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MONDAY, MAY 0, 1889.
Stair iMIknlialafiom Kauai
Stmr Like lkc from Muul
Stmr Klhuea Hnu fiom I'amakua
bchr Lluollho from Luhalnu
Sclir Kulmnnnn from alawa
Sclir Knukoaoull from Kolmla
RMS Mariposa 11 days from
Sclir Wul hn from Kona
Stilir Polo from Ktuiil
SchF Lnvinla from Ewn
JUHttio ,S 2f fnsllu, 0 day's from Fai
Schr Hosallml 17 days from "San Fran
Stmr oknlll for Molokat
Stmr Knnln for W aialuaniid Wnlminc at
fi a in
Kchr Mary for Hanalcl
Sclir Ka Mot for Miholnlclo
K M s Mar posa for San l'laneWeo
Stmr Lelnia fur llaniakna and UIlo ports
at 4 p in
Stmr J A Cit i run I ns for Knolnti
Stmr Viva for olokal
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stiii-WQ llall for Lnhaliia, Maaliea,
i. mir. Kai and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Sflmr .l:n Makco for Kapaa nt 5 p tit
Slinr V liilcalofor Klluncaaml ilanalu
at r, p m
Stmr Mikuliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Sum- l.ikellko for iiml at C p in
Stmr Kilaiica Hou for llaniakna
From Kau .1. per Minr Walaleale,May
4 PIsenbcrg, jr, anil deck passen
gers. From Kamii, per stmr Jamo- Makcc,
May 4 It 0 i-pildlng and wife, Dr
Mitamura, Mrs J Fernandez, and 11
From Kauai, per stmr Mikabala, Vay
50 W .-plU and wife, Hon G II Dole,
R AMaelle. Jr. Aug Drier, A XV Mai
obo and wife, li l.ovell, JlrsOlseuberg,
Miss Hard., A Groto and wife. M .1
Silva, J Pcreira, r" Holmes, (i Ulii-ese
and 84 deck pa scngers.
Fiom Maui, per stmr Llkclike. May
Hit Ilitcheoel., wife and c ild. Mis
A G Hi rcliardt 2 children and maid,
Itcv Fathers Tbendorc and James, Miss
E E Crook, J A I'alincr, S M i' an ika
nui, Mrs .1 Iiaiba. J It ileox, E Perry,
II Morrison and fit) deck puseucrs.
From Waiuiea. per stmr Tele, Mny 4
From the Colonies, per S Mariposa,
May 5 Cabin: i on II Beaumont. JG
Urpant, T Simpson, J Wilcox, J Parker,
Mrs Bond, Miss Hind, Miss McCor
miek, P James, I James, II nines, 11
Satow. Mr Woodford; Steerage: II Al
bert, Itcv A bolin, E ' ralieubull, J
Giuliani, John Hooker, Tbeo Maag, Aug
Schmidt, Miss iMiima LJlil, Mr aim Mrs
Kirke and family.
From San Francisco, per S N Castle,
May C O ! Liulwigseii
For San Fran i-co, per It M S Mari
posa, May G V II Johnstone, W O
Wright, Mis Feigeison, Mrs Tlios
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilauea Hon liCOO b igs sugar.
PtiiirLcluia 2300 bags sugar.
Stmr tiokolii- 82 b;igx sugar, 303 bags
rice and 10 pkgs mis
Stmr Mikahal i UliS b.igs sugar
Stmr Waialeale- 1U50 bayrs Miffa'.
Stmr .las Makee 2380 bags sugar.
Stmr Pole 4504 nags sugar,
fctuir Kaala 1040 bays sugar.
Sclir Lihollho 1CS0 b gs suitar.
Sclir Kulamanii 1800 bags sugar.
, SHIPPING MOTES.
