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MONDAY, MAY 20, 1889.
Sclir Hob Ho- from Mnul
Schr Lnvlnla from Uwa
Stmr Lcluia from Hawaii
Stmr Mlkulmla from Kniiul
Schr Mary fiom Kauai
Brit bk i'akwan, Smith, 01 tlnys from
Newcastle, X S V, via Tahiti
Schr Kn Jlol for ftoliolalelo
Sehr Luka for ICohala
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Stmr LlUcllko for Maul at ft m
Schr Kaitkcuoull for Kohala
Pchr Kc Ai Hon for Kwa
Stinrlwnlniil for I.siliuiiu. and llnma-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr .1 A Uutnni'iis for Koolau at 9 a m
Schr Ilalcakala for l'epeckco
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr KUauca Hon for Hamakua
Stmr Kitiau for llllo mill way porta nt
.2 p in
Stmr Idialii for Wnlalua and Walanao
at !) a m
-.Fiuiti Maul per ptmr Llkulikc, Mav
18 Miss Allen, r IJolte, UrLunily, J A
Gfii a ve, J Jtlackle. Miss J Kinney,
Mis 1" LTurdner. .1 A Jioilauct, J K 11
bini, 1' Monat, and -10 deck.
From Kauai per stmr .lames Mnkec.
Ma 1WV11 lioogs, wife and child,
MI-h l.ovo, Mr Huntley ami li deck.
From Kauai and Xllhaii, i ur stmr
Mlkahala, May 1!) W D . chniidt, 11 l
J& Faye, Miss . I Smith, J K Farley, 1 P
Kanon and wife, Capt Aahlboin, 2 lib
ncso and ttll deck.
From Kauai, icr htnir Waialcale,May
18-W U Cumiuitiga.
- - GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrMikahala-29:iO v, sugar, 20 hd
cattle, 81 sheep, 2 III goatskins l)
horses and 22 bgs llsh.
Stmr Lehua 2500 bgs sugar.
Stmr Likcllke 13(i0 bgs Mig.ir, 3 lioises.
12G bgs corn. 135 hides and JC pjgs
The Hawaiian brig Geo H Douglas,
Capt Jacobsen, sailed at noon for an
Francisco with 7521 bass of Migar,
shipped by W G Irwin & t o., weighing
015,0 5 pounds and valued at $53,!)S0
The bk Lady Lumps-oil arrived SaUir
day, 1 8) days from ban Francisco, with
merchandise valuetl at 0,250, including
100 bbls Hour, 2.102 ells barley, 2.0 ctls
oats, 107 ctls wheat, 000 lbs laid, 7,3SC
sk3 bread, 1,802 lbs beans, 100 bbls lime,
400 bis bay, SOI sks bran, etc.
The British bk Pakwan, Captain W
Smith, anived Sunday, 00 days from
Newcastle N S W, via Tahiti. Hie en
countered a hurricane on April 21,when
about 900 miles off Tahiti, and put in
there for repairs, the brings 800 tons
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Organ recital at Kaumakapili
Church, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BV J. F. MORGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, at salesroom,
4 shares of the Hilo Telephone
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTES.
Sister Marianne has been ap
pointed superintendent of the Hoys'
Ilome at Kalawao, Molokai. Two
Sisters leave here to-morrow to
assist in the work. They will take
charge during the day and two men
will be there at nights. The Home
has now 101 boys. Sister Marianne
has also charge of the Bishop Home
which has 57 women and girls.
WATER PIPES AND FITTINGS.
Tenders were received at the In
terior ollloo this noon for furnishing
a supply of water pipes and 'fittings
for the water works of Honolulu,
Hilo, Wailuku and Koloa, from the
following: T. II. Davies & Co., Cas
tle & Cooke, Macfarlane & Co.,
Glasgow; II. Ilackfeld & Co.,Robt.
Catton, W. G. Irwin & Co., Ittsdon
Iron Works, E. O. Hall & Hon, and
J. Nj S. Williams. T.lic tenders
wore on three different classes of
pipe. No decision has yet been
Next week there will bo a distri
bution of trees from the Govern
ment Nurserj'. As long as the sup
ply lasts, orders for them will be
issued to tho public, between the
hours of 10 and 12 u. in. and 2 and
4 p. in., on Wednesday the 29th
iust., at the olllcc of Hon. A.
