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FRIDAY, JUNK 0. 1887.
Dktno Mary Wlnkelman from f nnl'rnn-
Stinr Klnait from windward purl
Stmr Kllnttvii I Ion from !lmn:tl;iiii
Htmr Wnlalcale from Kauai
Htmr iliw Makee from Knp.iii
Schr Witic-liii from Wiiiulim
Stmr i) It JtNliop from Lahalna
Stmr J A i ummitis from Koolutt
Bktno V II Dltnonil from San Francisco
Bk Athiiita from Depnitiiru Hay
Stmr W O Hall for Lnliiilnn, Mmiliicn,
Komi ntiil Kmt nt 10 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinmi sit G n m for the Voleauo
From windward ports, per utinr Kl
nau, June it T Jt Keywrnth, V II
Holmes, Mrs U X Arnold, W II ttlck
mil, HSKIeknrd.MlMS X Itickarel, Kev
Kalewaa, Cnpt Nelson, J Oiulerklrk,
Mrs J II WodelioiiM1, Uev Kekuewn,
Mntor Kckucwa, A IIanelerfr..I Ilrlglil.
T Gay, W II Cornwell, 7. I'ankIM, .1
Doluty, JIbD (Jrownliigberjr, Miss 12
Ttirton and !( deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Klnaii 100 sheep, 1 lior.se, 1 mule and
On May 1 1 tlic Norwegian liark Vlkar
Hailed from lircnieii for Honolulu.
'J'he Norwegian bark Gvda was load
ing eoal at Newcastle, X S for this
port when tlio Australia left San I'rau
cleo. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Company A of tlio Honolulu Rifles
will elect ii captain thiH evening.
Tiik W. II. Diniond, just urrived
outside, lias powder on board.
Mn. J. 1'. Wiitcrhousc lias been an
importer of lire arms for the past
Mu. Lewis .1. Levey will hold his
regular cash sale tit 10 o'clock to
Tni'.iu: will bo a running race and
a trotting contest at tho 1'nrk to
A FCitooi. of instruction, for the
jion-coniniisi-oned olllccrs of tlio Ho
nolulu Will's lias been organized.
Tin: Victoria Jubilee medals im
ported by Mr. Kerr arc on Mile at
Mr. Jlewett's llookstore, Merchant
Mit. Lewis J. Luvey will sell 20
shares of Mutual Telephone stock at
unction to-morrow, at noon, at his
Tiik Fire Department will turn out
to-morrow afternoon, to try the water
power from the new pipes, corner of
Jlerctania and Emma street.
Tub adjourned annual meeting of
tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will be held to-morrow even
ing in tho Fort Street Church parlors
Mn. A. M. Hewett has just re
ceived a fine assortment of colored
iiroworks, just tho thing for Kaiueha
meha Day and Queen Victoria's
Jubilee. A complete list will be
Mn. Gcorgo Huddy has taken
charge of tho Dentistry ollico for
merly occupied by Dr. McAllister,
and will eairy on tho business on
his own account, promising strict
attention to his patrons' require
ments. Pitorrssoit Rev. .1. A. Zaliin, who,
it will be rcmnicinborcd, visited this
country u year or so ago, wrote n
scries of articles on the Hawaiian
Islands for "Tho Rocky Mountain
News." Tlicso articles, which con
tain very interesting reading, have
now been published in book form.
To-moiihow at 10 o'clock A. M., tho
furniture belonging to tho Rev. J. A.
Crur.uu will bo brought to tho ham
mer by Mr. Morgan, spokesman for
E. 1 Adams it Co. In addition to a
full lino of household requisites, a
sweet toned piano will bo sold, also a
full set of tho new American Ency
clopedia, bound in half Russia.
At about 0:30 o'clock every even
ing Mr. Frank Higgius has a circus
in his tent on Fort street. A Russian
dog, with a Hawaiian Hag in his
mouth, runs around the ring as fiibt
us he can, while u parrot, perched on
tho judge's stand, counts tho laps
mid keeps the time with the dignity
of a judge.