The bark Helper artived at S F
Apiil 22, after the very long passage of
twenty-eight days from Honolulu. She
was dis bli'd on the sixth ay out, ou
account of her mi zeu-niast bead being
cairicd away, and was thus unable to
carry sail. She had light airs and calms
for nineteen days, and dm ing the second
week out only made thirty miles head
way. The It M S Mariposa arrived Sunday
evening, at 'J o'eloc-, from the Colonies.
She failed from Sydney at fi:5 p m
April 17th To 10th lusr had ballting
winds and confuted sen, after which hail
line weather to Auckland, which po.t
was ieai bed at G:!10 p m April 21st
i-ailed from Miekland prll 22nd, at
3-A1 p m. At 0:40 a in of the S.Ird Hie
was discovered in the cargo of flax in
the fore-hold and 8:20 a m the vess 1
was tinned back to Auckland. The
wharf was reached nt 4 a in April 24tb,
and all of tbu llax ou boaid was put
ashore. Sailed nSMin for Honolulu at
fl:0Cp in same day. Called off Tutiiila
5:20 p in April v8tb. Fine weather was
experienced dining the passage.
The steamer Likellke arrived on Sun
day from Maui with 5,138 bags siintir,
1,011 feet koa timber, 1 race horse 1
jiiule, 78 bags cor , 110 bugs taro Hour,
40 bides, and SO packages sundries. Shu
will leave to-morrow.
The barkeutlne S N Castle arrived
from San Francisco tii s morniii'j with
merchandise valued at S2(!,715, fin-hiding
25 bbls Hour, 0.000 lbs sugar. 1.500
cs coal oil, 1,857 ctls barley, 555 s s
bran, 22 ctls oats, 310 bis bay, 200 bbls
lime, 115 M shingles, 1,080 posts, 75
pkgs salmon, etc.
KAl'L'LUI S1U1TINO KUWH.
Arrivals April 20,bktne John Smith,
Oscar Kustel master, two days from
Honolulu; 30, sclir I C Fold, V II Mer
cer master, 10 days, tind May 1, butue
John 1) Sf.reeUcls, K W Uiristlanscu
master, l(! days from San Francisco.
Departures May 1, sclir J U Ford;
4, bgtne CoiiMielo, .1 T Itobertsnu
master; bgtni) John 1) Spreekels, all for
TIIKUM In this city, May Gth, of par
alysU, Thomas A ' liruin, a uatlvo
Of Loudon, England, aged 77 ears,
ay, months, a resident of these
islands since 181.
AST au Francisco and Sydney papo s
The following arc registered at tho
Hawaiian Hotel: Hon. Hubert
Beaumont, Miss Loybouine Popbam
and maid, II. Leybourno Pop ha in,
Mrs. Bond, Miss Met "oi mack, G.
"Woodford. V. Ware, Mr. Purker,
England; Mr. Wcllcock, Munches
tei; J. G. Bryant, St. Louis;
Messrs. F. ,B. and J, James, Melbourne,
UJRAL & GENERAL HEWS.
TiniKn office s aro to let.
Mil. Justice PrcMon
Chambers tliia week.
Br, sure and hoar the Swiss sing
ers to-morrow availing.
Tun band gives a concert at Emma
Square this evening.
The Umatilla sails for San Fran
cisco at uoon on Friday.
Special cars will lun to Walkiki
ou Wednesday. See notice else
where. Mtt. Paul Ibenberg, Jr., has pur
chased the Wnialao ranch on this is
land. The Post Office despatched by tho
Mariposa 5915 letters and 1,517 pack
ages of papers.
Chas. Marshall will act for Mr. C.
W. Hart during the latters absence
from the kingdom.
Tun W. G. Hall sails for tho Vol
cano and way ports ut 10 o'clock to
Loni) Onslow, tho new Governor of
New Zealand, was a passenger on
the Mariposa from Sydney to Auck
land, Ladies who intend 'being present
at the Gleaners entertainment this
evening, are requested to leave their
very high hats at home
A vnnv neat relluloid memoran
dum tablet is being distributed by
Messrs. W. C. Peacock it Co. It is a
verv useful little article.
