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MONDAY. JUNE G, 1887.
Bk Suraiine, Shaw, 12 tlnyn Iriun Ban
Ilktno Sknget from Tort Townsend
Bk Dun Cmloi from Dcpniturc Hay
Stmr Llkcliko from Kuliulnl
Btmr Lchun (rum llntimkuit
Stmr Mlkaliala front Kninil
Slmr Mirpilse fiom llawull
Sehr Ciimili! front Kuan
Bktno Geo 0 Perkins, Ackermiin, 114
ilnys from Him Francisco.
Bktno Mnknh for San Francisco
Btmr Lchun for Hamnkun
Stmr Kilauoa Hon for llmnukua at 5 pm
Btmr Mokolll for Moloknl at fl p m
Btmr Iwnlaul for Lahalna anil ilomnkttn
at 8 n in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
8 8 Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauat at p m
Btmr Klnnu for Illlo and way-ports at 4
Stmr Llkcliko for Kahulul Mid way
pot ts at 5 p in
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
anil Koolau at 8 a in
Stmr Surdrlso for Laiipaliocltoo and
Sclir ( auiito for Kuau
Bchr Mary for Kauai
From Honolulu for Ban Francisco,
per Alameda, Juno a dipt Mclutyro
and daughter, Mrs P Williams, Miss M
E Spoouer, B Schloss, S Magnlu, S
Sellg, B Kosenthal, M J Franklin, Miss
J Judd, Miss Davidson and Mis It Her
bert. Steerage J II Humphries, O 1)
Hamill, It Orr, P A Sweeney, J T Mur
ray and D Crowley, and 171 In transit.
From Kauai, icr Mlkaliala, Juno 5
W 11 Itlcc, Bruce Cartwrlght, Dr J
Brodlo, S W Wilcox, E L Kauai, J
Kala, J Kauai, J Ticgscsser, L Turner,
Mrs A ,S Wilcox, "W D Schmidt, L Kal
tophcu, Capt Boss, E W Purvis, S N
Hundley, O Eblngcr aud wife, J Potter,
O Guche, S N Kapahl, VW Lawrence
and wife, "W G Smith and 80 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mlkaliala 4,315 bags of sugar, 20
head of cattle, -1 horses, 2U green
hides and "Jo nags oi peanuts.
Stmr Surprise 3,000 bags of sugar.
Schr Canute 2,600 bags of sugar.
The barkcntlno Geo C Perkins, Acker
man, master, arrived this morning from
San FrancNco, after run of 114 days.
The Perkins brought a general cargo
nnd is consigned to Sehaeter & Co.
Tho steam barkentino Morning Star
Is oil the Marino Hallway, being
Tho steamer Lehua will sail this
evening for Hamakua so as to bo back
in tlmo for tho races.
Tho schooner Canute brought her
largest load yesterday, 214 tons.
The bark Don Carlos, Jacobson, mas
ter, arrived yesterday, 20 days from
Nanalmo, with 800 tons of coal, 220,000
feet of lumber and 148 sacks of potatoes
for W G Irwin & Co.
Tho barkcntlno Skaget, Boblnson,
master, arrived yesterday. 23 days from
Port Townscnd, with 007,201 feet of
lumber and 50,000 laths to Hackfeld
Tho S S Alameda sailed from this
port Saturday afternoon for Sau Fran
cisco, with 24,717 bajjs of sugar, 1,110
bunches of bauanas, 10 boxes of betel
leaves, G2 boxes of fruit and 1050.00 In
Sold coin. Total value of domestic pro
' i ' i i j j ..
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Australia, Houdlett
Am Ship Tlinour, Johnson
Bk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk GulUcrmo, Sandmnuii
Bk Peterson, Sundt
Bk (3 B Kinney, Dalilcr
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bk Don Carlos, Jacobson
Bktne Bkagct, Boblnson
Bktno Geo (J Perkins, Ackerman
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno Planter, WJtPcrrlmnn
Bktno Mary Witikclman, Blake
In Honolulu, June 4th, by Rev. II. II.
Parker, Henry Bush to Julla'Flsher.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Mibb Carolino Nott's first painting,
it cluster of flowers, is on view nt Mr.
Thu steamer Kinnu, with the Mas
onic Volcanic party, is oxpected hero
to-morrow inorning nt daybreak.
MitB. W. F. Allen nnd Mrs. Wro.
