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TUESDAY, JUNE 21. 1887.
Juno 20 ,
BU Cnlbarlati from Sail tranclsco
.Tiinu 21 , ,. ,
Stinr W a Unit from Hawaii ana Mnul
Stmr I.lkcllka for Kaliuliit
Buhr Mikalula for Kauai
Sehr Mokolll for Mo okal
Uk i B Kinney for S n FrmioNco
Schr Mol Wnlilno for Hiiiiinkiia
StinrO K Bishop for Wnlaimu, Wnlalua,
and Kooluii nt8a in
Stmr Surprise for Lnupalioclioc, Hono-
mu, Onoraoa nntl Hilo
Schr Wallele for Kuau n
Bktno Mary Wink Jniau for Tort Town
send VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Schr Llholluo for Kauai at 3 p m
Schr Mamioknwal for Koolau at a p in
rp Mnul nnd Hawaii, per steamer
frinmi. .luiifi 20tli-For Volcanoi
Cooke. E tfannliiff, Miss Beaver,
Tucker, G E Whluioy and daughter, F
II Newton, W S EIIN, T J Crouloy and
wife, M Hedges, G K Wilder, W II
ChescborouKh, It VI (If eeborougb, U
J Wood, J Willis and daughter. Miss
Hayes, U S Wilght and wife, II E nia
cins and wife, J V do Luve.igo, 1 1
Uempter, F Brake, It Spreckels, II II
Wood and wife. For llllo and way
porta: U Furneaiix nnd wife, Mr Kujco
nnd wife, Kcv K Kekuowa and son, Itev
Kalalwaa, Itev A Tall, Hlght Rev Loid
Bishop of Olba, Rev r nthcr lenient, Dr
Hartwood and wife, t) N Arnold and
wife, M LouUson, I ltubcnstcln, E A
Blclenbcrg, Mrs II Webb, Miss Annie
Biers, Mrs Geo li Desna, sister anu
children, Itev J Hltilo and nbotu 100
Fo'r Port Towuscnd, per barkcntlne
Mary Winkolinunu, June 21 P Good
and U Sexton.
The barkentne Mary Winkclman,
'cleared this afternoon for Fort 1 own
send In ballast. ,
TUo German bark Cerastes, Captain
Brumnnd, which arrived yesterday, 1C2
days from Liverpool, orougut genu....
-cargp. She is docked at the Kluati
VESSELS IN PORT.
JJk O O Whltmoro, Thompson
Bk Sarauac, fchaw
JBk Don Carlos, Jacobsou
,Bktno Morning Star. Tumor
'.Bktno Planter, W HPcrriinan
Pgtn') ronsuelo, Cousins
iBk Calbarlco. Perkins
jk Cerastes, Biumund
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The captain of tho Guillermo went
as second mato of tho bark Chas.
B. Kinney this afternoon.
Mns. P. Hughes aud two children
left for San Francisco by tho bark
Chas. B. Kinnoy this afternoon.
The Japancso Consul, the Attor-noy-Gcncral
and J. M. Monsarrat
paid a visit to tho Adams this nfter
noon. A painting by Barnficld of Captain
Cook's monument at "Kealakekua
Bay is on view at King Bros., Hotel
Mn. Chas. J. Fishcl entertained a
pumber of friends at dinner in tho
private dining room at tho Hawaiian
Hotel laBt night.
Mr. J. Oat lias mado u new leg-of-mutton
mainsail for tho Likeliko and
a mainsail for tho schoonor Mary.
Both sails set well.
Very good photographs of tho
Masonic party stopping at tho Ha
waiian Hotel may bo seen at Wil
liams' gallery, Fort street.
A sea Captain lost a gold ring and
sprained ono his fingers in rescuing
an elaborately dressed Portuguese
lady from tho water, in tho jetty acci
Parents, whoso children were in
tho jetty accident at Waikiki yester
day, speak in laudatory terms of tho
kindness of Mrs. B. Cartwright and
Miss Von Holt who provided dry
clothes for tho children.
Wildkr'b bark Guillermo wont on
tho Marino Railway this afternoon to
no repaired. WJicu (tho vessel is
ready for sea Mr. Cbas'.-T. Wilder
will, ho says, tako licr to tlio South
Polo in search of tho missing link
between tho Hawaiian Government
and tho people.
