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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
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The Aioade-EGAN & CO.
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1888.
UUtno a N Cntlo, Hubbnrd, 18 days
from S P
Hehr Llbollho fiom Kukalnu
Ship Mystlu iir-llc ICO days from New
Stmr ICnuln for Walnuno and Walalua
Schr Lonlil for U.dawa
Schr Cat rlna for Wahnanalo Stono
From S P, per S N Onstle, March 20
Miss Hattiu Cooler.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Llliollho 18:10 bags sugar.
!.!, .J I I II I
LOCAL & GEHERALNEWS.
The steamer C. It. Bishop will sail
on Monday muining at '.) o'clock, on
her regular monthly circuit of Oahu.
It is amuBinij to see horses trying
to stop over llio shadow of a post,
caused by the electric light at nights.
Mn. T. J. King at the Union Feed
Company's depot lias a quantity of
fire wood, which ho will sell cheap
An inquest on the death of Kok
Yuk, the butchered Chinaman, was
being held in the Police Court room
On Tuesday night a tercnado parly
of ladies and gentlemen vent out to
the U. S. S. Adaiiis, and last nicht a
party went out to the Vandalia.
Caitain A. W. Pierce has been at
home, ill, for the p,nt two or threo
days, and has not yet .sufficiently re
covered to attend to business.
jV runaway oxpiess horse and car
riage knocked a wheel out of tune
while making (racks for the inbide of
tho Pantheon Stables this morning.
The strange schooner seen fiom
tho Kaala under main-sail and jib
and towing a boat astern, was the
Kulamanu, going down to the lime
At the time of going to press it is
reported on the btieets that the Min
istry were defeated at a meeting of
the Privy Council to-day, on a resolu
tion introduced by them.
Persons who have often com
plained of tho news depots and
stationery stores closing too early in
the evening, will please .take note
that Hewelt is opon every evening
after 7 o'clock.
. The stono crusher belonging to
the Hawaiian Government is to be
shipped by the ICinau to Ililo. While
it was being weighed on the large
scales belonging to the 1. 1. S. N. Co.
it fell through the scales and broke
The ship Alex. McNeil will sail for
San Francisco ou Saturday next. On
tho return of tho ship to this port
she will come in charge of Captain
Friis of the J. D. Spreckels; Captain
Howard of thu McNeil, going to
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert nt the
Hawaiian Hotel this Thursday even
ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
March -!Rxpi ess Ncithanlt
O vertui e Pi a Diavolo Aubcr
i ioale Carmen Bizet
Selection El miulo ZaUubowsky
Kuu Lei, Pun Ohiilu, mo Ua Hiki No.
Selection -Mikado Sullivan
Watlz Mikado Hit lllvan
Lancers Mlkailo Su 111 van
When the tug Eleu went out to
tow in tho Mystic Belle this morning,
a school of poi poises was met, and
one of the porpoises that came up
within ten feet of the tug was har
pooned and hauled in. Tho pilot
who was also out there not in tho
school, but failed to knock one out
with an oar.
ARRIVAL OF THE W. M1AREN.
The British bark Willio McLaren,
Captain W. Colons, arrived yester-I
day eveuing, ou days from New
castle, N. S. W., with 7GC tons of
coal for VV. G. Irwin & Co.
Sailed from Newcastle on the 8th
of January. Sighted Tahiti on Fob.
12th. On the 20th of February a
squall from the S. E., struck
tho ship, carrying away the fore-top-mast
No further damage was done, Jury
masts wero rigged and the vessel
proceeded as best she could. The
weather throughout the passage was
a succession of light winds, inter
mingled with squalls.
The Willie McLaren is a wooden
bark M years old and 530 tons re
gister. She lias been engaged in
the Australian trade, and is
yet on her A 1 class. Her roaster,
Captain W. Cozens, was hero some
two years ago on the Great Neptune,
from Newcastle, N. S. W,
ir yon want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The AroadB-EGAW & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mr. Flshol's store opons until 9
Hand concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Debating Club t
7:30 o'clock. Subject of debate:
Js the borrowing of English capital
'for public itupiovctneuts and pri
vate enterprises n wise policy for
the Hawaiian kingdom.
The Choir of the Central Union
Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock.
Hot cross buns at Horn's
necr Candy and Cake Factory.
Hot cross buns at Love's Bakery.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral, Holy
Communion nt 0:30 a. m.; morn
ing prayer at 9:30 and 11 a. m.,
and at 7 p. m.
