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TIIUKSDAY, JUNE 30, 1887.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolnu
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .r A Cummlus-281 bugs of sugar,
u ml 4 calves.
Bktuc Planter. W ltl'errlmun
Ugtue Consttelo, Cousin.
Bk Cnlbarleu. l'erkhis
Bk Don Carlos, .Tacobson
Bktno Morning Star. Turner ,
Bk O O Wulttnore, Thompson
Bk Snranac, bhaw
Bk Lady Lnmpson, Marston
S.lir Eva, Wlkinnn
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
,. Tub ' Volunteer Companies wcio
J ordered at the l'nluco this noon.
To-Monnow is the day for Mr. Lewis
J. Levey's regular cash sale.
Btkamkus Likelike, Kinau and
Mokolii arc duo hero Saturday morn
ing. Everybody, irrespective of nation
ality, is invited to the Fourth of July
Tun S. 8. Mariposa is duo hcio
to-morrow from the Colonies, en
route for San Francisco.
Tub Bum.btiK Summary at 9:30
o'clock to-morrow, with ull the bensa
tions of the past three weeks,
Tin: Hon"1 hi Hilles were ordered
nt their armory at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, in fatigue uniform, with
ilrcarms and ammunition.
At 12 o'clock business houses
began to closo their doors and iU 1
.o'clock the town was dehortcd. The
cxcitonient was intense.
The Milkmaid's Concert, announc
ed for to-morrow evening, has been
, .indefinitely postponed, owing to the
unsettled condition of the com-
Cai-tain King, Superintendent of
Wilder'- S. S. Co., in rcsponbo to a
dispatch, leceived by lion. S. (J. Wil-
jij dor by the last mail, will proceed to
V San Francisco by the Australia.
One of tho new water pipes at tho
-" boat-landing was placed on two
wheels last night, and brought to
bear on squads "ol i pcpplo who thought
the thing an inferflWl machine.
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By tho steamer J. A. Cummins,
which arrived last night, it is learned
that Koolnu is beiug deserted of
men. They aro coming overland to
Honolulu to hear the news and take
part in the dance.
At tho meeting of Mystic Lodge,
No. 2, K. of T., last evening, Mr. T.
J. Crowley, D. G. S., of Cal was
presented wjth a magnificent cocoa
nut wood enne, gold mounted and
THERK.wa8 a danco on board tho
U. S. S. Adams yesteulay afternoon.
Tho King and representatives of for
eign nations wero among the invited
guests. Tho yards were manned on
the arrival and doparturo of His
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF K. OF P.
At the meeting of Mystic Lodge
last evening, tho following ofllcerB
were elected for tno ensuing year ;
C. C, A. Gartenberg.
V. 0., J. Both well.
P., T. O'Brien.
M. at A., L. Kenacke.
K. B. and SM F. Waldron.
I. G., J. McLean.
O. G..C. W. Zeigler.
A flsh seller ot the Honolulu Fish
Market has been commissioned as a
special policeman for the district of
Kona, this island. This man, along
with GO others, was indicted at tho
April Term 1874 of tho Supremo
Court, on a charge of riot, and was
found guilty by a jury of his coun
trymen, and ordered to pay a fine
of $75. Whether ho has since been
restored to his civil rights or whether
tho Government is afraid that ho
will again help to. create another
riot, has not beenascertained, but
it is a fact that he has received his
commission as obovc.
NEW OVERLAND PASSENCER AGENCY.
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co., of 28
Merchant streot, have been appointed
agents at Honolulu for railway lines
ixcross America with authority to
issuo tickets through to New York,
Boston, and Eastern Cities, via the
Great Builington ltouto, and intend
ing passengers from Honolulu will
consult thejr best interest by procur
ing their tickets hero and thus avoid
troublo and inconvenience on aruval
nt San Francisco.
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RUMORED DISTRIBUTION OF
It having been rumored last night
and early to-day that tho Hawaiian
Opera House, or Music Half, as it
was originally named, had been used
by an alleged agent of an ox-Cabinet
Minister as a rendezvous for hiring
and enrolling fighters, and distribut
ing riileB to intimidate, if not to as
saslnato prominent citizens, tho pro
prietor of tho building took prompt
steps to-day to allay public appre
hension that li migut no ubvu
point of attack. The Hall Is In tho
hands of Mr. Mayhow who s lading
a new iloor for the Fourth of Jujy
celebration, and ho stated that tho
ta-nrlt could not bo completed In timo
if tbo building be closed to-day. Iu
that contingency Mr. Win. G. Irwin
notified the Fourth of July Commit
tee and placed tho building In their
charge. This was nt once assuring
and satisfactory, and peaceable citi
zens thenceforth had a guarantco
that the Music Hall would not con
cealed a masked battery.
