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MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1887.
Gtmr Klnuu irora windward port
Stmr Likcllke from Kulinlul
titmr Mlkiiliulii from Kiin.il
Selir Lcnhl from Iluniilcl
Schr Kiilntnuitit fiom IlninuKii.i
Sclir Mokuoln from Kwa
Stmr Surprise from Hawaii
Schr ' innitu from Kuan
Schr Jlllllu on Is fiom Koolau
Bk Cerustes from Llvcipool
TV G Irwiu for Ban Trunclsco
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnti
Stmr Ivv Holmes for Wnhuino
Schr Wiitehu for Wnlnlun
Stmr Kinnu for Hllo nud Way-Ports
nnd Volcano nt 4 p in
Stmr Wnlalenlo for Knunl nt5 p m
Stmr Jas Mnkco for Kopua nt i p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Likellko for Knhulul
Bohr Mlkahula for Kauai
Sohr Mokolll for Molokal
Bk 0 B Kinney for Sun Frnncl'co
Sclir Mot Wiihlnc for Hamakua
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Wnianac, Wnlnltia,
and Koolnti at 8 a m
iJtuir Surprise for Lnupnhoelioe, Hono-
mu, Unomca and Uilo
:3cur Wnllelc for Kuan
From Kauai, per steamer Jllkaliala,
.iJuno 10th Julius II Smith, Xoiman
Jlcrbert, O N Spencer, K Robinson, S
iV Malioe, U u j-reoui, .i u Dcnric, ii
lKidtcfen and wife, M A Gonsnlvein, A
Wilson, 2 Chinese uud C3 deck.
From Maui, per tteamer Llkellke,
.Time HUh A .-heppaid, C M V Foster,
Hon IV G Irwin, i apt II Reynolds, II
Hedges. S Roth, Honor Associate Jus
tice K Prerton. Jtlylit Rev Lord Blsliop
of Honolulu, Mrs T G Thrum, W O
Ashley, W J Forsyth, T Little, Mr
Cornway, Mr Kluwn, Capt Fehlbehr, 2
prlsoncis and polleo offleer, and 88
From windward ports, per steamer
'Klnau, Juno l'.lth From the Volcano :
Grand Master Atkinon. K Atkinson, Air
Dunn and wife, Mrs Bancroft, V John
s on, Mrs Green, Miss Goodhue, K J
Crow'ey, Mrs Graliam, K ' Doicr, Mis
Ba r, Mis Hudson, jlis Hiid-on, is
M Hudson. From 1 1 Ho and way ports:
S L Austin, Mrs Geo Osborne and 2
'children, O Afong, W It Castle. Colonel
W F Allen, G C Aklna, Win King-, J S
'JN'dowda, A D Hanebcrg, J Pico, II A
jIeen,KevMLetcn and wife, L Gnevc
and H deck.
For Suu Francisco, pr-r biisantlue Av
G Irwin, June lOth-K B Oat, Mrs
Captain J M Oat, Mrs K Moro and 3
children, Mrs Woodwind, R H Graham,
M Abnnns, Mrs A Lyleand J Lyons.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
,-Strar Mikahala 3,083 bags sugar,
1)828 rice, iY cauie mm ituim-a.
Schr Mol Wuhluo 1.(100 bags sugar.
Schr Ktilainaiiu-1,8 5 bags sugar.
Btmr SurprUo-4,8 5 bugs sugar.
JSchr Walaleale 1,250 bags sugar.
The bark XV W Case arrived at Knhu
lul last Saturday, 17 days fropi San
Francisco with a general cargo.
Tlio tug Eleu towed the ship llumur
to sea this morning.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk O O Whltmorc, Thompson
Hk (J U Kinney, Dahlcr
Bk Saranac, bliaw
Bk Don Carlos, Jacoh'on
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno Planter, W It Perriman
Bktne Mary Winkelinan, Blako
Bgtno W G Irwin, MoCulloch
Bgtno Consuelo, Cousins
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
'f he picnic is now on at Kapiolani
A wateii notico appears in to-day's
The leaso of premises nt Kohnla is
offered for sale.
The cloak ad vcrtised on Satuulay
as lofit, has been found.
Both the 8 nnd 10 o'clock boats
' Jor the picnic giounds wero crowded.
