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WEDlSDAY, JUNE 15, 1887.
Schr Mnnuoknwalfrom Knolnu
Schr Rainbow from Kooluu
Schr Knullltm from Knnnt
Hehr Uutcrlnii from llnnnlcl
Bclir Joscphlno from Ewa
Stmr Jns .uukta from Kuual
Stmr l.ilauca Hou for Hamakua at 5
Ilk O V Peterson for Snn Fraujjlsco
Stmr IwManl for Labalna and Hama
kua at 8 a m
Bktne Geo 0 Perkins for San Francisco
Schr Canute for Kuau
Bgtno Geo 0 Pcrklni for Port Townseud
Strar Jas Makeo for Knpaa at G p m
Schr Mary Foster for Nawlllwlli
Schr Nottlo Merrill for Kono
Bk Scottish Lassie for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORflOW.
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
gchr Josephine for Ewa
For Kauai, ncr stmr Mlkahala, June
14 G D Frcctli, 0 N Spencer, Miss
EHanalko, Miss V Lima, Miss L Alu
pal, Miss Kane, Geo Mtindou, Mrs A S
VVllcox. Hon P lscnberg, OX Wilcox.
E A Blelcnhcrg, Mm j S McGrew and
2 children, E W Purvis, J II Smith, and
about 80 deck.
For Maul, per stinr Likcllke, June
14 Miss Georgians Williams, Miss J
Ilanuna, Major W II Coruwell, C K
Demptcr, n Emanuel. R Spreckcls, Sir
A Gooch, Mrs Morrison, Mr Maurcr
and wife, Mrs Butcher, Itev E 0 Ognel
and wife, K Meyers, W ltohinson, J
D Marllu, S Both, G E Whitney and
daughter, F S Dodgo add wife, Mrs
Hams and daughter, J P Cook, M Ban
ning, Miss Willis, Miss Beaver, Miss
Tucker. U S Wright, F 11 Xowton, W F
Ellis, Mrs Wright, T J Crowley and
wife, A. E Hlggins and wife, Mr Hedges,
G K Wilder, 3 Willis, J V do Lavuagc,
and about 90 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Josephine 200 pkgs paddy
Kaulilua 488 bags of sugar
Tho hkino Geo O Perkins sailed to
day for Port Townsend in ballast.
The Mary Wlnkt lnian has decided to
wait for sugar and will load of ler the
hark O O Wlijtmore.
The Morning Star is taking in lumber
for tho South Sea Islands.
The schooner Kawullanl Is receiving
a new mast.
Tho schooner Canute Is to havo a
largo load of genera1 merchandise for
Kuau this afternoon.
The bktno Modoc is supposed to bo
on tho way here from Port Townseud
Tho Discovery will sail for Port
Townsend on Saturday morning.
The Consuclo is duo here.
The Scottish Lasslo galled for Fan
Francisco this afternoon with 21,352
bogs of sugar, and 820 bags of r)ce.
Weight 2,400,088 lbs; valued $09,
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Tlmour, Johnson
Bk O O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish "Lassie, Singer
Bk Gulllcrmo, Saudmann
Bk Peterson, Sunut
Bk OB Kinney, Dahjor
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk Don Carlos, Jacobson
Bktno Hkngcr, Robinson
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktne Planter, W It Perrlman
Bktno Mary Winkelman, Blake
Bktno Discovery, Leo
Bgtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
LQCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thu crew of tho Adams will rcceivo
liberty on Saturday.
Mr. Lowis J.
ealo will be on
Lovoy's regular cash
Friday, at 10 o'clock
The V. C. T. U. will meet at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall to-morrow after
Mr. Emanuel Lowis, was intro
duced to His Majesty at tho Palace
this morning, by Marshal Kaulukou.
Ewht oil paintings by Mrs, M.
