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pl I III . -M
IWEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1889.
Bgtno Geo 0 l'crklus from Moxico
Btmr Iwnlnnl for T.nlinlna and Ilninn-
kuu at 10 n in
Sttnr P41a for Jlaul au,d Hawaii at 10
'"vessels leaving to-morrow!
Stmr 0 K Msbop for Kapnn, Kauai, at
5 p in
Stmr Knnla for alalua and Walnnae At
0 n in
Prom Maul nnd Hawaii per frtmr W O
Hall, April 2 From Volcano: Q W
GrannU. E Kcamer, 1 F Smith, Mr
Cooke, Col A Giiiinils, 3f U llouton, aud
It J .-axe. From Kona, Kan and Lalui
lu.i: Dnnlcl Foster, . I Wallncc, ,T Kn.
pahu, II V ltayniond and wife, .ou J D
Paris, Mrs J Aeu. ltov V II Barnes,
Isaac II Sherwood. V G Towiiscud, K
Katsura, J Bama, W Ahoy, J A Fanner,
W F ilalhuon, V Thompson and 71
For Ran Kianclsco per brlgantine W
G Irwin, April a Harry Miller, Miss
Rusbcrg, Miss Brims, W Brims, il
PeiTclra, wife and 2 children
For Maul per stmr Likellkc, April 2
J W Kalua, Mrs J II S Knleo, J N S
" llllams, II S Trcgloan, V Burlowltz,
lion WO Wilder, AT Atkinson, Mr Wil
son and wife, Mr Gallagher nml wife,
Mr l'crklus and about 30 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikalmla, April 2
W E Howell, Miss Dole, 13 E Lyman,
Mr Brllo, Mrs Aluiati, Mrs Kalama, F
Smith, M J diva, and 40 dec.
The stmr W G Hall arrived April 2d
from Maui and Hawaii with 3,0.5 bags
sugar. 48 hags coffee, 143 bags awa, 10
calves, 10 pkgs hides, 1 horse,and 05
The brig W G Irwin sailed April 2d
for fan Francisco, with 8,220 bugs su
gar and 1,150 bags rice, valued at 857,
WOND David Keknliupuu Woud,
grandson of W. S. Wond, at Kailua,
Hawaii, on the 17th day of March,
aged 3 years, 2 mouths, and 4. days
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
During the past few clays the Pa
cific Hardware Company has been
opening out a large new stock of
goods. It includes hanging lamps
of ver' handsome designs, chande
liers with' two, three and four lights,
brackets and stand lamps, filters
and caolcrs, filter stands, toilet
stands complete, a full line of agate
ware, kerosene 6tovcs and house
furnishing goods in general. This
is a rare opportunity for house
keepers. FRIDAY'S PROGRAMME.
Following is the programme of the
seventh organ recital to be given by
Mr. Wray Taylor at Kuumakapili
Church, Friday evening, at 7:45
Wedding March (C Major).. Warneford
Andante in E batiste
To Ueum (arr from Creation) Buck
Kaineh.imeha School Chorus.
Mr. Paul Isenberg, Jr.
Concert Fantasia Sir It. P. Stewart
Solo Come unto Him Cocnau
Miss S. It. Patch.
Hallelujah Chorus Handel
" Kjimehameha School Chorus.
OvertureLost Judgment Spohr
IT DIDN'T WORK.
Early this morning a Chinaman
appeared at the Station House and
told the police that if they went to
a certain house they could find a
friend of his with opium in posses
sion. The Chinaman had in lils.
band a small box with opium in it.
Ho tried to impress on the police
the great importance of at once
arresting his friend, in fact he tried
to bribe them. The police went to
the place as described, found the
friend, but no opium. They then
arrested tlie Chinaman who made
complaint for having opium in pos
session, and in the Police Court,
Judge Foster taking all the circum
stances into consideration fined the
man 875 with forty-eight hours im
prisonment at hard labor, An
other charge may be preferred
BOOKED JO LEAVE,
The following are booked to loavo
on the steamship Alameda; E, B.
Thomas, Morris Juda, Cyrus McCor-
raick and wifo, N. S. Bouton and
wife 3. Cook, A. Grnnnis, Capt. G.
