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MONDAY, JUNK 27. 1887.
Stmr Mlkalinl.t from Kiitul
Stnir Ivinuii ftoiu Mmtl ami llnwull
Stnir l.lkcliku fioni Maul
Hiinr Mokolli fiom Mnlokal
Bohr Wsdolut fumi Wnhiliiii
Schr I.ukifroui lliuuaklta
sjU'hr Wsilalealo from Kauai
Sohr Kaiillltta, fioni Wiiliiiiiii'
filflii' .lo-suplilnu fioni Koiiltui
Ilk J .:uly Lampoon, Murstun, II nays
from Mint TriiiioNon
SehrKvti, Wlkiiiiui, 18 days from Hum
boldt Sclir Mary fioni Ktiiiui
hehr l.calil from Iliinalei
llktnc I'lantcr for San Francisco
Schr Waloll for Kuan
Stnir Walalealo for Kauai
Sttnr .1 A liiminius for Valnianiilo ami
Koolau , , ,
Htnir Walinanalo for AN iihinno ami nl-
Sltnr Ivy Holmes for nlauae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Don Carlos for Jtoyul ISoad?, 11 0
Stnir Klnau for Hllo anil way port at
4 p in
Btmr Llkcllkii for Kaliulul and liana at
Stnir Mlknhala for Kauai at ". p m
atmr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 p m
Sltnr 0 It Ulshop for Walanae, Walalua
and Koolau at 8 a in
Stnir Sin priso for Luupalioulioc, llouo-
tiiii, Oiiomea. and Hllo at noon
Sclir Mary for Kauai
bchr Wallulc for Kuan
Sour Waloliu for Wnlalua
Sclir Kawallanl for Koolau
Uk Saranao for Sail FianoUco
From Maul and Hawaii per steamer
T.lkellke. .luue 2(3 IJ Hunt and wife,
.1 D Stevens, J Muudon, MIsfcc Mun
doit (2), J Graeo, mm bhnrratt and two
ehlidion, MIs Watklns, J S Oral;,
Mm Hall, Mr Auwae, J 1 Smith, Miss
Athi!', Mlsi Hose, 0 A .1 llailey, llov
THithcr .rallies, U M Wulb, W P A
Brewer, L Vou Tempsky, 31 M Taylor,
Mrs llolllstcr, D llolhstcr, Mm O A
Wright, Mrs Grcenbauni, UChineMj and
From Kauai per steamer Mlkabala,
June 2(Jth Hon O It Ulshop, Hon 1'aul
J,ciibuiff, G X Wilcox, A Croppand
wife, Oils Ucrtclmuun, F C ouradr, S
Naauao, .1 X S Williams, S X Hundley,
JJr II Herbert, W 1C Howell, M Hang,
It W T I'urvls AN' II Hire, Miss Forbes
G McLaln. .1 Kala, II Hopper, G 0 Pot
tor, G Alo, 11 11 Stol, and 121 dock.
From Maui and Hawaii, per teamcr
Klnau, .luue 20 J PCook, Mir Tucker,
Ml?s Whltnoy, G K Whitney, F Drake,
W T Ellis, T .1 Crowley and wife, Mr
Hodges, G K Wilder, W H Chccbor
oivh, It M Choioboroiigli, .1 Willi",
MUs Willi", MNs Ilayc, Miss Heaver,
C S Wright and wife, A li Higglns and
wife, Mr l'aulet. J V do Laveage, 0 It
Deuiptev, IlSpieP.kcl, 11 II Wood and
.. wire, Hr II Coinwell, A It Hue, HS
Townscnd, K Okots, Kalsma. .1 T 11a
ker, 11 Hell, A Horner, MM LcK Geo
S.inderiuau, Jus Hei)ton,L G HI el.coek,
Asbford Spencer, J Ifubensteh), H .T
Wood, CF. Hart and wife. J Xeil, M
LouNson, Samuel Parker, 'loin Hell,
Frit. Wllhclin, L A Thunton and wife,
V D Alexander, -MNs Aloxander and
From Humboldt per sclir Tva, June
23 Mr Dlii'inoro.
For San FranoWeo per bktue Planter,
June 26 Mrs Babcock, MmS J Devlin,
Miss Hlllebrand, MI'S A Langtron, Geo
Oleiou and Clmj Fiend.
