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TUESDAY. JUNE U. IHftf.
U S d Adutns from Acnpnlco
Stmr U B BUhop for 'al m ic, W n'nhiu,
mid Kuulnu ut 8 ti in
Stmr v ( Unit f,,r l.tilmtn.i, nalaeit,
Konu and Kmi I 10 u in
Stmr Mlkiiliiilu for Kuii.it at ft p in
hluir muii1u for Liiip.ihueliwo at noon
Slim- Llkuliko Iiii' Kiiliuhil, liana, unit
ay-.orta ut 5 p in
VESSEL8 LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Elluuoa Hou for Huniakuu at 5
Bk 0 P Pctcrxon for San Francisco
Stmr Iwnlatil for Labulua and llama-
kua at 8 a m
Dktno Geo 0 Perkins for San Francisco
Schr Canute for Kuan
For Laualua. Maulaea, Kona, and
Kau, per steamer W G Hall, June 14
Mr. Parnialce, Mre T urtnn, Mrs Farga
roos. Hon J IC Nw ale. Mr Palkn, M
Koliano and daughter, Airs Baldwin, V
A Wall, E D Preston, Hon J 11 S Mar
tin, Ilev S L Deslia, and about 75 deck.
The bktno Planter will bo detained
here until about the 20th Inst for a fi.ll
load of sugar. She will have been hcie
then over thirty days.
The bktno Mary Winkcltnan nnd Geo.
C. Perkins will Bhoitly sail for tho
The bktno John Worstcr has cleared
for Pugct Sound.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Company B of tho Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening.
The case of
was on at tho
Watson vs. Watson
Supremo Court this
Mn. Lewis J. Lovoy has an under
writers' sale at his sales rooms to
morrow at 10 o'clock.
Mil. Lewis J. Levey has horses for
sale, broken to saddle and harness.
See particulars in advertisement.
Mn. J. Ascli has lost his First As
sistant Engineer's badge and will be
greatly obliged to any person return
tlio same to him.
Majou W. H. Cornwcll's raco horso
Hancock ran a mile, ut Kapiolani
Park, yesterday afternoon, in 1 min
ute 45 seconds.
Mn, E. D. Preston and Mr. W. A.
Wall left by the steamer W. G. Hall
this morning, on a surveying expedi
tion to Kona, Hawaii.
Mn. E. C. Atkinson, of California,
and Mrs. Atkinson, along with several
other guests, were entertained at
breakfast yesterday morning, by tho
King, at Iolani Palace.
, Mn. Frank Higgins has circulated
a 1,000 dodger to-day, announcing a
good combination show, to como off
at tho tent, Fort street, to-night.
The steamer Ivy Holmes will run
to Waianao and Waialua, under com
mand of Capt. Chas. Dudoit noxt
week, and will probably make regular
trips to thoso ports.
The fourth Bcmi-tvnnual target
practico of tho Hawaiian Kiflo Asso
ciation is fixed for tho 4th July. Tho
nroeiammo of events
and pmes is
published in to-day's issue.
The members of tho Strangers'
Friend Society will meet at the resi
dence of Mrs.S.M. Damon on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock". This is tho an
nual meeting and a full attendance
is particularly desired.
Mn. Dowsett oners for salo a lot of
land on King street, nearly opposito
tho Chinese Club Houso and udjoin
ing.tho land on which tho old Station
Houso stood. Thirf is a central loca
tion for business purposes.
At tho meeting of tho Pacific Hoeo
Co. last ovoning, Mr. C. W. Zeigler
was delegated to tho Board of Repre
sentatives of tho Honolulu Firo De
partment. No other business of pub
lic interest was transacted.
Twenty-four heifers and ono bull
wore shipped on tho steamer W. G.
Hall this morning, by Mr. J. I.
Dowsett, for Kapapala ranch at Kona,
Hawaii. Twenty-four more heifers
will bo shinned by the next trip of
tho Hall, for tho samo ranch.