The Band will repeat tho Jubilee
Concort to-moirojy ovoning at tlio
. . .
The King, with a party, is cele
brating tlio Queon's Jubilee by a
picnic in Niiuanu Valley.
A koyal fiiluto was fired at 8
.o'clock this morning, and repeated
nt mid-day, in honor of t)p Jubilee.
There will bo a pyrotechnic dis
play at tho Koyal School grounds,
Emma street, at 7:!i0 o'clock this
The combination show nt tho tent,
Fort street, Saturday night, was
largely attended. Another show will
bo given to-night.
Mn. F. Horn, of tho Pioneer Cake
nd Candy Factory, supplied refresh
ments at tho Jubileo gathering at
Knpiolani i'flik to-day.
The Sunday services notifications,
iilong with other local matter, wero
omitted from Saturday's jssuo be
iMiso of uVflcionoy of space,
'J'HE musio nt tlio Jubileo band
concert, nt Emnin Squnro, Saturday
Afternoon, yvas superb, notwithstand
ing n peisislont rain that foil.
Captain Louis Keinnff, conimandcr
of tho U. S. S. Adams, was ined ut
tho Dudoit House last ovonjng, as
guest of Mr. Putnam, U. S. Consul
flenoral. Majok J. II. Wodehouso, British
Commission and Consul-aeneial, will
hold a reception, at his residence,
Emma street., between tlio hours of
J3 and 10 tlUB oyoning.
The Aniuienn wimhip Adams and
brigiiulino Cuiuuelo were profusely
decorated with Hags to-day, in hemor
of Queen Victoria's Jubilee.
At 10 o'clock to-moirow morning
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will com
mence, at their miction room, tlio
sale of an elegant lot ol jewelry.
Mrs. Guest, ono of tho Masonic
Volcnno party, by Hm last Hip of the
Kinati, was taken ill, nnd having be
come too ill to continue hor journey,
was left at the Volcano house.
TiiEtin vi)l bo no "bookkeeping
classes nt tho Y. M C. A. Hull this
evening, on account of tho Jubilee.
Members aro notilled to bo pic&ciit
to-moriov (Tuesday) evening at tho
One of the sailors of tho ship
Timour was locked up in tho Station
llouso for being disorderly, and when
tho captain called for his sailor this
morning, ho called in vain, for tho
rascal had skipped during tlio night.
Libutknant-Coloxel Asliford, Ma
jor Hubbard, Captain-Adjutant Mc
Lcod, Cnptain Unger, Captain Pratt,
nnd Lieutenants Asliford, Bishop,
Torbcrt nnd Siinonson, of tlio Hono
lulu Hides, visited tho U. S. S. Adams
The wooden building lately occu
pied by Mr. W. E. Foster, as a saddle
and harness shop, on Fort street, will
bo sold at auction, at 12 o'clock noon
to-morrow, by Messrs. E. P. Adams
it Co. The sale will be on the pic
mises. Mks. Lack has a laigo slock of
samplo goods, brought hero by Mr.
Elcinming from Sydney, for sale.
These goods can bo seen over Hayes
& McKcnzie's store, near tlio Ocea
nic Co.'s dock. Full particulars will
A social gathering and pleasant
dnnco interspciscd with string music,
singing and refreshments was held
at the Dudoit mansion, Satuulny, as
a farewell send-ofl' to Mr. J. Lyons,
who departed by the brignntine W.
G. Irwin yesterday.
At an early hour this morning,
when day was breaking fiom her
night slumbers and when all was
still as death, rapid and sharp re
ports following tlio whizzing of a
Hying bullet, clistiuiieu tlio quiet
atmosphere in the vicinity of Punch
bowl Hill. Timid people who heard
tho sounds crawled under their
pillows and trembled. No lives
were lost as far as known, but several
bullseyes wero made.
TO BE ENQUIRED INTO.
A party of young Britishers, with
a number of invited guests, cele
brated tho Queen's Jubileo by a din
ner nt the Hawaiian Hotel, Saturday
night. The party dissolved at an
early hour, between 10 and 11
o'clock, and some of their nuinbei
adjourned', by invitation, to a friend'
liouso near by, on Richurd street.