LAST NIGHT CONCERT.
Tho band concert nt tho Hotel last
evening was unusually well, attended,
and tho audience wero gieeted with
an excellent programme. Tho ac
commodations on the vciandahs and
elsowhero wero in nccordanco with
Manager Baitlott's usual provision
for public accommodation.
Our fortnightly Summary for
transmission abroad will bo publish
ed at 9:30 to-morrow morning.
This Issue will consist of 1G pages.
An extra number will bo printed, to
meet the extraordinary demand.
Orders should be in early, and may
be sent to Mr. Soper, Mr. Hcwctt,
or to this olllce.
The Eoyal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Thomas Square
at 7:30 o'clock. Following Is the
Overture Romantic Bcla
Fliiulc Rlgolctto Veidt
Reminiscences of Weber Godfrey
Selection Ermlule Takobowftky
Seliottlsehe Slightly on the Mnsh.Seml
( horus Rlenzl Wagner
Quadrille The Times Coote
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Following are tho names of pas
sengers booked to leave for San
Francisco by the S. S. Mariposa due
here to-morrow :
Mrs. J. A. Hopper and daughter,
Miss M. Stuart, Miss E. Sherat,
Miss A. Moore, Mrs. Hanford, 11.
II. Wood and wife, Dr. M. Gross
man, II. Emanuel, Sir II. Gooch
nnd servant, W. It. Castle and wife,
Miss M. Swartz, T. B. Foster and
wife, Mrs. Cliapin and daughter,
Miss M. Atherton and three Athcr
ton children, W. W. Bluff, and J.
The following arc booked to leave
by the Australia:.
W. C. Parke and wife, Misses J.
and B. Parke, W. W. Hall and fura
ily, Mrs. Watkins, Mrs. Brown and
G children, 11. B. Hitchcock and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Jns.
Cowan and wife, W. G. Hunt, and
wife, Miss Hayes, Mrs. J. P. Bane
croft, J. P. Cooke, Mrs. T. Furlong,
W. Alexander, J. D. Stephins and
grandspn, Bcv. E. C. Oggel and
wife, Miss Jvers, Miss Carroll, S. C.
Dozter, E. C. Atkinson and family,
W. Johnston and wife, E. J. Croly
and wife, Dwight Holllstor,and wife,
Mrs. P. B. Green, Miss Carrie
Goodhue, T. J. Crowley nnd wife,
E. B. Hodges and wife, G. E. Whit
ney, Miss E. Tucker, Mons. Freer
wife and 2 daughters, S. F. Dune
and wife, Emanuel Lewis, T. Var
ney, Mrs. Graham, C. B. Dcmptcr,
J. V. dtfLnvcaga, Dr. Pugli, E. M.
Miller, Mrs. Hawes and daughter,
L. Hart, Mrs. G. 13. Hall, Miss J.
Watson, W. T. Ellis, F. II. New
ton, B. D. Walbridge, Judge C. F.
Hart and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
erts, J. A. Cummins, Tom Cum
mins, Miss Alexander, F. II. Aus
tin and wifo, B. M. Cheesoborough,
C. E. Williams, W. M. Cheesobo
rough, Princo Edward, J. B. Vood,
C. W. Dickey, Mrs. Small, Goo.
Poulet, T. B. Walker and wife, L.
B. Mead, C. L. Niel, Miss Gold
smith, Mr. Goldsmith, Major
Stouehill, Capt. King, and II.
LOSSES ON SUGAR CARCGES.