At the lloinan Catholic Cathedral :
Singing of the Passion at 10 a. m. ;
Stations of the Cross at 3 p. m. ;
English sermon at 8 p. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
I1T .IAS. V. MOI1GAN.
licgulnr cash sale at sales room,
Queen street, at 10 o'clock. At
this sale a line gents diamond ring
will be offered, also all the balance
of tho stock in trade of the late
Wm. Turner, including clock and
watch maker's tools, clocks, etc.
At 11 a. m., will be sold all the
household furniture of the late Geo".
Engelhait. And at 12 noon a small
invoice of choice Manilla cigars.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
Messrs. G. V. Macfarlane & Co.
intend holding an Auction sale of
Art, Fancy and other goods in their
upstairs department on next Mon
day, April 2nd, to close invoices.
Full particulars of the various goods
to be offered will, be advertised in
our next issue, and due notice given
when the same will be ready for in
spection. This will provo an un
usual opportunity for bargains.
Mr. Lewis J. Levey is the Auc
tioneer. ARRIVAL OF THE MYSTIC BELLE.
Tho Ship Mystic Belle, Captain
Chas. II. Freeman, arrived this
afternoon, 1GG days from New York,
consigned to (Jastle & (Jookc Cap
Freeman was not prepared to fur
nish our representative with a re
port of the voyage on application.
Captain Shepherd who piloted the
Mystic Belle into the harbor kindly
helped the reporter as much as he
could. The Mystic Belle sighted
the immigrant ship Thomas Bell off
Cape Horn, and the ship Deutsch
land in latitude 2 or 3 North or
South in the Pacific. The Deutsch
land was dismasted and was under
GOAL, GOAL, GOAL.
Coal is very high and scarce, wood
is cheap and plentiful, that is, if you
call on T. J. King at tho Union Feed
Company, he can sell you utovo wood
cheaper for cash than ever heard
of bofoic in this city. Call and bee
him about it. 003 3t
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVE CENTS 1'EIt rotlNI).
Iiritaled throats' and -annoying
coughs aio quickly rclioved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Hoin. Plenty of testi-
uni'oui: Sudd, c. j.
TnuiiSDAY, Mar. 21), 1888.
Alcana vs. Ilamoku (w), assump
sit 830. Plaintiff's appeal from Po
lice Court, Honolulu. Couscl flic
their agreement to a continuance to
Tuesday, April 10, 1888.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff ; J. M.
Poepoe for defendant.
Kahaunaele (w) vs. Knpuaa (k),
trespass, damages $100. Defend
ant's appeal from Police Couit, Ho
nolulu. Counsel file their consent
to a continuance to Tuesday, April
W. C. Achi for plaintiff; J. M.
Monsarrat for defendant.
J. W. Luning vs. J. K. Naone,
assumpsit 820.50; balance account.
Defendant's appeal from Pollen
Court, Houolulu. By agi cement of
counsel ordered continued until
Wednesday next, April 4, 1888, at
C. Creighton for plaintiff; J. L.
Ivnultikoti foi defendant.
Ho Sow vs. Chin Chow ct al, as
sumpsit for S200, for services.
Plaintiff's nppenl from Police Court,
Honolulu. By agreement of coun
sel, ordered continued until Thurs
day, April 5, 1888.
V. V. Ashford for plaintiff; J.
A. Magoon for defendants.
The King vs. All Ilee, cruelty to
animals on the island of Oahu, on
March 1, 1888, hut more particu
larly in Honolulu, to wit: to one
white mule. Found-guilty nnd sen
tence to pay a flno of $20 and costs,
and to imprisonment for 10 days
without hard labor.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for tho crown ; V. V. Ash.
ford for defendant.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns, f 3 per muum.
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests,
A Draw Thirty-nine
London March 10. The fight be
tween Mitchell and Sullivan ended
in a draw. Thlrty-niuo hard rounds
wcie fought, and Mitchell had the
best of the battle and was the fresh
est at the close. Tho fight, which
was the scene of many exciting
incidents in tho ring and around it,
took place in a most convenient and
well secluded spot on the training
grounds belonging to Baron Both
schild, near Preit. Mitchell avoid
ed Sullivan's tcrrifllo light hand
with great wariness and skill, and
again and again landod his own with
telling effect on the giant's stomach.
The contest was one of strength
and weight against skill nnd quick
ness, and had the battle been
fought to a close there is no doubt
that Mitchell would finally have
worn out his man. Notwithstand
ing the rumors to the contrary,
Mitchell toed the scratch in good
condition. Sullivan, although he
had trained carefully, was not up to
The betting was in favor of Sulli
van, although not at such odds as
telegraphed before they left London.
