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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1880.
Sehr tfawatlanl from Koolmt
Stmr Kll.iuea Hou from Ttamnkim
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and .Haul
Stmr Walalcale from Kauai
Sehr Maryjiom Kitual
Stmr Kuala for Walalua ami Walunae
at 0 a in
Stmr Iwiilanl for I.ahalua aud Ilatna-
kua ut 10 a m
Fehr Kc An Ho i for Hawaii
Stmr Kllauca Hon for lliimiikua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Wulalcalu for Kllauca and Haualel
at 3 n in
For Kauai, per stmr MiUaha'a, Hay
28 Cupf L Ahlborii, Jhs.l Kane, Hon
r 1 Knnou, CL Hiito. ami 40 deok.
I'or iMnui, per stmr Likedke, May 2S
Hon J S Walker. Major W n Corn--vell,
C N Spencer, V 11 Cummlns, D
II lllteheock, Sr, Air Tueedie anil 30
From Hawaii and Maul, per Etcamcr
Klnau, May 29 lion A F .Indd. wife, i
children ami scivatn, His Kx U W Ash
fjrd, Col V V Ashfoid, Hon Antono
Kosa, U Civlgliton, Paul Neumann, lion
O Xotley, Hon D L Naonc, Km Clia,
J ,i Vivas, Geo 11 Williams, 1 h Har
rington, Mibs Ahuona, W L llolokulilkl,
TJJ Cooke, Low I Drew. J S Smlthie-,
C Aklka, Li tilling, L rexeiMiieo. J a
Cauailo, C Afoug and 3 daughter, L
Akainii, wife miuI4 cliiUh en, 11 btiew-
bcu , wife anil child. M U Monsairat,
wife, 2 clillilrcii and maid, Mis () Y
Aiona aud child, Dan Potter, hoki aud
2 childicn, Miss Lilian Holmes, Mis D
Koki, U B Wells, A T Atkinson and ser
vant. J O l alter, T K ttalki-r, lining
Hook Wo, A S liartucll, WmTlininp&oii
jind wife, F Uuiehaiilt. F MacKeuzic, 'J'
GTlnum, Mrs W U Wilder, Mis a J
Knowlcs, S W Kokuewa, Kev C M
Kaiiiakuolwi, llcv W King and w ife, and
The steamer Kinau bn light this
morning; 12,67(1 bag" sugar, 121 bheep,
11 bags seed cane, y0 bags pine apple.
81 bags corn, U.I pkgs hides, 10 hogs, 0
t lgs ginger, 30 b igs potatoes, 123 pkgs
LANGLEY In Honolulu. May 28tli.
to the wile of (Jupt. Eduaid Lang
ley, a son.
PARKE In Honolulu. May 29th, the
Honorable William O. Paike, for
thirty-lour yeais Martial of the
Hawaiian Kingdom, aged CO years
S months and 8 days.
BfiyFuneral will lake place Fiiday,
Way 31st, at 3 p. m., liotu the Central
To-morrow will bo observed as
Memorial day by Geo. W. Ue Long
Post No. 45, G. A. B. Tho com
rades will meet at 2:30 p. m. at
headquarters, on King street, and
march in procession to Nuuanu
street, starting at 3 o'clock. The
line of march is along King to Fort
street, up Fort to Ileretania street,
along Beretania to Nuuanu street,
thence direct through Nuuanu Ave
nue to the Cemetery. The Buy.il
Hawaiian band, 1st Battalion Ha
waiian Volunteers and ofllcers of the
2d Battalion will escort the G.
A. B. to the Cemetery.
At tho Cemeterj' services will be
held in memory of deceased com
rades lesting there, and their graves
decorated with flowers. Following
is the order of the service at the
Beading of Orders Adjutant
"Comrades, our duty of to-day, etc."
"To-day is tho festival," etc P. C.
Decoration of Graves O. D.
"Comrades, by this Service," eto . . . .
Address F. Tin i 111
Boll Call of the Dead Adjutant
Salute the Dead Post and Troops
Hymn, "My Country 'tis of Thee,'..
