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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1887.
Slnir Lehua for IIiuimkuii nt P m
For Maul and Ilnwnll pcrnluir Klnnu,
June 28-11 Kycroft, 8 0 Lyman, Mr
Kelton, G 1 Kainnuolin, Mnjo, Weckx,
W .1 Hrodle, n II Hitchcock, Sr, I) II
Hitchcock, ir,K G Hitchcock, Dr Klt
tiiilgo, UIMioi) Willis mid wife, Miijor
W H Cornwoll niul party, II A llccn, .T
Ahui, Hopll ralsui, Jns Itunton and 75
For Kntmlul and wnyports, per Mmr
I.ikelikc, Juno 28-Prof W D Alexander
and daughter, Misses Mary and Debbie
Lyle, STaster Willie Lylc, Master J L
Logan, Geo H Bailey, O A Bailey, J It
LtnUh, WD Armstrong, W By water,
WKKahlmi, MIssos Forbos (2), Geo
MoLcan, T Gay, L Howson and 10 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr SUkabala, Juno
28 A O Wilcox, D Herbert, 0 Bertcl
mananda children, Sirs Hopkc, MUs
ltodgcrs, Mr Mahoc, W Conradt, A
Sr-encer and daughter, A Cropp and
wife, S N Hundley, W E Rowell, A
Hanebcrg, 2 Chinese, 1 Japanese, and
CO deck. , ,
For Sau Francisco per bk Saranac,
June 28 Miss Emma Shaw.
For Hoyal ltoads per bk Don Carlos,
Juno 20 A Schcuter, A Numycr, A
fuller, wife and child, A Jl Sllcmana,
vlfu and child, F Antonc, wife and 0
To-morrow morning the salts of
the Hon. V. C. Parke's household
furnituro will take place at his resi
dence on Kukul street. Special at
tention is called to n lot of valuable
koa furniture of first class manu
facture. Tlio voluble represent
ative of Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.
will wield tlio magic hammer.
The concert given last evening at
the Opera House by tlio Iolani Glee
Club and tlio ITcanani Club, drew
together a very fair audience. The
vocal solos, ducts and choruses were
all well rendered, several receiving
well deserved encores. The tableaux
were a novelty, and created a special
interest amongst tlio Hawaiian por
tion of tlio audience The tragic
death of Captain Cook was tlio most
sensational representation through
out the evening, and was loudly ap
plauded. The surplus proceeds will
bo devoted to the Kaumakapill
church building fund.
bks Velocity, Lilian and
cury wcro loading at Hongkong on tlio
2fltb of Slay for Honolulu.
Thobk Saranac called yesterday for
Ban Francisco with :I2,10: bags of sugar
weighing 0,021,037 lbs and valued at
9143,018.4a. .... .
Tho bk Don Carlos sailed this after
noon for ltoyal Koads, B O, taking 182
obis of molasses and several passengers.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Planter. W H I'crrlniau
Bgtue Consuelo, Cousins
Bk Calbarlen, 1'crklus
Bk CcraHtes. Biumund
Bk Don Carlos, .Tacobson
Bktno Morning Star, Turner
Bk C O Whltmorc, Thompson
Bk Saranac, bhaw
Bk Lady Liunpaoii, Slarston
Schr Eva, Wiknian
CONCERT AND ICE CREAM.
At the Y. M. C. A. building on
tho evening of July 1st, at 7:30.
The Ladies' Church Aid Society, of
the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral will give a
Milkmaid's Concert and ico cream
III Ice Cream.
March and concert in the
ice cream served down stairs.
mission to hall 25 cents.
"The news wus
cise3 at tho ordination was tho nd
drusses of cheer and counsel from
two returned Hawaiian missionaries,
ltcv. J. II. Mahoc, with n withered
arm, tlio result of a guushot wound,
and Kcv. (J. Leleo, with loving
words, but sightless eyes, bis blind
ness coming upon hlin after twenty
seven years of missionary service in
the low stolls of the Gilbert Island
LOSlf OFBARK ALTON.
