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THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1887.
Bktno Discovery from 8an Frnnclsco
StmrJas Mukcc fiom Kapait
Schr Wallelo from Kunu
Schr Wnlohu from Walalna
Bktno V tl Dlmoud for Sun Francisco
ut 2 p in
Bit Hercules for Itoyul Knads, D 0
Schr Knwallaul for Koolau
For San Francisco, per W II Dlinond,
June 0 F II Octting, J Flrlo, W Ebellng,
H J Wright, wlfo and 2 children, and J
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jns Mukcc 17 head of cattle.
Schr Wallele 1,200 bags of sugar.
The German bark Hercules has cleared
for ltoyal Roads, In ballast.
The barkentlno W II Dlmond sailed
for San Frauclsco this afternoon, with
17.340 bags of sugar and 300 bunches of
bananas. Value, $M,0G0.22.
Tho barkentlno Discovery, Jack Lee,
master, arrived this morning, 131 days
from San Francisco with a general
Am Ship Tltnour, Johnson
Bk O O Whltraoic, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk Gulllcrmo, Saudmann
Bk Peterson, Sundt
Bk (J B Kinney, Dahler
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk Don Carlos, Jacobson
Bktno Skagct, Robinson
Bktne Geo O Perkins, Ackermau
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktne Planter, W It Perrlman
Bktue Mary Wlnkclman, Blako
Bktne Discovery, Lee
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Mn. A. M. Howett has our thanks
for a Raco Programme
Mr. Gulick is authorised to collect
and receipt on bchnlf of F. H.
It is probable that none of the
inter-island vessels will sail before
Monday on account of tho races.
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There will be a hula performance
under the direction of the "Dandy"
at tho Chineso Theatre, Queen street,
The St. Louis College Brass Band
furnished tho musio nt tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral this morning, at
tho 10 o'clock service.
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A native named Namokueha, a luna
of a prison gang, was to-day charged
with assault and battery on a China
man. Found guilty and fined $7.
The tug Eleu will leave tho P. M.
S. S. Co.'s wharf at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning for Kapiolani Park
with tho Hawaiian band on board.
The races at Kapiolani Park will
commenco at noon to-morrow. Tick
ets for admission to tho Grand Stand
may bo obtained at tho offico of J. E.
Brown & Co.
An important underwriter's salo of
sundries will take place to-morrow
by public auction at tho sales room
of -Mr. Lewis J. Lovoy, commencing
at 11 o'clock.
Captain and Mrs. Pierce will bo
away from hero about three months.
They have gone to Now Bedford, to
settlo tho estate ol Mrs. Pierce's
mother, who died last fall.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at the races, at Kapiolani Park,
to-morrow and Saturday. Conse
quently, there will bo no concert at
The steamer W. G. Hall from Ha
waii and Maui, tho Waialealo from
Kauai and the G. R. Bishop from
Koolau, Waialua and Waianae, will
arrive here early to-morrow morning.
The gigantic magnolia treo at
Hanalei,Kauai, referred to yesterday,
was brought as a email plant from
England and planted whero it now
is, in 1M6, by tho lato Mr. Thomas
i m i
' His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill
and Mrs. Merrill were entertained at
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Julius H.
Smith last evening. Tho party also
includod Senator T. J. Crowley and
, . .
On Saturday next, Juno 11th, a
Sunday school picnic of tho Fort
atreot and Bethel Sunday Schools
will be hold on tho grounds of Mr.
Chas. M. Cooko, to which all mom
bora and their parents aro invited.
The United States Minister Resi
dont.His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill,
calls upon all Amorlcau citizens to
raeot at tho Royal Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, to consult in refcronco
to the celebration of the Fourth of
Ah Kee, of opium bribo notorietyj
is roported to bo vory sick. His in
ability to meet his financial engage
ments owing to being swindled out
of 171,000 is preying upon his mind
to such an extent that it is affecting
Amonobt the trophies to be run for
at the races to-morrow and Satur
day, there is no mention of tho
handsomo and valuable cup present
ed by tho Hongkong Raco Club,
soveral years ago. It js generally
understood this trophy is safely stow
ed away somowhero within tho pre
cincts of tho Palace.
The Missouri Senate has passed a
Local Option Iaw,
UP3ET AHD WRECKED,
Last night, a few minutes lifli-r 8
o'clock, tut oxpiess whs ln-liig
driven fttiiously nlong Hold street,
from Fort street towards the Until.
