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Fine Hat or Necktie,
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Full Dress White Yests,
Look nt tho riuo lino of
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A Fine Lino of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
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F FASHION !
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MONDAY, MARCH 2G, 1888
USS Vandnlln fiom llllo
Ilk Vlloia H UopMus fiom Sau Diego
8tinr Mlknhnla fioin Kauai
Stmr I-lkellke fiom Knhulul
Stun- Kluau fioin Hawaii and Mnui
Schr nniite fiotn Kunu
f-tinr Kll'iuca Hon fiotn Uauiakua
Stmr J A Cummins from Kuulnu
Schr Wuloll fiom ICtuui
Schr KaulllU'i from Kauai
Sclir Knnloknl from Kauai
Sclir nimoknwal from Konlau
Sclir Kulamami fiom Hawaii
Sclir Addle IhiEbcltiii 2(i ilays fiom San
Franei-cn en louto for the South
Stmr Suipiicc for Laupahochoe and
Sclir allele for Kuan
Ilk Sonoma foi Sail l-'iaiicitco
Ilk Cnilu! leu for San Fianeleo
Stmr Lulnia for Ilamakua
fctmr .las Makec for Kapaa n' f p in
Sclir Kaulilua for Kloelo and llannpcpu
at 3 p in
Stmr Knul.i for Walanao and Wtiinlua
StmrKlnau for tho Volcano and way
ports at 4 j) in
Stmr U It Bishop for Kuan at :i p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Likcllke for Maui at " 1 m
Stmr Kllanca Hon for Hamakua
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at C p m
Schr Canute for Kuan
Sclir Waioll for Ku mi
Schr Kmiikeaotill for Koliala
Schr Addie Ilasseltin for tho South Sea
From Kauai, per Mikaluln, March 25
Mr and !rs Warren, Mrs A II Jones,
Mrs Kiiehoff and child, K L,accy, J
Morse, A Wiggins, .lames Campbell,
Asliford Silencer, Koss Speneer, 3 Chi
nese nnd -17 deck.
Fiom Maul per Mkolikc, March 25
MrsKooney and 2 chilUieu, E Hoff
mann, Mrs H KuihelanI,M AGousalves.
J S fiaiba, W Burlowitz, 2 Chinese, and
Fiom Hawaii and Maui, per Kinau,
March 23 W C Parka, 'is M Brown,
Hon W A Kiunev, H A Biclcnbcrg, Hon
"W II Daniels, Mrs W T Khoads and
child, G XI Ewart, Bi o Bertram, Miss L
Davawoshollc, Bov T V Moore, Hem W
G Irwin, W M Glffnul, Hon J U Kawal
nul, Mrs J S Smithies, Miss L poiron,
and 50 deck.
From Kauai, per Walaleale, March 20
it Bertelman, Master Bcitelman and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinau 0,123 bags sugar, liiO bags spud
and corn, 171 hides, 1 Horse, 40
bags ginger, 10 bags peanuts, 41
bags taro, 110 pkgs sundries.
Kilauea Hon 3,500 bags bitgar.
Iwalaul G,0." bags sugar and 59 hides.
Mikahala 3.803 b.ys sugar, 100 bag
pia, 180 sh ep, CO liidcs and 2
Likelike (i,flG3 bags sugar, 123, hides 1
horse and 1 cow.
Canute 2.800 bagsjugar.
Waioll il j'I bags sugar,
Kauilceaouli 1,'JUO bags sugar.
Luka 1 ,875 hags .sugar.
Kulamami 1,170 bags sugar
Mol Wahine 2,000 bags tug.ir.
Walaleale 3.550 bags Mig.ir.
ThebaiKF S. Thompson sailed from
Kahulul la-t 4i ednesday with sugar for
The Caibaiain took for i-'nn Francisco
to-day, 10,107 bigs sugar, weighing
1,017,734 lbs., and valued at 837,371.84.
the also took 200 bunches bananas.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A nativi: woman while fishing at
Koloa, last ThuiHday, was drowned.
Mn. V. W. Hull has been appoints
ed u member of the Board of Educa
tion. .a .
Kahalkmauna.u native well-known
in Honolulu, died at Koloa last
TnuiMiNU of trees, to allow of the
free Bpier.d'of tho electric, light, will
bo undei taken this week.
