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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, IH89.
Schr Kmilkciioult from Kohaln
BUtnc Planter, 18 days fiom .-an Pinn-
Stun- I! It Bishop from Kauai
Stmr Lc uu from lliuvall
Sjmr Kuala fqr V alalna mid Wnhinae nt
''. 9 a.m
Sf'Hr Ilaleakala for I'epeckco
Schr Mary JTostt-r for Kuual
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW."
For KllnupR nnd llaimlei per stmr
Walalu le, pill 0 Mis I D Strong,
Mrs Stevenson si", Mrs Johnson uud
For Knit il per stmr ' iknhula, Apill 0
A Cropp mid wlfo, W Meyei, O
Scholz and wife, E lcnbcrg, Mr Kllt
zlng, Dr. Jones, Mr Lindsay, Mis Bu
te!, W E ltoucll, is ii MoKeuguc,
Miss llairis uud 80 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND. PORTS.
Stmr Pole 4D20 bgs sugar.
Tho bark Newsboy is unloading her
cargo of coal.
The brlgantlnc Geo 0 Perkins sailed
for Sau hriuiclsco April Oth, with 12,
GGS bgs of sugar and 20 buchs bananas,
valued at S71.53ci.81.
Thebaikentliic Planter arrived this
morning, IB days fiom San Franetco,
vv ith n cargo of merchaudisc valued at
817.1CG, Ineludiug -150 bbls Hour, a 7
ctlsoats, 1,100 ski bian, 1,394 ctls bar
ley, 100 tons fertilizer, G74 bales hay ,275
bbls lime,322 eks middlings, ac.M bricks,
51,420 lbs . boncnical, 1,850 redwood
posts, 400 bdls shingles etc.
THE JAPANESE CONSTITUTION.
Inauguration ot Constitutional
Government by the Japanese peo
ple, will Irs celebrated at Honolulu,
on Thursday, the llth of April, at
the Immigration Depot, to com
mence at G p. m.
Opening Addicts and reading of the
Mr. CO Nacayauia. leprcsent
ing the Japanese people.
Response to the Above
Air. S. Ban, lepieseiittng the
Speeches by Volunteers
The Hawaiian band will also
General vlsltois will be welcome.
DEPARTURES BY TnE S. S. UMATILLA.
The Umatilla which leaves Friday
at noon, cariies away a large num
ber of cabin passengers.
Col. Z. S. Spalding, wife and
family leave for Europe, to be ab
sent probably a year. The Colonel
is Hawaiian Commissioner to the
Mrs. George II. Luce goes on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Clapp,
at Nassau, Bahama islands.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham will be a
passenger, and of course, his busi
ness on the other side of the pond
will be connected with the Oahu
Railroad. He is not coitaiu how
long he will be absent.
Mr. George W. Smith, of the firm
of Benson, Smith & Co., is going
away on a three months' vacation.
It is many 3'eara since he left the
toils of business for more than a few
hours at a time ; therefore, lie is
fully entitled to this vacation and
we hope he will enjoy it and return
in vigorous health. On reaching
San Francisco, Mr. Smith wilbbi
joined by Mr. Justice Biekerton and
they will travel through tho States
and Canada together.
Mr. D. T. Heamer, father of Miss
Reamer, principal of the Kameha-
rneha Preparatory School, leaves for
the States after spending a pleasant 2
months in the islands, during which
he yisited the Volcano. Come
Mr. J. T. Walerhouse Jr. has al
ready packed his trunk and anx
iously awaits the hour of sailing.
He thinks he has just as much right
to a vacation as his brother -Henry,
and we think so too. Hope it will
be u very pleasant one. Don't for
get the Bulletin while you are
Captain P. E. de Courcy, of tho
U.S. 13th Infantry,stationedat Fort
Supply, Indian Country, who has
been visiting tho islands tho past
throe months, returns to the Slates
to report for duty. Capt. do Courcy
has enjoyed his visit hero im
mensely, and speaks in glowing
terms of the scenery, climate, the
volcano and the icsidents. The
Captain has mado many friends here
who will wish him a pleasant trip,
and hope he may return at a future
Miss Annie Halstead leaves for
California for an extended visit
among her friends.