Hon. Henry Waterhouso presented
the Hawaii Club with nine woolen
baseball shirts this morning. The
boys appreciate this generous act.
Tin: lecture on Photography to
morrow evening by Prof. W. T. Brig
hani.at tho Y. M, C. A. hall,will bo a
rare treat. The admission is only
The Manufacturers' Shoe Com
pany received on the Umatilla a
huge new stock of boots and shoes
ot tho Edwin C. Burt nniko of New
Suhscuiptions for the proposed
parachute jump by Prof. Emil Mel
ville aic still coming in. Betsaie
now being made that the Professor
will land in the water.
The Row W. A. Swan, formerly of
Honolulu, writes to say that since
the departure of tho American base
ball players fiom the Colonies over
fifty clubs have been organized in
A member of the firm of Wright
Bios, has been engaged to give in
struction in blackbinithiug, etc., live
days in the week, for two hours each
day, to the Kamehnmeha School
boys. He commenced his first in
struction at the school at 5 o'clock
Master Nigel Jackson, eoii of the
ex-Admiral, having given up boot
blacking on account of its unprofit
ableness, will return to 'Frisco, ho
says, by the S. N. Castle, which ar
rived this morning, to take care of
the new baby gill. Gills boin in
winter time, the youngster says, are
sure to bo squally.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30.
Drill of Prince's Own, nt 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Entertainment at Y. M. C. A. by
Gleaners Society at 8.
Meeting Field and Line Ollicers,
Honolulu Rifles at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at the
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AUT I.
Overture French Comedy, . . .
Waltz Southern Breeze
Fantasia Foiiro in the Forest
Seli-ction Nabucco Vei dl
Aloha Oe, Alii Wela, alamal.uiia. (liy
Sclecllou Bells of CoincvUlo
Waltz - Dnrnthr Celller
Gavotte Old Gold Boggatclll
March Tho Milute ltoeder
A number of the through passen
gers on the Mariposa are staying
over until the Umatilla leaves.
Purser Smith of tho Mariposa has
our thanks for Colonial papers.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Flavin wcro
through pas3ener3 on the Mariposa.
Hon. Hubert Beaumont of Kng
land, arrived on the Mariposa, and
is registered at the Hawaiian Hotel.
He is travelling for his health, at
the same lime is a frequent corres
pondent to several leading papers
and magazines. Mr. Beaumont will
remain here a month,
Mr. Geo. A. Amsden, who has
been constantly employed tuning
and repairing pianos and other mu
sical instruments since his arrival
here u few mouths ago, must return
to San Francisco by the S. S. Uma
tilla, to take a lespousihlc position
being kept open for him in Sun
Francisco, though he bus suillcient
work here to keep him busy for sev
eral months louger.
SEASON OPENED WITH
The first game of baseball for the
Benson under the auspices of the
Hawaii Baseball League, played on
Saturday afternoon at tho Mal.iki
Recreation grounds was attended by
an immense number of people. The
game was a very equal one up to
the seventh innings when the Katu
laulB seemed to tire and their oppo
nents made sixteen runs in the last
three inning'). The Kamehameha
boys played very well indeed. They
were nltireil in cos nines of dark
blue and white, while the Kuiulanis
colors were brown and white. The
following score gives full paiticulnrs
of the game:
It. U 11. O. A. E.
Wle, 2b 7 1
Pakclc, lb G 4
Paluiii, c 7 1
Spencer, 1 f C 4
A. 1iwcl iuc, r.f.. ti it
M I.nel.iwe. e.f.. 7 8
Cooke, 3 ii (1 4
Davis p 7 3
.Makaiiiioku, s s ... G I
NAMES. T. 11. 11 It. O.
