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SATURDAY, JUNE 1. 1887.
Juno 3 r , ,
8 S Alameda from tho Colonies
8tmr Mokollt from Molokal
Stinr Kliuin ut 0 n in for tho Vnlcnuo
S 8 Alamcilit for Smi Fraticlxco nt 2 p in
VE38ELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kllnucn Hon for Haumkua nt 5 pm
Htmr Mokolll for Molokal nt r, p tn
Stmr Iwntnnl for Lnhalna ami Hninakun
nt 8 n m
From tlic Colonies, per 8 S Alameda,
Juuo 3-Mr Lntng, Mr Tod, MIm L Pur
vis. It E Weathead, O Mori Is, P Poulet
nnd 174 In transit.
Tho 8 S Alameda discharged Sydney
pilot, May 18tli, nt 5 p in. Stopped for
Auckland pilot, May 22ud, nt !:!)( p in.
4 days 8 hours. Discharged Auckland
pilot ntllp in, May 23rd, having been
detained 9 honra waiting for tho innll.
Stopped off Tutulla, Mny27th, nt 7::)0
pm: sailed 7:45 p m. Stopped for
Honolulu pilot, 5:15 pm. Time from
Sydney, 10 dnys, 20 hours, 5 mln. From
Auckland 11 days, IC hours, 20 m. Had
heavy weather between Sydney nnd
Aueklaud, thence tine.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Steamer Likcliko is expected hero
MoitE bombs and guns can bo lind
at A. W. Pierce & Co.'s. .
Mb. A. M. Howctt
for Into news favors.
has our thanks
Both tho "Friend" nnd tho "Angli
can Church Chronicle," for Juno, uro
Mit. Oggcl will preach ''a sermon
for tho vouiiK," at tho
Tm: annual election of offlccrB of
' tho Firo Department will como off on
- Monday evening next.
There is an excellent picture of
Queen Victoria on view in Mr.
Howctt's bookstoro window.
His Majesty's lunu in honor of the
Masonic excursionists is going on nt
Wnikiki this afternoon.
1 m i
Twelve blood horses arrived yes
terday pur Mary Winkleman for
Miles nnd Hayloy's livery stables.
Mil. J. B. Sutton, purser of tho
steamship Alameda, is thanked for
flics of Australian and Now Zealand
The Kinau will return to Hono
lulu early Tuesday, and will sail
again at d o'clock that day for Hilo
Wono Man having sold out his in
terest in his rico plantation at Moa
nalua, Oalui, ho has no more interest
in said plantation.
The Royal Hawaiian Band is play
ing ut tho Masonic lunu, at Waikiki,
.this afternoon, in consequenco of
which thero is no eoncort at Emma
No band concert at Emma Squaro
on Monday evening next, tho musi
cians being engaged to play at tho
Masonic hall to bo given at tho Ha
The San Francisco "Morning Call"
of March 29th say, "Jonnio Nichols
haB been granted a divorce from
Emory J. Nichols, by Judgo Wilson,
on tho ground of infidelity."
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" The sale of Mons. Henri Fcer's
household furniture has been post
poned for one month, on account of
tho Commissioner's successor not
Owners and' trainers aro reminded
that all entries for tho races to take
placo on tho 11th June close at 12
noon on Monday next at the office of
tho Secretary II. J. C.
A grand assortment of firoworks
havo been imported by Mr. A. M.
Howctt for tho Queen's Jubilco and
tho Fourth of July, and aro offered
for salo at moderato prices.
There was a largo run on yester
day's Bulletin containing the full
roport of tho Masonic Banquet at tho
Hawaiian Hotel. A few copios still
left can bo had at A. M. Howott's, J.
H. Sopor's or tho Daily Bulletin
The Earl and Countess of Aber
deen wcro through passengers by tho
S. S. Alameda. During tho vessel's
stay in port thev wore tho guests of
Major J. II. Wodchbuso, II. B.M.
Commissioner and Consul General.
Mr. Lillio. Mr. Baker, Mrs. Dem-
ining and daughter, Mr. Adams, N.