Gilliu, on view at King Bros', Hotel
street, aro exciting considerable in
terest. Messrs. P. C. Jones and S. B. Dolo
paid a visit to tho U, S. S. Adams
this morning. They woio received
O-i board with duo honors,
There aro prospects of a target
shooting contest, between tho teams
from tho warship Adams and. tho
Hawaiian Riflo Association, at an
To-morrow aftornoon at 4 o'clock
is tho timo for tho annual meeting of
tho Strangers' Friond Socioty, at tho
residence of Mrs. Damon, Chaplain
lano. A full attendance is desired.
Harry Maynard, his wifo, his
wife's sister and another lady, aro
pxpected hero by tho next stoamer
from San Francisco. Thoy will ex
hibit thoir specialties probably at tho
tent, Fort street.
The bark Guillormo will bo sold
at auction, by Messrs. E. P. Adams &
Co., next Friday, at tho Inter-Island
Steamship Company's wharf. A
donkey engino and a lot of provisions
will bo disposed of at tho same timo.
The police forco having boon suc
cessfully drilled with inijekots, by a
florgcant of tho Household Guurds,
dumbbells have now been substituted,
and vigorous exorciso will bo em
ployed to reduce tho surplus fat of
tho polico forco.
On Monday afternoon, a Chinaman
was caught by tho prison luna Kolii,
giving opium pills, about tho size of
a pigeon's egg, to tho Ohineso prison
ers. Tho luna tied a ropo around
tho Chinaman and hauled him to tho
Tub iitleiidiineo nt tho combina
tion aliow hut evening was not Wj?e.
TMS usual service will on lrnld ut
the churches this evening.
There "will be prayer meeting at
tho Lyceum this evening, lead by
Itev. S. E. Bishop.
Another underwriter's sale to
morrow morning by Mr. Luwis J.
The Cuetom House boys wero busy
stamping nnd labelling tins of opium
Col. Spaulding's race horses will
bo taken homo to Keuliu, Kauai, by
tho bteamer Jus. Mukee this afternoon.
The three-masted schooner K Au
Hou lias been away bIx weeks, on
her searching expedition, after tho
schooner Gen. Siegcl.
The schooner Jennie Walker is ex
pected here in a day or two, on her
way from San Francisco to Fanning
Tiierb was no mooting of the G.
A. R. last evening, on account of tho
key breaking in tho lock of the hall
door, and thus preventing Its being
There is considerable talent,
among tho sailors on board the
Adams, in a musical line, but no
organized minstrel company, as re
ported. Paia and llamakuapoko mills
(Kuau), will finish grinding, for the
season, about June 30th. Tho out
put of sugar by tho above mills, this
season, lias been exceptionally large.
A runaway horso and brake played
high, low, Jack and the mischief on
King street this morning. Every
timo tho native fruit dealer on Mc
Intyro's corner would shout "change
cars," the horso would overturn the
brako nnd danco tho highland kick.
The Hawaiian bark Lilian, former
ly tho Star of Devon, is on tho way
hero from Hongkong. While at
Hongkong tho Lilian was thorough
ly rc-caulked and re-coppored. Sho
was also rc-elasscd. On her urrival
hero sho will bo put in readiness for
a trip to the South Sea Islands.
Jim Champion is locked up in tho
Station House for thumping tho
second mate of tho Mary Winkelman
tho other night. Champion has been
denied bail, and will be kept in cus
tody until the hospital doctors cer
tify to tho cfl'ect that tho mutilated
sailor is beyond danger of dying
from tho wound received.
Tho St. Louis College Band, ac
companied by a number of tho
boarders in uniform of the institu
tion, serenaded the Rev. Father
Modeste on his 77th birthday, last
evening, at the Catholic mission
premises. The reverend gentleman
was completely surprised by the
visit. The' band ' played several
selections very sweetly.
A FALL FROM GRACE.
Engineer J. O. Messor of the
Philadelphia Brewery, on Second
and Folsom streets, was very much
surprised at seeing a stranger walk
into tho brewery yard and coolly
walk off with a horse blanket. Mos
scr informed Stabjeman Batchclor
of the occurrence and the latter
followed the thief up Third street
aud saw him enter several saloons
and endeavor to dispose of the pil
fered property. At tho corner of
Market and Third streets Batchelor
reported the matter to Ofllcer James
O'Connor, who promptly arrested
the thief and charged him at the
Southern Station with petty larceny.
