Way 80th 1887. 60 Ut.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw' n Jockey Club
To be held at Knplolnnl Purk,
June 10th and 1 1th
Official Programme of Haces
First Day, June lOtli, 1887.
Races to commence at 12 noon.
Itt. Honolulu Plata, $50
Running Haco; J mllo dash: for
Hawaiian bred horse.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, f 100
Running liace; mllo dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purse, $100
Trolling Race, Mllo heats; best 8 In
0; to harness; free for all.
4lh Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Running I!a:u; "lnllodush; open
to all; dinner to ueat tho record of
5lh. Brceder'i Plate, f 75
Running Race; mllo dash; for all
8 ycur olds.
Cth.-llawallan Plate, $76
Running Race; mllo dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commence at 10:30 a in. sharp.
111. The Queen's Plate, $75
Runnlug Race; $ mllo dash; free
2nd. Kamehameha Plate, $150
Running Race; 2 mile dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $1 60
Trotting Race; mllo heats; best 2 in
8; to harness ; opiu to nil.
4th His Majetty't. Cup, $100 added.
Runnitg Rice; 1 mile daeh; for
Htwallun bred horses; owned Ly
nicml ers of the Jockey Club.
6th. Kotlla Challenge Cup, $100 added
Running Race; mile dash; winner
to beat the record ff "Anglo A."
1 :45 made Juno 12, 1830. Cup to
he run for annually, nnd to bo held
by tho winnci until his timo is bea
ten at a meeting of thu Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6ljj,-The King's Plate, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mllo heats; best two In
thiej; to Imrnisj.
7th Novelty Race, $100
1 mllo dah; running; lstquartcr $23
ii mllo $35
1 mile $23
j mllo $J5
Opn to all Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Rait.Match,
Sv tops takes, 820 and M) added.
KwocpKtiiks Tioitlng or Pacing
Race; hist 2 in 8: free for all hoiscs
who have not a record of 8 mln-i. or
better. To Lo drivtn by members
of the Jockey Club.
9lh. Pony Race, f.76
Running Race: 1 mllo dash; opsn
to only HiwallHii bred hones, not
over 14 hind, and not under 8 yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on M'nday Juno Uih 1887, at tho office
of the Secretary, and all enlranco fees to
bo 10 per cent, unless otherwise specift
cd. All races to be run or trotted under
thcrulcs of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Grand Stand, (xtra.. .50 cents and 81
Carriages insido of Course.. .3 nO each
Quarter Stretch Ridges $5.00 each
0. 0- BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.O.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will again conaenee operatlaaB am
Tkaraday, May K6tb,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now and improved machinery
and other apparatus, ilio present mana
gor guarantees to supply Tnro Flour that
wil make a better chus of poi than ever
All orders to be sent to W. II. Cum
mine, Manager, at tho Factory, Wal.
luku, Maul, or to W. G. Irtirin & Co ,
Agent1, Honolulu. 44 lm
THE undersigned having bcon this
day duly appointed Aisignee of the
estate of John M. Ka ena, Jratikrui t,
hen by notlllci all parties indebted to
said ota'o to make immedlato imjment,
and thofo having claims agatnot raid
estate to present them without delay at
his ofllco No. .18 Merchant street Hono
lulu. CHA3. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 13. 1887. 35
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Pcholtz. of Wailuku. Maui.
lias sold all right, tltlo and Interest in
the blacksmith shop, fltiiatcd on the
right siilo of Kuliulul road, in tho said
dlstiict of Wailuku, to tho undersigned,
who il carry on tho business in future.
I have also appointed Mr. Clms. U.
Onukett, as manager of tho said shop,
I ho public aro invited to glvo a call,
aud all blucksmllhing work will be ex.
cctitcd with despatch.
1)7 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tlfsuo Paper
Flowers iiiukIU for 2. Lessons
clven In Oriwnn PortruUsj and nIo tho
LWhtnlng Method of Flower nnd Li ml.
pctpo Palntlnir. FIqait Piilnllng, 93;
Landcaptl $10, for full courts
U dura taken for Cruyon Portraits ant)
Lan lscapo Pulnilncs.
- 1(10 'KINO STREET, onpoMto
Kiiwiilnu io Church. U4 lm
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U colums, a per annum,
By thu steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, u largo assortment of the
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress (roods
Batisto, Larons, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention. . v- .
New Novelties in. Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices. tub" A.
IcSLadies are invited to call and inspect our stock. - nf?
No trouble to show goods. '
S, EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street , '
(Opposlto W. G.
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clotl,
flats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Lineof Gent's Shoes
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 and Oats, being cooked by Steam, and
only requiring a short timo to prepare them for the table.
Hf Tho most nutritious food known.tBt
Also, Germea, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prune?, Nwti, Raisins,
New Zealand, California, and Islard Poiatoct), &o.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken fcod, for sale by
Oli&s, Hustace, - - King- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all oases 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 catered on nil state occasons, ns also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamehameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook sad Ornamcntcr !:( oaolnla.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74 (05 3m) Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at
A largo assortment of
COLGATE & CO.,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNi
- FARINA GERMAN COLOGNT3,I&o.
Xoi (Sale ivt
to the Ladies.
Irwin & Go's.) ' ,
Hollister & Co.'s
well - known brands of
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