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xr you want a
Fine Hat or Necktie,
lioolt at tho Fine Lino of
A Flno I.tuc of
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
t'cr nJ.OO. At
Tho.Aroade EGAW & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1888.
March 28 -Batk
V MoLaiicu fioin Newcastle, N
Bktne SOW lhler fiomSan Francisco
Stmr (J It Bishop fiom Kuan
Shhr Lealil fiom Kohalalelo
Stmr Knalaf torn Wnlalua ami Walnnac
Stmr Mukolil for Mulokal at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalanl forl.ahalnaand llainnkua
at 8 u m
Ilk Forest Qnceti for San Francisco
Stmr (J It Bishop for llaimmaulti at i
"vessels leaving to-morrow.
Stmr Kaala for YVahmao and Wahilua
Sehr Lcahl for Unlaw a
Schr Cat llna for Walnianalo Stouc
For Kauai, pur Mlkalialn, March 27
B VT I'unN, MlssLjmun, Mrs Itobt
Fountain and chlldtoii, Mr Akanu, J II
Kalwi and wife, Hon 1' V ICanoa, Mls3
Hart, and about 40 deck.
For M.iul, per UUellkc, March 27
,T A. Buck and wife, Ml and Mis Warner,
Hon W II D.iuicls. .1 I. Thomas, K
From S.m i l.iucKco, per barkentinc
S G Wilder. Match 28 Miss Carrio
Tiegloan, Mi Jus Tiegloan, Mr and
Mis . cecrup. Dick l)als.
CARGOES FROM ISL.AHD PORTS.
Bishop 2.417 bags sugar.
Leahi 1180 bags sugar.
The b.uk Foiest Queen took for
Francisco thU afteinoon 15,573
sugar, weighing 1,GS2,783 lbs
valued ab 7.1,282.24
LOCAL & GEHERALNEWS.
Tun bark Foioit Queen walked
out to sua. fiom Brewer's wharf
afternoon with a stiff breeze.
TiiE8teamcrC.lt. Bishop anived
fiom Kunu this morning.and depails
again this evening for llunamaulu.
Dick Davies' blooded trotter stal
lion arrived by the barkentino S. G.
Wilder this lnoiniug, and was landed
in good older.
The stcamsliip Gaelic, for which
Messrs. Hnckfuld & Co. are agents,
will leave here foi San Francisco on
or about the 4th of next month.
Love's bakery will be prepared to
deliver hot cioss buns to any part of
tho city, on Good Friday, Match 30,
between the hours of 5 a. m. and
C r. si.
The Hawaiian Band played charm
ingly last night under the double
electric light at Thomas Squaie. A
policeman kept the hoodlum element
. .' .
The b.uk W. McLarron with coal
from Newcastle, N. S. W., was seen
several miles to bea this afternoon,
beating hut way to tills port. Her
foretop-gallant miibt is gone.
A WEUrrJiESEiiVEi) skull was dug
up yesteiday, where the kciosono
warcbouse extension is being made.
An old resident here says that lots of
people wdii buried there in early
The main and mizzen top-masts of
the barkentine Planter, which woio
carried away by colliding with an
other vessel when being towed out
of San Francisco, have been replaced
by new ones.
Captain Fehlber may bo seen
stoaltliily gliding about town with
what appeals to bo a subscription
list, but what is i cully a list of names
of parties who have forgotten when
their licences expired.
Tub run on Horn's Butter Scotch
keeps up, and consumers koop on
coming. Boys and girls on their
way to and returning from school
are munching Butter Scotch. The
niceness of the article is the seciet of
demand and consumption.
J. E. Buown & Co.'s unrated waters
"won't keep" in the Bulletin office
not owing to tho impurity of tho
atmosphere nor tho infeiiority of the
mamifactuio, but on account of its
good qualities, which insuie its rapid
consumption. Another case was
emptied yesteiday, and the bottles
are waiting to bo refilled.
EVENTS TIUS tVEMNG.'
The usual prayer meeting at tho
Central Union Church, at 7:30
Services at tho St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 7 :30 o'clock.
Rehearsal of the Arion Musical
Society, at tho hall of Engine Co,
No.'l, at 7:30 o'clock.
Drill of Mechanic Engine Com
pany No. 2.
