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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
ror st.ou. At
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
A Vino Who or
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
liook ht the riuo I.lnc ol"
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
l'or j our
Full Dress White Vests.
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MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1888.
Stmr Wntnlcnlc fiom llumnkini
Stmr Mlknhnla fiom Kauai
Stmr Mokolll fiom Moloknl
Stmr O 11 Bishop from I.aluilna
Sehr Kiuilllun from ICausil
Sclir Manuoknvval from Koulnu
Seln Mol Wahlno fiom Hainaktia
Sehr Knnlkcaoull from Hawaii
Sehr Llliolllio from Kauai
Sclu'Wallclo from Kuan
Stmr Klnaii for tho Volcano ami way
poi l? at 4 p m
Stmr Llkcliko for Ivaliiilul at fl p in
Stair Lchua for llaimikua at C a m
Sehr Walehu for Kuau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr W G- Hull for Hawaii and Maul at
10 a in
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Vr'alalcalo for Knual at ipm
From Kauai, per steamer Miknhnla,
Mar 11 J MarkUaiu and wife, P Iscn
beig, .Ir, Mm Gllllland, Mrs It Foun
tain and two clilldien, Hon" 1' 1 Kanoa,
Mm 1C Hart, C L Hiitto, :t Chinese and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mol Walilno 2,100 bags sugar.
Miuuiokawii 1357 bags sugar and 350
Bishop 2,975 bags sugar.
Mikahala 2,18, bags biiirr, 50 bags pla
and 12 lijdcs.
Kaulkcaouli 2,000 bags sugar.
"VVaialcale 3,275 bags sugar.
The Mariposa took for San Fiancisco
la&t night 12,852 bags sugar, 1005 bnchs
bananas, and ID boxes leaves. Value,
The Fiemont took Satniday S,137 bgs
sugar, valued at $-15,407.'J5.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Elekle mill has shut down for 9
days, for icpairs.
Mu. Fied. Wilhelm is putting up a
new store at Waimea, for himself.
These are one or two furnished
rooms vacant at No. 8 Union stieot.
The "Owl" for the month is out,
and is on sale at A. M. Hewctt's
Sam Kahimoku, lately a Lieuten
ant in the Police force, died this
The Mariposa's mail from hero
on Saturday, consisted of 0,07.' let
ters, and 1318 papers.
A gentleman in Honolulu claims
that ho felt a shock of earthquake at
11 o'clock last Friday night.
Z. Kalai has retired from the
Police Justiceship of North Kohala,
and R. H. Atkins takes his place.
The show windows of Mr. Mc
Inerny's new store was a piincipal
place of attaaction on Saturday.
Mesbus. G. West & Co., Fort street,
havo a long list of articles for sale,
specified in their advertisement.
i . m . -i
The schoonerWaioli, which diifted
over a leef and against Kiwu land
ing, arrived yesterday to be lepaired.
The whaling captains in quaran
tine telephone to Honolulu friends
and say that they tue having a good
Turkish cigarottes can bo procur
ed very cheap, either in bond or duty
paid, at M. Phillips & Co's, Kaahu
A case of smallpox broko out on
tho whaler Hunter when sho was '1
days out from San Francisco. She
arrived oir port this morning.
The S. S. Kinau sailed for wind
waul ports at 4 o'clock this alter
uoon, and will return to Honolulu on
The household of Mr. O. Isenberg,
manager of Kekaha plantation,
Kauai, was disturbed last week by
the arrival of a now baby boy,
. a .
The whaler Fleetwing with 200
barrels of sperm oil, auived hcio
yesterday, and will probably enter
port and leave nor catcli liere.
Meshrb. King Bios, on Hotel
street, havo juBt received a largo and
varied assortment of Easter cards,
which they aio now ofloring for sale,
A well-known young man of Ho
nolulu is said to have departed by
tho Mariposa Saturday night, leav
ing many creditors to mourn his loss.
Mr. C. Hopkins assumes tho du
ties of Deputy Maishal in place of F.