A youno mini desires a situation
in iv country btoio; can read and
write English and Portuguese.
Mn. Thomas Muldoon will re-open
his saloon and rtMiuu.uit at No. .'IS
King sticer, on Satuuhiy, Match
Unlks.s dis)iOM d of previously by
private kale, tho Kainiiloii will bo
offered at auction on the first day of
Tin: unated wateis manufactured
by the Tahiti Loinonado Works Co.
aro becoming univeis.vlly Ubed. Tho
depot is at 28, Morchant sticct.
Josui'H Can ion, u Spaniard, drop
lied dead ftom Iuh homo, while lasso
ing bheupat Wuimea, Hawaii, beveral
days ago. Tho cause of his death
The glass at the bottom of the
foot hills near Lihuo "took (ire last
Wednesday, nnd when tho Mikahala
left SiituuTuy tho fire had traveled
up into the woods.
OAi'TAiN Larfcon locked Jack Mc
Vay in tho Station Hoiibo yesteiday
oii n charge of nulling liquor without
a liceiibe. Tho nibo was to come up
in the Police Court this afternoon,
Mil. W. T, Ithoads announces to
tho public that owing to ill health
nnd consequent departure fiom the
kingdom, all bills duo him must be
paid before Apiil 1st, or thoy will bo
placed in tho hands of the Collector,
Tuehc was a big jnm of loaded
drays, lending fiom tho stenmer Ki
nuu to Foit street, this afternoon.
Captain Bates has lecdvctod from
his Into illucfcs and will pilot tho
steamer C. 11. Bishop to Kunu this
The class of book-keeping to bo
opened thin evening by Sir. P. C.
Jones, ut the Y. M. 0. A., is free to
the members of the association.
Persons not members can take the
com so for if 2.00.
Tun Irish Linen advertised by A.
M. Ifewotl, is Hindu only fiom the
pure and unworn linen outlines ob
tained fioin the linen niunufnr.torics.
Neither cotton nor rapes of nny kind
rue tied in the manufacture.
Tho Koynl Hawaiian Hand will
piny nt Kmmn Square this evening
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme :
Ovci lure Mai Itana Wallace
Ballet Mii'ie Astoiga Attbcr
Vall7.-l,001 Nlgbts Strauss
Selection I inaloie Quy leanest;
Medley War ltccolleetlon.
March The Band
. . .Sehlld
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Moonlight Concert at Emma
Square, at 7:30 o'ejock.
Mr. P. C. Jones book-keeping
class at the Y. M. C. A. hall, at 7:30
MeetingoC the Trustees and Stand
ing Committee of the Central
Union Church, at tho residence of
Hon. Charles R. Bishop, at 7:30
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge, No.
'21, P. & A. M., at their lodge room,
Queen street, at 7:30 o'clock, for
the installation of ollicors.
OFF THIS EVENING.
Por the Volcano by the Kinau
this evening: Mrs. Wild, J. A.
Wood and wife, Mr. Dottcier, Mr.
Davis, Mr. Driver, Mr. Moore, E.
A. Judson, Eugene Zoetl, G. Blown
and wife. Mr. and Mis. G. P.
Wilder and a number of others leave
for other ports.
A COUGH REMEDY.
only Twi:xY-riVE c;i:ntr l'EU rouxn.
Initated throats nnd annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
The entertainment given by the
League on Satuiday night was a de
cided success. The programme was
well rendered and was thoroughly
appieciatcd by the large audience
present. After the musical part of
the programme had been completed,
the President introduced Mr. P. C.
Jones. Air. Jones, in his usual
pleasing manner, entertained the
audience by exposing the frauds in
adulterating California wines, and
remarked that they weie all more or
less injiuious, as the quantity of
adulterant was small or great.
Satuiiday, March 24th.
Antono Pcttina further continued
Two natives, drunkenness, SO
Hermann, disturbing the quiet of
the night, 60.
All Cliang, profanity, continued
to the 2Cth.
Jas. Mason, vagrancy, continued
Robt. E. Lee assault and battery
on a Kakaako wahine yebterday,
Monday, March 2Gth.
