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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1887.'
Bchr Watmalu from Ktmii
Bclir Mnna (or llononm
Schr Kulamauu for Puna
Schr Katililoa for Knual
Schr Munuokawal for Koolau
VES8EL8 LEAVING TO-MORROW.
fichr Kawnllanl for Koolnu
Forlltloaud way ports, per Kigali.
Juno 7 V A Whltnoy, A 1 Peterson,
Mr La Rue, James It Kenton, Mrs H
Turton, SI la a Allco Hughes, T W Mc
Chesney, E W Barnard, W ( Forsyth,
Mr Ruuenstoln, T E Evans, a U Smith,
A P Jones. J roulette, W Marshall and
about CO deck.
For Maul, per Llk',dlko, Juno 7
Judge Preston, Paul cutnnuii and son,
O W Ashford, W H Halstead, J M
Poepoo, Leo Uhorjg Captain Fclbehr,
Bishop Willis, jlsaes Alexander (3),
Mr Alexander, JfUs Kato Beaver, Miss
C Banning, J p Cooke, Adolph Ban
ning, Robert Lowers, O II Bnllcv, Mrs
T Thrum no.d daughter, W Q Lowrcy,
John RII07 and about CO deck.
For K.aual, per Mlkahala, Juno 7
S W Wilcox and wife, Miss Hlsenbcrg,
W T Schmidt, J Kalal, L Kauai, E L
Kaul, A D Hnuncbcrg, R W T Purvis,
Mc Laowa, L Kaltophen and about CO
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Waimnlu 1,350 bngs of sugar.
Tho Eleu is being scraped and re
painted. Tho Wbltmoro will soon bo ready to
take in sugar.
1 Tho Morning Star was coaling at tho
Klnau wharf this morning.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Tlraour, Johnson
Bk O O Whitmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk Peterson, Sundt
Bk (3 B Kinney, Dabler
Bk Sarauac, Shaw
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bk Don Cailos, Jacobson
Bktno Geo O Perkins, Ackerman
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno Planter, W ltPerriman
Bktno Mary Wlnkelmau, Blake
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., will
hold a convontion this evening.
The eight Japanese tried for gam
ing yesterday were all discharged.
A cAnniAOE and two horses suit
able for express or family uso aro
advertised for sale.
The bnoys in tho harbor passage
are being taken up by tho tug Elou,
to bo cleaned.
Mail despatched per Australia,
Juno 7, 1887, consisted of 3,023
letters, and 8C3 papers.
Mr. F. L. Clarke's furnituro and
curio sale, at Pauoa, will begin at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning.
One of tho now band instruments
is exhibited in tho window of Mr.
Flohr'a machino shop, Bethel street.
To-Mounow, Mr. Lewis J. Lovey
will hold a regular cash sale and also
an underwriter's salo at his sales
room, at 10 a. m.
The usual prayer meeting at tho
vestry of tho Fort Street Church and
tho Lyceum this evening at 7:30
. m 1
' A meeting: of tho Bethel Sunday
school teachers will be hold this even
ing at the Lyceum, after the church
There will bo tho usual services at
St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening
at 7:30 o'clock, conducted by tho
Rev. George Wallace.
A runaway horao and wagon, bo
longing to a Chinaman, made a holo
in tho window of J. Phillip's plumb
ing shop King street, this morning.
Dukino the absence of Mr. A. W.
Picrco from the Kingdom, Mr. D. P.
Peterson will have chargo of his
business under full power of attornoy.
Mu. Scaifo, formerly reporter of tho
"Daily Hawaiian," is now-in Sydney.
Australia, and in a private letter re
counts happy memories of Honolulu.
There will bo a meeting of tho
Women's Church Aid Sooiety at tho
Sunday school room of St. Androw's
Cathedral, Thursday, Juno 9th, at
P-The ladies of tho Catholic Altar
Society aro requested to bo present
at tho meeting of tho Society, to bo
held at tho Convent, at 2 o'clock to
The biennial meeting of tho mem-'
bors of tho Queen's Hospital Corpor
ation will tako placo at tho rooms of
tho Chamber of Commorco on July
8th, at 11 A. m.
Tiokktb of admission to tho grand
stand at the races, next Friday and
Saturday, will bo procurable at J. E.
Brown & Co.'s ofllco from to-morrow
The only cases on the Police Court
chargo sheet this morning, were ouo
of assault and battery and one of
furious and heedless riding, both of
which woro remanded until to-morrow.
