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MONDAY, ArRIL IS, 1889.
K M S S Zcalandla 0 days 22 hours from
Sttnr .villcuhMla from Kauai
Btinr Viva from Muul
Stmr Like iko from mill
Stmr Mokolll from ilolokai
Stmr ai Makee from Kauai
Sttnr J A Cuiniiiliii from Koolnu
Sclir Kuliunnuu from Halawa
B v Forest Queen, dipt J C Winding,
for miu FraniUeo
K Al a S Zealaudln, for Colonies at 1
Stmr j A Cummins for Koolau
Sclir ol Wuliinc for llatnakun
Stmr ICaala tor VVulalua and Walanne
at 9 a m
Stmr Viva for Maul
Stmr okolli for Molnkal
Sclir Ltliolilio for I.alialnu
Itrsehr Norma, for .Midway Islauil
btmr Jas Makec for Kupaa at 5 p m
vessels leaving" To-MonndwT"
btmr LI eliko for Maul and wa) ports
at 5 i m
Stun- W U Hull for I.iiualna, Maul iea,
Koua. Ka . and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Mlkuliala for Kaiini at 6 p m
frtuir W lalealu for Kauai at C p in
fcelir Kaalokal f or Koloa, Elecle aud ' a.
nape, e at 3 p m
From San Francisco, per S S Zea
laudta. April 11 1 (J Jones ami wife,
Mrs Thos Smith. A Aschcim, L Bald
win, J Low, Clias Lclminu, G 11 Dole,
J Uartram, rs Lose, 2 children and
maid, W II WilllumMiu and wife, F C
Smith, M its M tiroul, Mrs lexander
and cliild, Miss Van Oteicndorp, Mrs A
P Petcismi and cliild, 11 Lewis, Mrs
W II Stevens Ml.ssMary Stevens, Miss
El'en Stevens, Master II -v evens, It S
Prindeville and wife.
From Maui, per stmr Likclikc, April
14 A T Atkinson, E F Zamwalt, is F
L larke, G tlcincuiaiiu and s n, iss
A laike, Mrs 11 Kumanoulii, Mrs ,1
Kalama and cliild, Mis ,1 V Kalua, W .1
Lowrlc, a Chinese and 35 deck.
From ' anal, per btmr Mikahala, April
14 Hon G X Wilcox, Hon A S Wl.eox,
J Jtahe and son, 0 I. ritto, Mrs W 11
Itice and 4 children. E Lyman, Mrs J
I) . trong, Miss Isenherg, A arstin, .T
Taylor. ..iss E Dole, Mis Aloiau, 11 .1 Iv
Lyman, J Percira, Mrs Stcvensan, Sr. J
1$ Ali xatider, A Xiau, Allied Dole, Miss
A Boyd, 3 Chines.- and 01 deck.
or an Francisco, per bark Forest
Queen, April M Miss B Young and
duughtcr, I K Gates, wife and 4 cbii
d.eu, Sam Kii, wife and fi children, J K.
N Spears, wife and child, Kalawao,
Kaulaua, wife and child, Hnopiiaiua,
wife aud 2 children, and MrPodinore.
CARCUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr I.ikcllke 5(370 hags sugiu and 230
Stmr Mikahala 3330 hags sugar, 140
hags rice and ICC pkgs mis.
Stinr Waialeale 2788 hags sugar.
Stmr Alokolii 8U0 hags sugar aud 100
Sclir .tioiwahine IGOOhags sugar.
Tec bktno Planter will sail for San
Francisco Friday or Saturda .
The hktne John Smith from New
castle, Apiil 13th, brought 1050 tons of
coal for Wilder & Co.
The Forest Queen sailed for Sau
Frant'iseo with 14,1,'SG bags sugar,
valued at 81,080.3,").
JLRIlIVALfl AT SAN FKANfilSCO.
March 31, Ilk Colusa, 174 days from
April 4, Schr J C Ford, 14 days from
Kahiilui, schr Sailor Boy, 18 days from
April 5, sclir Jtosaliud, 144 days from
March 29, Bk J 1) Brewer from Hono
lulu. DEPAKIUI.KS FIIOM BAN FHAXCISCO.