Jaeger, The plant ready to set out
Some seeds of useful trees are
al60 for distribution, They aro
fresh, grown and gathered liere- in
Honolulu, including Log-wood, Sap-pan-wood,
and Cassia Florida.
Parties on the other islands are
requested to send their orders to an
agent or friend of theirs in Hono
lulu, and not direct to Mr. Jaeger,
because he has enough to do in thta
natter without uUcudiug to curling
And shipping, t
LOCAL & GEMERAL NEWS.
Two Dfinnrioi havo been lott.
at Emma Squaro to-
Empty tin lined
cases aro offered
Mn. Justice Dole presides at Cham
bers this week.
A ciunok is offered
to obtain board.
Tin: toboggan at Long Branch,
Waikiki.was an attraction yesterday.
Tiia Kinnu miilB at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon for the volcunoand
- ,-. . '
A white hack driver was arrested
this morning, on a charge of furious
and heedless driving.
A NUMiir.K of ladica, under escort
of Mr. A. F. Cooke, made an inspec
tion of the saloons Saturday night.
A connESPONDKNT wants to know
why tho electric light pole near St.
Louts Collego has novcr been used.
Head in another column the Hot of
now goods received by Mr. J. T.
Watcrhotiso by the bark Itoyal Alice.
A aoi.n earring was found on Ro
bollo Lane yesterday. Owner cun
have the Baine by applying at this
Rev. W. D. Westcrvelt preached
at Kuumakupili church Sunday ovon
ing, Hon. Henry Watorhoubo inlor
preting. The cicws of H. B. M. ships Cor
morunt and Espiegle attended service
nt St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sunday
Remember, the organ recital this
ovening at 7 :30 o'clock sharp, at
Ivuumakapili church. Admission in
only twenty-five cents.
Mn. L. A. Thurston, Minister of
Interior, climbed up to the toboggan
I l.itfotin nt Wuikiki ycsteiduy, to get
a mouthful of fich air.
Ills Majesty tho King will give u
farewell ball to thu Captain and OHi
cei's of II. B. M. S. Cormorant at the
Puluco to-nunrow evening.
The captain of ono of tho island
steamers ws arrested this morning
on a charge of assault and battery.
The case comes up to-morrow.
A dead cat has been lying near the
tramway track opposite Kawaiahao
church for some days-, offending the
noses of .all who passed Hint way.
The Revs. George Wallace and H.
II. Gowen lmvo gone down to Pearl
Haibor shark fishing. Hope the
shaiks wont gobble up the parsons.
Keep in mind the auction sale of
furniture at the residence of J. W.
Liming, Lililia street, on Thursday.
There are many rare and beautiful
articles to be sold.
As the Cormorant sails Wednesday
morning children having old toys to
spare should leave them at this office
before 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Hurry up children.
Tin: electric light pole in front of
the Reformatory School, Palama, is a
fine looking stick in daylight, but at
night it looks like a black mark
against the electric light system.
, 1 m i
An instantaneous photograph of
three persons on the toboggan at
Long Branch, taken just us the party
strike the water, shows only a pair of
raised hands and a. shower of spray.
A NUMni:u of Chincso merchants
in Honolulu arc raising a subscrip
tion to send to China for the benefit
of their fellow-countrymen, who are
suffering from tho famino in that
A iiepout is in circulation that the
Kaiulunis aro going to disband. Wo
aro requested to state by one of the
team that such is not tho case. Tin
club joined the league and proposes
to stick to it.
Two young ladies, who sacrile
giously spent the entire day yester
day, trying to trap a little monkey,
caught it in the affornoon, but it got
away 'again just tho same. Moral:
when you catch a monkey don't
monkey with it.
On Wednesday tho 22nd, Mr. L. J.
Levey will hold an important sale of
a piece- of land kituato on Lililia
street and containing ,48-100 acre.