The Sau Francisco Alia of the
21st Instant says,
received in this city
the total wreck of the British bark
Alton, Captain Gllmour, ou Lcndi
askey Island, In tho South Seas, on
tho 2Gth inst. Fortunately tho crow
was saved and arc now en routo for
Australia. The Alton left New
castle for San Diego on February
28th, having on board a cargo of
coal consigned to Balfour Guthrlo &
Co.. and vessel and cargo were
worth about 800,000, with insurance
in English companies.
Prills Island la probably Lisian
sky island Lat. 20 N. Long. 17-1 W.
whero the schooner Ke Au Hon
touched on her recent cruise after
the Gen. Sicgcl. Ei.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Mystic Lodge K. of 1. will
hold a meeting this evening.
ITALY AND HAWAII.
Mr. C. C. Moreno has written a
letter to King Humbert of Italy,
dissuading "the recognition on the
part of Italy of tho independence
and neutrality of the Kingdom of
tho Hawaiian Islands. The follow
ing extract comes uncomfortably
-tilosc to tho truth : "Tho government
of the Hawaiian Islands sinco tlio
month of May, 1882, to the present
day, has been in a rotten condition ;
it is a rare combination of an im
moral, political, financial, and farci
cal chaos, manipulated by disreput
End on Tuesday ft flno earterly
brcozo raised a lump of sen, but tho
condition of the race, that tho
yachts should bo in cruising trim,
reduced the Thtstlo's crow more
than half, so that sho had only
thirteen men aboard, when she
needed thirty. Tho result was that
when it came to shifting sails and
boonw everything had to bo let go
by tho run, and half that limo she
was without tlio necessary sail,
cause it could not bo set. She
tho race to the Irox by 3 in.
though she arrived first. fS.
AiinAxanjiKXTS roit Tim ukaxd
THE RECORD BROKEN.
tho steamer and the
your gun ready?"
rillcs came by
latest is, "got
Captain Meyers of the barkentino
Eureka is accompanied by his wifo
and sister-in-law this trip.
The old armory, Queen street, has
been cleaned out of all its Ureal ins
by tho Government.
The Fourth of July Committeo set
forth their piogranune for Monday
noxt, in an advertisement.
A house is advertised by Mr. J. II.
Wood aH being on his prcmifcCB, and
requesting owner to take it away.
The schooner Mana will lay up for
repairs as will many other inter
island packets as the sugar season
FASTEST TIME FltOJt QUI'.KNSTOWX
SANDY HOOK UAIt.
New York, Juno 5. The Umbria,
which left Liverpool at 2 r. m. on
May 28th, and passed out of Queens
town harbor at 1 :0t o'clock on May
29th, anchored off the bar of Sandy
Hook at 12:43 i sr, thus making
the run from Qucenstown in 0 days,
4 hours and 12 minutes tlio fastest
on record. The weather was uu
usually favorable. Previously tho
Etruria's time of 0 days, 5 hours
and 30 minutes has been tho quickest.
A WATER pipo
Imrsf. mi thn
A WAIWl IJ,1JU "'a -- - -
Esplanade near tho P. M. S. S. wharf,
and workmen aro digging to find the
The Honolulu Kifles are incicas-
ing so rapidly in numbers that the
fourth company will have to bo
formed very soon.
The sailing of tho missionary ves
sel Morning Star for tho South Sea
Islands has been deferred until Satur
day noxt at 2 o'clock r. M.
A mass meeting was held at Ililo
last Friday. Kesolutions were drawn
up and two men deputized to attend
tho mass meeting to be held in this
Both tho barkentino Eureka and
brigantino J, P. Sprcckols, which
arrived yesterday morning from San
Francisco, made tho pussago in less
than 12 days.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Hawaiian Hotel
at 7:30' o'clock, following is tho
March Welcome ,Bcrjjcr
Overture Hungarian v uu'
Selection Marltana AVallaco
Ala Hikl Mai.
Medley Reverlo .S.eyor
Waltz Fairies Thorn
Ballad-Good Night Abt
Aloha Oct Aloha Ou!
THE SUEZ CANAL.
Tho annual meeting of tho Suez
Canal Company was held Juno 8th.