It is publicly advertised that tlio
Chambei Iain's ollico "will bo open
for business on Fridays only, between
12 o'clock noon and 2 r. m," Guided
by this notice, over a dozen persons
waited at that ollico to-day, during
the time specified, hut no business
could bo done, because there was no
one thcro with whom to transact it.
Tin: King has appointed .1. Ha
lnuukii, as Captain, and Thomas
Nathaniel, Fiist Lieutenant, of the
household troops, Tho former has
boon for three years studing for tho
ministry in tho Xorth I'aeillo Mis
sionary Instituto, and declined three
times to tako any such appointment,
which finally was made without any
piovious inquiry. Thomas Nathaniel
was fonueily an assistant clerk of
1 the Supremo Court.
Although tlio Russian Government
has treated Sir "West liidgowny,
Cliiuf of the British Commission of
the Afghanistan Frontier Dispute,
with the utmost courtesy since his
arrival it refuses to abate any of its
Bwr.trffww. iiw ll)Tyrcrr''TT,''TP!?T
BLUE RIDDOM LGACUE.
The usual pleasing programme of
tlio League will bo given at the Y.
M. C. A. Hull to-morrow evening.
As this will bo the last opportunity
to meet Mr. Cruzan at these inter
esting meetings, it is. hoped there
will be a good house.
A gentleman whosu modesty
makes him unwilling to have his
name announced publicly, has pre
sented the Library Association with
about fifty volumes, including a sot
of Ilulwcr's works in thirty seven
A RARE TREAT.
Those who wish to see some of
the beautiful scenes incident to
travel in Europe without the expense
or trouble of the dip, should be
sure to attend Mr. Dickinson's illus.
trated lecture in the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, at 7 :U0 this evening. It costs
only seventy-live cents, to thus visit
ANOTHER LECTURE FOR CHILDREN.
A second and last talk to the
children will be given bv Mr. Dick
inson at the Y. M. C. A. Hall to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Five
illustrations of Florence, Pisa, Home
Venice and oilier cities will be
shown, as well as some fine pictures
and statues. Twenty live cents will
admit all who attend this lecture,
older people as well as well us young
This afternoon about half-past 1
o'clock, an accident occurred at the
corner of King and Alakea streets,
by which a Portuguese named Philip
Emanuel got severely hurt. He was
engaged with a gang of men erecting
electric light posts. On raising one
of them, the shears canted over and
the pole fell, striking the victim on
the side of the head. After being
examined by Drs. McWayne, Gray
and McGrcw, he was removed in a
hack to the Queen's Hospital.
THE COMING SHOW.
The Amateur Minstrels arc mak
ing extra efforts to produce a show
of the highest quality next Saturday
night, and there is no doubt of their
success. "Our Navy" will be re
produced with improvements. The
occasion will be a bcncllt to Mr. Yv.
G. Armstrong, who has been from
the first organisation of the com
pany, one of its main pillars. The
box plan opened at Messrs. J. E.
Drown & Co.'s olllcc at 9 o'clock
this morning, and by .'1 this after
noon nearly every seat was taken.
Mr. A. Rosenburg, the Custom
House Appraiser, received a present
of a silver cup and a gold medal,
on the first instant. The cup bears
the inscription "His Majesty Kala
kaua I to Abraham Rosenberg, June
1st, 1887." The gold medal, which
is about the size of a $5 gold piece,
is similarly inscribed, with the
King's features on the reverse side,
and a small attachment on the upper
rim in the shape of a crown, to
which is fastened a strip of blue
MR. W. II. POGUE HURT.
A letter from Mr. J. II. Mabv to
Wildor's S. S. Co. dated May .'loth,
states that Mr. W. 1 Poguc, while
riding up tho Volcano road, with a
load of wood, last Friday, met with
a painful accident. The load was
about to topple over when Mr.
Poguc jumped. He lost his balance
and fell on the stump of a small
tree. The stump which was about
an inch and a half in diameter, and
about three feet above ground, pene
trated tho left side of the rectum
and entered tho intestine about six
inches above the orifice. The wound
is not necessarily fatal, and by the
lattcst accounts the patient was
THE GO-AS-YOU-PLEASE RACE.