Hen. Chas. R. Bishop goes to San
Francisco and probably tlnough to
New York. He will return by way
Lieut. Ripley, of tho ill-fated Van
dalia, leaves with Mis. Ripley, whn
has been Btaying in Houolulti for
some time past.
Mr. II. C Myers, book-keeper for
Holllstor & Co., leaves for the Statts
for the benefit of his health.
Mrs. W. R. Lawrence departs to
Join her husband in Los Angeles.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Thk Wninltta murdor case is still
on in tho Supremo Court.
Jin. Ma Eekart 1ms nn important
notico in nnothor column.
irn. Robert Halstead is in town.
Ho reports it na. very dry at Wninlun.
Wildkr's Sloainahlp Co. will pay
on Saturday noxt, a qtiaitorly divi
dend of ?3 por share.
Thk police have new hats. Capt.
Larson is met on all sides with the
query, "Who's your hatter?"
Mr. Geo. A. Amsdeii, the piano
tuner, leaves for Kauai next week to
meet mimcious engagements.
The only criminal business in tho
Pollen Court this morning was two
drunks, who each forfeited $0 bail.
Tin: regular monthly business
meeting of the Honolulu Arum will
be hold this evening at 7:30, at tho
Them: will hi notorial al the MHtty
of the Central Union Church lo-ninf-row
evening, on account of the mem
Aloiau gives notice that he will
ho no longer responsible for the
debts of his wife, Emma Aloiau, blui
having left his home.
Lewis J. Levey will sell under
mortgage foreclosure, on Saturday
day next at 12 o'clock noon, very
valu.ible piopcrto on Lilihu street.
The regular meeting of tho Myrtle
Boat Club will bo held this evening
at 7 :30 at the usual place. A full
attendance of members is requested.
On account of the memorial ser
vice to be held ut Central Union
Church at the same time, there will
be no nicotine of the Debating Club
The Grand Anny Post will attend
tho memorial services to-morrow
evening, and will be accompanied by
tho officers of the Hawaiian volun
teers, and the officers and men of tho
U. S. S. Alert.
A native nanit d Kihikihi, was
ycsteiday found gpilty of the larceny
of $7.50 from another native, and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for two months and to pay a
lino of $10.
On account of the death of Mr. S.
Colin, senior partner of the firm of
Egun & Co., all of the goods of tli.it
firm arc now oil'ered at and below
cost preparatory to closing. Particu
lars in advertisement to-morrow.
The Minister of Foreign Afiaiis
gives notice of the removal of Mr. II.
It. Aimstrong from the office of Ha
waiian Cousul-Gcncral at London.
Mi. Manly Hopkins will continue to
act as tho Hawaiian Consul at Lon
don. The largo brown bear that came
down by the Umatilla,and which h.ii
created quite a sensation at Harry
Byng's, is to be placed on exhibition
for a few weeks. He is quite full of
tricks, and is said to be a skilful
boxer and wrestloi.
A juiiy empaneled toonquiic into the
cause of the death of Ah Sun, finds
that the deceased came to his death
by accidentally falling from hid horse
on Queen street"Yiear Puncjibowl
street, on tho 8th inst., said fall frac
turing his skull.
Mn. L. J. Levevy received a letter
fr'im W. S. Maltby, the champion
bicycle rider, as to giving a perform
ance in Honolulu during the stay of
the Zealandia in port, should she ar
rive at a suitable hour. Mr. Maltby
missed the Umatilla.
It is rumored that inasmuch as the
Aleit may possibly huvo to go to Sa
moa, tho Captain will follow in the
wako of II. B. M. S. Cormorant, and
give tho boys a month's pay and a
general liberty. It is also rumored
that buch n liberty would give tho
men a wholcbomc stietch of their
legs, and renew their muscular vital
it'. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. O Honolulu Rifles, at
Meeting Honolulu ArionSocicty,
Service ut Central Union Church,
at 7 :30.
Bible reading at St, Andrew's
Sunday school room, at 7.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., ut
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Mcmoriwl service at Central Union
Church, at 7:30 p. m., for thoso
who lost their lives at Samoa.
Meeting of Geo. W. De Long Post
at 7 p. in., for the pui pose of at
tending the memorial service.