The steamer Ewa will tako passen
gers to and from tho picnic at Ka
piolani Park, in celebration of Queen
Victoria's Jubilee, Juno 20th. Tickets
can bo proem cd of Mr. Lewis J.
Levey, at his ollice, corner of Queen
nnd Fort streets. It should bo under
stood that tho passago is free, and
tho tickets given awuy, not bold.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho W. C. T. U. will bo held on
Thursday afternoon, in tho parlors
of the Y. M. C. A. Hall. Business
of special importance is to come be
fore the society and all the members
are requested to bo present.
M. A. II. Gheene,
SALE OF RACE HORSES.
The auction sale this morning of
the race horses, Hancock and Col.
Gift, belonging to Mojor W. II.
Cornwcll, was not very exciting.
Hancock was started, at $400 aud
knocked down to Mr. E. R. Miles
for $G00. Col. Gift was started at
8200 and sold to Major Sam. Parker
for 8 200. Tho bidding was spiritless.
-i,VU t )vU W..y
TlicA-(('.K's: ". II
mi ioinil olllueis of tho
llillcs liue been taken
Oihcera' Juekev Club "
Wlio look lue.il., and how much
tire liny out t Lucky M ov? !
R. F. Dil indium of Ilonnln'u,
Suii'Uv ic-li MmmIs, who id doing a
h tidwure liiiiiiii'ss Ihu o. wusu S est
Bicns ei (.Alius ) buy. lie wi lit lo
sin, nnd while Ins eii.ip Iny tit iinehui
ut Honolulu, twiuty-tuo te:us ago,
his leg wns broken, timl lie did n t
go uwuy with h'-r. lie induing on
tho island, ho became a uleik in it
hardware store, married a native,
and soon, with another young man
bo says a Capo Cod paper bought
out his old employer. San Fran
DEATH OF MISS T0LER.
The death of Miss Lena Toler in
San Leandro rudely breaks the ties
of affection. Tho young ludy was
endeared to all bo knew her.
Having lived in San Leandro all her
life, she was known to ninny, and
site wu9 known hut to be estccmt d.
For scvciul months she was a suffer
er from sickness, which apparently
resulted from a severe cold. In
spite of the most tender caie nnd
skillful medical treatment, she
wasted away until death ended her
trials. The f unci nl services will
take place to-morrow at the Roman
Catholic Church. San Leandio, ami
the body will be intcircd in the
family plot in the Oakland cemetery.
Oakland Daily Evening Tiibune,
THE U. S. S. ADAMS.
The United States man-of-war
Adams, Louis, Kempff, Cuiiiinander
U. S. N., (oniumnding, nrriviil this
morning from Acapulco, ua Illlo,
Hawaii. The Adams is a woodcu
vessel, hark riicd; 185 feet in
length, 35 feet beam, lOj feel draft
aft, and 14 feet C inches forward,
she is a screw steamer of C15 tons
bin den, 1,375 tons displacement,
and 930 horse power. !ahe carries
G guns ami a crew of 182 men. The
Adams left Acapulco, May loth,
and arrived at Ililo, Hawaii, on
June 12th, after n pleasant passage.
She remained at Ililo for 13 hours,
when she headed for Honolulu, with
a moderate northeasterly wind. The
Adams was built in Boston in 1874;
was commissioned at Mare Inland,
California, on November 2nd, 1885,
and is a 3rd-rate warship. On the
23rd of May, while on the way from
Acapulca to Ililo, an ordinary sea
man, Richard Williams by name,
born at New Yoik in 1850, died of
pneumonia, after an illness of two
clays, and was bin ied at sea. Only
two vessels were sighted during the
passage, one on the west coast and
the oilier just before reaching these
islands. Tho Adams' stay here is
indefinite, and her next place of
visit is not yet known. Following
is a list of the olIlcer3 of the vessel :
Commando Louis Kempff.
Chief Enginecr-E. J. Whitakcr.
Assistant Engineers Chas. W.Dyson,
and Wm. L. D.urah.
Paymaster A. D. Bacho.
Lieutenants-W '. I. Moore, Walton
Goodwin, John h Pinker, aud . D.
