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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1880.
Schr Kaiikcaotili from KohaU
Stint I vva fioin Kwu
Sclir Miiry Fostci fiom Waiinca
Stun lfaala fiom Vt nlalua mid Wulnuac
Self I.avlnla fiom Kvui
S S Uiimt ll.i fiunt .-an Finnelseo
Stmr Klnau for Hllo nud
C p in
Stmi 1'ele for Maul nnd
way pcirh at
Haw .ill at 10
Stmr 0 R Bisliop for Walniiac, Wulnlim
and Koolau at 0 a in
Schr Kawnllanl fur Ea
Schr Kaiilukal foi Kaii.il
For Fan Francisco, pur batk 1 mly
Lampson, May .10 Mis l.alni: and 'J
elnlilien, ills is lj Tiashci, 1' K j :ir
slmll. SlIIPPINl) Nil ftS.
Tho Hawaiian baik F.adv Lanipson
took to Sail Fi.meNco. Maj SlOtn, 11. (Vi
bag-i of Mifj.ir weighing 1 . 1 1 1,724
pounds, and ,iiued at 77,'JJ .8(i.
The steamer J A Cuiniidii-i bioughl
lOOObagbif sugar May aotli.
The lhitisli b.uk Royal Alice is load
ing wiih sugar. She will phoitly sill
for tan Fiauc.sco with iie.ul 2,000
The Kinau's next sailing day falling
on June llih she will sail the udlowiug
day the 1'Jth, at 2 p m.
llie Lukti anivcd yc.teiil.iy fiom Ha
waii with B7C b ijji ol Mijr.u.
Following are the teams with t'.eir
positions in to-morrow afternoon's
Honolulu. Position. Kaiulvms
II Wodchouse c I. Ka.ie
It. Puiker p I. XauKaii.i
V. Lucas lb .... 1!. bliiiu.it
11. u. Whitney lib .W.vviddllleld
Fnedeubeig 3b O. llolok
G. Lucas -8 U.i i.ibhe
F. O it l.f . . . .It. Gllllljud
E P. Low e.f. ...1 blieldon
A. Lucas r.f I. l'eny
THE EAR-BITING CASE.
The case of Rati iek Hayes charg
ed with maiming was coinuienceo.
in the Police Court this morning.
Paul Neumann assisted the prose
cution, F. M. Hatch for defendant.
The witnesses for the prosecution
were Capt. Larsen, Dr. Miner, P.
O'Sullivan, Fred Johnson, Louis
Bunnell and C. Vt'. Kuigslcy. The
only witness for the defense was J.
H. Lang. Hayes was committed
for trial at the next, teun of the Su
WELLS IN WAIALUA.
Messrs. McCandless Bros, have
just completed sinking three wells
tor Mr. ijaspar bytva at Mokuh-ia,
Waialua distiict, this island. They
are respectively 310, 501 and 'I'M
feet in depth, all yielding good'
streams. Mr. Sylva has now Lm Ive
artesian wells on his estate, nearly
300 acres of which is under rice or
ready for planting. The ground
vtateicd by the three new wells is
already being prepared foi rice.
Notwithstanding the large number
of wells in that vicinity Mr. J. II.
Paty having seven or eight there
no appreciable diiiiinutiun has been
observed in the supply Messrs. Mc
Candless will sink a well lot Ah In at
PaUima as soon as they leccivea
supply of pipe which they expect by
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
m:i oiii, 1'iti.brox j.
Fihd.vy, May 81st.
In the matter of the application
of G. W. Maefailane for a wiit of
mandamus to compel the Minister of
Finance to pay him his balary as
Chamberlain for the months Qf Octo
ber, November, December lfi88,
and Januaiy, February 8-0or show
cause if any to the contuiry. Tlie
writ was issued May Clh. The te
Bpondents answer was filed this
morning. The case is continued to
Fuiuav, May Hist.