Meeting of Mystip Lodge K. of
P., amplified third rank, at their
Lodge room, King
utieet, at 7;30
Annual raeoting of the Woocllawn
Dairy and Stock Company, at the
otllce of W. O. Smith, at 2 o'clock
Maunday Tluusday. At tlio Ro
man Catholic Cathedral, at 7 o'clock
a. m., high pontifical muss. At 3 i
u washing of fuet. -
Band concert, at Hawaiian Hotel,
at J;S0 r. N.
A COUCH REMEDY.
OSI.Y TWKNV-VIVE CENTS PER FOUKD.
Itntatcd thio.it nnd itnnoying
coughs iuu quickly lcliovcd by llio
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nY i.r.wis j. ixvny.
At 10 a. st. nt sales looms, a largo
variety of groceries, provisions,
household furnitmc, etc.
THOSE STAINED TROWSERS.
Tlie following explains itself:
Honolulu, II. I. )
Mar. 27, 1888. j
J. H. hormi, Marshal :
Dear .Sir: I have mado n olicini
c.il and microscopical examination
of the stains on llio trowscrs of a
Portuguese arrested last evening,
and find same to bo from nitrate of
(Signed), Gi:o. W. Smith.
ARRIVAL OF THE S. G. WILDER.
The barkentinc S. G. Wilder,
Captain Paul, arrived this morning
from San Fiancisco. Captain Paul
reports 18 days of light winds and
no trades. Captain Rugg, who
brought the Wilder here last tiip,
was in San Francisco when the
Wilder left. Among the passen
gers by the Wilder, as will bo seen
by the list, wcro Mr. James and
Miss Carrie Tregloan. The S. G.
Wilder is docked at Brewci's wharf.
OPIUM AND LIHUOR.
Antone Pettina, cook of the bark
Forest Queen, was found guilty of
smuggling opium, in the Police Court
yesterday afternoon and fined $400.
Messrs. V. V. Ashfoifl and Paul
Neumann appeared for Pettina, while
Deputy Attorney.-Gcneral Peterson
and Deputy Maishal Hopkins con
ducted the piosecution. The at
torneys for the defense noted an
appeal to the Supreme Court.
Later the appeal was withdrawn,
the fine paid, and the stewaid de
parted by his vessel this afternoon.
Antone most likely found this tiip
pietty expensive. Four hundred
and sixty-two half-pound tins of1
opiun. at $7 per tin, 8200 lawyers'
fees, and $400 fine, amounts to
Jack McVay, who was pounced
upon by Captain Larson, Sunday
morning, was found guilty of selling
spirituous liquors without a licence,
and fined S125.
TENDERS FOR HEIFERS.
Following are the tenders leceived
at the Board of Health Ofllcc for
delivering to the Lepper Settlement
200 heads of heifers. Tho contract
was awarded to Mr. S. Parker.
Molokai Ranch, by R. W. Mcj'or,
at Kaunakakai, $14.50; at Settle
J. McColgan, at lvamalo, 15.00;
at Settlement 18.00.
John Ross, at Honolulu $15.00 ;at
E. Jones, at Kaanapali, 512.00 ;
at Settlement, $14.00.
A. F. Judd, at Honolulu, $20.00;
at settlement, .
Sam. Parker, at Kawaihac, $9.00 ;
at Settlement $13.00.
C. Brewer & Co., at Kahnlui,
$11.90 ; at Settlement .
Jasmes Gay, Class 1, at Hono
lulu $20.00; at Settlement,
$23.00. Class 2, at Honolulu, 1G.50 ;
at Settlement, $20.00. Class 3, at
Honolulu, 14.50; at Settlement
BEFORE judd, c. j.
Wednesdat, Mar. 27, 1888.
In ro estate of Kailikole (lc), late
of Waikiki, Honolulu, 'Oahu, de
ceased. Petition of Nahora Ilipa
for probate of will, etc. Hearing
on motion of contestant to introduce
Motion allowed, testimony taken,
matter argued and the Couit orders
the will bo.admittcd to pro'bato, and
appoints Ioane (k.), ndminibtiator
with tho will annexed.
Mr. Kaulukou gives notice of ap
peal to tho Supreme Court.
