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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1887.
Stmr Lehua from Ilamakua
filmr Iwnlnnl from llnni.tkun
Stiitr .1 A Cuininls from Kuoliui
Sehr I.ihnliho for Kamil nt 3 p in
Selir Mnniiokiiwut for Koolau at :i pin
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bglnc Constiolo for San FrnncUco nt
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
W G Hall, June 2111 A Pnrmelcc, K
Smith, 0 Mclnocke, W Wratbbiirn, II X
Grecuwell, J IJ .Tono, Z K Meyers, T
Vf Everett, 0 1' Kanmuolia, J K Kn
fcaula, Mrs Kcapnkal, Mlsi M Brownell,
O Slduro, 4 prisoners nnd 5S deck.
For Kniial. nor steamer Mlkahala,
&l Juno 21 Hon Charles It Bishop, llcv J
B Hanalke, Rev J Alapal, Ilcv S V Ka-
pahl, Ilev J Knllnc, Ituv Lukel.i, W II
Iticc, Miss ADrclcr, C X Spencer nnd
about CO deck.
For Maul, per steamer Llkcllko, Juno
21 Prof W 1) Alexander nnd son, Miss
K Torbcrt, T Lillic, W H McLean, wife
nnd 2 children, Itovlosrpa nnd son, J
Grace, "V G Ashley, Chailes Piudy, I)
II Davles nnd about 80 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Steamer W G Hull 0,310 bag sugar.
107 bags awn, i nags conec, ma
hides, 2 bullocks,
2 horses and 1
The American tern W S Bowno, Tap
lain Ultilim, arrived at Snn Francisco
.June Cth, 15, days from Honolulu.
The bark Colusa and barkeiitlncs
Uureka and Kiln were lying iu tho
istream when the Caibai Ion left for Ho
nolulu. The schooner Canute took 50 tons of
jnisccllaucoiis merchandise from tlio
.bark Caibai Ian tills morning. for Kuau,
The baikcntine Planter will sail for
v San Francisco on Saturday morning.
The bark 0 B Kenney, which galled
last evening for San Francisco, took
20,001 bags of sugar, weighing a.4 15,172
lbs., and valued at 8134,S!i2,:t. She also
- took 1,400 bags of ilce valued at
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk C O Whltinorc, Thompson
Bk Saranac, fcbaw
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Stkamkrh Likclikc and Kinau will
ho duo lioio Sunday morning.
The brigantino Consuelo will sail
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, for
Tub destruction of Mr. W. U,
ter's old wooden building, on
Fort street, began tins morning.
O.v Monday last tho Hawaiian
Band played for 13 hours, during
which tinio thoy played 47 tunes,
Thk Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F.
& A. M., will meet at 7 -.30 this even
ing, for business in tho Hist degree.
Wu aro oxticmely obliged to Mr.
A. M. Howctt, stationer and news
late papers by tho Cai-
' A vkkv pieity tropical sceno in
oils by Howard Hitchcock is on view
find for snlo nt store of Mr. A. M.
Tub late Arrival of tho steamer W.
G. Hall yesterday was caused by a
dirty bottom and n heavy load of
Editorial articles nnd other mat
tor aro held over, on account of a
pressure of communications nnd for
eign news. '
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Several natives got the pinc-ap-plQ
fever this morning, nnd gathered
piiic-applo sprouts, fiom tho fruit by
tho Hall yesterday.
Hon. Judge Widomann, Hon. Col.
Allen, Mr. Frank Pratt and Mr. John
Patv visited the United States war
ship Adams yesterday,
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The Honolulu Rifles companies A
.and B, and probably C, will hold bat
talion drill nt tho armory, Monday
jn'ghts. Visitorrf ro welcome.
One hundred nnd fifty pieces of
pipes to carry water to tho Humes at
Naalohu Plantation, will go up by tho
next trip of tho steamer W. (J. Hull.
The stcnnier W. G. Hnll, on her
next trip will arrive hero nt day
light Friday moining, so ns to get
through her work for Fourth of July.
Mish Knuhano whilo horseback
riding, last Friday, was thrown to
the ground by her horso stumbling.
Tho young lady's left shouldor was
The roughly-handled second mato
of tho barkcutiuo Mary Winkolman,
who hns been in tiio Hospital for tho
past weok or two, will bo able to op
pear in Court to-moriow.