There were 21 cases to he tried in
the Police Court this morning. A
number were put off until to-morrow
and two were to come up this
afternoon. The cases concluded
this morning we're:
Six drunks, 80 each.
Knperida, assault and battery on
Elen (w), S10.
Ah Kuna, selling goods on Sun
G. T. Camera, a hntmlessly in
sane Portugue&e, discharged.
Jack, assault and battery on a
A HORRIBLE GRIME.
Yesterday evening a Chinaman
mimed Kok Yuk, stoickeeper on tho
corner of Piikoi and King streets,
was discovered by his nephew Ah
Sing, lying on the lloor of his bed
room in n pool of blood. Kok Yuk
was alivo but unconscious when dis
covered. The nephew at first went for a
Chinese doctor, nnd inter telephoned
to the Marshal. The telephone
message to tho Marshal was received
at 5. 15 o'clock p, in. Dr. Kodgers
was immediately rung up and le
qucstcd to ibi't tho injuied man.
A litter was dispatched from tho
Station House, nnd when the polico
an i vert nt tho. scene of horror Dr.
Rodgeis wus there nnd Dr. Wood
had just come. The .mangled
Chinaman was placed ou tho litter
and taken to tho Queen's Hospital.
The wounded man bad a huge
gash on the right temple, where the
bono was fractured. Another cut
was on tho lcft temple, nnd a third
on the top of tho nose, between the
eyes. Tho sight was horrible. The
curtains which surrounded the bed
were smcaied with blood, while a
pool was formed on the lloor. Tho
only evidence of robbery was a
broken table dtawer, which showed
the maiks of two axe-cuts. The
wounds were evidently made by the
axo or hatchet found on tho lloor.
Kok Yuk was attended at tho hos
pital by Doctors Kodgers, Wood
and Urodic. He did not recover
consciousness and up to 12 o'clock
to-day there were no signs of his re
covering. Marshal Sopor has had posters
in four languages stuck up, offeiing
85000 reward for tho captuic of the
person or persons who pcrpcitratod
the horrible crime, or for informa-
l-tion that will lead to the arrest and
conviction of the party or parties.
1 , J'i'lU'.l'JIJCl'l
THE LATE DR. HOFFMAN.
Dr. Edwnid Hoffman departed
for his eternal rest last Sunday
morning, at his residence, Wylie
street, Nuuanu Valley, and was
buried at -1 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Dr. Edward Hoffman was boin at
Oldcnberg, Germany, August 21st,
1815, and was educated in Heidel
berg University. lie came to these
islands as doctor on a Bremen
whaler, (said to be the Jos. Ilay
den), in the spring of 1817. lie
located in Honolulu with Dr. Wood,
now living near Boston, and kept a
drug store on the site whore Bishop
& Co.'s bank now stands. Later
he took possession of the building
erected by Makec, where Mr. C.
Bolte's ollice now is, corner of Kaa
hiimanu and Queen streets. The
doctor earned on the apothecary
business until about 1881 when he
retired. lie was at one time medi
cal adviser for the Lunatic Asylum
and Oahu Prison. . "
Socially Doctor Hoffman was
among society people, and was a
principal mover in all social events,
lie was an excellent musician as
well as a man of learning. He was
Knight Commander of the Order of
Kamchamcha I, Companion of the
Austrian Order of Francis Joseph,.
Austro-Hungarian Consul from 180!)
to 1882, and a member of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, P. & A. M.
The late storm here has been the
heaviest .known for several "years,
and the surf was higher than it has
been for a long while, making it al
most impossible to land at Waiakea
even. Wc need a good vharf near
Cocoanut Island, and unless the
Hilo It. R. is built, the Government
will have to take the matter in hand.
A "rif raf" or breakwater from
the vicinity of Cocoanut Island to
the point of the reef, would make
our harbor one of the safest in the
woild. Stone is plenty on the ad
joining mainland, and one could be
built without a tremendous outlay.
Would that some of our money
squandered the past ten years could
have been made available for that
As long as I'vo been a resident
of Hilo I never saw so much snow
on Mauna Loa. 'flic cold weather
here gives one a feeling of health
and spirits that is decidedly good.
