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A JH"cv More
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
I'or 81.00. At
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
THURSDAY, MA11CII 22, 1888.
Schr V 9 Bowne for San Francisco
Btiur Kaala for Wulahm and AValanac
"VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for Lahatnn, Maalaca,
Komi anil ICnu at 10 u m
For Main and Hawaii, per
nnu, ilar 21 Ainior v 11 uornwoii,
lion Sam Parker, I" II W Hoss, Iter A
Ostrtiui, Mrs Wild, Mis ('ushlnghain
and 2 ehlldion, Airs S Obcd, Miss U
"Wi;rht, .1 N Wright, Judge Kla
Nahoolchta. O h Wight nud family,
L Cabot, G W Wllfong, Mr Gonatvcs,
E K Blvcu and -10 others.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr ICaala 1,200 bags sugar.
The W S Bowne took for San Fran
cisco to-day 11,897 bags sugar, valued
00,002.88, 200 buhches of bananas mid
13,153 gallons of spcim oil.
LOCAL & CEHFRAniEWsT"
Mn. Jas. F. Morgan's regular cash
sale on Bat 111 ilny.
That "cribbed umbrella" bad
ter be returned at once.
The attention of all interested is
directed to Mr. M. Green's notifica
tion, hi another column, relating to
tho assignment of Yeo Wo.
Mu. J. H. Putnam, U. S. Consul,
was given a complimentary concert
by the Hawaiian Band, at the Dudoit
House, King street, last evening'.
'That 200 dollars dry plate detec
tive camera, purchased for tho Ha
waiian embassy to Samoa, became
the property of Mr. Fred Waldron
Tin: bteamer Lehua is duo here
to-day, tho Kilauea Hou and Mokolii
will be due ou Satin day moining,
and the Kinuu, Likclike and Mika
hala on Sunday.
Mr. F. Horn, pioprietor of the
Tioneer Cake and Candy Factory,
has in this paper an eloquent address
to persons contemplating matrimony,
relating to their wedding cakes.
, .. .
Mn. Chas. J. Fishel, at tho corner
of Fort and Hotol stieets, now has
on a grand clearing sale. Tho re
duced prices at which ho is belling
aro given in his advertisement.
. . ....
His Majesty the King, Lord Dal
rymple, Mr. J. A. Buck and Mr.
Barnsfield have engaged passago by
the steamor W. G. Hall, which goes
to windwaid to-morrow morning.
Mr. Jas. Williams took some ex
cellent photographs of tho intetior of
Mrs. W. G. Irwins's elegantly fur
nished parlors, at her residence, Fort
street, this morning.
A PoiiTUGUKSi: man diopped flat
on his face at the corner of Merchant
and Nuuanu streets this morning,
and lay there as though dead. Cap
tain Larson picked up the man, who
was very sick, and putting him into
a carriage, sent him to the Queen's
TmiEB cases of common nuisance,
adrunk and a deserter wcio tho new
casesto bo tried in tho Police Court
this mttrning, but wcio put off. The
Judge inylismissing the Court at 10
o'clock, oiXt of respect to tho memory
of Emperor) William, made a pathe
tic allusion; to the death of that
Monarch, aW spoke cojnmendably
of his reign!.
Mr. A.1. M. Hcwett, stationer and
booksclleij, Merchant street, has a
now book- for sale, of an exceptional
kind a nook about dairy farming,
treating lof the subject in all its
various phases and ramifications,
stock, grasses, treatment, etc. The
book is' profusely illustrated with
colorel representations of animals,
implements, grasses, etc. J. P.
Sheldon, assisted by others, is tho
author, and Cassell & Co. of Lon
don and New York, tho publishers.
Tho book is invaluable to every
stock raiser and dairy fanner.
HO. I TEMPERANCE DRINK.