Widdllicld, 2b 12 0 0 4 2
McGiilre, e.f 4 0 0 I 0 0
II. Ciabbe, 3b .... 4 0 0 f 2 0
Uojd.r.t 1 0 1 0 1
Blight, c. p 3 10 5 a K
Glliilaud. l.f It 1 0 0 10
U Crabbe, lb :i 1 1 12 0 4
Hoick, p. c 3 0 0 1 7 0
Perry, b.s 4 2 1 1 2 2
Total 31 8 2 27 25 12
By Innings 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 S 3 "
IC.itnehaineha 20 1 42 2 7 0 a 27
Kaulanl . 1 1 2 0 0 10 08
Earned 'Ruiil -Kuinch.iuicha, 10.
Two B.tse Hits Davis
Tluec Bae lilts A. Lawelawe.
Home Itiiu A I.awu'awc.
Double PI v Knmch.iineha, 1.
Bases on Balls-By D.ivls4;iy Hoick,
HltbyPltc'iir-By Davis 2;by Hoick,
rusted alls-Pabau 2; Blight, 10.
wiiii rui'iies u.iw. 2; noicu, 4.
Time of G.inie Two bonis.
Umpire Geo. . oardinaii.
. corer- J. i v inter.
R. M. S. MARIPOSA.
The Royal Mail h learner Mari
posa, Capt. Ilayward, arrived Sun
day evening about 9 o'clock, eleven
das from Auckland, with a liuni
her of passengers for this oi t and
about one bundled mid fifty in tran
sit for San Francisco. The vessel
is none the worse for the lire which
was discovered in her hold when a
little over two hundred miles from
Auckland. There was no panic
among Uie passengers and thu fire
was put out live hom s after it was
discovered. One passenger gives
credit to Capt. Ilayward for the
splendid discipline maintained on
board during the fire. When the
steamer left Auckland the second
time a hand played her off. On
Apiil 4th an engrossed address was
presented to Capt. Ilayward. About
S5G5 were coll. cted and will be pre
sented to tho ollicers and crew. The
Mar.posa, after taking in domestic
produce, sailed for San Francisco at
'J o'clock this morning. The Ha
waiian band was on the wharf and
delighted the through passengers
with numerous selections of a popu
THE JORAH FAMILY.
Our readers will be interested to
know thai thu talented Joran family
are meeting witli great success in
Mexico. Gossip says that Miss
Pauline, the gifted violinist, has
many admirers in the city of Mex
ico, and that her engagement to one
of the wealthy sons of that city may
be beard of at any moment.
The steamer Richmond which ar
rived at Auckland April 2d, confirm
ed the news of tho disaster in the
shape of Hoods and gales, which in
undated Papeete, swept away a
village, trees and houses on March
lCth. Only twenty six lives were
lost. A disaster of such extent was
quite unprecedented there.
V. T. Uiinlap and S. Patterson
employed in the engine department
on tlie S. S. Umatilla, were arrested
Saturday evening coming from the
vessel, the foimer with thirteen half
pound tins of opium and the layer
with sixteen tins. They were taken
to the Station House, ami this morn
ing charged with smuggling opium.
Until were sentenced to pay a fine
of 8-iJ0 and he Imprisoned at hard
labor for twenty-four hours. An
other mini leaving thu ship at the
same time, seeing his companions in
trouble decided to return, and did
so in double quick time.
The Occidental Beet Suor Com
pany has been incorporated, with
Clans Spreekels, John I). Spreekels,
M. Khnmin and Louis Sloss ns a
lioaid of Directors. Owing to the
success of the Walsonville beet
sugar factory started by Spreekels
about two years ago, hu has deter
mined to establish a large number
of factories in different parts of the
State for the manufacture of beet
feugar, and it was fur this purpose
that tins new company was formed,
The capital stock ia 85,000.000
divided into 50,1)00 hhares, and of
this amount Clans Spreekels has
subsciibed for I5,0J0 shares and
John D. for 10,000 shaics. S. F.