The national Board of Marine
underwriters have recently given at
tention to tho subject of damaged
sugar, a matter which has led to
many questions between tbo compa
nies and tho shippers. Most of tho
damage, it has been ascertained, is
duo to the practlco of packing sugar
in bags. Tho suggestion is made
by the underwriters, as being of
great importance, that tho plan
should be aciopteu oi stowing ungs
on a nlatform two to three feet from
tho vessel iloor, according to her
sizo and build, and. well dunnaged
at tho wings ; then tho aggregate or
partial losses would probably not
greatly, if at all, exceed tho losses
formerly occurring on hogshead
cargoes. Tho National Board fur-
I- ther soys :
Wo conclude tnai damage io
sugar is in neaily every case intrin
sically unimportant. With many
miners, wjh umncBwiu mu uiu
tngo of a policy which indemnifies
actual loss, tho fact is now practi
cally acknowledged ; but by cortaln
importers, particularly in other
cjties effort is made, by unfair
BeleBtipns aud exaggerated estimates
of damage, to profit by tho peculiar
ities of tho nritolo at tfio under
Tho -remedy would bo to insure
"frco ofSlalm for damage, but liablo
for lossn weight caused by sea
peril, nnd amounting o per
cent, on sum Insured."
Under this clause tho average
could safely bo reduced to two or
three per cent., and would bo a
very favorable clause on East India
shipments, whore the selections of
so called damngo aro frequently
heavy, aud with small loss in weight
compromises aro forced on tho
strength of tho largo quantities nl
legea to nave been wet.
Tho committee suggests for tho
consideration of tho Board the fol
lowing clauses for use in the insur
ance of bag sugar, and would fur
ther suggest that In case they meet
tho approval of the Board they bo
referred to the Committee on
Clauses and Form of Policy, with
such instructions as the Board may
decide upon :
"Frco of claim for damage, but
liablo for loss in weight caused
by sea peril and amounting to
"In case for claim for damage
and (or) loss in weight, under
writers are to pay only the excess of
per cent., the assurrcd to bear
the balance for usual loss in weight
and (or) damage prior to shipment."
Tho Nautical Gazette.
THE PIONEER TRIP.
Tho first trip of tho Canadian Paci
fic Steamship lino has been com
pleted by the steamship Abyssinia,
Captain Mnishall, making the pas
sago from Yokohama to Vancouver,
B. C. in 13 days and 14 hours. She
lost considciablc timo by foggy
weather nearly every day. She
brings twenty-two cabin passengers
for Liverpool, New York and other
points, and eighty Chinese thirty
nine for San Fiaucisco. Tho cargo
consibts of 2,830 tons, mostly tea, for
New York, Chicago, Toronto, Mon
treal, Boston and other points; 9,553
packages mcichandisc for San Fiau
cisco, and 14 bags mail. Tho voyage
out was uneventful. For tho fust 8
days tho weather was changeable,
with light winds and foggy weather.
At intervals from then until tho last
of the trip tho.weathor was fine and
pleasant. Not a sail was set until
the last day out, when, on entering
tho Straits of San Juan do Fuca, a
smart breero spinng up nnd the bails
were shaken for the first nnd last
In speaking of tho trip across,
Captain Marshall said that ho thought
that it would soon bo tho favoiiteono
for all travelers from China and
Japan to Emope, as by taking this
route the traveler would avoid tho
terrible heat that is experienced in
taking the tiip via the Sue. Canal.
He said that in a very short timo
vessels making tho voyage in ten
days would be crossing fiom Van
couver to Yokohama. This louto
was an important one nnd would
boon take tho first place. Vancouver
had the advantage of over San Fran
cisco in tho length of tho voyage and
in a finer trip across the continent.
Tho harbor ho considers as excellent
and one of tho best ho has ever
brought a vessel into.
THE WORLD'S METROPOLIS.
A special telegram to the "Chro
nicle" dated, London, June 20th
says, on the subject of Queen Vic
toria jubilee "London is crowded,
packed and jammed. There never
was a greater crowd in tho city.
Every hotel lias turned away guests
by hundreds. The streets along tho
line of the procession have been so
choked this afternoon with carriages
of sight-seers that it promises badly
for-to-morrow. If the crowd Is so
great twenty-four hours in advance
of the actual proceedings, what will it
be when tho Queen actually begins to
move to the abbey? Every ono is
making calculations to be at his post
to-morrow at 8 o'clock. A number
of guests at tho abbey will bo on
hand at 0 o'clock, although it is now
eaid that the doors will not be opened
there until 9 o'clook. In Cockshiro
this aftoruoon carriages were six
abreast on each side of tho street.