As soon as it was seen that Sullivan
was not going to clean Mitchell
right out and that Mitchell develop
ed confidence as the fight went on,
the sports began to hedge very ac
tively. In many respects the light
was a disappointment.
Tho battle was fought at Chan
lilly, a suburb of Pans, and lasted
two hours and three-quarters.
Sullivan suffered from the chill,'
cold rain, which fell all the morn
ing. Mitchell had some trouble
with his hands. The referee, after
the thirty.ninth round decided the
fight a diaw, and Sullivan accepted
Toward the finish of the fight
Mitchell improved, doing better
than beforo. The refciee declared
it a draw. Sullivan suffered from
the cold, and was much weakened
by the pelting rain. Much walking
around the ring was indulged in
during the fight. Both men receiv
ed black eyes.
THE LATE EMPEROR WILLIAM OF
Berlin, March. To the details of
the Emporor's death already tele
giaphed it is almost impossible to
add, but an incident at once notable
and renliable is the story of the
Emperor's last recognition of his
family. About 7 o'clock the doctors
succeeded in restoiing a moment's
rcanimation by giving him a glass of
wine. After swallowing the wine
he stroked his mustache, as was his
custom to do, and tried to raise
himself in bed. He turned his head
toward his daughter, the Duchess of
Baden, and said: "Where is the
Empress?" The Duchess replied:
"Mamma is sitting by you." The
Emperor nodded his head, intimat
ing that ho understood the Duchess.
IJcrlin, March 10. The body of
Emperor William has been embalm
ed and now lies in the State Hall of
the palace. His features are placid,
showing no sign of the pain he
suffeied. The body will bo taken
to the Cathedral, where it will lie in
state, by Emperor Frederick's order.
In accordance with the desire of the
deceased ruler, the body is clad in
the uniform of tho First Regiment
of the Guards and enveloped in a
military cloak. The guard of honor
will be lelioved every six hours.
On the palace the purple standard
was flying at half-mast, but on the
Crown Prince's palaco thore was
no (lag. All t once at 1 1 o'clock
the imperial standard rose slowly.
The windows wore opened and there
seemed to be great preparations
going on for tho reception of the
A few minutes before 10 o'clock
cannon shots were licaid. It was
the mourning salute of the army,
which rolled like thunder over the
city, while all tho church bells tolled
solemnly. Meanwhile carriage after
cairioge brought different persons
of rank, who came to offer their
condolence to the unhappy Em
press. Regarding the funoral and the
other ceremonies, nothing has been
settled yet, as all depends ou tho
orders of tho new Emperor. The
will will not bo opened beforo the
Emperor's arrival here, hut it has
tianspired that tho Emporor "William
expressed a wish that his funeral
should bo without any pomp.
London, Ma.ch 10 Tho British
buik Tasmania, which sailed from
London ou tho 5th Inst, for San
Francisco, lias returned with her
bowsprit gone and her stern dam
aged by a collision with tho Biitish
ship City of Corinth, from Iquiquo
for Hamburg, Tho Tasmania an
chored off Folkestone The City of
Coiiuth wbb sunk. It is believed
28 Uvea were lost.
JiOok nt tho JFlno lino of
Tho Arcado-EGAN &
THE NEW EMPEROR OF CER
MANY, FREDERICK III.
Berlin, March 10. Dr. Bcrg
mann has arrived here. Ho says
the Emperor is attended by Drs.
Mackenzie and Krause and that ho
is safe and will reach Berlin in
fairly good condition.
. THE KMr-EItOK'S JOU11NEV.
A bulletin issued al St. Remo
this morning reports that the Em
peror, believing himself thoroughly
lit for tho journoy, finally decided
During his intcrviow with King
Humbert at the railway station nt
the San Pier Arena this morning
the Emperor exhibited unusual ani
mation. Several times he tiled to
speak, but failed; but he kept up
conversation by means of small slips
of paper, upon which ho wrote with
Tho accossion of Frederick Wil
liam to the imperial throne tends to
strengthen tho hopes that peace will
San Remo, March 10. Emperor
Frederick III. passed a good night
and felt extremely well this inorn
inir. lie diove to the station at 9
o'clock, accompanied by Empress
Victoria, to take the special train in
waiting to convey him to Berlin.
The largest crowd ever seen in San
Remo gathered to witness his de
parture. The Emperor was enthu
siastically cheered by the crowd,
and he repeatedly bowed his ac
knowledgements to their greetings.