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a clear
ance sale of general merchandise at
his salesrooms, to-morrow morning,
at 10 o'clock, comprising dry goods,
crockery, glassware nnd fancy
goods, besides the usual varied
lines known to the trade. A small
lot of ladles' wear will bo offered,
and will be sold without leeerre to
close consignments. Also a fine lot
of Axminster rugs, laigo and small.
Mrs' Livermoro says her husband
is a Republican, while shu is a Pro
hibitioiiibl ; he is a Piotectiouint,
and she is a Free Trader ; ho has a
pew in ono church, she in another;
he has one doctor, she another; ami
yet they are happy and harmouious
nnd never dream qt qnarrejling.
THE VANDAUA'S FATE.
A3 TOM) 11T ONU or THK CltHW, WHO
WAS Tin; LAST TO i.t:avk iibk.
On the llth of March, tho V. S.
Flagship Trenton entered the port at
Apia, and went to an anchoingc.
V.'c had then in poil, tho Trenton,
Vandalia, Nipslc, Calliope, Olga,
Adlcr, and the Eber. On tho lfith
of the mouth n strong wind arose
from the laud which booh developed
into a gale. The Vandalia, being
then coudensing had but one boiler
going. Al 2 p. in, of the same day
fires were started under three more
boilers. As at 5 p. in, the Auciold
Barometer fell to 29.09 t was deem
ed advisable to gut up all possible
steam so fli es w ei e started tinder all 8
boilers. Al 2 a. m. noxt day (lfijji)
the wind shifted mid blew Iroin the
seaward, in a terrific hurricane.
All hands were called on deck, and
a full picssuie of steam put on, but
it was of no avail, for bemu unable
to slaiul to niir anchorage we began
todilft towards the Calliope. As wo
continui (1 to drag tow aids her, and
desliing to ao d a collision, she
let out her chians to their
forest length. We came down
upon her stern, first carrying
away her jibboom, and stoving
in our qttaiter. In order to prevent
her ram bow from culling us in two,
the Calliope parted her chains and
commenced to run ''amuck." At
this time the hurricane was raging
wilh unabated fury. At one minute
she would be raised over our storn,
tho next she would tide a giant wave,
directly ov"br us amidship, threaten
ing lo send us to tho bottom. After
a little time, however, she sheered off
from us and au down towards the
The crew of the Tienton imme
diately took lo llie rigging, and gave
the Calliope three lousing cheers,
as she succeeded in steaming out to
sea. After the Vandalia had gotten
out of the way of the Calliope she
continued to diag down towards the
Adler and Eber. Just then a mon
ster sea picked the Adler up like a
feather, and cast her one hundred
uud fifty yards on the reef ; another
moment and the Eber was cast
bicadsidc on the reef, stoving her
in, and Biuking her instantly. "We
continued to diag on until within
tweuty feet of the reef, with the
Olga almost on lop of us. Seeing
that a collision was certain the Olga,
putting op full steam, succeeded in
pulling ahead of us. We, after
gieat exertion succeeded in sheering
off from the reef a few feet. We
weie making water fast, and seeing
that we were doomed, we directed
all our efforts to fetch her on the
beach alongside of the Nipic. Al
10:30 a. m. (lGth) we had drifted
to within one hundred yaids of the
beach when our stern htiuck on the
reef and in a few minutes we were
in a sinking condition. All our
boats had been curried from us by
the Calliope except the second cut
ler. Lieut. J. W. C.iilin, our exe
cutive officer, oidered the cutter
loweied. so that we might try to
lake a line ashore, but when the
boat was manned she was found to
bo stove in.
At this time there vvere on the
poop-deck of the Vandalia, Captain
hchoonmaker, Lieuts. J. W. Carlin
and J. C. ilsou, Paymaster Frank
H. Armb, F. E,. Sutton, Lieut, of
Marines, L. A. Staffou and J, A.