A few minutes after 7 o'clock last
evening, Harry Smith and Joe
Camara started on the go-as-you-please
race. A Japanese and Jacob
Simms were to have gone in, but
withdrew at the last moment. Smith
and Camara started olf on a jog-trot,
and at tho expiration of the four
hours Camara had traveled 2f miles
and 20 laps and Smith 2a miles and
10 laps, 21 laps making a mile. The
attendance was fair, and as the com
petitors are well matched, the race
will become more interesting ns it
continues. On a black-board, in
full view of the audience, each lap
was registered. The Portuguese
band played throughout tho evening,
keeping tho runners as well as
spectators in good humor. The race
will be resumed at 7 o'clock this
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tlio following passengers aro
booked at the ollico of AVm. G. Ir
win & Co., to leave by the Alameda
due hero to-day froin tlio Colonies
en route for San Fianeisco: II.
Hopkins, M. Rosenthal, Captain
Mclntyio and daughter, Miss Julia
Judd.'S. Selig, B. Rosenthal, Cap
tain Turner and wife, Mrs. Florcnco
Williams, Miss M. E. Spooner, M.
J. Franklin, B. Sclilolz, 0. E. Lag,
A. Maguiro, Miss Anna Curl.
By tho Australia, sailing Tues
day, tlio following aro already book
ed: Mrs. lliggins, Mrs. S. Damon
and family, Miss GVowly, Mrs.
Hyde, Miss Fyfo, G. C. Williams
and wife, G. "NVajipIo, N. C. Brigg,
H. Q. Moroy, Mra. P. A. Vary,
Miss McCalls, II. A. Powell, wife,
three children and seivant, D. E.
Hayes, M. V. Helshaw and wife,
Mrs. A. Jules, Miss E. M. Thomp
son, E. C. Ilaie and sou, Miss
Campbell, L. L. Van Slvke, W. B.
McAllister and wife, Mrs. S. B.
Hariissoti, Mrs. F. W. Terrill, E.
AJeiinlngliovcn, E. Sohulze, E. S.
Dodge and wife, F. V. Glade,
Master Isenberg, Tyler Beach, S.
A. Barker, Colonel Van Vleet and
wife, Captain A. W. Peirco and
wife, Mis. M. A. Blanchard, Mrs.
S. E. Bishop, Sidney Dickinson and
wife, Rev. II. Bingham and wife,
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, wife and family,
Monsieur Feer, Mrs. Fcer and
Misses Fcer (2), E. A. Burr and
wife, W. McDonald and wife, Dr.
M. Goto and wife, Mrs. Henderson,
J. B. Lillie.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
pKKFoiiMAxei: iiy tiii: amatkuu
At the second performance of the
third series of the Honolulu Ama
teur Minstrels, last night, the Opera
House was comfortably filled.
A new feature of the evening's
entertainment, was the addition of
three musicians to the orchestra,
from the steamship Australia. In
fact, most of the orchestral work
was executed by them, with the as
sistance of Mr. Myron Jones on the
piano. The three instruments they
played were violin, flute, and harp.
The harmony of sweet sounds pro
duced was charming. The time be
tween acts was filled in by this
music, and its acceptability to the
audience was evidenced by frequent
The performance on tlio whole was
good, but not up to the established
standard of the Minstrels. It was
a kind of off night with thein.
Some of the solos in the first half
of the programme were nicely sung.
The choruses were all vorv good.
The "Old Folks Concert," by Harry
Von Holt and E. F. Bishop, was the
same as given at the previous per
formance, with a little finish added,
which made it better than before.
The concluding part of the pro
gramme consisted of a half dozen
tableaux, which were mostly a
burlesque of those exhibited a few
weeks ago in the entertainments
given in aid of tlio British Bene
volent Society. "Looking over the
palace wall," seemed to suit the
audience belter than the others, on
account of its local character. The
machinery of the drop curtain was
out of order and did not work satis
factorily, which helped to detract
from the success of the exhibition.