Marcli 31, hktne I dscovcry for Hono
lulu. April 0, Ilk Alex McNeil for Hono
lul , brig Lurllne for Ililo.
April 7, hiig Consuclo for Kahuliii.
S N Castle, W B Godfrey and Colusa
3Iarch 28, Bk DeuUchlaud for Hono
lulu. l'OUT IILAKELEY.
April 4 Bk O O Whltmoru for Hono
April 2, passed bk Dcutschlatul from
Bremen for Honolulu.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
uufoue jrow.Lr J.
Moxuay, April 15.
In re estate of Luther Aliolo, de
ceased. Petition of Lilia It. Aliolo
for allowance of accounts, discharge
and final order of distribution.
Ordered that accounts bo approved
but that discharge bo postponed
until no further need of her author
ity be shown in division of property.
C. L. Carter for petitioner, J. V.
Kalua for heirs by first and second
Monday, April 15.
Sam Barra and Harry Lemon
wore charged with aiding one II.
Ones, to escape from custody of a
police ofllcer. They were each fin
ed 82 and sentenced to one bonr'fl
imprisonment ut hard labor.
Nino drunks had to pay the usual
Jack Clemcnson forfeited 810 for
assault and battery on Ane Ililo.
."J!!1L' ' Jl
A 3-Iegged hen that answers to
the name of Tiro (following any one
who calls it by that masculine title)
is said to he a curiosity of Ulster
county, N. Y.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
This is Holy week.
A oe.ntlk horso is offered for sale.
Mr. Justice- Preston presides at
OUambors this week.
A rostTiON as govcrnoss, compan
ion or housekeeper is wanted.
Sixteen Hiuvaiians left on
Forest Queen for Suit Lake city.
Mn. J. V. McGuire, express
drayman gives notice of removal,
The Zealandia biought $50,000 in
gold coin for Messrs. Bistiop &. Co.
The U. S. S. Alert is preparing to
leave for Samoa about Thursday
A mail will bo forwarded from the
Tost Ofllcu to San Francisco tliu lat
ter end of the week by the Planter.
Those Lanai cabbages that Mr. L.
J. Levey has for salo are immense in
size, and are as tender as they are
Mit, P. C. Jones having returned,
the Y. M. C. A book-coping cliibteB
will be resumed this evening at C:.'iO
and 7 :15.
A meeting of tbo Hawaii Baseball
Club will be held Tuesday evening,
at 7 :30 o'clock, at Hook and' Ladder
Mn. J. J. Sullivan wishes it stated
that ho is not driving for the Pan
theon stables, but ho drives for the
Fashion stables exclusively.
Hon. Henry Wnturhouso gave an
intoiesting account of his trip abroad
at the Kawaialnio church, Sunday
evening, before a large audience.
Amj oQicers of the Honolulu Billcs
Battalion tiro requested to assemble
at the armory at 7 :!!0 o'clock this,
evening; business of importance.
Mr. P. C. Jones says thero was
tremendous excitement over the pig
puzzle in the States. The demand
for thi'm was thousands beyond tin
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing the case of 1$. II. Kaiiauiinui vs.
V.V. Ashford, criminal conversation
was commenced before a mixed jury.
A. Rosa for plaintiff; C. Creighton foi
A meeting of tho Woman's Church
Aid Society of St. Andiew's Cathe
dral will be hold Wednesday after
noon, at 2:30 o'clock. A full attend
ance is requested as business of im
portance will come up.
TiiKiu: will be :i grand display of
the latest styles of millinery at Mr.
C. J. Fishel'u store, commencing to
morrow and continuing through tho
week. This stock will, it is certain
please the ladies of. Honolulu who
arc partieulary invited to inspect it.
On Sunday morning at 3 o'clock, a
man named Wilbur, belonging to u
whaling vessel was attacked by two
men on Queen street near the skat
ing rink, receiving several nasty
blows. His watch and chain and
about $19 were taken from him. Joe
Dorrity has been arrested and stands
charged with robbery. The police
are after tho other man.