Pahia, and Mr. 8. F. Graham takes
Hopkins' place as Marshal's clerk.
Ipi, Clms. Hustaco publishes a
long list of stapjo groceries whici
lie constantly 'keeps in stock, and
which ho is disposing of at prices to
suit tho times.
It has been suggested, in conso
quenco of disputes, that the quaiuii
tjned. cottage at tho Hotel, (called
12Q by sono aqd l,20q by others) bo
jermod tho Pitmaij houso, as it yna
pujH by Bon), ritinan.
if yotl unnt n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Mit. A. M. llowctt, noting on ad
vices fiom his agents in Snn Fian
cisco, has postponed his conlciiiplnlod
tiir to tho Coast, until a later date.
lvoi.o.v plantation, Kauai, has had
a gang of men for tho past !5 wrcku,
icpniiinc; nnd enhuging liolon wluuf,
and nuolhcr gang in building a new
A painting of tho Chinatown con
llagtation in Apt 11 of 'SO, by Chas.
Forneaux, viewed from the corner of
King and Uelhol sheets, is on viuw
at King lhos1.
Mn. C. J. Fishel, at the Leading
Millinciy House, coiner of Hotel and
Fort Bttcets. has a special cheap salo
now on, and to last for two weeks.
Prices are cut in two.
Justicu Dole is moving into thu
room in Government Building foini
cily occupied by the Governor of
Oahu, anil tho Governor is having an
ollico tilted up back of the Supremo
Qui:i:.v Kapiolaniand the two prin
ces, Mrs. V. S. Wilcox, Mis. Muka
noi, 1'. Kanoa, Cuitis Iaukea, G.
Speckman, Mis. Moiibanat, Mr.
Zink, J. McLe.ih and Mr. Cornwell
will take pastagii by tho steamer V.
G. Hall to-mouow moining.
Tin: steamship Mai ipota upon her
auivai at byiinoy was only quaiau
tined four days in consequence of the
gieat caio taken by Capt. Haywaul
and the doctor of the ship, to proent
the spiead of Binall pox on board the
vessel. Only one passenger had been
Meeting of tho several companies
of the Honolulu Rifles, at their arm
ory, in fatigue uniform, and Bide
arms, at 7.30 o'clock.
Band concert at Emma Square at
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
A well arranged, and exception
ally well executed programme was
given by the Uluc Ribbon League to
a large audience, on Saturday eve
ning last. After the imibic.il poi
tiou of the progiamme had been
gone through with, the Rev. J. Q.
Adams delivered a very able ad
dress, which was listened to with
The Australia will sail at
o'clock noon, the
The Geo. W.
mail closing one
De Long Post, at
7.30 o'clocli p. 111.
" The Anti-Asiatic Union will hold
their regular general meeting, at
7.30 p. in., in thejllell Tower hall.
Very interesting questions will be
A PLEASANT PARTY.
A "pleasant sui prise paity was
given to Master Edwin Unit, by the
Hawaiian Social Club, Saturday
night, at the place of residence of
Mr. Henry Kaia. Dancing started
at 8 o'clock and was kept up until
12 o'clock, when all sat down to a
tempting supper. There was a
large attendance of young people
and a pleasant time was had by all.
Mr. Kaia was master of ceremonies.
Master Edwin Halt will depart for
San Fiancisco by the S. S. Austra
i ujl. im.ju.uu
For San Francisco, by the Aus
tralia, next Tuesday, the following
are booked : Mrs. Captain Millard,
Mrs. Anna E. Ellis, Miss S. V.
Hall, "Win. Oienfrcd and son, Judge
Widcmann, J. II. Ehlers, F. L.
Stoltz and wife, II. Smith and son,
II. M. Crabbe, and wife, II. G.
Crabbo and wife, Mis. Capt. Shock
ley and child, Dr. .Noyes, J. M.