G. Irwin will act as Matrons nt tho
Masonio Ball this ovening nnd will
rccoive tho guests.
-ain. John Grunwald has become
a partner in tho company of S. W.
Kaai & X)o., store-keepers at Hana,
island of Maui.
The school of instruction for non-
inmniUslohcd oificoTs of tho Hono
lulu Iliflea, which was to have boon
Held this ovening, has been post
poned until to-morrow night, on ac
count of tho Masonic ball.
Captain William 'Toll of tho Ho
nolulu Polico Force leaves for Molo
kai this aftornoon with his family
i for it threo wcoks vacation. Officer
Toll linn not been away from aotivo
sorvico for 8 or 0 years.
The steamer J. A. Cummins loft
for Waimnnalo at 9:30 o'clock this
morning. Hon. John Cummins and
n, party of younSi folks went by her.
As tho vessol left the wharf, tho
children, with violins and guitars,
struck up ft lively tune,
A cuiNAMAy was tried at tho Po
lico Court this morning for violating;
tho Babbath by cultivating taro, Ho
.was convicted on the evidenco of a
' nativo polico officer who has himself
been twice previously convicted nnd
punished for perjury, It aeonis out
rageous thnl such a man should bo
retained in tho sorvico,
A Mtsats constgmnciitol'livto lour
lint :u lived In town.
A mix in honor of tho Mnsmtie
visilorii takes place at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening.
Company, B. oft ho Honolulu Hifles
will drill on Friday night, instead of
Tuesday night, this week.
L-am.au Itooku nud Itntliwoll mo
nmtehed for a private race to-morrow
inorning at Kapiolani Purl:.
Cai-tain Armstrong ndvei Uses that
all i-liiiins against hint will hu paid
upon presentation at the oilico of
Messrs. J. E. Brown &. Co.
Mil. O. Dolto has the agency of
Mr. J. I. DoWBCtt's schooners lleeia
nnd Bob Boy, from Junu 1st. All
bills prior to Juno 1st, thould be pre
sented nt Mr. Doweett's office, Queen
The following telegram from Lon
don appears in the Sydney "Morn
ing Herald" of May 3rd: "The Ca
nadian Government offers to grant
an annual subsidy of 200,000 dollars
for the establishment of ft mail ser
vice" botween Canada and Australia."
Two t.iccs took place at Kapiolani
Park on Saturday last, n inilo dash
between Colonel Gift nnd Itockwcll
won by tho former in 1 minute 48
seconds, and a trotting race between
I). Davis' Joo Dako, II. J. Agnew's
Ben Butler and A. Brouse's Benton
Boy. This event was n trotting race,
mile heats, best threo in five, for a
purso of $7G0. The following is tho
D. Davis' Joo Dako 1 2 1 1
II. J. Agnow's Ben Butler... .2122
A. Brouse's Benton Boy, distanced.
Time, 2:43, 2:15, 2:48, 2:50.
THE EARL OF ABERDEEN.
His Majesty's Acting Chamber
lain called at tho houso of Major
Wodehouso on Saturday, stating
that the King desired to receive the
Karl nnd Countess of Aberdeen at
the Palace, A visit was accord
ingly arranged during tho short
stay here of the steamer Alameda.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Tho annual election of engineers
of the Honolulu Fire Department for
tho ensuing year, will come off this
evening. Tho polls will he open nt
the house of Engine Co. No. 2 at 7
o'clock, and will close at 9 o'clock.
There arc two tickets in the field,
namely Wilson, Hustaco and Mor
gan; and Monsarrat, Asch nnd
A NEW POSTAL CONTRACT.
Late advices from Australia state
that the Governments of New South
Wales, Victoria and South Austra
lia have agreed upon tho terms of a
joint postal subsidy with tho P. and
O. Steamship Company. The con
ditions of tho now postal service be
tween England and the Australian
colonics arc not stated. An attempt
has been made, however, to dispense'
with the overland transportation
across Europo and make the mail
route to Australia entirely by sea.
Tho letter postage would be re
duced lAd per half ounce by this
JOINED IN WEDLOCK.
On Saturday evening, Mr. Henry
Bush, eldest son of the Hawaiian
Commissioner to Samoa, was united
in marriage to Miss Julia Wailehua.