A. Smith, Capt. Munter, T. E. Wall,
M. Nakayainii, H. F. Wichman, R. J.
Saxe, E, It. Hendry and wifo, Mr.
Justice Bjckcrton, Hon. John A.
Cummins', Thou. I. Cummins, T. F.
Lousing, wifo and 2 children, Mis. E.
H. Burrell and 2 children, J no, Hind,
J. Emmeluth and Geo. A. Brown.
By tho steamship Umatilla: -F.
J. Lowroy, wifo and children, Col. Z.
S. Spalding, wifo and family, F. S.
Dodge, wifo and 2 children, II. W.
Diuiond, Miss Annio Halstead, J. F.
Gates and wifo, Mrs. L. B. Young, A.
Budcliffe, Mrs. Geo. II. Luco, D. Fos
ter, Mrs. Russell Whiting and child,
B. F. Dillingham, Miss K. White,
Geo. Aheel, Georgo W. Smith, W. II.
dickering, wifo and child, Capt. do
Courcy, Mrs. C. B. Wells and 3 chil
dren, Mrs. A. T. Simmons, W. B.
CaBtlo, Mrs". J. J. Kinipp, J. N. S.
Williams, T. Muy, 1). T. Reamer, C.
W. Ham and wifo, M. Louisson, G.
W. (j run ids, J. T. Liebe and sistor.
rnHE ONI-YHuV-TpAPER of
JL Honolulu"TUe Dally -ul)etln."
$0 cents per month.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The "Pi lend" for April has boen
A second band solid lcathor trunk
is advertised for.
The Inspcctor-Gouoral of Schools
left for Maui yesterdoy.
- - - --
The bark Forest Queen is making
a long passage from tlto Coast.
The Y. M.C. A. boys will not meet
until Tliursday afternoon, April lltb.
Sbvun passengers returned from
the Volcano yesterday afternoon ou
the W. G. Hall.
"Wait until the next steamer ar
rives and I will show you some fine
goods," says Mr. Chas. J. Fi.hel.
On Friday, at 10 o'clock a. m., Mr.
J. F. Morgan will sell n lot of tailor
goods, by order of Mr. L. B. Kerr.
Tun II. B. M. S. Cormorant gave
her men forty-eight hours' liberty,
from yesterday evening at G o'clock.
On Friday, at 10 n. m., there will
bo a special meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Kapioluui Park As
sociation. Teachers whose certificates have
expired will be required to tuku the
examinations during the forthcoming
The regular rehearsal of tho Arion
will tako place this evening, at 7 :30
o'clock sharp. A special business
meeting will follow at 9 o'clock.
Mn. "W. F. Love has left the Post
Olllco and again entered tho employ
of the Pacific Hardware Company.
Edmund Hart takes Mr. Love's place
in tho Post Ollke.
Mn. J. F. Morgan will, on Wednes
day, April 17th, bold a Bale of valua
ablo stock in front of his salesrooms.
A list of the animals to be sold will
bo found in another column.
Mil. J. M. Vivas bus a valuable lot
of laud for sale. It is situated at the
comer of Fort and School streets, in
a very pleasant part of the city.
Here is a good chance for someone.
The Hawaiian News Company
have on hand in their music depart
ment, a very superior-toned reed or
gan, which is very suitable for a
church, chapel, or school. It can be
purchased at a bargain.
. . .
A grandson of W. S. Wond, a little
over three years of age, died at Kai
lua, March 17th, the remains being
brought on tho V. G. Hall yesterday,
for interment. The child hud been
adopted by Queen Kapiolanl.
To-morhow, at 11 u. m an ad
journed meeting of the residents and
property owners of Borctanin street
will be held at the Chamber of Com
merce room, to receive the report of
tho committee and to tako action
In the Government building may
bo seen a plan of the proposed widen
ing of Alukea street. Property own
ers along that street have been noti
fied that a jury bus decided to widen
it and their claims should be present
ed to Police Justice Foster, before
A BASS-iiEUEr in Plaster of Paris,
of a native girl, is now on exhibition
at Messrs. King Bros.' It is the pro
duction of Mr. Allen Hutchinson,
and is one of the two studies referred
to in these columns a couple or three
days ago. Mr. Tavemier, an artist
and a copjpetent judge, pronounces
this one of (ho best works of the
sculptor's art that he has seep since
leaving Europe, twenty years ago.