Tho report showed that tho year's
receipts wcro 1,000,000 less than
those of 1885. A dividend was de
clared of 7J francs per share.
PEOPLE WHO MAKE US TIRED.
Pa and Freddy.
Testa the fat boy.
Tlio Englishman who looks strong
enough to push a plow, but is con
tent to boot lick the powers that be
for 840 a week. Tho American
citizen who is getting ready to get
up on his hind legs on tho glorious
Fourth and howl about what some
Britisli subjects did when thoy were
oppressed in 177C, and who will let
a nigger or any one else walk on his
neck tho rest of tho year.
The British subject who is getting
ready to go to the ball there to cele
brato tho Jubilee of Victoria, in
company with tho mounted guard of
"Honor" that accompanied His
Majesty on tho 11th of Juno, and
members of K society.
A RAILWAY FICHT.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC FAL8 TO OKT A
Ottawa, Juno 7. Tho Grand
Trunk and Canadian Paciflo Iloads
had-a pitched battle in tho Railway
Committee of the House of Commons
to-day. The Canadian Pficjflo Com
pany sought to got a charter to build
a lino from Lachino bridge to Dun
duo, there to connect with tho
American Bystem. Tho committeo
threw out tho hill by a vote of 49 to
40, on tho ground that tho Grand
Trunk had already obtained a charter
over tho same route,
EXPECTATION AND DISAPPOINTMENT.
When the S. S. Australia was
telephoned yesterday, old bachelors
and single young men donned their
Sunday clothes and leisurely saunt
od down to tlio O. S. S. wharf.
When tho steamer rounded the foot
of Fort strcot the palpitation of
hearts became audible and nervous
dudes could not stand still. There
was a continual buzz of masculine
voices and remarks of what a de
lightful army of petticoats thoro will
he, what gcntlo reprimands for in
correct speaking, what an intelligent
expression tho city will assume, and
all such taffy, wound up with
"would it were leap-year!" But
when tho steamer came abreast of
her dock a tremor of disappointment
actually shook the wharf only
threo school marms came, Kvon
Bandmaster Bergcr was -disappointed,
ad his boys played with air of
vexation. When tho Chinese pas
sengers woro landed in .quarantine
and as sho vessel ncarcd'tiiP wharf
familiar faces became distinctly vis
ible and shouts of "ah there
Commodoro," "shoot tho hat Jamlo"
and "pipo off tho colored valet,"
u-nrn hoard. The steamor had ar-
rivml. tho nassencers wero all land
ed, evory strange young lady was
critically borutinized and as the ex
citement was over, tho UillCof war
ORDINATIONlF A HAWAIIAN
Tlio Oahu Kvangclca Associa
tion held a special meeting Sunday
to examine and ordain M. Lutcra,
Ho is a graduate of tlio North Paci
flo Mission Institute, and 1ms boon
laboring among the Gilbeit Island
ers employed pi) JliP Kauai planta
tions. Ho goes on tho Stor to
Apaian. Thero wan a largo audlenco
in Kawaiahao church. Tho berinpn
was preached by Rev. Dr. Hydo. A
laiosi. impressive p" iul1 v'
STS. PETER AND PAUL'S DAY.
To-day, "Wednesday. Juno 29th,
beinc the day of St. Peter and St.
Paul, has been observed by the Ro
man Catholic Church as a holy day
Under tlio symbol of a rock,
which signifies durability and stabi
lity; under tho symbol of keys,
which signifies loosing and binding,
Jesus Christ imparted to St. Peter
tlio promise of plontitudc of ccclcsi
astial Jurisdiction. Christ had come
to unite the whole human race in
one family, of whom Peter was
chosen by him to be the head, while
we wcro to he tho various members
of tlio mystic body. Wo wcro to bo
a kingdom with Peter for our king.
Ho was to he tho corner stono of the
great Christian temple to which we
were to resort to bo taught by an
infallible teacher. St. Peter was to
bo tho chief pastor of the united
flock of Jesus and Gentiles. So
that Peter is, in all that regards tho
church, the visible Representative
of the Saviour, who sits at the right
hand of his father in heaven. He
was always treated as me ciuci oi
the apostles, triple profession of Ills
love for his divine Master, Peter's
precedence was confirmed.