The ceremony was performed by
Jlcv. H. H. Parker, ot Kawaiahao
church, after which tho young couple
drovo to the bride's home, on Liliha
street, where a sumptuous supper
awaited them. Quito a number of
relatives and friends were thero by
invitation, to participate in the mar
riage feast, and at the same time to
wish tho brido and bridegroon a
happy, a prosperous, and a long life,
DIED OF HEART DISEASE.
ArthurL.Rcynolds,ayouth of some
22 years, anil son of Gen. Reynolds
of San Francisco, died of heart dis
ease at Mahukona, Jund 2nd. Ar
thur Roynolds came hero in Jan
uary, 188G, and after working for
Messrs. T. II. Davics & Co. for a
few months, accepted tho position of
assistant freight cleric on the steamer
Likeliko. While riding in tho Ma
hukona Railroad on the day abovo
mentioned tho young man dropped
into a semi-unconscious stale, from
which he never recovered. The re
mains were interred in Kolmla ceme
tery. Tho one friend who knew
him best in this community simply
says that a noble christian lad has
gono to the mother whom he loved,
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
At tho entertainment given at tho
Blue Ribbon Lcnguo on Saturday
night last, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
in addition to a very attractive pro
gramme, tho Rev. II. II. Gowen,
President of the Bluo Ribbon
League, presented Mr. Cruzan with
n very handsomo painting of the
crater of Kilauea by the talented
artist Jules Tavernicr, in recogni
tion of his services to tho temper
nnco cause in Honolulu. In pre
Bonting the painting Mr. Gowen
Bpoko of thu loss tho League would
sustain by Mr. Cruzan's leaving.
Ho eulogized tho work done by Mr.
Cruzau iu very glowing terms.
Mr. Crnzan in returning thanks
expressod that great pleasure tho
work ho hail undertaken in connec
tion with tho Bluo Ribbon Lcnguo
had afforded him. Ho hoped that
on his return in threo or four year's
lienco to find that it hod greatly
extended and strengthened,
THE "BULLETIN" 8UMMARY.
Tho BuLi.i-.tik Simmauv will ho
Issued at 10 o'clock lo-iuonow morn
lupj. It will contain full reports of
the Jlnsouiu liaii(uul and a full
digest of the news for the past fort
night. Orduis received by A. M.
Iluwctt, Ji II. Super, and at the
Daily ItuT.iirriN Ollbe.
THE FIREMAN'S DRILL.
All the fire com nnlcs turned out
to 'drill in loueeit, Saturday after
noon. The junction of Emitiu and
Herelnnia streets was selected ns the
base of operations. Tho object of
the drill was to test the water supply
under the improved water system,
completed to that part of the city.
The Chief Engineer, Mr. C. H.
Wilson, directed operations, as
sisted by the Assistant Engineers of
tho department. A largo concouise
of spectators witnessed the opera
tions, and many of them received a
a cooling baptism by sprinkling
through venturing too near. The
test was satisfactory in the highest
degree. In fact, intelligent citizens
who looked on were astonished at
the flood of water. Six large and
powerful streams were spouted out
simultaneously, and continued for
over an hour. There was not the
slightest perceptible abatement of
the supply from beginning to end.
It was estimated that the streams
were projected to a height of from
100 to 170 feet, in the face ot a
moderately stiff wind. No fire could
possibly live long witli this immense
output of water concentrated on it.
The people of Honolulu may well
feel more securo against fire since
this exhibition than before it.
OUtt VISITORS EXTI'.UTAIKED AT
On Saturday last His Majesty
gave a grand luau at his Waiklki re
sidence in honor of Grand Master
E. C. Atkinson nnd the visiting
Masons. A lanai was specially
erected for the occasion and within
it was tastefully dccoiatcd. The
band was in attendance and added
considciably to the gniety of the
scene. The tables were spicad
with every dish of Hawaiian delica
cies. It was n most beautiful ic
past and the guests were highly
pleased with the good things provid
ed for them. His Majesty proposed
tho first toast, which was the Health
of the Most Worshipful Grand Mas
ter Atkinson. Tho toast was diunk
standing. Tho Grand Master le
plicd in nn eloquent address, saying
in conclusion: ''Tho scene before
mo I shall never forget. In the
years that are to como it will form a
bright picture, around which mem
ory will love to linger." Toast
nfter toast followed, and the remain
der of the afternoon was spent in
social conversation and listening to
WAILUKU LITERARY CLUB.
The Wailuku Literary Club held
its usual monthly meeting last Fri
day evening the 1.1th hist., at the
residence of Mrs. Walbridgc.