Ho gave tho name of Crls Miller.
fS. F. Chronicle, May 27.
111,1 W WIWTggBJB
A QUESTION IN COURT.
In the Police Court this morning
a somewhat interesting scene oc
curred, upon tho question of com
mitting an aged Hawaiian to the
asylum, for insanity. Two medical
gentlemen gave their opinions,
which, as usual in that profession,
were diametrically opposed to each
other. While one of the medicos
was putting tho other through a
"quiz" as to the soundness of tho
theory advanced, and when the
audience were in the full enjoy
ment of the scene, tho alleged In
sane party "put in hjs oar" In a
vigorous, hut incoherent mannor, to
tho general amusement, lie was
promptly suppressed, however, as
it was evident ho knew no more of
the matter than did the contending
BIBLE SCHOOL AND CONFERENCE.
Yesterday most of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Pastors gathered in
Queen Emma Hall for special bible
study. Tho Epistle to tho Galatians
was tho book studied yesterday
morning. This morning the first
Epistlo of Peter was taken up, bo as
to get thoso broad and general views
of Christian truth, which will kill
out tho spirit of narrowness nnd
pettiness, from which all Christina
believers should bo free, In the
afternoons, similar topics are taken
up in their application to religious
experience fulth, the root of Chris
tian llfo, Its dpvelopment through
Christian hope, its fruit in Christian
love; Such gatherings of Christian
peopio for tho study of God's word,
and for tho development of Chris
tian life, are quite common now in
England and tho United States. This
is the second year such n bible
school and conference has been held
for tho benefit of the Hawallaos,
THE NORTH PACIFIC MISSIONARY
The annual examination was held
in Kautnukuplll church last Filday
morning. Jewish Ht-tory, Biblical
Antiquities. Suunnniiesof the llnoks
of the New Testament, Pastoral
Duties, were the siitiji'il? on which
thu slii(lent9 were t-xiinitnecl. The
exaniiiinton sliowitl gi cater prompt
ness than In previous year.-, niul In
creasing ability for terse, condensed
thought. Thu anniversary exercises
were also held in Kaumnkiipill
church, which was crowded lull,
while e:igcr faces were &cen outside
at nil Iho opened windows. The
addresses wero biief, nnd the lust
ono delivered in thoso tones nnd
utterances that movo as nothing else
can, tho Hawniians' hearts. Tho
singing was very lino, and the
accompaniment by four saxophones
from tho military band, set off to
fine advantage tho sweet strong
voices of tho students on the various
parts, as they sang witli softness
and delicaoy of tone the hymns that
had been prepared for the occasion.
The closing session of this annual
meeting was held last Monday after
noon. Friday afternoon there was
a long discussion on pastors' salaries.
A proposition was made, but found
no favor whatever,, to mane ttio Ha
waiian Board tho responsible author
ity in church finances and manage
ment, just as tho Board of Educa
tion has tho solo charge of teachers
and schools. Some of tho unlive
pastors seem to have been deluded
into tho belief that church work
would be done moro successfully
and agreeably, if them was more
centralization, and if larger powers
were given to a few otlicials, who
should control and manago tho whole
organization. But the good sense
of tho majority was against this im
practicable notion of a few visionary
Tho whole of tho Monday mqrn
mg session was given to devotional
services, and it was very evident
that ambition for places of honor, or
greed of earthly gain, wero motives
of little influence. The absorbing
desire seemed to bo for better fit
ness for tho work of saving souls
and for greater results in better lives
and fuller churches.
The first hourMonday afternoon
was mainly devoted to routine work
in reading tho minutes, providing for
publication, etc. One important
measure was the vote in favor of a
resident committee at Kalawao and
Kakaako to look after the welfare of
the lepers on Molokal and in the
Branch Hospital. The Hawaiian
pastor at the Leper Settlement has
become almost totally blind, and the
preacher at Kakaako died last year.