The police worked like Trojans all
day to keep this tremendous lino
Tho pollco aro very vigilant in
guarding against possible dynamite
outrages to-morrow, but there has
been a dynamite scare. Thero has
been a vague report that some of the
dynamiters propose to make use of
this jubilee day for a demonstration,
but it is baldly possible. The police
have examined tho bnggago of every
arriving passenger for months. De
tectives hove swarmed in directions
where tho least suspicion has point
ed. There aro extra police in re
serve all over London, and at tho
slightest sign of a demonstration of
the disloyal character arrests will be
made. In the loyal temper of the
great crowd which has thronged to
day there woud be found plenty of
material for lynching a dynamiter If
any one should be found wild enough
or insane enough to sock to make an
Tho Queen arrived at Paddington
this afternoon. There was not a
very largo crowd present, a3 tho
exact hour of arrival of her train
was not known. Sho was in black,
with a small black bonnet perched
up high on her thick iron-gray hair.
She was looking very happy and
contented. The austere look was
gono from her face. Her lap was
filled with flowers. She smiled and
nodded to right and left, ns if she
wero upon tho eve of the happiest
day of her life. At her right sat
tho Princess Beatrice and Prince
Ilcnrs of Battcnherg. Tho Queon
was escorted by a small division of
tho Household Guards down Edge-
ware road to Marble Arch, whence
she went to Buckingham
jvhero the greater part of
Tho decorations throughout tho
city aro very general. Stars, crosses
nnd crowns ornament every building
along tho lino of march, and are
shimmering and lwjnking Jo-night
upon every public building and busi
ness house- in London. In fiontof tho
Mansion Housu iu tho city the crowd
bus been the greatest this ovnuiug.
Thero it has been Impossible to even
fight your way through, even with
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tho aid of tho police. Tho decora
tious on the Mansion House, the
Boyal Exchango and the bank arc
tho handsomest in the city. The
cntiro front of tho three great build
ings aro covered with Innumerable
designs in the shape of crowns and
stars and festoons of lights. Along
tho lino of march flags aro flying
from every window. Vcuitian masts,
with alternate spears nnd crowns,
wrapped in red, support long
streamers of evergreen on both sides
of the way.
Thero will bo fully from 3,000,000
to 4,000,000 of people on the streets
to-morrow. How they are to be
handled Is ono of the problems.
Very stringent police orders have
been issued forbidding wagons to go
but one way on certain streets whore
the pressure will bo the greatest. In
addition to the great crowd which
London naturally provides, it is
roughly estimated that there aro nt
least 250,000 of visitors from tho
provinces and from foreign countries
hero for the purpose of witnessing
tho ceremonies to-morrow. Scats
have reached to-day the phenomin
ally high prices of 10 guineas for
especially favored places.
SAN FRANCISCO TO ENGLAND.
(Coullmicd fiom ycatcidny.)
fair ono ; a month or so later in tho
year the view would bo a better one.
Nature, was only commencing to put
on her spring garb, when fully
dressed she must indeed look very
beautiful there. New York has
many good hotels, I was fortunate
in securing a good room at tho Mur
ray Hill, very near to tho Central
Bailway Station. This is a new
hotel with all modern improvements,
an elevator to carry you from Iloor
to floor, an electric bell to each
room, and every precaution against
lire. It is a six-story building,
built of red brick, with an aristo
cratic clerk and negro porters, whose
chief fault is, they use too much of
a funeral gait when on an errand.
There is much to see iu New York
to a stranger j many largo and won
derful buildings ; more use is made
of nir Rpnoe in building than in any
other place I know of, for there aro
edifices of fourteen stories, rathoi
higli the fourteenth story to count
earthquake shocks in. Tho olovated
railroad is another wonder, support
ed by iron pillars, it runs along on
a level with tho upper-story win
dows of the houses, not very con
ducive to privacy but I was told
that property has not deteriorated
in valuo on that account, but to the
contrary has increased twenty-five
to thirty percent in value since tho
roads have been in operation, tho
rapid transit certainly a great boon
to New York workers, enabling them
as it were to go to and from their
work so quickly. On one of theso
rpads, running to Harlem, from 5 to
o p. jr., ono hundred trains nro run
carrying people to their homes. I
missed seeing much in Now York
that I reserved for my homeward
Having taken berths on the B. M.
S. S. Euturia, of the Cunard line,
wo left the wharf punctually at
10:30 a.m., on 30th April, amid
tho hurrahs, waving of handker
chiefs, etc., of a largo and woll
dressed crowd, assembled to bid
good bye to friends ; two powerful
tugs draw us out into the cast river
nnd left us, and our beautiful vessel
under a good head of steam passed
rapidly down towards the ocean, a
beautiful panorama was opened to
us as we left tho great city beliini.