A companion picture to tho one
by Mrs. McCully, mentioned yester
day, has been plaped on exhibition in
Mr. T. G. Thrum's show window.
This picture, liko the other, repre
sents a bunch of. rosos, and was
painted by Mrs. Widdefleld. Both
theso pictures were produced under
tho instructorship of Mrs. Sherman,
(a teacher of this branch of art), and
reflect credit upon tho instructor as
well as upon t)C students.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Engine Co. No. 1, regular meet
ing, at 7:30.
Monthly meeting Protection Hook
and Ladder Company, at 7:30.
Engine Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing, at 7:30.
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Service St Central Union Church,
Biblo reading at St. Andrew's
Sunday school room, at 7. Services
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
D. Howard Hitchcock lias opened
his studio on Hotel street, opposite
Pr. McGrow's office at tho old Treg
loan residence. He is prepared
to tako a few pupils in sketching
aud general landscape painting.
The studio is open from !) a. m. to
3 p. in., except on Wednesdays and
Saturdays. 2M It
This morning about a quarter pat
i o ciock somcono entered the room
of the Chinese cook at the Queen's
hospital, nnd carried off a tin trunk
containing clothing, six 620 bills,
ten $5 gold pieces aud 810 in silver.
The cook had gone out of his room
nnd was absent about seven minutes.
Police Captain Lnrseu is investigat
ing tlio iiffRir.
Tho Melbourne "Argus1' of Feb
ruary loth has the following editor
ial article upon the mail service be
tween the United States and Austra
lia: Nothing is likely to be done by
the colonics in tho way of establish
ing a fortnightly mail" service with
America until some decision baa
boon arrived at with regard to tho
proposed conference with Canada on
this and other subjects. A mail
servlco with America must be welt
worth maintaining. Sixty millions
of English-speaking people arc now
living there, aud these numbers nro
increasing with extraordinary rapid
ity. They arc, as it so happens,our
nearest neighbours of what we, who
are so Very new, may call the old
world, and the possibilities of a large
mutual 3ommcrcc must exist. But
men's minds of late have been
directed towards a change of route.
The idea has been favoured that we
should abandon San Francisco and
iiiuke Vancouver our terminus, aud
this for several reasons. Canada is
a British colony, and has manifested
a friendly feeling towards us. She
is willing to be amain contributor to
any subsidy, and she presses upon
us the idea that the mails should be
carried under the national flag. She
does not amuse herself by piling
duties upon our main export of
wool. All these points are entitled
to weight, and when the Canadian
delegates arrive here they meet
statesmen who desire to be satis
fied. On tho other hand, we have
amongst us the representative of a
San Francisco service who is placing
business rather than sentimental
reasons before Ministers. It is in
the United States, ho urges, that the
market exists, and not in Canada.
Despite the wool tariff, America
imports as much wool as Victoria
exports, and in particular Mr.
Creighton insists that the States
afford a large, an almost inexhausti
ble market, for Australian fruit. At
first this sec ins a startling assertion,
inasmuch as Australia imports dried
fruit in large quantities from the
Stales. As a matter of fact, how
ever, the States in 1877 imported
fresh fruit to the value of 4,000,
000, the fruit consisting of cherries,
apricots, plums, figs, lemons, and
oranges, and this trade is growing.
Not only that, but the winter and
spring demand is unsupplied, and it
cannot he supplied from any other
than a southern hemisphere. The
other day it will be remembered that
our contributor ".T.H." spoke of the
fruit trade that is t-pringing up be
tween the Mediterane.tn and the
United States, and Mr, Creighton
allirms that there is no reason why
we, in the language of the markets,
should not have a "cut in." This
is the ordinary summer trade, but
of the winter and spring trade we
with our opposite seasons might as
pire to a monopoly. An attentive
ear is naturally to be turned to all
this. Our farmers, in particular,
arc always pleaBcd to hear of new
markets, and the irrigation colonics
of the future will be glad of cus
tomers for their produce. But one
or two questions at once occur,
which will require to be answered.