One third of the burials may per
haps be under the direction of the
Catholic priest, but the great num
ber are laid in their graves without
any religious rites whatever, while
fully one half pf the lepers aro con
nected with the Hawaiian Evangelical
By invitation of the Trustees of
the Kamehamcha school, after the
adjournment Monday afternoon, the
pastors and delegates visited the
school premises at Kalihi. Busses
and hacks were provided at the ex
pense of the Trustees. Great satis
faction was expressed with the ap
pearnce of the school and many
applicatjops made for admission.
The question of consolidating the
BetbtA. Union and Fort-street
Churches came before the fiist
named church last evening, and was
decided in favor of consolidation,
under the rules of the church.
Section 2, Rule 6 All mombers
of tho church, in regular standing
and qualified under the constitution,
shall be entitled to vote on all ques
tions affecting the interests of the
Rule 7 A majority of votes cast
shall decide all questions, except In
reference to alterations and amend
ments of rules, confession and cove
nant, which shall require two-third
of the votes cast,
The vote was as follows i ?
Mrs, S. J, Andrews. M, Angus,
Mrs, Angus, Capt, V. Bubcook,
Rev. S. E. BUhop.Mrs, S. E. Bishop,
Dr. Jas. Iirodle, Mrs, Jas, Brodie,
Mrs, M , Brown, Miss L. Campbell,
J. O. Carter, Mrs. J, O. Carter,
Miss M. Carter, Us , ('inter.
John Cassldy, Mrs. E. M. Colburn,
Mrs. .1. M', Damon. Hon. t. M. Damon,
vis. 8, M. Pauion,E. O. Pnnion,
Mrs. E. (,'. Damon, B, V, PUliugham,
Mrs. Idllingliam, Il,Dmond,
.Niis, J. Ebcilmrdt, Mrs. T. it. Foster,
Mrs. It. Giluvo. It. J. Green.
Mrs, It, J, Green, Mrs, K, Graham.
W. E. Derrick,
G. C. Lees,
Mrs. A. Rosa,
P. J. Helm,
MU3 Dt UiMebrand,
It. A. Parmalco,
Mrs. F Pierce,
J. V. Hobertson,
Mrs. Jon. c haw,
Mfss It. Thompson,
Mrs. 1I.M. WbUney.Mra, Q, Weit,
Mrs, L, O, Abos, L, Adler,
Mis. E. Bickuell, 11. L. Blanchmd,
rs, Blanch ird, Mr. J. II. Flcjier,
W. A, Kinney, 1$. W, Langley,
Mrs, Lungloy, Robt. Lowers,
Mrs. Robt. Lowcrs,Mis. F, Lovo,
Miss Alice Love, J. Magoou,
Ail's E. R. Oat, Mrs, K, Ollphant,
D, P. Peterson, Mrs, Peterson,
A, P. Peterson, A. L. Smith,
T. A. Thrum, Mrs. T. G. Thrum,
MlssL. Woy, H, M, Whitney,
Total ,.,.., ..,.1U.
X luuti ipuuliti pupil
A C00D SEAMAN.
The Urliiah bark Scottish Lassie
sailed for Kan Francisco this after
noon. Wun she was pif paring to
let go her lines and had just made
thu main lower topsail, and was
stretching thu leech of thu upper,
when thu starboard sheet was ob
served to he foul. One of the sea
men laid out to clear it. and In
catching hold of the sheet with his
riuht hand, it immediately parted in
the sheaf hold under Jils iumd. The
(lapping of thu sail knocked the
sailor backwards, clear off (ho yard.
He turned a complete somersault
and lauded on his buck, on tho main
lower yard. He caught thu clew
line and just lighted himself on the
lower yard when ho heard the order
to lay aloft and secure the upper
topsail sheet. Ho was on his feet
in an instant and was the first there.
Tho captain has cause to bo proud
of bis crew, as well as of the clean
liness of his vessel.
ENGLISH BLOOD RISIN7.