Tho programmo was a good and
varied one, instrumental music
forming the chief feature of the
evening. A very pretty and taste
ful floral wall decoration, and a
likewise pretty and unique arrange
ment of greens aud fruits in a win
dow, excited the admiration of
everyone present, nnd displayed tho
superior taste of tho amiable
The business part of tho ovening
being finished, tho members ad
journed upstairs, where coffee,
sandwiches and cakes were served
out, and n superb moonlight view of
the beautiful grounds surrounding
tho house was enjoyed on the cool
verandah. The lovely moonlight
had drawn out a goodly crowd of
people, who all enjoyed tho cvin
ing's entertainment, and it is to be
regretted that these pleasant gather
ings, owing to tho approaching de
parture of a great many members,
and for various other reasons, will
be discontinued for somo timo to
.Tho president, Mr. R. D. Wal
bridge, has merited tho thanks of
the community for the able manner
in which ho has conducted the meet
ings and mads them attractive aud
Monday, Juno Ctb.
Eleven drunks paid $G each to
tho Court funds.
A Chinaman and a nativo woman
were charged with adultery, found
guilty, and fined 830 and 810 re
spectively. Ah Gun charged with violating
tho Sabbath, found cuilty, and fined
$3 nnd 81.10 costs.
Manuel Garcia was charged with
fin ions riding, pleaded guilty, and
was fined 85 and 81 costs.
Eight Jnpnncso were charged with
gaming on Sunday last, and re
manded to 7th inst.
The following is from tho Jeroiafi
Progress, S. F., May 20, 1887 s
TJio Jewish Gazette, of New Yoik,
printed in a "lotion" which wo do
not understand, in a recent isstio
covers Prof. Rosenberg, lata of San
Francisco, now of Honolulu, with a
mjxtttro of molasses nnd marmalade
that makes him too sweet to live ;
but if Hint editor will please look
cross-eyed at tho following from tho
wclUknown pen of Muftir," he will
i Trrnrrr tt'tt-'ii mil
co m men co stlnlng up liU Epsnui
salts preparatory to administering a
moral doso to this 'looter." hays
"Muftir:" "The 'gefarbter Rosen
berg,' thq Australian 'Kabalnh' man,
of whom I havo given you nu ac
count, at intervals, for tbo last two
years, nnd who has been muchly
married and muchly divorced, is
now the private tutor to his king
ftlilp, Kalakaua, of the Sandwich
Inlands. The dyed iId scoundrel is
having a princely time on the islands,
and forgets that ho left a charming
youtig wife iu this city, who shifts
the best way she can. Rosenberg
is n 'ben shemonim,' but as rascally
as though he had just left Smolensk.
Send nn 'American Israelite to tho
King, pleac, so that he may learn
who his Hcbicw instructor is."
SINGULAR DISMISSAL OF AN EDIN
A clergyman in Edinburg has
been dismissed by his congregation
because lie aired his baby in a per
ambulator. Ho first shocked their
feelings by carrying the infant
abroad in his arms, whereupon they
mado hi in a present of a baby car
riage. Ho did not tako the hint,
however, unci transfer the pleasing
duty to Biidget or somo one else,
but wheeled tho vehicle along tho
streets with tho baby in it, and so
they sent him a polite letter, inform
ing him that, whllo his abilities gave
satisfaction, his pastoral services
would no longer be required.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by tho Australia" n very flue
and beaut ml assortment of styllslt mil
linery goods. Her former stock of
trimmed hats and bonnets, sbu will sell
nt cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. D2 lm.
LOOK HERE I A great chance
lor bargains. Selling iff at rot I
li.t udinj,' to givo up thu time trade at
the end of Juno, 1 now cffVrmynnc
s-toek of shoos AT COS r, for mli.
Come nnd inako.vottr wdtctions at
iner. P. MolNElWY, Fort slrett,
above Kins ttreei. 01 lw
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL ik i-piuiul evi ry tveninn in luo liir
ro int. and patrons will llml evcrUilnj:
io Mitt lio taslu of thu most fusiidi tt
ipluucj. 47 if
leccntly encngcu a
XX cl is, Uililcr und
we arc now fullv nicnucil to manufac
ture, repair and re gl il any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor und Picture
Frames muric oier us good us now, nnd
ut prices within ihe riach of all. The
puiillc mo itnitCil to cull and Inspect
fOino of Ihls work. Uomember, any
thing tint needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Hiun7c, Coppir or Metal wo can
do. KlNQUKOs., AitT Stoue.' 17
- aA LBS. Fro-h Home-Mode Chow.