Marshal Soper received a letter
from Kauai on Sunday, stating that
Fogo, the black Portuguese who
murdered a native, had hung him
self from a tree at Koloa. The body
was still warm when found. A doctor
was sent for and ho pronounced the
man dead. Two days previous tho
murderer was seen in the cane fields
by about fifty persons, but managed
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Alexander Liholiho Council No. 1
of Kadoshat 7:30.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Dcflllr Scliild
Overture Slavonian Fitl
Waltz Danube Waves Ivanoviol
Iteiuiniscenci'S of Ilellhd Godfrey
llooheno, lillo Kupa Loko, Oiwl Naiif.
Medio Night In New York.. . .Brooks
Waltz 1001 Nighls Strauss
Gniottc Old (inld Boggatclll
Mutcli Tho -ahito Boeder
Hawaii i onol
The Waialua murder case in which
Alia was charged with wilful murder
of Louis Johnson, at Waialua, De
cember 30th, was brought to a clsse
on Saturday afternoou, when the
jury after an absence of an hour
mid a half returned a verdict of not
guilty, two dissenting. The caso
occupied a week in trial. Mr.
Autonc Ilosa made a very able de
fence. SUGAR HEWS.
Tho price of sugar, 90 degrees,
was tiff cents at latest advices,
Some excitement nas caused in
San Francisto when it was learned
that the American Sugar Hennery
had been sold to Jlaveineycrs and
Elder of Now York. The change
took place April 1st, and the busi
ness will bo continued under the
naipe ol American Sugar Iietjni'ry,
HfiYcmcycrs & Elder, Proprietors,
latino or THE
CORNER STONE Of
China Engine Company No. 5 of
tho Honolulu Fire Department per
formed tho ceremony of laying the
corner stono of their new engine
houso, corner of Mauimkcaand Pau
ahi streets, in the presence of a very
large assemblage last Saturday after
noon. The hour designated for the
ceremony was two o'clock, and a fir
minutes after that time, the China
Engine Company in full .uniform
and numbering at least 30, ap
proached the spot to the lively aire
of the Royal Hawaiian Band. They
wore escorted by Hawaii Engine Co.
No. 4. His Ex. L. A. Thurston,
the Minister of the Interior, who
had been selected to lay the corner
stone, being alieady tin the spot, no
time was lost in getting under way.
As soon a3 the firemen had ar
ranged themselves about tho build
ing, Mr. Lati Cliong, tho China
Company's delegate to the Depart
ment, stepped to tho front, and
after culling attention, Introduced
Mr. Hang Sain, the foreman of the
company, who spoke a few minutes
explaining the objects of the cere
monies. Mr. Lati Chong then read
in Chinese an address appropriate
to the occasion, after which Alcana,
the engineer of the company, read
the following English translation of
the foreman's address:
Gentlemen and Brother Firemen:
It ia with satisfaction and pride we
hail you all here assembled to-day
to witness tho laying of our founda
tion stone. The superstructure
which fhall shortly rise above this
stone, will be the rallying point of
one company of that volunteer baud,
who are pledged over to be ready
at a moment's notice to fight the fire
lleiid, and to protect the lives and
property of our citizens from its
ravages. China Engine Company
No. o was organized in 187'J, with
an original roll call of GO members.