Sass and wife, Mrs. M. Louisson,
J. A. Bartram, L. Uiavcrman and
wife, S. F. Alexander and wife,
Mrs. Peterson, Miss Nellie M. Low
rey, Mrs. W. A. Bowcn and child,
R. R. Hind and wife, Alex. Young,
wife and ft children, Miss Agnes
Young, Miss Susie Young, Robert
Young, Miss E. A. Wall, W. O.
Atwater, Mrs. M. W. Worth and
Miss May Alexander.
AN OLD MAN GONE.
Old Captain Jim Kculo, alias Cap
tain Semins, died Saturday morn
ing of old age. Old Jim was !10
years or mute at the time of his
death. For 30 years ho was
schooner captain for Mr. J. I. Dow
sott, and while in charge of vessels
no accident ever happened. Onco
while his mato was bringing in the
schooner, and old Jim was snoring
in the cabin, the schooner liied a
shoit cut and Jump over Diamond
For the past 8 years the veneia-
ble ciiptaiu has been on a pension,
and every day he would hobble
over to Mr. Nollo'9 for his tea or
coffee. Never could Iio he pur
suaded to take white sugar in Ids
driiik.and would havo none other than
Hawaiian brown sugar. Tlie cap
fain could not read or wiite, but
had an excellent memory. When
loading u schooner, he tilways fol
lowed the nile of the first, last, and
the last, liist. He could tell some
interesting btoiics of curly days and
,vas very fond of talking about revo
lutionary times when ho was a
lcadpr aijiong tjio najivp sehopner
Our summary for sending abroad
by tho steamship Australia, is now
icady, and may be procured at Mr.
Hcwells, the Hawaiian News Agency,
or at the olllcc of publication. It
is a good paper for sending to your
TIip Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Emma Square,
commencing at 7 :J)0 o'clock. Fol
fowitig Is the progi amine:
Oveituie Nabueo Vcull
Cavatlna l.ucla Donczct'l
Galop nh d'a Beak l'lilnbaek
election I'hatcs of Penzance. fculllvnn
Kim l.cl, l'nti Ohulti, me U.i 111U1 NTo.
llemtiiloccncos of llalfc Godfrey
Walt 1001 Xlirhts Sti auss
Quadi llle Cox and llox Coote
-Cox and llox....
The Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not t,ell (imported) Stale Choco
late Cieams for home-made, but its
own fi esh and superior luticlo made
by F. lloitx, the only Piaclical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-be competitor dine
not accept. 82
SORRyIe 1ST GOING.
Mr. II. Benckc, of St. Louis, U.
S. A., has been on a visit to these
islands during the last four or live
weeks. He has not spent the whole
of that time in Honolulu or on this
island, but has been around to other
islands of the group, including the
famous volcano of Kilauca among
the sights seen. Mi. Benckc is
dookcu to stait lor noinc by tile
steamship Austinlia to-morrow. Al
though this gentleman has been but
a few weeks in the country, he
has, by his genial disposition and
affable manner, created a host of
friends, who are soiryfor his de
parture, and will miss him from
their social circle. It may be
added that Mr. Beneke represents
the Annlieiiser Busch Brewing Asso
ciation, of St. Louis.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Mr. E. G. Sebum an is propiietor
of the carnages and horses which
occnp' the stand on Merchant street,
on the Waikiki side of Fort street,
and designated as the Honolulu
Carriage Co. The numbers of the
respective eariingcs are given in the
proprietor's standing caul in the
Bulletin. A carriage can be had
from this stand in any pait of the
town or its suburbs, until 10 o'clock
at night, by communicating with
telephone No. 33,1, "Bell" or "Mu
tual." These cairiages arc easy
and coinfortablo, the horses strong,
well kept, and tractable, and the
drivers steady, polite, and reliable.
THE PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
Mr. James Williams, manager of
the "Paradise of the Pacific, "' has
received a number of letters from the
States and England, congiatulatiiig
him upon the pioduction of such an
interesting monthly as the "Paiadisc
of tho Pacific." All of the letters
ask for several copies of the paper
and beg earnestly not to be forgot
ten. A London letter calls for
several hundreds, saying that tho
distribution of them will send more
tourists to these Islands than the
people here can take care of. Mr.
