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A Few More.
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
I 'or SIAH. At
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 7, 1H88.
March (1- , ,,,
Stmr Iwnlmil for Lnbulna mid Ilniiinhun
Stmr Walnlcnle for Klltuieu nnd llaua
lel nt 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bark O I) Bryant for San Francisco
1 p in
1'or Windward Porta, per Klinui,
March 0 Hon J Richardson, lion J
Mnguho, Ucv A O Forbes, Rev T V
Moore, DrYomoslilto, S Klinura, S '1'
Alcxandor, W IJ Cuinnilns, Mrs II
.viiillcrand child, Chung Lung, lion W
C Pnrkc, and about i0 deck.
For Kaunl, per Mikahalu, Mnicli 0
JIonPPKanon, Hon G JN Wilcox, F
Fukushlum, Mrs K Ii Kauai, V It l.aw
luucu, A Kobliibon, Mr, Kirehoff and
child, :i Chinese and about -10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Canute 2, 100 bags sugar.
Wary Foster L4U0 bags sugar.
C It Bishop D81 bags sugar.
In New York City, Feb. 15th. Mm.
Mary E. Kendall, (only siter of Mr. C.
A. Brown of this city), ago 3U year? and
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Quekn Kapiolani paid an early
visit to tho Insane Abyluni this
Mkssus. Lewis it Co., Fort street,
have secured tbo bole right to sell
Tun Superintendent of Water
Works calls for tenders for the erec
tion of nn engine house.
Tin: Minister of Interior invites
tenders for tbo erection of an addi
tion to the kerosene warehouse.
Tim Royal Hawaiian Hand played
nt Princess Liliuokalaui'a residence,
Palatini, this morning.duringii break
fast given there.
Tim two sailors belonging to the
whaler Ohio, who got ashore at Wai-
kiki, in ono of the Lagoda's boats,
night before last, wcio caught yos-
tci day, and $S0 were paid for their
Tim lease of land on the southeast
side of Kilauea street, now occupied
by the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company, will be sold at auc
tion, at the front entrance of Aliio
lnni Hale, at 12 o'clock noon to-morrow.
Tub Union Feed Co. have been
awarded the contract to supply the
Government Stables with hay, bran
and oats, for six months, beginning
Mar. 1st, and J. F. Colburn the con
tract to supply whole and rolled
. i.i . .
The following aic designated by
the Boaul of Health as places of
quarantine, temporarily : Tho S. S.
Australia, the Hawaiian bark Kaimi
loa, the cottage of M. Ilymaii, Fort
street, the cottage of II. A. l'armalee.
Beretauia street, and the Dudoit
House, Hawaiian Hotel premises.
The boat-landingatBrewer's wharf
was the liveliest place in Honolulu
to-day. IJeside3 an unusually large
number of shore boats and boat
boys, there were several whaling
crews there, and the coming in
and going out of the men-of-war
launches and gigs kept tho spot
humming with liveliness.
CAUGHT AT NIU.
A blue-jacket belonging to tho
U. S. S. Marion was discovered
early this morning, in civilian dress,
at Niu, on the other side of Dia
mond Head, and brought to Hono
lulu. When being taken aboard
the ship by a policeman, ho laughed
as though he had played a pretty
good joke. When ho realizes that
he will havo no more liberty for
several months, his jocose smile may
ANNUAL MEETINGS YESTERDAY.
Both j.lio Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company and the People's
Ice and Refrigerator Company held
ilicir annual meetings yesterday,
pach company at its own olllee, and
pleated ollleers for the ensuing year.
Following are the ollleers of- the
Steamship Company t
T. It. Foster .President
W. B. Godfrey Vice-President
J. Ena .Secretary
W. II. McLean Treasurer
P. C. Jones . . Auditor
Board of Directors
T. R. Foster, G. N. Wilcox, V.
B. Godfrey, and J. Eua.
Tho Ice Company's ollleers are:
J. K. Wilder President
W. YV. Hall Vice-President
W. E. Foster Secretary
W. E. Wall Treasurer
W. O. Smith Auditor
Bucharest, Feb, 2J ft js repqrl
ed'that tjio RussjaN garrisons on the
I'russian frontier Imyp been rein,
forced in tho last fortnight by sev
eral brigades, which arc on a war
footing. There arc four cavalrj'
regiments near Frinczow which di
rectly menace Cracow.