After Christ's ascension, and
when on the Pentecost day the Holy
Ghost had come down on tho apos
tles, Peter was the first to address
the people assembled, and at his
first sermon about 3,000 persons
were converted. And this number
was increased soon after to 5,000 on
the occasion of the healing of the
lamo man at the gate of the temple
Besides being tho first to estab
lish the Christian church amid
tho Jews, Peter had also the privi
lege of founding thp first Christian
congregation among tlio Gentiles,
babtizing the hcathon centurion Cor
nelius and his family. Thus he to
whom tho keys of the kingdom of
heaven had been given, was the
first to open tho doors of God's
kingdom upon earth to tho pagan
But his most important mission
was to the Imporial city of lfainc,
where ho established tho centre of
the Christian church, and when he
governed it for 25 years from the
year 42 till the year 07. At last on
tho 29th of Juno in the year C7 of
Christ ho sealed his faith and mis
sion with hU blood on Hie Jiill of
Janiculus in the city of Homo ; and
theso prophetic words of Christ
wcro fulfilled: "When thou shalt
be old, thou shalt stretch forth thy
hands, and another shall guide
thee. Follow mo." (John xxi.)
Tlio church honors on the samo
day St. Paul, not that ho partook of
Peter's precedence, but becauso he
was his zoalous companion in his
mission labors, and had his arduous
life crowned by martyrdom on tlio
same day and at the samo place as
St. Peter, tho first visible head of
the church of Christ's dead, but the
church is yet alive. Becauso as the
church 8liQiild outjivo all genera
tions and after Petor's doath till tho
end of timo, so tho holy ofilco of
Peter lives in his lawful successors,
and nowadays In tho illustrious Pon
tiff Leo XIII.
dated London, June
12th says : The Queen, in order to
Invest the Jiibilco corcmony in West
minister Abbey with great pomp,
consents to assumo her stato robes
and bo surrounded with all the in
signa of sovereignty after entering
the Abboy. Eight thousand troops
will line tlio route to the Abboy be
side the guard of honor of 000.
Tho "North German Gazette," in
an article on the Ruccn Victoria
Jubilee, comments on the long-existing
friendship between England and
Prussia, and expresses a hope that
these relations, founded on mutual
confidence and firmly cemented by
the marriage of the Princess Royal
and Crown Prince Ercderiu William,
will be maintained in tlio future.
tF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
I hack, don't hesitate, but illnc tin
UJ5 both Telephones.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
ed by the "Austialla" a ery fluo
and beautiful assortment of stylish mil
linery goods. Her former stock of
trimmed hats and bonnet, she will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 52 1m.
HE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
- Is unread everv cvcnlntt in the bii.
room, and patrons will find everything
to suit tho taste of tho most fastidious
epicures. 47 If
HAVING recently engaged a first,
class Uildcr and Moulding Maker,
wc aro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and rcglld any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made over as good as new, and
at prices within the reach of all. The
public aro Invited to call and inspect
fomo of this work, ltcmcmbcr, any
thing that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Gold, llronzo, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING UltOS., Aut SioitK. 17
C PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
O otlered for sale by GONSALVE9 &
CO., Queen Street.
The exercises attending the cele
bration of Queen Victoria's Jubilee
in London aro reported to be a
grand success. Minister Phelps de
livered to the Queen an autograph
letter from President Cleveland.
Her Majesty expressed her sense at
tho kind feeling always manifested
towards her by the American
The presentation of tho American
testimonial to Mr. Gladstone lias
been postponed till after the jubilee
A telegram dated New York, Juno
21 states that Queen Kapiolani's
present to Queen Victoria will con
sist entirely of feather-work of tho
most unique character, and said by
those who have seen tho present as
surprising. Tlio collection sur
passes in delicacy, workmanship
and (loshm anything of tlio kind
ever seen here.
