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TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1888.
l)k Foio3t Quccu from Jjnn I laneisoo
DU Allnuln fioin I'uget Sound
Btmr W G Hull from Mniil and lliiwull
. Mnr 20
Sclir Ciiuuto for Kunu
Scr Wiiliniilii for .onoiim
Stun- Iwalunl for Lahalmi and Hania-
kua at 8 u in
Stmr Mlkiihahi for Kauai al 5 p m
Stmr Jjlkoliko for Kahulul tit 5 p in
Ilk Vuloclty for Ilonjjkotii:
Stmr Walalcalo for Kaunl at 4 p in
Schr Kualokal for lluiuuuntilit
belli- Manuokawal for Ivoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kltiau for Hilo oiul way poi ts at
4 p m
The hk Fieidrieh took for San Fran
cisco yesterday 17,7Ul susar weighing
2,(iC:i,(i'J7 lbs and valued at 900.091.ri7.
The bUno Planter is In tho stream.
She will dock to-nimiow morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. W. McCnnd'lcss has three cot
tages to lot at Palatini.
Dk. Carter, Goveimnent physician
of Wiiiahui, is in town.
Tun building of tho now shed over
Biowor's wharf is finished.
A raw paintings by Foincaux are
on cxhihitioirat King Bros.
Tun late target practice and other
intciesting nuivs will bo found on tho
back pjgc of to-day'a italic.
Mk. W. J. F.oisyth leaves by the
Mikahala this evening, for a trip to
and an inspection of tho island of
Thomas Muldoon has suspended
his restaurant business for si short
time, owing to the illness of hib
Tin: sperm oil taken by the whaler
Flcetwing will bo shipped to San
FranciFCO by the Echooncr W. S.
Bowne on Thursduy.
Tun steamer W. G. Hall was re
volted 20 miles off at 1:20 o'clock
this afternoon. She l cached her
berth at about 3 -.30 o'clock.
A man and woman, the man to
take care of horses and yard, and the
woman to do general houscwoik, aie
wanted at the Bulletin office.
Mr. .T. D. Sprcckcls, thiough his
agent Mr. W. G. Iiwin, has offered
his Wnikiki mansion as a hotel for
Mk. J. D. Holt leceivcd his com
mission as Tax Collector yesterday
afternoon, for the balance of tho
taxes of 1887. He gave a bond of
Tnn barkentine Planter, which ar
rived yesterday fiom San Francisco,
biought 2(51 Chincso passongeis, who
passed by hcru on the S. S. City of
New York several weeks ago. Among
the Chinese are about 15 women and
a score of children. They were landed
in quaratino on the Ewa side of tho
bay, and after their passpoits have
been examined will bo sot at liberty.
For a cool, delicious beverage, try
McCarthy's Milk Shake.
AN INTERESTING POSTAL CARD.
A postal card, mailed by a young
doctor in Goslar, to Dr. P. G. Unna
in Hamberg, has been received by
Mr. II. W. Schmidt. It reads in
partial translation as follows:
"Shall cut outtho last knot to
morrow, which I shall keep for you
(to prove genuine leprosy). Every
thing else (as impossible us it may
sound, yet it is truo) lias entirely
disappeared without trace. Chr.
has wonderful effect, etc. I consider
your discovery of this treatment an
event of historical importance" etc.
nevoid: .iudi) c. .t.
Thursday, March 29th.
The King vs. AV. S. Luce, con
spiracy. Hearing continued from 15th inst.
Testimony being taken. Kecess
taken at 12:10 i it. till 1 :30 v. sr.
Attorney-General ami Deputy for
F. M. Hatch, A. S. Ilartwell, W.
A. Whiting for dofondant.
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The "Alu'CaiMuniia" of the 9th
inst. contains the following item of
naval news: Under instructions
from the Navy Department, Captain
C W. Schoonmaker, who has been
for some timo on waiting orders, lias
been ordered to join thu flagship of
the Pacific Squadron the Vandalla
now lying in Honolulu Bay. Lieut.