As they were about to leave there
for their rcspectivo homes, they were
interfered with by tho police, and
somo of them taken to tho Police
Station. Reports of tho particulais
aro somewhat conflicting and as the
affair is to bo enquired into at the
Police Station to-morrow morning,
by request our full report is held
A JUMP FOR LIBERTY.
As the tug Eleu was passing the
O, S. S. wharf this morning, with
tho shin Tjmour in low, a sailor of
the ship jumped pverboard. He
had but little clothes on anil was,
apparently, prepared to swim ashore.
On rising to the surface after his
jump ho made bold stiokes for land.
A few moments later the pilot boat
started after tlio ' sailor, and an ex
citing race ensued. The sailor had
almost made Allen & Robinson's
wharf, when tho pilot boat over
hauled him. One of tho boat boys
grabbed him by tho hair and the
crew, with the assistance of the
water-mnn Dap, overpowered the
sailor and placed him in irons. In
tho meanwhile the ship Timour pro
ceeded to sen where she hove to for
VICTORIA JUBILEE SERVICES.
Special services were held yester
day nt the Anglican Cathedral in
celebration of Queen Victoria's
Jubilee. In tho morning at 11:15
o'clock, at the assembling of the
second congregation, tho Rev. Geo.
Wallace preached a sermon appro
priate to the occasion, irom uuet.
XI, 12: "A land which tho Lord
thy God carcth for." About 70
men of tho Honolulu Rifles batta
lion, in uniform and under command
of Lleutcnuiit-Colonel V. V. Ash
ford, attended tho scrvipe.
In tho evening at 7:30 o'clock,
there was a union of the first and
second congregations, and a largo
attendance of" people from other
churches, In fact, tho building
was jammed full before the time to
begin service, nnd soino people had
to 8laml, and did stand, to the end,
for the want of sitting room. Tho
King was present, accompanied by
His Majesty's Cabinet Ministers,
nud Majora Hayley, Paikor, Bortel
man, and Holt.
Tho service- was interesting and
impressive. Tho prayers were read
by the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh,
and the lessons by tlip Rov. Geo.
Wallace. Tho Blsliop of Honolulu
preached tho sermon from Prov.
VIII, 15: "By mo Kings reign."
Tho singing of the surpliced choir,
and the choir of tho second congrega
tioni'ln which the audience Joined,
led by Mr. Wniy Tjiyjor with the
organ, was exceedingly good.
Several selections, cepcciiily
Adapted to the occasion, were well
'and impressively rendered.
Q'JEEN V CTOniA'S JUOIL'E.
Of England's Quceu well dug to-day,
liosu lelgu ' been pure and long,
We II slug this day her .lublleo,
In vci'ec, in piose, i , eoug.
Let's join our hands and shout with joy,
Of Biltulu's brightest star,
A Star whose bilghtuess no'er was
L'y ftieud, or foe, or war.
1 all'd to inle In tldity-rovcn,
Full of youth and beamy,
Her maiden head was eiownedwlthjoy,
Since which shuV done her duty.
Though cruel wais have tnKcti place
And tamlms i-picad utoiitid,
VU'tui la's thig h is wav'd aloft
Since the day she was ei owned.
In sixty-one her eonsoit died,
And left hi-r all alone
To i tile a mighty Empire St.ito.
A duty which she's done.
The widowed Quei'ii Is known by all.
Who toll on llritl.'h laud,
In East. In West, lu North, In South
She wields her mighty w anil.
Three scoro years and eight she's lived,
Fifty of which she's loaned.
Oh I may her teigu he fifty more,
Her banner ne'er be stained.
Let's toll the bells and heat the chums,
Tnroughout her vast domain;
Let's send across the deep blue sea
A sound that will lefraiu.
Aloha! Queen Victoria,
Our hope, our pi hie, our all,
In God we trust that he will guide
Her safe through Life's Fall.
God bless Her Itoytil Majesty,
God bles-i her honor'd reign,
God bless hiT lloynl family,
And all In her domain.
MR. FORSYTH'S TRIP.
Mr. AV. J. Forsyth returned yes
terday by the Likeliko from Maui.
Had a very agreeable trip indeed.
Mr. Dowsett'o Rose Ranch Planta
tion lias about fifty treos of Cin
chona Robustn, or Hybrid cinchona.