Tin: Bishop of Olba, accompanied
ly ftov. Father Clement, loft yester
day by tho Kinau for a pastoral visit
to Hawaii. Tho Brass Band of St.
Louis Collego wont to tho wharf and,
played the Bishop off. Tho music
was very grateful to tho ears of tho
passengers and bystanders, and seve
ral wero head to remark favorably on
tho boys' modest and becoming be
havior, as well as on tho quality of
Tuesday, Juno 21st.
wero disposed of
in tno usual man-
Walter Baywator and John Mc
Laughlin charged with disuniting tho
quiot of flic night, forfeited bail of
J. M. Dowsott, Harry Whitney and
E. Widcmann wero charged with as
sault and Imttory on a mounted
police. Remanded to tho 23rd in
stant. A Jupancso, charged with fast
riding, was discharged.
Kalani, charged with assault and
Imttory on Punikola (w). Found
guilty and fined $5 and if 1 costs.
Four Chinamon charged with
gaming wero remanded jto tho 27th
Royal Hawaiian Band will
.lulillno Concert nt Uio Ha-
wuiinn Hotel, this eveniiiK, at 7:00
o'clock. Tho following is Uio pro
Grand March The Queen's Jubilee..
Gavotte The Queen's Own ()
Polka Tho Queen's Hussars inow
Quadrillo-Moiry England (new)"..
Galop Boiling Years (ncwi . .Adicr
Polka Old England oreier (new ..
St ran ss
March Queen Victoria new)... merger
God Save the Qinen.
A VARIETY STOCK.
Mrs. Lack has purchased tho sam
ple stock of Mr. Flamming, repre
senting a largo commercial house In
Sydney, Australia) and has placed it,
on this market. This stock being a
sample stock, naturally comprises a
great variety of articles, such as may
bo found in a regular variety fancy
goods store, and some things oven
which arc not looked for in such an
establishment. For instance, there
is a lino of what is known hero as
Sydney saddles, both ladies' and gen
tlemen's. Amongst them are two or
tlireo geiiiiino hogskin saddles, and
anyone in want of such an article
now lias a chanco which does not
occur every day in Honolulu. These
goods arc on exhibition and for sale
in tlie largo room over Messrs. Yates
& McKenzio's ship chandlery stoie,
opposite tho Oceanic Steamship
THE MASONIC PARTY.
A number of the Masonic excursion
party returned from a visit to the
Volcano Sunday by tho Kinau.
They felt n little tired, but all speak
loudly in praiso of tho trip and the
wondrous sight they beheld at tho
crater, for it was in an exceedingly
active state. Grand Master Atkinson
told a representative of tho Adver
tiser that lie had enjoyed the trip
very much indeed, and would not
have missed it for anything. He
was much pleased with the arrange
ments everything being dono for
their comfort. Tho hospitality ol
tho Hilo and Kohala people was
something that will long bo remem
bered by him and the party with
Senator Win. Johnson, who always
has n jovial look on his face, told nt
that ho had witnessed a grand and
wonderful siiiht at the crater. The
red-hot lava was shooting up in some
places to a height of fifty feet. He
enjoyed himself very much at Ko
lialu. Tho Kinau on her return from the
Volcano stopped at Kealakekua Bay
to give tho party time to inspect
Capt. Cook's monument. While
thero they noticed a very bright re
flection in tho vicinity of tho Volca
no. On Friday, when they arrived
at Mahukona, they found an invita
awaiting them to be guests of the Ko
hala Masons. .It was accepted and
when tho party arrived at Union
Mill Station, they found teams in
readiness to convey them to tho
Club House. Soon after they ar
rived theie all sat down to a banquet
such as snly tho Kohala people can
give It was a niOBt enjoyable afl'air
Tho party spent a whole day at
Hilo, and visited tho Rainbow Falls
and Wainaku Sugar Mill. At tho
latter place they wero hospitably en
tertained by Mr. John A. Scott, the
manager. Tho whole party were
graciously received by Her Excel
lency Ululani, Governess of Hawaii,
at her residonce. Mr. Severance did
all ho could to make their stoy at
Hilo a pleasant one.