If yon wnut n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAK & CO.-
Tho Pioneer Steam Uandy factory
dot's not sell (imported) Stale- Choco
late Ciounia for lioine-inado, but its
own ficsh and sunuiior iiitiolo made
by 1 Hoiin, tbounly Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, wboso Chal
lenge his would-be competitor daie
not accent. 82
ji J1.1..11 i i,i.T..iu
OUil NEXT SUMMARY.
Will bo issued on Saturday
March 10, and will contain CO
columns of purely local matter re
lating to the Islands; and is the
very best paper to bend abroad.
There is a rumor afloat to the ef
fect that Mr. Theo. II. Davics is
about to receive the appointment of
Hawaiian Consul t London. If
there is tiny solid foundation for
this rumor, and apparently there is,
it looks ii little strange, considering
that the gentleman is at present
British Vice-Consul at Honolulu.
Miss M. A. Robinson, Mr. Geo.
King, wife, 5 children and servant,
Miss M. McChesney, M. R. Wal
lace, Miss Mary E. Conway, Mr. II.
Rogers, wife, and 2 children, and
Anney, will be off to-morrow nt 1
o'clock p. in., for San Francisco by
the bark C. D. Bryant. Anney is
a native Hawaiian and is going
abroad with Mr. King.
Mr. A. G. Spanieling, the famous
baseball player of America, (cousin
to Mr. Geo. Smith, of Benson and
Smith, of the city) with 22 picked
baseball players of the United
States, are expected to arrive in
Honolulu in a mouth or so, en route
for the Colonies. Mr. Geo. Smith,
who corresponds with Mr. Spauld
ing, has arranged to have the pro
fessional players stop here several
days, and either play with a picked
nine of local baseball men, or with
two nines from among themselves and
give a series of exhibition games.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Engine Company No. 1 will hold
their regular monthly meeting at
7:30 o'clock, at their Engine-house.
Mechanic Engine Company No.
2 will hold their regular monthly
meeting, at 7:30 o'clock, at the
The regular religious services at
the Central Union Church and at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, at 7:30
o'clock. The subject at the Cen
tral Union will be "China."
A business meeting at the Cen
tral Union Church, to deal with im
portant matters, at 8 :30 o'clock.
ABOUT TO LEAVE.
Monsieur Geo. Bouliceh, Chan
cellor of the French Legation, will
leave here by the Mariposa, on the
1 lib instant, for San Francisco, en
route for Malta, in the Mediterranean,
where ho will assume the functions
of Vice-Consul. Mons. Rouliecli
has made many friends in Honolulu,
and will be greatly missed in this
community. Mons. Bellaquet who
arrived yesterday by the Australia,
succeeds Moris. Boulieeh as Chan
cellor at these islands. The new ar
rival is spoken of as an extremely
The quarterly meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held at the room of
the Chamber of Commerce, at 10
The Women's Church Aid Societj'
will meet in the schoolroom of St.
Androw's Priory, at 2:30 o'clock
Tho Ladies' Altar Society will
meet at the Convent at 3 o'clock
The Debating Club will meet in
the hall of the Oahu Lodge, K. of
P., at 7:30 p. m. "Whether is
better, a paid or an unpaid fire de
partment for Honolulu?" will be
the subject of debate.
Among the photographs of tho
commissioned ollleers of the Hono
lulu Rides in full dress uniform
taken by Mr. J. Williams, and on
view at his place, aro notably Lieut.
Colonol V. V. Ashfoid, Major H.