The Emperor entered the railway
carriage without assistance and then
turned and assisted the Empress to
enter. The municipal authorities
and a number of civiliaus were on
the platform, and the Empcior
raised his iiat in response to their
salutations when he reached the
platform. He looks well, with the
exception oi his complexion, which
is somewhat yellow.
Berlin, March 10. The regency
of Princo William is already practi
cally at an end, and an invalid Kai
ser sits on the throne of William I
of Gcrmanj. Those who profess to
know do not believe that we have in
this fact a fuitlicr guarantee of
peace, but against the well-known
pacific inclinations of the new Em
peror we have to set the considera
tion that he has not half the weight
with Russia that was possessed by
his father, and Russia is after all a
much more dangerous factor in Eu
ropean politics at present. If the
now Emperor was not an invalid he
would he more aggressive. In
home affairs he never sympathized
witli the autocratic tendencies of
Prince Bismarck's regime, and is
credited with a desire to confer
upon Germany a proper parliament
ary system. In these views he is
encouraged by his noble wife, and
for this there is no love lost between
that lady and the Chancellor.
It must bo said that the journey
of the new Kaiser to the capital
gives rise to profound anxiety. Ber
lin is notoriously cold in winter, and
early in the week thore were three
or four feet of snow in the streets.
If Dr. Mackenzie could have had
his way in the matter the Kaiser
would not have gone further north
than AVicsbadcn, where the climate
is mild and genial. The circum
stances of the moment, however,
outweigh all maxims of prudence,
nnd there will be great reason for
congratulation if the new Emperor
comes scathless through the groat
experiment he is about to make in
tho interests of public duty. At
any rate he will put off the succes
sion of Prince William, the impetu
ous cavalryman, to tho impciial
purple as long as he can.
Court interest is becoming cen
tered in the question of the corona
tion and the position of the new
Emperor toward Prince William.
In tho messages coming from tho
Emperor to the officials here, his
son, Prince William, is studiously
ignored and his name not mention
ed. Among the orders issued to
day it is directed that tho oatli of
allegiance be taken by the troops
without delay, that the Ministers of
State proceed to Betenfeldt to-morrow
to receive tho Emperor, and
that no reception be held until after
Washington, March 10. Judge
Buskin of Utah was before the Sen
ato Comtnitteo on territories to-day
and read an elaborate argument
against the admission of Utah ay a
State. Hon. Mr. Richards pieseut
ed his reply to tho statement of
Fred. Dubois at the last sitting and
abstracts on tho court records show
ing tho courso and rulings of tho
Utah courts. Leave was granted
him and Judge Wilson to file a reply
to Mr. Haskin.
Tho Union, in concluding an cdU
torial on tho reign of crime, says :
"Homicides ami murderous assaults
have stoadlly grown more numerous
and tho dreadful record of blood to
date, covering n period of a little
more than three months, bhows that
there have been thirteen homicides
committed in this oily and county,
not including the cold-blooded
shooting affray of Elliott on Thurs
day night. What has been the re
cord of tho courts and prosecuting
officers during that time? The con
viction of one murderer, the negro
Jones, and his sentence to imprison
ment for ten years,"
A Flno I.luo of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
JL WORKS. Tho Aerntert Waters
manufactured til the above establish,
ment are used by all the principal
families at Honolulu, nnd exclusively
by II. B. M. vcosels of war visiting this
port. Plain Soda Water equal to
Schweppcs. Depot 28 Merchant street.
OH ARLI El There's no use talldns,
tho Now Candy Factory mnkts
delicious Chocolate Creams 1 C8 lw
T SAY, JENNY! When wo go down
JL town we'll call at the Elite niul get
an exquisite Ice Cream Drink! 08 Mr
HAS. J. FISH EL has iccclved
ex Australia the latest etjle of
ladles untrlm'uicd hats, also a flno line
of children's leghorn hats In diffnent
shapes. Call and ceo them. 87 lw
ET SOME Genuine Ohlfiishloned
jr liuttciscotch Candy, at tho niv
Candy Factory I
"Yum I Yum!"
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas Mill.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL? nut Creams l educed to SO centi
per wholo pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory nnd Bakery, Hotel, be
tween Niuuuiu and Foit streets. 71
I?RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
. colate and CocoauuL CarAmcls ic
duccd to ao cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Camlv Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Kuuanti and
KM NEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for siie in kegs' and c.i'ti by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 (Jueen street.