Baud and Choir
Benediction i haplaln
SLABS FROM A HEIAU.
The Kinau brought tiiis morning
two slabs fiom a heathen temple or
keiau at Kapoho, Puna, Hawaii.
They are to be placed in the Bishop
Museum now in courte of erection
at the Karaeliuineha school grounds.
Some of the stones in this same tem
ple had. a mark of a crofas on them,
supposed to have been made by the
Spaniards when voyaging to these
islands years and years ago.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
ni:roiti: doli:. j.
Wr.DNr.siiAY, May 29.
In the matter of guardianship of
J. W. Yarndley. Present, Hon.
Henry Watcrhotise, one of the peti
' tioucrs, and the respondent. Con
tinued for two weeks.
Wednesday, May 29th.
The case of Patiick Hayes, maim
ing, was further continued to Fii
tfay. A nolle pros, was entered against
Joseph Kana, charged with assault
unci battery on Malia (w).
"Lucky?" said Mr. Olesport,
speaking of a friend. "Lucky?
Why that map pouldn't fall jilto
tho soup without (hiding n silver
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
To-MORnow is Decoration day.
boy wants a sittia-
Tin: Kinau brought
12,676 bags of sugar.
no Ices than
Mn. L. J. Levey will soil on Friday
at 1 p. in.) 30 barrels of tninorul oil.
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A notice to the ftrsl battalion Ha
waiian Volunteers appears elsewhere.
A term of tho Appeal Court will
be held to-morrow. The calendar iB
a largo one.
Notices to tho members of Excel
sior und Harmony Lodges appear
H. B. II. Princess Liliuokalani
ami Hon. J. O. Domini leave for
llilo on the Kinau Friday.
Wm. Crews, who waa sentenced (o
ten days' imprisonment for diunk
enness, has appealed his case.
. - ...-.
Bemcmuek tlio art exhibition nt
tho stoio of Messrs. G. W. Maefar
lano &. Co,, to-morrow morning.
The Government and other flags
arc flying at half mast out of respect
to tho memory of lien. V. C. Paike.
Tuniti: was n big bush
lolo valley last evening,
and 8 o'clock, it was
fne in Pa-
Tnu regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. W. C. T. U. will be held Thurs
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the
parlors of the Y. M. C. A.
Wo Sau, who was peulcnccd to
death at recent term of Circuit Court
of llilo, was brought down on the
Kinau this morning, and is now
lodged in Oahu J.-til.
His Honor tho Chief Jnstico and
Mrs. Juild, His Ex, tho Attoiney
Genetal and a number of iiieinbi'is
of the bar, returned fiom llilo in tl o
Kinau this morning.
Thk roller at the Kaiwil.ihilahi
Sugar Mill, the upper null In longing
to the Laupahoebiie Sugar Compuny,
bioke down l.irt Thiir-day. It will
lie biouylit to Honolulu fur rcp.iur.
Tin: Pastime Novelty Co., tho Nu
Laui Ehiku Club and thu Hawaiian
band will appear at the performance
Saturday evening, at the Opera
House. The box plan for the sale of
beats opens at the office of Lewis J.
Levey, at 9 o'clock Friday morning.
Tun lecture on James Haniiinglon,
the martyied bihhop of Central
Africa, by Bev. II, II. Gowen last
evening, at thu St. Andrew's Sunday
school loom, drew out quite a uood
audience. The reverend gentleman
spoke of the Bishop's early life, of his
tiavels in Africa and hii minder by
order of tho King of Oganda. The
lecture was exceedingly interesting.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Lodge No. 1, K. of P,
Mystic Lodge No,
2, K. of P,
Service at St. Andrew's
dral, at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Bifles, at
Behearsal IIonoluhiArion Society,
Servico at Central Union Church,
at 7 :30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY I,. J. LEVCY.
At 10 a. m., at the office of J.
W. Luning, Merchant street, the
whole of his ollice furniture consist
ing of safe, writing table, secretary,
pigeon holes, chairs, lamps, ink
BY J. P. 3IOHOAN.