CARGOES FR0M ISLAND PORTS.
Llkcllkc 2,100 bags suar, and 11"
Mokolli 000 bags of .sugar, 15 head of
cattle and lf0 sheep,
Mlkabala ,!) 1 1 bags of sugar, 22."i
fheep, 11 hides, 10 b.igi of lice, and
Tho Khr Jiva, which arilvcd this
moiningfroin Uuinboldt Bay, brought
271).a3i ft It W lumber to Wilder & Co.
The barkentino Planter willed this
afternoon for Sau Francisco with 12,
(171 bags of .sugar, :i,7'J0 bags of lice,
260 barrels of mobiles and 100 bunches
of b.inanaf-. Vahio SS0.100.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hktno Planter, W HPorrlman
Hgtne Coiisiielo, Cousins
Hk Calbarlen, Perkins
Hk Cerastes, Hiuinuiid
Hk Don Cailos, Jacobin
Hktno Morning Star. Turner
Uk C O Whltnioro, Thoiupsou
Hk Saranao, hhaw
Hk Lady Lanipson, Marstoii
Schr Eva, AVlknian
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A dhauqht at Hilo is reported.
Tin. Temple of Fashipn has an im
'fun steamship Australia will bo
duo hero about noon to-inoiiow.
Tin: steamer Mokolli look tho
Govornor of Maui to Molokai, on her
Tun Honolulu Itilles companies A
and 11 vill liokl a battalion thill nt
their armory this evening.
Tin: KntorpiiFo Mill lias been
jjiven tho contiaot to make tho elec
trio liglil poles, about fi.OOO.
Tin: King intends giving a ball at
tho palneo noxt Fiiday evening, in
iuommomoration of Queen Vietoiia'n
Wimibu'b Steamship Company pio
poso giving a Grand Jubilee on June
liOth, in tho Jinpo of a ijuaiteily
.dividend to tlioir h;ueliolders.
Hr.v. A. Maekinto'-h KHiiests tho
lady collectors for tho building fund
of St. Andrew's Catliedtal to hand in
tho monthly letiirus lo(oio uo.tt
At tho meeting of tho Myitlo Boat
Club last Fiiday ovoning, Mr. M. 1).
Monsairat was elected PreMilont,
Mr. .1.11. heist, Vice-Prcsidont. Mr.
A. M. Ihown, Secretary, Mr. C. T.
Wilder, TienHijror, and Mr. J. L. Tor
.'. i - r -
Tin: Jiilo of hoiisohold furniture tit
tliti lusiduticu of I. Iluglies, Adams
Lane, will take place at 10 o'clock lo
inonow morning, I'r 1'. Adams it
Otm icpoit of the ptoeoedings in
tliu Police Court on Saturday lat is
unavoidably etowdrd out. Dowoll,
Wliilney and Widemaiiii weio acquit
ted and disclinrged.
A company of California rrliool
leiiehi'is is exjiceted lieio by I lie
Reamer lo-uionow. Cur local
teaelicis should do evorylhing possi
ble to make their sojourn agreeable.
Columns of mutter have been
cioudcd out again to-day for want of
slWee. Seveial valued communica
tions have been delayed solely by
this cause. Will endeavor lo over
take them to-moriow.
Tin: water will be shut oil' from
the oily, both fioni Nmiami and Ma
kiki lescivoiis, on WedncMlay next,
between the hours of 8 A. M. and ! P.