Williams would like to issue some
thirty or forty thousand copies of
the paper, but tho support the
journal now leceivcs will not war
rant such expense.
never Tains buTTTpours.
Captain Ellis of the Helen Mars
telephoned about town, this morn
ing, for his second male and a boat
steercr. The tug was ready to go
out and the ship ready to sail, hut
the oilicer and faleercr could not be
found. Captain Ellis, who had just
paid S300 to the Hawaiian Govern
ment for not returning a native Ha
waiian shipped on the Helen Mars
last year, believe by this time that
"it never rains but it pours."
nr.roii i: imu'ston, j.
Kstate of Kaac (w), administra
tion. Kamakuiiui (k)nppoiute(l ud
ministrator under SliOO bond.
liickcrlou J. presides at oluun
beis this week.
BELL TELEPHONE CO.
Following arc tho oflleers of iho
Bell Telephone Co. :
Godfi oy Brown
President and Treasurer
Cecil Brown Vice-1'rcbhlent
J. V. Brown .Secretary
J. Cassidy.. General Superintendent
L. Valentino Auditor
J. Campbell, J, F. Brown, anil
W. O. Smith. '
Tho sct'lling rqco for '200 a side
between Kemp ami Clifford, took
place on February 11th, on tho
Paramatta liver, Sydney. The race
was won by Kemp in 23 iniu. 47
see., heating Ills antagonist by six
boat lengths. After tlip race was
concluded, Kemp accepted a chal
lenge from llanlan, to row fpr the
cltanipionsliip and, '500, on tho
Paramatta rjver, on tho 5tU tiny of
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
HAR11Y J. AGNBW
Ilcgs leave to notify the public that bo
has on band at ''Gieeiini'ld.'' Kaplolanl
Paik, a fine lot of young UnlU and
Hi'ifeis of the celubiatcd "llolstoln
Filpj-lan" family. Selected from the
l)ot heal In America. The Hclfeis will
calve shoitly. The Hull "Waterloo''
and Heifer "Santa Anita. " hcie adver
tised, aie samples of the -tock:
Toole Iwt Trlzn at California I'nlr,
(Calved May 13, 1BB6.)
liar Tag. No. 11 1, Register No. a-231),
She "Aaggie Idnline Ith's Roland,"
11.11. 11. Vol. 8, 3122.
G. She ".Tan," Dlstilct Hull of Oost
woud Dam Jacob Wit's "Myth," 1I.1I.B.
Vol. 8, r,'J0!l, by "Jacob Urn"
G. nam "Tiijntjo," N.II.H. 002.
"Aaggie IUalinc 4th's Roland" calved
Feb. 1 1, 1881, imported in dam (August,
1SSJ) "Aagglu Idallim 1th."
"Aaggie Idaline-lth" has a milk lecoid
a a 2-ye.ir old of !t,CI2 11)3. 8 o. in 7
iiioj. aiid 0 day?, and her dam "Aaggie
Idaline Hid" gave i7 l-f lbi. in 1 day as
a it year old in Holland, and has given
the'flrt-t fcuoii after Impoitation ." lb.
12 os. hi 1 day, and 8:U5 lbs. 11 o. in
7 11103. and 9 days. "Naatje," the dam
of "Aaggie Idallna Slid." gave C8 2-5
lha. in l dav. "Xantje" is also the dam
of "Aaggie ldalinn 2nd" (l!'li3), who
gao C.l His. hi t d ly, as a 4 year old in
Holland, fhe gave the caou after Im
poitatlou, as a jear old, ("3 lbs. 12 os.
in 1 day and 87i(f lbs. 14 os. in 7 mos.
and 1" da s. Dam also of "Aaggie lda
line' (i:i(!2), lecoid of C8 SO lbs. hi 1
d.iv in Holland, and cave tho llrst sea
son after importation 00 lbs. in 1 day.
and 0,:((i0lbs. 15 o. hi 0 mos. and 2."i
"Aaggie Idaline Uul's" sire "Jacob
2nd." h also the she of "Xeptune" and
"Roland" won the 1st piie at Xew
Ymk Fair, 1884.