Second Lieutenant Marines J. G.
Surgeon Henry C. Eckstein.
P. A. Surgeon A. G. Cibell.
Ensigns -Wui. L. Iimdlck and Leroy
Pay Clerk - Jamo S. Al-xander.
MateV. C. Vun Buskiik.
REV. E. C. OGGEL.
The Rev. E. C. Oggel, with Mrs.
Oggel, arrived in this country on
August 8, 1884, and commenced his
work as minister of the Bethel Union
Chuich on the 10th of the same
month, two duj'8 after his arrival,
aud has been pastor of that church
ever since. The church building
was destroyed by fire on tho 18th
April, 188G, about four) ecu months
ao. Since then, the church and
congregation have regularly worship
ped at the Lyceum, generously
given, free of clfargc, for that pur
pose, by Mr. J. T. Waterliouse. Sr.
In consequence of the propo-itinn
to unite the Bethel and Foit Street
churches and congiegations into one,
and i-o as not to be in any way an
impediment to the unio.i, Mr. Oguel
resigned the pastorale of the former
some time ago, allowing bufflcieiit
time before tho resignation should
take effect to prevent any possible
embarrassment of tho congregation.
Ho delivcied his farewell discourse
at the Lyceum last Sunday, and ex
pects to leave here for the United
States on the 5th July next, by the
steamship Australia. Ruth Mr. and
Mrs. Oggel, besides securing the
affection and confidence of their
own people, have- won for themselves
many warm friends outsido their own
persuasion, and their departure irom
the country will be thu cause
genuine and widespread regiet.
Editor. Bulletin : From a com
munication in your paper, June 4tb,
by Mr. J. O. Carter, some hnvo in
ferred that that gentleman has not
been kindly disposed towards me,
as pastor of the Bethel Union
Chinch. I hopo that no such lin
picsblott prevails to any extent. It
is true that Mr. Carter and 1 havo
not always thought alike in lines of
chuich work, but as I said last Sun
day, unity is not monotony, and I
am confident that our fiiendly rela
tions have never been seriously dis
turbed. It is hut a few days ogo,
that, needing money for some woik
wVeli I lino hen qiililly i-nnyiig
o i, Mi. I inter was tlu' II r I i r
seciiii I genii mm lo ulioni I unit
anil h geti' niii'ly iiiitl ut once gave
liiu tuo-lilths of lib' entile um
i.vedeil ui.d duublc the uumunt I
until I rm-ouunly iXpect. Of his
privato ullts to 'me 1 cannot with
propiloty speak publtely. But I
i'iiriieMl desire to iecor.1 mid em-ph.i-lztl
e I act, that dining my
ilineyears in Utile lulu, instead of
luiug my eneiiit or unkind. Air.
Cuit r has been lo me a I'cucfactui'
and n Me d. E. C. Ouor.L.
Honolulu, June 14, 1HH7.
By Rev. E. C. Oggel, Pastor of
'Bethel Union Church.
2 Corinthians 13:11.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 12, 1887.
Paul addressed his Christian
brethicu very kindly and faithfully,
nnd this be did fur I heir best in
terests and wiliaie. He closes his
iustruiilive epistle to the Corinthians
with u pilby and pathetic exhorta
tion and prayerful beiieilieiluii.
My friends, I have fur neailv
three . years addres-ed yuti in the
name of Jesus Chri.it, my .Muster,
eudoavoiing to instruct you mid
build you up, that ynu might be
come strong in the Lord mid a
power In the community. If I
know .my own heart 1 have ever
wished you well, aud I hope to con
tinue to pray for the welfare of you
all. We h-ive t-poken and listened,
sung and prayed ; we have met and
The word Farewell" is a short
piajer. To ue It was customary
among the early Christians when
they paited for asiaou. Should
we never meet again on eaith, after
I leave the isl.tmls, may there be for
all of us a reunion in the heavenly
We have for the space of three
yeais exchanged greetings and wor
shipped together. As a gem ral
thing men know what it U lo fare
well in soc al life, at the table and
us recipients of a generous hospita
lity. To-day, my w ih and prayer
in behalf of you all is, that you may
iaiewcll here nnd hereafter.
