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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887.
B S Zealandla from Sftn Frauclcco en
route for the Colonics
Stmr W G Hull from Hawaii nml fniil
Stmr Lehua from HiimaMia
Stmr Walaleale from Kauai
Stmr Iwulanl from Il.iumkita
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau.
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Bolir Xottle Mori 111 from Lihalna
Schr ltob Itoy from Koolau
Schr lialeukala from I'epcekco
S 8 Zealandla for the Colonics at 5:30
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for tho Volcano nud way-
Stmr Walaleale for Kauai
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Schr Walchu for Walanao nnd Walalua
Schr Maun for Ilouomu and Ouomca
Hchr Wallelo for Kuan
Schr Halcakala for Pcpcckco
Schr ltob Roy for Koolau
From San Francisco for Honolulu,
per Zealandla, June 10 Mra E Bcckley.
Mrs F II Austin, Rev E O Bcckwlth, W
W Cluff, O It Dempster, A O Dowsctt,
tV T Ellis, Sam E Karon, It L Qlllll.md,
A E Hlgglns and wife, Mr O F Hart
and wife, Mrs Wm King, Win Knolt
and wife, J Lavlaga, Mrs II Morrison,
Fred Manor and wife, E M Miller, Chas
Magulre, Mrs A Mc Way lie, Mrs II J
Nolto, Miss Nolte, J Fred Newton, Dr
Edmund Pugh, Henry Roth, Rudolph
Spreckcls, J M Sass, Misses Taylor, G
K Wilder, Palmer Woods, II II Wood
and wife, G , Vhltaker and wife, and
From Kauai, per Walaleale, Juno 10
A Spencer, Mark Schclmel, O L Brlto
and IS deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per W G
Hall, Juno 10 Hon J II S Martin, R O
Baruflcld, Hon J K Nnhale, J Cooper,
Mrs II Turner, D II Hitchcock, Miss
Kahaulello aud 01 deck.
From Walalua, per Waiehu, June 0
Mr S N Emerson and wife.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G nail 3,401 bags of sugar,
125 awa, 118 hides, 10 hogs, 1 horse
and 123 pkgs of sundries.
Stmr Walaleale 3,2G0 bags of sugar, 55
bags of rice, 4 horses aud 1 bull.
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Zealandla, K Van Otercndoip,
commander, sailed from San Francisco
June 3rd at 3 :45 p in, passed the outer
buoy at 5 :30 p m, passed the Australia
June 8th at 10:30 p m, bound for San
Francisco: arrived at Honolulu June
10th at 0:30 n in. Passengers For
Honolulu, 38 cabin and 32 steerage; for
Auckland, 14 cabin and 7 steerage; for
Sydnoy, 21 cabin and 47 steerage.
Freight For Honolulu, 140 tons; for
Auckland, 02 tons; for Sydney, 201
tons. Total, 412 tons.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Tiraour, Jolfnson
Bk O O Whltmorc-Thonipson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk Guillcrmo, Saudmaun
Bk Peterson, Suudt
Bk 0 B Kinney, Dablcr
Bk Saranac, bhaw
Bk Don Carlos, Jncobsou
Bktne Geo C Perkins, Ackennan
Bktne Morning Star. Tumor
Bktno Plauter, W ltPerrlman
Bktuo Mary Wlnkclmau, Blake
Bktne Discovery, Leo
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
CompanV B of tho Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening.
Naalehu Mill, Hawaii, started
grinding laBt Monday.
The S. S. Zcalandia will sail for
tho Colonies at 5 :30 this evening.
On tho 1st Juno the Daily Alta
California appeared in a uow drees.
There will bo music nnd a free
raco at tho Yosemito rink to-morrow
Dn. Carter, Governmont physician
at Waialua, was in town this morn
ing. 1 .
Thirty Chinese steerago passen
gers camo by tho S. S. Zcalandia
Two thousand watormolons came
from Hamakun by tho schooner Wai-
ohu last evening.
. . '
The steamers Kinau, Likeliko, Lc
hua and Mokolii will nrrivo horo early
to-morrow morning. -
Steamer W. G. Hall will Bail on
Tuesday morning at 10 a. m., for
Lahuinn, Maalaen, Kona and Kau.