There was only a fnir-sized audi
ence at the Opera House, Saturday
evening, when Mr. W, S. Maltby,
the champion cyclist, made hit first
appeal auce in Honolulu. Tho ex
hibition certainly warranted a full
Mr. Maltby, who is only twenty
two years of iigc, first appeared as
Mad. Emilus, and gave an excellent
performance of fancy riding.
Next in order was Prof. Melville,
who went through a series of acro
batic feats on two trapezes, and also
did some tumbling on the tage
Then for over half an hour Mr.
Maltby occupied the stage, which
by the way, was somewhat small for
a bicycle exhibition. However, he
astonished the audience by his
clever riding, lie can do anything
with a bicycle. Ilh movements are
of a most graceful nature. He lode
one wheel without any handle and
even went, round the stage on the
small wheel. The bicycle was also
balanced on two chairs. Mr. Maltby
gives another performance Tuesday.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
llErOltE lMtESTON J.
Monday, May 6lh.
In re estate of Paahao Pii (w),
late of Kancohc, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
doceased. Petition of W. E. Pii
(k), to have will admitted to pro
hate and that Robert Makahalupa
have letters testamentary issued to
him. Partly heard and continued
until Wednesday next, 8th inst., to
allow time to get evidence of F.
Pahia a subscribing witness.
JESSRS. DODD & MILLER
uJL luvu jmt reieived sv Uninii lu
anoilu-r lot of i at " I'UlLADHI.rill i
liAuEU KKr.K" in keg, which ilioy
arc offering iniliuir cii-.iiimer. 241 lw
PER "Umatilla" for California Fruit
Maiket. on ice, Uheirics, llr-l of
thofe.Hoii: F i izen Oywteis, Kres-h Sl.
mon, Ciiu itbittci At-o, Navel Orange-.
M'Xlmii Limes, Mi Pi' L muii", Jmsw
-eiiMin Oumiis, New .-leaxm P tutu
Grupis, Nleloiis Hiid Ornnges nun VVn.
iluu; prices reinumtbli.; Mulu il Tele
hone 37". 241 3
Lecture on Photography
Will Lecture on thu above Suhjict
Y. M. O. A. HALL,
For the Benefit of tho
Library and Heading Boom
Tuesday Evening, May 7th,
Commencing nt 8 o'clock.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
V account of the rccip'ion at the
.aikiki, on WEDNESDAY, Otli Inst,
he Can will run thmugh lo Waikiki
mine hh Sunday, leaving Lllllia street
$ r. m, Wnikiki 3.07 r u., and every
i. alt hour thu rem 'iii'lur of the day.
ON account of my I "tending to leave
Honolulu ou May lOihoti the Uma
tilla, I ic(juct all per ons having any
claims against mu to present them at
the ollleu of A. Jaeger.
J. N". KOIHN-OX.
Honolulu, April 30, IBS!). 2.!7 lw
rpiIE minimi meeting nf tho 1-t Divl.
JL sion of the Li Tuokalani Udtica.
loniil 8"ciutv will ho held at the resi
dence of II. It II. Princess Liliii'ikalnni
t Washineinn Plane, on WEDNES
DAY, nay 15 Ii, at 4 o'clock r M , lor
u'ecifnn ot i Ulcers for the enmingyeur.
Mill attendance is nn.U"-tcit.
3)41 PER OIJDEIt.
IS lioreby given ilia1 the par nershlp
heretiifoie est tliipr between hung
Tin Kwal and Qwonj; Ylek I.ung, under
the lli-ui nam of Qwong Ylek Lung Lo.
doing biihluess at Kuhuliil, Maul, has
hveu dissolved. The biisinceH will
heiiccfoith be carried on by Qivnug
Yick Lung, wlii wl I collect all tho
debts and pay all th - liabilities of tho
late til m 230 2w
HAVING been duly nppointul As.