W. O. Smith for proponent; J.
L. Kaulukou for contestant.
l.mii- . ,iguu xia.q
One drunk, $0.
Knhoohuli, assnult and battery on
a wahinu, $13.
Geo. Hoiightailing, assault nnd
battery on a Chinaman yesterday,
C. Afong vs. Kawai, deseition of
contract service, continued.
D. F. Sandford vs. A. Waldron,
I). F. Dillingham, garnishee. Claim
$18. Judgment for plaintiff for $18
with costs and commissions amount
ing to $7.05. Appeal noted,
A. Waldron vs. D, F. Sandford,
W. A, Kinney for plaintiff, A. C.
Smith for defendant. Counsel
agree that this case bo tried with the
above case of Sandford vs. Waldjon.
"Tho nine-hour movement," says
a dispatch fiom Buffalo, "is spread
ing in the ship-building cities and
towns of tho lakes,"
The following circular order has
been issued to Police and Distiict
Judgus, Sheriffs and Deputy Sher
iffs: I. Police and District Judges
throughout tho Kingdom, except as
hcicin below mentioned, arc to ic
ceive all costs in civil cases, and all
fines, costs and bail forfeited in
criminal cases, whether paid into
Couit or to tho Jailer or Deputy
Sheiiff after commitment to jail,
and shall remit their receipts at the
end of every month to tho Minister
of Finance, and shall send every
month an account of their receipts
and disbursements, in detail to tho
The Marshal at Honolulu, the
Sheriffs at Ililo, WailukuandLihuc,
aru authorized to receive fines and
costs paid in the jails of said places,
and shall remit the same, together
'with their other leceipts, direct to
the Minister of Finance. Tlicy shall
also account to the Auditor-General
concerning all , their receipts and
disbursements, at the end of each
11. All process of Court, civil or
ciimiiial, must be served by the re
spective Sheriffs or Deputies, or by
the regular (paid) police. Only in
cases of emergency, when the above
olllccrs cannot be obtained, shall
service by an unpaid olllcer ho al
lowed. III. Mileage, at the rate of live
cents per mile, each way (as per
statute), shall bo allowed to olllccrs
solving civil and criminal process.
This is to be paid from the costs
collected in the case. Mileage is to
be paid upon the distance travercd
without refcienoe to the number of
pel sons aricbted or served.
IV. Hereafter no shaic of fines,
except in cases where the statute
creating the olfense allows it, shall
be paid to the .Marshal, the Sheriffs,
Deputy Sheiiffs, Ofllcers paid or
unpaid, or to informers. The whole
amount shall be ictiiincd to the
V. The Jailers shall keep a rcc
oi d of all persons ai rested and
brought to jail, and shall report the
same regularly to the magistrates of
their districts, at the next sitting of
the Court, with the bail taken, if
airy, which the magistrate shall enter
upon his record.
A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Clarence. W Asiiioud,
Alliolaui Hale, March 20, 1888.
fcjjfc WJi.T". m
INTERMEDIA KY COUKT OF OAHU.
Thuusday, Mar. 29, 1888.
The King vs. Pipiilani, lareenj'.
Appeal from Police Couit, Hono
lulu. S. K. Kane for defendant.
The King vs. Ah Hee, cruelty to
animals. Appeal from Police Couit,
Honolulu. V. V. Ashfoul for de
fendant. The KingTs. Mrs. Louisa Dork
ing, keeping a disorderly house. Ap
peal fiom Police Coiirt,IIouolulu. P.
Neumann for defendant.
F. II. llayselden vs. D. Kalialc
luhi, assumpsit $100.50. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. E.
Ward for plaintiff; W. A. Kinney
l-VII. llayselden vs. Kancaikala,
assumpsit $52.00. Appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. E. Ward
for plaintiff ; W. A. Kinney for de
fendant. Tong On Kec vs. Cheong Pan,
Man Ling and W. S. Wond, gar
nishee, assumpsit $03.00. Appeal
from Police Court, Honoolulu. A.
Rosa for plaintiff ; A. C. Smith for
Ah Why vs. Wing Wo, replevin.
Appeal from Police Com I, Hono
lulu. W. II. Sea for plaintiff ; J.