Mr. J. M. Oat, Jr., is now tho busi
ness manager of tho "Weekly Delta"
newspaper, Visalia, California.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Myrtlo Boat Club will bo held
this evening at tho boat house at
Mr. II. M. Sowall, U. S. Minister
to Samoa, and Mr. E. G. Flemming,
will leave by tho Zcalandia this even
ing. T ,
Amono tho through passengors for
tho Colonies by tho S. 8. Australia
to-day, is Sir Samuel Grilllths, Pre
mier of Queensland.
A number of Honolulu pcoplo
camo homo by the Zcalandia this
morning, us will ho seen by tho pas
Mr. Thos. Evans, charged with
. manslaughter at Lahnina, Maui, has
boon unanimously pronounced not
guilty, by tho jury.
Till! arrivals of intor-island vessols
to-morrow will likely bo numerous,
ps all hands will do their utmost to
get hero in time for tho races.
Mr. E. G.
houso to runt.
The Hawaiian Utile Association
will hold u meeting 11 1 tho Honolulu
Rifle armory next Monday evening.
The etoamer Ewa will tako passen
gers to and from tho picnic grounds
on Juno 20th. Tickets may be had
at Mr. Lewis J. Levey's.
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Mit. Geo. McLanc, jiuiser of tho
Zcalandia, has added to our long
list of previous obligations to him, by
iilcs of lato papers kindly furnished.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. an
nounce in this issue an underwriter's
Bale to take place at tho store of C.
Brower & Co., Queen street, at 10
o'clock, Monday morning, to which
special attention is invited.
PArER llower-making is all tho
rage on tho Coast just now, and
Messrs. King Bros, having antici
pated the demand that will soon bo
made for this lino of goods here, have
imported a full nnd complete stock
of tho necessary materials for their
1 Honolulu Plate. Half-milo
dash. Fivo horses faced tho starter,
viz.: Iago, Waterford Colt, Sur
prise, Pom Moi and Nettie Hrown.
Tho betting was on Surprise against
the field. Iago lidd tho pole. A
fairly good start was effected, Poni
Mol and Nettie Brown slightly in
tho' rear. Coming up the home
stretch, Waterford Colt, ridden by
Appleby, took the lead, and won by
a length. Time, 51 seconds.
2 Reciprocity Plate. Three-quartcr-niile
dash. Rockwell, Nisa
and Amandine entered. Nisa and
Amandine, anxious to get away
went off together, before the
starter's flag fell, leaving Rockwell
at the post. Amandine came in
first, but the race was declared off
by the judge, and the horses were
ordered out again. Nisa having
gone dead lamo remained in the
stable, consequently it was reduced
to a match between Rockwell and
Amandine. After a good start,
Amandine took first place, and
maintained it throughout, winning
by two lengths. Time, 1 minute
Tho above is all that had reached
us up to the time of going to press
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE ENTERTAINMENT.
Programme for Saturday June
Piano Solo Miss S. Young
Reading Mr. S. B. Dolo
Song Miss Morley
Reading Mr. Soveranco
Song Miss Griovo
Address Rev. E. C. Oggel
A COMBINATION SHOW.
A combination show, consisting of
dancing, banjo and guitar solos, and
singing will be tho attraction at the
canvas pavillion, Fort street, back
of the shooting gallery, this evening.
Seven pieces of Bergcrs Band will
also furnish music. Seats for
hundreds will be supplied, and a
good combination show will be given.
The doors will open nt 7 o'clock,
admissions 50 nnd 25 cents.
CONSUL SEWALL ENTERTAINED.
Last evening His Excellency Mr.
Gibson and Mrs. F. II. Hayselden
entertained Mr. Harold M. Sewnll
United States Consul at Apia.
Amongst those present wero His
Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, United
States Minister Resident, and Mrs.
Merrill, Mr. Sewall, Senator G. E.
Whitney and Miss Violet Whitney,
Miss Tucker, Miss Eva Putnam,
Miss Edith Turton, Miss Finckler,
and Miss Dudoit. The company
passed a very pleasant eveuing,
sweet music adding to the evening's
OFFICERS' JOCKEY CLUB.