M. Shipping in poit hliould sceuie
tlioir hiipply lo-uionow. An ollleial
notice comes too late for this issue.
A tinnvT many people fioni Hono
lulu wenl down t Kwa on Fiiday,
Satuulay and Sunday, to attend the
Jubilee celebration of Mis. Kapu.
The airair was thoroughly successful,
and the paitioipants in that lady's
hospitality aie eloquent in praise of
tho kind treatment accoided them.
Tin: piesenco of a palace spy was
suspected at Mrs. Kapu's Jubilee
feast, at Ewa, and a judicious ap
poitioninent of a certain liquid soon
made the fact nppaiont. By this
time it is piobablo that all which the
"bad men" said and did has been re
peated in royal ears. It is a lo(t)ng
"Lane" that has no turning!
In consequence of tho ailiclo on
special deposit in the Bni,i,i:riN of
Satuulay lust, theie has been a liiu
on the Postal Savings Bank dining
the day, to a very considerable extent.
Fiist come, first served. Veibuni
KAPIOLAHI IN LONDON.
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani and
suito arrived in London on the 7th
June. The royal carriage scut from
Huckinglmm palace met the parly at
the depot and the Queen and suite
proceeded to the Alexaiuhia Hotel.
A DISACREEABLE ACCIDENT.
Yesteiday evening, while a paity
of gentlemen were liding leisurely
along tlie Government load at lfa
lawa, Moanalua, a young steer
nuhed out fiom the bush and
stiii tied their horses. Two of tho
patty Tom lEawlins and Oscar
Biaueh wi'io unseated. Tho former
had his face badly ilisligiued while
the latter sustained seveio injury to
his libs. They managed to lemount,
however, and rode homo.
The Hoyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Emma Square
at 7:J10 o'clock. Following is the
Oveiture Tho Exiles Gasncr
Polka The Dragoons Fain bach
Chorus llleiil Wagner
Select ion Bohemian G ill Balfo
Selection Erniliile Talobowkv
Walt Jubilee Coote
Mazurka At Home Faun
Quadrille Tim Times Coote
THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
Our Bandmaster, Mr. II. Bcrger,
and hio boys have a full week's
work before them. This evening
they will play at Einiiia Square.
To-morrow, on the arrival of the
Australia, they will bo on the wharf,
to play a welcome lo tho school
teachers expected. In tho evening
they will furnish music at the con
cert in the Oper,i House. On
Wednesday afternoon they will play
for a dance on the U. S. fcj. Adalns,
mid give u concert in tie evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel. On Tliurhday
night they will play at Thomas
Square. On Friday night there is
to be a ball at the Palaco, at which
the band will play. Saturday is to
wind up with music in the afternoon
at Wruklki, at a luati for foreign
TIME SUNDAY MOliNINO.
Customer No, 1 Say, Hairy, who
is that fellow that Wiitps to the BiM,
i.ctin and styles himself editor of tho
Tonsoiial Ailist Why, don't you
know him? Ho is a kind of amphi
bious porpoi.o that knocks mound
tho Government lloin-o, and known
about town as tliu "Fat Boy." He
always appears to have his Lolly well
filled and nuthiti in his mil.
Customer No. 1 lie wiltcs u
dnru'd lino letter all the same. That
is uimt J call a splondid pieeo of
Tonsoiial A itiHtil)o you suppose
for a moment thai he Wioto that
letter. No, sir no such tiling, That
was Pa's composition overy woid of
it. 1 coijjd ttll by tho music in it.
I would give Dm.' "Fat Boy" Web
ster's dietionaiy lo study for six
mouths and then hot that ho could
not wiito two inches of con eet Eng
lish. TESTIMONIAL TO CAPTAIN LOREN
ZEIJ, Oit Maui, S. S. Kinau,
Juno 2.1th, 1887.