A VALUVBLE RECOGNITION.
A Gold Waltham watch bearing
the following inscription and accom
panied by the following address was
presented to Mr. Gideon West yes
"Presented by the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company
to Gideon West, Esq., as a mark of
Gmr.ox Wr.sr Esq., President of
tlio Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Company Sir: Wo the under
signed Stockholders, Directors and
Employees of the Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Company, de
sire your acceptance of the accom
panying watch, winch we tender
you as a small token of our esteem
to you as a gentleman and also as a
remembrance of our very friendly
and appreciative feelings' towards
you as our late Manager.
We shall treasure and remember
our associations in the past, and
hope always to bo held in pleasure
able remembrance by you.
W. W. Wright, James G. Spen
cer, W. O. Smith, Clias. T. Gulick,
W. E. Foster, A. L. Smith, B. F.
Dillingham, W. Buchanan, J. N.
Wright, Ed. Lycan, E. C. Scliu
iimii, John F. Smith, Ed. Langley,
T. D. Miirraj', Gus Scliuman, James
Dechatzv, G. D. Young, Den
Daiger.'Thos. Wright, J. E. Car
roll, John M. Angus. James Kin
ney, A. Bannister, II. M. Dow.
The following reply was handed
to the donors by Mr. West :
Gr.KTi.r.Mr.x: I nm in receipt of
your kind letter and tho very elegant
watch which you bo kindly have
given me. Permit mn to offer my
heartfelt thanks to you, and rest
assured that, wherever fortune 111113'
cast my lot, 1 shall never cease to
rcmembor the pleasant associations
of the past few years and the many
kind attentions' I havo received at
Thanking you again for this
beautiful token of regard and your
very generous thoughts of approval
expressed in your testimonial, 1 re
THE REV FATHER O'LEARY.
Kev. Father O'Lcary, a well
known Catholic priest in his day,
and John l'hilpot Curran, tho re
nowned Irish orator, met at dinner
one day at tho house of the actor,
Mielui'l Kelly. They were warm
friends, and, as may bo easily imagin
ed, O'Loary vs. Curran was no bad
match. After dinner Curran said
to him: "Rev. Father, I wisli you
wore Saint Peter." "And why,
Counsellor, would you wish that I
wore St. Peter?" asked O'Leary.
"Because, How Father, in that
case," said Curran, "you would
have the keys of Heaven and you
could let 1110 in." "By my honor
and conscience, Counsellor," re-
piled tho divine, "it would ha bet
ter for you that 1 bad the keys of
the other place, for then I could let
To Proprietor Klile ho Cream Pa 1 ire.
Doir iilrf, N'e, a 0 mimlttee appoint,
cd by the Cotnpuy, ixpri! our thanks
for the delirious I ;o C'icaiii ami Cikes
tliat von to Mnilly cut u liut y.iturdtiy
M.iy 2bth. We uiu lei-pci'lmlly,
,('Air. 0 0 Koss.
lit blent. A. r Jouu
A. A in hit 1 ox.
C. M. 1 ooke, Jr.
G3 It ,1. WAiuitubi'jH.
pREAM CAKES and Chocolate
V i'.clnlrs of guicitor quull y uro no
tm ndu at tliu hi to Icu Cieam 1 triors.
They aru really dcliciou?. -17 lw
T ISSCH ILLBU RCT RECEI V
1YJL ed by tlio "Australia" a very Hue
and beauliiiil aortmeiit of stylMi' mil
linery gooiN. Her former" stoek of
trimmed bats and bonnet, she will sell
at eot. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 5a lm.
LOOK HERE I A great chance
for bargains. Selling off at ro,t 1
li.tjiidlng to five lip the i-Ii"u Undent
tliu end of June, 1 now oil', r niv line
ock of slices AT COS T, for iali."