Brooklyn bridgo, far in the distance,
looking like a web in tho hazy at
mosphere, tho great wharves and
ware-houses, hugging, ns it were the
river's edge, whilo some of the
larger buildings stand prominently
out as land marks. To the right of
us is the statue of liberty, looking
very large and massive but not 60
impressive as I imagined ; the atti
tude looking at it from a distnnce,
is hardly natural; n near view
might possibly dispel this feeling,
but this was my impression. Spoil
wo left New Yoik nnd Its approaches
behind us, and at 1:30 v. m., left
tho pilot and started on our ocean
A description of tho Eturia may
not be hero out of place. Her
length over all is 520 feet, breadth
57 feet 3 inches, gross tonnage
8,000 tons, She is entirely built pf
steel, and is divided into 10 water
tight compartments, and fitted with
fireproof and waterproof doors,
giving access from ono part of tho
ship to tho other, is registered to
carry 1,000 passengers, has 10
boats, 8 of which nro lifeboats, the
engines are of 11,000 horse power;
she Is tho fastest vessel crossing the
Atlantic, one of her lato trips being
under six days. Our voyage on tills
occasion was a delightful ono, bless
ed with exceptionally lino weather
with scarcely any wind, a nice com
pany of passengers (over five hun
dred aud nearly all first class) tho
timo passed pleasantly enough in
anuisotncnts, loading, conversation,
etc., pleasant acquaintances that are
parted from with regret aro often
made on such a trip as this. The
Friday evculng beforo arrival in
Liverpool a concert in aid of two
seamen charities in New York and
Liverpool, was given on bpard and
netted over 55200; the music and
singing wero exceptionally good and
wero a rare treat to all. Queens
town harbor was reached on Satur
day morning, May 7th. Holyhead
was passed in tho afternoon, and at
7 i'. M, wo wero qutsido the bar of
tho Morsoy, where two stcnin tenders
were awaiting us, into which with
our baggage wo were transferred
aud lauded pn tlm lauding stage at
Llvcrnool at 0 o'clock.
Tho following Is the Elrurla's run
on this trip: May 1st, 407; 2nd,
438; 3rd, 428; 4th, 420; 5th, 430;
Cth, 441 ; 7th, 570.
Tho sight on landing at Liverpool,
was an animntcd one, the waiting
rooms were crowded with the many
passengers and their friends and the
amount of baggage owned by them
was something to contemplate. I
got my baggage checked and passed
at 12 v. si., and at that time there
seemed as much baggage as when I
first looked at it, another dynamite
scare had occurred and customs olll
cers had orders to use extra precau
tions. After one day's stay in Liver
pool (Sunday), on which I noticed a
curious custom, tho Btore windows
are not shut but left to tho gaze of
tbo public, it strikes a stranger as a
peculiar innovation. This, my first
day in England was a beautiful one,
a real spring dny, of which the peo
ple seemed to take advantage being
out in crowds. Leaving Liverpool
on Monday, 9th May, we arrived
hero on tho same day aud nro taking
needed rest in this quiet rural
neighborhood, after our long voy
age. Tho weather, since our arrival,
with tho oxecption of one or two
days, has been very cold, and has
made us sigh for somo of our beauti
ful island sun.
Jubile preparations are going on all
over tho conntry but'there are many
dissenting voices against the large
sums of money that arc to be waste
fully spent, at n timo when there is
so much distress in tho country, for
instance 17,000 is to be spent in
decoration of Westminster Abbey
on the occasion of the Queen's visit.
This is an agricultural neighbor
hood and I have conversed consider
ably with the farmers, but they all
tell the same talc decreased crops
owing to bad seasons, and the low
prices ranging. It does not pay to
plant grain in England at tho pre
sent time, and raising slock offers
but little better prospect.
Homo Bulc is gaining ground in
England. Mr. McArthur, a homo
ruler, was returned yesterday for
St. Austell by the immense majority
of over two thousand.
Grave rumors arc circulating with
regard to the Afghan frontier and
Bussia troublo is likely to occur be
tween England and Bussia on this
matter and that before long. Aloha
England, May 19, 1887.
Great preparations arc being made
for tho coming floral festival at
Vienna, and it is expected that over
4,000 carriages will be iu the pre
cession. BUSINESS ITEMS.