Lejuene, cadets, and about thirty
of the crew. As she was sinking
very rapidly, the men took lo the
rigging. At this time a fireman
named Apostol Callarillo jumped
overboard and swam for the Nipsic,
and making her succeeded in pulling
himself up the side. He was fol
lowed by a laige number of our
ciew who clutched M)c ropes hang
ing ovei the side of llie ship, but
being too weak to hold on let go
and were washed out to sea. Calla
lillo succeeded in saving the lives
of five or six of hii shipmates. One
of the first to make for the Nipsic
was Chief Engineer A. B. Green,
who reaching her,caught a side rope,
but was compelled to let go, and
was being curried seaward when ho
met one of t(ie crew, named George
Mitchell, with whose assistance he
succeeded in leaching tho hcadi,
wheie they wera picked up by the
natives in an exhausted condi
tion. Captain Schoonmaker at this
time was lying on the poop clinging
to one of tho wheels of a mounted
howitzer, Lieut. J. W. Carlin was
on the right of him cltmnng to the
rail and legs of a guttling gun, I
lay on the other skin of the guttling
gun. Paymaster F. H. Aims was
to my loft and near to him lay
Lieul. Sutton. The Hrst'to go was
Lieut. Sutton, who was stunned by a
heavy sea healing him against the
rail ; he turned over on hissjde and
let go his hold, the next wave carry
ing him off. By this time Paymaster
Arms beau to grow very weak.
I lay slnltered by a "wlndsail" that
was lashed to tho ralling.which part
ly broke tho force of the seas. I
succeeded in unlashiug a piece of
rupc which had parted from the
howitzer and passed it around my
waist, tjie Paymaster fastening thu
one end to the iron boat davit, leav
ing the other end loose, with tUe ex
ception of one turn around a rail
bar. After three or four heavy seas
hero strut U us Mr. Arms unfastened
the rope, 6aving he was afraid tho
rail would givi way uud the howit
zer crush us lo pieces. Ho hud now
become so weak and with the great
est difficulty held. As a monster
wve ciiiiiu'on us I felt some one
catch hold of mo, hut the bold
loosened and when Iho wave passed
Mr, Ann b was gone. Juttt
this a marine got caught under the
wheels of tho howitzer and Captain
Schooumnker was nearly washed
nw ay in his efforts to get him out.
A few minutes later the Captain
mis told that his slew aid Brisbane
was lost) ho said, "poor fellow,
poor follow, too bad, too bad." I
passed to tho Captain one end of
the ropo which I was using, hut ns
one leg of the gatlling gun was
broken and tho i ail was giving way he
fearful of being ciushed to death by
its fall. Ho was now very weak and
when the click began to break up,
Lieut. Cailin tiled to persuade him
lo make an effort to teach thu rig
ging, but ho had ngt the stronglu.
A minute Inter tho sea again striking
us, the Caplniti let loose his hold
and in doing so was dashed against
the ship's side and after the sea had
passed, he was seen no more. There
was no one left on tho poop-deck
then but Lieut. Carlin and the En
gineer's yeoman, B. F. Davis.
Lieut. Carlin then went up into the
tigging on the port side. D.ivis
after a leinblu beating and nearly
exhausted jumped ovciboard mid at
tempting to i-wim for the -lioru was
carried around the bow ol the Nip
sic, and out to sea. After staying
in the rigging some time Lieut.
Cailin cutne down on the deck agaiu,
and after standing a heavy healing
aguinst the bits went back into tho
rigging where he stayed until taken
off by the Trenton. T. J. Downey,
Paymaster's yeoman, the most po
pular man in the Vnndalia's crew,
genial, whole, sottled "Tommy," with
a heart as large as a mountain, went
over and down without a struggle.
Long will his sweet kindly nature
lemuin green in the memory of his
shipmates. Paycletk John Houcu
who had been washed out of tho
low er main rigging attempted to sw im
for the Nipsic, but was carried out
lo sea and lost. Although an officer
he stood at the pumps, raised liis
voice with the men, sang and worked
with a will until hcjjrew exhausted.
M. Josephs, ship's veoman,ucxt was
washed awav fiom llie foot of the
niizen mast and sank, almost imme
diately. At 7 p. in. (10th) the
Trenton was seen drifting down on
us with all her men in the rigging
and as she neared they gave three
rousing chctrs, which we answered
lainlly, but with a whole heart. Tho
sea was l milling mountains high
when she with her spanker set
drifted on us stein fust. Hacking
up lo the foremast she oust a lino to
our foie yard and took cveiy man
off, then backing down on lop of the
main inasi knocking it over and
taking everyone out of it, Then came
our turn in the mixcen mast which
sho felled with one blow, saving all,
Then calling all hands she hauled
ahead oil of the reef which she bad
stiuck in rescuing us. Just before
the main mast went over Ensign
Charles S. Ripley jumped over and
after a hard struggle succeeded in
reaching the beach, where he set
about to find a boat to bring us off.