Last evening Colonel V. V. Ash
ford, Major Henry Fitzpatriek Heb
bard, Captain Adjutant George
McLcod, Ordnance Ofllccrll. Gunn,
Captain Unger, Captain Pratt, Gap-
tain Fisher, Lieutenants Torbcrt,
Meyers, Bishop and Simonson, of
tho Honolulu RiUes, and Majors
Parker and Hayley were received by
tho King in the Chamberlain's dike,
r.t tho Palace; and were elected, at
$1G ahead 810 initiation feo and
50 cents per month for dues in ad
vance into tho Oillcers Jockey
The Officers' Jockey Club is nn
organization composed of all tho
commissioned ofllccrs of tho Hawai
ian forces. A houso near tho Grand
Stand at Kapiolani Park belongs to
this club, and each member of the
same has tho privilege of taking two
members of his family there on raco
Editor Bulletin: I notico the
Chinese lamp-lighter on Liholiho
street, lighted his lamps at half-past
1 o'clock, both yesterday and tho
day before. I think it is out of
time, as it is not daik until after 7
o'clock. Tho Government ought to
know it. Spectator.
fUL. II U i
The French havo established
special polico service to prevent tho
passage of suspected persons across
tho lino from Germany.
PnEPAnATIOH FOR TIU 4TH OF JULY.
In rcdptinso tp an imitation from
Mr. Merrill, United Stales Minister
Resident, about 80 or oo Anici leans
assembled at the Huwaiiau Hotel
last evening. At 8 o'clock the as
sembly took possession of the pri
vate dining room, where chalis and
tables were arranged for a meeting.
When all wero seated, Mr. Men ill
stated Hint the object of the meet
ing was to tnako ariangements for
tho iclcbratiiiii of Fouitli of July,
and the llrst thing to be done was to
mime n chairman. Mr. J. A. Hop
per was nominated nud unanimously
elected Chairman. Mr. Hop
per took the chair. Mr. E. R.
Heudry was elected Secretary.
Mr. P. C. Jones moved that n
committee of 21 be appointed to ar-'
range a programme, which was car
ried, and the following committee
was appointed: P. C. Jones, II.
Gunn, E. D. Tennoy, G. W. Smith,
Dr. A. MoWnync, E. R. Hendry,
C. H. Eldredge, A. W. Richardson,
II. M. Whitney, Jr., G. E. Howe,
R. J. Greene, II. F. Lewis, E. H.
Burrell, N. E. Gedge, Hamilton
Johnson, J. II. Paty, E. F. Bishop,
A. J. Cartwright, II. F. Hebbard,
1. C. Porter, J. A. Hopper, and
Vt C. Wilder.
Mr. P. C. Jones objected to serv
ing on the committee on the grounds
of his not being so young as some
others ; but ho was promptly stamp
ed down, and forced to serve.
Col. Z. S. Spaulding, taking tho
floor, said that it was 19 years since
lie had the pleasure of being in
a Fourth of July meeting, and be
fore signing the subscription list he
would like to mako a few remarks
on tho celebration of tho Fourth.
Mako this year's celebration the
grandest of all, continued the Colo
nel, make plenty of noise. Tho
only way to have u good Fourth of
July is to get a good subscription
U.ot. nnd an snvlnrr lin tnascd down
l0V in ten dollar gold pieces.
J.UU utiuil 111111 juiu aiijruuuj
c.'de like to make a few rcmaiks?
Mr. A. J. Cartwright I will du
plicate Mr. Spaulding's gift.
Mr. Atherton 1 will give a
hundred. Then came a short silence.
Mr. P. C. Jones I will give $100
if you will, Mr. Hopper.
Mr. Hopper I will.
Mr. Jones Wo will havo an
Amciican Fourth this time, and if
anybody has anything to say then
Mr. Merrill I'll go 850.
Mr. Putnam So will I.
Then others were invited to sign
the subscription list for what tbey
Mr. Spaulding Before leaving
you gentlemen, let mo tender the
use of my horses, if the committee
wants races at tho Park on the
Fourth, and permit mo to make a
few suggestions: make plenty of
noise; explode bombs; get out
Waterhousc's guns to assist in mak
ing a great noise; make a bier
racket for the big boys, as., Mr.