At noon, in rear of T. H. Davics
fc Co.'s storehouses on the Esplan
ade, 26,000 hard piessed bricks.
S. S. KINAU.
The steamship Kinau, Capt. Lor
enzen, oriived from windward soon
after seven o'clock this morning
with nearly seventy cabin and a
large number of steerage passen
gers. Purhcr HecHey reports fine
weather all along the route; the
Amelia left llilo Tuesday for San
Francisco with 700 tons of sugar;
no vessels at Mahukona.
DEATH OF LILIA HUNT.
Miss Lilia Hunt, a couin of Mrs.
C. F. Hush and a ward of Mr.
Henry F. Poor, died at the Kawaia
Jiao Female Seminary Monday. She
was buried at ( o'clock Tuesday,
afternoon from the residence of Mr.
Poor, Emma street, the funeral be
ing attended by tho teachers nnd
pupils of the K.iwniahao Seminary.
The remains were interred in the
Nuuanu Cemetery. The deceased
was only fourteen years of age and
gave much promise for tho future.
There was a largo attendance at
Mr. Morgan's auction rooms this
morninir Hjen he sold several eases
of stuffed birds, ourios. etc. The
King was present. Tho eighty eases
of bluffed birds were sold at il)e fol
lowing figures ; ?85, Sl!0, 800, 850,
810, 837.50, 835, and 825. Mr. J.
T. Waterhouso bought 3, T. B. Fos
ter aud C. M. Cooke 2 each, and
Fiauk Spencer 1. Tho two moho
pr wingless birds were sod to F.
Tun ill for 8180 each. Tho curios
lriiugliC"83U, & pastel by Tavemier
$30, and twp volcano pictures 80
and &fi. Tho sale reulized ueaily
JDAiiA' htflLttTXN HONOLULU, kM L,
From tho llilo liecord, May 21.J
During tho past week rain lias
fallen plentifully, nnd the streams
and springs are nil running full for
tho first time in six mouths. Tho
summer trades have evidently set in
for good, and wo can expect our
usual summer weather from this
The homestead lots, recently sur
veyed by Mr. Locbeiislein, aio for
stile, and we hear that they are be
ing rnpltlly taken up. Mr. Locbeii
slein is notv at woik on the small
lauil at Kah'uku, beyond Hbuohiua,
cutting that up into homesteads.
These will, probably; all be immedi
ately taken up, as it is really tail fine
laud, lying mostly below Iho bush,
and available for cane planting.
We understand that Mr. Lchmaji,
of the Hakalau Plantation, is help
ing those Poituguoso who wish to
settle there in obtaining their lots,
anil is offciing them a fair thing if
they will only plant cane on their
lands. This is a wNe measure, as
he not only gets thu cauu planted,
but also has light on hand a first
class of laborers, on whom ho can
call at any time any "pilikia" may
arhe. We are glad, to see that all
available Government lands are
thus being cut up into homesteads,
and aie being taken up.
The Church Social was held at the
residence of Mrs. Judge Austin on
Tuesday evening last. A larger
number were in attendance than
might have been expected in the
rainy and sloppy weather. It was a
plia-,ant social reunion of the llilo
The ti net ion engine for the Vol
cano mad woik was landed from
the steamer Leliua last week, and
will soon be at work crushing down
the newly made io idway. e hear
that all the prisoners that can be
spared from other load woik are
being put onto the Volcano road,
being tnki-n out ami back lrom
woik in a cait. This will help on
the woik very materially, and it
ought to have been done some time
A party from Wai'uku, Maui,
who has seeral line bilhaid tables,
has engaged the skating rink, and
expects to open a billiard hall there
on return of tlio Kinau.
We hear a minor of a good deal
of land grabbing going on at this
time, between Ilonornu and Ono
mea. We have not been able to
pierce the fog that sin rounds the
matter, but are led to believe that
some will not get off scott free m
the grab, but are going to get left.
It is not that "pile of rocks" this
time, that made some one so bilious
not long ago.