Kakabawai, Samucla, Liwai and
Ilalulu, ehaiged with larceny of
four chickens, the pioperty of John
Nott, were remanded to Monday at
the request of the prosecution.
Ah Kwai was lined 8:20 and sent
enced to 18 bonis' imprisonment at
hard labor for cruelty to animals.
Muller for drunkenness was lined
35 with 81.20 costs.
D. S. Albert, charged with assault
and battery on Michel, was remand
ed to the 3d.
A debt over a gatuo of cards
' There is something the matter
with the political coinage of a man
who runs behind his ticket,
Sizing Them Up Mrs. G.ibb
"That new family next door to you
mqst be purty well olf; they've got
a planner." Mia, (Jodd Uulil
Tbey 'don't own it. It's lented,"
"How d'ye know." "By the way
they baug on it."
WALKER & REDWARD,
CContmotoi'B Ns liullclora.
llrlck, utnne and Wood en IhillillngH; i.
tlmaics given, Jobbing pioiujiv ut
tended to. '0 King -licet. inii'Tele
nUono Wo. 2. P. O.Uua, 4Sa. ap6.iy
U115AL & DEHERAL HEWS.
The two banks closed n noon.
. - -Tun
Government offices closed at
Louis llusnell and Michel Mauri
lmvo notices elsevvlicre.
A lady is dcsiious of obtaining
pupils in piano playing.
Mil. Levey sells thirty-two batrels
ol minci.d oil at noon to-morrow.
Noi.tk will leeeivo fresh fiozen
oystoison llio Umatilla. Yum, yum.
Tin: Minister of Interior calls foi
tenth rs foi widening the lower Nuti
Am. claims ugaima Mi. II. W.
Schmidt should be presented befoie
Tins morning seveuil cases on the
Intermediary calendar weio contin
ued to different dates.
Tin: II. M. S. S Zoalandi.i is duo
this evening from the Colonies en
route lo Ban Fiancueo.
S. S. Umatilla from Sun Fianeiseo
was telephoned oil YVuiinuualu at a
qiMitcr to throe this alteinoon.
The babcbull match between the
lvaiulanis and Houululus tu-mouow
altcinoun commence sat 3:30 o'clock.
The Y. P. S.C. R. hold theii socia
ble at the pailois ot the Centi.il
Union Cluueli this eeuing ut 7:30
The Kin.iu t.uU at (1
evening loi Maui and
mail eluies ut the Post
The Minister of the Interior an
nounces June lllh, commemoration
ol'the bit tlnlaytcjt Kamehamcba I., as
a public huhdiiy.
A sale of f nicy aiticles will take
place at the Kawaiahuo Female
Seminary to-moirow ullciiu'uu com
mencing at two o'clock.
The teachers of the Cciitt.il Union
Sunday School will meet this even
ing ut 7 .30 o'clock at the retuleuci
of Mi. P. C. Jones, iNuu.inu .ueuue.
The bo- plan for the sale of seats
for the .mety cutcitaiiiinent Satui
duy ecnnig opened this moining at
Mr. L. .1. I.eej 's ollico. A nimibei
It is learned that the Royal Ha
waiian and the St. Louis College
bands, will gie . i combined conceit
at Emm i Square Thuisday eening,
Mr. Ed. Dowsett is in town fiom
the Leilehu.i ranch. He repot t1
ubundanco of ram and the cattle
coining down to the plains for feed.
There are 2500 bead on the ranch
and they are lluiiug.
Whim: the column was partaking
of the generous hospitality of Mi. P
C. Jones jestciday, Comrade Bill
Williams ath.inceil to that gentle
man, and with u bottle of ginger ale
in hand diank his health and ex
pressed a wish that sugar might rice
two and a half cents pel pound mure
The toboggan has been closed
down since Monday to make peima
ncnt changes. It is now ready foi
the public and cvcij thing about it it
in perfect woiking older and nunc
sutisfactoiy than before. A gieat
niimbci of people bae been chs.ip
pomUd dining the week at its not
i mining, but the repaiis weie neces
sary to make it durable.