A. Mngoon for defendant.
S. Whitman vs. Kapahoni, as
sumpsit $12.95. Appeal from Po
lice Court, Honolulu. J. A. Ma
goon for plaintiff; W. II. Sea for
Kopia (k.) vs. J. II. Soper, re
plevin. Appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. A. Rosa for plaintiff;
C. Creighton for defendant.
Kahaunaele (w) vs. Kapuaa (k.),
trespass, damage $100. Appeal
from Police Coutt, Honolulu, W.
C. Aehl for plaintiff; J. M. Mqn
sarrat for defendant.
Daniel Lyons vs. W. C. Achi,
assumpsit $18.50. Appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. V. V.
Ashford for plaintiff; W. C. Achi
Ho Sow vs. Chin Chow, assump
sit $20O. Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. V. V. Ashford
for plaintiff ; J. A. Mngoon for de
fendant. Thos, P. Spencer vs. Daniel Ly
ons, assumpsit, balance due 855.
Plaintiff's appeal fiom Polico
Court of Honolulu. W. C. Acht
for plaintiff; V. V. Ashford for
Akana vs. Ilamoku (w.), as
sumpsit 80. Plaintiff's appeal
from Polico Court of Honolulu. W.
C. Achi for plaintiff ; J. M. Poepoo
.Cutter's Silk Mill at West Beth
lehem, Penn., now keeps 100 em
ployes busy, and will boon have al
terations inadu that will necessitate
tho employment of over three hun
A HUMBUG TREATY.
Following is what tho S. F. Chro
nicle, of tbo 29th of February, Bays
about our treaty:
At the time of. the extension of
tho notorious Hawaiian Reciprocity
1'ieaty it was loudly pioclalmed
that the United States had made an
immense gain for itself In securing
the concession of Pearl River har
bor. It was asserted that this was
of sufficient importance to more
than balance tho euormous loss
of revenuo which this country
suffers f:om that treaty, it
being rcpiescntcd that the
use of Pearl River haibor would
practically place in the hands of the
United States tho full control and
tho destiny of the Hawaiian king
dom. It was pointed out at that time,
especially by tho Chtoniclo, that if
Pearl River harbor wcro to bo made
at all useful as a naval station it
would have to bo improved at the
cost of many million dollars ; that
in its present condition no vessel of
the United States navy could enter
tho lrarbor ; that it would require to
be fortified at an enormous expense,
and that in no aspect of the Case
could it be of advantage to tho
United States, especially as we have
already a coaling station in tho
harbor of Honolulu, which is all
that would be requiied, unless the
United States proposed to go into
the colonization business, which it
Notwithstanding this, Pearl river
was successfully worked for all it
was worth, and very much more,
and under its spell the Senate
yielded to the wishes of the Presi
dent and ratified, so far as it consti
tutionally could, the extension of the
treaty. No doubt Pearl river was
the molng cause, and the Senate
really thought the United States
was getting something of value.
Now, however, there is inado
public for the first time a letter
fiom Ilia Minister Resident of the
Hawaiian kingdom to Secretary
Bayard, in which the former, with
the utmost diplomatic courtesy, and
with that circumlocution so character
istic of international communica
tions, calls the attention of the
Secretary of State to the fact that
the autonomy of the kingdom is not
surrendered, so far as Pearl liver is
concerned; that the United States
may use it as it may use any other
harbor in the islands, and, most im
portant of all, that the exclusive
light to use it is only for seven
years, or duiing tho existence of
the treaty. So the wonderful con
cession to the United States tuins
out to bo mere phrases an empty,
meaningless string of words.
With this construction of the
treaty Mr. Bayard evidently agrees,
as his reply to the Hawaiian Minis
ter clearly indicates. He saj-s lie
can sec no subtraction from Hawai
ian soveicignty over Pearl River
harbor, nor any language imputing
a longer duration to the use of the
haibor than the life of the tieaty it
self. In shoit, ho accedes to every
claim of the Hawaiian Minister, and
decides that all we have got for the
renewal is the right to use a harbor
which we do not want for a period
of seven years, and that under the
jurisdiction and control of the Ha
The Chronicle has ahead' called
attention to the evident unconstitu
tionality of this extension of tho
reciprocity tieaty, for the reason
that it could be extended only by
an Act of Congress, not by the Pre
sident and Senate ; and if the Hoiibc
of Representatives is not wholly de
voured by partisan zeal and wholly
besotted by its admiration for its
idol, it will renew the inquiry made
at the last session through its Judi
ciary Committee, and request Mr.