Jacob Wit's "Myth," the dam of
"Watoiloo," eahed March 23, 1884, and
was impoitcd in May 1884.
She "Jacob 4th," (X.H.I3. 210) (J.
YV's 11.11.15. 2002.)
G. She "Jacob 2nd." (N.II.B. 50).
G. G. She "Jacob 1st," (N.H.B. 20).
G. G. G. Sire "Booker."
Dam "Tiintje." (X.H.B. 002) with
milk record of 08 2-5 lbs. in t day.
"Jacob 2nd'' was winner of Istpilc
at Haarlem, 1S70, and of the 2nd piic
atLeydon in 1880. His dam "Tilntje,"
(X.U.R. 3"i) lias a lecoid of 80 . in 1
day. He Is nlsq the she of "Aaggie
2nd," which has the laigest 2-ycar old
lecoid known, balng given 01 lb. 5
os. in I day, 17,740 lbs. 2 os. in one
.year, and a butter iccoid on iliy feed of
13 lbs. 0 07S. In one week.
G. G.Siie "Jacob 1st." (X.ILH. TO)
winner of 1st pi ie at Amsterdam. Ills
dam was "Do Gocde," a pil.ecowat
P.uis KxpoMtion, with milk lecoid of
01 lbs. So. In I dav,
G. I., G. She "Booker," sire, piie
bull at Hooui, 1871. "Bookci" is tho
.'ue of "Lady clifden," loeoul of 10,275
lbs. in 1 year; of "Aaggio" iccoid 18,
001 lbs. 15 os. in 1 j ear; of "Poicc
laln," (X.1I.H. 147) lecoid 80 lbs. 1 o..
in 1 day. and winner of 1st prle at
Hoifer "SANTA ANITA."
(Calved April 27, 18B6.)
Tmv Tii-r, Xo. 1C2, ItcL'Istcr Xo. 4021,
She -Pii nee Jmiieiial ," (H.II.K. Vol.
U. Sire "Xctlieiland Piiuce," (710.)
G. G. G. Sire "Selueiider."
Dam "Lakeside Amy," (H.H.B. Vol.
1), ODIO) imported, by Dl'tilct Hull of
G. Ham "Mantel."
'Pilnce Inipeiial," (1,1G4) was the
winner of 1st prl,e Xow Vmk State
Fair, as a 2-year old. Also winner of
pi le In 188 1 and 1884,
"Netheilund Pilnco," (T10) winner of
tluco 1st piics and one !!ud piicat
Xew York State Fair.
"Selieimiii'l." sou of "Xctlieiland
Dowager," (11.11.15. Vol. 0, 2,lW). anil
she of Xclheiland Princess," (ll.H.Il.
Vol. I, 802); "Xclhml.ind Coiuites.8,"
(ll.II.lt. Vol. 0, 2,(iJl); "Xelheihmd
Hollo," (II.H.lt. Vol. (., 1.8(C): and
"Xetbnl.ind Dowager 2nd."
"Schi under," she of "Xctlieiland
Queen," (II.II.1i. Vol. 3, 110: and
"Xctlieiland Puclii'M," (ll.II.lt. Vol.
MILK RECORDS OF THIS FAMILY:
Xotlieihimi Queen" at 2 yeais of
ago gave 111.571 lbs. 11 os, milk In :i 15
days. -I yeais of iifje fjave 15.(111 lbs, 0
os. milk In 1 mm i. .I j cais of ago cave
8.1 lbs. 4 ).. milk In 1 day, and 10,010
llw, 8 oa, milk In 7 mos. 18 days,
"Xotlierland Dowager" at 0 years
gave 12,7:11 lb i. 2 os. milk hi 1 year.
Commencing at 22 mos. old Miu gave
12,200 Hi". I o.s. milk tho 1st 3 em.