Win. G. Ilanuni of the steamer
Ranger has also been ordered to join
mo vanuaiia, anu the olllcers will
leave on the Oceauic steamer sailing
from this port on the 27th inst.
Always approach a buzz-saw with
your toe pointing in an opposite
direction,--fBurllnglou Free Press.'
EVENTS THIS LVENING.
Co. 15. Ilonoltiln Iliflcs will drill,
tit their nrmory nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not bell (imported) Stale Choco
late Creams for honic-imule, hut its
own fresh ntul supoiior nttielo made
by F. Houn, the only 1'inolical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whoso Chal
lenge his would-bo competitor date
nut accept. 82
ny jas. r. jicThoan.
Hot house and other plants, at
the residence of the late Geo. Kngel-
hardt, Queen street, at 10 o'clock,
HAWAIIAN" LODCE F. AND A. M.
At a special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. & A. 31., held
last evening, otllcers were elcctod,
for the ensuing year, as follows :
W. M. Graham
John Phillips Senior Warden
A. B. Scriingeour. . .Junior Warden
W. M. Giffard Trcasuier
T. C. Port or Secretarj-
Tho whaler Triton, thu last of the
licet, is due heio from New Bedfoul.
Most of the whalers will be off for
the Aictio this week. Tho Hunter,
Flcetwing, Uclvidere, Abraham
Barker and John P. West are yet
off port. The Bniker, C.iptain
Toby, will get away this evening or
The following bids were received
by Mr. Frank lluslacc, acting Chief
Engineer of the Honolulu Fre De
paitmcnt, for the election of an en
gine house, wood or brick :
Geo. Lucas, brick, $11,400, wood,
$.j,7.")0; Harrison Bros, brick $10,
502, wood $5,U00; Hcniy Bettcl
man, wood $5,800.
The contract has not yet been de
cided whether the house shall be of
brick or wood.
Mr. Allen Herbert offers in this
evening's issue, an opportunity to
housewives, who have a sonic gar
den path, to feiipply their own tables
with asparagus. Mr. Herbert, who
supplies the market with asparagus,
took off about 2,000 pounds of the
vegetable from an acre patch at Ka
lihi recently. People who have
kitchen gardens are respectfully in
vited to notice what Mr. Herbert
offeis in an advertisement.
No favorable reports have recentl'
been heard from Mr. L. M. Mather,
Hawaiian Tourist Agent at San
Fiancisco. Mr. Mather claims to
have sent twelve people to the Isl
ands, but they have not been seen.
Mr. Williams has been advised not
to send any mote subscriptions to
iMr. Mather, as nothing is expected
of hiin in return.
AM AGREEABL2 SURPRISE.
Mr. J. Lucas, who got the prize
of handkerchief perfumes offered by
Messrs. Benson & Smith, in the
"citizens" target shooting contest
Saturday, was agiceably surprised
to get a 24-dollar parcel of the
finest perfumery. He expected a
small bottle of some cheap stuff,
because this prize was the last on
Colonel Sam Migratory Norris
has come back; hearuved by the
bail; Forest Queen from San Fujn
ciseo this morning. Dining the
passage down, 29 days, the Colonel
ate up everything aboard ship, ex
cept the six mules on deck. South
erly winds wer'o expeiienced
throughout the trip, and dull care
was driven away by the venerable
fisherman nngling for albatross and
The Forest Queen is docked near
the O. S. S. wlmif and has a pow
der Hag flying. She brought sir
mules consigned to Hackfeld & Co.
Messrs. Davies & Co. arc tho agents
of the bark.
PRINCE OSCAR OF SWEDEN.
The engagement of Prince Oscar
of Sweden to Miss Elilm von Munck
is expected soon to bo made public.
The Prince resigns all his right and
titlo to tho thiono of Sweden and
Norway and will devote himself en
tirely to the navy witli the rank of
Miss Ebba von Munck Fulkila is
about thirty years old and lady of
tho court of tho Crowu Princess.
She belongs to an old ariHtociatic
family of Finland. Botli of her
biothers are olllceis, and her cousin
is aid-dc'camp of tho King.