On passing the residence of Dr.
MiUiew the wheels collided with
the iron Uitihing posts that arc fixed
there. Tho dtiver, Hull by name,
was tin own out, the horse thrown
down, and the cnriiugo upbet. Hull
was kicked by tin' horse. He was
taken into Dr. MeGrcw'8,nnd f mud
not to be si-rioiifly iiijund, hut thu
carriage was UTiiljIy w locked.
Nino beautiful specimens of the
celebrated "Gulf Weeds" (Algae)
aro on exhibition at Messrs King
Brothers' Art Store, Hotel street.
These weeds grow on tho bottom of
tho Gulf of Mexico, are broken off
by the currents, float to the surface,
and nro carried to great distances
by tho tides. The specimens re
ferred to aro pressed and neatly
framed. They aro a present to our
respected fellow citizen, Colonel M.
Thompson, from his son Lieutenant
Percy W. Thompson, of tho United
States Revenito Marino.
Tho raco programmes aro out and
on sale at the book agencies. For
tho Honolulu Plate aro entered,
lago, "VVaterford Colt, Surprise,
PonlMol and Ncttio Brown. The
Rcccproeity Plate claims three en
tries, viz.: Rockwell, Nisa and
Amandine. Tho Oceanic Purse, a
trotting race, will be competed for
by Joo Dake, Clementina and
Twinkle. For tho "Waikapu Cup, a
3 railo dash, there avo three entries,
Queen Kapiolani, Hancock and
Patrol. Tho Breeders' Plate, a
mile dash, free for all 3-year olds,
has three entries, Ka Aolani, Horaai
kawna and Mattie M. Tho sixth
and last raco of tho day, the Ha
waiian Plate, mile dash, free for all,
comprises, Rockwell, Queen Kapio
lani, Col. Gift, Patrol and Aman
dine. HORN AT THE RACES.
Mr. F. Horn, of the Pioneer Cake
and Candy Factory, will be off to
the races to-morrow nnd tho next
day. He has no intention of com
peting on tho raco track for any of
tho prizes offered by tlio Jockey
Club. Ho has simply 'entered"
for tho Grand Stand, and In tho race
of furnishers of eatables and drink
ables for the consuming public. Mr.
Horn is confident of taking first
prize for variety, quality, quantity,
and cheapness. Ho is sure to win.
You may bet on Horn 99 to 1. He
publishes a long list of articles to be
supplied, with the prices attached.
The prices aro town prices. There
will bo no necessity for persons
taking along their own food, or
starving themselves during tho day
because of high cost. Any quantity
of good grub at tho races, and
Horn is the man to furnish it.
Judging from remarks made by
captains of vessels now in port,
thero is a lack of sugar, a stagna
tion in shipping and a loss of money
to the owners of Honolulu packets.
The downward freight of sailing
vessels has been rather right of late,
some coming here with less than half
a load. The discharging of tho
vessels is done in good style, but
just now "its go in tho stream and
lay up for a month or five weeks."
I would rather, said a captain, take
a position of second mate on a salary
than buy, nt a bargain, a half in
terest in a Honolulu trader to-day.
I have been offered seven dollars to
go to tho Sound, said another
master, and I am figuring to ascer
tain which way I will loso the least
monoy stay hore until August for
sugar, or go to tho Sound for seven
dollars. The sugar season is pretty
nearly over, or ns some mills grind
all the year round, it might be said
that the bulk of the sugar for this
season is in ; consequently the dull
ness is just beginning.
INTERESTING CASE OF REPLEVIN.
A replevin caso was commenced
in tho Police Court yesterday before
Police Justice Dayton, in which J.
T. Waterhouse, Jr., and Henry
Waterhouse trading under the firm
name of J. T. Waterhouse, were tho
plaintiffs, and A. S. Cleghoru and
George Markham . defendants. It
was alleged that defendants had in
their possession and unlawfully
detained from tho plaintiffs certain
goods and chattols, tho properly of
said plaintiffs, to nit, three repeating
rifles and one case of cartridges of
tho vnltie of $80. Whereupon the
plaintiffs claimed restitution of said
property with $75 damages for the
unlawful detention of tho sarao and
for costs of suit. Mr. Kinney for
the plaintiffs otated that tho action
was brought against tho defendants
as private individuals, not in their
official capacity. A pica of general
issuo was entered, and several wit
nesses were placed upon the stand,
including His Excellency Paul P.