C. Briggs, G. Wapplo, H. C. Moroy,
D. E. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Dodgo and
Mr. Powell loft at 0 o'clock this morn
ing on tho steamer Kinau for tho
Merchant street opposite Mc
Inorny's now building, was complete
ly blocked at -times this morning,
owing to tho careless manner in
which prisoners in chargo of carts,
arranged their vehicles whilst load
ing with debris from tho excavations.
The go-as-you-pleaso race in tho
big tent on Fort street attracted quito
tv company of spectators last night.
At tho close, tho scoro stood, added
to tho previous night's iccord:
Camara, 48 miles and It) laps ; Smith,
in ;i . i n i.. .... n' ...,.1.1 ...ill
V III HUH UI1U I lIB. .lU-Illgllk
terhiinato tho race.
' Amonort tho recent iinnortations
aro specially to bo mentioned somo
now eond Iti tho nontb (nuilitilng
line, comprising liuta, and clothing
of ovcry duturiptiun. Tint huts uro
made to tlio special oidrr of Mr.
Kgan for this market ami aro without
doubt of a finality and stylo to suit
tho taste of tho most fastidious.
Black silk hats, black foil anil dark
felt aro amongst tho lot, and should
not fail to attract all who lo6iro to
wear a flist elas3 New York hat.
A r King Bio., Ilotol i-licct, on
view, 1h a painting of (Milneio manges
by Mrs. Strong. At tho samo place
may be seen also paintings of fruits
ami flowers b Mrs. M. Ullliliind.
Several of TmornicrV urtistio works,
on tho Volcano, adorn the gallery,
and steel engravings, neatly framed,
and other piotures aro" displayed
about tho stoic.
The "Navy" having undergone a
thorough overhaul, will ngain bo
presented to public view this even
ing on tho boards of tho Hawaiian
Opera House. More decorations aro
to bo bestowed on tho gallnnt officers,
anil if they aio as nppioprinto as tho
previous lot scattered around, they
must meet with public approbation.
Holy Moses is still in tho laud of the
living and has entirely rccoveied
from tho drenching ho got on tho oc
casion of tho last naval roviow.
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
Tho usual pleasing programme of
tho League will he given at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall this evening. As
this will he the last opportunity
to meet Mr. Cruzan at these inter
esting meetings, it is hoped there
will be a good house.
ARRIVAL OF THE S. S. ALAMEDA.
The Oceanic Steamship Alameda
arrived at half-past 5 o'clock last
evening from the Colonies en route
for San Francisco. Sho sailed again
Editor Bulletin: I havo been
reading in the Bulletin that Dr.
Goto had discharged several lepers
as cmed. Now as this question is of
the greatest impoitaneo to the medi
cal world, I take the lirjert- to ask
before his departure: How can he
prove his cure to a medical man?
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The following passengers are
booked at the office of Win. G. Ir
win & Co., to leavo hy tho Alameda
clue hero to-day from tho Colonies
en routo for San Francisco: II.
Hopkins, M. Rosenthal, Captain
Mclntyio and daughter, Miss Julia
Judd, S. Selig, B. Rosenthal, Cap
tain Turner and wife, Mrs. Florence
Williams, Mis3 M. E. Spooncr, M.
J. Franklin, C. Schloss, C. E. Lag,
A. Maguiro, Miss Anna Curl.
By the Australia, sailing Tues
day, tho following are already book
ed : Mrs. lliggins, Mrs. S. Damon
and family, Miss Crowly, Mrs.
Hyde, Miss Fyfe, G. C. Williams
and wife, G. Wapple, N. C. Brigg,
II. C. Morey, Mrs. P. A. V.ary,
Miss McCalls, II. A. Powell, wife,
three children and servant, D. E.
Hayes, M. W. Belshaw and wife,
Mrs. A. Jules, Miss E. M. Thomp
son, E. C. Hare and son, Miss
Campbell, L. L. Van Slvkc, W. B.
McAllister and wife, Mrs. S. B.
Hanisson, Mrs. F. W. Terrill, E.