PURE. FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Ci eams( de
licious) leuuecd to :t'J cents per whole
pound, at the Pioneer Stkoi Candy
Factoiit And Bakiuiy, Hotel, be
tween NlIllASU AND l'OP.T STItKETS.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be gratefully lecelT
c.l for the use of the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lcpen at Kakaalio,
or nt the Leper Scttlmeut on Molokai,
if left with J. 'f. Walerhonsc, jr.. t the
Queen Street Slorc. t&f if
MISS. P. THXELE,
On Beretanii street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McQuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and Geiinnn taught, and
llusic Lessens k'ivcii.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn children Hrln nt a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone Ni).nQ4. 3m
YEE WO, corner Maunakcaand King
street, having this day madn an
assignment to me of all his properlv and
sssels, for the benefit of his creditors,
all persons having claims against him
arc requested to present the same to me
nt oncn, and all persons indebted tr
owing any money to tnld Yce Wo, and
any persons having pofcsion or contiol
of any pioperly belonging to him will
pleato make immediate payment or
delivery of same to me at the office of
M. Phillips & Co.
Assignee of Yee Wo.
Honolulu, March 20, 18S8.
rpiIE slock in Undo, store figures nnd
JL sife now contained in ihc store
formerly occupied by Yee Wo, corner
Maunnkca and King streois, together
with horto and wagon, build ipg nnd in.
tcrest in louse nt Palania, and all debts
duo and ouing upon hook account lo
the said Yee Wo, arc oflVicd for sale as
a whole, and must he bold bofnrcTUES.
DAY, March 27th. Parties desiring lo
purchaser can obtain full information
at offloe of Phillips & Co.
Ass-ignco of Yco Wo.
Honolulu, Mnrch 21, 1888. 00 lw
TO exchange u No. 1 Piano for a
Horse and Phaeton, or for a Horse
Inquire at this office.
SITUATION in a country stoie,
hy a young man thnt can rend
and vrlle liolli Ltigliah nnd Portuguese.
Addiess "31," 1. O. Box WM. OOJ lw
account of mv health and mv
dcnuituro f i oin the kinudom. all
lulls (liic to mc must be paid on or
before Um 1st of April next, or 'will be
placed in Ihc hands of a collector.
000 lw W. T. HHOADS.
TjlO the sub'rilhcrj of the Mutual
JL Telephone Company) In older lo
secure the very best of service tho uu
diralgnnl requests that any complaints in
regard lo the InattPiition of the operators,
or trouble on thu lines or instruments,
will be reported at onoe to J. W. Pratt,
Superintendent, or lo
O. O. BERGER,
OJ lw beoretary.
THE undnrclgued having been np.
polnti d Assignee of tho Eslate
of R, W. Lainc, tmnkuipt, requests
nil persons who have claims against the
estate of said It. Y. Iilue, secured or
otherwise, to present thu samo duly
sworn to, and nil persons indebted to
taid Estate aro requestrd to make imme
diate payment to
A. J. UAltrWHlUIIT.
Assicnee of thu Estate- of Ii. XT.
Honolulu, March 18th, 1688. 91 3w
JOB PRINTING ol ..11 kind, exe
cuted at tlio Daily Buixeyih Office
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST liEUISlVED A
Mia Limii ail MtroM Swisses,
M EiiaiM Si at lw Prices.
83 & 65 Fort street. '
53 Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dupee Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs 1'oik, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Germea,
IIuckiiiH & IVauco American Feed Jo.'s Assort 'l Sonpx,
Ridges Food, Imperial Granum, 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.
find a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
JftsF" Leave your ciders,
ice to the Public of these Islands
Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving ordeis for the above arti
cle are respectfully requested to call at Ihc Honolulu Pioneer Steam Can
dy Factory and Bakery, established 180!), 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
woikmanship on your table which will not crumble hi pieces when cut,
but bo a ci edit to the lino art of tho Confectioner, which has not only for
twenty-five years but still bids competition defiance to this day. All at
tempts in any other establishment arc inferior to mine and not worth the
price you pay. It is an indisputable fact that all over the world n good
Workman's productions are always cheaper than a halfmadc one's are.
Having had over half a century's 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 and Nuuniiu Streets, Honolulu, II. 1.
mr ONLY PORE '
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the .Wood lawn Daily,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00I S2.00! S2.QO! S2.00!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
SCEsrAs somo evil disposed persons who ar openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and IOE CREAM llwill forfnir.
S100 to any person who will
i -w-y-.-. s-.--.-.;; ?..-. ...
JUiii uitliiAAL is not strictly pure although sold cheapeirt&is
than anywhere else. . r"$
i cor BEWARE ' OF ' FALSE REPRESENTATIONS '-a j
. Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones Xo. 7-i. HotelSt. bet. Nuuanu & Fort St
NEW DESIGNS !
or ring up 119.
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