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A Few fltol'O
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.00. At
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1888.
Stmr liilsellUc tor Muut nt B p in
SUm- Kllunea Hon fur Hniniikua at 5
Stmr Mlkahala Mr Kiuml nt 5 p m
Sclir Caiiutu for Kiuui
Sclir Walolt Mr Kiiiu
Sclir Kuiilkoaoidl for Ivoliala
Sehr Allelic lliiMullluu for Iho South Sea
Bk Sonoma for Sun Francisco
VESSELS LEAVIHG TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokulll for Molokid nt 5 p m
Stmr Iwaliinl for Lahnluuiini llatnakua
' at 8 a in
Bk Finest Queen for San Francisco
For MiukIiuI Islands, per schooner
Hnsscltlne, .Vim oh 27 B M Moigiiu wife
and 2 children, V S Moignu and
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Klnau, March 20-For Volcano: Mrs
Wild, J A Wood and vile, K Hints-., Mr
Driver, Mr .VI on Is, a Urown and wife,
Messrs Mooie, .Itidson and Pottcrcr.
For Hllo and way ports: Mr Baldwin,!:
J,ycan, Sister lloniiveiitma and pupil
nnd about 40 deck.
The bark V 11 Ilnp'.iins Is discharging
her ballast, white hand, near the 1 M S
S whaif. The ballast was bought by
Mr Nil Thomas.
The salltmr of the I bin k Sonenia was
postponed until to-day. She took 2",
fi93 bajjs sugar. veighlng 0,371,132
nnd valued at $153,U()0.
March 2th, to lbs wife of Mr. S.
Roth, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Mosti loses" is the title of the
latest painting by Mi.s Alico Lcvique
nt King Uios.'
Mn. F. Horn will be prepared to
furnibb hot crobh buns fiom 0 a.m.
until (i r. m. on Friday, Mmch 30th.
Tin; ownor of a time-book and an
order for $15 fiom the Koad Supei-visor-in-Chicf,
can have the same by
calling at this ofliec.
A span of gray horses, hitched to
n carriage, ran away down Fort street
this niorninjjr winding up, without
further damage, at Goldberg's corner.
- pJ -
Somu natives fiom Kalibi say that
a frog was caught out there several
days ngo, and it is now being exhi
bited, as a curiosity, at 25 cents a
A I.AKOU bust photograph of Col.
V. V. Ashford, in the full dress uni
form of the Honolulu Hides, without
helmet, is on exhibition at King
Mn. John G. Rotbwell has been
appointed general delivery clerk in
the Post Ollicc, iee Mr. E. Wode
liouse, liaiihfcricded to the Money
Anybody knowing the where
abouts of Mr. Albert Herzog, an
American, will confer a. gteat favor
upon his friends by communicating
with Mr. J. II. Putnam, the U. S.
Tun Milliliter of the Interior ic
qucsts all peis-ons having bills against
his depaitmcnt to present the same
before March 151st, or they will not
be paid until after the passage of the
new appiopiiiilion bill.
Mn. W. Foster, clerk of the Su
premo Court, notifies that all bills
against the Couit should bo pie
gented on or before Thursday next,
ns accouuiri for the current biennial
period will bo closed on that day.
A uncin company attended
Band Concert at Km ma Squiue
night. Tho atmosphere being
usually clear, tho music was
tinctly heard and enjoyed by
sous at their homes in tho distance.
Mn. J. W. Pratt took an excellent
A photogiaph of Ilia Majesty decorat-
ing Mr. Kahalcwai with tho Order of
Kalakauaand Judge Hoapili with tho
Order of Iviiinohiiinohii at Kailua, on
tho 17th of Mmch, in tho King'jj hall
Mu. J. F. Morgan will bell at his
salesroom on Fiiday, at 10 a. m all
the houtohold fuiniluro of the Into
Geo. Engelharilt. Also at the eamo
tinio and place, by order of J. II.
Putnam Etq,, U. S. Consul-Gonoral,
all tho balance of tho stock-in-trado
of tho Into Win. Turner.
WHERE GAMBLING GQMES IN.