J. E. Brown & Co. of tlio Tahiti
Steam Lemonado Works, aro praoti
cal advocates of temperance princi
ples, inasmuch as they manufacture
boTerages such as temperance peo
ple indulge in plain soda watcjr,
lomoundo, gingoralo, cream soda,
hop ale, grcnadino, etc, Tio manu
facturers have adopted a commend
able method for extending their
principles, or their trade, which is
about tho sauio thing they have
sent to this oflico a sample box of
their beverages. A splendid idea I
.The samplo has been tried, and every
person in the ofllcc, from tho devil
lip, pronounces it an "unqualified
success," an excellent article with a
kind of "morelsh" Jlaror to it. Talk
about "equal to Schweppcs's." It
is along way ahead, for that gentle
ijian, whoever ho may bo, never sent
ps uiiy I When the hot weathor sets
jn, this olllce can coinfortably stow
away about two dozen, a day, like
iq pauiplo, and pn tho same terms.
' -i'i"u", tMjatj c"jui-iue'' tun w.i.wi'M.tfwr
Xf you want ft
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAK & CO.
For a cool, delicious beverage, tiy
G. J. McUiuthy's Milk Shake.
The Pioneer Steuin Untidy factory
does not sell (imported) Stale Oltoco
lato CieuniH for liono-niade, but its
own fresh and superior uiticlo made
by P. Horn, tho only Practical Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-be competitor dnio
not accept. 82
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of the Debating Club, in
the lodge room of Oahu Lodge K.
of P. at 7:30 o'clock. Subject of
debate : Is the credit system an evil
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
iiy i.r.wis j. ixvnr.
Regular cash sale, at salesroom,
corner of Queen and Fort street,
10 o'clock A. M.
iiy jas. r. UOUUAK.
Mortgagees bale of hay, oats, etc.
estate of R. W. Laine, at 10 a.
jr., at store of D. McKcnzie, Fort
CAPT. D. KILLMAH.
Captain D. Killman, who brought
tho steamer W. G. Hall down here
and was chief ofllcar on her for some
lime, and who later on took com
mand of tho bark Aallanta, now in
port, has been appointed master of
the new four-masted Hchooncr Kit
sap, named after the lost barkentine
Kitsap, known here.
Dr. B. O. Baker,
ernment physician for Kona, was in
Mount Vernon, Illinois, when the
cyclone of Feb. 10, struck tho place.
It swept in a half-circle 500 yards
wide through the town. It demol
ished the Com t Iloute and school
house, largeSbrick buildings, in half
a minute. The ruins took fire and
spread to the uninjured part of the
town. Forty-eight people were kill
ed, 250, more or less, injuied. Dr.
Baker and son had a most providen
A letter from a Colonial gentle
man stopping at the Hawaiian Hotel
suggests that photographs of the
Volcano and other Hawaiian scenery
taken by Mr. Jas. Williams, be sent
to the "Australian Centennial Exhi
bition" to be held at Melbourne next
August, for the purpose of showing
the native products and scenery of
the Islands, with a view of bringing
tourists here. Mr. Williams says he
cannot afford to send some three or
four hundred dollars' worth of views
to the exhibition, but if the Govern
ment will take an interest in the
matter lie will let them have photo
graphs at half price. """
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
Chief Justice Judd, sitting as
committing magistrate in the Luce
and Macfarlane conspiracy cases
this afternoon, committed both de
fendants, separately, for trial by
jury in the coining term, and fixed
the bonds for each at 82,500.
Justice Judd, after reading his
opinion, addressed the press, stating
that when he cautioned the report
ers about publishing the testimony
111 tho cases, ho did not mean that
by so doing they would bo in con
tempt of court, but wanted them to
be careful, because the community
being small, it would, ho thought,
bo dilllcult to get jury-men without
a decided opinion in case of com
Mr. Ilartwcll haid that ho would
rather defend a man committed to a
jury, the testimony of whose case
had been correctly published in the
newspapers, than from a jury drawn
from a community which is life with
false reports, as tins is.
A USEFUL CALENDAR.