Tho Kinau returned to Honolulu
early Sunday morning. At a meet
ing of tho Masonic party, held on
board tho Kinau near Makena land
ing, Juno 18th, the following resolu
tions wero unanimously adopted :
Resolved. That wo tender our
thanks tp WUder's Steamship Com
pany for fuvors and courtesies ox
tended in arranging' and successfully
carrying into effect especially ex
cursions, whereby tho members of
tho party aro enabled tP visit all
points of intcrcstjn the Islands; and
be it further
Resolved, That our thanks aro duo
and aro hereby tendered to John C.
Lorenzen, Commander of tho steam
ship Kinau. for his untiring efforts
in ministering to tho comfort and en
hancing the pleasure of this party,
both on shipboard and ashore.
E, C, Atj:ihsq;?,
W. M. Jch.n&ton.
P. C. Advertiser.
SCOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT.
JUNE 1EIIM, 1887.
The Court was held in Wailuku.
Island of Maui. Preston J. of tho
Supreme Court, presiding; Circuit
Judge Hon. Geo. E. Richardson,
Associate. Present, A. P. Peter
son Deputy-Attorney General, for
tjio Crown, Thos. W. Everett Sheriff
of tho island, Capt. F. W. Fohlbehr
Polico officer in charge of prisoners,
and membors of the bur. Following
is the caleudar of oases i
HAWAIIAN JURY CRIMINAL CA8ES,
Rex. vs. Opiopio Kane (w), de
serting her husband; appeal from
Distiict Justice of Molokai. Ap
peal dismissed. No bond filed.
Thurston for plaintiff, Poepoo for
Rex. vs. Koloho, Makau, Kalau
Jani, and Knmuwela Kekee, Larceny
of animals; appeal from Distiict
Justice of Makawao. Nolle, pros,
entered. Knlua and Richardson for
Rex. vs. Kahole, Manslaughter
3rd degree Plea not guilty,
Vnivllr.t nnl. irnllt.v. Wtlltlllir for
exuMy.wr.v , ,wm mm
FOttEWK .TGnT CRIMINAL CASES.
Bex. vs. Ah illu ct. al., Opium
in possession; appeal from Cit cult
Court. Not sustained not pio
pcrly before the Court.
Ilex. vs. I). Bigncur, Selling
Liquor without licence; appcrp
from District Justice of Makawao.
Nolle, pros, entered ; main witness
Ilex. vs. Wong How ot. nl., Sel
ling Opium without liccuco; appeal
friiiu Circuit Court on point of law.
No appearance of Appellants. Ap
peal dismissed for want of prosecu
tion. Bonds forfeited.
Hex. vs. Thomas K. Kvnns, Man
slaughter. Committed from La
liuinu Police Justice. Plea not
guilty. Verdict not guilty. Neu
mann for defendant.
Rex. vs. Lee Pong, Receiving
stolen properly; committed from
Wailuku Police Justice. Plea not
guilty. Nolle. pro9. entered to bo
prosecuted for larceny. Richard
son for defendant.
Rex. vs. Geo. C. Williams, Brib
ery ; appeal from Police Justice
Wailuku. Appeal withdrawn. ,
Rex. vs. Andre do Freitas, Lar
ceny; committed from Wailuku
Police Justice. Plea not guilty.
Part heard. Nolle, pros, entered
defence not objecting. Richardson
HAWAIIAN JUItV CIVIL CAUSES.
Pooikl (w) and Kuaelo her hus
band vs. Kealakua, Ejectment. J.
W. Kalua for plaintiffs, W. A. Kin
ney for defendant. Continued next
KOKEION JUltT CIVIL CAUSES.
L. Von.Tcmpskey vs. John Maguel,
Trespass and Damages; appeal
from Distiict Justice of Makawao.
Jury waived. Appeal allowed, de
cision of lower Court alllrmed.
MIXED JUUV CIVIL CASES.
Wailuku Sugar Co. vs. Paiwi,
Ejectment. J. W. Kalua for plain
tiffs, J. Richardson for defendant.
Unanimous verdict for plaintiffs.
On the 10th of June Ills Honor in
Chambers heard the application of
Ahin, Alii and Chung Sum, for
writs of habeas corpus. Petitioners
had licwi convictod of having opium
unlawful!- in their possession, and
weiccaoh sentenced to 2 years im
prisonment at hard labor, and to
pay a lino ot Sl.UUU, on the 1(3
March 1887. Ills Honor released
i he prisoners fiom custody. John
Richardson appeared for petitioners.