Full particulars can bo obtained of
The Bluo Ribbon League enter
tainment on Saturday evening at the
Y. M. C, A, hall was fairly well at
tended. Tho programmo gave much
pleasure to those who wore present.
An interesting address was delivered
by the Rev. W. D. Westcrvelt.
Mn. M. Goldberg has just opened
out a new stock of "excellent fctyles"
straw hats, in all tizea. These hats
tako tho cake, and gentlemen will
say so when they see them. Tho
latest styles of neckwear have also
been received, and embrace kome
ycry neat patterns.
Mr. Samuel Paaniani, for a long
time past head Ulna of tjie prison
gang, djed on Sunday after a brief
illness. Ho was a member of tho
Legislature of 1882, Engine Co. No.
4, and at ono time a trustee of Kau
makapili Church. He was buried
from tho latter church this afternoon,
tho remains being followed to their
last .resting-placo.by membors of the
'What kind of n Unni. U n dlmrn.
rock?" "A Gladstone." Puok.
DAtts vfotLmfatt iifrKoLUlA hm 1
A POOR GAME.
JtATTAIM EASILT BEAT TED KAXU
LANI8. The game of baseball on Saturday
between the Hawaiis and Kalulanis
was an uninteresting ono. There
was n lnrgo' attendance of spectators
who saw the Hawaiis give their op
ponents a regular afternoon of
leather hunting. Meek pitched well
for the Hawaiis. The game next
Saturday will be between the Kamc
hamehad and Stars, Following Is
the score of Saturday's game :
NAMES. T. It. II II. O. A.E.
G.ltosn, r f 7 5
Luahlwa, 3b 8 !
Markham, 2b 7 3
Dan, c 8 4
Morris, c. f 7 4
n.-ha. If 7 1
Mee, p 7 3
Kam, ks. .. . 7 5
Lane, lb 7 4
Total Oi 33 ii! :7 30.9
t. ii. it it o. a. i:.
h Wlddllleld. 2b 1112
MeGulre, r.f 5 112
K.Miarrntt, lb ... 5 0. I U
Ilolek. c. e. f 5 o 0 1
Sheldon, e f. c... 5 0 I 3
Blight, 3b 12 0 0
Gilllland. l.f oil 1
C. Crabbe, ss 5 112
Jobc, p 5 111
Total 13 7 7 2(5 18 17
Meek hit by batted ball.
.12 3 I 5 II 7 8 9
7185 2734 2 1 33
.14 1000100- 7
EainedRuns Mawails 7, IvalulaulsO.
Two B.ise lilts Luahlwa 2.
Three-base lilts MiirMiuin 1.
Bases on Balls By Meek 2; by .Tdbe
Hit by Pltcher-By MeekO; by Jobe
"'Passed Ualls Han 3. Hoick 0, Shel
Wild Pitches 'obe 3.
Time of Game Two bonis and 20
Umpire Geo. F. Boardman.
In addition to those mentioned as
taking part in the organ recital this
Monday evening at Kaumakapih
Church Mr. E. J. G. Biyant, a gen
tleman from St. Louis, at present
staying here has kindly consented to
sing a tenoi solo from the Messiah.
Miss Marie von Holt will play the
organ accompaniment to Mrs.
Glade's and Mr. Isenberg's solos.
The admission will only be twentj'
live cents. Following is the pro
Processional March S. Clark
Evening Prayer Smart
Kaumakapili I hurch Choir
Solo Comfort yu mv people.. . .Handel
Mr. E.J. G. Br, ant.
Concert Fantasia in D Stewart
Solo Come unto me Lindsay
rs. F. W. Glade.
Pustorale in G Wliitney
Andante in F Wuly
Solo : lieethoven
Mr. Paul Isenberg, Jr.
Flulc Concerto Rervon
Kaumakapili Church Choir.
FUNERAL OF JULES TAVERNIER.
The funeral of the late Jules Ta
vernier took place Saturday after
noon at -1 o'clock, from No. 44 Hotel
street. Mrs. Paul Neumann and
other ladies placed some beautiful
flowers on the colfln. The services
at the house and grave were con
ducted by the Rev. Alexander Mac
kintosh of St. Andiew's Cathedral.