The calendar of tho Transatlantic
Fire Insuiance Company of Ilam
buig, for which Messrs. llnckfcld &
Co. are the Honolulu Agents, has
just been received at this olllce. The
calendar is on stiff cardboard, about
0x0 inches in size, with an attach
ment for hanging up. In addition
to tho calendar portion, tho card
contains a list of the company's
olllccra anil a few particulars relat
ing to its capital. The top is occu
pied by the twp hemispheres and an
eagle covering them with its out
stretched wings. Tho entire get-up
of tho-card, portions of which aio
gilded, is neat a-id pretty. But its
one special and distinguishing feat
ure, which renders it of gi eater sor
vico than the general run of such
productions, is the attachment at
tho left lower coiner of a little
Fahrenheit thermometer. So hero
wo have a calendar and thermometer
in one, to designate tho day of tho
week or month and to indicato the
temperature of tho
the same time.
A novelty for fashionable lun
cheonsA good appetite. Boston
Minneapolis is having "a heated
tenji" that is, the thermometer is
above zero. Boston Herald.
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
Full Dress While Ycsts,
HONOLULU SOCIAL CLUB.
The aboe club was organized last
evening. It is proposed to hold its
meetings 911 the first Wednesday in
each month. The membership is
limited to fifty. Tho following olU
cers were elected :
J. II. Heist President
D. W. Koacli Vice-President
U. Cottrell Secretary
J. B. Gibson Treasurer
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL OF
110LY wkci: uastkr's suiiviots.
Next Sunday is Palm Sunday, tho
1st day of the Holy week, the day
on which the church makes comme
moration of the triumphant entry of
our Lord Jesus Christ into Jerusa
lem a few days before his death,
the people accompanying Him with
palm branches, hence the name of
the day, palm Sunday, and acclaim
ing Him with these words: " Ho
sanna to the Son of David ; blessed
be lie who comes in the name of tho
10 a. m. Blessing and distribu
tion of branches. High mass with
the reading of Jesus Christ's passion.
March 20th. Maundy Thursday,
also called II0I3' Thursday, is the
day of the institution of tho blessed
sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.
7 a. m. High Pontifical Mass,
in which his lordship, assisted by
clergy, will solemnly consecrate the
holv oils for the administration of
sacraments for tho whole year.
3 p. in. Washing of the foot of
12 poor men in remembrance of the
washing by our Lord of the feet of
March 30th. Good Friday, also
called Holy Friday, the day our
Saviour was crucified.
10 a. in. Religious service, with
tho singing of the passion.
3 p. in. Stations of the cross.
8 p. in. Passion Sermon in
March 31st. Holy Saturday, the
day our Saviour's body was in the
7 a. in. Blessing of the baptismal
font and other ceremonies, followed
by high mass, at which the bells of
the church, which had ceased to
ring at Holy Thursday's mass, shall
bo heard again.
Easter Sunday, April 1st, is the
day when the church commemorates
the resurrection of our Lord.
10 a. m. High Pontifical Mass,
the singing performed by St.
Louis choir, followed by baptism
of infants and adults.
3 p. 111. Confirmation, rosary,
MAN AND HIS BEST GIRL.
The Rev. D. Iluntly, formerly of
this city, lectured recently in Balti
more on "The Girl to Love and How
to Treat Her." Among other things
he said that Ihe girl for the average
American citizen to love must keep
herself abreast of the times, read
the papers and be able to talk poli
tics, in addition to putting up with
the little weaknesses of her hnsband.
If he wants to sinoko she should let
him smoke at home, and not drive
him for that indulgence to the
nearest saloon. She must know how
to economize, and not illuminate the
whole house with a full head of gas
in each room. Men shouldn't tell
their sweethearts they will give them
precious stones : they will probably
have to come down to Rhine stones.
Neither should they quote their
mothers. Mother-quotinir is the
most fruitful source of domestic in
felicity and must be avoided above
all things. Washington Critic.
TERRITORIAL DESERT LANDS.
AltUA OK NKW MUXICO AN1 AltlZONA
LANDS SUbCr.l'TIIII.K OK CULTI
VATION. Washington, March 9. Tho re
port submitted by Delegate Joseph
of New Mexico from the House
Committee on Territories, providing
for artesian well experiments in
Arizona and New Mexico, estimates
that over 70,000,000 acres of land
in Arizona, and 7-l,0U0,000 acres
in New Mexico, all of which might
be made susceptible of cultivation,
must forever remain unfit for hu
man habitation unless water can be
obtained for irrigation purposes.