On Monday, the case of the King
vs. Yagi and Yagachi (.Taps), charg
ed with a murderous assault on a
Chinaman at Koliala, came on for
trial anil a unanimous verdict of
guilty was rendered in the case.
The Attorney eueral and Mr.
Creighton for the Crown ; Mr. Kat
sura tor the defense. On Tuesday
one of the to be cause celebres of
our Hawaiian Courts was culled,
viz , that of the King s. Wo Sail,
for the murder of Quon Yip at
Ilonomu, llilo, last Jul', and in
dicted as accessnries with him
Lam Gee, alias Aki, and Ten Yick.
Alter exhausting the wIitIc panel
ot jurois summoned, about 50 per
sons weie further summoned to at
tem1 for the purpose of jurors. The
examination of the persons called
disclosed that to he true, which the
attorneys for the defendants claim
ed on the opening of the case, that
the feeling among the residents of
the District was such that (hey be
lieved that a change of venue ought
to be had in the case. More than
80 persons were examined, wo be
lieve, before an unbiased jury was
obtained. The jury was not sworn
in before Wednesday noon. The
Attorney-General assisted by Mr.
Cieighton was for the prosecution j
Messrs. Neumann, V. V. Ashford,
Hitchcock and Miss Hitchcock for
the prisoners. The jury have been
quaitercd in the Old Coney premi
ses, when out ol Court. On Fiiday
the Ciown abandoned the case, as
far as Lam Gee was concerned. At
the time of our going to press the
oa-e was still on, tho witnesses for
the defense being examined.
On Sunday tho Sheriff with a
larue posse went to where witnesses
testiiled to having buried tho bag of
bones, and found the same.
The King vs. Apoi and Apnna,
charged with keeping a gaming
house, was heard on a deiuurier.
Demurrer sustained aud parties dis
charged, this being the second time
they had been put on trial for that
one offense. Attorney-General for
the Crown, Neumann and Hitch
cock fc Hitchcock for tho defense.
The King vs. Aloi, attempt at
6uboination of peijury, continued
to the November term, Neumann
and Hitchcock & Hitchcock for the
The King vs. J. Meiliros, man
slaughter. Charge withdrawn, and
one of assault and battery substi
tuted, and defendant pleaded guilty,
and was lined 875 and costs. Attorney-General
for the Crown ; A.
Bosa for prisoner.
Tho King s. Ah Joek, selling
liquor without a license. Continued,
to November term, Neumann and
Hitchcock, & Hitchcock for defend
ant. Tho King vs., All Loi, same of
feiiso, contiuued to thu November
term. TTeutnana nnd Hltoliocok A
Uitchcovr for dfne.
The King vs, Lau Lim, on two
charges, one of opium in possession!
and the other of gaming, were dis
continued, as tho defendant had
paid tho Ones and costs in both
The King vs. Joaquim, charged
with heedless riding, pica of guilty
cuteted and fine paid.
The King vs. A. G. Bomnine,
selling liquor without a license.
Appeal withdrawn nnd lino paid.
A. Bosa for defense.
A large number of cases are still
to be heard, and it is probable thut
many ol them will have to be con
tinued to the November term.
(From the Uih Jiecord, Muy 28.)
On Wednesday last week the ex
amination of tho witnesses in the
Wo Sail murder case was finished
about 8 p. m. The arguments of
counsel and the charge of the pre
siding Justice weie closed about 1
a. m. Thuisday morning, and the
jury relumed into court at 3 a.m.
with a veidiet of "guilty" as to Wo
Sau, and "not guilty" as to Lam
Gee and Ten Yiik. Thus ended tho
most celebrated trial ever held in
the Circuit on this Island. The
charge of Chief Justice Judd was
one of the fairest and most impar
tial chaiges we ever remember to
have heard given.
The following cases havo been
disposed of, as follows: The King
vs. Awana. perjury; found guilty.
V. V. Ashfoid for defendant.
Tho King vs. Amu and Mrs.