lUw ii g Slicks, or so.eallcd l)ir
Ocrs l'o'flx, nnd f tth, delicious Vanillu
und Chocolate) Crcinis which I gudran
leo to bo f ir stiporior and told e.hea;r
linn any Imported, nt F HORN'S I'lon
ecr Steam Candy Factory aud II liter
un.l Ice Cream Parlor. b5tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fanillv Flour If
otlurul for sale bj GOSALVE &
CO., Qaeen Street.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-The
"Kr.uir." Book, J n nd Nkwsi'aper
OmcE, corner of Queen and II Streets,
opposite ofllco of tho Board of llenlth,
have, in connection with their already
Ex cnslvo Printing Kstablislimcnt, jusi
rcciWid per S. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Hoy, of Sun Fiuicis.
co, dbccl from the munuf tctory, Kew
York City, A GUKDON JOB I KIN I'.
INO PRK33, onooftlio line.-tnml best
in thu world, at.d of tho largest tlze
made. There U nothing in thisconnto
to compire with it. To exmnlnn this
lino pleco of workmanship is worth a
viit to tliu 'Ei.ki.e' Otucc. ItexcelH
in dutug the llnobt kind ofwoik iu the
shnrtesl possible time.
Merchants und others requiring Print.
i g of any kind donu nt short notice,
and at rcmonablo rales, will do well to
give iho "Elklu" olUco a call. Tele
phone No. !M. lm 33
Dn. Flint's Heart Rkmeuv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease nnd also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Cireultinon. Descriptive bnnk
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Auents. 3iw
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing lo msku buckets of
vvlun empty. For sale by
42 1ra A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Q WHALE BOATS', 1 Di-ckcd
0 iVlmlu Hon, 30 feet Ion;;. 3 feel
iieep, H fiet wide; 2'.2 feet Kltrf HouU;
1 'S ti:ut rfinf Konl ; U Dickid 1 1 ilier,
10 let'l long, 0 feel it Incites whip, 2 leot
nineties duep. with must nivl suits nil
complete; I 2 feit bulling Scow, with
must uml suits all complete, Aoi lv lo
IS. R. HYAN.
Hoat Uiiililer and (lencral Jobber, 61 tf
A COTTAGE, f ituatcd on
Hch-ol tireet, near tho Hridgo
contulnlne: fi rooms, besides
a n try, kitchen, hath loom, und billiard
room, with fernerv and Mnblo.
For further particulars opp'v to Geo.
C. Lees, at J. T. Wntei house's Queen Ht.
Store. 44 tf
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep oonstnntly on h tnd for salo
Steam Family and Black: mitb. Coa
nnd u general assortment of
415. par Iron
jh. IS. tfafvA .
Fourtli Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held nlKnploiuui Prk,
June t Oth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Eaces
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.
Races to commenco nt 12 noon.
Itt. Honolulu Plate, $50
Running Race; J mllo dosh: for
Hawaiian bred lmrsc-i.
2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100
Running Knee; ?. utile dnsh; optn
3rd.-Oceanic Purie, $100
Trotting Rnco, Mile hcots; best 3 In
fi; to harness; ficu for all.
4lh. Waikapu Cup, $100 added
Hunnlng lta:ej J mlledueh; open
to all; winner to uent the ricoril of
6th. Breeder's Plate, $75
Running lUcc; mllo dash; for all
3 year olds.
eih.-Uawallan Plate, $76
Running Race; mllo dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commenco at 10:80 am. sharp.
lit. Tho Queen's Plate, $76
Running Race; mllo dash; fae
2nd. Kamehameha Plate, $1 60
Running Kacu; 2 mllo dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Puree, $160
Trotting Ruce; mllo heats; best 2 In
3; to hurness; optu to all.
4th Hit Majesly'i Cup, $100 added.
Riitinl'g R Cii; t mile diuh; for
Hiwalliiu bnd horxis; nwnid ly
ineinl or of the Jockey Club. Cup
to be run f r minimi ly.
5th. ltosila Challcngo Cup, $100 added
Running Uute; mile dusli; winner
to bent the record t "Angle A "
1 :43 miule Juno 12, 1830. Cup in
be run for unuimlly, uml to bu laM
by tho winnci t nt 11 his tlmo Is bia
ton at a meeting of the Jockoy Club.