This tree is not a Hybrid be
tween the olllcinalis nnd Sttccirubra
as some think, but was developed in
India and Ceylon from the cinchona
sucoirubrn (suuciruhrn) seed. In
all succh libra uursoilos, tltoro was
found u stunlll pcrccntngo of plants
which showed different character
istics from the original or mother
type. These plants showed them
selves when older to bo mote robust
and vigorous than the succirubr.i
generally, also quicker growth and
hardier. Thoy were generally
known as Hybrid, but now nro ac
cepted as Cinchona Robusta.
The foliage and general appear
ance of the trees of Mr. Dowsett
resemble mostly the Cinchona Ro
busta, although not exactly. Per
haps different climatic conditions
may have exercised some inllueuce
Mr. Forsyth found tho soil evcry
wlicio within the rain belt eminently
adapted for the cultivation of cin
chona. The elevations best suited
for this tiee are fortunetely inside
this rain belt. Tho soil of Maui
resembles that of other tolcauiu
countiies, accordingly a very cios'o
examination was almost unneces
sary. The land of the East Maui Stock
Co. is excellently situated for coffee
and cinchona. 2,000 to 2,500 feet
elevation aboc sea level is consider
ed the best altitude for these pro
ducts. MAUI NOTES.
The bark W. W. Case, Captain
Robertson, arrived to-day, 18 days
from San Francisco, reports very
calm weather on tho voyage; she
has a cat go of miscellaneous mer
chandise valued nt about 88,000,
most of which is for the Hawaiian
Commercial Sugar Company.
Last Tuesday evening a China
man, the cook of Mr. G. P. Wilder,
died suddenly while at his work.
Dr. Sutliff being called pronounced
it a case qt internal heraorihage,
and no coronor's Inquest was deem
ed necessary, the cause of death
Kahului, Maui, Juno 18th.
The Maui Racing Association held
its initiatory races ut thu new track
near Knhulul thp 11th inst. Owing
to it not being quite finished, thu
track was loose and very heavy, but
still they had somo very intetesting
races. Subjoined is a pnrijul list pf
the races run :
Match-Haco $!10, 1 mile dash.
D. Meyer's s. m. Patty D. 1, T.
Lyon's s. g. Bee's Wing 2.
This was not a very Interesting
race, Patty D. taking tho load at
the start and maintaining il, gaining
tin easy victory.
Match-Race SCO, J mllo dash.
J. II. Stolling'B g. g. Flying Dutch
man 1, J. Jacobson's b. g. Jim 2.
In lliis raco tho Flying Dutchman
was very much tho better horse,
nnd tbo race was decided in his
favor at tho milo ppje.
Sweepstakes J mllo dash for
U-ycur olds. Chancy Miles g. g,
Grev Eagle 1, C. Broad b. g. 2,
11. Robert's b. h. Silver King 3.
This was a very good race, and
considerable interest was evinced
by the public, the dorses being
protty well matched and good look'
ing unimuls, Grey Euglu proved to
bo a strong, tough liorso with pio
tnlsing iiinning qualities.
Match-Race i mile dash, 810.
,T. II. Stelling's g. g. Flying Dutch
man 2, Ten Kill's g. in. Miss Perry
This was the mosf; exciting race
of tho day, the horse being splen
didly matched and keeping abreast
round tho track, coming in simul
taneously j raco declared a dead
heat and run over later in the day,
resujting in Mi-s Perry's coming in
winner by a head, after a fiuico
struggle, ' quite as excjtitig us the
first contest between those two
Scrub Race, free for nil Hawaiian
horses ; entry 82. S. M. Vellesen's
Tin Tag, b. g. 1.
Wftllukii Mcdnl, valued 2o; 1
mile dash, free to all. S. M. Yet
lesen's Tin Tag 1, Manuel Ross'
Crazy Bill 2, C. B. Miles Hancock
This was also quite an interesting
raco, Hancock being the universal
favorite, but Tin Tag proved too
much for him for such a dUttun c on
n heavy truck, and came in winner
closely followed by Crazy Bill, who
fought valiantly, nnd made Tin
Tag's b.tckers feel uncomfortable
up to the last moment.