Kanoa, Minister of Finance. In
the course of hearing jt was found
desirable to have the evidence of tho
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, and in order
to admit of this tho caso was ad
journed until 1 s30 i'. m. to-day.
When Brown opened tho front
door and picked up a strange baby
on the door-steps, he was heard to
remark: "Some men aro born
babies, some achieve babies, and
some have habits thrust upon
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The cloiing i xrrcltes or cxlilbl
Unit of thii Kuniiiiiliau Moulding
Sellout took place nt the Kuuninlino
Church ycstuMlav ufieruooii nt liulf
uiit one. Ik'fore Hint hour the
largi' building was well tilled with
spectators, nraonir whom many of
our California visitors wore to be
seen. Flowers prettily ananged
dccorati'd the singe. The girls, one
tiundrtd and thiilccti of Ilium, till
(licbscd in white, occupied the seats
on thu makal side of tho chinch
under the g.illeik's.
MUs Alexander, tho piltictp'il,
conducted the exercises, assisted by
.Misses Mnloui1, Brewer, Morle.v,
and pupil assistant Miss Jennie
Bates. Tho opening was tin anthem
beautifully sung by tho whole
school, followed by a scripture les
son recited in unison by all. Mr.
Alhcrton offered prayer. Then
followed recitations nnd singing. A
short exercise in Arithmetic con
ducted by Miss Bates with a class
of perhaps tbiity was extremely
creditable. Miss Brewer's geogra
phy lesson developed tho fact that
our little island corner of the world
possesses an astonishing amount of
capes, seaports, channels, straits,
mountains, rivers, political and
natural divisions, besides agricul
tural and other products. Miss
Malone's reading class also showed
good work. They read a lesson
never seen before, nnd on question
ing showed a knowledge of what
they rend which would put some
English scholars to tho blush. A
spelling match showed that many of
the little gills are getting hold of
some of the absurdities and difficul
ties of English spelling. Their brave
efforts excited the applause and
sympathy of tho audience. The
Kindergarten class, conducted by
Miss Alexander, showed tho perfect
aptitude of this excellent method to
the Hawaiian mind and the excel
lent music reflected great credit on
Miss Morlcy. The exhibition closed
with cali3tlicnic exercises on the
grounds without, in which the girls
appeared in uniform and went
ihiough a surpriiing variety of mo
lions, keeping time with the tap of
The shortness of the exercises
prevents a comprehensivo judgment
us to the progi ess of the school ;
but it is evident that there has been
growth and development during the
past year, and most excellent train
ing in all respects. There seemed
to be but one opinion among tho
houseful of visitors, that of satis
faction nnd pleasure, and when one
consideis that eveiything is done in
the English language, which some
of tho girls hardly knew a year ago,
admiration inci eases nnd homage is
paid to the noble band of devoted
ladies whose life and strength is
given to the work which consists
not in book training only, but of
teaching in all branches of civilized
THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCI
ATION. The Association resumed its ses
sion this morning in Kauraakapili
Church. Reports were read of the
North Pacific Mission Institute, by
Rev. Dr. Hyde: of the Treasurer
of the Hawaiian Board, W. W.
Hall ; and of the Secretary of the
Board, Rev. A. O. Forbes. There
have been 15 students in tho Insti
tute this year. Tho studies pur
sued bavo been of the same general
character as in previous years,
special attention being given to the
study of the Bible in ways adapted
to thu limited resources available in
the Hawaiian language. Two of
the passing visitors lo this city have
kindly remembeicd the needs of the
school by generous donations, Mrs.
O. P. Wilson, of Cincinnati, giving
$25, and Mr. A. S. Borden, of
Philadelphia, 820. One student
only graduates this year. He takes
chargo of the church at Kalapnna,
Puna. The examination is to be
held in Knumakapill Church, to
morrow morning, and the rhetorical
exercises in Kawaiahao Church,
Sunday evening, with some new
hymns in Hawaiian, set to music for
Tho total receipts of the Hawaiian
Board for last year were $17,904.22,
neuily $3,000 more than the previ
ous year. Tho receipts from the
Hawaiian Chinches nro loss by
$325. This total includes $1,822.83
received for salo of publications,
and S1.295.2G from tho American
Bible Society, mainly for tho cost
of publishing tho poetical books of
the Old Testament in the Gilbert
Island language, prepared by Rev.
