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A Few Sloro
A Fine Linn or
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests.
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.00. At
The Arcade EGAN & CO.
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
Tho Arcauo-EGAN & CO.
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SATUKDAY, MAUOII 10, 1888.
March U s
B 8 Mariposa from Colonies
. Mai oh 10
Slmr Klimu from windward polls
Stmr Llkcllko from Muul anil by ports
S S Mm lpoa foi Snn Francisco
Minr Kllauca lion for llnmnkua
llktno Fremont for Sail Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Btmr Kiuiin for tlio Volcano and way
polls at 4 p m
Stnir Llkcllko for ICahnhil at 5 p in
Stmr Lehun for Hainakua at C a in
Schr Walehu for Kiiau
From windward ports, pur I.eluia,
March 8 Hon I? U Ilaysoltlon, wife and
fnmllv. and Miss Edith Turton.
From Kapaa. Kanal, per Jns Makce,
March 0 Uol Z S Spalding, II Twcedlo
and 25 others.
From Hawaii and Maul, per W G
Hall, Maich U G W C Jones, jUian B
Wilson, J II McLean. T B Kvans. 11 S
Zlnek, A Akana, J 11 Scgclkc, Mrs C
Maconiber, 1) Speckniann, Major J II
Kah'aluwal, J Klaalna and 07 deck.
From windward ports, per Kinau,
Marcli 10 Hon Sam Barker. Hon W II
Daniels, W H Cunmiings, J .N Wright,
It 11 Hind, wife and daughter, W I.
Green, wlfo and.chlld. V 1$ Waldo and
wife, S T Alexander, W Y Horner. Jr,
K Kocpke, Rev A Ostium, Miss l'au'uhl
Judd, T C Wilder, Miss Mta Wilder, Ah
Leon;, Miss May Alexander, Mrs J 11
Jones, Judge A N Kepolkal and wife,
Wong Hau and 58 deck.
From the Colonies, per Miilpo'a,
March 10 Mr and Mrs F Sinclair, Miss
Gay, Cliarlos Gay, Mrs Robinson, Mrs
Budolt, I1JC Hines.
From Maui and by port, March 10
A Moore and wife. F Whittrock, O A
Gellatte, J Ryan, Mr Justice, J Winter,
Dr A 11 Bailey, R P Coruwell, R 1)
Walbrldge, M Kellaa, several Chinese
and SI deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinau 5,810 bags sugar, 3 horses and
90 pkgs sundries.
Surprise 5,800 bags sugar.
Waiehu lOO bags sugar.
Jas Makec 2.574 bags sugar.
Kllauca Hon tl.SOO bags sugar.
Waimanalo !i:i0 bags tugar and 100 bags
W G Hall-3,833 bags sugar, 1,201 bags
awa, 90 bags colfee, 7(i pkgs mis
cellaneous cargo, 4G hides, 25 head
cattle, 37 pigs and 1 horse.
Likelike S,105 bags sugar.
Lehna 2,500 bags sugar.
Anong the freight brought by the S S
Mariposa for this port were : 301 pkgs
machinery, 24 sheep, 0 pkgs plants, 50
sks oats, 4 iron tanks. Memorandum of
voyage: Sailed from Sydney at 5:15 pm
Feb 22nd, and had line weather to
Auckland, whore we took pilot Feb 20th
at 0 :20 p m, sailed next day at 0:50 p in,
had line weather with light to strong N
13 winds the entire passage with ex
ception of from Feb 2!ith to March 1st,
during which we had a htronggnle from
E N IS with heavy confused sea and
The Bryant took for San Francisco
27,100 bags sugar, and 250 bchs bananas.
Weight 3, 182,048 lbs. Value $1 12,GS2.35.
A1UUVAI.S AT SAN 1'IIANCIsCO.
Feb. 11, Planter, 14 days from Hono
lulu. Feb 12, S G Wilder, 1G; days from
Feb 14, S N Castle, 14 days from
Feb 10, Eva, 15 days from Honolulu.