Cut. John C. Loitr.xzr.x Dear
Sir: At the end of our voyage wc
desire to express our appreciation of
the zeal and courtesy of yourself
mid j-our olllcors In arranging (ho
present trip, w that wo could in the
most comfortable and satisfactory
manner, make the excursion to tho
Volcano. Such a spii it cannot fail
lo make the tceolkction of yourself
and of your ship one of the agree
able incidents of the excursion and
win the commciidatiotis of the tra
G. W. M. Wiulne.v,
T. J. Crowley anil wife,
C. S. Wiighland wife,
K. I. Hedges,
Kale W. lieaver,
('.race J. Willis.
Ainnim II. Tucker,
Members of the Masonic ExcurMou
party from California.
ROADS ON EAST MAUI.
Eihtou Bt'M.UTis: Tins morn
ing's "Advcitiscr" in an article on
"Ea&t Maui" says of that place that
"the highways are really excellent
and could not be belter." The im
pression might he produced from
this, were it to go unchallenged,
that this district is an exception to
the general rule of collecting taxes
for road work and using them for
sonic folly, letting the roads take
care of themselves, provided the
pcoplo in the immediate neighbor
hood do not work them. Here arc
the facts however: About live years
ago under a former ministry our
Makawao roads were put in "a real
ly excellent condition," which could
have been maintained with the judi
cious expenditure of a fraction of
the taxes collected for that purpose,
but the present government be
grudged even that little; and
expended it in their follies in
Honolulu, and now that the roads
arc no worse is due not, as the
"Advertiser" would impl' in this
morning's editorial, to Mr. Gibson
whom it says "provides for the
great industrial interests of the
country," but to private parlies uho
live in the immediate neighborhood.
But even now the roads not close to
the plantation arc almost impassable
for vehicles. As, for instance, the
road between Haiku and Huelo
which five years ago was in in "a
really excellent condition," now is
dangerous and almost impassable.
Near the plantations wo arc obliged
to keep the roads passable, and
when wc have spoken to the super
visor on the subject the invariable
reply has been "No money." We
go on however and attend to the
worst places, whether wc are able
to collect for it or not. This the
l'aia plantation, as well as others,
has done fiom time to time. In
stances could be multiplied, hut a
few will .sutlicc. Over three years
ago live parties put in S.")0 each to
fix one of the roads. The wmk was
done. The road supervisors the
Hon. G. E. Hichardsou and G.
Arnistiong approved, but as usual
had "No money," and not until a
few weeks ago was that money re
funded, although thousands of dol
lars had in the meantime been col
lected in road taxes. Again, the
IIuclo plantation with some natives
were compelled in order to make a
jit'ceo of road passable, to do some
work on it, and when they asked for
their pay received no satisfaction
and thus far have been unable to
collect a cent.
But why go on? Enough has
been said to show that the taxes of
our district also have been wasted.
And there is but one opinion in re
gard to t0 whola matter among us,
and that Is, opposition to the pre
sent condition of affairs, and to tho
men who arc responsible for It.
E. M. Wai.sii.
Honolulu, Juno 27, 1887.
Wc had a big lire this week,
Wednesday morning about 3 o'clock
Geo. Sanderman's blacksmith shop,
with the contents, was totally de
stroyed. It is suspected to have
been thp work of incendiaries, as
two men, supposed tp be natives,
were seen tunning away about an
hour before the Haines were dis
covered. The dwelling house was saved by
willing helpers and an abundant
water supply. The district is badly
in want of George's shop and we
hope to hear the sound of his anvil
Thursday was a gala day at the
Polico Court. No less than a do.en
couples all natives, appearing to
answer for breaches of that hard
oiglith commandment. Three couples
weie married in court, and most of
the others helped our failing rev
enue. If litis line of polloo action cflti
tinues wo shall want our court room
enlarged, and the very police them
selves will require recruiting.
Wo aic having a longer spell of
dry wcatbor I bait wo pare for.