An offer of assistance was made to
him by a native chief named Sua
mana which ho gladly accepted. With
the aid of the chief and his follow
ers they found the Nipsio's gig.
They carried it down to the beach and
at 1 a.m. on the 17th they launched
it and attempted to come off to the
Trenton for a line, but the sea being
too rough did not succeed.. At 7:30
they came off again with better suc
cess and from then on tnude regular
trips until all wcro taken off. En
sign Riply stood on the beach to re
ceive the wounded and had them all
carried up lo the native church,
which was turned into a hospital.
The Vandal ia's crew is now quarter
ed near the U. S. Consulate, where
they are supplied with fruits by tho
Long will tli sick aiu wounded
of the YHlalja's ciew remember
the hearty welcomo and happy smil
ing greeting of the Samoan people.
At a mcctinp of the Directors of
the Mutual Telephone Campany,
held this morning, a proposition for
consolidation from the Bell Com
pany was considered. A committee
was appointed to confer with ono
from the Bell Company with regaid
BERET ANIA STREET.
At a meeting of the residents of
Bcretauia street this morning, the
report of the committee was heard,
after which a lesolution was adopted
that if the track and eugjne "pro
not removed from the street in thrco
mouths, legal steps would be taken.
A proposition has been made by
thu residents to give up ten feet on
cither side of the road trom Punch
bowl sticet to Puuuhoii so as to
wj(en the street, if thu Government
will repair ft. Should this pioposW
tion he accepted ami the work car
ried out it will lio ono of the finest
streets in tho city.
Solicit umltr i'-li haul are th rgeil ID cittt
per lineor llie fint imrrlloii, nnil 6 c ntiptrtlnt
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
111 liivu just received ot UiiihiIHu
aiioiln'i lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAOKH IIBUt" in Icegi, which thpy
are otruiniKtutliolr cunoiiicr, 218 lw
PI XNOS for rent nt iho Mwdo Dr.
imriuii ut. Hawaiian Kcws Cw.
(VJUSICAL Instruments of every dts.
11 eiipium fur tn'ti cheap at the
MimIo Dipirlinuni. lluwuilun News Co.
HEET Minic sad Musjo t'olioi,
1'iiu-i ciilUiiiii Ninif mid lnstrii.
mental . olios at the MubTc Department.
i Hawaiian iewn Co. 107 lm
1.. , . . .. r-" rSES
At a special meeting of jtiiyinen,
summoned by tho Marshal, held at
the Marshal's office, at 10 u. m. to
day, for the purpose of considering
the advisability of wuUning Palnco
Walk, it wnfi unanimously decided
that Palace Walk, between Likelikc
and Punchbowl streets, should ho
widened om tho tnakai side to tho
lino of tho Palace wall, and on Ihc
nmulca side about il feet, thus me
aling a street 40 feet wide.
This change is n most needed one,
tho present road being so not row rb
to make IL almost impossible for two
vehicles meeting to pass each other
with salcty and is a fruitful source
The question of indemnifying pro
perty owners for the lands taken,
was not discussed.
The jurors" went to Palace .Walk,
aocompanied by Marshal Soper, for
the purpose ot making a personal
examination of the road, prior to
arriving at the foregoing conclusion.
Tuesday, April 9th.
George tiji was fined ?1 with
costs for drunkenness.
Julio dc Freitas, for assault and
battery, was fined $10 and $1 costs.
Akmm, for furious and heedless
driving, was fined 810 with 1.20
For the same offenso John Smith
forfeited bail of 825.
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Oceanic mww$ Count.
I.IIAVK , 1.BAVK
San Francisco Honolulu
Friday, 12 noon: Ftldsy, 12 noon:
Apiil 26. , Apul 12.
May 24. May 10
June 21. Juno 7.
July lil. July o.
Augutt 10. Aiij;iipt 2.
September 13. Augu&t GO.
October 11. September 27.