Cleveland to explain upon what
theory he took the responsibility of
altering tho revenue laws of tho
United States by negotiating a
treaty which admitted Hawaiian
sugar duty free. Now that it lias
been shown that the treaty itself is
a humbug, and that the much-talk-cd-of
concession is valueless, per
haps the House may conclude to
insist on its prerogative and demand
that the treaty be abrogated, unless
the popular branch of Congress
have an opportunity to pass upon it.
FUNNY BECAUSE UNTRUE.
There is no truth in this pa
tagraph, clipped from the Boston
Journal of February 1st, hut, for all
that, in California, who reads it can
repress laughter? Plowing in Call
foiuin has its disadvantages. Ac
this season especially farmers who
are plowing new ground turn up
numerous tarantulas and rattle--snakes,
the latter being in a dor
mant state, but the fpnner as lively
as possible, Ono farmer recently
killed a rattlesnake which had, nine
Tim mean height of tho
above sea level, according to
Murray, is 2250 feet, and the
depth of tho ocean is 12,180
Unly 'Z percent of the sea
cluded inside a depth of 500 fathoms,
while 75 percent lies between 500
and 3000 fathoms. If the land were
filled into the hollows the bcu would
roll over tho earth's crust to a uni
form depth of two miles.
SOURCES OF ARTESIAN WATER
The sedimentary rocks in theh
gicat thtckncsn incloso a succession
of water-sheets or water-levels occu
pying distinct stages and extending
witli uniform charalcrs under whole
countries like the strata to which
they are subordinated. It is proper
to remark hero that by the term
water-sheet Is not meant a real bed
of water lodged in a cavity between
solid masses that serve as walls to
It, but water filling the minute in
terstices of the cracks of a rock.
Continuous and regular in sand
theso sheets arc usually discontinu
ous and irregular in limestones and
sandstones, in which the water only
occupies more or loss spacious fis
sures. When natural issues arc wanting
human industiy is able, by boring,
to mako openings down to the sub
terranean waters, which it causes to
jet up to the sitrfaco and sometimes
to a considerable height abo c. The
thought of undertaking such works
is a very ancient ono. The Egyp
tians had recourse to them fori
centuries ago ; and they were exe
cuted in Fiance in 112G at Artois,
whence the name of aitcsian wells
has been given to them.
The water levels of tho cretaceous
strata, from which the artesian
waters ibsuc, arc not always of ad
vantage; but in the north of France
and in Belgium they constitute the
most formidable obstacle which
miners have to encounter in leach
ing the coal beds. v
A striking confirmation of the
theory of tho source of supply of
artesian waters lias been observed
in Tours, wheic the water, spouting
with great velocity fiom a well 110
meters in depth, brings up, together
with fine sand, fresh-water shells
and seeds in such a state of preser
vation as to show that they could
not have been more than three or
four months on their voyage. Some
of the wells of the Wady Rir have
also ejected fiesh-watcr mollusks,
fish and crabs, still living, which
must, therefore, hac made a still
more rapid transit. fPopular Sci
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
i- WORKS, the Aerated WsUeis
manufactured at tlie hIiovo establish
ment are used by all the print-lpnl
fjiuilirs at Honolulu, and evclusivrlv
by II. B. M. vessels of vi.ir vUiling this
port. Plain Soda Wntoi icjuil to
SchweppcB. Depot 24 Merchant btrcct
pH ARIJE! There's no use talking,
v thu Now Candy Factory mikes
delicious Chocolate Creams! 08 1 w
SAY, JENNY! When wo go down
town we'll cull at tlio Jilite and get
an exquisite Ice Cream Drink! 8 ivr
TOB PRINTING ol all kinds cxe-
ontpd ill Hi- Daily Bui i.etw Odltp
CHAS. J. FISH EL has leeched
ox Austialin the latest ktylu of
ladies untiimuicd hat, also a. line line
of children's leghorn hats hi difeiont
bhapes. C.ill and tec them. H7 lw
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Daily Bulletin rl els ut nu nth
SOME Genuine Oldfjphioricd
VJl liutterfccoleh (.vimlv, at tlio now
t andy Factory !