"Xctlieiland Duchess" ataycaisgavo
11,101 lbs. 12 os. milk lu 1 year. At
5 yuais gave 10,520 lbs, 7 o.s. uillk In
"Xetheil.ind Pilncess" at 3 years
gave-14,101 lbs. 2 os. milk In 1 year.
"Xctlieiland Hello" at l ycamgavc
1 1,511 lbs, U o.s. milk hi 8 mos. 17 days,
"Xctlieiland Queen" n November,
1882, made 20 lbs,. Ill 1 week aijd 39 lbs,
8 o.s. in 2 weeks without any change
fiofu her feed i Humility or quality,
liuttor'welglied after working and be
"Xetheiland Princess" made, bufoie
she vvtisy jeais old, 11 10s. 4 ozs. in
week, and when Mu was 3 year old she
uiiide in 1 week, on w Inter feed, 14 Ibi.
lli os.; as a 4 year old she made 111 1
4 day's teet at the i.ito o( 18 lbs. Ul ozs..
of butter hi 1 week.
"XotliiTluiul, lli'lld1' made as a l)-year
pld 10 lbs. 7 os. i 1 week,
"X;ptbcrlaml Duchess" tuado as a fi
year old l h$. 2 043, ii I week,
f-jtctlieilam) ltaroncis" made noon
uftor hupaitatloii and before blie was
iicvllmated, 17 Ihs, a ms, lit 1 week.
Six menibcis of this family nil bought
f i oin ono biecdcr in Holland, all ho had,
a ci aged 1(1 Ho. 7 7-12 o. which wo
believe has nocr been equaled by any
cntlie family of tho camo number.
"Pilnco ImpcilalV dam "Cailotta,"
(H.H.B. Vol. 5, 1,200), as a 4 -year old,
has given 1,611 lbs. 0 ozs. of milk In 1
mo. A" a 5-enr old lias given 70 lbs.
3 os. of milk hi 1 day nnd 0.227 lbs 13
os. of milk in 7 mos. 18 days. His
Giand Dam gave CI lbs, of milk hi 1
"Xetherland Prince's" dam "Lady
Xctlieiland," (ll.tl.lt. Vol. 5. 1,20.1).
lias a milk iccoid of 73 2-3 lbs. hi 1 day.
She has given in 5 mos. and 5 days,
0,130 lbs. 11 os. of milk. In Fcliiuiuy
and March, 1885, she made 21 lb'. 3 oa.
of butter in 1 week, and 88 lb. 0 os. In
30 consecutive d.iys, and 17 lb. of milk
made 1 lb. of butter. Ills Giaud D.uu
"Geit.Met2nd," lias a iccoid of 71 lb.
S os. in 1 day. HI' Gicat Giaud Dam
"Gwt Mel" was kept 20 years fot bleed
lug. "Lady Xetheilanll" Is dam of
"Xetherland Queen" and "Xetherland
l?ilncc," anil won 2nd prize as best
milch cow of any breed, at Xow Yoik
State Fair, 1882. ("Aaggie," of the
same herd, winning 1st piie), and was
one of the herd that won the gold
"Santa Anita's" d.iin "Lakerdde
Amy," (H.H.II. Vol 0, 0,819), calved
Fcbiuary2j, lS'M. Impel ted August,
18SI. Her Grand Dam "Mantel" has a
iccoid of 01 lb, of milk in 1 day, as a
4-year old; a cow of elegant milk veins
and Hue escutcheon, bied by J. l.aan
Twlsk, Xoith Holland.
A few Highly Bred Jersey Com.
SO 2w eod
flHAS. J. FISHEL has received
J ex Austialla the latest tjlc of
ladles iintiliiuned bats, also a Hue line
of children's legboin hats in diffeicut
shapes. Call and tec them. 87 lw
Gt ET SOME Genuine Oldfashloned
K Butteueoteh Candy, at the new
Candy Factory I
'Yum 1 Yum!"