The U. S. S. Vandnlin leaves to
morrow after a few days' stay in
our port, and she leaves with the
best aloha of all Hilo. Never has a
war-vessel made us a visit where
olllcers nnd men have been more
gentlemanly and quietly behaved,
and we pait with them with regrets.
Tho Lui line left here last Satur
day carrying a full cargo of sugar,
and also a large number of our fellow-townspeople,
among whom wo
mention Mrs. D. II. Hitchcock, Mrs.
Thompson and child, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis. Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. Bochmer
and Eply Austin. It bus made
quite a gap in Hilo society.
"Whales aro quite plentiful on tho
windward side of Alolokui and espe
cially so from Pclekuiiu to Kalawao-
Dr. Pcteison is becoming more
pattoniscd than formerly by tho
people within his distiicl. Downs
looked upon for a long time witli a
suspicious eye by the nntires on ac
count of a story that the doctor hart
given u man medicine mid tho man
died immediately. The doctor
showed that bo had not given the
man medicine, that the man hnd
not taken nny medicine nnd last
that no such person had died.
The Bui.uniN heems to be tho
"people's paper" in the settlement
Copies of it may be seen ftequently
and uouu other.
Supt. Wilson's working party at
Molojcni aro rushing things along
lively. Already tbey have laid over
two miles of pipe intended for carry
ing water to tho Leper Settlement
Father Damien nnd his Hock pro
fited by tho visit of Minister Thurs
ton, the levcrenrt gentleman having
hart forwarded to him since a sewing-machine,
wagon, and material
for a new house,
Tho weather at Waikolu dining
tho past four weeks has been very
boisterous, rain and high winds prcj
There is overy prospect now of a
new wharf or landing being built nt
Kalaupapu immediately. F,
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS.
Knwninhno Church was ciowded
on Sunday morning, the event being
the quarterly Sunday school exhibi
tion. Tho exhibition was under the
direction of the Superintendent Hon.
W. R. Castle, assisted by the Hon.
D. L. Naone, and was very credit
able to all concerned. The pupils
from the Knwaiahao and Kameha
meha schools took part in the exer
cises, as did also the Hawaiian
Band, the latter furnishing in
strumental and vocal music, which
produced a marked effect on the
audience, especially their singing of
several liyinns. Pour little girls
sang and recited psalms in the Ha
waiian and English language in a
very perfect manner, winning tho
admiration of all present. At the
close of the exercises by the schools,
the Rev. J. Q. Adams, delivered a
a short address.
There was also an exhibition at
Kaumakapili Church, under the
diicction of Mr. A. L. Smith, Super
intendent, in which ten Sunday
schools took part. The. large and
spacious room was well tilled with
spectators, who showed their appre
ciation of the proficiency of the
pupils in a very decided manner. A
noticeable feature of the exhibition
was the singing in concert of sacred
music, which could only have been
executed in the manner it was by
careful and pcisistcnt training, on
the part of the teachers. After the
regular exercises, the Rev. E. S.
Tiinotco addressed the pupils in
Hawaiian, highly complimenting
them for the progress they had made
during the last quarter. The whole
exhibition was highly commcnablc
to both teachers and scholars.
The conditions of electrical power
transmission have been thoroughly
studied by competent engineers, and
are now so well understood that
those conversant witli the practical
aspects of the subject arc well as
sured that within u few years even
the smallest towns and villages will
supply themselves with electric
light and power plants. In such
places a plant of lifty-horso power,
or even less, will bo quite sulllcient
to furnish a good profit on the
moderate investment of capital re
quired. The establishment of a
power center even in a rural village
cannot fail to attract a greater or
less number of small, though by no
means unprofitable industrial enter
prises, and the meie fact that such
power can be had will in itself tend
to rapidly increase the demand.