Open to all.
6th. The King's Plate, $100
Trolling Rice; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mllo heats; best two in
thtcu; to harms.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 mllodnh.;runnlng; let quarter 25
Yi mite $25
1 mllo $23
Opvn to all Hawaiian Lred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Pott Match,
Sweepstakes, 820 and fSO added.
Swenpstaks Tioulng or Pacinp
Race; best 2 in !i: free for all hoises
w ho have not a record of 8 min-i. or
belter. To Lo drivm by memberf.
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. Pony Race, $76
Running Rice; 1 mllo dnshjrp'-n
to only Iliwnlhin bnd hor-is, not
over 11 lundi, nud not under ii yrs.
old; catch weleh's.
All entries to clo-e at 13 o'clock noon,
i M nttay June U b 18d7. nt the olllce
of tlo t-ccrctary, nnd all entrance fees to
bo 10 per cent, unless otherwise speclfl.
cd. All wes to bo run or trotted under
tlieruics of the Hawaiian Jockey Olub.
v dmisslon 60 cents ench
To Urund 8innd,3C'ri...C0 rents nnd $i
I'nirlitge inlde of Course. ..,iP0 tnnli
Quarter Stretch Bidgm $3X0 each
0. 0- BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will again commence operatleaa M
Thnraday, 9f ay UStli,
'nnd will supply Turo Flour In any
With new nnd improved nnclilnory
and other iirpitmlU', Hie resent mnna
Rcr gunrantcis tobupply Turo Flour that
wll make a better tla.s,of pol than tver
All orders to bo s-nt to W. II. Cum
min, Manager, at tho Facory, Wal.
luku, Maui, or to W. O. Irwin & Co ,
Audit', Honolulu. 44 lm
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Atsigneo of the
i state of John M. Khi ena, 1 ankiU t,
hen by notldcs nil parties indebted to
bald ctmo to make immediate pajment,
aud thnfo huvlue claims agalnxt ald
otlsto to present them without delay at
his ofllco No. 38 Morchant street Hono
lulu. CHAS. T. OULICK,
I'ono'ulu, May 12, 1887. 35
NOTICE IB HEREBY QlVENTflAT
Fnd Seholtz. nf Wailuku, Maul,
lias sold nil riu.lit. t'ttu nnd lutjrou iu
tho blnckunlili shop, t-ttunteil on the
rieli sl'oof Knlttilui rnid, in tho said
disti let of Wailuku, lo the undersigned,
who w ill carry on iho butncs in future.
I huvu lo appointed Mr. Clms U.
Uockutt, iiHinnnagr ot tho saiit hlion,
I ho publlo nro invited to glvo a call,
aud nil hlacksmlthlng work will be ex
ecuted with dospalclt.
U7 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tlfsno Paper
Flowers taucht for $2. Lessons
Klvcn In Crayon Portraits; and ulo tho
Ll.'hlnlnp; Method of Flower nud Lmd.
fcapo Palntlne. Flovser 1'nlntlng, $5;
Landscape, $10, for full cnnrn'S
Ciders taken fr Crayon Portraits and
Lnn Iscape Piiintlnes
BQr ir,0 KING 8TREF.T, opposlto
Kuwnlnh to Church. 2tt lm
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column, i per ounum.
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By the steamer Australia, I have received djrect from
Europe, a largo 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.
fcaLadies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposlto W. G.
GAN & CO
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
Hats,' Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wh3at.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and OaH, bjlnccoked by Steam, and
only uqu-riog a short tlmo to pup ire them for the tabic.
yThc most nutritio is food knowu.TBa
Also, Germoa, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D.itcs, Fruner, Nuti, llalslns,
Now ZcuI.huiI, Cullfornli, and Iilard Fottoss, &c
Also, llrooni Corn, excellent for chickjn fcoJ, for sale by
Glias, Hustace, - - ICing- Street.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of thu
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 nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not ouly abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far us tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of
with tho delicacies prouitceu tn my establishment; having over forty years
practical expericneo in tots line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Paatry Coo It and Oruamenter It :UonotalB.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Streot,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (95 am) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAEINA GERMAN COLOGNE, ,&o.
Sale at Heclsomxble
v-r$ H ,
. . v
to the Ladies.
Irwin & Go's.)
of Gent's Shoes
Kamehameha IV, Kaniehainelui V, and
supplying the present royal household
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