The following uie booked lo leave
on the Kinau ut (5 o'clock Ibis cen
ing: II It. II Piince-b Lihuokalani,
Hon. J. O. Doinmi, Pi of. W. I) and
Mis. Alexandei, Mi-ses Ak-Mindci
(2), h. Severance, Mii-8 hitbiminons,
li. C. Austin, J. S. Ciiu.il ut. C. Not
ley, Geo, Iijcknell, Mis. Wodchouse,
It. N l'rindeille and wife, F. Spen
cer, Keohokulole and wife,
Tun sale of pictures this morning
at G. W. Macfiirlane it Co.'s, by Mi
Lecy was not so we'l attended as the
chiiiactcrof the collection wui ranted;
nevertheless the greater part of the
pictuies wcio txtld and at fmily satit
fuctoiy puces. Judge Dole, C. M.
Cooke, A. J. C.irtwriglit, Judge Widc
ln.inn, Di. Whitney, Mis. J I. Dowsett
and John Ena weie among the prin
cipal buyeis, mid EPemed to bo well
satisfied with their bargains.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 Im. O. R.
M., at 7.30.
Diill Co. D Honolulu Rilles, at
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nv I.. J. u.vi.y.
At 10 a. in., regular cash sale,
when will be offered a generu,l as
sortment of merchandise. At 11,
painters' tools and material, and at
uoon uptight piano, bedroom set,
sbeny wine and 2 medicine chests.
BY J. K. MOIIOAX.
At 12 noon, a' old Custom House
whaif, the Hawaiian scioouer Rain
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following aro booked at the
ofllee of W. G. Iiwiii it Co. to leave
for the States
Pu Zealandia, Juno 1 V, Uur
chaidt, J. G. Piuuty, Miss M. Cook,
W. N. Phillips and wife, G. Host, 11
Morrison and 8 in Hid ateciago.
Duo blast ot Nature's wrath
my lo than, a week of war.
n.An,v mmmwi mwomjmj. l. ,.
Ita ObciTntieu in ilonolnln-.-r.t
tpIups ut the Xtinnnu Ccmrtery
A Itt'Icf tint Ntlirlnc AiHips.
Thursday was ohsei ved as Memor
ial day by Geo. W. DcLong Post,
No. -15, (t. A. It., this day on which
is honored the mcinoi) of the hiave
men who laid down their lives in
defence of home, country, liberty
nnd equality. The morning broke
out fine and soon the sun's rays
weie so poweiful that it was thought
it would be rather uncomfortable
marching up lo the Cemetery. But
towards the houi set apart for the
procession to stint the sun got
clntuh'd and the lost of the after
noon was exceedingly pleasant.
Dining. the day llaus were (lying
at half-mast in all directions, the
Government houe closed at uoon,
and by 1 o'clock the. banks and a
large number of business houses
The members of Geo. AY. DeKoiig
Post assembled at their hall, Kiti
stieet, about half-past 2 o'clock. A
line was stictched from the limit ol
the hall lo the olhei side of the
street, fiom which was suspended a
banner and Hags. A few minutes
after 3 o'clock the column moved in
the following oidet :
Platoon of Police.
Hinal Hawaiian Band.
Honolulu Ritles Drum Coips.
Adjutant A. O. Hobeitson.
Quarter Master W. W. Hall.
Companies A, I) and D, 1st 15.U
taliou, Hawaiian Volunteers, Majoi
11. F. llebbard commanding.
Ollleeis of Ivamehameha Guard,
2d lialtalioii, Hawaiian Volunleeis.
Geo. W. DoLong Post, No. 15,
G. A. R.
The following mcinbeis of the
Post were in line: F. Tuirill, Post
Commander; V. V. Ahfoid, Adju
tant; K. J. Greene, Chaplain, b.