The funds which purchased our fine
btoani engine were subscribed by
i he Chinc-e merchants of this city,
and its present membership of 72 is
em oiled chielly from the merchant
class of our community. From the
date of our organization a spirit of
kindly fullowship has existed in our
ranks, and I am proud to say "that
to-day we' are prosperous beyond
our expectations. Wherever tho
alarm bell has rung out, calling us
to duty, we hava ever promptly
obeyed the call, and labored in uni-t-on
with our fellow-firemen, to save
the property of our citizens. How
valuable our services have been, it
is for our Chief Engineer and our
fellow-citizens to decide. That our
services are valued is evidenced by
the fact, that on this spot is to be
raised a fine fire proof building for
our accommodation. This occasion
is one which we shall not soon for
get and it will nervo us to iucieased
zeal whenever the alaun shall ring
out our call to duty. This occasion
is one of great interest to all the
members of our Fire Department,
for it niaiks the change fiom the
days of ricket3r wooden engine
houses and sheds, to thos'e of fine
brick and other fire proof structures
for the accommodation of the De
partment. We are the fortunate
first company in this respect, and
in congratulating otir.-elves we feel
assured that no pang of envy will be
felt by our brother firemen, for it is
an open secret that plans are in pie
paration by the Government, to
ereet houses for other companies of
the Depaitment. Structures that
will loom up grandly in comparison
with our own modest but pretty
Brother Firemen, may our call to
duty be seldom heard, hut when the
bells ring oui may we always be
found prompt to the call, and may
great (ires in Honolulu only be
known as tilings of the past.
In the name of China Engine
Company No. f I thank you all for
The delegate then announced that
His Ex. the Minister of the Interior
would hiy the corner stone of the
new building. Amid three rousing
cheers Mr. Thurston stepped to the
front and said :
Gentlemen: There can always be
something good said about the Ho
nolulu Fire Department. It has
strived to do it3 duty under all cir
cumstances, although thero was a
time when it was verj poorly equip
ped. This is the second building
belonging to the Department No.
1 having been the only company in
its own building and it is the first
fireproof engine house to be con
st! ucted. It is fitting that it should
bo built on the site of the great fire,
whcie Chinese capitalists have main
tained an engine purchased by their
contributions. I am glad to be able
to participate in this event, and to
place in this receptacle tho box con
taining the record of your company,
with various other matters, and I
hope it will be a long time before
anybody can get at it to find out
what it contains. (Laughter and
Ilaring concluded Mr. Thurston
then placed in the receptacle an iron
box about 12x8, containing the fol
lowing: Chinese Almanac, J88U;
Thrum's Annual, 1881), Chinese
newspaper, Bulletin Summary Apr.
9, Bulletin Extra Apr. 12th, Uulle
tin Daily April 13th, Planters'
Monthly, March, Short History of
Honolulu and thu Fire Department
by J. C. W.iilo, (.'hiucbo Hag, Con
stitution and By Liuys of the l-'iro
Department, Cuiistiimioii and By
Laws of Coiiid uiies Nos, 1, 2, .0,
the HqqIs ami Ladder CoiHiHiuy, ami
CHINA COMPANY NO.
tt $mEiHmN- 'tsopiNv
Fire Police i Gnzello Weekly, Dally
Advertiser Apr. 13th, Hawaiian,
American and Chinoso money, and
the address in Chinese read by Mr.
On the conuliuion of this part of
tho ceremonies, in answer to calls,
Chief Engineer Wilson stopped to
the front, nud when the applauao
that greeted his presence had sub
Gentlemen: Three years ago
lacking five days this company lost
its house by (Ire. I could say a
great deal in favor of this company
iu holding together as they have in
that period. The' had no place to
hold their meetings except by beg
ging such places as could be had by
hiring. This event marks the be
ginning of a new era, the laying of
this corner stone being satisfactory
pi oof that everything will be accom
plished. I hope that after this
building is erected the company will
be able to give as good an account
of themselves as in the past. With
that I wish to give you my aloha.
The Chief then look from Mr. Lau
Chong a trowe' and casting some
mortar on the box ended the cere
mony. Among those present, besides the
participators in the ceremonies,
were: Messrs. W. W. Hall, Fred.
Harrison, Hie contractor; George
Lucas, George Norton, E. K. Ryan,'
C. Clark, 15. Ordenstein, Kenwc,and
Civil Engineer White.
The companies re-formed and,
headed by the band, proceeded to
the present temporary quarters of
the China Co.. corner of Hotel and
Maunakca streets, where a bountiful
spread was laid. The merry mak
ings were kept up until a late hour.