It has been reported to this ofllco
that four hundred and twonty-two
boxes of goods, for several Chinese
firms, woro landed ironx a veijiol,
by thu CiutotiiH nutuot itiess but whuu
n box litlungliiH to ono of tiiu lending
whitu llrms wot! l.tn (k'd it was opened
and carefully exiUMlucd.
SATUHDAY 11'jXt. Juno llttl, tllO
coniii)cinorutU(u of tlio birthday of
Kumclmmehr, I., will bo observed na
a public bo'.iduy, ami ull Government
olllccs throughout the Kingdom will
bo closed ,
Tun American Minister Resident
init'..s American citizens to meet ut
tbe iluwuiian llotvl to-morrow oven
" g, to consult in rcfcrcnco to tho
'.elubration of tho approucliing -ltb
Tiiiraonds of Cant. Webber will
bavo an opportunity of meeting tho
fiopular cx-Ccmmandcr of tho Zca
andia, during that steamer's stay in
port on Friday or Saturday, oa ho
will bo a through passenger to Aus
tralia. A bi'Lendid group of female plan
tation bands, belonging to Kilauca
plantation, Kauai, and embracing
four nationalities Portuguese, Japa
nese, New Hebrides and Scandina
vians can bo seen in a photograph
at Williams' gallery, Fort street.
FOR THE VOLCANO.
Following arc tho names of pas
sengers booked for tbo Volcano by
tho steamer Kinan, next Monday:
Miss Watkins, Mrs. Hall, W. John
ston 0, Mrs. Johnstone, Mrs. Green,
Miss Goodhue, Mrs. Graham, Mr.
Puulet, E. C. Dozicr, Mr. and Mrs.
Hunt, J. D. Stevens, J. S. Graig,
Miss Dozier, Mrs. Hudson, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Holiister, Mrs. C. A.
Wright, Mrs. Greenman, Mr. and
Mrs. Dunn, E. J. Crowley and
Grand Master Atkinson.
HAWAIIAN BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Among tbe events of this "anni
versary week" of tho Hawaiian
churches, tho Blue Ribbon League
among the native Hawaiians has
arranged for a feast to bo held on
the grounds of Queen Emma Hall,
on Saturday, tbo 11th June, at 1
p. m. It is expected that tho Gen
eral Sunday School Association will
join with tho League. A proces
sion of tho members is projected
which will march with music and
banners through the principal streets
of the town, starting about 2 r. si.
A CIGANTIG MAGNOLIA TREE.
Mr. Jas. Williams, photographer,
who recently visited Kauai, tells of
a most magnificent magnolia tree at
Hanaiei. The trunk of the tree,
two feet above ground, measures
G feet 5 inches in circumference, and
where the lowest limbs branch out,
it is 7 feet in circumference. From
ono point, says Mr. Williams, I
counted two thousand blossoms, and
that is not one-half what the tree
contained. The perfume is not
sickening sweet, a ono would think
from the abundance of flowers, but
is of a soft lemon-like fragrance,
and is truly captivating.
A SECRET REVEALED.
Major W. F. O'Connor, late Cap
tain of the Queen's Own, is now in
Melbourne, Australia, and is doing
well. We have his permission to
use a little information he baa given
us respecting tho Post Office rob
bery. It is as follows: 'I have
unearthed hero in Melbourno tho
secret of the Post Office robbery at
Honolulu. My informant was in the
secret, and I am confident tho infor
mation ho has furnished mc is cor
rect. Walker took no part in tbe
robbery. Hastio, who kept a soda
water stand on King street was tho
culprit. He jumped over Brown's
fence after the robbery. The amount
stated as stolen was incorrect: not
near that sum was there.
The pastors of the native Evange
lical Churches and delegates from
the island Associations, assembled
at Kaumakapili Church Tuesday
morning at 10 o'clock, for the an
nual general meeting. There were
present 18 pastors, and 15 dele
gates, and 10 members ex officio.
Tho Association was organized by
the choice of Rev. E. S. Timoteo,
of Waialua, as Moderator and Rev.
W. M. Kalaiwaa, of Kailua, as
Secretary. Tho- usual Standing
Committees wero appointed. Dr.
N. B. Emerson presented a letter of
christian fraternity from Fort-street
Church. The remainder of tho session-was
giveif to , hearing reports
from the various churches, and from
the island associations.