The mere playing of drive whibt
is not gambling. The dictionaries
say that to gamble one must play
"for money or any other stake."
So long as there is no stake, there
is no gambling. If, however, there
are stakes or prizes, for which the
uamo is played, then, wo regret to
say, it boars a strong outward
to tho tleunltion
of tho word
it leally can't bo Gambling: be
cause it is done by peoplo who
would not gamble. That is a com
plete auswor. But if it were douo
by people 'who did ganiblo, it would
run great risk of being classed as
partof their naughtiness. This shows
the advantage of a good name, and
now and then or goou kick,
rpH E DAI LY BU LLETI N la a llvo
4- evening papor. OU cents per month,
If yon want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS fcVEMNC.
Band concert, nt Tlionms Square,
nt 7:00 o'clock.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge No.
1, 1. O. O F. at their Lodge room,
Foit street, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the choir of the second
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at the residence of Mr. T.
May, at 7:U0 o'clock, for lehcarsal.
Mr. C. J. Fishcl's millinery estab
lish limit open till 9 o'clock.
Meeting of the Auti-Asiiilic Union,
at the Bell Tower, at 7:30 o'clock.
Important. A full attendance de
sired. Diill of Co. B. of the Honolulu
thdir armory, at 7:30
A full attendance re-
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give it moonlight concert at Thomas
Squat o this uvening, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: 1'AllT I.
March Taunhaitser Waguer
Overture Fia Dlavolo Auber
Waltz Itluu Danube Strauss
ltcinlniscenees of Void! Godfrey
Variations German Song. .
Lcho Ka Ilea a HImi
. EVENTS TO-MORROW.
Closing of tenders for matting at
The launch Montague, the pro
perty of Mr. J. I. Dowsctt, is now
in the ship-yard of Mr. J. A. Dower,
rcceivinga thorough overhauling and
extensive repairs. She will be made
one foot wider, three feet longer,
and one foot higher, which will alter
her shape considerably, and enable
her to more etlicicutly carry a
larger cargo. She will run from
various ports on Maui to Molokai
and Kalaupapa, for the Hon. J. I.
Dowsett, who has the contract for
supplying the Settlement with paiai.
The Chinaman, Kop Yule, who
was butchered at his btoio on Sun
day evening, by someone unknown,
died at the Queen's Hospital yester
day evening at 5 o'clock from the
effects of the injuries received. A
Coroner's 5 jury was empanelled,
who after viewing the body were
dismissed, subject to the call of the
Coroner. During the evening a
Portuguese with a pair of stained
trowsers was arrested, on suspicion.
The man was set at liberty, while
the stains are being analyzed by Mr.
Geo. Smith, chemist.
- POLICE COURT.
Tuksday, March 27th
Norham, assault and battery
Belle Martin SI). 10.
Lee Hop, selling pork on Sunday
morning after 8 o'clock, 83.
Antone L'cttina, charge, smug
gling opium. Evidence all in,
arguments made this afternoon.
Several cases wcic continued.
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWr.NY-KIVE CENTS mil POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
cougli3 arc quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
I'l1 'U'J1 " im1".
The schooner Addie Ilasseltin ar
rived yesterday morning, 20 days
from Sau Francisco, to take Mr. E.
M. Morgan, family and brother,
and a number of others to the South
The Ilasseltin had very light air
during tho whole passage down.
She anchored outside and after talc
ing her passengers on board at 7
o'clock this morning weighed anchor
and proceeded South.
Mr. Morgan took a number of
fowls, plants and fruit-bcaiingflfces,
besides a large assortment of gene
ral nierchandibo and provisions.
The steam scow took out the goods
A NEW LODGE.
A new lodge, to bo called the
"Rebeka Degree Lodge," was in
stituted by W. IS. Foster as Deputy
Grand Sire, at Excelsior Lodge hall,
lust evening. After the institution
nn election and installation of olll
ccrs followed :
W. IS. Foster, Noblo Grand.
IS. 0. Rowe, Vice Grand.