Hlgue of thu cttate of W. It.
liuchaimii, IUnkmpt, I hereby notify
all perrons lmviuc cIaImh against snid
opiate lo pre.-ent xiunu to mu ut once
iluly pioven befoio Ihe Uouit biii! all
persons indebted to said ei-titlo will
innko Immediate nuymrnt to we at ttio
Ofllco of t'i" H inalt'iii Hu ineen Vnency.
LOUIS T VALE STINK,
A i. Iguen W. It ituciitnnn.
II mo ulu, II I , Muv 1 H8'. 210 HI
Searcher of Records
(join-rill lVrlier A Comiilltr,
i 'flic, m Klin; HtriK-i (Uniler'n Ki r )
'IMeplionu .No Ml Alwiraots of Titles
made, with ucouiiwy and dispatch.
,-MWWg. K flK
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
RUN ING RACE.
Free for nil.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
1J mile dash
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Uawalhui bred horses.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Ml'o
hens; Ijcst 0 in 3 to harness, liu.
waiian bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
RUNNING RACE. i mllo dash.
iViiu tor ml.
5th GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACK. H milo dath.
Ilatiiini IjiliI I.0I8C3.
Gth WAIMANAL0 CUP:
T HOTTING IIACE. Thrco minute
class, .title heme; bests in !1. Fot
all horse i that hao necr bcitoa i
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
oi 43 miiuilii-h
bred 2 jvir olds,
ami clos d lS".
10 entries lille.i
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Fie.
tor nil UiluJieiils liesl ii n. 5. All
hor.e- ii h reci'nl of 2: Out baici
to be handicapped.
91il R0SITA CHALLENGE UUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile d-ish.
Kice fur nil, wluiier lo beat 1 : 15J.
To bo rua lor annually.
lOlh H" APAM
RUNNING RACE. & mile heats;
bei 2 in ;t. Hawaiian brol hoisrn
Cup to In ci inc the pioperty of tin
winner two consecutive years. Win
ner last year, Waterford'Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
liLtils; beta in 3. Fur all horse?
not having a record of 2:-l0 or
belter To lie drien ly members
or ihe Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12lh WATERF0R0 CUP:
RUNNING RACE. i mile dash
11 twmmn breu lwraes.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY HAHE RUNNING. 1
mile da-h. ll quarter. 2nd quarter,
Urd quarter ami '1th quarter. Ha.
waiinn bred linrseH.
14th PUNY RACE:
RUNNING 1 milo dash. For all
ponitR 14 hands and under. Ha
j&Sy The programme ii subject to
Arrive at Honolulu:
MnripiiHii August 31
Austialia September 20
ZuaLuidiu .Septenihor 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 2G
Australia November 15
, .Juno 20
Australia July 5
Mariposa Inly 27
Australia August !i
Zealaiidia , Augubt 21
Australia. . . AngUHt .'10
Alameda '. . . . .hrpteililiri 21
Australia Svpuiolivr 27
Miuipiwa (ktobi r J I)
Australia Oepdier 25
Zealand ia November Hi
Australia November 22
Al.ur.edu December 11
Borders & Decorations,
A. Larso L.ot !
latoHt Stylos t
Jimt, ltooolvod. !
And for tale at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Onic SiBamsmp Goit.
" TEMPLE IF FASHM,";
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
Undressed 6-Button Kid Glovesl
(No. 1 QUALITY);
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
JC"On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificicnt stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Kverything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dres3 and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Uoys' Fine Custom-mado
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll JColeplione, GO -0 BaS
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Rear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, B.YE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH mid IJR.IKL TTJEIJSlECir,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also) STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, BeHt Brand in tlio Mnrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Caso. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,,.
In Fints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes, r y
In Pints and Quart.
Blttei'H. LI quern Absinthe,
Apolliimri Water, Kunuuels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zhifiuuloi, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Rienling', Hocks, Etc., Etc.
0- All of which will bo sold
HO LUSTER & COi,
100 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Ago.nU for P. Lorillard & Oo.'s Tobaccoo, A Y. S. Kimball A Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aeratoil Water Works
A. FAIR. .
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