F. Ilebbard, Captain-Adjutant Geo.
McLeod, Surgeon J. Brodio and
Ordnance Olllcor II. Gmin, all in
one group; Captain C. W. Ashford
and Lieutenants Cuas, McCarthy
and A. W. Caiter, also in a group;
and Company B, 33 all told, regu
larly arranged in a body. Individ
ual pictures of ollleers iii full dress
are also on exhibition.
THE STEERING GEAR BROKE.
Mr. Robt. More had a runaway
this noon. His horse, hitched to
the brake in which Mr. More was
seated, took fright at tho steam
roller, out on King street, and
bolted. Part of the steeling gear
Inoko am tho horse had it all his
own way, Mr. Moro remained in
tho brake until it struck a house on
Bethel street, when ho was thrown
out against a huge iron wheel. Mr.
More received a few bruises, whllo
but little damage was dgjio to tho
A 1'lno Iilnc or
Ladies' & Misses' Slioes,
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
A TOKEN OF ESTEEM.
Mr. J. M. Sass, who baa been
manager of the People's Ice and
Refrigerator Company of Honolulu
since its start, retired from the cor
poration yesterday. On Monday
evening, the employees of the com
pany presented Mr. Sass witli an
elegant walking cane, made of valua
ble nalivc woods and handsomely
mounted with uold. as n token of
While several sailors were being
taken down to the whaler Stamboul,
at the P. M. S. S. wharf, by police
men, yesterday afternoon, they
broke loose and ran away. The
policemen and a crowd of natives
and others gave chase and a free
light ensued. Sullivanic blows were
exchanged. Clubs circled in the
air and the people were powdered
with the dust of seullle. In surren
dering the sailors said that if the
Police were not aided by the town,
they would not have caught a man.
Arriving at the P. M. S. S. wharf,
another light .occurred, and again
tho sailorsWerc overpowered. On
reachiiigthe ship, where disobedience
is conquered by irons, the seamen
became as docile as lambs.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nv l.r.wis .i. j.i:vi:y.
Mr. Levey will sell the household
furniture of Mons. Boulieeh, Chan
cellor of the French Legation, at the
lalter's residence, Kinau street, com
mencing at 10 o'clock, a. m, A
Mathusek pianoforte, an elegant iron
and brass bedstead, and some choice
pictures aro among tho articles to be
11Y JAMK3 1'. MORGAN.
At 10 o'clock, a. m. Mr. Morgan
will commence a closing out credit
sale of tailors goods, at Mr. Kerr's
store, Merchant street. The goods
to be sold include diagonals, tweeds,
cassinicres, broad cloths, braids,
trimmings, etc. The terms of credit
will be announced before the sale
SUPREME C0URT--IN CHAMBERS.
lUU'OUi: KUI.I, COtlKT, ! JUI)(il'.S.
Wciwr.su.VY, March 7, 1888.
In re Z. Kalai, Police Justice N.
Kohala, misconduct in ollicc.
Partly heard yesterday and con
tinued until to-day. Testimony
being heard. At 12 noon took recess
till 1 p. m,
Attorney-General and Deputy
Attorney-General for the Crown ; J.
L. Kaulukou for respondent.
During the outward passage of the
San Pablo to China four of the Chi
nese passengers were sent ashore at
Yokohama suffering from smallpox.
There were about eight hundred
passengers and they became unruly.
They complained of the bread and
water and resisted vaccination.
Finally they mado an organized as
sault upon one of the crew, when
the captain had the hose turned on
them and gave them more water
than they wanted.
The bark Planter, owned by Wil
liams, Dimond & Co., will complete
her arrangements to-day for the re
ception of the Hawaiian consign
ment of Chinese, and the long-detained
Celestials will be transferred
to her from tho Shonamloali to
morrow. Tho Bureau oi Navigation of the
Treasury Department gives notice
that the Government of Guadaloupe,
West Indies, has provided for the
exemption from all port charges, in
cluding pilotage in and out, of ves
sels of all nationalities arriving at
all ports at Guadaloupe,
Captain McGoon, late of the
Makah, will take command of the
ship Mercury,, now being repaired
at Port Blakely. Captain Larsen,
who was master of the Grace Rob
erts at tho time of her wreck near
Astoria, has bought an interest in
the Makah and will take command
of her. rS. If. Bulletin, Feb. 27.