Mi lveague, Otlicerot the Day; Com
rades Jonu. Austin, W. C. Wilder,
A. y. Hurtwell, lhos. SjUori . 11
Wagoner, II. J. LovfiJbyY W. II.
Wi.lnnson, J. D. Conn, L Adler,
W. McCandless, W. F. Williams, C.
II. Eliliulge, J. Uague, F. hlieiuian,
ami R. iMcChisue,) . Alajor .St ward
and Mr. liohin weie in a cainage
behind the Post.
The line of march was along King
to Foit stieet, up Fort to Hotel,
along Hotel to Nuuunu, up Niiuauu
Aieiuie lo the Cemetery. The con
tributions of llnwers weie veiy lib-i-al.
The line of maich was ciowdei
with spcctalois. Alining m fiom
of the lcsidence ol Mi. P. C. Jones,
which by the wa was decorated
with an American llag, a halt was
made. That gentleman had pro
vided a most liberal supply of
ginger ale, soda and ice walei, which
was served lo those in lino. They
weie loud in piaise of Mr. Jones'
thoughlfuliiess and liberality. Mr.
J. D. Tucker also displayed uit
American llag at hall-mast hum his
Ai living in front of the Cemetcry
tlie volunleeis tormed in line on one
side ol the load and presented arms
while the members ot the Geo. .
DeLoi'g Post tabbed b and matched
slowly into the Cemeteiy headed b
the bund playing a funeral match.
1.XCKCIS1.S AT O.MLTI.UY.
The exeiciso3 look place at the
buiial lot set apart for the Grand
Army of the Republic. A platform
had iii-c-i' elected, the fiontof which
was decorated with Ameuean flags.
The Held piece was coveied with
wieaths and lloweis and an Ameri
can flag was stuck m every giave
of the dead coincides. Tlio mem
bers of the Post weie stationed on
the lower side of the lot and the
volunleeis on the tipper. Among
lho"e piesent at the exercises weie
noticed: His Honor Chief Justice
A. F, Judd, His Excellency Geo.
W. Men ill, U. S. MinisUr Resident;
Vii.joi J. II. Wodchouse, II B. M.'s
Coiimiissiouei ; Capt. Clarke ami
ollleeis of II. B. M. S. F.-plegle,
His Ex. L. A. Thuiston, Minister
of lutui mr j Mi. J. II. l'utn.iin, U.
S. Consul-General ; Marshal J. II.
Soper, Messts. A. J. Caitnriglil,
John H. Paly, William U. hmitli,
C. AI. Cooke, Geo. 11. Dole, J. K.
Wilder, W. O. Atwater, Robert
Leweis, Get. C. BeoUey, etc.
The cxeiulscs opened with the
reading ot oiders by Adjutant V
V. Ashford appointing May 30ih ol
ach year to be obsetved as Memo
Post Commander F. Tin rill then
read the following: Comrades, the
duty of lo-duy u of impressive sig
nilleance. We meet lo honor our
dead and lo deepen our ren-ionce
for their worth ; to stiengtlien among
ourselves llie bond of liutern'ty by
lecal ing the meinoiy of experiences
common to iii all; lo encourage a
moie gtnerous clumly for our com
rades who uie sick or in distriss.aud
foi lite destitute wards of the Gi.uid
Army; to nnew our pledge of loyal
ly to our country ami our ling, and
to emphasize in the minds ami hea ts
of all who may unite with us ti
piivilege and dut of patiiotism. It
is ixpectcd that, ihiougbout our
eel vices each one will manUest the
mosi com icons and lovoient deco
i urn. Let oui soldierly deportment
be such that we may worthily honor
the jra es w e decorate, tlio mumoi ies
wo cherish, the llag wo salute, and
tltu Giaud Army to which wo be
long, A pi oyer was next read by Chap
lain R. j. Gieene.
The Post Commander read tlio
To-da is the festival of our dead.
Y mate to honor the memory of
of bravo nud our bflnvad, to fitir
liuli mid cniiobU our llvt by recall
ing a public lu-ioism ttntl a piivato
worth that aie immoitul, to encour
age by our solemn service a more
zealous end stalwart patiiotism.