This morning tho sessions wore re
sumed nt 9 o'clock. After tho usual
half hour devotional services, tho
remaining reports from the different
islands wero read. Tho remainder
of tho morning session was given up
to a discussion of tho question,
"How can true Christianity bo pro
moted in this Kingdom?" It was
evident from the speeches made that
tho difficulties In tho way were
clearly known, tho desire of tho Ha
waiians to mako an exhibition of
themselves in some way, tho inter
ference of political managers with
tho proper work of tho churches,
tho everlasting disputes about little
matters, tho immoral character of
deacons and church members who
cannot in tho present etato of gen
eral social disorganization be brought
under tho ordinary processes of
church discipline. There was evi
dent .also a true conception of
Christan Jifo, and a desire for better
thimrs. with humble- reliance on
Divine graco for relief, yet a blind
groping nbotit for a way of deliver
unco fiotn piB-cnt depiesslng nud
ruinous evil liillucnei s. It wan vot
ed to observe next Monday morning
with special prater for Uod's Bles
sing anil guidance in this tlinu of
Mr. C. M. Cooko and Mrs. L. F.
Dickson wcic present as members
of tliu visiting committee from Fort
Editor Bulletin: On behalf of
nil Votaries of Terpsichore, I beg
lenvo to piotcst ngalnst Professor
licigci's dnneo musicl For years
past wlienoer IJerger's boys appear
wo know exactly what we are doomed
to. We know that no new melodies
will add pleasure to the entertain
ment, we know that tbo same rat
tling pace will be given to the dances
as of yoro ; aud never are we ngreo
ably disappointed. Borger's boys
bavo so long scraped and tooted at
their antidcluvian melodies, they
can scrape and toot in n semi
somnolent state, and tunc and time
are matters of indifference to them.
Years ago they played in that way
and they have kept it up ever since.
Did anyono out of Honolulu or
pandemonium ever dance tho lancers
to Bergcr's time? I think not. It
doesn't matter to Berger and his
boys whether tho room is full or
half full, whether thn sets are
double or single, away they go,
scrape and bang, they whoop it up as
if tho devil was after them! and
when tho danco is over and the
dancers flop into seats utterly pros
trated by their frantic attempt to
keep up with Berger's boys, tbe boys
smilingly mop themselves as they
congiatulato one another on having
got ahead of the poor dauccrs that
In any country, but especially in
a tropical ono, tho time of square
dances should be sedate rather than
rattling, and it would be well if
Bergcr's boys gave the dancers they
play for time to turn round, and not
to try by their music ( ?) to mako a
bear garden of a ball room.
Of course it is not likely that I or
any ono else can teach professor
Berger anything of music, but I am
not too humble to refrain from mak
ing to him two suggestions. First:
Get some good new dance music.
Second : Play it decently so that wo
can danco to it comfortably.
My remarks apply only to Bergcr's
boys when they pluy at parties. In
their full strength and brazen glory,
at tho square or paik, they aro ad
mittedly the adjunct of Hawaiian
splendor of which we are most
proud. (Except of course when they
perform some of their awful med
lics)i I am, sir, yours truly,
For tho month of May, 1887:
The total number of deaths reported
for tho month of May was 47, distil
buted ns follows:
Under 1 year.... C
From 1 to C 0
From 0 to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... 4
From 20 to 30... C
From 30 to 40... 11
From 40 to 00. . . 7
From 60 to CO. . . 4
From CO to 70. . . 4
Over 70 6
Males, 30 Females, 17
CAUSE 01' DEATn.
Consumption ... G
Dls. of Lungs. . . 1
Dls. of llcart.... 0
Hcinonbago .... 2
Old Ago 6
Number unattended 13
COMI'ARATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY.
May, ISM) 53 I May, 1880 38
Muy, 1884 04 May, 1887 47
May, 188S 40
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IN TIIE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick
Foit Street School 150 2
Koyul School 321 15
Fobukulua School 100 0
Ut. Louis' College 303 0
Preparatory School OG 2
J. H. Bhown,
Agent Board of Health.
Tho following banco. decision was
died in the Supremo Court yester
day. The King va. II. M. McChesney
and Thomas McGiiHn, bill of excep
tions to rulings of Judd, C. J.,,t
tho January term, when the urison
ners wero prosecuted on an indict
ment for larceny of money, tho pro
perty of M. W. McChesney & Son.
Tho defendants wero found guilty
by a jury and aentenced McGiilln
to tin co years and McChesney to six
The defendants excepted to the
verdict on the ground that it was
contrary to the law and the evidence,
that in there was no evidouce to war
rant the verdict, and that it did not
comply with tho law of tho case nor
with the Judges.
Tho case was argued at some
length, and it was strenuously con
tended nn behalf of tho defendant
McGiflln that his co-defendant,
McChesney, was an incompetent wit
ness, as ho was tho principal, aud
The Court, after going into tho
evidence, overrules the exceptions.