Fob 18, F S Thompson 14)J days from
DIH'AIITDKKS KIIOM SAN FllANCISCO.
Feb 15. Ceylon, for Honolulu.
Feb 1C, Lurlluo, for Honolulu.
Feb 17, Froldrlck, for Honolulu.
Feb 22, F S Thompson for Kahului.
Feb 20, W S Bowne and Caibariau for
Feb 27, Planter, for Honolulu.
At San Dlogo, hark Viloia, 033 tons,
for Honolulu for sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: King was at Kailua by
ir you ivniil n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcauo-EGAN & CO.
Tin: steamer Bikcliko arrived this
mot ning, deeply laden. She hi ought
over 500 tons of sugar 8,105 b.igs,
1,000 of which woio from l'muiliiui.
Tin: lclativo merits of n paid nnd
an unpaid lire dupuiltiictil wi'io dis
cussed by tlio Debating Club on
Tluu-Mlny ovoning. The delink' was
uiiiiutt'd and iuluicstiiig.
Mkssiih. A. W. l'ieioo it Co. pur
oluiprd !!,000 gallons nnd upwanlsof
I'liulo sperm oil, fioin three whalotH,
at vaiious juices and hns nliondy
sold 2,000 gallons, nnd upward to
Wnavcro glad to fee the Honolulu
Boat Oiub had it practice ciow out
last night. Tho following gontle
inun went for u, iov lound the spar
buoy: "D. Moiton, T. M. Starkoy, II.
Turner, and Mr. Spalding.
JJUUUUUU llilo liuiuu nil; vniivii ,i. !-, ,
ollieiallji iiiinouiiced by th'o Ilnwn
inn Minister of Foioign Affairs :
Mons. Leon Bellaquot, whoso ar
rival and succession to Mons. G.
Botilicch was noted the other day, is
leign Allan's as
Chuneellor to the French Legation
Skvi:iiai. house-wives in tho neigh
boihood of tho old Get man Club
picniiscs, on Fort street, this morn
ing, were minus their milk and con
tainers. It is believed that some
hoodlum boys were the eulptits in
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
The Bhio llibbon entettainment,
ill the Y. IW. U. A. liall, at 7:110
Tho Arion Society will incel at
7:110, for prncticc and business.
The business has reference to the
celebration of Kinpeior William's
birthday. All members nre desired
Our summary for sending
by the steamship IIaripoa,
may conic along at any hour, is now,
ready, and may be procured at Mr.
Hon ells, the Hawaiian News Agency,
or at the olllce of publication.. It
is a good paper for sending to your
It required nearly fifty men with
pieces of timber and block and
taeklo to shove the Mariposa from
tlio wharf, this morning ho as to put
shoots in her for loading sugar. Tile
wind blowing fiom the sea, it was
dillicult to move her out from tlio
A suit in ejectment has been filed
in the Supreme Court, returnable at
the Apiil term, by the Minister of
Interior, against the trustees of the
cbtato of Bornico l'auabi Bishop.
The plaintiff prays for the iccovery
of tho Hi of Opu, situate in Pawaa,
BULLS & HEIFERS.
HARRY J. A CJ NEW
Begs leave to notify the public that he
has on hand at "Gieeiilleld,'' Kaplolanl
Park, a line lot of young Bulls and
Heifers of tho celebrated "HoWteln
Friesian" family. Selected froin the
best heid in America. The Heifers will
calve shortly. The Bull "Waterloo"
and Belter "Santa Anita." heie adver
tised, are samples, of the tock:
A wnu, known favorite base ball
player, belonging to the Honolulu
Club, lias leccived a. prcbentof a new
base ball costume in which he will
appear dining the season. His name
is not given away because ho wants
to surpiibo the people, and win the
admiration of the ladies.
A iioAT-STi;i:ui:it of the whaler
Young Pheonix got in a Hurry this
moi ning, and vowed be would not
return to the ship because tlio cap
tain was not as he would like him to
be. When a policeman appeared
with a .warrant the boat-steeior be
came very Calm, and went back to
his vessel like a chastised child.
. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this afternoon at Emma Square,
commencing at 4:!50 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Introduction Carmen 111et
Maich and Chorus Tanhauscr. Wagner
Waltz Uilda Millochcr
Overture Xabueo (new) Vcrill
Cavatina Lucia (now) Doneof i
Galop Bird's Beak (new) .... Fahrback
A oooi) piano is wanted. Seo
vcrliscmeut in another column.
Exohu.KNT weather with pleasant
Bhowers, are tho reports from Haina
kua and Hilo.
Tub repairing of tho wharf at tho
ontrnnco of tho P. M. 8. S. dock-is
Squally winds blow from tho gen
this niornig accompanied by a fino
Tjieiik in talk of a party to bo
given at tlio Hawaiian Hotel some
ovoning noxt week. (
Mn. J, Bicknoll, Kukui street, has
two horses, a buggy and harness for
sale, at tho moderate price of $210,
This Hawaiian Band wont down to
tho P. M. 8. 8. wharf at H o'clock
this afternoon to play oil' the 8. 8.
Tin: building of tho now wharf at
the Esplanade is piogieesing rapidly.
Twenty or more piles liavo been
Duhino tho last trip of tho steainor
Kilaueu Hou, a number of whalers
were seen, thrco in Molokai channel
nnd 8uyoral oil' Hanmkua.
News has been received of a
bchooner having been seen, about
threo miles off Kohala, several days
ago, bottom up. Some people from
Waipio saw the capsized schooner,
and went out to her. Whether they
ascertained her name or not, has not
been learned. The steamer Lehua
kept a look-out for the schooner, but
did not sec her.
i ii .imj j. '.uuu-m.uj.nii
Tho Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not sell (imported) Stale Clioco
lato Creams for hbmc-iuado, but its
own fresh and superior aiticlo made
by F. Hokn, tho only Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whoso Chal
lenge his would-be competitor daio
not accopt. 82
MARIPOSA'S NEW PURSER.
Mr. Thomas Smith, formerly of the
P. M. S. S. Co., has succeeded Mr.
Brewster as purser of the K. S.
Mariposa. Mr. Smith was on the
Mariposa when the last passed
through here lor the Colonies, but
on account of tlio quavantinu regu
lations, could not coino ashore.
Purser Smith, who is very obliging,
has the thanks of the IIulli-.tix for
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho usual Blue Ribbon entertain
ment will be given in tho Y. M. O.
II. hall Saturday evening, at 7:tl0
p. in. Everybody is cordially in
vited to como nnd bring their
friends. Following is tho programme:
..Miss deiinh) (liievn
...Mr. W. H.lloogs
...Mr. A.B. Miuphy
Puhsj;k Bcckloy reports that when
tho Kinau was coming in this morn
ing u whaler, name not known, had
threo boats down nutl was fast to a
wJmlo just off tho harbor,
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY
PX JAJIKS F. JIOUOAN.
THE M'INERNY BLOCK.
One of the finest blocks of build
ings in Honolulu, known as the
Mclnerny block, at the corner of
Fort and Merchant streets, and
which has been in progress for a
long time, is now completed.
The block has a frontage of 10G
feet on Fort street, and 8 1 feet on
Merchant street The Fort street
frontage has three stores, in addi
tion to the poition of the comer
store on that side. Each of these
stores has a width of about 20 feet,
with a depth of lf feel.
One large store occupies the Mer
chant street side, with a width of
about 30 and depth of fij feet.
Behind this and beloncimr to it is a
large warehouse, acccssiblo from
the store by a large doorway, and
an outside connection with Ihc street
by a tramway.
The dimensions of the corner
store arc about :!8 x 1 1 feet.
There are capacious cellars under
neath all the stores. Good3 are
raised to the upper story and lower
ed to the cellars by means of ele
vators. The windows arc all large and of
plate glass. Light and ventilation
are abundant, and the facilities for
exhibiting goods are excellent.