In this conncotiou tliu report of the
committee says: "While the popu
lation of New Mexico is increasing
by reason of large mining enter
prises, yet, as shown by said census,
there lias been an actual decrease of
the agricultural olemcut, the num
ber of farms in D380 being actually
less tlinn in 18C0. This can ho ac
counted for only on the fact of
scarcity of water for agricultural
"Tho same conditions exist in
Arizona, except that its population
is about 1 per cent to two squaie
miles of area. Tho waters of that
Territory have been almost entirely
appropriated to agricultural pur
poses; yet, millions of acres of
most fertile lands are uninhabited,
because tho poverty of the people
will not pcnjiit experiments in
water development, and does actu
ally prevent any effort toward re
clamation of tlieso vast deserts,
The climate of this deseit country
is adapted to the growth of the vino,
fig, ollyo, oraugo, lemon, and va-
Iioolt nt tho Pino Iilno or
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
rious other tropical and scini-trop-ical
fruits, while- the products of the
Temperate Zono grow in richest pro
fusion wherever n water supply can
bo obtained. The vnllcys of these
Territories aro extremely fertile,
and under proper encouragement
can bo made productive beyond
probably any other land on this
The bill as reported is very simi
lar to tho one introduced caily In
tho session by Delegate M. A.
Smith of Arizona. It proposes ,to
appropriate $100,000 to carry out
the provisions of the bill, one-half
of tho amount appropriated to each
Territory is to be used to defray the
expenses of a hydographio survoy,
and the remaining 880,000 in sink
ing experimental artesian wells and
demonstrating the practicability of
a reservoir system for purposes of
The Noumea mail brings an ac
count of an extraordinary phenome
non which occurred during an earth
quake at Port Sandwich, in Malli
colo Island, on tho 21st of October.
In the middle of tho port tho waves
were rolling as usual, when suddcly
a column of water was projected
high into the air, and at the same
moment flames issued out of the
cavity thus formed, lighting up the
sea and land for some distance
around. This phenomenon, which
occurred in the evening, latcd only
a few seconds, but throughout the
night there were frequent shocks of
earthquake. The spectators of this
strange sight related that the Haines
proceeded from the spot at which
the ships were usually moored. Tho
Dives, a Government vessel, return
ing to the island soma weeks after
wards, made soundings, but ascer
trined that there had been no change
in the depth of the sea at the an
chorage. It is, however, objected
that the precise spot whence the
flames issued may not have been
examined. This phenomenon has
produced some trepidation, it being
apprehended that Port Sandwich
may some day meet with the fate
which befell Port Resolution, which
is now almost blocked up owing to
the upheaval wrought by an earth
quake, and can only be entered by
ships of light tonnage.-f St. James's
YEE YO, cornrr Vuunaluanml Klnp
stiecUi. having this day niado an
assigoment to m: of all his propny and
Bs-eif, for tlio benefit of his creaitors.
all persons having claims against Jiim
arc lcquosted to piesont the same to mo
at onco, and all persons indebted or
owing any money to said Yce Wo, and
any persons having possession or control
of any pioperiy belonging to him will
please malic immediate payment or
delivery of s.imu 10 mc at the offlcj of
M. Phillip & Co.
Afbignee of Yco Wo
Honolulu, March 20, 18B8.
THE s'oak in tiade, store fixtures and
JL sife now contained in the stori'
formerly occupiul by Yre Wo, coiner
Maiimilica and King stree s, together
with horse and wagon, building and In
terest in loasc at l'alama, and all debts
duo and owing upon book account to
the 'aid Yec Wo, are ofiucil for ealo as
a whole, and must be pohl before TUBS
DAY, March 27th. lirtics dishing to
purchaser can ottuin full iuforinadon
at olllce of Phillips As Co.
Assignee of Yco Wo.