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tl.u
1 imiKt popular paper puliliohed.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
li.iru juu rcieived ei AiihU.iliu
a-iolhci lot of 'l,:u PlIILADni.l'lin
bAUEIt HKi.R" in kef,", which llicy
arc odeiing to their customers. 8 lw
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut t reams l educed to 30 cents
per whole pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and lfakciy, Hotel, be
tween Xuiianu and Fort sti eels. 71
PAPER to Mib-dilie
Dsily llulletin." 03
JL lor Is the
cui'b per mouth.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JL eolatu and Coco-unit Caiamels le
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factoiy and
Uakeiy, Hotel, between 'Xiuuuu and
Fort stieets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Cie.un(dc
llclous) i educed to JO cents per whole
pound, at tho Pionkku Sti:.v Ciniiy
FiCTOiir Am Bakukv, Hotix, jbi:-
1WKKN XUUaNU AM) Four mtKUTS.
JT-INEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL' forma Foil, Aladeita and Malaga,
for sale in kcg- and ca-rs by
GONSALVKb & CO.,
CI Queen Uriel.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear ..f Lura-.' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
iU rooms, No, 4 Uaideti Ivmc, tbc
second door fiom Union street.
on tin premises.
CLEAN RAGS ami second hand
clolliin will he gratefully rcceiv.
cl for the use of lliu iiimatei of iho
Iiruueli Homilnl for he pen At Kukuako,
or t the Leper fc't tllment on llolokai,
if left with J '''. Wftlcrliouse, jr., (ittlio
Queen Street Slore. t&f tf
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Bcrctanla strret near I'iikoi.
(Formerly MGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Mualc Lossons given.
A tafo rnnvryrnco will call for nnd re-
turn ehildivn living nt a dlHtnticc.
72 Muliu-l Teh phono No. 5(14. :1m
jitht iti:ci'.ivi:i AT
SOPER'S Book & News Depot,
GUSKCLL'S (Jiimpomlltim of Social,
T Legal, I'diicatiounl mid Commer
HILL'S Manual of
Social and l!ul-
CHARLES DICKEN'S Wink complete
in ir. Vole cloth.
SCOTT'S Wuveily XowW-eompleto In
IS Vols. cloth.
Tnlo-Flrst Kdltlon, 5 Vols.
BRYANT & STRATT0N
TKrillTTAKER'S lmauHc for l8Sj,
rpENHETT'SXuuticalAhnauiio for 1888.
rpHIRD EDITION Ilecd'8
X. fantry Tactics.
Oveilantl Mall Xote
j ADIES luiperhil AitMlo Stationary,
LEnER and Xote Mu Favoilte lllotter
AVilUng Tablets (neat).
lu Fnney Pen
MELE HAWAII COO
copies Xo. a
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
.JUST KEOEJVHl) A
LINEN LAWNS IN
Mt Liuen ml Eirolfl Swisses,
Black Mini Si at la Prices.
N KV 1 aiPORTATI ON
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Ettra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Blown Bread, Table Fruits, Germea,
Illicit in & Franco American Feed Co.'s ANMort'U Soup,
Bulges Food, Imperial Granuin, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafcis, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Ciackcrs, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dales, Nuts, Apples, Fiench Peas. Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Ilonoy, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
JC Leave your oidcrs, or ring up 110. (Ba
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HOM, 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,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in the highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
fcSHlonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort&Nuuanu; both Telephones Ho. 74fSS
ONLY PURE 8
IJfS& JtSk Hf RUL Jik J. MAflL.
mLM. WLjsd JMLJm mTmrnm M H H
jMade of the celebrated CREAM of the "vVoodhuvn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! $2.00! $2.00! S2.00! S2.001
PER GALLON HONEST MEASURE
AT THE HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
KSrAs some evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE OHBAM I will forfeit
100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CKEAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than unywhero else.
Both Telephones No, 71. Hotel St. bet. Nuuonu & Fort St.
NEW DESIGNS !
Torchoni Laces I
Pastry Cook S