There is large storHge space on
the second il6"or of the corner store
and the one fronting Merchant
street: but over the three stores
fronting Fort street is a large hall,
intended for meeting purposes, etc.,
measuring -IG x GO feet, with 11 feet
ceiling. It is reached by a wide
and easy grade stairway.
The arrangements for drainage,
carrying off tilth, etc., are of the
The walls of tho building are of
brick, plastered inside, and covered
on the outside. The roof is of heavy
corrugated iron. Mr. II. Mcintosh
was the architect and Mr. E. B.
Thomas the builder.
The corner is occupied by the
proprietor of the block, Mr. M. Mc
lnerny, as a general furnishing
goods store, and was opened this
morning. The display in the win
dows is elegant in the superlative
degree. To each window is allotted
a distinctive line of articles in one
hats, another shoes, and so on.
Everything within the store is ar
ranged to the best advantage for in
spection, and customers arc prompt
ly attended to by polite and oblig
Some time since, when the change
was made to Monday in the leaving
of the San Francico mails from
Auckland, there was considerable
dissatisfaction expressed, not only
in this city but in the South. It
will be gratifying, therefore, to
many to learn that we have the
prospect of a return to the original
day, and that tho contractors for
the service hare written to the mas
ters of their steamers informing
them that they may sail a day later
from Sydney and Auckland, and
then arrive in San FrauSisco in time
for tho overland express. This has
come about from an alteration made
in tho overland train scrvico be
tween San Francisco and New York,
whereby the time of transit has
been shortened, and we have before
us a time-tablo of the service re
cently issued at San Fiaucisco by
Messrs. Sprockets, in which tho in
tended alteration is embodied, tho
mails being limed to leave Sydney
on the Thursday, and Auckland on
the Tuesday. Either the informa-,
lion has iot reached tho postal au
thoiitics in this colony in time to
have made Hie alteration in tho
coastal service to suit the change of
day, or if it has, they have neg
lected to tnko advantage of it, so
that correspondents nre not to cal
culate on tho mails appointed to
leave to-day from Auckland, being
altered to to-morrow. Unless bper
cial intimation is made, of course
tho San Francisco mails will close
to-day as announced, but wo have
very little doubt that before the
next mails leave in March, inti
mation will bo made that correspon
dents may avail themselves of tho
convenience afforded them in the
extended time. N. Z. Herald,
Toole lNt l'rlr.o nt California Fair,
(Calved May 13, 188G.)
Bar Tag. No. 114, BcgbUer Xo
ll.K.ll.li. vol. -!.
Sho'VAagglc Idallue Ith's Koland,"
II.1I.B. Vol. 8, 3122.
G. Sho "Jan," District Bull of Oon-
Bam Jacob Wlfs "Myth," B.H.B.
Vol. S, OHO!), bv "Jacob 4th."
G. Dam "Trijutje," X.II.H. C02. '
Angglo Idaline lth's Roland" calved
Feb. 14, 1881. Impelled in dam (August,
1SS3) "Aaggie Idaline 4th."'
"Aaggle Idaline Ith" has a milk leeonl
a a 2-year old of 15,042 lbs. 8 o.s. in 7
inns, and 0 days, and her dam "Aaggie
Idaline Hid" gave 57 1-5 lbs. in 1 day as
a !5 year old in Holland, and has given
the tlrot season after importation fi.'i lb.
12 o.s. in 1 day, and S:ilo lbs. 11 oz. in
7 nios. anil 0 ilavs. "Naatje," the dam
of "Aaggie Idallno Ilrd." gave 08 2-5
11k. In 1 day. "Xautjo" is also the dam
of "Aaggie Idaline 2nd" (4;!(i3), who
gave fit lbs. in 1 day, as a 4 year old in
Holland. Hie gave the sca-on after Im
position, as a 5 year old, fi'.t lb'. 12 o.s.