Come mid make vour selections at
once. I. JIclNEHXV, Fort strcit,
above King ttreet. fil lw
rPHE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
X is n uiul every evunlog In ine Ii ir.
room, and patrons will Unit everything
to suit tliu tasto of the most fusildi iw
epicures. -17 If
Lodge Lo Progres.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
JL Meeting ot Lulgo Lo Proxies du
I'Oceanle, iui. 121.A F. & A. MT, This
KvciiIiik, at 7:3i o'clock. Mi-ntbers of
IIawail.111 Lodge No. 'J I, V. & A M. and
visiting lliotlicrs In good Handiugnro
cordially invited. ST 1'li.lrd Degree.
Jly order of W. M.
o" U R. KISTLEK, Sec.
jiTKMUBHS are requested to meet nt
JxL the Eugino House, 011
Saturday, Juno 4th,
at .1:15 p. in,, tonitend 11 line drill, by
order of iho Chief Fnglnecr.
All are requested lo'eoniu and
WUiml l.v MioIj- Foi-eiuiiii,
M. 1). MOVSAHJtAT.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Commercial Insurance Co.
CPiro and Murine)
Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
South British Fire and Marino Ins. Co
New York Life Insurance Co.
General Agent. Iluw'n Islands.
I HSU ly
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
ii, June i.
Amateur Minstrel Co,
COMl'LIMRN TAHY HEXKFIT
W. G. Armstrong,
on which occasion there will bo mi
Enfire Change of Programme.
Tho evening's entertainment will
conclude with tliu laughable farei',
OXJJR, IS JESTS' 9"
In which some new points will bo In.
troducid. Full piogniuuuo In to.innr.
Rix plan now open at the ollico of J,
K. IJrown it Co. 511
The DicKinson LBctnres
Wit'i beautiful views by a Powerful
The Two I.imt mid Elicit r tho
l.'Olll'HC In tlio
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6, 1887.
At 7.110 i'. M.
HIiikIo TlulcolH - m CoillH
CJoui'r TlnlcotH ... Hl.UB
For snlo at tho bcokstorup, and of tho
Y. M. O. A. Knt 'iiHlnnient Committee.
Fourth Annual 3Jetinpr
fiaw'n Jockey Club
To be held nt Kaplolnul Turk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programmo of Races
First Day, Juno 10th, J 887.
Kaccs to commence nt 1U noon.
til. Honolulu Plato, $50
Hmming Ituce; mile dash: for
Ilnwallnn bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate. $100
Running Itncc; mile dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purso, $100
Trolling ltuco, Mile heats; best .1 In
B; to harness; fiee for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $t 00 added
Running- Ilaie; !.( mile (lush ; open
to all; inner to neat the record of
"May D " 1 :20.
5th. Breeder's Plate, $75
Riiniinii; Itncc; mile dnsli; forall
U year olds.
6th. Hawaiian Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
rncea to cotnincncu at 10:30 a.m. bharp.
1 si. Tho Queen's Plato, $75
Running Race; y, mile dusli; free
2nd. Kamchamcha Plate, $150
Running Race; 2 mile dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $150
Trotting Racu; mile heats; best 2 in
!1; to hnriiess; open to all.
4th, His Majesty's Cup, $100 addod.
Runnli'g Rieo; 1 mile dash; for
Iliwaliuu bred liorsis; owned by
nieml er.s of the Jockey Club. Cup
to be run f-ir auniinlly.
5lh. ltoslla Challenge Cup, $100 added
Running ltuco; mile dash; winner
to hem tliu record f "Angle A."
1 :15)ij made June 1L', lSSd. Cup to
be run for numinlly, and to lie held
by tho wlnnei until his time is bea
ten at it meeting of tliu Jockey Club.
Open to nil.
Gth Tho King's Plate, $100
Trolling It ice; for Hawnilan bred
horse only; mile heats; Lest two in
lliicu; to Imriu.ss.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 mi!ailu-li; running; lstqunrtcr$23
y, mile 825
1 inilu $-'.-.
?.f niilo $2!i
Opun to all Hawaiian bred horses.
8lh. Jockey Club Post Match,
Sweepstnkis, 820 and $10 added.