There wcie several more scrub
races, nnd amateur trotting race,
and a few match races which made
up n very good day's sport. The
affair was tuiiveisnlly pronounced
a genuine success, everything being
fail and square, and universal praise
was accorded the judges foi their
impartial and prompt decisions, and
able management of the races.
Saturday, June 18th.
Aipia, for assault and battery on
a Chinaman yesterday, was fined
Ikcolc (k.) and Kahawaii (w.),
for adultcrv, tho former was lined
820, and the latter S15.
Ah Han was fined 85, for driving
Limat and Ella, charged with lar
ceny of half a dozen sacks, a bottle
of medicine and $10.25 in coin,
from a Chinaman the other day.
Limai pleaded guilty and Elia not
guilty; continued until 21st instant.
Sir Henry Parkes lias replied to
tlio cable message received from Sir
Saul Samuel, inquiring what amount
the Australian colonies intend to
contribute to the funds of the Im
perial Institute. The Government
rcgaid the matter us of no prossing
urgency, and the reply sent is to
tho effect that New South Wales is
not in n position to do anything nt
Two thousand a day is the pre
sent rate at which the superfluous
population of Europe is now pouring
into this countiy.
rF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
IihlU. nan i h'sil.ilu, uui U gip
j3 bntli Trie h m c. Oil Ut.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
ed by the 'Austi ilia" a very tine
ad beaut nil nssoitment of stylU . inll
llnciy goods. Hrr former -tuck of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cot. Ladle would do will to call at
once. S2 lin.
"PHE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
X ib rpii-iid on ly cvi!iii..u i ii.o 0 r
i"in. nnd n ions will llml even ihing
io t-ult Iij luslu of thu mint liixi'idl us
pUuie-. 47 if
HAVING euui.tiy .'i.giigeil a first,
ils U I ler mid .Mo ililiug Mutter,
ivi- in u now fully pupueil io imiuutiic
tuie, ri'pali'aiid re j.i il miy kind of orl
In our Hue. Old Minor uud 1'l.liire
Fr.iuios nmdo oior u- gi pd u- new, mid
nt pifces within the riueh ot all. Tlio
putillc me InU'od ti cull and lin-pci
emu of this wiil; Itumciiibi-i, nny
lung thai uecils lenrwlng in G itil, old
old, tironz.u. Coppi r or Meial uu chu
Io. KING Uitw-i., ,v nr biotiK. 1.17
S PERRY'S No 1 P.iniil- Pinur is
i iluiid f.ir sale by UO.NS.MiVK- &
CO., Q icon S rout. 01
Dn. Flint's Hiuut Rkmedy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Dei-ciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. ' HM
sums of both
Pit Ah. IOTA. Hiwl fni
th everr lutlf. FrMl'rnnhlMtWi
704 H AO-MKWTO BT BAN yftAWO'BCO, OAI..
Fob. -.8, 87.
BOY AS O.iSH AND
irr.iii t Im y, one Hint mibiks i ut ve
preferred. Ii q nre at N, ?. .-ach', o,
101 Fort Etioei, iJl.'lt
HARNESS MAKER ha. moved to
Nn. 78 Ki u rirect u xt to the
TVfR. C. BOLTEistluiiiKeiiK.finy
llx Si'iiouiii'i' Hki.ia" mid ' lieu
U.v," Inm nnd niter June 1-t, 18-7
All bit's prior to that dile will iilensu
lie pri'-iinti'il in m" ut my olllce, (Jueen
J I D,W ETI
HonolHlu. June. 187. trtf
Departure Bay Goal
ro t fm ia uai:.
JTuwt Irfcoet'ivol !
I'.x BlU'c.Tulin Woriir,forsal!i
n l)is to sup,
2,iLO J?oiiiii1m per Ton.,
WILDER & CO.
Mm mill Tel. 873.
Box 10 7.
J, E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
For Salo or Loaso tho Nuunnu Vnlloy
Bunch, head of Xuuuuii Vallc;, easy
For Salo houso and lot on Ucrctunla
sric, bunco marly new contains 0
luonin pluiianil. t-ltii'itrd, garden etc
In excellent oidcr. Would be told
Land off Llliha Street nbrul S acre, a
eilvuiliil iirnieity, chmmiiij view,
tuily npp Lation ueccitiiry to pur.
ch'ise In a cliiglclot.