XtnfRoad Supervisor filled soma
nasty holes on the North end of King
iitreot yesterday, and is continuing
tho work in tho city proper portion
of tho samo street to-day.
Wjies tho schooner Ko Au. llou
was on her search after tho schoonor
Gon. Siegel, Oapt. Brownell collected
several lino samples of guano, and it
is likely that tho Ko Au Hon will bo
despatched for a load of the fertilizer.
Oontkauv to intentions, no In
quest was held by the polico autho
rities this morning o the Portuguese
lad, who was suffocated to death in
-tho firo last night. Tho remains
woro tnkou away by friends, to bo
Tjib fciilo of Mrs. Lack's
onrmili, RififU will coniniunco to-mor
row morning, nt 10 o'clock, in the
room over Yates & McKunzie's Ship
Chandlery Store, opposite the Oceanic
Co.'s wharf. The goods uro now open
Mr. Chas. Kibling's houso, on Li
liha street, was entered the other clay
bv someone, who efTcctctl an en
trance by breaking alio dining loom
window. Things wcie tinned topsy
turvy, but nothing was carried away
so far as is known.
A youno lady with n very sorrow
ful expression on her face, was heard
to say tlmt nil the pleasant and best
looking officers of tho U. S. S. Adams
were married. But tho young lady
was greatly consoled when she was
told that nuuricd men woro tho most
agreeable; theyj;an ialk soaflection
atcly nnd nniuse tho girls so well,
hecnuso thoy know nil the lopes.
CHANGES OF MARRIED LIFE.
Yes, said a gentleman, while nt
dinner tho other evening, I would
advise every young man to get mar
ried ns soon as possible. When I
wns single, continued tho ho
I smoked twcnty-ilvo-oent cignrs.
When I got married, I smoked
two for a quarter. When the
first child camo I bought three cigars
for twenly-flvo cents, nnd now, (with
a pathetic sigh), I have come down
to a pipe.
THE JUBILEE CONCERT.
The concert given by tho Itoynl
Hawaiian Band last evening, at the
Hawaiian Hotel, was a grand musical
treat to all who had tho pleasure to
listen to it. A well selected pro
gramme wound up with a march, en
titled "Queen Victoria," in which
several of Britain's national airs were
introduced. The whole nrrangcnient
is tho work of Piof. II. Berger.
Amongst tho numerous nudienco
were the British, American, French
nnd Portuguese Commissioners with
their Indies nnd families. The ar
rangements for tho comfort of visi
tors were all that could bo desired,
and as usual reflected credit on Man
ager Bartlett and his obliging assist
ants. Tho illuminations wcio on a
verv extensive scale.
A SORPRISE PARTY.
Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson, residing on
Liliha street, readied a stage in life
yesterday Hint was nn anniversary of
her birth. This wns no surprise.
Sho know it was coming, and was
quito aware that it had arrived. But
when, at about 8 o'clock in the even
ing, a company of her personal
friends suddenly appeared at her
residence, with music, ico cream,
cake, etc., sho was surprised, genu
inely surprised. Her quiet reveries
were so abruptly disturbed, that for
a few seconds sho was unable to
understand tho meaning of the visit
and the jubilation. But having re
covered her senses and realizing tho
situation, the house waajhrown open
and tho visitors took possession. A
couplo of hours weio passed very
pleasantly, nfter which tho company
retired, wishing the hostess "many
happy returns of tho day."
At about half-past 10 o'clock Inst
nitrht tho fire bolls sounded an nlarm
of lire. Tho location of the fire was
soon pretty generally known through
tho telephones. It was on Nuuanu
stiect, near Hotel stiect, one door
abovo Perry's corner, in an old
wooden building, onp half of which
was occupied as a dry good,s store
and tho other half as a grocery store.
Tho firo companies were soon on tho
spot, and had their engines placed in
various positions, with four powerful
streams of water pouring on to the
burning building. In tho brief period
between tho sounding of tho alarm
and tjio arrival of the firemen at the
sceno of the firp, the flames acquired
coiiBidorablo headway, nnd shot up
skyward, creating tho impression
among pcoplo at a distanco that
several buildings were iiuiaze. ivngino
Company No. -1 got first water on,
and somewhat checked tl flames by
a flow from tho hydrant before they
had raised a sufficient head of steam
to bo serviceable. When tho four
engines camo into play thoy threw a
force of water that extinguished all
tho fno which was easily reached, in
less time than it takes to describe it.