The new barkentino S. G. Wilder
arrived at San Francisco on June
20th five and a half days from Port
Blakcly, with 800,000 feet of lum
ber. The Call says sho Is a fine
Tho Alameda is having accommo
dations fitted up for 1,00 Chinese
who arc in transit, and whom she
will take to Honolulu.
Tho Call says tho Beigic, on her
next trip to the Orient, will call at
Honolulu. She will also call there
on her return. It is very probable
'that the steamers of tho lino will
hereafter all touch at Honolulu,
both going and coming.
A QUAirmtLY DIVIDEND OF
IX. tin eo dollars per sl-arc will be paid
to the stockholder's of WildcrsSteatuahip
Co., at their ofllco on Thursday June H0,
1857. S. B. IlOilJ, tfer'y.
Honolulu Juno 127, 1837. 72 4t.
rpiIK UNDEKSIGNED HAVING
JL been appointed Assignees of the
Estate of Ka Hui Ka'cpao Nawalclua, a
Company doing lm-lncss In Wnllicc
Maul, Bankrupt, all pcisons indebted to
said estate are hereby notified to pay
the same Immediately to the undersign
ed. W. O. PAKKE.
Assignees of tho Estate cf
Ka Hui Kalepao Nawaiclua.
Honolulu J line 25 18S7. 71 It
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
WILL TAKE PUCE JULY 1st
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite W. G. Irwin & Co's.)
EG AN & O
Notice to Greditors!
PA. DIAS.OF KOIIALA, HAWAII.
having made an assignment of all
his property to the undcrslgucd for the
benclit of his creditors, ull persons lmv.
lug claims against tho said estate will
present tho same to J. M. McUhcsncy, at
tlio olllco of Mr. W. McOlicney & Sons,
42 and -11 Queen street, Honolulu, with
in IS days. All persons owing tho said
P. A. bias, will make Immediate pay.
meat. J. M.McCHESNEY.
Honolulu, June 28 1837. W 2w
FIVE STALLS FOIt HOUSES, WITH
wagon sheds and barn tor Feed,
and ot'jer conveniences. For pattlcn
l.irs, apply at this oillce. tii 1ml
LEASE OF LAKG13 BUSINESS
premises at Koliula, Hawaii, Suit
able lor store. A good opening for a
With numerous bod rooms, as there is
dent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine CnstoiiijMaile Clothing,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks andTValises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Honolulu, IT. T.
iir.u kksiaiikaiim; hi'kcd iihbt shown
IN LIGHT WINDS.
London, June f. From what has
hec'n said of tlio new Scotch cham
pion Thistle during the past week,
it i8 certain that sho is n much faslor
and much nioro dangerous yacht in
light -winds than in heavy hreczos.
Ail tlio yachtsmen in England have
hcen watching her performances,
and the unanimous opinion is that
ejio jf the fastest yacht over pro
duced on this sldq pf tho Atlaijtio,
and tlmt with even clmnees nnd fair
sailing tho America's oun will bo
fought for tlil9 timo moro hotly and
In closer-contested races than eltlior
tho Gencstn or Galatea over have
sailed. Tlio nice of last Saturday
gnvo an- opportunity to judge tlio
Thistle in light airs, the vaco virtu
ally being a diiftlng match. She
heat tho (Joncsta nearly throo hours.
In tlio raco on Monday at Harwich
sio was caught in n fog and couldn't
llnd (ho ttfrnjng buoys aijd was
In tho channel mutch to South
Tlio "Times" is keeping up an in
cessant war upon tho FaincUitPs. It
has reproduced Patrick Foul's dyna
mite address from tho "Irish World,"
February 10, 1881, and states that
the whole conspiracy, whethor car
ried on by mealy-mouthed gentlemen
who sat at London dinner tables, or
by friends who organized arson and
murder, was one and indivisible.
Gladstonp's tour through tho pro
vinccs was very suocossful.
The Umbria, of the Cunaid lino,
inado tlio paEsago from Quocnstown
to New York in six days, 5 hours.
Stanley's Congo expedition is mak
ing slow but successful progress.