Is pot the market for wool, such as
it is, and for fruit, such as jt may
be, in the Eastern states, and would
a fortnightly mail service (one
steamer per month coming direct to
Melbourne) do much more than give
us the local market of California?
How far does the rail service from
San Francisco to Chicago, New
York, Boston, &c, handicap the
commercial project in question?
Mr. Creighton asks the Postmaster-General
to consider it an ad
vantage that the fortnightly service
would he under the American flag.
We firmly declined hare, it will be
recollected, to consider Mr. llen
nikor Huaton's suggestion that we
might give our mail bugs to a Ger
man or French line and obtain a
cheap postal service thereby, be
cause we saw that our Government
would be contributing to the sup
port qt vessels that might bo used
as foreign cruisers against iu, and
that we should be assisting to run
off vessels on whose assistance as
cruisers wo could rely. Rut it is
urged that we cannot imagine a war
between Great Britain aud the
United States. The people of the
two nations have established a friend
ly treaty of their own, and could not
be induced to fight. Such a service,
therefore, gives us the permanent
benefit of the neutral Hag, and come
what may it ensures our keeping
open one communication at least
"with Europe. In war time any Eng
lish or colonial service across the
Pacifio would need to bo protected.
The vessels would be a long way
from any Ttiitinh linse, and the task
would bo a strain on tho navy, and
no matter what exertions wore made
security could not be guaranteed.
One or two cnplurcs would probably
lead to the service being abandoned
in order that tho navy might bo
stronger for work on tho deep sea
route via tho Capo, whioh would
need to be kept open at all hazards
should the Mediterranean bo closed,
But with an Anicilcan line the Paci
fio service would not cost us ft
thought. It would gi on without
interruption whatever happened,
passengers and correspondence
crossing the ocean in safety no mat
ter what complications occurred in
Europe. And this protection, it
must bo borne in mind, docs not de
pend upon some treaty which tho
belligerent has power to rip up.
The whole body of neutrals uro in
terested in tho pi enervation of the
rule, Hart it ia impossible to suppose.
that any ono natipn would care about
violating It. The one European war
In which the United States has en
gaged was in defence of neutral
rights before these had becu form
ally recognised, and she, of nil na
tions, is the least likely to abandon
them, now that they liavo been
formally adopted, and now that she
is strong where once she was weak.
Mr. Creighton seems to Imvc put
strongly to tho Postmnster-Gencral
this point of the safety of mails and
passengers under the neutral flag,
and no doubt it is one that challen
ges attention. And it is quite pos
sible that the acceptance or the re
jection of the overture will turn
upon whether we do or do not think
it advisable to thus secure our com
munication with Europe.
At to the subsidy, the suggested
terms are not immoderate. The an
nual cost of the fortnightly service
of a direct steamer to Melbourne
once a month, and a direct steamer
once a month to Sydney, would be
80,000, and Congress is expected
to pay one-half, so that the Austra
lian contribution would be 10,000,
or 10,000 each for the four colonies
of Queensland, New South Wales,
New Zealand, and Victoria. Our
Victorian payments for letters car
ried under tho present existing im
perfect monthly arrangement amount
to 5,000 per annum, and conse
quently we may well believe that
with the proposed improvements,
and the stimulus they would give to
trade, the service would be self-supporting.
The system of Normal Clas.ses in
stituted by the Board of Education
i especially deserving of commend
ation. A good many years ago the
systematic training of teachers of
the public schouls, then taught in
the Hawaiian language was under
taken. But with the dying out of a
large part of the Hawaiian schools
the training of teachers was given
up. It seems to have been assumed
that the teachers of English schools
were past the need of such help.
With all due respect for that estim
able body of ladies and gentlemen
the writer has been led by extended
experience and observation to be
lieve, as the Board scums to believe,
that the assumption was not war
ranted by facts.
Much has been done within the
last two years to raise the literary
and technical standard of the teach
ing force employed in the public
English schools. Normal Classes
and teachers' examinations have al
ready served a good purpose in this
matte-. But It is evident that they
have not accomplished al tint is
desirable, New teachers from
abroad aud young teachers of all
classes especially need the help of
other teachers' experience and ideas.