Luika (w) vs. Frank Scars.
Divorce granted. J. W. Kalua for
Kelekaha (w) vs. Pelela. Dis
missed for want of pioseeutioti. J.
W. Kalua for Libellant.
Mary Fanell vs. Antonc Fernan
dez. Dismissed. Petition not
sworn only acknowledged before
Mossman, notary. J. W. Kalua for
Akamu vs. Kaautnana (w).
Divorce granted. J. W. Kalua for
L. K. N. Pahao vs. Wahlneaea
(w). Continued. J. W. Knlua for
Kapulo vs. Kailiaha (w). Dis
missed. Libellant summarily com
mitted for perjury. J. W. Kapulo
Kamaka vs. Kumaica (w). Di
vorce granted. W. A. Kinney for
Ilanict K. Makakoa (w) vs. W.
K. Makakoa. Withdrawn. J. W.
Kalua for Libellant.
Kipu Dom Lin (w) vs Dom Lin.
Divorco granted. Wife to have
child 2 years old. Richardson for
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
I1F.FORK I1ICKERTON, J.
Tuesday, June 21st.
In re bankruptcy of Hui Kacpa,
Mawaiclua, W. P. Kanealli, D. Ku
poi et al.
Proof of claims, and election or
appointment of an assignee or
Two claims proved amounting to
8819.55, and T. W. Everett nomi
nated assignee, his nppolntmoiit to
remain in abeyanco until he ariives
heio this p. m.
In re otato of Esther Waha, de
ceased. Alfred Willis, administra
tor, in person. Ordered that ac
counts Of Afred Willis, administra
tor, be appioveii ant) lie discharged,.
BEFORE I'ltESTON, J,
Iti re bankruptcy of Alan, W,
C. Parko assignee Assignee dis
charged on filing creditors icccipls
for final dividends.
In re batiktuptcy of J. F. Mc
Laughlin. W. C, Pinko assignee.
AssiuneoV accounts approved,
final dividend declared, anil he or?
dered discharged on filing of credi
In ro estate of Allium (Chinaman)
deceased, C. Rolto nttornoy in
fact for S. Selig, administrator,
Jona Austin and Magoon for claim
Partly heard and continued till
before judp, p. J.
Lonowahine et nl vs. Jas. Camp
hell ct al. W. O. Smith for plain,
tiffs, W. A. Kinney for defendants,
Continued fiom January' 7, 1887,
ejectment. Jury waived of April
term. Fuither heard, argued nnd
A Polk county, Ga., man is living
pleasantly with his eighth wife.
A Now York Sppuinl says : It is
nssortcd op good nut)ioiity (bat. Mrs.
Laugtry and Fruddiu Oeblinrdt will
bo married as soon as tlio legal impe
diments aro ioiioved,
FUN AT THE roMCE COURT THM
When Judgo Dayton entered the
Police Court this morning, it wi3
densely crowded. Consuls and
acting Consuls, gentlemen of leisure,
boys of tho town, a motley Huong
of half-sobered drunks, dilapidated
wahlncs, and a formidable array of
lawycis occupied nearly all the space
the loom afforded. Theie was 47
cases on the slate and at 9 :30 o'clock
tho fun began. Drunks pleaded
guilty, some forfeited bail and as
the Court proceeded the names of
Jack Dowbclt, Harry Whitney and
E. Widcmann were called. The
three aroso and by order of the
Judge placed themselves before him.
The Marshal lead tho charge in
t ativc and Mr. Hatch, one of the
councils for the defendants, demand
ed that the charge be given in Eng
lish. The Judge wanted to know If
Mr. Hatch had any riuht to make
the demand. Mr. Hatch said that
he had, whereupon the charge was
read in English by the Judge. The
three Dowsctt, Whitney and Wide
matin were charged with assault
and battery on Police Ofllecr Dias,
while ho was in the dischaige of his
duly between the hours of 11 o'clock
Saturday night and 2 o'clock Sun
day morning. Tho Judge asked if
the defendants weic ready to plead.
Tho three stood up and after hearing
the charge pleaded not guilty, and
by request of council the case was
continued until Thursday next. The
Court room was dealing of bpecla
tnrs when the Marshal rose and pre
ferred another charge of assault and
battery on another policeman, on
the same night, against the three.