Amu, selling liquor without a li
cense. V. V. Ashford for defense.
Nolle prosequi enteicd.
The King s. Asain, selling liquor
without a license. Nolle prosequi
enteied. Hitchcock & Hitchcock
and P. Neumann for defense.
The King vs. K. D. Notuga, lar
ceny ot animals. Not guilty. A.
Hosa for defense.
The King vs. Fiielas, selling
liquor without a license Not guilty.
V. V. Ashfoid for defense.
The King vs. Millho.selling liquor
without a license. Guilty. Sen
tenced to pay a line of S310 (8100
more than the sentence of the lower
court). A. Bosa for defense.
The King v. Alai, attempt at
subornation of perjury. Nol pros.
P. Neumann and Hitchcock and
Hitchcock for defense.
The King vs. Joaquin Pcstano,
larceny of a saddle. The jury could
not agiee, standing G to 0, and they
were discharged. A nolle prosequi
The Court on Monday sentenced
Wo Sau, the condemned murderer,
to be hanged on the fust Monday in
Fifteen divorce cases were heard
by his Honor this term.
Thus ends one of the longest
terms ever held in llilo. The Court
and attorneys and a large number of
the witnesses all left on the Kinau
NEWS OF TIIK WEEK.
Our town has been remarkably
quiet considering the large influx of
strangers in our midst. The weather
has been simply perfect and court
business hasgoneon uninterruptedly
to the end. There will be a great
lull in our business for a few days,
giving us all time to rest and get
i eady for a new start.
On Friday evening the hand be
longing to the Catholic School sere
nade 1 Hon. Paul Neumann and oth
ers at the residence of Hon. J. T.
Baker. Perhaps it is not generally
known outside of our town, that we
have here two quite fair bands, one
belonging to the llilo Hoarding
School and the other to the Catholic
School. They are both deserving
of praise, for the proficiency winch
they shew in the use of their instru
ments, not having the instruction of
a professional band master.
We noticed that a number of the
Bar attended church last Sunday,
and we hope the good beginning
will be carried out indefinitely.
Mr. Moby from the Volcano re
ports: That the Volcano is very ac
tive, the center of which activity
lies around the center cone. That
cone has sunk, within the last two
weeks, about 100 ft., and it appears
now as though in the near fuuiie it
will bo wholly undermined and will
disappear into tho lake and leavo nn
immense lako including Dana, the
Little Klephant and other lakes.
There have been several eruptions
in different places on the floor of the
crater, which of itself is indicative
of great activity. We shall expect,
befoie many months, great changes
in the crater und possibly an out
break in Kau.
AronTUr.UFCMJ Hoy wants ga.dcn
work. A iply to
G JMJALVRS &. CO,
2"3 It Queen street.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Fiusr Battalion, Hawaiian Vo
uu.nti;i:ks. Honolulu, May 29, I860.
IIJATTAUON OUUEB Wo. 4.
ITWLItY member of this Com.
J mand in hereby ordcud to
teport at the Aimnrv In Full
l)i.s Uniform on THUimilAY
ArTIIHVOON, May UOih, at
1 :!10 nV.loi'lf
I TJJii uy order of
II. P. HEnUAW),
A. O 51 ROHKItTbOX.
Lieut, ii Acting-Adjutant. 202 It
JKA &), 1889.
HPHE EHo loo Own
i Parlors & Candy Phc
lory specialties Pmolco
Creams, Sherbets and Wm.
tcr Ices, Chnrlotto Burse
Cakes made to order In
anys'.We; f.ndy Pincers anil Mnccatoons
and other Fancy Oukes fre-di every day.
Cream Cakes, Pics and Fancy Pastry,
Choice Candles, Plsln, Fancy mid Home,
made of great variety. Wholcsalo and
Hctail. Bnceial inducements to tho trade.
Patties, balls and weddings supplied.
85 Hotel Hreot. TolcphoncE Ucll 182,
Mutual 338. 260 iw
1VL selor at Iiw'. cornel
n - TUnUDCnM
er rort and
Merchant strcelg, Honolulu, plves writ.
ten statement- of law and juUIelnl deep
flons applicable to the facts of the caes
si ii ted io lilm, and also opinion as to tho
piobable result of legal proceeding.