The pall-bearers were Messrs. J. I).
Strong, W. H. Wright, W. U. Pea
cock and Felix Olli-rt. The remains
were interred in the Nuuanu Ceme
tery. It is reported that the de
ceased leaves an aged father anil
mother and eight luoiheis and sis
B. hi. S. ESPIEGLE.
M. S. Espiegle, Captain
Arthur C. Clarke, arrived Satin day
afternoon, nineteen days from Es
quimault. Soon after she had an
chored in the naval row a salute
was fired which was responded
to by the battery at Kuka
ako. The Espiegle comes to re
liwc the Cormoiaut, which vessel
sails on Wednesday morning to visit
a number of uninhabited islands in
the Pacific, and then proceeds to
The Espiegle is a screw sloop of
10 guns, 1,130 tons burden, and has
engines of 1,130 horse power. Her
length is 170 feet, beam 30 feet,
and draught 1G feet 4 Inches, Her
full speed under steam is 12 knois.
She has electric apparatus, improved
machine guns and other modern
arrangements. She was commis
sioned at Devonport, on August 23,
1887, and has M.r men all told.
Tho Espiegle was at this port last
August, remaining here for eleven
days. Following is i list of her
Commander, Arthur C. Clarke.
Lieutenant (N.), Chas. E. Prit
churd. lieutenant, Herbert W, Mere
dith. Lieutenant, Cecil P. Lambert.
Stuff Surgeon, David H. Hookey.
Paymaster, Robt. A. Moore.
Engineer, Alfred D. Wulson.
Gunner, John II. Weeks.
Boatswain, John Allen.
Carpenter, Win. E. Stoneman.
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PAPER t" biib-d-li.e
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JU-JU ,! WlW
. THE RIFLES' OAMR,
HOTT THE BQTfl EXJOTXD. THEMSEWTa
COKDIAL BEOEPTIOX OP TUB
nOLLETlX CAMP BROKE
There was not a very large number
of visitors to tho camp on Saturday.
A Hui.uniN representative went out
there In the afternoon, riding be
hind a find team of horses driven by
Mr. Paul Isenberg, Jr. The road
all the way is an excellent one, in
foot, in much better condition than
some of the streets in the city. Paul
had a good deal to say about his
ranch on which tho encampment was
hehl. lie only lately purchased it,
and contemplates many improve
ments. No better place could have been
selected for the encampment. The
scenery at that point is exceedingly
interesting, what with the grove of
cucoanuts, tho bay and Coco Head
in the distance. The ride out,
which occupied a little over half an
hour, was very enjoyable.
Arriving at the grounds tho bat
talion was found at drill under com
mand of Major llebbnrd. The dif
ferent movements, considering that
many of them were new, were well
executed by the men. Before leav
ing the parade ground the battalion
was reviewed by His Ex. Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
After the drill the boys were
pleasantly surprised on learning that
the Bulletin representative had
brought out ISO copies of Saturday
afternoon's issue, and within a very
short space of timo they were all
gone. This issue, amongst other
things, contained the words of the
hymns sung at the bcrvice on Sun
day. Most of the boys were pretty
well biuiburnt, but they all said they
had had a good time. There was
one thing, though, it looked as if a
little more sleep would not have
done some of them any harm. The
tents were arranged in military or
der and presented a somewhat im
posing appearance. Next the beach
were ranged the officers' tents,
opening on the other side or toward
the rank and file's camp. Looking
from the sea a large reception lent
stood on the right, in line with
winch were the tents of Major Ileb
bard, Sergeant-Major Harrington,
and Quaitcr-master W. W. Hall.
Between this line and the com
panion tents was a lino of eight
tents in two sections for Capts.
Langley of Co. C, Zeigler of Co.
A, Fisher of Co. 11, and McCarthy
of Co. D, and their lieutenants,
Camara and Ferrcira of C, Asche
and Tregloan of A, Robertson of B,
and Wicke and Wiclimann of D.
Behind the second row, running at
right angles to it, stood the com
panies' encampment in four lines of
live tents each and accommodating
six men in a tent. The street be
tween C and A was named C street ;
that between B and D, D street ;
while that between those pairs was
called Central Union street, after
the name placed over a tent in line
Prince Ivawananakoa and Mr. Jas.
W. Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain,
were at the camp during the after
noon. Mrs. Hebbard, Mrs. Aslilej'
and Miss Lulu Fanning were there
taking photos with a small camera.
Mr. Theo. Sevcrin had his large new
camera on the grounds and has no
doubt got a fine series of views.
At half-past five, when tattoo was
4 sounded for dinner, it was rare fun
to see the boys fall in line and make
for the tables in double quick time.
And then when grace (?) was said,
lliey pitched into the rations as if
they hadn't had anything to eat for
a month. It was worth a dollar to
see the boys "feed." Messrs. J.
E. Brown & Co. catered for the
camp in the most satisfactory man
ner. At sunset the gun was fired
and the colors lowered while the
band played Hawaii Ponoi. During
spare moments the boys pla3'ed base
ball and were up to all kinds of
tricks. With one or two exceptions
the general behavior of the men was
good. Saturday evening the band
gave a promenade concert.
On Sunday morning at 10:30 the
Rev. Alex. Mackintsh held divine
service at tho camp. Quite a largo
number of visitors were present
from the city. The service was a
very impressive ono and the music
to the hymns was played by the
band. The battalion was drilled m
At 1 : 15 o'clock this morning the
battalion started for Honolulu,
reaching tho Armory bended by tho
band at 3 :30 o'o'ock.
Mr. Paul Isonberg, Jr., was a
prominent figure at the camp. He
presented a fine bullock to tho but-,
tulion, which was killed on Satur
A bootblack did a thriving busi
ness. It was named Uamp Austin.
Capt. Langley made a trunk serve
for an ice ohest. When the lid
went up the sight of good things
was very appetizing,
JHU of Jire liunch: Crackers
and cheese. Dinner: Fried ham,
bread and butter. Coffeo and tea
taken at 7:!i0 p. in. in the open air
in a pretty heavy rain.
Tho boys begun to fail to see
wherein is thu poetry of a soldier's
Same detail who worked all day
pulling up the tents and generally
fitting up the cump did guard duty
from 8 p. m. Friday until 0 :U0 a.
in. Saturday, May 18 j although at
i a. in. thu lultor day, they cuino
i near rebelling againyt further duly.
&A iao, isai
' TJifljf did thU remarkably long lerm
pf duty upon terms that they ehduld
do no mora guard duty during tho
encampment and little eU in fact
they were to do.
At taps, 9:15 p. m., although the
lights were ixtingulshcd, the boys
evident'y were not, as prisoners now
began to arrive at the guard house:
one would have thought their birth
days had all fallen upon one day
and they were going to paint the
camp carmine. However, dawn
brought a change.
At Central Union tent, although
occupied by what are usually Tory
sedate members of Co. 11, the order
of business there seemed to be high
carnival. There were six occupants
lying at nights like sardines in a
box. One of them became the John
Sullivan of the camp.
The boys hope for a week next
KAMEHAMEHA RIFLE ASSOCIA
TION. OKGANI7.ED ON SATUniJAT, MAT 18TH
HIS MAJESTV AN HONOKAltY MEJI-
A meeting was held at the office
of Mr. R. W. Wilcox, engineer, on
Saturday last, at noon, to consider
tho matter of organizing a new rifle
association. Mr. Wilcox presided,
and Capt. W. S. Wond, of tho Le
leiohoku Guaids, acted as secretary.
It was decided to form such a body
under the name of the Kainchatncha
Rifle Association, and the following
olllccrs were elected:
Mr. R. W. Wilcox President
Major Sam Nowlein.. Vice-President
Mr. J. M. Kancakua Secretary
Mr. S. K. Kane Treasurer
His Majesty the King was elected
an honorar' member. Princes Iva
wananakoa and Kcliianaolc sre on
the regular roll, that numbers alto-
getuer tinrty rnemoers, with pios
peels of a large increase.