Benninghoven, E. Schulze, E. S.
Dodgo andwlfo, F. W. Glade,
Master Isenberg, Tyfer Beach, S.
A. Barker, Colonel Van Vleet and
wife, Captain A. W. "Peirce and
wife, Mis. M. A. Blanchard, Mrs.
S. E. Bishop, Sidnoy Dickinson and
wife, Rev. II. Bingham and wife,
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, wife and family,
Monsieur Feer, Mrs. Feer and
Misses Feer (2), E. A. Burr and
wife, W. McDonald and wife, Dr.
M. Goto and wife, Mrs. Henderson,
J. B. Lillie.
We aro just now enjoying refresh
showers, which relieves us from tho
fear of a dry season. Theio is no
doubt, however, that tho protracted
drought has slightly affected tho
tho cane. Sevcial of tho mills havo
shut down, nnd attention to cultiva
tion is tho main business just now.
Tho Kohala Mill is effecting re
pairs and improvements, preparing
for a heavy season's work, as an
immense crop of cane Is almost ripe.
The Union Mill seems to ho the
hardest jvorked in tho district, and
rumor says that the few sharehold
ers in the company havo reason to
bo satisfied with their dividend.
Ono of S. G. Wilder's stores, that
at Pucliuoliu, has passed into the
hands of a co-operativo company
with a capital of 850,000. Tho
shaies aro said to bo held by a few
of tho plantation owners, and Mr.
II. P. Wood, whoso services tho
now company will still retain as
The largo stores at Ilnlawa and
Mahukona will still remain tho pro
pel ty of Mr. Wilder. Ono thing
appears certain, that thero nro twice
too many stores and hands engaged
in tho distribution of our goods, a
smaller outlay of both would ho an
ndvantago all round.
There has recently been several
deaths of Portuguese children,
chiefly from fever. Perhaps tho ad
vent of mangoes may have something
to do with it. A noticeable feature
is tho Ignoranco and helplessness of
the parents in treating their sick
children, and neglect in sending for
a doctor. In ono caso a fine girl of
eleven was sick for seven days and
delirious boforo a doctor was called,
just when tho fever claimed its vic
Thero is every probability that
our siiKfii" Will shortly go rtlraot
fioin MnhuUoiui l Sun KiuncUco,
and not in leaky schooners either,
uh wo weru offcietl by a contractor,
hut on our own steamship. Kohnla
possesses money and grit, don't you
Talking of stcntnshin and grit re
minds one of a joke here to make a
bid for the Knliullo.i and bo relievo
tho Government of that saffron
coloied elephant, but she was too
slow in movement ami tinliuposing
In a recent issue jott suggested
disti Uniting abroad illustrations of
tho islands, scenei', etc., why not
include some of our public build
ings: there is the Kohala court
house and surroundings. It couldn't
bo photographed. There arc some
things that can't bo put In n pic
turedirt and its flavor, for In
stance : but if placed on the Pole
and shipped to Samoa it would
surely form a good companion pic
ture to the man-of-war, especially If
tho "Minister of War nnd tho
Navy" could bo straddled across tho
gable end. It would doubtless im
press his Samoan Majesty as it docs
every stranger. Thero is not a
cow-shed in Kohala so tumble-down
and dilapidated and dirty, as our
temple of justice, but we shrug our
shoulders and say rui-hnnn?
The Rev. II. F. E. Whnllcy and
family intend leaving for England
in July. Mr. and Mrs. Whalley
have made many friends here, and
as the founder and just minister of
the Anglican Church, Mr. Whalley
cannot be forgotten. It is expected
that the Rev. J. Mortimer Silver
will bo tho new incumbent of St.