There Is a prospect of a branch of
the Blue Ulbbon League- being
formed horo ; a meeting Is called for
next Tuesday evening.
We were glad to welcome Judge
Hart nnil lady back if only for a feu
days. The Judge is loukipg well
and hearty, and returns this wee);
to continue in tho bracing breezes of
California. Mrs. Unit Is pleased
with Amcrioa, but will not say a
final aloha to Hawaii.
Wo are going to have u real rous
ing Fourth of July in Kohala this
time. Tho vim and the good feeling
th:it prevail in this is good earnest
for our future,
t" ' c
The eviction war conlinups in be
laud. Tho policy of tho Painellitcs
is to bo one of ccasclcbs agitation,
a 4y i
The British bark Lady Lanipson
arrived from San Franclco this
morning, bringing dates lo (he 1 lib
inclusive. The following Is a brief
summary of the latest news:
After a lengthy discussion on the
Coercion Bill on' the 10th instant,
Mr. W. II. Smith moved the Cloture,
and it was can led by L'8I to 1G7.
l'arnell's amendment was i ejected
byaOl lo 181.
After further discussion Smith's
complete motion was carried under
the cloture by 2 If) to nil, amid
cheers and counter cheers.
Smith then proposed to postpone
the further discussion of the bill in
Healy asked that discussion be
proceeded with on Saturday, but
Conybcar, supporting Hcaiy, was
commenting on the humorous talent
of Smith uhen the latter appealed
to the chair.
The chair said : "1 must say that
the whole tone of this debate has
been a disgrace to the House."
Conybcar was about to continue,
when Smith moved the cloture, and
it was carried by 202 to 7.'). Cries
of "Shame!" "'Disgraceful!" etc.
St. Petersburg, June 10. Severe
shocks of cmtliquakc have occurred
at Vcrnoyc, in Turkifctan. The town
was almost entirely destroyed. One
hundred and twenty-five persons
were killed and 17j injured.
The Emperor William has ab
dominal cramps ; the Crown Prince
is much better.
Athens, June 10. King George
and the Crown Prince have started
for London to attond the Queen's
Vienna, Juno 10. The Emperor
of Austria starts for England on
July 2d, and will stay for a month
at Cromer, a watering-place in Nor
folk. UKITIU) STATUS.
Albany, Juno 10. President
Cleveland and party reached here
this morning, drove lo the new
Executive Mansion and breakfasted
with Governor Hill.
New York, June 10. At 3:30 r.
m. to-day President Cleveland
reached Jersey City from Albany.
Washington, June 10. The Pre
sident arrived in this city at !)
o'clock to-night. A carriage was in
waiting at a railroad yard, and he
entered it and was driven to the
Oswego (N. Y.), June 10. Mrs.
Cleveland arrived here this orcuiiig,
accompanied by friends. She will
remain the guest of Mrs. Kingsford
for two weeks, after which both
ladies will attend the commencement
exercises at Wells College, Aurora,
English yachtsmen think the This
tle is at her best in light winds.
Tcncbrcuse won the race for the
Grand Prize of Paris yesterday.
Lawrence Donovan jumped from
London Bridge into the Thames.
Beach has accepted a challenge to
row Triekctt for the world's cham
pionship. The Immoitalilc, a new British
war vessel, was successfully jloatctl
at Chatham on 7tlt Juno. She Is
.j, 000 tons displacement, of 8,500
horse power, and is expected to
steam 18 knots.
Minting won the Jubilee Cup at
Ascot for throc-ycar olds.
Several moro cases of small-pox
have been discovered in Chicago.
Emperor William is convalescing.
Dr. McKenzio pronounces the Crown
Pilnco's condition satisfactory.
Tho Sultan declines to ratify tho
Egyptian Convention with England.
It stipulates for thico ycais' British
occupation, tho Egyptian aiiny to bo
ofllecicd by Englishmen for fivo
years, and re-occupation to bo at the
discietion of England for tho preser
vation of tho peace.