A COLLISION OH THE UNION PACIFIC.
Denver, February 2."i. About, 2
o'clock this morning trains 1 and 18
collided with terrible forec on the
main line of the Union Pacific Rail
road near Colton, Nelir. The en
giues telescoped each other and tho
cars were piled on top of the wreck,
which immediately took fire, burn
ing a largo number of cars, includ
ing tho baggage, express and two
Pull man and ono emigrant sleeper
on train 1. 1 ho heat from the lire
was so intense that all tho telegraph
wires running alongsido of the track
were molted and for a time all com
munication was shut off. How it
came about that any of the passcn
gors escaped was a myhtery to thorn
as they watched the burning mass
which, twenty minutes bcfoie, com
posed two heavily loaded and mov
Tio passengers all did escape,
however, with but slight bruises,
excepting Engineer Powell, who was
instantly killed while trying to
check tho tho speed of Ills engine in
order to save the lives of his passen
gers. The contingent of the lattor,
which was not injured, ubsistod
those who were caught in tho wreck
IjooU nt (lie Vino Lino of
Tho Arcado-EGAK & CO.
to escape, and soon had them all out
and at the hotel, where they were
reported as doing well and none
seriously injured. The company
dispatched wrecking trains to the
scene and the track was cleared by
8 o'clock this morning. Just who
is responsible for the collision has
not yet been nnccrttiined.
The wrecked passenger train loft
Sidnej at 12 :20 o'clock, and was
running ncaily fifty miles per hour
when it 9trtick tho freight train that
was just taking the side track at
Colton. Some of the freight-cars,
which were loaded with gasoline and
oil, had not got off the main track
when the "overland llyer" struck
them, and they immediately burst
into flames. The engine turned a
complete somersault, tho tender
going on one side and the cngitie on
the other. Express Messenger C.
D. Howard barely escaped, but
managed, at the risk of his life, to
save many thousand dollars for the
Pacific Express Company. Among
the treasure were thirteen silver
bricks, five of which were melted by
the heat. Superintendent Dickson's
car and one sleeper were not injured.
A MARITIME MATTER.
Vancouver, (B. C), Feb. 27.
Captain Webber, Superintendent of
the Canadian Pacific China steam
ship line, has received a communi
cation from England sustaining his
action in refusing to allow steamers
to call at Victoria. Owners say that
it is utterly impossible in the present
condition of Victoria harbor to per
mit large ocean steamers to call
there and land mail, passongcrs or
Washington, Feb. 27. The bill
introduced in the House to-day by
Long of Massachusetts, at the re
quest of the Home Market Club of
Boston, to amend the laws relating
to the duties on sugar, taxes on to
bacco and distilled spirits, etc.,
fixes the following rates of duty:
Sugar below number 13, Dutch
standard, and less than 75 deprecs
polariscope test, seven-hundredths
of a cent per pound and two-hun-dredths
additional for everj' addi
tional degree (concentrated melada
is to be classed as sugar), above 13
and not above 1G degrees, one and
thirty-seven-hundredthsof one cent
per pound: above 1G and not above
20 degrees, ope and one-half cents
per pound ; above 20 degrees, one
and seventy-live hundredths cents
per pound. Molasses, below 5G de
grees polariscope test, two cents
per gallon. There is a bounty
elapse in the bill allowing a bounty
of SI for every ton of beets or sugar
cane raised and manufactured into
sugar in the United States, and for
every one hundred pounds of sugar
or molasses produced from maple
No part of the drawback upon
exportations of imported merchan
dise or of articles made from im
ported materials shall hereafter be
retained in the United States.