There is no reason why you should
not faiewell. The Creator has made
all things good and benutiful. All
things are adapted to man's useful
iiess aud happiness. And all, old
and yoUng, may be useful and
happy. 1 think that person i
foulish, who turns God's jjif is and
noble opportunities into a curse
and who goes through life without
truo prosperity. If anyone says.
"My way lies through the desert,"
I answer: That is nothing. God
has quails, manna and Eliius left.
'I he way to the light often conducts
through "the valley of the shadow."
In David's case the way to the
throne lay through the sbeepfold,
the laud of exil and the cave of
Adullam. The things available for
1 God'sPiovidences. Now these
are wonderful ; they are perfect and
sublime. And lememher, all oc
currences, and all sufferings are
adapted and wot king for your good.
Midnight is succeeded by the morn
ing aud noontide. Not for a nm
meut ought any Christian to be
either unhappy or ungrateful. It
auyouo does not farewell he has
only him.-elf to blame. Aud you
need not know or nsk nl out the
futuie; a thorny or a fionciy path
maybe befoiu you; neither dread
the one, nor seek the other. Only
desire and aim to be where Clui-t
"My heart is fixed, eternal God
Fixed on Thee;
And my eternal choice is made,
Christ for me."
2 You presumably all have
Bibles. If anyone has none, theie
is no excu-e. The Hawaiian Board
have passed a resolution, to put, if
possible, a Bible in the hands of
eveiy person of whatever nationality
on these islands. Of this hook it i
said, that it has been given "by
iuspiialion of God, and that it is
prolitulile lor doctrine, for it-proof,
for correction, lor instiuction in
righteousness," that every man and
woman may bo "perfect" in char
acter aud 'thoroughly furnUhcil
unto all good works." So, I ask,
if you do uot farewell, what is ,our
excuse, your plea? Are you suc
cessful, satisfied, happy? Do not
place your Bible on the same shelf
wiili Josephus, Livy and other his
toiians. lis teachings aie higher
than Plato's, lis miracles greater
than thu prodigies of Rome.
3 Available -for you are God's
Beloved Son, Jesus, and the Holy
Spirit and every possible provision
for your salvation, giowth, ami ulti
mate lipeness for the kingdom
above. Today, arc you heiis of
God? Arc there still any who have
not yel responded to the Divine in
vitation, "Givo me thine heart?"
Friends, I believe that I may say
with Paul, "Remember that by tho
space of three years I hao' not
ceased to warn you."
4 You have the best, God-given
oppoitunitics for usefulness in the
Master's vineyard. You have it in
your power to augment your happi
ness here aim hereafter, ion may
all bo Gleaners and your gulden
sheaves ho made up of those re
claimed from intemperance; of Ha
wailatis, Chinese, Japanese, aud
J'ortiiguc.0. From nil imtlonaliltoi
you mii.t gailnr the u In and make
up y tit oiUi i'Hiwii Ipr the futiuc. I
On 1 tn t Itioiiuliilii-tup of prl ilene J
i ii i
do uot full lo act well unit pall
Jv'iu Christ, our Lord might have
trun-formd his eio-s into tintestiuet
ible marble, but He has left Ills
fame iu our hands and since the diy
of His iceusiou lie has had no
other wltue-se- than His professed
lollortcis. O, woik while the day
la-ts. Love I- nt low wnter mail; if
you mcil lunch iiigiuir. Theie
hutild I e ii.oielluin the simple In ar
llig ol the gospel, il ou only hear,
your vine will piodiice no giupes;
your fig tree no It nit.
2 How you may farcwi II. Let
me say that we are not mere ma
chines, but free, moial, responsible
agents. Every human being is an
active architect in the formation of
his own character. It is not God's
woik, but yours to repent of sin,
accept Christ and live in obedience
id the laws of Nature aud the pre
cepts of Religion. You must do
this for jourself. No other person
can act lor you. Intemperance,
lust, malice, stiife, fulseho d and
i-hiudcr areaugeneintion I viper,"
libs in llieoiniii.cn. Sin alwny
iccoils on (lie tiaiisn ior liken gun
that kiiks. Sin n acts and iccoils.