The new structure will be of brick
54. by Go feet, and the whole will be
surmounted by a tower.
HURRICANE AT TAHITI.
THOUSANDS- SWT.PT AWAY
The hurricane that created such
havoc at Samoa on the 15th March,
appears uot to have been confined
to that locality. Upon the same day
the island of Tahiti was visited by a
storm that caused unprecedented
loss of life and property in the So
ciety Group. The following ac
count appears in the San Francisco
Auckland, April 3. The hurri
cane of Marcli 15th swept Tahiti
Island with terribly disastrous cf
lects. The capital city was totally
submerged. The loss of life was
enormous. Thousands of natives
were swept away and drowned.
Hundreds of houses in Papeiti were
carried away and public buildings
ruined. Devastation was spread
everywhere. Some people managed
to reach the high lands, and thus
escaped the flood, but the number
who perished is beyond present cal
culation. Crops are dcslroj'ed and
the people who escaped the flood
are confronted by the danger of
Letters that came to the French
Consulate here yesterday from Ta
hiti were dated Feb. Mth. They
came by the barkentinc Tropic Bird,
which was deed on the voyage by
adverse winds. This is the only di
rect news that has come to the Con
sulate from Tahiti. It is considered
probable that in the event of the
news of the disaster at Papeete be
ing cabled to Paris, that some in
structions relative to the relief of
sufferers may be sent here, but as
yet nothing lias been learned of the
disaster beyoud the facts contained
in the press dispatches.
All mariners are well aware of the
prevalence of hurricanes in the
South Pacific, although it has gener
ally been supposed that both Samoa
and Tahiti were situated somewhat
beyond the limits of the cyclone
racks. The space between the Sa
moan nnd Friendly Islands has been
considered expressly subject to hur
ricanes. Piddington'u Sailors'
Horn-nook (of which Captain Mc
intosh of the local hydrographic
office has a copy), tells of a terrific
hurricane that visited Samoa Apr. 5,
1850. It wrought great destruction.
Over 2,000 native houses, the Apia
chapel and other largo buildings
were leveled to the ground, and
three vessels in Apia Harbor, tho
whaling barks Favorite of London,
Hercules of New Bedford, and the
Catholic mission schooner Clara,
were washed ashore. Since that
lime nautical records show there
have been many hurricanes in the
rogiou, nil muni or Iob disastrous.
Another despatch dated Auckland
April 2, has the following:
Tho recent hurrlcano in tho South
Pacific Ocean swept over 1,200 geo
graphical miles, embracing in its
track the Hervey und Society groups
of islands. The American ship Hed
Cross from New South Wales for
San Francisco was driven ashore at
Haratonga and wrecked The crew
was saved. The American ship Ada
Owen was wrecked at Quara. Tho
crew was saved. Wreckage from
the British ship Suukim from New
South Wules for San Francisco wore
seen at Aitutaki. It is supposed
that thu crew perished.
The American ship Ada Owen
mentioned as beiim wrecked at
Quara, is probably thu Auckland
brig Ada C. Owen, that went ashore
at .Maara, of which wo received uews
by the last N. Z. steamer.
4'riyatt; advices from Tahiti dated
1.1 February state, 'This is the dry
est, hottest season Tahiti has ever
seen, everything tiriett up, locout
nut trees are getting blighted tint
i ui wm i nwuun: i
Notices under tU heail tire ehtrted 10 ctnti
per line for thefint inttrlton, and fl cenlt per line
even nddltlonol hutcrfen.
EXTRA Flno Orpm Ci
Cnkcs and Pics
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ut Umatilla
another lot of that PHILADELPHIA
LAOKR HEKlt" In kegj, which they
arc ollerlnctitiliulr niftnmcrs. 218 lw
Oceanic Stain Gomi'y.
"UMATILLA" Sl "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
GOLD Locket, encavlni: on hack
ie Ke Aloha llarrv." Anyone
rcluriiii'g fame to 1J'llkt N Ofllco will
be rewarded. 223 3i
'PO purchase Government Bonds to
J. the amount of $0,000. Vpply to
Road Carts For Sale.