R YAK'S BOAT BUILDrNO
SHOP. Re-ir of Lucas Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN 1h hre
X evening paper. CO cunN psr mouth.
I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
nut Cre.ims rcdutcd to iSO cents
per wholo pound, uttlio Pioneer Btciru
Cuiidr Factory and Bakery, Hotel, he
tw eeu Nuunnu and I'oi t bt i eels. 71
BEST PAPER to subotribo
X for is tho "Daily
cents per mouth.
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
eoluto nnd Uoconuut Cnianiels re
duced to SO cenU per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Btoam Candy Factory and
Bakeiy, Hotel, betwoeu Nnuanii and
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
X Klncdom The Daily Bulletin."
SO cents per month.
BRANDS OF CALI
I'oit, Madeira and Alaluga,
Eaie in kec md ch'-cr by
GONSALYK3 A CO.,
tlie Killed oin "Teh
f.O cents per mouth
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
Hud Vanilla Chocolate Creams(du
lielous) i educed to 30 cents per whole
pound, at tho Pionbbh Steam Candt
Factouy Anu lUKisitr, Hoi EI., KU-
TWKEN NlJlMNU ANIl FOllT STKI'.KTS.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
1 I'uhiniui. t'i pt ininm,
CLEAN RAGS ano second hand
clothing will be gratefully lecelr.
ed for tho use of the intnute of tlio
Branch Bomltnl for Lcners at Kskiiako,
or at the Leper Scttlintnl oa Uolokni,
if left with J T, Wuterlioute, jr.. at tho
Queen Street Hlore. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Bcrctaiiia street near Pill.ol.
(Formerly McGulro'A House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
AIbo, Friuich ami Geiman taught, and
llinIc I.esfuns given.
A eafe conveyance iill call loraudie-
turu children living ut dUtuucv.
73 Muluol Telephone No. hU, f 8m
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST RECEIVED A
Ma LiM ai EntaiiM Swisses,
Black BmuM SI at Low Prices.
A' 10 V 1 il PORTATION
83 & 65 Eort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
CHARLES HUSTAGE, '
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Poik, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysteia, Salmon,
Cranbeny Sauce, Boston Blown Biead, Table Fruits, Gerniea,
Ilnckius &, Franco American Feed Co.'h AsHort'd Soopn.
Itidges Food, Imperial Grantim, polled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham "Wafcis, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Ci ackers, Ginger AVafeis, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Gnrden Seeds,
MThcat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't ef Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
H&" Leave your oiders, or ring up 110. -a
e to the Public of these Islands
Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving orders for the above arti
cle aie respectfully requested to call at the Honolulu Pioneer Steam Can
dy Factory and Bakery, established 18011, before going to any other house,
as my establishment is POSITIVELY the only establisliinr-nt in Honolulu,
notwithstanding all the ridiculous, empty and pompons newspaper blow
ing and puffing, where a cake can be piocurcd to give the greatest satis
faction to the most refined tastes, and to' lie an ornament of exquisite
woikuianship on your table whicli will not crumble in pieces when cut,
but be a credit to the fino art of tlio Confectioner, whicli- 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 wortli tho
price you pay. It is an indisputable fact that all over the world a good
workman's productions are always cheaper than a lialfmade one's are.
Having had over half a century's practical experience the undersigned is
enabled to ornament Cakes in all and tho highest styles of art.
1 he only Practical Confectioner
Honolulu Steam Candy Factory nnd Bakery. 1
twetn Fort and Nuuanu Streets, Honolulu,
mr ONLY PHE "l
Made of the celebrated CREAM of Ilie "Wood lawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! $2.00! S2.00! SS.OO! S2.00!
PR GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
SSrrLSIISXXJESD , 18G3.
BCSt-As some evil disposed persons who ar openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanouslv
falBefying my GOODS and IQE OKBAM I will 'forfeit
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ii v" "J J"-'DU " M"
OlilijAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
: fSp BEWARE OF FALSE REPRESENTATIONS '-a :
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones No, U. HoteljSt. bet. Nuuanu & Fort St
"70 2m ' "
Torclioi Laces I
in all branches ; Proprietor
luy uy UUUIVSIS Unit 111V
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