And there is not a teacher in the
Islands so successful that he may
not profit by an interchange of ideas
with his associates in the work. And
the simple gain in the enthusiasm is
not to he ignored. Coal.-, which by
themselves would go out may be
kindled to a glow simply ly bring
ing them together. So languishing
enthusiasm may be enlivened by
contact with zeal no more ardent
That tho present system of Nor
mal Classes is perfection will not be
argued by its most enthusiastic sup
porter. Something more elaboiate
will be introduced to take its place
in the near future probably. One
week is a shtrt time to spend in
such classes, especially in view of
the difficulties the teachers of some
of tho Islands meet with in getting
together. Then the number of
teachers employed as instructors is
smaller than desirable. Piobably
both of these defects are unavoid
able at present, but it Is to bo hoped
that they may he remedied at no
In view of the fact, however, that
tho Normal Classes offer so meagre
a preparation for beginnera in teach
ing, and in view of the further fact
that most of the desirable positions
in the school? are held by leuoliora
from abroad and that the necessity
for tho employment of such teachers
seems to be Increasing rather than
decreasing, it does seem desirable
that the Board of Education take
some action toward the inauguration
of the Normal Depaitmcnt of the
Foit Street School, for which an
appropriation was made by the last
Legislature. Probably this will be
done when the new building for that
school is finished. And us the con
tract is already made it may be pre
sumed that it will not be long till it
js finished. Handicraft.
Colonel Thompson has digested
the first volume of the Hawaiian
lttports and part of the second,
and will digest the five volumes in
the order in which they were pub
lished. When all arc digested, the
work will bo published in bonk
form, so that every point of Jaw dci
pided by the court may be found
undur its appropriate head in nU
phabctioiil order, that is to say,
every thing In all the decisions 'in
regard to promissory uotes, will be
found under tahl head, aud there
will be but oue such head, or catch
word in tho Digest. So of mort
gage, everything in all the deci
sions in regard to mortgages will
appear under that head in alphabetic-id
order, and thcro will be but one
such head in tlie Digest, and so on
of oyery other word or point involv
ing law in the decisions,
JF YOU WANT A sTfUATION.
JL advertise In tho "Dully liultyln."
Wr.DNF.9D at, April 3d.
Milimili, Kea, Kaukuhnneli and
llookleklo had each to pay SO for
Ah Foo, charged with having
opium unlawfully in possession, was
fined $75 and scntonccd to forty
eight hours' imprisonment.
Knlmlcwni was charged with de
serting contract service. Settled
out of Court.
A'ofiCM under ll.it head are charted 10 ctnt
per line for thelrit inftrtlon, and G renti ier line
every additional inttrtlon.
PIANOS for rent nt the Mmlc De.
pnrtuiunt, Hawaiian News Co.
IVrUSICAL, liiPtiuiueuts of every des
LtX crlptiou, for salo cheap ut tho
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SHEET Music and Muoic Folios.
liito-L editions Kong nml Instru
mental Folios at the Music Department,
Hawaiian News Co. 107 lm
A SPECIAL meeting of the Board of
Directors of Kapiolanl Park As.
soc.ailon will bo held at the office of
W. G. Irwin & Co., on Friday the Cili
inst., at 11 a. m.
WALTER M. GIFFAKD,
214 31 Secretary.
MRS. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
nnd ladles' muse. Testimonials
of 22 years cypfili-uir at Qnopii Chnr
lotte Lytii;-lii.iopliHl, London. Other
Isltuulii urn olijiM'iud if.. Hestdence,
"Jordan House," "rhool stroi-t. l O.
Dox 47.1; Mutual Tolf. :i7t'. 17(1 3m
FOll SALE or LEASE
CO'ITAGE lately occu.
pied by Mr. Uaracy Or.
denstein, Mttiule on Emma
street, between the mansions of lions,
i!. It. Ulshop, James l'amphi-11 nnd S. Ii.
Dole, near Emma Square. No piano
wanlo I, no dust, mi tiiro putclius Only
u few minutes walk lo the new site for
tho (.Vnmil Union Church. .Nu triunwuy
cnr wanted Apph to
E. S. CL'XflA,
148 if Uiiinu "!iionn.