Fillnw -chnsi iun-, wli fn m ill'
feicut Evangelical Lhu ci s in other
lands I. ne gull eied with me under
the Union banner of this Chinch.
In iho.wordi of Paul's valedictory
salutation and advice would say :
1 Be perfect. Sliive after com
plete holiness of chuiacter. Bui
nuliiie-s is not austerity, harduess
of in. inner, a long face, a solemn
tone and as imed tauctiiy. On tin
other hand holiness is u d iff en nl
thing froma keen appreciation of the
sublime in Naluiu; different fiom u
letlned taste whereby sins ilscoaiser
forms is ieiugiiuul. It will be well
lo lemember that M'tiiiinuit is not
faith mid dtlicute leflnemcnl is not
practical holiness. Be perfect! Lit.
eveiy Chiistiau grace and virtue ad
vance towards maturity. If any
defects leuiaiu, fil tin m up. Eo
aspire ami labor after higher attain
ments. The things that aie amiss
in you reform aud rcc ify. If you
have declined iu reli-.iou, recover
the ground ou have lost and lestore
what is decaying. Strengthen the
lliiuus that remain. Receive all the
spiritual good you can from what
ever faource it may be obtained. To
my young friemis. who have pro
fessed Christ during my ministry here
1 would say, Always lemain loyal lo
your vows and to your Cluistian
profession. Having put your hand
to the plough, do not look back but
foiwaul, and let your lives be full of
usefulness fur the Lord who has
loved and redeemed you.
2 "Be of good comfort." Take
coinage and rejoice in the Lord al
ways. I However mysterious nnd in
explicable things nay appear, t e
God of heaven is. the Gd o. ns
people, of this Church, of the Ha
waiian Kingdom and of all the earth.
The ncver-faliliig love, the gieai
aud precious promi-cs and the faith
ful, piowdcniial care of the Shep
herd and Bishop of your souls arc
yours always! So you shall not
3 "Be of ono mind." Unitv of
sentiment iu every matter cannot be
expected. Diffeient piople need
diflerent glasses to read by. So iu
the pii'tenl stale we cammi all look,
.it mutters that come befoie us, iu
i lie same atmosphere, the same ills
tance. iu the t-aine perspective and
under the same color, nnd unity is
not monotony, 'lime is no mono-
ony in the Divine kingdom. The
deepest meaning is union with
Christ identification will Chri-t in
spui , iu purpose and in labor. The
riiihtcsl slur is the one nearest the
sun. The best Chiisiiuu is the one
who lives nt artt bis L id. LUing
near ihc throi e lher can be no di
.oynlty. The i est men have u en
"of one mind." and this oneu'
has been divcr-iiy, rule I b sub
stantial unity of thought and pur
pose. e may all be one iu heurt,
one in affection ami attend unilcdi
to one grcHt com cm : To win souls
for Christ's everlasting kingdom. I
think all Christians of whatever
name arc agreed in that, and Ihc
nearer we are to Christ the more we
shall be of one mind. Says Dr.
Paiker of Loudon: "The moment
wc lo-e hold, ho to say, of Christ's
hand, wc uie the prey of the foe,
wc are lost; we arc like planets,
loosed fiom their centers; wc
plunge where we ought to shine; we
ditrh against other parts of lhu uni
verse where we ought to revolve in
silent ih I hm aro md the govern
ing flame. Men become controver
sial when they become iimpirltual.