A. P. Peterson. Denutv Attorney-
General, for tho Crown; Creighton
and A. C. Smith for defendant.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LOAN.
The Siitnei Mum tug Herald is
ntitlioiity for tliu statement that u
loan nf 800,000, at -I pel cunt has
been placed 011 the Loudon market
by tho Government of South Aus
tralia. Tenders will bo opened on
tho 10th Mar. Tho minimum
prlco is fixed at 101.
Tho Australian Goid-mining Syn
dicate has been registered, with a
capital of 25,000.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by the 'Austi.illa" a very line
and beaut lid ussuitment of styllMi mil
linery goodi. Her former stock nf
trimmed huts and bonnets, hIiu will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 02 lui.
LOOK HERE ! A great chance
for barguliis Selling rff at rt I
Intituling to five up tho lno tiade at
tliu end of Juno. 1 now off r my line
stock of ehooj A.T 008 ", for iah.
Come and moke 'your selictions at
once. P. MclNEnNY, Fort street,
above King itreet. Gl lw
TH E HOTEL "FREE LUNCH
X is rpieitil every evening In me u ir
room, and natrons
Ill find cvervlhlnc
to suit 1 ho taste of
the most fasiidl- us
AVING recently engaged
Has uimcr anu iu
wu uro now luuy prepirca 10 manufac
ture, repair and re gl il uny kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Piuurc
Frames made oer as good as now, und
at prices within the riach of all. The
putillc are invited to cull and Inspect
tome nf this work. Itotnember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Uolu, bronze. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BUOi., Ant riTOnE. 17
1 r( LBS. Fre-n Home-Mode Chew.
1UU lig Stifke, or so-rallcd Bir.
mrs Po'f, Mnd ffeth, de'lclous Vanilla
and Chocolate Lruum which I jniiinn
tco to be firbupeilor and told cheaper
llun uny Imported, at F HOIUVS t'lon
eer sieiira canny raciory
and B tkery
and Ice Cream Parlor.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
otleicd for salo by GOK SALVES St.
CO., Queen Bircet.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-Tn
"Eleie" Book, J and Newspaper
Ofkice, corner of Queen and II Btrcrts,
npposlto ofllco of tho Board of Health,
have, In connection with their already
Extensive Prlntltg Establishment, just
received pir 8. S. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Rey, of San Francis
co, direct from the minuf ictory. New
York City, A GORDON .IOB I'RINr.
ING PRE33. one of ibe-tine.-t tml best
In tho world, and of tho largest ize
made. There is nothing In ihUconnto
to compare with It. To cxumlnn this
One piece of workmanship is worth a
visit 1o the 'Elrlb' Omcc. It excels
In doing the finest kind of woik In tho
shortcut possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print,
ing of ant kind done at short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
glvo tho "Elele" office a call. Tele
phone No. M4. Im33j
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonson Smith &
Co., AcentB. 354
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to moke buckets of
when empty. For sale by
431m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
BY THIS STEAMER
Has icceired a full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full line or
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
Tie lira Lilly Eat!
ALL TIIE GO !
Go inspect Mr. Fishel's Niw Goods I
Leading Millinery House.
, Fort & Hotel Streets.
A COTTAGE, ntuatcd on
S -h ol blreet, near the Bridge
rontalnlnc 5 room. besides
pantry, kitchen, bath room, and billiard
room, witk fernery and stable.
For further particulars apply to Goo.
C. Lees, ut J. T. Wiiterhouso's Queen Ht.
Htnrp. 44 tf
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on html for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Cca
and a general assortment of
41S. Bar ron.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To he held at Kaplolatil l'urk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Baces
First Day, Juno lOtli, 1887.
Kaces to commenco at 13 noon.
lit. Honolulu Plats, $50
Running Race; mllo dash: for
Ilawalinn bred horse.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Running Hace; 2 mile dash; open
3rd. Ocunlc Purse, $100
Trotting Ruco, Mile heats; best 8 in
6; to harness; ficc for ull.
4th.-Walkapu Cup, $100 tdded
Running Ra':e; miledush; open
to all; winner to neat tho record of
6th. Breeder's Plate, 75
Running Raco; mllo dash; for all
8 year olds.
Gth.-Uawallan Plate, $76
Ruaulng Races mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commenco at 10:30 am, sharp,
lit. The Queen's Plate, $75
Running .Ruco; mllo dash; f;co
2nd. Kamohameha Plate, $150
Running Race; 3 mile dash; frco
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $150
Trotting Ruce; mllo heats; best 2 in
3; to ImrnoBs; opiu to all.