Miss Mary Green has arrived for
a season of temperance work amongst
Hanaiians. This is a big field for a
Mr. Frank Damon is also hero on
a periodical visit to the Chinese
By the Oceanic S. S. Alameda
which arrived last evening, we have
a few news items not heretofore to
hand. Wo give them as follows:
A private letter was received in
Sydney recently fiotn Samoa stat
ing that rumors wero afloat among
the residents to the effect that the
islands had been annexed to the
Sandwich Islands, but up to the
time of writing no flag had been
hoisted. The letter was dated 2nd
In reply to the request of the
London committee of tho Melbourne
Centennial Exhibition, the London
Chamber of Commcico has advised
tho provincial chambers to in every
way support the exhibition.
, Mr. John Sawers has been ap
pointed to succeed the late Mr. E.
S. Parkes, who was killed in the
railway collision near Melbourne,
as superintendent of tho Bank of
Australasia in Victoria.
QUEEN'S JUBILEE I
FOURTH OF JULY
Tho following lino assortment of
of Eastern Mauufactiiro,
Just received in fine coaditlon ut
A. M. HEWETT'S.
5 doz. 21b Colored Exhibition
fi doz 91b Parachuttc 8. 8. do
2 doz 2 b Fnld'g Htckets (new)
5 di z 21b Hockets H. S do
12 doz. lib It icLeta S 8. dn
311 doz JlbRookelsS. 8. do
0 doz 0 oz. Hockets 8. 8. do
4 di z 0 ball Steel Spangled
colored nnd (now)
4 do!. GoUb'n Showers (new)
4 doz 0-bill Tri colored Union
in doz. '3 ball lirgo size
5 doz. 8.1 allO indies
SO doz 0-bi.l 0 indies
11 doz. 4 ball 0 indies
1 doz. H.bdll Vertical Wheels,
5 doz. flb Triangle Wheels.
NEW ERA BENGAL LIGHTS
2 doz. lib large (new)
BATTERIES OF COLORED
3 doz. No. 1 Batteries, extra flno
3 doz. No. 1 Shells
2 do. No. 2 Shells
4 doz. No. 0 large (extra)
1 doz. colored (new)
Boeardus Cart Shells.
I (U cob red (new) lob no,
Japanese day fireworks
1 duz, assottcd (now nnd amusing)
1 doz. in feet
1 doz tO feet
BaloouH -witli liro -worlw
1 doz. 15 ft'ot
2 only 30 feot
2 doz. nllcolorn (Urge)
0.000 full count
Red -wliito nud llue lunt
lnjr, "Wit IinI i Iiuucliuj;
5 doz. slc 1
5 do., fclzo 2
5 doz. hizuil
n dnz p!z"5
5 doz. tlzn (1
0 doz. Blzo y. 51
CREAM CAKE9 nml Chocolate
liclnlri of mipi f'"r qiinll'y "re now
fur silo nt tin Klitu Ict I'icniii Parlors.
They nrc rially tleliaiou IJ Iw
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
ed hy tho "Austi.illa" a very lino
and beaut nil astortment of stylMi mil
linery good3. Her former stock of
tilmmeu hats and bonnets, die will tell
nt coat. I.ndlps would do well to call at
once. "-' 1m.
LOOK HERET A great chance
lor bargains S 'llltig eff at rest I
Intending to i;lve up Ihu th'io trade nt
the end of June. 1 now ollVr my fine
stork of shotM AT COS r, for iah.
Come a ml mnkn wmr ttulictions nt
once. P. MoINEUNY, Fort street,
above King ttrcct. 81 lw
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
is ppicud every evening In tlio lur
rontn. nnd pntrons will Una everything
to suit ihu taste of tho most fustidhms
epicures. -17 If
HAVING recently engaged a first,
ilusi Olliler nml Moulding Mnker,
wo aro now fully pirpired lo manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and i'luturo
Frames ninilo oor ns gcod hs new, nnd
at prices within thu reach of all. Tho
pulillc mo invlleil to rail and inspect
tomo of this work. Iteincmhur, any
thing Hint mels renewing in Gold, Old
(lold, Uron7o. Copptr or Metal wo can
do. KING BKOd., Art Stork. 17
1 f( LBS. FroOi Home-Mode Chow.
lUv lug Ptlek, or so-called Dir.