In 1 day and S750 lbs. 14 o.s. in 7 mo.
and 17'days. Bam also of "Aaggie Ida
line" (t:ili2), lecord of G8 2-5 lbs. in 1
day hi Holland, and gave the lh st sea
son after Importation 00 lbs. in 1 day.
and t),'.!G0 lbs. 15 o.s. In 0 mos. and 25
"Aaggie Idaline Did's" sire "Jacob
2nd." is also the Mro of "Neptune" and
"Roland" won the 1st pri.e at Xew
York Fair. 1884.
Jacob Wit's "Myth," the dam of
"Waterloo." calved March 23, 1S84, and
was hnnorted in May 1884.
Sire "Jacob 4th," (X.1I.B. 210) (J.
W.s 11. 11.15. 2002.)
G. Sire "Jacob 2nd," (N.H.B. 50).
G. a. Sire ".lacob 1st," (N.ll.15. 20).
G. G. G. She "Booker."
Dam "Trizntje," (N.H.B. 002) with
milk rccm d of 08 2-5 lb. in 1 day.
"Jacob 2nd" was winner of 1st prize
at Haarlem, 1870, and of the 2nd prize
at Lcyden in 1880. His dam "Trintje,"
(N.H.B. 33) has a record of 80 lbs. in 1
day. Ho is also the siro of "Aaggie
2nil," which has the largest 2-ycar old
record known, having given 01 lbs. 5
o.s. in 1 day, 17,740 lbs. 2 o.s. m one
year, and a butter record on dry feed of
lit lbs. 0 os. in one week.
G. G. Sire "Jacob 1st," (N.H.B. 50)
winner of 1st prize at Amsterdam. His
dam was "Do Goede," a prl.u cow at
Pails Exposition, with milk lecord of
01 lbs. Snzs. in 1 day.
G. H. G. Siro "Booker;" sire, prize
bull at lloorn, IS71. "Booker" Is the
hire of "Lady Cllfdcn," recoul of 10,275
lbs. in 1 year; of "Aaggie" record 18,
001 lbs. 15 ozs. in 1 year; of "Porce
lain," (X.II.B. 117) lecord 80 lbs. l oz.
in 1 dav, and winner of 1st prize at
Six membeis of this family all bought
from one breeder in Holland, all lie Bad,
averaged 1(1 lb. 7 7-12 ozs. which we
believe has never been equaled by any
cntho fnmllv of the muuo number.
"Pilnco Imperial V diim "Catlotla,"
(H.H.B. Vol. 5, 1,2(10), as a 4-ycnr old,
has given 1,541 lbs. 0 ozs, of milk in 1
mo. Asafi-yenr old has given 70 lbs.
;i nzs. of milk In 1 day and 0.227 lbs lit
ozs. of milk In 7 mos. is days. Ills
Grand Dam gave 01 lbs, 0f milk In 1
"Xetheiland Prince's" dam "l.ady
Netherlands (11.11.11. Vol. .'., UOll).
has a milk recoul of 73 2-3 lbs. hi 1 day .
Sho has given hi 5 mos. and 5 days,
0,130 lbs. 11 ozs. of milk. In Fcbiuary
mid March, 1885, she made 21 lbs. ;j ozs.
of butter in 1 week, and 88 lbs. o 0.9. in
30 consecutive dnys, and 17 lbs. of I nil Ic
mailel lb. of butter. Ills Grand Dam
"GeitMet2nd," has a record of 71 lbs.
8 ozs. In 1 day. His Gieal Grand Dam
"Gert Mel" was kept 20 years foi breed
ing. "I.ady Xcthcilauil" Is dam, cf
"Xetherlan'd Queen" and "Xetherland
Princess," and won 2nd prize as best
milch cow of any bleed, at New York
State Fair, 1882. ("Aaggie," of the
same herd, winning 1st piize), and was
one of the herd that won the gold
"Santa Anita's" dam "Lakeside
Amy," (H.H.B. Vol. !), 0,S4t), calved
February 23, 188l. Imported August,
1881. Her Grand Dam "Mantel" has a
record of 01 lbs. of milk In 1 tiny, as a
4-year old; a cow of elegant milk veins
and line escutcheon, bred by J. Latin
Twisk, Noilh Holland.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
.JUST KEUtilVKEV A 1 AllGE INVOICE
LINEN LAWNS SN NEW DESIGNS !