Piince Oscar, who has always been
tho favorite of tho Swedish people,
on account of his frankness and
kindness, is greatlj' pi nised for hirf
choice and decision. They say it is
more honorable for a young pijucc
to icslgn and to marry his loe Hum
to enter into a morganatic marriugo
in order to retain his title.
fTho above is a translation ftom
the Gcrnmn Review "Echo. "J
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests.
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WHAT THE CAPTAIHS SAY.
You whaling captains seem to be
pietty good fellows while ashore,
said a scribe to a half dozen of those
gentlemen last cveuing, but accord
ing to the statement of tho 20 sail
ors in this evening's Bullltin, you
must be terrors when at sea.
Wo have, said one of the captains,
the scum of all nationalities aboard
a winder, cut throat lapsoalllons,
pessimists mid chionic growlers,
who, if not held in check, would be
com niiting tout deeds all the time;
it's to the advantage of all aboard a
whaler to let the seamen know who
What do you think of the state
ment made by the 20 mutineers of
the J. P. West?
Pietty well written, chipped in a
captain, but was not done by one of
Made out of whole cloth, and al
most void of tiutli, said another.
How "ashy" it sounds for the cap
tain of the West to go out of his
course, to see ice and dela5' the ves
sel for the fun of it. Captain is not
intemperate, nnd as to drinking
sailors' giog is out of tho question.
Captains want better grog than that.
The provisions put aboaul the J. P.
West were not as the sailors repre
sented. If you were acquainted
with the man who provisioned her,
Mr. Scribe, you would bu satisfied
as to the goodness of the food. Sea
men on a whaler live better than
those of the island traders do. They
are well provisioned before leaving
home, take in fresh supplies in Ho
nolulu, aic re-victualed by tenders
in the Arctic, when they have abun
dance of lrcsh meat in the shape of
ducks, geese, salmon, deer and
whale-steaks throughout the season.
The sailors of the West want liberty
and that's what the kick is about.
The captain will give them liberty
if somebody will insure their return
to the ship. If a sailor was treated
like a prince, he'd Krowl because he
was nut treated like a king. Any
body who knows anything about
sailors and life at sea will not be
lieve the statements of the 20.
There was then a break in the
talk 'for a few moments, the c.ip
tains were engrossed with their
cigars. One who had been walking
up and down during the conversa
tion, slopped, pufted two or three
times at his weed, cleared his throat
and jerked out: Talk about Cap
tain Coon being intemperate. Have
you ever scon him the worse for
liquor? Guess not. Neither has
anybody else. He is very well
known here ; but not as a drinker.
No sir, not as a drinker, but as a
gentleman. Only just now one of
your own people told mc that he
had known the captain for live
years, and always as a decent, tcm
petale man. It is alL bosh to talk
of him as intemperate.
Here the scribe came to the con
clusion that he lequircd to be clse
wheie just at that time, and scooted.
London, March 7. A letter from
John Bright was read at the recep
tion to Lord Ilaitington at Ipswich
this evening. Blight reminded the
Liberal party that the Gladstonians
had shirked discussion of Glad
stone's bills, which had ruined the
party. He continued: "They do
not try to defend the bills. Nobody
familiar with the details of the bills
is able or willing to defend them.
The Gladstonians prefer to attack
the Government, to denounce Bal
four and to spicad abroad falsehoods
about the barbcrous manner in
which the Climes Act is enforced.
They have great sympathy for dis
loyal Irish leaders and priests who
forget their true mission is one of
peace, not violence But they say
nothing in behalf of humbler men
impiisioncd for offenses incited by
gentlemen disturbers of the peace.
The seventy of punishment in
flicted for common offenses in Eng
land is far beyond the severity of
sentences of tho men whose writings
and speeches have caused the ter
rorism, boycotting, outrages and
minders that have disgraced Ireland
and shocked mankind during the
last seven years. Surely in all
modern history there is no instance
of humiliation so great as that to
which the bulk of the Liberals have
been reduced by blindly following
a leader who, toward the close of a
great career, has committed a griev
ous error by adopting a policy to
which the country will never con
sent." Loid Harrington, in a speech,
contended that the Unionists had
oveiy reason for congratulation.