AQUAU'lT.UliY divhluiid of Three
($.100) Dollars per t-luie, will lio
piiil t the RtnckhnUlers of Wililcr's
siiomfhlpCo at ih. lr DlUce ourjATUH.
DAY, the lHih instant.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu. April 10, 1SS9. 2;'0:tt
,a a iiuusn. wnii ii urge ana
HXl 3 Mil ill rot nn with kit.
Uieu una Imdinom mt.iulied.
m Alftkui Mnct, rpposilc Dr. M -Wayne's.
Afp'y tn John Cook, on iir
mlses. or al tlusolllce. 210 if
niHE Sni Fong 0mpiny liavinR this
JL day purchased tlio "Cosmopolitan"
ltvutauriint from Mr. Jun Hee. will here
afnr carry It on as a first class eating
house. The proprietor will i-piiro no
pains torn ike the pltico attractive aud
satisfactoiy to eustnmcrB.
SUI FOX G COMPANY,
ty Mop Mnc.
Honolu'ii, Apill !). 181). 210 lw
NOTICi: is heiohy
I lee n.iviiii; this
alveu that J mi
il i sold out his
plierest in the "Cosmopolitan"' Restau
laiit, lately eat tied on tiy hlin on
llnthel stiiet, adjoining tin pumices
ot i epsis Castle & Cooke, to theSnt
Kong Company, from ami aftt r the Oth
Inst., said Him will collect all aieuimts
anil pay all bills eoiiuui led with said
business ami thu Mild Jim Ileo will col
lect all outstanding accimnts. Jim lice
alone heliit; am oiici to leeeipt for
fame, uud will pay all claims ajjaiin-t
the icKt'iiir.mt to the above incut oncil
date. .!UX IIEE.
Honolulu, Apill S, 1880. Ul lw
TVfRs MONItOH, 1 idles' mi
and lielit-t.' iiiiii'u.
of 21 years experience. it (J'iren (.'liar,
lotto Lving.lii.Hn-pilal, I iilin, (ulur
islun'lx not nlijei tol in, fie.d'icnre,
"Jorilxn lloiite." -i liool rfci V n
Box I7'i; Miitunl Vol. 3; H'Sflm
A REWARD of I'Mfiy (.',0
XJk. will ne inui lit Mr, f, vv.
Mlarill of Kauai for tlio uircst of .loe
Yoo, a lllnck Pornifjiuso, for ihn
murder of K.iol.iko (It), at IColna,
Kauai, on April I. 188').
Jno. II. SOPER,
Marstiil of the Kingdom
Honolulu, April 0, 188. 2i7 tf
O ( OTT'S aemiluo Midlothian Oatmeal
J in 14 lb. tins. For sale by
BHOWN ifc CO.,
28 ileiclianfr, street.
Will practice. in Hsu )iwir (nuns of tlio
KitiKriuui nwuornf, intend to colli ct
ing In all jih bruit' hut, renting of Iioukis
uud any other hujOtirsi tiiruted lo him
WALK. ' rf
By the S. S. Uinatillu, Mi Bhrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu'
with a large and varied stock of Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods, Chil
dren's Clothing, Ladies', Gents', Misses' &
Children's Boots, Shoes, Etc., which we
respectfully solicit the public to inspect.
S. BHRLICH, Temple of Fashion.
75 & 77 Forfc St EG AN
Freud, Englisl ei American Dry ait Fancy Boois !
A.1mo, XTiuo CtiMtom-mncle Olotliiiifg-,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
J3ull 'A'elijplioue, GO "U iST
HAWAIIAN WINE GO
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street,
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, HYE and HONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH axxa IRISH WliXSICY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino fc Vory Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GBffS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Oin, Best .Brand in tlio Mnrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
Iu Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In l'intri and Quarts.
BittevK, LiquorH Absinthe,
Apollliuirl Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zlnfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, HockH, Etc., Ete.
All of which will lio sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
-o , ,, i
101) POUT STItKET. HONOLULU,
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Agents for P. Lorillard fe Co.'s Tohaccos, il W. S. Kimhall & Co
Tobaoco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Wntuv Works
& GO Honolulu, H. I.
JMEutuul Tulohouc, 371
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES hy
4 DEALUltB IN-
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