A TSAN FKANGISCO
prices, nn invoice
-v.ys, or n
ne lielit K'liiil unrts,
ju-i rerivi-ii fioni ('liiciieo, nt tho
HAWAII N CAH. M'K'G CO.,
319 w Queen 'reet.
AS I in
nti-iid to elnbc out mv lmsinesfl
April 2")th, I irive notice that
.til uutrlic.- Mid jowi'hy, luft over thn-e
iiiO'dlis f"i icpaii's. will bo Mild at auc
tion, if not clu.mcd mi thru date. All
outstanding accounts uot paid on April
30th, will be placed in tho hands of a
20 td MAX ECICART.
BY mutual consent the partnership
heretofore existing between Manuel
i igueira and Jose de Freitas, under tho
firm Buine of Figueiia & Co., bus this
day been (1 1 solved; Figueira continuing
the hiiiincss and assuming all liabilities
contracted by said Figueira & Co., up
10 April 8, IBS!)
JOsE de FREITAS.
Honolulu, Apill 115 I8HS). 223 3t
S OUT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
hi 11 lb. tins. For pale by
J E. BKOWN & CO.,
178 tf 28 Merchant Btreet.
TO RENT OR LEASE
otleicd for rent or lease
a lerm of years, viz:
Thn"IKckley Hnmcolc.ul," situate in
Kalihi Waeua, together with about ten
(10) acres of kulu laud, all enclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) acres, more or
Icb", half of which is the best of turo
land wlih nn abundant und tiever fail
ing supply of water adjoins thu fore.
S dug iho taro and kulu will be rented
ricpiiiticl) if desired.
Ono Lot of rico land, twenly.two (22)
acies, more or less, with buildings, etc.,
-ituiue iu Kalihl Wuna, easy nccess to
the public road. Hare opportunity for
u siuull fiiimcr.
One Lot, about nine mid a half (0J)
acre-, flliuat" on the miiuka sido of King
Bt'cit, mo mllojt west of town, Miitublu
Two Cottages in
above King ittcet.
Lillha street, a little
tSrTheco Properties if not disuoBcd
of shortly on privittu terms, will bts
lt-ased at public auction Bometimu in
Also several Cottage, pleiisnntlv iintl
conveniently situated, if. rem nn laor.
particular glv-n o -ippll
Artistic Engraver on Wood.
(Late of Harper Bros., N. Y.)
Contracts Executed on Moderate Tor mi.
CtSSrSpcciinUK of work at ofllco.-!
Aut Ukit. Hahi'ku Uiioa., )
New York, April, 1817. J
Mr. FYlIx llrrt vi for several jears
euii'Oyi(l in tlii. . Btiililislinieiit, and
foutiiiacomp Mit engraver and in nil
rt.Sixcin a nil .tile aim untight portion.
J. O. HM1THWICIC,
Sunt. Enjj, Depl., Harper IJros., N. Y.
ngsrO'ili'is ncilved at .I.E. IJrown
& U ' , 28 Mrrclmiii tn-ct. 100 Im
' PHE WEEKLyTuULETIN--1
'Js u liiiin.s, iurul) loo.il umttrr
MiiImI () forei,'u r.ounirlin, 0 per
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to call attention to the ladies that the Stock has
heen selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To be had at the Temple of Fashion.
We Invito Inspection -88 Jfo Trouble to Show Goods
75 & 7? Fort St-EGAN
BSrOu account of tbo death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
inagnificient slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
IIosier3, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wo have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Uo3's' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, VnliseB, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
JSoll Telephone, GO -ia c
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTJRBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Caso;
JSOOTTCJJB: and IlR-ISIi. TtnEIJCSISIY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GSEUS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Glu, Best J3raud In tho Mixvltet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints ami Quarts.
Bittors, Liquors Absiutlio,
Apollhmri Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Eto.
All of which will ho hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Agents for P. Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
& POUT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Port Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
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Salo a Full Assortmont of-
AT LOWEST HATES by
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- 73 Hotel Street
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