All fees of Customs officers upon
entries of imported goods for expor
tation, and all fees relating to in
spection, measurements and clear
ance manifests of vessels tire abol
ished. Taxes on domestic manufactured
tobacco are to be reduced fifty per
cent., as arc aso special taxos on
retail dealers in the same commo
dity. Provision is made for tho with
drawal free of tax from bonded
warehouses of distilled spirits or al
cohol to be used for .scientific or
manufacturing purposes or in the
GLADSTONE AND SALISBURY.
London, Feb. ?5. Gladstone in
an article in the last issue of the
" Contemporary Review" makes
another appeal to tho Conservative
party, lie says the home-rule ques
tion is one on which both parties
can co-operate. Gladstone thinks,
that America suffers in lipr internal
policies from the unsettled state of
the Irish question, the action of the
Irish in America being directed not
by American but by Irish motives,
Lord Salisbury in a, speech, at the
Constitutional Club to-night urged
the necessity of the Conservatives
organizing in older to bafllc their
enemies. Ho said he regarded the
latoeloctions as merely out post skirm
ishes which did not indicate the re
sult of a general campaign. The
Conservatives had nothing senna,
tional to offer Ireland, but tio ad
vice tliey gavo her was on scientific
U11.LJJ I ' ' XL 1
French symptoms of cancer havo
been observed in the Crown Prince's
throat. The English doctors re
frain from expressing their real
opinion frankly from a regard for
tho Princess and Imperial family,
but the "Herald" correspondent
has reason to believe that they arp
becoming moro pessimistic.
London, Fph, 27 In ho Com
mons iQ-day Sir James Feigusou, in
response to llricu, Liberal, said
there was no foundation for the
btatoinont mado by the Paris
"Temps" that England Is negotiat
ing with Turkey for Salonica, an
island commanding the Dardanelles.
Colonel King Harmon, Under-Secret
tary for Ireland,, unngimccd that the
Government would lay on the tablo
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests.
the returns from Ireland by coun
ties, showing the number 6f cases
biought against offenders under tho
Crimes Act up to the end of Decem
ber. Postmaster-General Raikcs
stated the Government had conclud
ed a contract with tho Peninsular
and Oriental Steamship Company
for the conveyance of the Australian
mails under the penalties.
The water falling over Niagara
has n power of 100,000 ton per hour
moving through lfiO feet. This
force is equal to the consumption of
200,000,000 tons of coal, the
amount annually burned by the en
tire population of the world. If
one-half of the fuel burned is used
in driving machinery, then the
power of Niagara would drive all
the inachineiy in the world, with 50
per cent to lose in transmitting.
A bill has been introduced in the
New York Legislature making it a
felony to form trusts or combina
tions to control or withhold from
the people or to raiso the prices of
any article of food, coal or neces
saries of life.
GET SOME Genuine 01tlftihluncd
Ihittcrscotch Candv. at the new
Candy Factorvl "Yum! Yum!"
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evening paper GO cents per month.
ESSRS, DODD & MILLER
huyt! jivu reeuived u Amti:tliu
anothci lot of l.iu PHILADELPHIA
LAUEIt BKKIt" in ke, which they
arc nH'criiig to their customers, 83 lw
THE ONLY READABLE PA
JL. PER in the Kingdom "The
Daily Bullcliu." CO cents per mouth.
I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
nut l reams reduced to 30 cents
per whole pound, tittlie Pioneer Eicam
Candy Factory and bakery, Hotel, be
tween Xiiuauu and Fort streets. 71
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
JL Kingdom "I'lic Dally Bulletin."
CO cents per mouth.
THRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JL colato and Coeoautit Caramels in
duced to SO cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between 'Xuuaiiu and
Fort streets. 71
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Bulletin 51 ets per month
URE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
null Vanilla Chocolate Cream.(de
lieious) i educed to 110 cents per wliolo
pound, nt tlie Pionu'.ii Sti:m Caxhy
Factory Anh Haki'.uy, Hotel, nr.
nvr.r.N Xijuanu ani Fout tki:kts.
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for sale in kefjs and cnps by
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01 Queen Mrect.