Honolulu, March 31, 1SS8, 00 lw
T wo years old and strong.
ECS- $5.00 a Hundred -a
Is only made and Hold at llio
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
& Ice Cream Parlors,
Car AND NOWIIEHK ELSW
For Plantations, Gardens, Lawns,
For Hnlo by JIAXKO.N' A, HMVTJI.
V7"B nru now piupared to receive nil
YY ordciH for Hits uhovo Kertilizer nf
a Hiipirior quality, ihurnughly ouml,
and warranted onts of the Umi articles
of the kind in tho market. Orders may
ho left with
h. P. IJANKON, 200 Queen Btieet,
G M. SMYTH, Haw. Hotel Stable.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
j. largest circulation 01 any uuoer
printed in this
Kiugdoin. CO cents per
A Flno Line of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
JL WORKS. Capncliy 1,000 dozen
per ilny. Kew .Machinery, Now Bottles.
In addition to our patent Cnstnl Valve
Bottles, we aro now prepared to supply
War Ships and Vcatels having for other
countries, with Soda Water, tt;., put up
in Cork Bnttlw without cxtia charge for
bottles. J. E. Brown & Co., Depot 28
Merchant street. 04 lw
npHiTb A ILY BULLETIN-Tlm
1 mrt popular pnper pulillnlieil.
CHAS. J. FISHEL has lecelved
ex Australia the latest style of
Indies untriiiuncd hats, also a lino lino
of children's leghorn hatw In dtffeicut
Shapes. Call anil see them. 7 lw
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Thi! Dally Bullctlu." 50 cents
GET SOME Genuine Ohlfashlonod
Uutlei scotch Candy, at tho now
Candy Factory! "Yum! Yum!"
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
JL cliiBBcs "The Daily Bulletin." 60
cents per month.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Renr of Lucas' Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a llvo
JL o oning p.iper. GO cents per month.
THRESH, HOME-MADE WAL?
JL? nut Creams reduced to 30 cents
per whole pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Canity Factory and uakcry, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Tort streets. 7t
THE BEST PAPER to subscribe
lor to the "Daily Bulletin." 03
cenls per month.
RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colatc anil Coeonuut Caramels re
duced to no cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xuuanu and
Foil streets, Tt
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
Kingdom "Tho Dully Bulletin."
60 cents per month.
BRANDS OF CALI-
Ioi t, Madciia and ilalanra,
for sale in kck'- null cases ly
GONSALVE& & CO.,
01 Queen strcot.
tho Ivinpuoin "Teh
to cents per month
PURE. FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Cicams(de-liciou'-)
reduced to "W ecnts per whole
pound, at the PioN'r.nn Steam Camiy
Factoiiy And Bakkky, IIotk.l, hi:
twixn XiiUANU anm Four STitnms.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully iceclv
eil for tho usu of tho inmates of I ho
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Kaknako,
or nt the Leper SitUiiient ou Molokai,
if left with J. T. 'Watorliousc, jr.. at the
Queen Slreel Slore. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Berctania arret near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily Sl Boarding School:
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A fafo conveyance will call for and re
turn children living nt a distance
72 MuMiilTeli'phnneNo. 501. pirn
W AUSTIN Whiting and Charles
Creighton, attorneys and conn,
cellors at law, have by mutuul arrange,
ment this day dissolved their business
Honolulu, March 17, 1885. 1)1 lw
Rubbish ! Rubbish ! Rubbish !
rpilE underslgnrd who has been au.
JL tborized by Ihe Board of Health as
a Gaibigc. Collector, gives notice to tho
public ot Honolulu, that ha is ready to
romovo the Kubbish from stores nnd
privuto residences at I ho unprcce.
dontcilly email charge of DO cents per
mouth and to lemove the simo from
restaurants for 81.00 per mouth. Hurso
litter is filnfsed as Rubbish. Tree tiini.
miugs will bo charged for extra. Dead
Dogt., Cats anil any Email animals will
lcioinoved free of charge. A reason,
ablo clrirgo will bo made for tho ro.
tuoval of dead Horses and Cuttle.