Swci'potnks Tioiting or Pacing
R.icc; best 2 in !l: free for all homes
ho have not a record of 3 mln-i. or
better. To Lo driven by members
of the Jockey Club.
9th. I'ony Raco, $75
Running Rnco; 1 mllo dnah; open
to only Iliwuiinn brid lior.-is, not
over 14 hiniN, and not under ii yrB,
old; catch weighis.
All entries to cloe at 12 o'clock noon,
on M 'iidny June 0 h 1887, nt tliu otllce
of the t-cctctnry, and all entrance fees to
in; iu pur eeai, iiiue oiucrwiso epecill
cd. All nice lo be run or trotted under
tlierules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents eneb
Titttr.ind Stand, ixirn... 50 cents and 81
Carriages in-ide of Course... $2 fiO eanli
Quarter Stretch Uidgcs $5.00 each
C. 0. J3ERGEB, Secretary. H. J.0.
Taro Flour Factory,
Willi u kit, Mmil,
Will again commence nprrntlonK on
Tlitirmluy, May KOth,
mill will supply Tnro Flour In any
With now and improved niichincry
nr.d oilier iippnriitiio, the present miina
ger guaraiitets lo supply Tnro Flour that
wil innko a better clui-s of pol than ever
All orders to bo sent to W. II. Cum
min', .Manager, at tliu Factory, Will
luku, Maui, or to W. O. Irwin Ss Co,
A;ctit, Honolulu. 41 lm
nIIK undersigned hnvlng been this
X day duly appointed Assignee of the
estntu of John M. Knpeiui, bankrupt,
hereby not'ules all parlies indebted to
baid cstmu to innko immediate najuieni,
and those hnvlng claims against taid
otiito to present them without delay at
ins omcu JNo. lis Aierclinnt street Hono
lulu. CIIA3. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. as
NOTIOF. IS 11KHKBY GIVKNTIIAT
Fred Scliolt.. of Walluku, Maui,
lias Mild all right, titlu mid Interest in
the hlnckHiiitli shop, tliunted on tliu
rljilit sHo of Kahuliii rood, in tho Bald
dlhtiici of Walluku, to tlio undersigned,
who will carry on tho limbless In future.
I luivo nlo appointed .Mr. Clitis. H.
Coekeit, as manager of tho nald i-hop,
Mm public aru invited to give a call,
mid all blacksmliliing work will bo ex.
cculed with despatch.
!I7 lm JOIIX W. KAMA.
AFULl, COUHSE of Tifsun Paper
Flowers taught for $2. Lessons
given in (Jrnvoii Portraits; and abo tliu
I.l.'btning Method of Flower anil I. slid.
Fcsiipo Painting. Flower Painting, )i!l;
Landscape, 10, for full courses
Oulura taken for Crayon Portraits and
fiST m KINO STJtKET, opposite
Kawalnhio Church. ill lm
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
iu column, $: per uuuum.,
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By tho stuainer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, u large assortment of the
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
2CLadies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to
S. EHRLICH, 63
(Opposite W. 0.
E G AN &
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and ValiseB.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Break
Prepared from Snow Flako Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely now preparation of wheat and Out -i, belli? cooked by Sterna, and
only requiring a short time to prepare them for the table.
tSBTTho most nutritious food known.-QSa
Also, Gerinoii, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice bates, Prune?, Nuts, itaisins,
Now Zealand, California, nnd Islai.d Potatoes, &i
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
CliL4 Hustace, - - Iving- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases the 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 state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their latu ilajcstics Kainohanicliti IV, Ivamehaincha V, and
Luiinlilo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in uiy establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
I'ractieiil Confectioner, 1'HMtry Conk niut Oriiniiiciiter liCIIoiiolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotol and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. ("5 3m) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Oo.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of .
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBOTJGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
XTox Stilo a,t Xezionixlle Prices.
w WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
and 65 Fort Street,
Irwin Jt Co'?.)
Fro Custom Made Clothing
of Gent's Shoes
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