Iiim l'olp, nnd fash, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee lo bo far superior nnd fold chenper
than niiy Imported, nt P HORN'S Pion
eer Steum Candy Fnctory undBikery
unJ Ico Cream Parlor. B5tf
S PERRY'S No 1 Piiinllv Flour it
ottered for sale by GOJSSALVK3 &
CO., Queen Street. 01
. m .
Dn. Flint's Hkakt Kemkuv is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease nnd also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co.. Anents. :1
Continental and Colonial
36 Hue de Dunkerquc, - - Paris.
Executes Ind nU for every doscriptlon
nt French, ISelglan,
SwU", Gurmiui. nnd English Goods, at
thu best Mtiutif lUurera' Lowest Price.
Uommln-lon, Two and a Hnlf per cent.
All Troilo and Cush DUcouuts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
w lien requested.
BemiltaiiLCj, through n London or
Paris Banker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to tho
Tho Agency Reprccntf, Buy?, nnd
Sellj, t r Home a d Coloui.il Firms.
Piece floods, C iblimeros, Cambrics,
Silks, Vol velb, L iwns, Cblntze,
Mu-lin-i, Cat pels, Chillis,
Millinery, Luuc, Gloves,
Fringe, Parasols Haberdashery,
Gold and Mlver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
B:ota and Slitfc, Gluts, nnd
China.uare, Clrckti, Watches,
Juwollry, Fitirv Goods.
L'lectro-platc, Musical Instruments,
Fain, EcilisiiMical mid
opllut) Goods Mirrors, Tovs.
Perlunie y, Wlnis, &n ,
Oltmnn's btons, Book', Artistic
Chr omoa. Machinery. Ac, &c.
13J ly a
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Satoriay Eraii, Jnne I.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
W. G. Armstrong,
on which occasion lliera will bo an
Enfire Change of Programme.
The evening's entertainment will
conclude with tho laughablo farce,
In which somo new points will lio in.
troducul. Full programme la to-mor.
B x plan now open at the office of J.
E. Urown & Co. 53
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to make buckets of
when empty. Tor sale by
421m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 'iVhnlo Hon, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep, 8 ftet wide; 2 82 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf lioat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feel long, 0 feet fi inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with tnnst nnd sails nil
complete; 1 21 feet Salting Scow, with
mast mid sails all complete. Anulv to.
. R. RYAN.
Ilont Builder nnd General Jobber. 61 tf
Wlt'i beautiful views by a Powerful
Two I.nitt and neat of the
Coui-ho UfeUUp . - .
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6, 1887.
At 7:30 r. m.
Blnirlo TlolcotH - 7ft ContH
COUl'HO TIoJcotM - n - HI .3 ft
For salo nt tho bookstores, and of tho
Y. 11. O, A. Untcitulnmcut Committee,
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To ho held atKaplolanl Paik,
June IQthand 11th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.
Itaccs to commenco at 12 noon.
Ut. Honolulu Plate, $50
Ilunning llace; mllo dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Ituntilng Knee; Jf mllo dash; open
3rd. Ocoanic Purto, $100
Trotting It ice, Mile heats; best 3 in
5; to harness; frco for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Kunnlng Kaie; Jtf mile dush; open
to all; winner io neat thu record of
6th. Breeder's Plate, f 75
Running llace; mllo dash; for nil
'& year olds.
6th.-Uawallan Plate, $75
Kuuning Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commenco at 10:30 a m. sharp.
lit. Tho Queen's Plate, $76
Running Race; jg mllo dash; frco
2nd. Kamehameha Plate, $150
Running Race; 2 mllo dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purto, $150
Trotting Race; mllo heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; open to all.
-Hit Majetty's Cup, $100 addod.
Running Rico; 1 mllu dash; for
Hiwalimi bred horaes; owned by
members of the Jockey Club. Cup
to ho run for annually.
Roslta Challongo Cup, $100 added
Running Raco; mllo dash; winner
io be.u tho record of "Anglo A."
1 :45 mado Juno 12, 1880. Cup to
bo run for annually, and to bo held
by tho wlnnci until his timo is bea
ten nt a meeting of tho Jockoy Club.