ALL members of Excelsior Lodpo
No. 1, I. O. O. Ff, are requested
to meet at tt'olr hill. Fort street, at 1
o'clock P. M., FBIDAY, for the purpose
of nttt nillni; tin- funeral of their lato
Brother W. C. l'arko. Per rrdrr.
"03 2t iN. O.
ALL member" ol Harmony Lodco No.
!), I. (). O. F , are requested to
mi-nt at tlll'lr hull, lit 2 oVlnck 1 . H.,
FKIDAY, lor tht purpoc of aitendiug
the f uncial ol B othi-r P rkp.
ART EXHIBITION !
We beg to announce the arrival of a
small invoice of
From Kuropc, comprising:
Urmilno Artist IM-ooh,
tl'ollldCH. Wilt it I'ninrK.
Cii'uvuiCB, l.lno KiicravlngH, Ktr.
By well known artists, including:
interior, XJ gu rew, V:o.
And all Apprnnrlaicly and Artistically
Frnni'd ''he Pictures will be on
cihi'iliion and side at our
sj'cjroom (up ntairs),
On Thursday Morning, May 30,
Anil ihne rcmiiinifg nn-nld on thntdai
will he close I 0111 on iliu lolloping "
duy by auction, withuut rciervc.
CSSTTlio tale commencing nt 10 o'clock
v. m. sharp on Friday
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
ALL mnlieB of Pi mo taken in pari
piiyimnt towiird the Celehrated
I)eck'r lfn.,J. & (J. FNcher & Uon.
ruli Piano- lor whlrli wenre sole agent'-.
Music Department, Hawaiian Wews Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $-5
to $'200, worthy of attention. Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY make of I'inno for which wc
arc uptnt will sell on monthly
instalments of $10 up, or at New York
pi ices for cash. Music Department, Ha
waiian News Co.
JUST received the Peerless Fifover
Piano, fin irantcrd f'T C year, rail
and pcc it. Music DepartmentHawaiian
A LL kinds of Mimical InstrumfntB,
"V Musical Merchandise, Sheei Musir
and Music ISnolts nn mlo at the Music
Depurtmeut, Hawaiian News Co.
"VTEW nnd sfcond hand Billiard
1 Tah'.cs. Apply io
-M) lw J. 1 EOWEN.
San Fuancisco, Cai,.,
February 10. 180
WE herewith reitify that Mesbis.
Doild ifc Miller urn our dulj nu.
thorized and only ngems for the II n.
uaiiun I ln mis for the sid'j of our Lager
lleer i" ki'ir-.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 if John II. Wieland bioi
New Books ! New Books 1
THE UNDEHSIQNED HAVE
A largo consignment of tho
All the Standard Works
BOETRY and PROSE,
These BOOK5 are offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Dercriplivo Caliilogue8 will bo
furuinhcd to tlmto deuir.
" Country Orders SolicitodtStt
iran" in cim'r
(h ARTS 00 J
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,''
GREAT BARGAINS I
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
AT 1.50 .A. DPA.IJEI,.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
A-TC $1.50 .A. PAIR.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
SSrOa account of the death of Mr. Simon Colm tho entire new aud
magnificient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant slock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., anil by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
13 oil Telephone, SO -a B6T Mutual Xcloplionc, 871
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
B0TJRB0N, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SSCJOTOJO: and IJFMSHl lTJBCISDKY,
In Glass and Stone Jara;
Very Fine &, Very Cheap Qualities, as arc wanted;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, Bewt JBraxul iu tlio Mu.i-let j
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT 1
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 and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absintlie,
Apollinurl Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfnndel, Malaga, Tokayy Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling:, Hocks, Etc., Et.
0- All of which will be eold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgeuU or P. Lorilhml fc Co.'s Tobaccos, it W. 3. Kimball & Goa
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel 8trt
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort fctreeta.
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