J. ISmmclulli, Secretary.
S. 11. Rose, Treasurer.
S. Savidge, Wardon.
W. 0. Smith, Conductor.
J. J. Lcckor, Tiibidc Guardian.
B. F. Dillingham, Right Sup
porter of tho Noblo Grand,
W. 0. Parko, Chaplain.
This lodge is a' branch of the I.
0. 0. F, and is instituted for tho
benefit of tho w Ivca and daughters
of members of the Order of Oddfel
lows, these ladies, having the ptivi
lego of joining. Tllo regular night
of inaeting will bo the first and last
Fiiday of each month.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. 'A per suuum.
Tho Arcado-EGAW & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
A Chinaman applying for a licence
to drive a hack yesterday, was told
to got a letter of recommendation.
Off Went John to one of the leading
business houses of Honolulu, and a
little later returned with a paper,
on which was written: "This
Chihatiian has owed us money for
18 months past."
Signed, (firm name.)
John got the licence on the
strength of the recommendation,
and n -i-dollur fee.
INSTALLATION AT HAWAIIAN
LODGE F. & A. M.
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M., was
held last night, when tho following
odiccrs wcic installed by P. M., AV.
F. Allen, assisted by P. M., J. M.
Monsarrat, acting as Marshal :
W. M. Graham, W. M.
John Philips, S. W.
A. 11. Scriingcour, J. W.
AV. M. Giffatd, Ticasitrer.
T. C. Porter, Secretary.
Rev. A. Mackintosh, Chaplain.
Andrew Urown, S. D.
M. N. Sanders, J. D.
John II. Sopor, Marshal.
gJ.U. Goldberg and F. Ailcrbach,
Capt. Ben. Whitney, Tyler.
After the installation, the late
Worshipful Master. J. M. Morsnr
ral, was presented with a beautiful
Past Master's Jewel. The jewel is
of gold; it was manufactured by
Mr. John Spear, and is an artistic
piece of wotkmanbhip. The face
side of the jewel, contains the
square and orient within the points
of the compass, which is extended
on a quarter circle. On the obverse
side Is the following inscription:
Presented to P. M., J. M. Monsar
rat by the membcis of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21 F. & A. M., Dec.
27th, 1887. Tho jewel was intended
for presentation on a former occa
sion, but the presentation was post
poned until the present time.
At the conclusion of this cere
mony the members of tho Lodge
and visiting brethren repaired to the
Anti-room, where 'a bountiful colla
tion was served. Toasts and speeches
followed, after which the assembly
ur.Fonu .limn, c. a.
Ti'ksuat, Mar. 27, 1888.
Damon el al vs. J. O.
In re Deed of Trust of His
Kalakaua. Bill fpr ap
pointment of a Trustee. J. O.
Carter's resignation accepted and
Alex. J. Cartwright appointed in
F. M. Hatch for complainants.
In re estate Cii YitorAliYot,
late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
Petition of W. R. Castle for Probate
of Will, etc. Hearing continued
Ironi yesterday. Ordered that will
is admitted to probate : that letters
testamentary be issued to W R.
Castle and Chu bam Sau as execu
tors, that W. R. Castle is appointed
guardian of said Chu Sam Sau with
out bond ; that notice to creditors
be published in Weekly Hawaiian
Gazette and Hawaiian Chinese
News, etc., etc.
W. R. Castle for petitioner.
In re guardianship of Fedcrhen,
Minors. Petition of guaidian for
allowance of first accounts and di
vision of balance cash on hand inhe
rited from United States.
Ordered that accounts arc ap
proved, that widow is first entitled
to her dower out of said ca9h, bal
ance and remainder to be divided
equally among -1 minors or their le
gal representatives: that is share of
3 minors to their guardian and share
of deceased minor Anne to her
mother A and to iter husband A.
W. O. Whiting for guardian ; A.
Rosa for other heirs.
IIAVH A 01IAIN or
About four-fifths of the human
race U subject to Iunncy ; that Is to
say, they believe in tho moon as tho
sign, herald and arbiter of every
thing relating to the human destiny.