The management of an electric
power plant requires no unusual
scientific knowledge. Once the sta
tion has been established it can be
cairied on by the ordinarily intelli
gent class of mechanics and woi le
mon who arc to be found in every
village. It is computed by statis
ticians that the average pi ice at
which power is sold in the United
States approximates SI 10 per horse
power per annum. A fifty horse
power electrical plant, including tho
station building, engines, boilers,
dynamos, distributing-wires nnd fix
tures, can be erected at present
prices, at an expense not much ex
ceeding 8150 per horse-power, and
tho gross cost of operating such a
plant may be fairly estimated at
about $ 1,000 per year. Experience
has shown that, in consequence of
the intermittent demand by a
group of miscellaneous consumers,
it is entirely safe to contract to sup
ply a quantity considerably in ex
cess of the actual capacity of the
station, so that indeed as much ns
seventy horse-power might bo sold
from a fifty horse-power plant, thus
bringing in a yeaily gross revenue
of 87,000 or more and leaving a net
profit of sonio $U,000. Wheie a
good water-power is available tit a
moderate outlay, the profits might
bo even thoro than we have estimat
WINTER IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
A correspondent of the London
"Times" writes from Naples, Jaun
tily 27th: "It is as lovely and tepid
a morning as the most confirmed in
valid could desire. Winter has
passed away ho, at lease, we hope
and 'the'journhls nre completing
the statistics of the weather during
the year that has but lately set in.
Up to Christmas it was compaia
tivcly fine, and wu had no reason to
expect tho ligid season that was
nppronching. Confining my icport
to Italy, in Turin the cold was in
tense, and the thermometer fell
many degrees below zero, which, in
Italian calculation, is 112 . At
Allcsandria, further south, it was
yet colder. Ah to Florence tho
beau idcnl of every Eiiglibhmun a
ftieurt who hns for several years
r wintered in Southern Itnly writes:
'Never will I pass another winter iu
Florence. The cold was extreme,
anil tho snow was permitted to Ho in
the streets so long that it was im
possible to get out of the house, I
would rather winter in Eughmrt.'
And so would any one who, guided
only by tho pmstigc of a name,
comes out without advice, and ex
pects to find heat in nny part of this
glorious land. Even Rome nnd
Naples suffered more than usual, as
tho cold on several nights was 4
below zero, or 28 Fahrenheit ; but
the brilliant sun soon warmed us up,
Indeed, since New Year's day
scarcely a day hns passed without
enjoying its rays for muny an hour.
From Catania friends write com
plaining of the cold, nnd speak of
huddling over the Ore as in'.England.
This could only Inst for a very short
time, as Elmi and the sun soon ten
dered all artificial heat unnecessary.
The moral of my report is this let
no one imagine that by crossing the
Alps he can bask in the sun of Italy.
Such a trip, and such a voluntary
exile, requires much inquiry, for in
this land thcic aro climates ns severe
as that of England."
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
JL WORKS. 'Hie AurulcU Wateis
Tnuuuraciuicd at the above establish
ment are used by all the princlpM
fumilirs at Honolulu, and exclusively
by H. B. M. vessels of war visiting tliU
port. Plain Soda Water equal to
Schucppes. Depot 118 Merchant street.
T F YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL inlviriiu) In tlie Daily ltuia.miN.
CH ARLI EI There's no use tnlktng,
the .Now Candy Factory makes
delicious Choeolatu Creani9! !)8 lw
TOB PRINTING ol all kinds exc
l culwl a tins Dmi.y Htil.l.KTlN Otllre
TSAY, JENNYI When go dowTi
JL town we'll call at the Elite and get
an exquisite lee Urcum UrniKl us tw
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Thc
JL mo-t tiopnla!iiper publisliail.
pHAS. J. FISH EL has iccehed
J ex Aitntralla the latent atjle of
ladles uuuiimuvd lints, al-o a. line line
of children's leghorn hats In diffeient
shapes. Call and tec them. 87 lw
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
HI eolnmtis. $2 p.T inniini.
ftET SOME Genuine Oldfashioned
VJ l!iittcrcotcIi Candy, at the new
(. audy Factory !
THE ONLY PAPER mul by all
JL classes 'The Daily nullel in." 60
cents per month
IYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
i SHOP. Rear of Lucas.1 Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN nut. the
X. largest circulation of any paper
primed in this Kingdom. SO cuils ptr
JL nut Cic.uns lcduced
to ::0 cents
per whole pound, nt the J'ionccr htcam
Candy Fnctory and HnLury, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Fort sti ects. 71
HE BEST PAPER to sulwrlbu
for Is the "Daily bulletin." on
etnts per month.