When men cease to pray, they be
gin lo argue an I to light. How
wmderful il is that men are usually
one in piaycr! but the moment they
rise from their knees nnd begin to
state their opinions, the Church be
comes a b.ittle. Therefore "pray
4 "Love one another. M A sol
dier becomesabettcrsoldicr nnd moic
soldlcr-like ihioiigh intercom se with
his comrades. Give aud take the
liberty of doing your own thinking 1
On'y one is your Master, even
Chi ist. Do not make a perfect uni
formity of opinion the test or ground
of your charity. Have fervent
charity among yourselves; the char
ity that Miffereth long and is
kind ; that envieth uot ; thnt is not
easily provoked ; that thlnkcth no
evil; that beurcth all things, be
liovcth all things, hopetli all things,
endureth all things." ' This is the
tiuo'Chribtlnn teni or. It Is the
mind that was' In Christ Jeus. By
tlit hIihII al men know that yo arc
UnlslN d iciplci "If yu lovu o u
anullicr." Liud" Is Love. May
the Aluiiglity staiii) Hit image upon
....... ,...i ......i
oitr souU luicvcrl
0. L ve In i cacc. Be of n
peucvable temper and practice.
Auger and ill-will spicad likw u tire.
JDllfereme of opinion may stiiko the
spark that shah bust imo a Dame.
be piticitt'und foi bearing; not
hliiMcriugund quick lo resent. Be
meek uni humnie; not Indolent, iiu
pi i tuusiind o ei beai lug Bet ieldiug
ami do tint usiup thu luoviuce of
universal dictator. If possible, as
much us lieth In you, live peai eably
with nil men. Ii all this is put into
practice the promise is: "Aud lhu
Go. I of Lose mid Peace t-hu.l be
wilii 3011." hat a beautiful name:
Tho God of Love and of Peace.
Job Inquires, "When He glvith
quietness who then can make
lioublu?" The heurt of man pants
after peace and when God gUes it
110 mail 1 tin 10b us of the treasure.
A day shall dawn wlnn all human
strife shall be hushed, when there
shall not be lelt a beast of prey, a
vci.ouious icpiilu or a combative
man; when the gie.it sirlle-mukir
sh ill be ch'iind aud ubi.ut evir,
saintly b ow i-l). Ii be entwined the
Liuul, whit Ii shall be the token of
victory nnd the pUdge of eternal
Fi lends; old, middle-aged and
young, fmew. Ill It tills uiyluait
witn gladness, to think that God
lliuistlf has undertaken the welfare
ot His people. All things are yours ;
and ye are Christ's aud Christ is
God s. Whin I lliii.k of I In it e who
Ihioiigh my instrumentality, have
neeii led lu rec. ive the Hist and
clfecluul impiessious of the glory of
Lhiist's pei son nnd their nc. dof
llini I rejoice. It has certainly
oeeu wortli my coming to thee
islunds to direct those souls to
Christ for whom it has pleased my
Master lo employ my services. In
miuistenug to this church -these
ihieeyeais I have not consciously
kept buck anything that was liktly
to be prolnable to you. During
my college course 1 heard a famous
phssietuu gie the students, of the
college of physicians and surgeons
iu New York, theories us 10 Ihc
causes of disease aud the action ol
niediciuc-i ; but 1 imagine, that
wheu an epidemic raged hu did not
lecture to his patients, but applied
the remedy. Iu my public minis
trations I have faithfully endeavored
to announce what God has revealed
and what I deemed essential for you
to know and pi act ice, beseeching
everyone under my hearing, in the
name of Christ, to be jecouciled
I once more recommend to all
that goutiness which is profitable
for this life aud for that which is to
come. I recommend to the young
pure thoughts, which uie as silent
dews, gentle sunbeams that gild the
life, mountain-streamlets thai pro
duce aud feed the river of daily
life. 1 recommend to all holiness
ofheaitand life, tamest, consum
ing endeavor in behalf of Christ and
His kingdom. A mere creed is an
uutasied feast; a living faith is
fruit plucked aud eaieu; a conse
crated life is a hiightor sun beam
ing on your pal li way than a worldly
foituue could ever place in your
sky. A consecrated life is a living,
tnealhiny, t-pc.ikiiig gospel. 11 is
the trumpet of revelation. It is
ihc voice of God. Befoie my de
puriuiu tn Maui and later to my
home in America, I adopt, as ex
ploring thu feelings of u.y own
lieait. ih sc words of Henry Ward
ileicher, "Though I have many
thiimr. lo be tliKiikful tor, I am iinue
thankful t God lor this than for
anything el-e, that my heait is n t
1 intntteiel. that my fetlings are
not huh td, and that 1 am not iu
my way whatsoever turned auain-t
any human being. 1 have not to
wmd any human being any bitter
ness, and there is uot the In inn that
lives whom I know, that 1 would
not be more willing to seive than to
91 1 ike. And I bear witness that thi
-pint is conliary to my natural ten
dency. 1 bear witness that it comes
fiom the criuilicd One. I bear wit
ness that it is bi cause I h-ive been
vith Jesus Chi ist and studied the
disposition of Cluist and because it
is the sovereign ambition of my lift
to be a munly fe'Iow, and my idea
of manliness is that of beiuu u man
iu Christ Jesus." Friends, I re
commend to you all .Testis hiit
and the Christian religion. An Imlian
carried his canoe 011 the laud aiul it
cariied him on the water. Carry
your religion with you nnd it will
carry you through the woik of life,
nci'oss the river and through the
opem-d gntes into the inheritance of
a resplendent city, of nobler scenes
aud higher occupations. Farewell.