Mia Lim 'nil fliroM Swisses,
Ml Brocaded SI at Low Prices.
A few Highly Bred Jersey Cows.
80 2v eod
Elrtieries mi Mom Laces I
CHAS. J. FISH EL has received
ex Australia the latest style of
ladles mi trimmed hats, also a line line
of children's leghorn hats in different
shapes. Call anil ieo them.
GET SOME Genuine Oltlfashionetl
Butterscotch Candy, at the new
Candy Factory I "Yum! Yum!"
X D)H-1 popillll
r paper publishril.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
lTx U.ire just icceived ei Amualia.
another lot of 'hat " PHILADELPHIA
LAGEB liELK" in kecs, which they
arc offering to iheir customers. 8? lw
"17RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nuUl leanis reduced to 30 cents
per wholu pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and liakcry, Hotel, be
tween Nuuaiiu and. Fort btreets. 71
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
1IAS JUST RECEIVED
X for Is the
cuius per mouth.
PAPER to bub-iribu
"Daily Bulletin." 05
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JC colate and Cocoanut Caramels le
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between 'Ntllianu and
URE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Creams(tle
licious) reduced to :!0 cents per whole
pound, at the Piokixh Stham Cindy
FioTOiiv And 15aki:uv, Hoti:i., bi:
iwi:kn Nijuanu and Fout ernucrs.
BRANDS OF CALI-
l'oil, Madeita and MuIuku,
tor bale in Keg anil cac tiy
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
Heifer- "SANTA ANITA."
At 12 o'clock noon, nt tho sales
rooms, Queen street, real estate,
situated at liana and Nunilui, Maul,
belonging to tho estate of the late
At 1-' o'clock noon, at tho Bales
rooms, Queen street, taro anil kula
lands, uiulor foreclosure of mortgage.
A furious hurrieano raged at lln
ratonga, from Jnnuury 'J2tl until
January 2.0111,- destroying properly
to thp amount of i.'I)0,000. Eight
houses were blown down or other
wise damaged, inoluding tho church
at Natatigia, and the residence of
tho Bev. Jlr. Ilutoliins. Tho na
tives arc tho principal sufferers, as
their crops arc nearly all destroyed.
(Calvod April 27, 188G.)
Ear Tag, No. 1C2, Bcglster No. 4021,
II.F.H.H. Vol. 2.
She 'Biinco Imperial," (II.II.lt. Vol.
G. Sire "Nctherland Prince," (710.)
O. G. Sire "Scheininel."
G. G. G. She "Schicuder."
Dam "Lakeside Amy," (H.H.B. Vol.
9,1)010) imported, by DIstiict Hull of
G. Dam "Mantel."
'Prince Itnpeilal," (l,H!t) was the
winner of 1st prio New York ritate
Fair, as a 2-ycar old. Also winner of
pri.e in 1SS'.! mid 18.11.
"Nctherland Prince," (710) winner of
three 1st pilzes and one 2nd pri.e at
New York State Fair.
"Schennncl," son of "Nctherland
Dowager," (II.1I.II. Vol. 0, 2,;:!2). and
she of "Nethcrland Princess," (H.H.B.
Vol. 1. 8fi2); "Xetherland Countess,"
(11.11. II. Vol. C, 2,(;3t): "Nctherland
Belie," (H.H.B. Vol. ii, 1,87c); and
"Nctherland Dowager 2nd."
"Schreuder," biro of "Netheiland
Queen," (H.M.B. Vol. , IIP; and
".Miiiieiiami uueiie.ss," qii.ii.h. oi.
MILK RECORDS OF THIS FAMILY:
"Nctherland Queen" at 2 years of
ago gavo i:s.r71 lbs. :i os. milk In 1115
days. 1 years of age gave 15,01 1 lbs, 0
o.s. milk hi 1 year. ." years of ago gavo
8:5 lbs. -1 os. milk In 1 day, mid 10,0111
lbs. 8 ozs. milk in 7 mos. 18 clajv.