To Lot or Loaso i 5 roomed cottage
ciiinui Aluii I nnd Klimut-t icU Lit
lOlfieix 100 lie t licui$IOauionth.
Blacksmith Shop I u tho now Brick
limlilliig on Kim; idr. et nenr Nuuai it,
rcientlv occupied by C. T, lloyt.
Oppoai o Old S at. on Home.
Shop on Kino Slrcol In uuw brick build
ing ht nr Niiuuiiu, next door to the
O.iinesu .Ncas Co.'s Otitic.
Two Cottages on Punchbowl slrccl-botwcen
King mid licnluiilii.
Handsome Residence on Pauoa Road near
Pun. hl.uwi btitit, luri;i' nr mud with
out-houses etc. Kent $:t0 u moii h.
Furnished Collage 5 mlmt'cs walk from
Post uilii'i! suitable for single pcicon.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO I,
authorized to collect motile j nnd slgi
All kinds of help promptly p.ov did.
Properties .'Rented and So?d
Custom Bouse Work Done.
Leases, Ctmlracts, Agreement-,
&c, Drawn on Short
iH Merchant Hired. 0
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thlug to nriku buckets of
when empty. Tor sulu by
mm A. W. PIERCE & CO.
1837-VICTORIA R.I. 1887
A. kVI. Hewett.
f.Olw S'alioner, Merchant St.
New Goods !
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Has received nnd opened up h'i New
CLOTH GOODS 1
CompiUltigii huge nnd well selected
tiultiUc for tho Sc.iton.
Tin so goods were i elected in England
ly Air. Kerr personally, nnd aro gi.ni'iin.
teed to be of the finest quality.
Mr Kerr, I aylng fcou'oI tho orvlce
I a o I to I'ullll
orders with tho
23 Merchant Si,
Hiffiiiiii! Jockey Cliil) dp
A Sweeuatake of $25 Added.
Itnco to be run at the Juno meeting of
lio llauiilliin .lnckiiy dub In 189'.
Tliro" qiartr of a mile dusli for III.
Miilbin hied two yeir ol Is,
Nomlnii ln, Inclining a fee of $10. to
be m nt to 1 lin diorilnrv of tlm lin
ilun.lo.'keyl lubunor liefnruJino30th
1887. Final acceptances 4s to tho
lmlnwe ol snoi'pstakca on orucfuro
July 1st lta?.
0. 0. BEROER,
Secretory II v. J01 key Club
I AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
XJ ii cuiuuiu. J per uuuum.
Bull Tol. l',2
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment; of the
Latest" Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which T offer at bed roclc 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.
JSCgLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1031 (Oppnollc W. O. Trwln A Co's.)
E G AN
Gent's, Youth's ami Boy's Fine Custom Made Clotliiii,
flats, Cap3, FuvniBhing Geo Is, Trunks ard Valiaes.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Vh3at.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Arc an entirely new preparation of wlieit nnd O.iU, b.'ing cro'ietl by Htvniu, mid
only riqirrlng n short ilmo lo iinp'iro them for the tabic.
C2TThu most nutrlt'o 11 foo.l known.tBa
Also, Gorinca, Gem, Graham Flour, Suiokctl Salmou,
Smoke.l Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D itc, l'runep, Nut, Ka'Flii1",
New Zralaml, Cullfoinl 1, and IjIui d l'otiUo3, &.v.
Also, Ui 00.11 Corn, excellent for ehickJii feci, for sale by
CliaN. Hustacc, 1 I-iZing- Street.
Tho Undersigned, P. HOKN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balis,
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but alto in Honolulu. Having references dating
hack ns far as the year
lu Honolulu, having catered 011 nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kanielianiclui IV, Kanieharaclia V, and
Lunalilo, nud having tho honor of supplying the picsent roynl household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty year'
practical experience in this line of business,
I'rnntlral Courectloiier, l'tMU-y Cook niiil(lriianifiil(i It; Honolulu.
Factory, Storo and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Bjth Telephones No 74. (nson) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A large assortment of--
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LOTDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, "&o.
Sale tit I?,eNonn,llo JPrloes.
WHOLESALE AND RETAILS
of Gent's Shoes
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