Jones will take care of the children
and the lemonado basket.
The meeting then adjourned.
Tho members of tho committee of
21 who wero present then called a
Mr. A. J. Cartwright war elected
Chairman of the Committee and Mr.
T. C. Porter secretary ; Mr. E. R.
Hendry acting secretary pro tern.
A salute of 13 guns in the morn
ing, 08 at noon and 13 in the even
ing was agreed upon ; as was also a
picnic, nith literary exercises and a
The sub-committees were appoint
ed as follows :
T. C. Porter, O. H. Eldredge, A.
W. Richardson, E. D. Tenney, and
E. F. Bishop.
A. J. Cartwright, F. C. Jones,
and II. F. Hebbard.
R; J. Greene, J." II. Paty, E. D.
Tenney, T. C. Porter, and G. E.
PICNIC AND SPORTS.
C. H. Eklredgo, Dr. A.
Wayne, H. M. Whitney Jr., J. A.
Hopper, G. W. Smith, E. D. Ten
ney, Hamilton Johnson, W. C.
Wilder, E. F. Bishop, nnd H. F.
DrrAVMcWayimVE'. D: Tcliriey,
N. E. Gedge, G. W. Smith, E. R.
Hendry, II. Gunn, nnd E. F.
Mr. Q. I. Tewksbury was ap
pointed a committee of one to can
vass tho shipping for subscriptions.
E. II. Burrell, T. C. Porter, and
E. R. Hendry.
Tho committees will meet again
at the Hotel next Thursday night.
About $900 was raised during
THE CAUDAUR-HAHLArJ RACE,
Chicago, May 31 To tho sur
prise of even tho knowing ones the
nquntlc race at Pullman, Illinois,
proved the most noteworthy ever
rowed in American waters. Jacob
Gnudnur covered the three-mile
courso nearly four lengths ahead of
Edward Ilanlan, and yet tho loser's
time beat tho best previous record
by eighteen seconds. Gnudaur's
timo, 19 minutes and 30 seconds,
surpassed the championship record
which he himself established at
White Hear Lako last year by the
considerable matter of 21 seconds.
This extraordinary performance,
too, was accomplished in nnsty,
choppy water, aud with n regular
cat and'dog rain Hint dii'iicheil tio
oarsiui'U nnd mnde puddles in their
boats. The brilliant ii'sult of the
lace tliomtiulily suiiuIcIich the ugly
reports bandied about quite freely
for some days that the race would
bo n htppodtoino from the wind
"Go:" that not a cent of stake
money was up, and the wholo affair
was a side-show for Mr. Pullman's
town. So liltlo confidence did tho
belting people have In tho honesty
of the race that they were unwilling
to risk money on what they deemed
a scratch. In the pool-tooms the
contest wns almost totally ignored,
and but very few private waiters of
auy account were made 1111 the nut
side. Of 7,000 pel sous who wit
nessed tho race, a comparatively
trifling number, it is safe to say not
one tenth had any interest other
than that of holiday sight-seeing in
tho result of the issue of the contest.
Ilanlan announces that on his re
turn to Canada he will challenge
Gaudaur to row yesterday's race
over again under similar conditions.
New York, May '25. In a recent
interview with a "World" corres
pondent Sir John Macdonald said:
"Canada is debirous of having the
widest possible extradition treaty be
tween England and tho United
States. It is a great nuisance to us
to bo made tho receptacle of all your
runaway defaulters and embezzlers.
I believe England is nlso desirous of
having nn enlarged cxtiaditlon
treaty, and, so far as I know, the ob
jection to a wider treaty only comes
from tho United States. The old ex
tradition treaty with the United
States is faulty in many rospects,
and a treaty on a wider basis has
been suggested, but some diplomatic
difllcultics havo hitherto prevented
The Premier did not caro to cay
what tho "diplomatic difllcultics"
were. From another source, how
ever, it is learned tho trouble lay in
part, nt leiiBt, in tho refusal of tho
United States to insert a clauso in
tho treaty providing for tho extradi
tion of dynamiters. It was also inti
mated that back of tho "diplomatic
difficulties" burrounding the ques
tion there was some political diffi
culty. "It may bo nssunicd, then," pur
sued tho correspondent, "the Cana
dian people are not moved by a
spirit of hospitality to open tho doors
to these criminals?"