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X Honolulu 'The Dally Bulletin."
50 cents per month.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN The
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JL cIussce 'Tho Daily Bullo'in."
cents per month.
CtLEAN RAGS aim second liiuul
clothing u ill be grntertilly receiv
ed for the use of tho inmates of thu
Bniuch Hospital for Lepers at Kuk.mkn,
or at the Leper b ttlincnt on Molokai,
if left with J 'v. Watetliouse, jr.. at tho
Queen Slieet Hloro. Ufcf II
MISS. 1 TIIIELE,
Oa Buretaniii HI i cut uenr l'liliol.
(Fonneily .McGulreVi House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Albo, French nnd Gerninn taught, and
JHi'lo Logons given.
Ti MumimI Telephone No. SOI. llm
AQUAKTKHLY meeting of tho
Bond of Trustees of the Qni'en'ii
Hospital will lxi held at thu tooni of
lilt, t'huinbi'r of Commerce on THIJltS
DAY ne. t ho Hth iiibtr.ut, at 10 a. m.
V. A. EOHA-KI'-Kll,
Honolulu, March 0, la88. t 2t
Notice of Election,
AT thu annuiil meeting of the stork,
holders of tbo People' loo & He.
fiige utor Co, held this day, Hie follow,
ing named persons were elected as olll
eers for the eiuuitig year:
J. K Wilder President,
W. W. Hull ,, Vice-President,
W. E. Foster,,,,.,. Secretary.
V, B, Wall.,.,., Troasuryr,
W, 0, Hmith Auditor.
Thn ubovii named ollleers constitute
a lloaid of Dlicotnr.
W. E. FOSTER,
Seen tary P. l.&U Co.
Honolulu, M'lrch 0, 1888. 8H 2w
ON Saturday nftsrimon, between
Honolulu and Eun. a hag con
taining mail mailer, nldrossod "C, A.'
Brown." Tho Under v,lll be biiitably
rewarded on returning it to Mr. Brown
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
,!UT KEUUIVKD A
LINEN LAWNS IN
Mia Tim ii Eiroiili Swisses,
Black BuMi Si at Low Prices.
K E V I M PORT ATIOX
83 & 65 Fort street.
5S Opposite Irwin & Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STEEET. HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Life Insuranco
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately l;ept nnd luopcrly adjusted.
Collotions will receive special attentio-i ami returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Bccords searched and correct Abtttacts of Titlo
Legal Documents and Papers of every ihscriplion carefully drawn undthruid.
Copying and Translating in nil hinpiinscs in general mc in this Kingdom.
Heal Eitate bought and sol 1. T.ixes imid and Pioperty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Booms, Offices and Land leised and rented, and rents collected.
Fire aud Lifo Insurance cltected in first cl.i:s lusurauce Companies.
Custom-Houss Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Leans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publisher.
Any Article purchased or bold on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention. ; ,
EST All Business entrusted to our caro will receive prompt and faithful aitonlion at
Halng had an extensive business cxpciitnce for oer twcnty.flvc years iu
Now Yotlc City and clsuwlierc. wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
Intric ito and complicated nature, or requiring met and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a ti hi.
Bill Telephone No. 274. llii-wuiiuu iJiiwiiioww Afijcnc-y-.
Inn. 7-88 ly
Telephone Both Companies 210. i O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO "J 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FHLSH GOODS from California on ICE, by each Meiuncr of the O. S. B. Co.
A COMl'MlTK LINK OH
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
just nncmvF.D ex "zkai.anuia"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DEHWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of PJ. Z. ' Taranaki Butter."
All of which wo ofl'er to Ibis Public at BEA80NABLE PIUCES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats !
By inch ariival from Now
HAVE JUST BECEIVED FSOM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
ERf1BR0!DERlES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
Just Received a? HoSIisfer & Co.'s
A large assortment of
PERFUMES! PERFUMES I
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOHGS,
EASTMAN S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
UBM DESIGNS !
Torcliory Laces !
Zealand SOMETHING FINE.