Tho United States is to have u
Tlio Oregon Pacific Uailroad is to
Wm. Q, Chandler ms been elected
U, S. senator from New IJampshiro.
jiu is a staiwart Jiopuuiicnn.
A London special says that Lands
owno will be mado a duke in connec
tion with tho distiibution of jubileo
Tho Canadian Ministry is to bo
During a circus performance at
Noschi, Juno 7th, a lamp was over
turned, and the building set on lire.
Many weio killed and about 300 lost
M. Risties, the new Premier of
Servia, is a man of Btrong pro
Russian sympathies. His elevation
is t'onsidcicd n check to Austria and
u gain fqr Russia lu tho Ilalkans,
Tho Government accoptcd tlio
Gladstono will closo tho debate
on tho hill Friday tho 17th, with a
criticism on coercion and tlio general
policy of tho Government in Ireland,
Smith proposes to stop tho dobato
and declare tho hill through tho
committeo stage at 10 v. m. on Fri
day. It is expected that tho mombers
of tho opposition will thereupon,
without voting, leavo the IIouso in a
Two gentlemen connected with
the British Museum aro preparing ft
1 work on original charters from tho
Conquest to tho deatli of King John.
Tho "Hindoo Patriot" states that
several novels have lately been writ
ten by Hindoo ladles In Bengali,
somo of which aro of oonsldorahlo
Sir John Lubbock, the friend of
anlmols, particularly of tho ant, is
soon to bring out n voluuui of essays
uiidor'ihu title of 'tTho Pleasures qf
a want or a restaurant nnd rooming
in Koliala, and by propir
would bo a lucrative busU
It is in tho center of the white and
native population with over U.OOO feet ol
Moor spaco nnd stands on a large lot
with closo fence, laige water supply and
every convenience, Kent ? 10 a month.
to run, will spu at a
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Ibo, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat nnd Oat?, being cookedby Steam, and
only requiring a short time to prepare them for the table.
tSJ-Thc most nutritious food known.tSa
Also, Germca, Gem, Grtilmm Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Hate?, Piunes, Nuts, liaising,
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, iVc.
Also, liroom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
Olms, liustace, - - EQiig- Street.
Lease J") years
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IN
Houhihi. Having a frontage on
King street of GO feet adjoining tho now
brick stores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to the estate of tlio lat TIkm.
Meek. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen stzcet, Honolulu, June lit, 'Js7.
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Penwicola
and Lunalilo Hts., which can be
divided Into two or moro building lot.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1051 Of West. Dow & Co.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Maiej perfectly
safo to drive by ladies
or children. Apply to
At No. 'JO Queen St.
O WHALE BOATS
O Wlmlo Boit,10 feet
KJ iVIUUO IJO'H, iiu lcui mil:, a loci
dcop; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Bo.it!, j
1 18 feet Surf Boat ; 2 Dickcd I'luuRcr,
10 feci long, 0 feet 0 Inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and Mills all
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and Bans an complete, ahiuv io.
E, II. UYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. Ql tf
COCKfcFOOT, UYK GHASS i:jGt
LISH BED OLOVEH, COW
ATTENTION OP ALL INTEIt-
in liniirovinir the pnstuiu
lands of tho Islands is (ailed to tlio
abovo valuable! seeds, which wc ofl'er for
sale In lots to tut )iiireliafeM.
Wo have also on hand sample lots of
Win to Clover, English Alsyke, Timo
thy, Hlb Guns, Oio3tcd Dob's Tall, Tall
Fcccuo, Italian Bye Grass ami Lucerne
pedis, which wo oiler In miall loU for
tilal, and will nho r colvo otdcrs for
(pmniillc of not less than half a ton
wcIkIUi nu J .eci.te onic w 1th dispatch.
b' " WM,0. IBWIN&QO,
The Undersigned, F. IIOKX, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest sutisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad,- hut also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on ail stato occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehainehn IV, Kaniclmnieha V and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
witli tho delicacies produced in my establishment; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business,
I'l-artlcul Confootlunor, Pantry Cook andOrnamintci lit Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Botwoen Hotel and Nuuanu StreetB,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 am) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo nssortuicnt of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
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