TF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
X hack, don't hesitate, but ltlmt up
U35 both Telephones. CO lot.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by (ho "Australia" a very lino
and beautiful assortment of stylish mll
llnciy goods. Her former stock of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at eost. Ladles w ould do well to call at
once. u'l lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
Is pproud every evening in tliu bur
room, and patrons will find cvor thing
to suit the tustu of the ino.U fastidious
eplcurt'3. 47 tf
HAVING recently engaged a fl.st.
class Ulliler and Mouliling Maker,
we nro now fully pupared to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor nnd I'lc'uru
Frames made over as goqd as new, nnd
nt prices within the reach of all. The
public aro inltcd to call and inspect
ionic of this work. Hcmcmbcr, any
thing that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Gold, Urono, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BltUS., Am- Stohk. 17
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
olleicd for salo by GONSALVKS &
CO., Qnccn Street. 01
AQUAUTCHLY DIVIDEND OF
thiccilollurspcrs'ure will bo paid
to the stockholder's of WlldcrsStcainsliip
Co.. at their olllco on Thursday Juno !JO,
18S7. B. II. HOiK, f'c-G'y.
Honolulu Juno 7, 1837. 73 4t.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED HAYING
X been appointed Assignees of the
Estate of Kn Hul Kaicpnn Nnwaiolun, a
Company doing business in Wnilicu
M'ltii, Bankrupt, all pcisons indebted to
said eatato aio hereby notified to pny
tho miiuo imuiediatelv In the undotsigti.
etl. W. O. PAlllvE.
Air Igur-us of tlm E-tntn ( f
Ka Uui Kalt'pao Nawaielu i.
Honolulu Juno 25 1817. 71 41
Notice to Creditors!
15 A. DIAS.OP KOIIALA, HAWAII,
. liftWng miide nn assignment of all
his proporty to tho undersigned for I ho
hereflt of his creditors, all peison-t luiv.
Inir claims ncalnst tliu said estnt) will
present tho eamo to J. M. McChouicy, nt
tho olllco of Mr. W. McOhcsnoy Sons,
12 nnd ! t Queen street, Honolulu, with
in 1,5 days. All persouB owing tho said
P. A. i)iat, will make inimcilbito pny.
Honolulu, June 28 1887, 711 2w
I?IVH STALLS VOKHOIISI, WITH
wngon Rlirdi and b.un for Fred,
mil of er cniivculi neea. For pntlluu,
l.ns, Hpulyat tliisnfllcu. niIinl
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 coluins. iJ pur mimiuii
n 1 1 m mi'mfmjiii-mii nmMm:
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
WILL TAKE PLACE JULY 1st
S. EHRLICH, 63
(Opposito W. G.
Gent's, Youth's aud Boy's Fioe CiistomMailc Clothing,
flats, Caps, Fuvniohing Goods, Trunks andlVnlises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND. MERCHANT STS.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat,
lso, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Aro nn entirely new preparation of whoat and OaU, being cnokcrijiy Slcnm and
only requiring a short time to prepare them for the labjr;.
B-The most nutritious food known.iga
Also, Gormen, Gein, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Hnlibut, limns, Bacon, Choice Dates, l'runef, Nut-, Itatsins
Nn w Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &v.
AUo, Uroo.n Corn, excellent for chicken feod, for sale by
Clias, XZunta.ee, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Kospuclfully informs tho public tlmt from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, us given in former
years, not only abrourt, but also in Honolulu. Having references (latin?
back as far as the year "-k
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select war.
ties given by their late Majesties Kameliamelm IV, Kamchamelm V, and
Luna hlo, nnd having the honor of supplying tho present royni household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; having over foitv veir'
practical experience in this line of business. 3
F. HORN, ,
JVnetlral ilonrcrtlcnci-, Pantry Cook aiidmnuiciitcp iu Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Botweon Hotel and Nuuanu StreetB,
Both Telephones No, 74. (05 am) Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at
A large assortment of-
Comprising the wolMcnown brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUDBOPvGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
JLT'ov Sale a, Ifceasonialle, 3L?rioeN.
1502 WHOLESALE AND RETAILa
i . fcijyitth--a--- -Y -" f ' . rfrSi riTn iff1 '"VtT TlMM ..s-iP
and 65 Fort Street,
Irwin & Co's.)
& CO. ,
Hollister & Co.