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
Will CHrrv P s'enac a to ami from tl o
Picnio Ground ut Kapio mil Park on
lhu occasion of thu Queen's Jubilio en
Monflay, June 201b, 1887.
PC'rin desiring t't tuko nilv n a of
fil n. o ns o' toineyi uco cup h vo
t ckeis firo of cliiiigounJ nil n f uma
tl ii on ii rp Icntlou 10
LKWIS J. TiKTRY,
Mrtsnnln U u dli g,
59 Com r P t n I Quicii . t,
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING
X U lL'(,j.O it m lllU UAtiV ULLLi.Tl.N
sur. mt "Ewa"
By tho steamer Australia, f havo rcftoivotl direct from
Europe, a large, assortment of thu
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bad rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroidjiies, Laecs and other
new goods too numerous tp muntiou.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
fcSiLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
!No trouble to show jroods.
S. EHRLICH, 63
O't (0 p ! W.O
Geut's, Youth's anil Buj's
flats, Cap3, Furnishing Gcods, Trunks and Valises.
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Whoat.
Also, Highland Scotch Relied Oats !
Ai5 an entirely new prepirulioi if lcit an I Out., b inter (o'tcil tiy Steam nnd
o ily rqu r nr it t-li rl lino ti pnpito iliun fnrilio lubli.
QT The mo.i i u'rli o i fi n I knowr.-Da
Also, Gerinca, Gem, Graham Flour, Smokt tl Salmon,
Smnl.cl lln'iliui. HnniH B.i on, Clioli i D te, 1 ruin , Nut , Itu slits,
Xeu Z 1 mil, O 11 o 1 1 , ami I . ii d i'o o , A .
AIo, li no ii O i n, fxnolliit
CIia.!. IIuKCaiee, -
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully inform1 the puUic Hint from thi day on lie is fully prepared
lo leceive orcUrs for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil eases the fullest satisfaction, a gicn in former
years, n t only adroail, but also in
back us far us the 3 car
In TTono'ulu, having catcn-d on nil stuti- occasons, ns nlt-o for select pnr
ticsgiv. 11 by l heir hue Majesties Knmchaiiich.-i JV, Kaniilinincliii V, and
Luuulilo, and havimr thu honor of siipi lying the pic-cnt royal household
with the delicacies produced in my cMuiilishmeiit; having over foity years'
practical experience iu this line of busiuetis.
Practical Coarertioticr. PaMtrj- Coo'i an I Ornnmtjutei liCHonatnlu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74 ( 3m) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of ,
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
TVi' 3n,le ,t HpiiHoiitiIle
1392 . W MOLES ALE
to the Ladies.
and 65 Fort Street,
tri'ln .V C '.)
Fine Custom Made Mm
f.ii' chick tn fee I, To
s.l i by
Kin;- !S root.
lloiiolii.u. Having refeioncej dntinir
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