They otood up again and pleaded
not guilty. The Marshal wanted
the bail increased, but the Judge
thought $200 a piece was sufficient.
The Judge then announced to the
defendants that both cases would
come up on Thursday. Mr. Hatch
wanted to know if there was any
moie chaigcs and ho was politely
informed by the Marshal that there
would be another when the two now
on hand were disposed of.
A SAVACE DEER.
About a month ago II. R. McLcod
of Orange Creek, Flo., was out in the
woods on horseback, with a double
barreled shot-gun, looking around.
He spied a. largo buck and let him
have both barrels, which were loaded
with buckshot. Tho deer tumbled
over and Mac went up to him, drew
bis knife, seized hold of the antlers
and drew tho buck's head over to
cut his throat. That is, he made the
attempt, but soon discovered that he
had hold of a lively eoipse and one
that was full of war and wrath.
Mac and tho buck had it nip and
tuck. He wanted to let go and run,
but that meant death to him, He
attempted to change his knife from
his left to his right hand, and in
making the attempt cut an artery in
his right wrist. The blood flew "and
the palmcttocs wero dyed with the
fast-flowing lifeblood of Mae, who
was momentarily getting weaker, and
the deer improving in action, wind
and strength every second. "Just hr
everything was beginning to swim
and things wero turning blue," said
Mac, "1 saw my old dog coming a
charging." Just at the nick of time
the courageous dog dashed in and
seized tho buck by tho nose, threw
him, and Mac succeeded in killing
the deer. Ho bound up his bleeding
bund as best ho could and got back
to camp, whore his companions cured
for hipi. The dog saved MeLeod's
lifo, as an angry wounded buck is a
dangerous aniuiul. Mac has tackled
his last deer. Savuunali News.
A wonderful gold mino has been
discovered in Soiioiu, Mexico. The
miners get pure metal by breaking
the quartz with hammeis.
TUTTS FRUTT S ICE CREAM
O d liiinmtl V h. r .ll Uc hi'lVUi
ii la cvciiiugu UicE 1 u lee Or. am I'ui.
lo.s. 07 li
Tr7 YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
J bin k. i. on i h Mi.iiu, uui Ri g p
6o buth Tele h me. (Ill Ot.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
J.T1 cd by the 'Austr.illa" a very tine
and beaut nil assortment ot RtylU.i uill
llneiy goods, Her former etnek of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at coat. Ladled would do well to call at
once. 02 1 m.
THE hotel Free lunch
X in i-pieud evi ry evening i i luo b .r1.
ro.'in. and pa roiia will llnil evon thing
in mlt liu mete of the most luuildl u
ipiiunu. 47 .f
oeui.tiy i iiKiigcil a
XI il,8- ( 1 lur mn
wi are now Iiilly pupiieil to inaiiiilau
line, n pair and ri'j.1 d ,ny kind nf work
in opr line, Old Mir or mnl Pi lure
Fr.inies Hindu 6s er u gi oil in new, mid
al pilce within llie nauli of all. Tlio
public aic imi.od t) ci. 11 and inppi'ct
omo of thU uork Hcineinhur. ipiy
tiling that iil'OiIh renewing in Gold, old
(fold, lironzii. Poppir or Jlcinl e cnii
do, KlNQIUtoi., Ar Stoiik. 17
SPERRYSNul"7arnik Flour it
i lie en foi mile by GO.N SALVIA &
CO , Q iccn S reel. 01
Pit. Flint's Hpjit Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of I'oart Pin
caso and also for Disonscs of Kidneys
and Circultiaop. Pescjjptjvo book
wjtb every bottlo. Hanson Smith &
Co,. AcontH. 35J
A SMALL BOY AS OrtSH
iiT'iml li v. otic I lull Fpciks t.ativo
prefcnvil. Iicpiiro at N. b. t-aclin, No.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 colunib. f J pur buuum,
Mm unl Tel. 372.
J. E. BROWN & CO,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
or Laso hc Niiuanu Valley
head of Nuuatiu Valley , tuy
For Salo Iioiho and lot on Rcrctanla
sir. e , houto marly new contains 0
rouniM ploMtnnlU rltirilcd, garden etc
in (wculknt oidcr. Would bo told
Land off Llliha Slrocl abiut C acre, a
spleudltl propel ty, chm tiling view,
fcarly app I at on necessary to pur.
clmse hi a tliigiclot.