4th Ills Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Rnnnli g Uice; 1 mile dash; for
Hiwaliun bnd horses; owned ly
meml crs of the Jockey Club. Cup
to bo run f r annually.
5th. Hoslla Challenge Cup, $1 00 added
Running Race; mile dash; winner
to beai tho record f "Angle A"
1 :45 made Juno 13, 1830. Cup to
be run for annually, ami to bu liclil
by the winnri until his timo is bea
ten at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
The King's Plate, $100
Trotting IUcc; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mile heats; Lest two In
thici!; to harms).
Novelty Race, $100
1 milcdttOi; running; 1st quarter $23
H mile 025
V mllo 225
Open lo all Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
Swcopstukes, 920 and f0 added.
Hweepstnks Tioitlng or Pacinp
Race; best 2 in 3: free for ull horses
who have not a record of 3 min-. or
better. ToLedtlvenby members
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. l'ony Race, f 75
Running Rice: 1 mllo dash; rpn
to only Hiwallan bnd hor-ts, not
ovor 14 hands, and not under 3 yrs.
old; catch welgh'i.
All entries to clce at 12 o'olook noon,
on M iulay June U h 1887, at the otllcc
of tho Secretary, and all entrance fees to
be iu por cent, unless otherwise spccltl
cd. All wis to lie run or trotted under
therules of tbe Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission GO cents each
To O rand 8iand,xirn... CO tents and 91
(.'arriiigci inidc of Course.. .$2 HO each
Quarter Stretch Bidgos ,".C0 eacli
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.0.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will sjtala commence prratlonsoB
Thurday, May th,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With new and Improved machinery
and other apparatus, iho present muna
gcr guarantees to supply Taro Flour that
wll make a better clues of pol thun trer
All orders to be sent to W. fl. Cum
mlni, Manager, at the Factory, Wal
luku, Maui, or to W. O. Irwin A Co,
Agent", Honolulu. 44 lm ,
THE undersigned having beon this
day duly appointed Aiaignce of the
estate of John M. Karena, l)aiikru;t,
hereby ootlue all panics indehtcd to
said ctao to make Immediate niumunl,
and tho'-o having claims agalnut tald
estate lo present them wlihnut delay at
his ofllie No. 38 Merchant street Hono
lulu. CHA3. T. GUU0K,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 33
NOTICE 18 nEl EBY Gl VFN THAT
Frd Hcholtz, nf Wullu u, Mui,
has sold all right, title and Intureu iu
thn blacksmith shop, rltuated nn the
rluh'rsl'loof Knhulul rond, in tho said
dlhtiici of Walluku. to tho undersienrd.
who will enrry on iho bulm'As In future.
I havo al-o appointed Mr. Ohs 11.
Coekctt, as manager of tho aaiil thop,
the public aro invited to give a call,
and all blacksmlthing work will be ex
ecuted with despatch.
87 lm JOnN W. KALUA.
FULL COURSE of Tlfiue Paper
Flower taucht for SS. LesBons
given In (Jmvon Portrait; and nbo tho
Llirhtning Method nf Flower and Lind
scape Palntlne. Flower Pointing, 5;
Landscape, $10, for full cour.es
Older s taken for Crujoti Portraits and
Lou Ifcnpo Paintings
tSf 1C0 KING STREET, opposite
Kawalnhio Church. 84 lm
T-AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY .,,q ifUis-oi- .. n... li
"I v Wiuuia. f j ycr uuui. i ---- nnwbBOIlhB IW nBIAIlii rtmay
By tho steamer Australia, I have 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 other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
fcSr'Ladies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street.
(Opposite W. O.
(Ms, Youth's and Boys Fine Custom Made Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gents Shoes
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Honolulu, XT. T.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and Oat?, being cooked by Steam, and
only requiring aBhort lime to prepare them for tho table.
QT Tliu most nutrillojs food known. "t
Also, Gormea, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Pruncr, Nuts, Raisins,
Now Zetland, California, and Iilui d I'oiatow, &c.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
Clias, Hustace, - - ECing- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully inform the public that from this day on be ii fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls.
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in formor
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating;
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kamchameha IV, Kamehameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal'houaehold
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Praetlcal Coafeetlaner, Pastry Cask an Ornaaenter ItCBTonalals.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 3m) Honolulu, E. I
Just Received at Holiister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO,, LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
to the Ladies.
Irwin & Co's.)
& CO .