Tho burning insido boing hard to seo
and reach, was not i-p easily con
quered, and took more timo TJip
liio was not only confined to the
structure in which it originated,
without damago to the adjoining
buildings, but oven that was only
partially destroyed, the frame work
Tho premises were owned by Mrs.
Perry, and weio insuied in tho
Northern Insuranco Co., Messrs.
Davies & Co,, agents, for $2,000. Tho
stock in tho dry goods and grocery
stores, Cunha it Co., proprietors,
woro insured by tho rompnny abovo
named for $f,000; There is nothing
known of tho ojjgin of tho firo, but it
is supposed by somo lo jiave origi
nated by mice or cocki ouches ignit
A largo room over tho stores was
used as a meeting hall by a Portu
guese society. There had been no
mooting there last night. A boy
about U) years old, named Jonn
Silva, engaged in tjio stores, slept in
a small room upstairs, After tho
fiio was extinguished and tho firc
men had letircd, this lad was found
dead in his room. Suffocation appears
to hnvo boon tho causo of death, for
ho was uninjured by firo, beyond a
slight scorching of ono hand. Ho
was partially dressed, having eliirt
and pants on.
A superb historical procession, re
presenting the entry into Florence
of Amadeus, Count of Savoy, in
1307, was held at Florence, Italy,
Sunday. It was un exact reproduc
tion of the pageants of that era.
Wr.nNE9D.vr, June 22ml.
Thrco drunks paid tho usttnl
J. Holclen, hack driver No. 330
was fined 812 for violating Express
Five Chinamen charged with gam
ing were tcnmmlod to the 2th in
stant. CIVIL (.'ASM.
All In vs. Ah Chong. Keplevln.
Judgment for plaintiff for 811. -10.
C. V. Hart vs. D. W. Knnole
hua. Assumpsit for 82o. 75. Judg
ment for plnintiff for 832. G2. Ap
Three enses continued to the 20th
The case of A Clio vs. A. A.
Montano et at., suit for damages
for 8100 is goining on as we go to
Kiel, June 3. Emperor William
to-duy laid the foundation stone of
the lialtenan lock of the North Sea
Berlin, June 3. Tho "Krcuz
Zcitung says: "Iu tIcw of recent
events in" France, the immediate
future is looked forward to with full
confidence. The assurance of the
maintenance of peace is felt for the
first time since last summer. This
favorable state of affairs lias been
greatly assisted by the change in
Russia's relations with Germany,
which have assumed a far more
friendly character, coolness giving
way to coidinlity, so that n meeting
of the three Emperors is now pro
bable." The Crown Prince's condition is
improving. The abnormal growth
in the thront is small nnd does not
affect his breathing.
London, Juno 3. The "Stand
ard's" correspondent at Vienna as
serts that the Empciors Francis
Joseph and Williams are certain to
meet at Gastein this year.
T ,.!,-., T..., 'l Tim lt,lir.At,
Paris con espondunt telegraphs: It
is learned from Strasbourg that
Prince Von Hohenlohc will soon quit
the post of Government-General of
Vienna, June 3. Szcgcdin is
crowded with fugitives from the sub
merged districts. That town is safo
for the present, but great anxiety is
felt, a3 al attempts to repair tho
dikes proved futile. One hundred
thousand acres of splendid wheat
crops have been destroyed. Great
indignation is expressed against tho
contractors for the dikes, which cost
London, June 3. It is considered
certain that Germany nnd Austria
will take no action regarding the
Czar's ukase, restricting tho rights
of foreigners in Russia.
Mons, June 3. To-day a mob of
minois gathered in front of tho
Jemappes, where the socialist coun
cil is silting. Refusing to disperse,
a detachment of troops charged the
crowd three times, wounding many.
Prominent anarchists were arrested.
Brussels, Juno 3. Four thousand
miners in the Pjcrinego district, who
had returned to work, have again
gone out on strike.
tF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
I hack, don t htsitaiu, but Kli g up
4,t both Telephones.