The principal items of expendi
ture have been t2.G62.85 for foreign
missions, for home cvangillzatlon.
$1,390.25, N. P. M. Institute, for
support of students and for miscel
laneous expenses, $735, for Chinese
work in addition to the salary of F.
W. Damon, $1,435.30.
In the teport of the Secretary,
Rev. A. O. Forbes, notice wus taken
of the death of Rev. L. Lyons, for
more than 50 years the faithful
missionary nt Waiinea, Hawaii, to
whom the Hawalians owe much of
thoir proficiency In song. For years
bo published in tho native news
papers, every week a new hymn
or song. Tho Church Hymn Book,
in its various editions was prepared
by him, and several popular Tem
perance, Children's, and Sunday
school Music Books. Rev. S. Ka
aua, formerly of Hnmakua, and
Rev. G. W. Plllpo, or Kona, arc the
nntive prcaohers ylio liavo died
during the year, faithful men, re
spected for their Christian iutegrity
iiynllwlio knew llu-m. One IIu
will lull missionary, iter. G. I Libia,
was lo3t id sen last July, In going
with a company of Gllieil Islanders
in a nallvo canoe fiom Tarawa lo
The 57 churches havo been re
duced to 54, by doubling up 0 of
the feebler organizations, and mak
ing only three. Two parishes have
piovlded thcmsclu's with pai son
ages; two elm i dies have been re
puiicd, mid a ucwchiipil built for
tome Chinese icsidents nt ICtiiliin,
Hawaii. Two native pastois liave
leagued, Rev. Z. S. K. I'luituht, of
Wailuku, going to the Gilbuit
Ishindi, and Rev. W. M. K'daiuna,
changing fiom Paauhuu to Kuilu.i.
The nativo pastors find itmoru diffi
cult from year to year 'to sccuiu
their meagre salaiics. Extravagance
and excesses aru Impoverishing tho
Hawaiian people, and ten-cent
pieces are given now where dollars
were given before
The annual tea party given by
the Woman's Board to the Hawaiian
Association comes off this afternoon
in tho vestry of Fort-street Church,
at 4 -30 o'clock.
The annual examination of stu
dents of tho Noith Pacific Mission
Institute) will be held in Knumaka
pill Church, to-morrow morning,
from 9 to 12 o'clock.
THE ROLL CALL OF OUR CALLANT
A correspondent has sent us tho
"Roll Call" of the Hawaiian army,
1 Generalissimo and Commander-in-Chief
Hon. John O. Dominis.
5 Colonels, viz.: Colonel the
Hon. C. P. Iaukea, Colonel J. H.
Boyd, Colonel the Hon. G. W.
Mncfarlane, Colonel P. Opfergelt,
Colonel II. M. the King, who makes
an occasional appearance dressed
up in a German Colonel's uniform.
5 Majors, viz: Major J. D.
Holt, Mulor A. B. Ha) ley, Major
H. Bcrtlemnn, Major W. Coruwell,
Major tho Hon. J. T. Baker.
1 Adjutant-General of tho Forces,
Colonel the Hon. C. P. Itiukea.
1 Quartermaster-General, Captain
1 Intelligence Officer, Major A.
1 Military Engineer, (vacant).
1 Secretary of War nnd the Naw,
His Excellency the Hon. W. M.
1 Secretary and Aide-de-Camp to
the Commander-in-Chief, Major J.
1 Clei k to the War Department,
J. S. Webb.
1 Adjutant of the King's Guard,
1 Captain, 2 Lieutenants, 8 Ser
geants, 1G Corporals, 1 Bandmaster
and 24 Bandsmen.