The Manchester (England) ship
canal bill was toad a fust time in tho
House of Commons, Juno 8.
Askabad has been occupied by
20,000 Russian hoops. Tho Russians
have mado a eonsidciabln advance
on Herat. Two Afghan regiments of
tho g.trtison of Heiat have debited,
in cou-cqiiuuco of an appeal by tho
Ameer of Bokhai.t, a feudatory of
Tho traffic in young gii is con
tinues in London. A shocking case
has como befoio tho Lambeth Police
Cow t leccnlly,
Jlato and valuable winks of ait
have been discovered in an old
butcher's shop at (iieonwieb.
Thirty Apache Indians mo on tho
war path in Arizona and tho United
States unity is in full puisuil.
A (iernian syndicate is trying lo
j;et to inouopoly of iion production
A meeting of tho tlneo Empeiors
is expected to take place next Au
gust. Tho outlook in Euiopo is
Home, Juno II. - In tho Chamber
of Deputies to-day the Minister of
War, in the course of the debate on
tho proposal to grant 7,000,000 lircs
for the expenses of the tioops in
Africa, slated that the Government
was dolcrmiiind to iclnin possession
of Massoha. Tho Cabinet con
sidered it necessary to vindicate tho
jncstigo of the army,
Tho "Novosll" says England Is
mistaken hi neglecting to conciliate
Russia. If the Ameer bo over
thrown, England will imploro Rus
J,ittu Kdfljp, Uiro,3 years old, had
an attock of gioup one night. The
noxt evening, when ho' knelt down
to say his prayers, his mamma told
him ho imibt thank God for making
him well. So lio snld: "1 thank
l'lice, O God, for making mo well;
but my iioo goes this way yet"
I here he sniffed soveinl times to show
' that he still had a cold in his head.
One of those nice little boys who
i make a specialty of always saying
just what thoy ought not lo, labori
ously lugged a huge wooden pail
into the presence of his niartern.il
grandmother, and respectfully ask
ed her to kick it. "K'ick It! Ami
why should I kick Iff" demanded
the old lady. "Papa said yester
day that he had been waiting n long
time for you lo kick the bucket, and
I thought 1 would ask jou to do It."
Susie Ohl Mamma, I'll never
disobey you again. Mamma Why
Susie, what have you done? Susio
Well, 1 diank my milk at lunch
and then 1 ale a pickle; and the
milk said to the pickle, "Get out;"
and the pickle said, "I won't ;" and
they arc having an awful time!
The Paris "Journal des Debats"
alllrms the agreement between Eng
land and Tuikey, relative to Egypt.
It includes the evacuation of Egypt
by the British in three years.
TF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
X hack, ilon't hesitate, but Itlug up
IM." both Telephones. CO lot.
1V1ISS CHILLBURG RECEIV-
iA. cil by the "Australia" a verv Hue
.Hid beautiful asoitiiient of styllh mil
linery goods. Her former stock of
trimmed bats and bonnets, Mio will ell
at eot. Ladies would do well to call at
once. ' lni.
THE hotelTfree LUNCH
JL is spread every evening in the Mr
rooni, and patrons will find everything
to suit the taste of the most fastidious
epicures. -17 if
HAVING recently engaged a. first,
cl.iss Cililer and Moulding Maker,
we aro now fully prcpircd to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
hi our line. Ohl Minor and Picture
Pr.inies iniule over as good as new, nnd
at in Ices within the le.ich of all. The
public aic inited to call and Inspect
some of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Cold, Old
Gold, Bioire, Copper or Melal wo can
do. KIN'OUHOS., Altr StoilU. 17
S PERRY'S NoTliniilv Flour is
ottered for sale bjJGONSALVKS &
CO., Queen Street. Ul
given uy the IOLANI
CLUB for the
Benefit of tho Kaumakapili Church
Undei tho patronage of His M-ijc-ty tho
Tuesflav. June 28, 1
HAWAII'N OPERA HOUSE
Under tho uinnnireinont of CAPTAIN
It. PAWCElt WaIPA.