I?RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
? colate and Coco.imit Caiamels re
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam ( andy Factoiy and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xiiuauu and
Fort stieets. 71
THE OLDEST DAILY hi iho
JL Kingdom The Dally C'lllcliu."
CO cents per month.
LiMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL tornia Port, Madcit a mid Malaga,
for sale in keg-, and cac by
tiONSALVKS & CO.,
01 Queen street.
JL PER In
tho Kingdom "Teh
60 cents per mouth
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Crcains(dc
llelous) reduced to 110 cents per whole
pound, nt the Piokkku Stkmi Candy
Factoiiy And Bakkuy, Horui., m:
twkkk Nuuanu and Fout rtueistb.
CLEAN RAGS ana becond hand
clothing will bo gratefully iccclv
cd for the use of tho inmates of l ho
rtriinch Ilomilnl for Lepers at Knkuako,
or nt tliu Leper Bittlmcnt on Mololuii,
if left with J. P. Wuterliouse, jr.. at the
Queen Sired Store. Ufcf if
MISS. P. TUIELE,
On Beret'inia street near I'iikoi.
(Fornieily MiOuiro's Homo,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Alto, Fronch nnd German tnught, und
Music Logons glvni.
A f-nfo coiivoynnco will call for und re.
ttiiu childrmi living nt a displace.
73 Mtim.it I'olrpiinuu No. 501. Sm
TO exchange u No. 1 Phino for n
JL Horse nnd IMuirton, or for n Hnroi!
Inquire at this ofllce.
rpiIK uiiiler&igued having heeu up
JL polnud Assignee of the P.atato
of 11, W. Lui lie, huiil.iupt, rcquesti)
all persons uho have olulins ngainst the
(Btntu of snid K. W, Lulne, bi'ciui'd or
otherwise, to present lliu same duly
sworn to, mul ull persons indebted to
suld KMiilo nre icipiestfd to make Inline,
dime piymeiit to
A. J. C.VUrWUIGHT.
Atnlmic-u of tliu Bilntu of K. W. "
Honolulu, March IBlli, 1888. Ill Uw
Ill Aro authorised
in collect for the
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 07
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST BEOEIVKU A
L!NEN LAWNS tti
Mia Lira ml- Mrolflsfl Swbs,
BM En Silk at Low Prices. '
83 & Q5 Eort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dupce Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Poik, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Ctanberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bteart, Table Fruits, Germea,
I::cliins & Franco American Feed Co.'h AssortM Soups,
Kidgcs Food, Imperial Grantim, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Giahain Wafcis, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Ci ackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, 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.
fiQy Leave your outers, or ring tip 110. -X5a
H n B Q n B E! n M
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 18113, before going to any other house,
as my establishment is POSITIVELY the only establishment in Honolulu,
notwithstanding all the ridiculous, empty and pompous newspaper blow
ing and puffing, where a cake can bo procured to give the greatest- satis
faction to the most refined tastes, and to be an ornament of exquisite
woikmaiiship on your table whieli will not crumble in pieces when cut,
but be n credit to the line art of the Confectioner, which lias not only for
twenty-live years but still buU competition defiance to this day. AH at
tempts in nuy other establishment are infetior to mine and not worth the
price you pay. It is an indisputable fact that all over tho world a good
workman's productions are always cheaper than a halfmadc one's arc.
Having hart over half a cenlury't) practical experience the undersigned is
enabled to ornament Cakes in all and the highest styles of art.
The only Practical Confectioner in all branches ; Proprietor
Honolulu Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. Hotel be
tween Fort tiurt Niiuanii Streets, Honolulu. II. I.
S yPILif rUiiL S$
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the Woodlnwn Dairy,
sold at tho great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.00! S2.00!
PER GALLON HONEST MEASURE H
THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
rSSr'As sonic evil disposed persona who are openly boasting-
of the intention of ruining my business and villanouslv
l'alsefying my GOODS and IOK OREAM I will forfeit
juuw to any purgon
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &,0rnamenter
Both Telephones Xo. 71. HotelJSt. )jet. N uuiuiu & Fort St.
NEW DESIGNS !
TorcliiM Laces I
'ubiic of these Islands
prove bv analvsis Hint, mv
is not strictly mre although sold cheaper
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