"You may rest assured," replied
Sir John, "tho Canadian people aro
not anxious to harbor these men.
Wo aro inclined, indeed, to strain the
existing treaty and give them up if
we could ; but, if one of these men
is arrested, he applies for a writ of
habeas corpus to one of our courts,
and as the courts simply deal with
tho law as it is, if it be found tho
warrant is illegal the party is dis
charged." S. F. Call.
The ice in Lake Huron extends
from the American to the Canadian
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by tho 'Austr.ilia" a very fine
and beaut fill assortment of stylish mil
linery goods. Her former stock of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. ' C2 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
is i-piead every evening In inu b ir
room, and patrons will Unit ever thing
lotultiliu taste of tho most fustldious
epicures. 47 if
HAVING recently 'ngnged r first.
1 ts, Uil lcr and Moiihling Maker,
wf aro now fully prcpiied lo manufac
ture, repair and rcgi d uiiy kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Phlnru
Frames made oier n jrod as now, nud
nt prices within lliu iiaeli of all. Tho
puiillc aie InUtcd to cull and inspect
-ome of this ork. Remember, any
(Ling that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Uolu, lirnnZK, Copper or Meial we can
do. KINO UlliM, Am- tiToim. 17
Ci PERRY'S No 1 F-imllv Flour Is
O olleied for sale by 003 SALVES &
CO., Queen btrcet.
"Elelk" Book, Jub and Newspaper
j - OftTCEf - cotuerofuPemnd It Street?,
uiiJU3llu uiuuu ui ma uuaiu Ul JIUIIIIM,
have, lu connection with their already
Extcnslvo Printing Establishment, just
rcciWed per S. S. Australia, "through
Messrs. Palmer & Rey, of San Francis,
co, direct from tho mtnuf ictory, Now
York City, A GORDON! JOB THINT.
INO PRES3, ono of tlie finest ami best
in tho world, arid of tho largest tlze
made. There is nothing lu this conntrj
to comparo with It. To exumlno this
line picco of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho 'ErLE ' Office. Il oxcels
In doing tho lluu-t kind of woik In lliu
shortest pew 1 lit time.
Merchants nn I others ro piking Print,
leg of any iutn ihuo at t-hort notice,
and at rcaonulilj rites, will do well to
give the "Elelk" office a call. Tele,
phono No. r44. Im33
Dr. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Detcriptivo book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co., Auonts. 354
MESSRS J. E. BROWN &CO.
Arc auihoiiseu to collect fur tuo
Honolulu Juno 8th, 187.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to miiku buckets of
wlun cinpt. For silo by
43 lm A, W. PIERCE & CO.
KaineliaiiiBlia Day !
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held at Kap.o'anl Pi.rk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Racei
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.
Kacca to commence at 12 lood.
Ill Honolulu Plate, $50
Itunning Iluce; mllo dash: for
Hawaiian bred hnrscj.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Itunnlug liuce; 4 mllo dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purse, $100
Troitlng Itiicc, Milo heats; best 8 in
S; lo harness; fieo for all.
4th.-Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Htinnlng Ha;ej mllo dush; onen
to nil; winner to beat tho record of
6th. Breeder's Plate, (75
R'inninir. lluco; mllo dash; for all
3 year olds.
Gth.-IIawallan Plate, $76
Running Race; mllo dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commence nt 10:30 a m. sharp.
lit. The Queen's Plate, $75
Running Race; J milo dash; free
2nd. Kamehamoha Plate, $150
Running Race; 2 mile dash; frco
3rd. Kalakaua Purte, $150
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 In
3; to hnrni'se; opi n to all.
4th Hit Majosly's Cup, $100 added.
R'liming R c; 1 mile diuh; for
lliuuliun brill lior-ns; owned ly
mom! civ of tho Joekey Club. Oup
to bu run f r imnuiilly.