Their increasing stiength, he said,
would enable them to maintain their
opposition to the dangerous and dis
honest schemes of Gladstone, Ho
declared that Gladstone had now
openly palliated violence and dis
honesty in Ireland.
Lord Ilereschi'll presided at a
dinner of the National Liberal Club
to-night. In a speech ho predicted
that the Conservatives before long
would pioposc a homo-rule scheme,
representing piobnbly more ad
vanced views than those' of Glad
stone. . j.. ij. . j,1, ii -.
Father What do you think of u
boy that thrown a banana skin on
the sidewalk? Son 1 don't know.
What do you think of a banana skin
that throws a man on the sidoiralU?
Mil. TliURCCR AI1D THE SUGAR TRUST.
To the Editor of the "World:"
In your issue of to-day you publish
nn anonymous letter ieccicd by
Col. Geo. Bliss in connection with
the investigation of the Sugar Trust,
which charges that "the larger
buyeis get from the Tni9t their
sugar at about ft to 10 per cent,
lower than tho BUiall buyer has to
pay;" that this creates "a vlituul
monopoly of the inorchaiiting of
sugar among the huge sugar job
bers," and closes by saying: "You
will understand how a large jobber
who was examined bcfoic your com
mittee should have shown so little
opposition to the Trust, although
under oilier circumstances ho has
figured as a public leader in nil anti
monopoly movements." As I was
the only witness subpa-uaed fiom
the jobbing trade, this necessarily
applies to mc ; and I desire to state
for the information of the anony
mous correspondent and the public
that, however just it may be that
a large, responsible buyer should
have an advantage over a small and
incsponsiblc one, my firm has not
received nny advantage, as stated
by him, the only advantage thus
far given by the I rust to large
buyers over small ones being their
public discounts of A per cent, on
fifty barrels, 1 per cent, on 100 bar
lels and 1A- per cent, on 1,000 bar
rels ; and to show that the latter is
not sufficient inducement to pay for
the additional lisk I would state that
we have never availed ourselves of
it. My testimony was to the effect
that trade combinations were the
natural reaction fiom extreme com
petition, but whether they were
dctiimental or otherwise depended
entirely upon their management;
that the present advance in the price
of sugar was not alone due to the
Trus't, but depended upon other
ninjlil!nnn P r-i....i.l.. n .. .1 lln.lln ml
uuiiiiiiiuua ui aui'iiij ..nil uvjiil'iui ,
that the Sugnr Trust could undoubt
edly buy and manufacture cheaper
than individual refineries, and hence
tlieic was a reason for its existence,
etc. This the anonymous coi res
pondent either does not know or
tdoes not wish to know. He evidently
'belongs to a class too cowardly to
face an opponent, and therefore
steals behind him and strikes htm in
the back with lies and innuendoes.
1 will be as quick as any one to con
demn unreasonable action on the
part of the sugar refiners, but I
lecognizo the fact that they have
had hard times for some years,
during which the margin between
raw and lefined sugars has been
l educed from four cents to three
quarters of a cent per pound, and
that, as in a railroad war, some re
action from such a state of things
was inevitable. (It is now about 1&
cents per pound.) It would do no
one any good to have this industry,
which employs thousands of men,
broken down. Their investment is
necessarily an expensive one and
useless for other purposes, and so
long as they get but a fair ptofit up
on it, reason and justice alike concur
in conceding it. It is easy enough
to make an unjust charge or write
untiuthful and anonymous letters,
but the Ameiican people cannot
long be deceived, and facts aictlic
only things whicli last. Respect
fully yours, F. B. Thurber.
New York, Feb. 28.
N. Y. World.
A RUEFUL REVERIE.
A writer in a Kansas City paper
wrote the following the other day :
In the days of open ranges and
lightly-stocked ranches, such
weather as we have had since Jan
uary 5th meant 15 to 20 per cent
loss, and now, with every range
overstocked and half the cattle in
closed with wire fences the poor
cieatures are compelled to stand
their ground and perish. If the
truth is ever known, the loss this
winter must lie something teiribie.