MISS chilAIbOrg receiv
ed by the "Australia" a very flno
and beaut ml assortment of stylNi mil
Uneiy goods. Her former stock of
trimmed bats and bonnets, sho will sell
nt coit. Ladies would do well to call at
once. f2 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL is t-pi cud every evening iu tlie liir.
room, and patious will llnd everything
to suit he tnfjto of tho most fasiidi us
tpluiros. 47 If
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HAVING locentiy engnged a first,
el h (Jillcr anil Moulding Maker,
we mo now fully pif-picd to manufac
ture, repair and ru gl il uny kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made ocr ns giod as new, nnd
at prices within Iho rtach of all. The
public aic inUtcd to cull and Inspect
iuiiiu of this work, liomembcr, any
thing that needs reuowlng in Gold, Uld
(iold, Hionze, Coppir or Metal :o can
do. KlNQBUOd., Aiit Stoke. 17
OPFRRYIR No. 1 I
O oiloitd for pale b GOiNp.U.VKS &
CO., Queen Stroet, 01
Dn. Flint's IIrakt JIkmjjuy Is a
Specillc for all forms of llcait DiH
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
ami Circultiaon. Dcscriptivo book
with ovcry bottle Jlonson Smith &
Co., Auonts. .151
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Tltlo
Furnlolit'd, mid Conveyances
Drawn on short no i ice,
Collection Agoncy.-Mn. JOHN GOOD,
Jit , Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mil. F.MAHCOS,
Genoral Business Agency, -chant
-No. HS Mer-
Hell Telephone 34H.
1. O. Ilox 115.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columu, f 3 pur uuuum.
iUutual Tel. 372.
O. Box 07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
For Salo or Lcaso the Nuunnu Valley
Ranch, head of Nuuanu Valley, easy
For Salo houso and lot on Uerctanla
sluet, houic marly new contains i)
rooms pleasantly sitiiiitcd, garden etc
in excellent older. Would bu told
Land otf Liliha Street nbcm S ncics, n
splendid propeity, chaimiug view.
JJurly application necessary to pur
chase in a single lot.
To Lcl or Lcaso .i fi rnouud cottage
corner Ahip d and Klunu ftieeU. Lot
101 kct x 100 feet Rent $10 a month.
Blacksmith Shop In the new Brick
Building on King ttrtet neat Xuminu,
rciently occupied by C. T. lloyt.
Opposite Old Station IIoiifc.
Shop on King Stroet In tiew brick htilld.
lug mar Kuuanu, next door to the
Onlnesu News Co.'s Olllce.
Two Collages on Punchbowl street between
King mid iiciLtunla.
Handsomo Residence on Pauoa Road near
I'uiuhbowl htrcct, large ground with
out. houses etc. Rent $U0 a niuii h.
Furnished Cottage, minutes walk from
Post Ulllce Hiiitable for hlngle pcieon.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO is
authorized lo collect mould and Mgn
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
ments, &c, Drawn on Short
S3 Merchant Street. Gl
Kidnh. Itflfi. KftniTfnp
uritKis with crery Holt.
th rery Itolt. W" FrneramphiatNoiL
; w4 Mw-bAxi gaiai da. xajuad ALU.
1704 BACTMENTO BT .SAN FBAKOraCQ.bAl
Feb. 18, 87.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to make buckets of
when empty. For side by
43 1m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
JTust Iteeeivecl !
Kx llktnc John Wortcr, for sale
in lots to mitt.
2,SoLO PoimilM per Ton,
WILDER & CO.
New Goods !
Mil Li Bi KERR
Hns received nnd opened up IiIb New
Compilslnga Inrgo and well sclectod
Triscriii lis, Cuiiliis, ele,
Sul(iho for tho Beaton.
TIkbo goods were (elected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and are guaran
teed to bo of tho finest quality,
Mr. Kerr, huvlng secured tho servlcos
of a MEW CUTTKH, he is pre.
pnrod to fulfil orders with the utmost
23 Merchant St.
Hawaiian Jockey Glul) Cud
ol 1 881.
A iyeorj5takeoi'$25 Added.
Iluco to bo run nt thu Juno mediae of
the Ilnwnilnn Jockoy Club In 188!.
Thren quaiti'M of a nilloilush for II.i.
walian bred two ye.ir oliK
Nomination?, inclosing afcoofSlO, to
ho sent to tho Secrutur; of tho Un
I Ian .lockoy Club on or boforo JunoUOlh
1887. Final acceptances ns to tho
halnnco of sweepstakes on or beforo
July 1st 1883.
C. 0. BERGER,
Secret iry lluw. Jockey Uluh.
Boll Tel. 173.
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" rrrrrmiriiiiiiiMiMiMiiiirifiBniiMif"!"' i-rr" ;-..