To Lot or Loaio i 0 roomed cotlngc
corner Alio I and KIuhii t'ccU, Li t
lOlfietx lOOfiet Rent $10 u month.
Blacksmith Shop lu the new Brick
JJtiiluiiig on Kim; strict neai Xuuni.u,
reicntl.v occupied by C. T. Hoyt.
Opposl o Old Suition House.
Shop on King Street In new brick build.
lig tuar NiiUiinti, next door to the
C.itnese Noks CVi.'s Ollkc.
Two Cottagos on Punchbowl slreet-b3tvcen
King iinil lien inula.
Handtomo Resldenco on Pauoa Road near
Pun lu.owl stint, large jjr -unci with
out-houses eic. hunt $!0 u inuti h.
Furnished Coltago 5 minutes "iilk from
1'i.bt i itRu suiiablo for Magic pchou.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO Is
authorized to collect mould and lgn
All kind of help promptly p.oviihd.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Dono.
Leases, Contracts, Agree-
mont-, &c Drawn on Short
Merchant Street. 0
On lr Perfect
aver I a van t'd
KrtAh. IMA. Knt t ft
je JiKr; mm 8Try lie it,
rlth errr Halt. 7w FrPamtJhlt No.2.
704 BAcfMKTTT0"BT..lUN gfiAWOfBOO.bAl
Feb. .8, 87.
Just the thing tp mnlo buckets of
when empty. For sule by
42 1m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Departure Bay Goal
FOU FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Kx Dktrc.Tihn Worker, for sale
in Jo s to Bllll.
f3.f4.0 PoiuuIh per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
New Goods !
Mr. L "r KERR
Has received and oppned up bin New
Compiltltigaltirgniind well selected
Huit illo for tho Beaton,
The 1.0 goods were selected in England
I y Mr. Kerr personally, and are gi nran.
teed to ho of the finest quality.
Mr Kerr, having seemed tho services
of a NEW ClITTKlt, he is pre.
taolto fulfil onlcis with the utmobt
23 Merchant St.
Oi' I 880,
A SwoeuBtakeof$25 Added.
Hiiro to bo run alilm Juno mrrtln? of
ilio Hawnllaii .lockoy Club in 189".
Tliruo quart n of n inllit dash for Hit.
wiillan bred two your oMh.
Nomina ione, inclo-iliig afeoofglO. to
bo sent to Hui Sicri'tarv of tlio Ha
linn.lo.ilu'( bib on or before JuneDOIli
1PS7. Final nercpinnces at lo ilm
bul uifo of swct.'pstahc8 on or before
July 1st 1181.
' 0. 0. BERQER,
Siorttir) Ilm, Jo. kiy club
Bell Tel. 112
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a largo 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.
fcasr'Ladios are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opprwlip W. G.
e g Ansr
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made (Ming
flats, Caps, FuvniBhing Gcols, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Whaat.
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats I
Arc an entirely new preparation of wheat anil Onts bjinR cro'ort by Slcnm, mnl
only rtqu ring u short ilmo to prepare them for tho table.
tSTThe nioit nutrltto is foo.I knovn,-"a
Also, Gerniou, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D.ites, Truncf, Nun, Itnlslns,
New Zpjlanil, Cullfornlu, and Islai d Potatoes, &c.
Also, Uroom Corn, excellent for elilckjii fee 1, for salo by
Chas. Hustace, -
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Hespcctfully informs tho public that from this day on he Is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tlio fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but aUo in Honolulu. Ilavina references riminir
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stnto occasons, as nlso for heleet par
ties given by their lalo JIajcsties Kainehanieha IV, Kumehameha V and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years
practical experience in this lino of business,
Vrnrtlcnl Confectioner, I'm try Cook mirtEOrunmciitcr li Honolulu.
Faotory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,.
Betweon Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Bith Telephones No 74. (05 8,,) Honolulu. H.I
Just Received at
A largo assortment of--
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOJIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAEINA GERMAN COLOGNE, "&0.
TPav Sale at, X&ocisomiblo 3Pi'ioe.
1593 WHOLESALE AND RETAILi
Irwin & Co'p.)
of Gent's Shoes
Hollister & Go.'