Fiom immemorial time men have
cast an askant glance at the sover
eign mistress of the night to ascer
tain whether it be safe to do this,
that, or tho other thing, and have
been ruled to action or withheld from
it by tho lunar feign. The extent to
which belief in the influence of the
moon prevails among educated peo
ple is amazing, while tho devout
faith of the purely superstitious is
almost pitiful at times. Yet, for all
that is absurd there is so much that
is rational, not so Inuch in the line
of cause and effect as in the nature
of generally recurring incidents.
When peoplo can associate two kinds
of pneumonia it is not strange if
Boino of them believe the one is the
cause of tho other.
A ring around the moon is, for ex
ample, very often the prophet of bad
weather, and the iguoiant mind
readily enough accepts it ns this
.caiisu of the foal weather. Tho
scientist, however, takes the troublo
to be ptaclical in his solution of tho
problem. He iibsurus us that ''tho
cuuso of the IiuIob is tho formation
liOOk nt tho Flno tilno ef
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
of an extremely attenuated form of
cloud, which floarin the van of all
cyclonic disturbances;" so that the
lunar halo is in itself an effect, be
ing the sign of the approach of n
"cyclone" or area of depression.
A clear moon indicates the nntl
cyclonic condition, or area of high
pressuie. A watery inpon indicated
the advent of a disturbance, and
the blunting of the cusp9, due to
the same cause, has the same signi
ficance. These atmospheric condi
tions are not, however, produced by
the moon ; they are simply made lunl
notis by the moon as a reflective orb
that is affected to the sight by
various atmospheric changes. Thus
when the old moon is seen in the
new moon's arm9 bad weather is im
pending. But this prognostic is
susceptible of a very practical ex
planation. "When the moon ap
peals 'new' to us, tho earth should
appear 'full' to the lunar inhabi
tants, if there were any ; and what
causes the dark part of tho young
moon to bo dimly visible is its re
flection of the brilliant earth shine."
But as clouds lcflect more light than
cither sea or land, an unusual illu
mination of the night side of the
moon indicates a large amount of
cloud in our atmosphere, and it is
very reasonable to suppose that
theso clouds are drifting upon us
as the cairiers of foul weather.
From theso and kindicd observed
coincidences have sprung a vast deal
of moon lore that has some basis in
tiuth, but is cither sustained or re
pudiated by a knowledge of physi
cal laws. For example, it is a pro
per saying that when tho horns of
the moon arc turned up we will have
fair weather, because the rain can
not spill from it; but when they arc
turned down wet weather is to be
expected, because the moon cannot
hold its water. Though t'ais idea is
widespiead, the folly of supposing
that the altitude of a constantly
changing moon lias anything to do
with the wet and dry seasons is ob
vious. An almost equally ttniveisal be
lief is that a new moon falling on
Saturday presages a period of wet
wet and unsettled weather, a palpa
ble superstition, considering the fact
of an absence of anything like perio
dicity in subh occurrences. It is
Hie same with the notion that Christ
mas duriiiK a waxinu moon means a
good ycar,and during a waning moon
means a bad year, as though a day
of religious selection weighed more
than its lay follows in fashioning the
moon's influence. Thi3 is in keep
ing with the proverb that to cut the
hair when the moon is new will add
to the beauty and richness of its
It is well enough to be guided by
such signs of the moon as answer to
definite physical principles, those
that prove the moon phenomena in
the reflection of atmospheric condi
tions and chuiiucs, but the pioverbs
that set the moon up as a producer,
as the cause of certain effects, arc
as absurd as it would be to suppose
that the watch-dog's bark signalling
tho approach of thieves wa the
cause of the theft. The moon is a
tort of looking-glass in which we
may sec atmosphere changes, dis
turbances and dangers reflected, and
to be governed by the signs is often
the part of wisdom. But science
lias stripped the lunar orb of much
of the direct potency one titno at
tributed to it. Chicago Intcr
Occan. THE SIIAOrW IN HIGH PLAGES.
The reigning families of Europe
have recently had a large share of
trouble. Probably no ruler of
modern times has had a more un
bearable afllictlon than that which
overtook the late Republican Presi
dent, of Franco. It illustrates the
inspired declaration that a man's
foes shall he of his own household.