II. II. M. S. Cormorant, after a
slay in this port since October 1888,
leaves on Wednesday morning at 9
o'clock. She will visit the islands
of Washington, Palmyra, Fanning,
Easter, Pitcairn, Rarotonga, Tahiti,
and others in the Pacific, and then
proceed lo Coquimbo to await
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of tin; German Ucncvo.
lent Society held at the olllcc of
Hon 11. A Widcmanu, on Ma 17. 18H0,
it was unanimously vnlcd lo accept the
charter gtnutcd the Society and the fol
lowing' niliccrs were duly elected:
Hou. II. A. Widcmanu. ...President,
iMr. J. K. Ilackfeld.. Vice-President,
Mr. F. Klamp Treasurer,
Mr. J. F. Kckardt Secretary,
Mr. II. J. Nolle Auditor.
J. F. KCKARDT,
Secretary, O.li S.
Honolulu, May 18, 1889. 253 3t
GRAPES FOR SALE.
TR. T. CRISTLEY, Fort Ptrcet, just
ITJL below ;chiui ttreet, has for sale
n quaulity of Hue Grapes on the vine.
People wishing to purcliaM) may call at
die above pluc3 any day after f o'clock
i. h., and select any quumhy at tho rate
of 5 lbs. fir $1. 241 2w
FIRVT CLASS Uo-morama, com.
pleie, with 10 larce lentci. 2 b!c-
reo'enpe and about 120 Urge and 100
-mailer pictures All in (lrst-clnss order.
Hie picluies include some beautiful
illuminated photo 18 in by 11 in. and
12 lit. by 12 in.
Apply ut this olllcc.
BOATS FOR SALE.
-ji J17B have on hand one 22.
jjffiyt VY foot Whalelioat, with
WvSm? ,ron ccnter.boaid, mast, nail,
-Sisi&Si oars, etc.. eompMe; miiia' lo
for fl-liing. Also, ono 75.1b Clinker
I'leasuic kin", copper f..atcncd, with
oirsund rowlocks j will bo sold cheup
for cash, both now. xppiyat
DOWER & SwN'.S,
J.r)0 ltn Shop near Hie PiMi Maikst.
FILTER PRESSES I
Paauiiau Plantation', )
Hawaii. March 0, 18P8. J
ItlNilnu Iron & I.ncomotlvu 'Worlcn,
Oektmjmi'.N: Wo have ucd two of
jour 3 j-chamburcd Filter Presses litis
ccssi ii. They are convenient, easily
handled and are norklng entirely to
our ttxtUfaciimi. I cau recommend no
improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Pnaulmu Plantation.
Thcso Presse arc made extra heavy
for hleh prestu-es, occupies a floor
space 11 feel by -1 feet, and proems a
tillering turi'uco of 240 squaro foot.
A limited number in hi ck in Hono.
lulu and aro sold at very low pr.ecs.
Eladon Iron & Loco. Works.
C3yPor pnrllcii'iir i-nnuiru of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No, a Bprtclcelo' liloclc.
2250 tf W. Q.Irwin & Co.. Agents.
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
CTfOriinci fororlcrs to ho flllwl for
lint oilier Ulnmh, will lio pictied rigJt
from tUu vims. 24j lia
CORNER HOTEL &
GREAT BARGAINS !
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.A.T 1.50 .A. 3PA.I3a.
Undressed 6-Buiton Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
JkJJ? $1.50 -A. JP.A.I3R.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
BOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire now aad
magnilicient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the husiness wiH be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Drcs3 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 Roys' Fine Custom-mado
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, ValiscB, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
JBoll rAN;lojIioiie, CO a EST
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Caie;
SCOTCH ana IRIS EL 'WHISICY;
In Glass and Stone Jara;
Vory Fine fc Very Cheap Qualitios, as are wantod ;
CBRISj in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, 8TONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Bct Brand in tlio Marlcet;
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 Tints and Quarto. ,
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apoilhmri Water, Kuramels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfnndcl; Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hooks, Etc., Et,
All of which will be sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1UO FOUT 8TKKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for 1 Lorillard & Cob Tobaccos, & W. 8. Kimball & Co.'i
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Btroet,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutim.! OTolepliono, 371
Salo a Full Assortmont of-
AT LOWEST RATE8 by
4 DEALKKS IK-
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