Editor Bulletin: If ever my
English blood got the better of my
American thinning it was on Mon
day night after rending your article
"Queen Victoria never replies." I
have caiefully watched the courso
of the Bulletin for a long time and
havo frequently i-poken of the dig
nified manner in which most matters
have been treated, but this time,
Mr. Editor, you surprised me. Why
in tho namo of all that's good have
you made comparisons between the
purest, noblest, and wisest monarch
tho world has ever seen, and and
no I wont give it a name. Hjw I
can I give any name to a tonnivcr
You certainly speak well when
you hint that King Kalakaua might
worthily follow many of the exam
ples set by the Queen of England.
For instance her great care to study
tho welfare of her kingdom and peo
ple. Her great desire always to fol
low and abide by the advice of Her
responsible ministers, never mind
what their side of politics may be ;
and above all, Her faithful adhe
rence to thn oath which she took at
her coronation fifty years ago, that
she would by thu constitution stand
which is sq dear to the hearts of
all tiue Englishmen.
You make comparisons, Mr. Edi
tor. How will these two do? Her
Majesty the Queen of England pre
senting tbo Indian Prinuo with a
Biblo as the secret of England's
greatness, and, His Majesty the
King of Hawaii confessing that a
BRIBE of 871,000 was the secret of
Hawaii's fall II
Whilo 1 am having it at you in a
very friendly kind of way, I would
like to say a word further. You
treated u-, some time ago to an ar
ticle which had for its objects nign
iij versus giwermni. You proved
probably to your own satisfaction
that thu Queen nirns pretty much
in the same sense that the President
of America may be bald lo reun
during bis four yeats of olllce. Now,
Sir, Her Majesty has ruled so wisely
and well that it is seldom that the
power possessed by thu Queen is
really seen; but once within mv
own recollection she may have been
said truly to (uuern, and the man
who used her power or rather show
ed what her power was, was W. E.
Gladstone the recognized leader of
the Liberal paity in England. He
desired to abolish the system of pin -chasing
commissions in tho army.
For that purpose, lie introduced a
bill passed the Commons but was
sent bapk by the Lprds, The mult
was the old fends between tljo Com
mons and Lords, or in other words,
tho people versun aristocracy,
What did Mr. Gladstone do in his
dilemma? Why, he simply called
into force the power which as a con
sistent Liberal ho should most
dread. The soverign will of the
Monarch. By his advice she sim
ply "wrote a very short article,
"abolishing the system of purchase
in the army," and the Lords had to
submit to Her Royal will, You
may turn on me and say she did
this by the advice of her responsible
Minister, but I say, sho, ioverned
because she exercised her sove
letgnty. With regard to nny remarks which
may appear "Tnitb," they uro on
a par with the complaints of West
End shopkeepers who would be bet
ter pleasod if tho Queen held drawing-rooms
every month, hecauso It
enhances their roilllnory bills,
June 14, 1887.
Our correspondent had better
read tho article referred to again.
He has got things crooked. Wo
drew no pompaiison. "Certain,
officials" did, and we attempted to
show its stupidity. As to the other
point about trcigning" and "gov
crning," in which Gladstone pro
vailed upon his sovereign to adopt
the couise she did, it simply sup
ports our position. Ed
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BKFOIIP JUDl), 0, 'J,
Wednesday, Juno lath,
Receiver's statement and report
In the case of Ah Lo et nl vs. Leo
Kan et nl, dated Dec. 81, 188G. and
llled Jan. 15, 1887. l'icseiit V. V.