Prosideut Grevy's son-in-law, AVil
son, ruined him. Death would have
been a much lighter nflliction ; and
it is probablo that tho ex-President
has more than once wished that
Wilson had died before he know
him. The latter has just received
a severe criminal sentence on a con
viction for an infamous tralllc in
decorations. Tho crime was traced
homo to him. Criminal convictions
in France arc without tho interven
tion of a jury. Tho Judgo declared
in substance that by reason of Wil
son's fortune and family his offense
was all the moro heinous. He had
shocked the public conscience and
tainted tho public morals; and hav
ing barely missed compromising the
dignity of the nation, "the sentence
under the law would ha without ex
tenuation." President Grcvy was
forced out of office, the crown of
his official honor broken in his old
age. If death had overtaken tho
French President, or had swept away
his family, the aflliction would havo
had Boino mitigation. But there i
none for this old man, save the con
sciousness that he had no hand in
thu crimes of his son-in-law, and
though for a time he defended him
becauso ho thought it impossible
that such offense could lie committed
iilmobt under his own eyes, Tho
French President disappeared by a
calamity worse than death.
The German Emperor went to bis
long home at the close of a very long
life w ithoutono word of reproach, nor
with less than profound regret from
all well-meaning subjects. And yet
his death was probably listened by
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
the great allllclion that had over
taken his son. He grieved over the
misfortune, hoped agaiiut hope,
watched any reported change for tho
better. These rcyal characters are
not less human because they occupy
exalted positions. Adrersity and
death overtake them without any
respect to rank. They are but com
mon dust when they "depart. The
palaco can no more shut out disease
and death than tho cottage of tbo
No greater reverses have befallen
any ruling family than those which
overlook that of Louis Napoleon.
He died in exile. The only son of
his widow was killed in a "miserable
African war, where he had hope
lessly bought distinction and found
onlj' death at the hands of savages.
The detluoned and childless widow
is in exile, bearing her griefs alone.
Maximilian's widow is still a maniac,
in her middle age, although she was
once the nominal Empress of Mex
ico. Victoria early became a widow
and has since lost two of her favor
ite children. Tho Bavarian King
went insane and drowned himself in
the presence of his keepers. The
late German Emperor assumed olllcc
as a Regent when the mind of Ins
living and ruling brother had utterly
failed. The late Car of Russia
came to a tragic death at the hands
of Nihilists. The shadows are not
all in low places they arc some
times darkest in high places. ps
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
-I WORKS. 'Hie Autalcd Wntuis
inanufiictiircil ut the aliovu establish,
ment arc used by all the priuclpnl
fn in ill ci at llnnoliilu, nnd cicluslu-ly
by 11. 1J. M. vessels of tmit visiting this
port. Plain Soda Water cnuul to
Scliwcppis. Depot '2 Mcichiuit street.
ClHARLIE! Tlieie'a no upo tnlking,
iho New Cimly Factory imoUls
delicious Chocolate Cream! U8 lw
SAY, JENNY! When we go down
town we'll call at tho Elite niiil get
nn cjqulsito Ino Cream Drink I 'S lw
CHAS. J. FISH EL has received
ex Aiisliiilla the latest stylo of
Indies lintiiinmed hats, alo a lino line
of children's leghorn hats' In ihffeieiit
shapes. Call and tee tlioin. b7 lw
GET SOME Genuine Ohlfashioned
Hntterseoteh Cunilv, at the ntiw
Candy l'actoiv! "Yum! Vuin!"
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear ot Lucks' Mill.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE W.AL
JU nut creams lednccd to 30 cents
per wliolo pound, nttlio Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Ua'.ery, Hotel, i be
tw ecn Nuuaiui and Fort itieets. 71
PAPER to sub'crlhu
X for is tho "Daily
cents per molilh
I?RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
J. colate and Coeoauut Caramels ie
diiccd to :i0 cents per -whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xuuaiiu and
Fort stieets. 71
JL Kingdom "I Ins
GO cents pei month.