The undersigii'd can bo conimuni.
catul with by Olllco Telephone iHO, and
I'rivalo Telephono 2:20, Mutual Tel. Co.
N. B My carls wotk on Saturdays.
L. L. LiiriERRE.
Rubbish! Rubbish 1 Rubbish!
rMII3 undcrsiirncil having been in ihu
X hualncHA for the past 15 months,
and 11 on being p olntud by Ihe Hoard
of llcullh as ImbbiRli Collector. I
hen by sslsh to thank tho public lor
Ihuio libir.il patronage, hoping a con
llniiauco of tho paniu with a more ex.
tended list of ctutonurs. I pliull as
heretofore have my iiibbieh catts go 011
each street where required threo times
r ach week, except in very tuiny wcnthi'r,
then two limes each week. After this
mouth each cart will carry a bell to
announce its appeaianco ou tho btrcr-t,
that no 0110 will have ua excuse for not
Betting tut tlu.lr dl't
JEttirl-rlccs as hereloforoi Ordinaiy
IlotikO Ituhblsh and Yard Sweepings,
uu t'ciii:', to uuiiin uuu 9i.vu i'vi jj.uumi,
if put in containing
Tlio above prices arranged according
to the amount of rubbis'i takin away.
Trie Trimmings and Ilorio Litter
Will bo olmrged extra.
Hoitc, Uullooks, lloga uiul Dogs will
bu buried at icubonablo rates.
N. P. BUJ10ESS.
l S. Anyone knowing of one who
Is required 'to have their rubbish re.
moved, who H not able to ray tho lax,
If tho puity or parties wlU let 1110 know
I will do their cutting V,o f charge.
00 Uu ' ?, P. B,
(,ii ri jy-n.if. tioit'vytirtg'i j 'i iiiiit'KyKf'''i.vriiwTV5.i'jy;i'rifTC;jgfii
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST RECEIVED A
LIMEN LAWNS H
OO j? rtr "C4.
Dupec Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysteis, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Germca,
Jluckin &, Franco Aiauric-m Feed Co.'s AmortM Soupn,
Bulges Food, Imperial Grannin, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, jStits, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, 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.
B6?" Leave your oidcrs, or ring up 119. "(Sa
Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving orders for the above arti
cle are respectfully requested to call at the Honolulu Pioneer Steam Can
dy Factory and Bakery, established 18Gfl, before going to any other Louse,
as my establishment is POSITIVELY the only establishment in Honolulu,
notwithstanding all the ridiculous, empty and pompons newspaper blow
ing and puffing, where n cake can be procured to give the greatest satis
faction to the most refined tastes, and to be an ornament of exquisite
workmanship 011 your table which will not crumble in pieces when cut,
but be .1 credit to the fine art of the Confectioner, which has not only for
twenty-five years but still bids competition defiance to this day. All at
tempts in any other establishment are inferior to mine and not worth the
price you pay. It is an indisputable fact that all over the world a good
workman's productions arc always cheaper than a halfinade one's arc.
Having had over half a ceutury's practical experience the undersigned is
enabled to ornament Cakes in all and tho highest styles of art.
Tho only Practical Confectioner in all branches ; Proprietor
lionoiuiu steam satiny factory and Bakery,
tween Fort and Nuuanu Streets, Honolu
Mude of the celebrated CREAM of the Wood lawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! SS.OO! S2.0QI S2.CO! S2.GO!
PER GALLON---fiSMST MEASURE
THE " HONOLULU STEAM flANnv l?Af-Tm?v
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
iKSrAs some evil disposed persons who aro onmilv iBt-
of the intention of ruinimr
lalsefying my GOODS and IOJi) OKEAM I will forfeit
S-!X nny l,or8on who wi P-Wo by analysis that my
lOL CKEAJM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhero else.
: tar BEWARE
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornaraenter
Both, Telephones Xo. 71. IlotclJSt. bet. Nuuanu & Fort St
NEW DESIGNS !
. Black Mil SI at Low Prices.
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Opposite Irwin & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
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