The ground has hecn covered with
Know nearly ever since the opening
of tho new year, and many of the
shallow water places frozen to the
bottom. With no food and drink
there could be but one result-death.
The ranch business was always
cruel, even in its best days, and
now especially to. To compel cat-
llo to Htand on the open plains with
out food or drink such weather as
,nu have been having bIiowb a want
of feeling that is hard for many to
understand. Hut tlicso men arc
being paid for their htupidity. The
Northwestern langes this winter
must he decimated, and men that
counted themselves rich in cattle
last lull arc now seeing their foi tunes
disappear in dead carcasses on every
hill. This is a sad and unfortunate
state of amiiis, both on the score of
misfoi tune and ciuelty. With such
vicissitudes it is not sin prising; that
the ranch business lias a "black
eye." It looks at if those heavy
losses were a winning from Heaven
that cattle can no longer be turned
loose upon the plains by the thou
sands aud compelled to scullle for
their own living all the year round,
I unaccompanied by financial disaster.
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"Lady Clare Vero de Vcrc," said
Queen Victoria to one of the ladles
of the royul household tho other
day, "hand mo the morning paper.
It contains my spect-li in Parliament
yesterday, and I liavo not yet road
it. I liavo a woman's curiosity to
know what J said on that occasion."
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
i- WORKS. Capacity 1,000 iliion
per day. New .Machinery, New Unities
hi ndilltloii to our mteiit Cttsiul Valve
Bottles, we me now prepared to supply
War Ships and Vcj1s leaving for other
countilcs. witu Soda Water, tf, put up
lu ( otk Untiles without extni charge for
hottloj. J. E. llrown Ai Co, Depot 28
Merchant sli-i.et. 04 lw
pHAS. J. FISH EL has received
j ex Austialla the latest stjle of
ladles uuti limned hats, also a line lino
of children's leghorn hats hi diffcient
shapes. Call aim sec them. S7 lw
"I ET SOME Genuine Ohlfashloned
J Untterscoten Candy, at the new
tandy Factory 1
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut icauis l educed to :10 cents
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and I!a ery, Hotel, be
tween Nuuaiiii and Fort btiects. 71
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colate and Coeoanut Caiamels ie
duccd to i)0 cents per Aholo pound, at
the l'loneer Steam Candv Factoiy and
Bakciy, Hotel, between Niuiauti
BRANDS OF CALI-
Poi t. Madeira nnd Malag'i,
lor sale in Kegs ana caes ny
G ON SALVES & CO ,
01 Quccu Uriel.
URE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
uml Vanilla Chocolate Ci cain(de-
lleious) i educed to :VJ cents per whole
pound, at the 1'ioni:i:u Stbasi Candv
Factokv Am 15aki:uv, Hotel, iii:-
rWKIIN NUUANU AND FOllT BTUKKTS.
CLEAN RAGS ami set nnd bund
ciolliini; wilt lie gratefully iccel v.
eil for lliti uo of the inmates of llio
Hr..nch llospiial for Lipcrs al Kuksako,
oi nt the Leper Siltlment on Molokai,
if lelt wltli J. T. Walerhoiiac, jr., at tho
Quccu Street Sloro. t&f tf
MISS. P. T1IIELE,
On Bcrctaniti stieet near 1'iikoi.
(Formerly McQuiro's House,)'
Kiiidorgarteii & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French nnd Griiinin taught, aud
Music Lesions given.
A ?ufe coiiveyniiee will eil! for and re
turn ehlldri'ii living nt a dlMnuci'.
73 Miuuul Telephone No. 504. 'im
The Great Clraranco i-ale nt the Store
of the lute Geo. Engelhardt
will continue fi.r
ONE WEEK LONGER
Dining this time the Entire Stock mutt
be sold. To accomplish this
all Arlitk-a will bo
told at a
Reduction ef 10 Per Ceil
ihis opnniimiiiv of
sl 01 1 1
s i mini;
i m brace
in all dccii)tiuiw of
Rubbisli ! Rubbish ! Rubbish !