"Netlierland Dowager" at (1 yean
gavo 12,7:1! lbs. 2 o.s milk in 1 year.
Commencing at 22 mos. old she gavo
12,200 lbs. I o.s. milk the lhtyear.
"Netheiland Duchcxs" ntti years gavo
11,101 lbs. 12 os. milk In 1 year. At
5 years gave 10,520 lbs. 7 o.s. milk In
"Nethuiland Princess" nt 3 years
gave H,101 lbs. 2 os. uilk In 1 year,
Netheiland Belle" at 1 years gave
1I,!U1 lbs. U os. milk In 8 mos. 17 days.
"Netlierland Queen" In November,
18S2. mndo 20 lbs. In 1 week and il'J lb.
8 ozs, in 2 weeks without any change
from her feed in miantlty ormiiillty.
Butter weighed after working and be
"Netheiland Princess" made, befoul
hhu wasUyeais old, II lbs. I os. In 1
week, and w hen hhu was a year old hlio
made In 1 week, on winter feed, 11 lbs.
Ill o.s, ; as a 4 year old t-ho made in a
1 day's teet at tlio rate of 18 lbs. 1)1 os,
pf butter in 1 week,
"Netlierland Belle" mndo as a U-year
old 1U lbs. 7 oi. in 1 week.
"Netherlanil Duchess" made as a S
year old 1 1 lbs. 2 os. in 1 week.
'Netlierland Baroness" made soon
after Impoitatlon and beforo bite was
acclimated, 17 lbs, 5 o, in 1 week,
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Hill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
1 rooms, No. 4 Uaidcu Lanv, the
second door from Union utrect. Apply
on tha premises. I if
CLEAN RAGS ntl becond hand
clothing will be gratefully tcrelv.
cl for the ue of the inmates of tlio
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kukunko,
or at the Leper Stttlmcnt on Molokai,
If left with J. T. Waierhonsc, jr., at the
Queen Street Storo. t&f tf
MISS. P. TI1LELE,
Dupeo Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Germea,
IIuckiiiH &. Fiuiico American Feed Co.'n AHHort'd SonpH,
Kidgcs Food, Imperial Granum, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheal, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't or Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
lf Leave your oi tiers, or ring up 110. -a
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
On Bcrctanlu street near Piikol.
(Formerly JIcGulre's Boui-e,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and Grrmnn taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A pafo conveyance will cull fur and re.
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephono No. 50L 3in
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SOPER'S Book & News Depot
GtASKELL'S Compendium of Social,
T Legal, Educational and Commer
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
Having not only a six years' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in till and every branch of
OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY,
Oi' all si.es, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in the highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
EESNIonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort & Hiiuanu; both Telephones Ho. 742-5$
ONlV PURE Sffl
HILL'S .Manual of
Social ami But-!-
CtllARLEB DICKEN'S Work complete
In 10 Vol?. cloth.
SCOTT'S Waverly :
li Vols. cloth
Xovt'ls complete In
HOUSEHOLD EDITION Cooper's Sea
Talc-Firm Edition, n Vols.
JNIade of the celebrated CREAM of tho Woodlawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! $2.00! S2.00! S2.00! S2.00!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE " HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND Bit 12 AD BAKERY,"
BRYANT & STRATT0N High School
TtTHITTAKER'S Almanac for 18S8.
rpENNETT'S Nautical Ahuiiniiu for 188S.
rpilinD EDITION Heed's Standard lu
X fan! ry Tactic.
rpHE FAVORITE Chciland Mall Note
7 ADIES Imperial Artistic Stationary.
LETTER and Noto slo Favorite Blotter
Wilting Tahlels (neat).
SAs some evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE CKTCAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
tsr BEWARE OF FALSE REPRESENTATIONS tea:
MELE HAWAII 500
in Fancy Ben
conies No. a
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones !NTo. 71. Hotel St. bet. Nuuaiui & Port St.
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