DAILY In the
JjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI--L
loruia Poit, Madeira and 21alugj,
for rjio in kcn and ca-es by
GONSALVKa & CO.,
01 Qui'cu stri'Ot.
1 PER in
thu Kliiniluin "Teh
60 ronls per month
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
ami Vanilla Chocolate Crcauis(de
liclous) i educed to '.10 cents per whole
pound, at the PiohT.r.n Steim Candy
Factouv Ani IUki'.uv, Hoini., he
twi:en Nijuanu ani Four bthbets.
CLEAN RAGS Rim second hand
clothing will be giatefully rci-clv.
eil for tho use of the hnnntfii of tho
liranch Hospital for I.ciicr3 al KnknaUo,
or nt tlin Leper Sfttlment ou Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
3IISS. P. THtELE,
On Buri'lauia btreet near Piikol.
(Formerly M'-Guiic'ii House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and Gorman taught, and
Mii9ic LostoiiR irlvrn.
A fafe co.'voynnt" will call for and re.
turn clilblriiii living nt distance.
73 Mutual Telephone No. (idl. P1'"
A HANDSOME COOL BARBER SHOP.
88 KINO HrX"Jt BlUT.
HAS been opened over thu icstaurant
by ono of thu best practical
barbers in the city. Gentlemen wish,
ing a nice uav Shave, or n fanhlomihln
Hair Cut will find it to llmlr advantago
to give me u trial. 7. 1 in
the subscribers of the Mutual
Telephone Company) In order to
feouru thu very best of svrrlco the mi.
tierslgtml requcstb that any cnmplnlnlB in
regard to tlm Inattention of the operators,
nr trouble on the lines or instruments,
will bo lupnrlc) at oneu to J. W. Pratt,
Supoilutciiiltnt, or U)
95 lw Secretary.
rpo fXi'hanpn a No. 1 Pinuo for o
X Hono and I'hailou, or for n llprua
Inqulru at this onloc.
lanirim r '
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
-JUST RECEIVED A
LIKEN LAWNS H
Ma Lin Ml EiraiM
NEW I MPOllTATION
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
: HAS JUST
Dupeo Hams & IJacon, Kits .Salmon llellics, Kits Mackerel, Kegs .
Beef, KcgsPork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Blown Bread, Tabic Fruits, Gertnea,
nuclei ns & Prnnco American Feed Co.' Assort'd Soupa,
Kidgcs Food, Imperial Granuin, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas. Pop 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.
EST" Leave your orders, or ring up 119. -Jl
otice to the
Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving orders for tho above arti
cle arc respectfully requested to call at the Honolulu Pioneer Steam Can
dy Factory and Bakery, established 18(1!), before going to any other house,
as my establishment is POSITIVELY the only establishment in Honolulu,
notwithstanding all the ridiculous, empty nnd pompons newspaper blow
ing and puffing, where n cake can be procured to give the greatest satis
faction to tho most refined tastes, and to be an ornament of exquisite
workmanship on your table which will not crumble in piecc3 when cut,
but bo a credit to the fine art of tho Confectioner, which has not only- for
twenty-five years but still bids competition defiance to this day. AU 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 nro always cheaper than a hnlfmado one's me.
Hating had over half a century's practical experience the undersigned is
enabled to ornament Cakes in till and the highest styles of art.
The only Practical Confectioner in all branches; Piopnetor
Honolulu Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. Hotel be-
twecn Fort and
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the Woodknvu Daily,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.GOI S2.00! S2.00! S2.00I
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
i CAKE, AND BUEAD BAKERY,"
DES 'X'.AJB I-.X5jBlE 1863.
B3?Ab Homo evil disposed persons who ar openly boasting-
of tho intention of ruining- my business and villanously
folsefying my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
: sr BEWARE ' OF " FALSE ' REPRESENTATIONS ' ':
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones !No. Vl. HoleljSt. bet. Nuuunu & Fort St.
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ASH ON !
NEW DESIGNS !
M BrnM SI at Low Prices.
Torclioni Laces !