CkjV" Bo. Plan for rc5orvcd scats w ill
open at the olllco of .1. K. BIIOW'N it
CO., on Monday, Juno iiTtli, at !) a. tu.
Hoffnung & Co,, Sydney,
These goods comptiso every description
of Ij idles'
XUiiniK' on1 !
Ladies' &. Gent's Saddlery, &c.
Will be sold at
in qinntitlcs to suit.
The goolsaio now on site 'u tho room
Over .Yates and McKenzie's,
Opposite the Oceanic Co's Whiuf.
Taro Flour Poi!
Neyy Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On the Same Principle as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
Ono pound of Turo Flour cooked thin
way will make ft poumU of haul pel.
Take the dereil amount of Taro
Flour, mix it with cold watir In sulll.
olent ipiaulities to luuko it a thick paste,
riaeu it in u porceiuin pot, (unit no
other) on a Blow the, add hot water
slowly or enough lo prevent it liuinlni:.
Keep Btiriinfj with a spoon or slick for
an hour while conkinp;; then tct It on
another Mower tiro for another hour.
When cooked place It In a howl or cala.
bash nnd lit it remain for 21 hours; then
It ready ' for use, inhibit; sillllcleiit
cold water to pi'ikp it Ilia proper thick.
nef9, If fnmi( lumpy, Mpiciyy tluoilgli
a piece of uioiipiitu uettllit;.
All families dcsbbig cloui poi will
do well to yiso 'litre Flour, prepared
this way, a new til d.
Those dialling sour poi must let 1 c
miilii two or three ilnyu. (15 !)w
,u rj Mnatnt.yijr
WILL TAKE PUCE JULY 1st
S. EHRLICH; 63
(Opposite W. O.
Cent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Moiifiliiilc floiog,
Hals, Caps, Furnishing- Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
Honolulu, XI. j.
The World's Breakfast Foo
Proparcd from Snow Flako "Wheat,
lso, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Arc mi entirely new piepar.Uiou of wheat and Onu, boinK cookedlbv Kteain ami
only requiring a thort lime to prepare them for the table!
ESTThe ir.ojt nutrllio.is food known.-u
Also, Gcrmoii, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, llacon, Choice Iatc, Piuiicf, Nun, lia'sins
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &v. ' '
Also, Iiroom Corn, excellent tor chicken feed, for snle by
Clia, liiifstiiee, - - IOii- tioot
Tliu Undersigned, F. IIOKN, J'topriotor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOE,,
(KNtuliHsliod 1 fSiUi.)
Hespeclfully informs the public that
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls
iimi guiiruiiiues in nit cases me ltillost satisfaction, as civen in
yeats, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Ilavii" referent
back as far as the year "-"-lw,l-t'
In Honolulu, ImvIiiR catered on all state occayons, as nNo for ..-... ,,..
ties given by their late Majesties Iuunehamelm IV, Ivanielianeh V ''j
Luna Ho, anil having the honor of supplying the pJesent , oZ Ihousel.o
v. ill. the delieacues pro.lucei iu my establishment ; having over fo ? y x S
practical experience in this line of business. "iJ(,lu
1'iavtl.al 'onrcrlloiHr, I'nHt.y Cook niiilSUruniii..,.,. I..rili.l,,tii.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor; No. 71 Hotel Stroet
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
uoin xeiopnones .no 74-
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brawls of
COUUTI3 & CO., LUNDUOItGS,
NASTMAK'S A LOIIA, JTOYT'S COMXiOT
FARINA G1MMAX COLOGNU,pc.
and 65 Fort Street,
Irwin & Co's.)
of Sent s Shoes
from thin flay on he Is fully nrcnaroil
orders for J l '
Honolulu, H. I
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