5th. Kosita Challenge Cup, $100 added
Running Knee; milo dush; winner
to bent tho record if "Anglo A"
1 :45J4 made Juno 12, 18d0. Cup to
be run for nnnunllv, nnd to bo hilil
by the winnct until his time is bia
ten nt a meeting of iho Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6th.-Tho King's Plalo, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
hori-cj ml ; milo heats; Lcsi two In
th o-; to harm 04.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 mllodah; running; 1st quarter $2"
4 milo $35
1 mile $
i mile ir,
Opvn lo all Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
BMcepstiikts, 820 and $0 added.
Fwcrpstnks Tio'tlng or Pacinp
Race; lust 2 In ii: free for all hoises
n ho havo not a record of It rain, or
better. To lodiivm by members
of tho Jockoy Club.
0th. Pony Race, $75
Running Rice: 1 mllo disu:rp-n
to only IliwailiiU bred hor-in, not
over 14 band, nnd not under it yrs.
old; catch weijjh'i.
All entries to clno at 13 o'o'ock noon,
on JI 'inlay June 0 h 1867, at tho olUcc
of the Secretary, and all entrance feci to
bu 10 per cent, unless otherwise specifi
ed. All rurei to be run or trotted under
tberiilcs of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 00 cents each
To Umnd Stand, iz'rn... 00 cnts nnd 91
l 'nrrliigcs milo of (7nurse...t3ft0 ennh
Quarter Stretch B idgoi f VflO each
0. 0- BERQEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
Taro Floor Factory,
Will again commence operation oa
ThuratUy, May xeth,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With new and improved machinery
and other nppar.Uu, iho present mnna
gcr (ruaenntcca to supply. Taro. FlausUuU
wilt make a better class of pol than ever
All orders to be sent to W. II. Cum
mlnf, Manager, at the Factory, Wal
luku, Mnul, or to w. O. Irwin & Co,
Agent', Honolulu. 41 lm
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Aisignro of tho
rstato of John M. Kii cim, lankrut,
hereby notille all pari lei Indebted to
bald O'ta'c to make immediato najment,
and thoto having clulnm against tald
C'ttito to present them without delay at,
his nftluo No. S3 Merchant street Hono.
lulu. CHAS. T. UULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fu-d Pcbnltz. of Walluku, Maui,
has cold all right, title and Interest in
thn blnekunlili shop, tltuatcd on the
riyhlslilo of Kahulul road, in tho paid
dUtifci of Walluku, to the undersigned,
who wilt carry on iho bulnes in future.
I have iiIm) appointed Mr. Oln.s 11.
Coekelt, an manager of tho sal I hliop,
Iho public aio Invited to glvoacall,
and all hlncksmlthlng work will bo ex
ecuted with despatch.
87 lm JOHN W. KALUA.
jjmH A COTTAGE, Mtuated on
fClvff Sell o urei't, near tho Ilrldgo
Hwi containing S room. bcsldis
pantry, kitchen, butli lonm, nnd billiard
room, wl h fernery and -table.
For further particulars anp'v to Geo,
O. Lees, at J. T. Wntcrliouse's Queen t-'t.
tftnro. 44 tf
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column. f'J per annum.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, n large assortment of tho
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.
fcafLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
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(Oppnolto W. O.
Gent's, Youth's and Boy s Fine Costa Made Cloliog,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gents Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat
Also, Highland Scotoh Boiled Oats !
Aro an entirely new preparation of wheat and OaU, being cooked by Steam, and
only requiring a short lime to prepare them for tho table.
taTTlie most nutritious food knowu.-Tgn
Also, Germea, Gem, Grab am Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prune?, Nutj, Italslns,
Now Zealand, Cullfornl i, and Iilm d l'otiito:s, &:
Also, Broom Cora, excellent for rhickou feed, for salo by
Cli&s, Hustace, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, P. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that
to receive orders ior
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
Aud guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their late Majesties Kamchameha IV, Kaniehamclin V, and.
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household;
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years t
practical experience in this line of business.
Praetlcal Coafectloncr, Pastry Cook and Ornamontcr lolIouotBla.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
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Both Telephones No 74.
Just Received at Hollister & Coys
A largo assortment of
Comprising the woll-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
- FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, jfco.
ITor Sale at Ifccisoiille IPrioes;
Irwin & Co's.)
from this day on ho is fully prepared U,
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(05 3m) Honolulu, H. I