Open to all.
6th. The King's Plate, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only ; mllo heats; best two in
thtee; to harness.
7th Novelty Race, $100
1 mtlcdah;runnlng; lslqunrtcrfas
H mllo 825
1 mllo 2.-i
" mllo $25
Opvu to nil Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
8 cepstakes, 830, nnd $10 added.
Kwcopstaks Tiottlng or Pacing
Race; best 2 in 3: free for all horses
who havo not a record of 3 mins. or
better. To bo driven by members
of tho Jockey Club.
Pony Raco, $75
Running Race; 1 mllo dash; open
to only Iliwniiau bred horns, not
over 14 luude, nnd not under 3 yrs.
old; catcli weights.
All entries to cloo at 12 o'clock noon,
on Monday Juno Uih 1887, at tho office
of the becrctary, and alt entranco fees to
bo 10 per cent, unless otherwise specifi
ed. All races to bo run or trotted under
thcrulcs of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Grand Stand, extra... 50 rcntB and $1
Carriages inside of Course. . .$2 50 each
Quarter Stretch Budgas $5.00 each
0. 0- BEHGEB, Secretary. H. J.0.
Taro Flow Factory,
Will again eoMMenco operatloaa en
Ttmraaay, aiay xsin,
nnd will supply Taro Flour In any
With new and improved machinery
and other apparatus, iho present mana
ger guarunteisioEupply Turo Flour that
wll make a better cluta of poi than ever
All orders to be sent to W. II. Cum
mlns1, Muniigcr, nt tho Factory, Wal.
luku, Mnul, or to W. O. Irwin & Co ,
Agcntr, Honolulu. 44 lm
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Acsigneo of tho
estate of John M. Kapena. bankrupt,
hereby notlucs nil parlies Indebted to
said cjtiitu to make immediato payment,
and tliofo having claims against said
ostato to present them without delay at
his ofllco No, .IS Merchant street. Ilono.
lulu. CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
NOTICE 18 HEIIEBY GIVEN TIIAT
Fred Rtholtz. of Wuiluku, Maui,
bus pnld all right, tltlo and interest in
tho blacksmith shop, situated on tho
right.slile of Knhulul road, in tho said
dlstiici of Wnlluku, to tho undersigned,
who w ill carry on tho business in future.
I havo also nppolntcd Mr. Chas. 13.
Oockctt, as manager of tho said shop,
'the publlo nro invited to givoacall,
and all blacltsmlthlng work will bo ex.
eculcd with despatch.
37 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tltsuo Paper
Flowers taught for 2. Lessons
lvcn in Crayon Portraits; and alfo the
luhlnlng Method of Flower and Land,
scape Painting. Flower Painting, 15;
Landscape, $10, for full courses
Orders taken for Crayon Portraits and
Lan lscapo Paintings.
S&- ICO KING STREET, opposite
Kuwalahio Church. 81 lm
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 eolums. 1 3 per annum.
rW"" ' ,""rTW?
By tho slcumcT Australia, I havo received direct from
Europe, a 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 oilier
new goods too inuneious to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, tit very low prices.
fc3r!Lndies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposito W. G.
E G AN
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Seotoh Boiled Oats !
Aro au entirely now preparation or wheat and Oats, being cooked by Steam, nnd
only requiring a short timo to prepare them for tho table.
tSTTho most nutritious food known.'
Also, Germen, Gem, Graham Flour, SmokedSalmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bncon, Cholco Dates, Prune, Nuts, Ilalsins,
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &i:
Also, Uroom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sala by
Glms, Hustace, -
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CEEAM PARLOE,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but nlso in Honolulu. Iltning references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kaiuchaiiiclia V, and
Lunalilo, nnd having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
witli.tlie delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook and Oriinmcntrr liCIIonolnlB.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (03 Sm) Honolulu, H. X
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, Jsa.
For (Sale at XtecugfoiiaJble DPrioew.
to the Ladies.
Irwin & Co's.)
of Gent's Shoes
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