I O. Ilx .'I.1J -.- Hell T-It. 74.
Hawaiian Business Agency.
Corner Fort i. Merchant Streets,
II. no.iilu, U. 1.
Accountant & Collectors
Hawaiian Boll Telephone Co.
Manager of Advertising Department
koii tiik .
" -I upepaJC uokoa."
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collccllsns will receive spcrinl iiiten.
lion and returns promptly inndc.
Real Estate tiouslit, sold and haded.
Taxes Paid mid ).iupeity s.ifjy innucd
Houses, CotiaQcs, Rooms and Olficos,
Itu-cl and reuud, and rents collected.
Firo and Life Insuranco effected in first,
class Iiuu'nncu Companies.
Conveyancing a ipoolally Itccordb
scinched und-corrcct Abstrucls of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every
descnptlon carefully drawn nnd hand,
Copying and Translating in all languages
in lii'iiviul u-e in thi- Kingdom.
Custom llouso Business tfanirted with
accuracy nml dipittcli
Loans nejiotiKted in favurnblii rules.
Gold, -liver and Certificates l)ni"hi mid
AdverlicnionU and Subscriptions toll
cited for piihlitdii'M.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Artie o imrclitiMd or S"ld.
IntoMjIand Orders will meive parti,
To Let, Furnished and Unfurnished Cot
tages In ilc-dr.'ililo localities ut reasonable
Several Valuable Properties iu and
around the city now foi Mile nnd lcaso
on rnsy terms
BSrAU. busings minified lo our care
wiU'ieeelvo prompt mid faithful ntten.
lion nt moderate clmrgci KitM-89
Artificial Teeth from one to mi entire
set inHurled on gold, silver, all .milium
and rubliei Unrn. Crown ami Bridge
Work a specially. To porsons wearing
rubber plates which ure it constant
H'lUtce of Irritation to lie. inou'li and
th rout, wo would recommend our l'io
phylactic Metnl Plate, ,1 up itiiii
ficrformed In ucuorduti-n v iiu lire i
mprOTeineiits in deiilnl ri nc Teeth
Extracted without puiii ;, t t. i
Nltrouo Oxide Cae,
C3T03 Iliil-Utrcct, at Hi (i (!. ....'
old stand. Pub-VlMi!)
Artistic Engraver ou Wood.
(Late of Harper Bros., N. Y.)
Contracts Executed on Moderate Terms.
uerSpcclmens of work ut omcc.-3b
AllT Dl'.lT., llAIII'Ell linos., 1
Now York, April, 18tJ7. J
Mr. Kellx Ollert was for several years
employed in tliia establishment, and
found a competent engraver and in nil
riHiHCiB n rcllalilii uiuT upright person.
J. O. SM1THWIOK,
Bupt, Hug. Dopi., Harper Uros,, Nt Y
8QrOneis, received it J, B. Drown
& Co.'b, 2d Merchant ttrcct. 100 lm
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA
X PER iu the KiBguom"Tli
Dally iiuUotlq," OQ Qenu per montii.
BiTliis space is reserved for the anr .
nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,' "
which Mr. Ehrlich is personally selecting
at the Coast.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
French, EDilisl id American Dry anil Fancy Gools !
-fVlNo, ITiiie CiiNtom-mudc Clotliiug-,
Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots- Shoes, &c
J3ell XeIcIioms C50 -"Sa CST
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Halo n Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Cams;
SCOTCH and XJKJTsSJBl TV Ji .ISSETST,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino &. Very Cheap Qualities, na are wanted ;
GINS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Mack), also, STONE JUGS;
Olcl Tom Griu, Hunt Brunei in tlio Mnrket;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer,, Etc.,
In Pin In and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
BUtorH, Liquors Absinthe,
Anollinurl Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFOEWTA WINES,
Zinfnmlel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, HocUh, Etc.Etu,
g0 All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1H 1 OUT STKKKT, lIONOMJUf.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for V. Lorillurd &. Co.'n Tobaccos, A. W. S. Kimball &. Co.'
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
5 - 89
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