Mutual Tel. 1.10
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Premises on Judd Slrcet, nt present occu.
pled by J. Emineltith. Over 2 ncres
lu extent,- substantially enclosed,
graded, planted with fruit tree, both
loieigu and native; durable buildings.
Promises near Thomas Square. Kulnokahun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School mid Fort
streets, opposite the Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort street.
12 i feet on School street; one L'-rcomid
Lot ol Land In Killhi Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Corner," situate on thut:it cor
ner of Nuunnu mid Queen street?.
Lot, corner of Pcnsncola and Wilder
Avenues, Mnklkl, '2 ncres more or ui
may be divided up fur Miinll home,
To Lot That very coiiveniint and de.
1 1 ruble cottage on Merchant stiect
opro3lto the Mutual Telephone build
ing. Fitly Acres (more or less) in Ilnulki, cast
of Monimlun; 11 acres of agricultural
laud; 2." acres all together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or ha
nanus. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian will, etc.
Lease ol Fish Pond at Walkiki. A rare
opportunity for a pi r (liable invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kununpnli, Maui, suitable
for a laiichman of limited moans.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot ulth large stable
accommodation, u Punchbowl street,
near the P.iuoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do.
inc a profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl slrctt;
On Alnken, ubovu King street;
On Hotel, between .Nuuunu and
For Lease or Salo on Reason
Two Cottages and large lot abovo Kinau
street, on the Hunk of l'unchb wl hill.
Buildings new mid In good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by L. Way, E,q.,
Kuliiokaliua. A very desirable resi
dence, fully appointed.
Also, a vac mt building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2, Story Collage, out Uerctanla
striot, makiti of l'uunhou, 2)4 miles
from the Post Ofllco. Together with
grounds and artesian well. These
premises aro frilly appoin ed and verj
convenient for n large family, nnd aro
furnishid with servants' quarters, cai.
nago house, Maine's, tic.
Ono Largo 2-Story Collage, on the Hunk of
of Punchbowl, 1:; miles trom the Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience for immediate occupation.
Splendid location, biautiful view.
One Cottage, with largo yaid accommo
dation, corner of Liliha nnd King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; five minute' walk from
the Post Office.
Ten Acres (more or less) of good pasture
land situate on tho Government load
iu Kal ihi two miles from town.
Room Cottano with kitchen nnd Imlh,
within a half a milo of tho Post Ofllcc.
By a Lady, as nunc or housekeeper, who
Inn had ninny years experience and
can guarantee Butlsfautlon.
By a Book-keopor and geno'iil business
man, who is ncqnalntcd with nil
branches of incrrnntilo butln09s.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enulneer, who onn give tho
best of referenced if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands tho business in all
By a man accustonud to plantation work,
who has been many ycum u resident of
By Sevoral Men who will tnnke them.
selvoi useful in dnliiK tho chores in
prlvato families; taking c:ue of horses
nnd carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application nt
tho Agency. fi2
BY THIS STEAMKU
Hns received a full line line of-
In White, Cream and Colorod.
A full lino of-
Linen, Torchon Lueex,
liibboiiH, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go inspect Mr. Fishel's New Goods !
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL wJYcrtlso in tho Daily Buj.l'kti.n;
pen Lilly flat
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 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.
gfcjijrLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
Xo trouble lo show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Oppoullo W. G.
E G AN
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Mmle (llotliiii,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flalro Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotoh Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely now preparation of whcit and Oat, hjlng ccokwl.hy Hlcnin, nnd
only requiring a short llino to prepuio thcni for the table.
C3?Thc tr.ost nutritious food known.-XBa
Also, Germen, Gem, Graham Flouv, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D.itcs, Prune?, Nuts, Halting,
New Zealand, Ciilifornl i, nnd Island 1'otatoss, &c.
Also, Ilrooni Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for snlo by
Clm, DjEIiitace9 i - ECing- Stroet.
Tho Undersigned, P. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on Uo Is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but nlso In Honolulu. 1 laving references dating
uacK ns iar ns mo yca.r
la Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kninehamclm IV, Kninolinniohn V, and
Liinalilo, and having the honor of supplying tlio piesent roynl household
with tho delicacies produced in in' establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
I'rartlrul Confectioner, I'aatry Coolc an dJOrnuiiir titer liillanoliilH.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No, 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 3m) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., , LUOTBOIiGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOTT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE,I&o.
Irwin & Go's.)