The Forces cousist aboutof GO pri
vates. IUSINE8S ITEMS.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
ed by the 'Australia" a very fine
and beaut fill assortment of stylish uill
llnciy goods. Her former stock of
tilmmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 53 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
nt ppiead every evening In the b ir
ronm, and pa rons will Und evor) thing
io Fult thu taito of the mosl fusildi'ms
epicures. 47 if
HAVING icccntly engaged a flret
diss Oil Icr nnd MoiMIng Maker,
wu are now fully prrpMCil lo manufac
ture, repair and re(.'l il any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor ami Pl:ture
Frames made over a-, gi oJ hh new, nud
at prices wilhln lliu uach of all. The
ptiiilic nie inii e.l tj cull and Inspect
tome of this work. ItememtKr, any
thing that needs renewing In Gnlil, old
Gold, lironze. Coppir or Mmal wo can
K.1N U 11 III I -., A1IT DTOIlE. 1 1 i
S PERRY'S No 1 Pimllv Flour if
oiloiLd for sale bj QOtNSALVK &
CO., Q iccn Sireet. 61
A WANT SUPPLIE D-Tn
" Elelk " Book, J m and Newspaper
Office, corner of Quel n and II Street-,
opposito offlco of the Boiril of Huiltli,
have, in connection with their alreitdy
Ex cnslve Printb g FatalilUhmcni, just
recii'ed pr 8. S. Australia, through
Messrs Palmer & Hoy, of Sun Francis
co, direct from the minuf ictory. New
York Oliy. A. QUKUO.V JOB I HINT
INO PRE34, one of tao llmvt and best
in the world, aid of the largest tize
made. Thero in nothing in thUconnto
to compiro with it. To exatniun this
lino p'eco of workman-hip is worth a
vii-it to tho 'Ei.KLK' Olllce. li cxcoln
in difag the lincntkiudof woik iu the
Hhnrtesi poirHilu time.
Merchants nnd others ro miring Print.
i g of any kisd done, at i-liori notice,
mid at rot-onablo rates, will do well to
give ih'i "Ei.Etii" oQlce a cull. Tele
phono No. M4. Iiu33
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dm
case and also for Disoascs of Kidneys
und Circultiaon, Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonson Smith &
Co.. Aeonta. 354
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to mnko bi ikets of
whmempi). For sale by
A. W. PIERCE db CO.
Srh'ol ureit, near the Bridge
fntitallilnn K rrrm J ltto1f1,M
pantry, kitchen, bath lomn, and billiard
rorm, wl k fernery and stable,
For further particulars apn'v to Geo,
P. Lees, ut J. T. Wuterhousu'b Q icrn "(.
Store, 44 tf
" uiiiniuiiiK v iwumii uviuib
fiiI91fi Soli 'ol urei t, near the llrldge . Ordern lakt-n for Oraj on Portraits and , -NwUr-
Fourth Annmil Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
T.t be helil at Knp o anl Pi rk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Offlchl Pregr mmeofBicrs
First Duy, Junu lOlli, 1887.
Races to commenca at 12 cooo.
1st. Honolulu Plata, $50
Running Race; 14 mile dash: for
llawullun bred h rsej.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Running Kace; nidi) dash; open
3rd.-Ocoantc Purse, $100
Trotting Rice, .Mile, hents; bjsl 8 In
5 j to harness; fiee for ull.
4th.-Waikipu Cup, $100 added
Hunulng Ha:e; -If mile (lush; open
to all; miiit tj ueat iho rixord of
'Ma) D 1 :20.
5th.-Breedor'i Plate, $75
Riinnim: Uucc; mile dash; for all
8 veir olds.
6th.-Hawaiian Plate, $75
Ruuulng Race; mile dash; open lo
Second Day, June 1 1
rcces to ou.mjuLu at 10:?.0 am. sharp.
111. The Queen's Plate, $75
Running Race; j$ mile dash; fo
2nd. Kamehameha Plate, $150
Running Races, 2 mile dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $150
Ir.it'lng Race; inilo heals; best 2 in
3 ; tit hi r i ; opi n to nl I.
4th. Hit Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Kii.nl g Re; I mile daU; for
HiH'illtn nnd hor-iB; owiud ty
nicin! err of the Jockey Club. Cup
to be run f r ttnnuiilly.
6th. Koslta Challenge Cup, $100 added
Ruiniig Kate; miludiili; winner
io In hi the record f "Anrle A "
1 :iii made Juno 13, 18i0. C p to
be run for unni.ally, xuii to bu luM
by the wlnnei i n II his Mmo U tna
tea at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6lh.-The King's Plate, $100
Trolling Rue; tor Hani I' an bred
hon nnl ; uillu heats; tea two in
tine ; to lmrnR
7lh Novelty Race, $100
1 mlluila-h; running; lstquart(ri2
U ratio J5
1 mile $21
& mile $i5
Opun to nil Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
Swce.istakts, 8.0 and f0 added.