'pilK undersigned who hts been nu.
1 thori.ed by iliu Hoard o( Iliiillh as
a G ulngii Collector, pivts notice to tho
public oi Honolulu that lis is rcttd to
lemove the Hubbish fiom Btorcs and
pi 1 vale icslderic&j at I lie uuprece
iienle lly nunll charge of 50 cents per
month and to remove the same from
restaurants for 91.00 per month, llortc
llltci ih cliiEsed us Kllhbish. Treu tilm.
niiiigs will bu charged fur extra. Demi
Dot., Cum and any Hinnil nuimnls will
letemoved free of ch.irge. A reason,
ublu charge will bo miido for the re.
movnl of dead HorseR ami Cuiile.
The utidendRiifd cm be commuui.
eated with by Office T lephune 1570, and
I'rivute Telephone 220, Mutual To) Co.
N. B. My carts work on S'ltiudays.
I,. L. LtiPIERlUS.
02 1 v
Rubbish! Rubbish! Rubbish!
'pilE iiudcitdL'iicd having been in the
1 btiHiui!-s fo i the pnsi 15 mouths,
mil now being apt oiule.l by the liennl
of Ifuilth as Kubhisli Collector. I
hereby wish to tl.atil; tho public tor
there liberal patronage, hoping aeon,
liuuiiiiee of the jiuno w iih u moru ex
tended list of cmtomiiM. I hbr.ll nt.
heretofore have my iiihhish c.utsgoo'i
ncli strut wheie leipiiicd time times
nch vNcel.,e.ceit In veiyialny weather,
then uo lime.- each week. Afier this
mont'i cch cnit will iiury a hell to
nmiouiicu iUi ni'i'CHiauco on thu hire i,
tliHt no oi)u will Iiiino an cxciifu fcr not
felling out their dl t.
terr-l'ilccs heiulofoie: Ordhmrj
lloiiHo Hubbish and Yard Sweeping,
GO i ciiu, 7ii cenib nnd $1.00 por month,
if i nt in coutaliiLiiJ.
Thu above pi Ices nrrtuigid incoming
lo the imiounl ol iiihbis tal: u hviik.
Trio Tiiinnilugs and lliive Litter
will be cliargnl extra.
Uorio'. bullocks-, Hngb anil DOjjs will
he bulled nt ieiisomibu nttcc.
N. F. UUiiGISSS.
1. S. Viioiiu knowing of ono viho
1 rifpiiied lo lmo Ihejr rubbish re.
iiuivnl, who li nut able to ny tho tax,
if the pally or piiiiicn will let inn know
I will do iheii outing l'leo ul charge.
JiO lin N. F. It.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are (iuiliori6d 10 u llctt lortlio
Uonolulu June 6th, 1887, 07
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST RECEIVED A
iNEN LAWNS IN
Ma Lira eil Eiroll Swisses,
BlaS MM 81 at Law Prices,
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Ivwin & Co.
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Gcrmea,
IInckiEis & Franco American Feed Co.'s Aasort'd Sonpn,
Ridges Food, Imperial Granuni, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafeis, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Com, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
JSSjT Leave your oiders, or ring up 111). -3a
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
Having not only a six years' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in all and every branch of
OF THE leiUHEST
Of all sixes, always on hand
mented in the highest
oilier production in Honolulu.
SSHlonolulii: Hotel St. bet. FortSKuuanu; both Telephones Ho. 74S
i ONLY PIE f
Made of the colebrated CREAM of the "Wood lawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.00! S2.00! SS.OO! S2.00!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
B3rAs some evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
? of the intention of ruiniii"; niv business and villanouRlv
lalsetying my UOODS and IUE CKEAM 1 will forfeit
100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
JOE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
:csr BEWARE OF FALSE REPRESENTATIONS -a:
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook drOrnamenler
Both Telephones Xo. 71. Hotel St. bet. Nuuium & Fori. St.
NEW DESIGNS !
Torcloiii Laces !
or made to order and orna-
artistic style, defying all