Ashford the receiver in person,
Tho Court, after Im-pectlng tho
report, orders the anmo approved,
except that the amount of liabilities
as stated therein $853.35 should bo
820 ess, tho latter amount, being
the master's fee, Is already charged
In the $13 item of costs of Court, in
the vtaiement; thu Court states
further that on presentation of n
decreo by Mr. Ashord, oidcring
the two shareholders, Ah Lo and
Ho San, thu only available sources
of assets not exhausted, in the
Kwong Man Yuen Co., to pay the
balance of liabilities, it will Blgn thu
Professor Moritz Wagner, the dis
tinguished traveler aud ethnologist,
brother of the noted physiologist,
Professor Rudolph Wagner, has
committed suicide. Ho wus boru in
MISS CHILLBURQ RECEIV
ed by the Ausu.iila" a very tluu
aid beaut ml assortment of stylls.i mil
linery goods. Der former stock of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cos.. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 62 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
is fpieud every evening In u,e bir
ro'm. and patrons will mid ever thing
to full 'ho taste of tho most fuatldl u
i planes. 47 if
TTAv NG iccentl
,iy engaged a first,
id Moulding Maker.
XX (Lis Uillcrnntl
wi aro now fully nun -.red to manufac
ture, repair mid re nl el Hiiy kind of work
In our line. Old Minor anil Picture
Frames made o.cr a-, gi od as new, nnd
ut pricee within Hie iiach of all. The
puillc aio Inxlcil to cull and lnspi-ci
'Oino of tills work. Komember, nny
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Uolu, bronze. Copper or Metal we can
do. KINGBUOd.,AT Stoue. 17
S PERRY'S NoTf F,imllv Flour Is
otleitd for Bole bj,GOiSALVEH &
CO., Qieen Sircet. 01
Du. Flint's Heakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co., Anents. 3r4
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
WIH carry I'.iS'CtiL'C's to and from the
Picnic Grounds nt Kapioliuil Park on
ihu occasion of the Queen's Jubilee en
Miiay, June 2011, 1887.
l'ersons desiring to take advinmee of
this moms o couveance can h vc
tickets free of charge uud all infuma
ti n on application to
LEWIS J, LEVEY,
53 Conn r P.-it unci Q iccn t'.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to nmk buckets of
whin empl). For silt by
43 tm A. VV. PIERCE & CO.
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
coupled by tliu undersigned
W. C PAItKE.
A VALUABLE I'UILDINO LOT IN
llonlulu. Having a Irontaue on
gstivet of CO feet adjoining the uew
:k stores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to tho estate of the bit
ecu. enquire oi J. I. UUWBETT,
Queen sweet, Honolulu, June
A OAMHIAGE AND TWO HOKi-ES
tx. S iltubiu for expieis or family Ujc
P. ico $430. Apply at ihts olllco.
Departure Bay Coal
FOU FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Ex Bktne John Worster, for sale
In lots to suli,
.C10 Found per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
TVTR. C. BOLTEIstheiijjentofmy
ItX dclioonur "IIuua" mid "Ron
ItiY," fr.nn nnd nfter Juno 1-t, 18t7
All bills prior to tlmt due will plcupu
lie piT'eiitcd to me ut my olllce, Queen
J I D AV.-ETT.
Honolulu. Juno, 18 S7. tr.if
S3?KAYED or STOLEN.
ASCOTOll TERRIER DOG, AN
sworliig to the imiiio of "Gov
ernor," ny person found dutulnlug
said dog will bo prosi'cutcd.
CO 31 W. II. ALDRIf II.
Cottage to Kent
ND lURNlTUHE FOR SALE
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h rcct iccfiiily occupied by
G. E. UO.VRDMAN.
Fur particulars enqulic ut the Custom
House. 60 lv
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By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of the
Latest" Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY COOD3
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 Goodsr
Just received, at very low prices.
i3rLadies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
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(OppnMto W. O.
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Very Fine Line of Genf s Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
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SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully Informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for Eclcct par
ties given by their lato Majesties Karaebauicun IV, Kamchauieha V, nnd
Lunalllo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royul household
with the delicacies produced In my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Paatry Cook aud Ornamenter ln",3!onolula.
Faotory, Store and lee Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotol and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74 (no 8m) Honolulu. . I
Just Received at Holiister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOIIA, HO YT'S COLOGNE
FAEINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
U'oi.' Sale at Roniiionablo Xiieu
Irwin & Co's.)
Fine Custom Made Clothing, J
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