Sweepxtnks Tio ting or Paclnp
R ice; best 2 In U: free for nil hones
who have not a record of 8 mlu. or
better. To le dilvin by members
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. l'ony Race, $76
Runi.i g Rice; 1 mile dish'.rpm
to only lltwaiiim brid hnr-ts, uoi
over 14 hinds and net under 8 yrn.
old; catch welrh i.
All entries to c'o-e at 12nVnrk noon,
on M nday June IS h 18t7. at the olllce
of the Mcrctary, and all entrance fec-t to
bu 10 per cent, unlo-a otherwise Hptcl fl
ed. Ail ta'it io be run or trotted under
thernles of the Haw uiian Jockey Club.
Admission , CO cents each
To Cir.iinl S anil, ix m . .5(1 ems nnd 81
'iirringe-i m-iili of Coure...$3?0 until
Qutrter StieU h R Klgc $5.(0 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.O.
Taro Flour Factory,
Will again eommenen operations oh
J'faaraUay, May xeth,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now and Improved michlnTy
and mber nrparatu , I no ivseiu miina
gerguamnteisiocui ply Turn Klour iIihI
wll inaku a better il.ii of poi than iver
All orders to bo 6-nt to W. H. Ciinv
mln-", Manager, at ilio Kac o-y, Wa".
lnku, Maui, or to W. U. Irwin fc ( o,
Acnt , Honolulu. 41 lm
TflE undersigned hiving been tlil-i
day duly appoiniid A. signie of the
i suite of John M. Katoim, la kiu t.
henby notlnci.nll.uir U inloliieil. in
Hiil e t'i e to mike immediate lutjin 'nt,
and llio-o hiving ilalma agalnt raid
o-tnto 'o prisi-nt them ulihont delav at
his fll-u No S3 Merrlii' t street llono.
lulu. CUA. T. ULLI'K,
I'ono'ulu, May 12. 1887. 31
NOTICE IS nE EQYG'VrCNTflAT
Pnd Sclmllz. .f Wiilltt U, Maul,
lias fold a'l rkht. t'tlit and b uret iu
thi bliKkrmltii slion. tlmntcd on the
rluh si 'o of Kalmlul roid, in tho paid
dliitiici of Walluk'i, lo the ut ders'gned.
who II enrrv on the bu-ln- n In future.
I havu ul.o ap olnted M. Oli a II.
CiHikeil, a mauarer of the will .hop.
Hie publlo are Invlttd to give a call,
and ail blacksmlihlng nork will be ex
conlcil with (lespnicli.
niira -iuh.n w. KM.UA
A FULL COURSE of Tissue Paper
Flowern tnuirht for 3. Lessons
elvon In Urnvon Portrniis; and h1o the
LlihtnlnirM'lhod of Flower unit Lmd.
fcape Patntlnir. Flo er Pulnllng, i3;
Land-cupe, $10, for full cour e
Orders taken fnr Crujon Portraits and
Lnn Iscapn Pnintlnua
r K0 KIlfG STREET, rpnoMto
Kuwulnhio Church. U4 lm
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By tho stenmi'i' Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of the
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at hed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laees and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
fc3f3Ladies aro invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Oppooltc W. O.
EGAN &: CO.,
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing,
Eats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valisea.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared, from Snow Flake Wheat
Also, Highland Sootoh Soiled Oats !
Am an entirely new preparation tf wl.eit ami Oats bing cooked by Htcara, and
only nqu ring aidiort lime to pnpuro them for the tabic.
OT Tho moat nutrlHojs food known. -8B
Also, Germen, Gem, Grubam Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Baron, Choice D lies, Pruncr, Nut, Ra'sins,
NawZn. linil, Oallfornli, and Itlard Potato s-, &.i.
AUo, II room Corn, ezoullunt for chicken fee I, for snU by
Clias, Hustace, - - Xing Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREABI PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the puhlio 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
ycais, 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 aUo for select par
ties givt-n by their Tat u Majesties Karaehainehn IV, Kanichamehn V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the pie-ent royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment; huviugover fotty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Coarectloaer, Pantry Cook and Ornaaenter Inllonolala.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (5 3m) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A larga assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Xor Sixle tit Reasonable JPrioeai,
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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