Festival of the deadl Yes, though
many hearts are heavy with regiet,
though many lives aie still desolate
because of the father ot brother,
the hiHband or lover, who did not
cnine back : though every gra e
which a tender reverence or love
ndoins with flowers, is the shrine of
a sonow whose influence is still po
tent though its llrst keen poignancy
has been dulled despite of all, to
day is a festival of our dead ; no
less a festival because it is full of
solemnity. And now as in this si
lent camping ground of our deud,
with sohheily tendertuss ti'id love,
we gailand these passionless
wounds; let us recall those who
made their breasts a baincade be
tween our country and its foes. Let
us recall their toils, thir suffeiings,
their heioistu, their supreme fidelity
in camp, in piison-pen, on the bat
tlefield and in hospital, that the llag
under which they fought and from
the shadows of whose folds they
were promoted, may never bo dis
honoicd, that the country lor whose
union and supremacy they surrend
ered life may have the fervent and
enthusiastic devotion of every citi
zen ; that, as we slaud by every
grave as before an altar, we may
pledge our manhood that, so help us
God, the memory of our dead shall
encotuane ami strengthen in us all
a inoi c loyal patriotism.
S. MclCi-ague, OHIcer of the Day,
after answering in the alllrmattvu
the question. "Have the graves of
comiades outside of the lot been
decorated?" then scattered lloweis
on the giavob in the lot, lepeating
as follows: In your name my com
rades, I scatter these memorial flow
ers upon this grave which repre
sents the graves ot all who (lieu in
the sacred cause of our country.
Our lloial tribute shall wither. Let
the lender fiatcinal love for which
it stands endure until llie touch of
death shall chill the warm pulse
beat of our heartb.
The Chaplain said: Comrades, by
this service, without distinction of
race or creed, we renew our pledge
to exeicise a spirit of fiateriutv
among oui selves, of chaiity to the
destitute wauls ot the Grand Aimy,
and of loyalty to the authority and
union of the United States of Ame
tica, and to our ylonous flag, under
whose folds every Union soldier's or
sailor's grave is the altar of patriot
ism. The choir of the Central Union
Church stationed on the pluiforin
lendered the hymn, "O, Paradise,"
with fine effect, after which the
baud played Haudel's Dead Maich
Adjutant Ashford, advancing to
the front of the platform, said the
Post had selected as orator for the
day, Post Commander F. Tun ill.
(Applause.) '1 hey were justified in
so doing to- many leasons. Mr.
I'm i ill was bom m Honolulu and
therelore a native Hawaiian. His
father was at one time American
Consul heic. Mr. Tin rill left
here and served in the American
aimy in the Cth coips, whose deeds
aie so well known.
Post Commander Tunill, who was
well received, said :
Not Willi an oialion do I come to
you to-day but as a soldier to utter
such words a3 my huait would speak
to your hearts. In the Great Re
public nearly thirty y cais ago you
ceased your daily avocations and
donned the blue. Each hamlet
trom Maine to Oregon trickled down
its Blue to join the Rivets of Blue
from the cmes that at the front
formed one mighty Sea of Uluc that
surged and tossed ilselt against the
Guy foi four long years.
You laid away your comrades in
the Southern Hwamps. and under
Virginia's pines. Since '05 thou
sands of the rank and file have
crossed the Rivei to join the Army
on llie other side. I had the honor
to belong to llits fith Coips. When
at Cedar Cieek, Early eame down in
thegiey of the morning, Hanked
and diove the army of the Shenan
doah from its camp with nothing
but their guns. With that yell you
have so olten heaid, hour by hour
and miln by mile, they hammered
us down the valley, until three in
the afternoon when we made one
more stand. Our rear, as we knew
it must be, a chaos ot stampeded
waggons and men ; our right bioken
and shattered, our left cMending
God knew where when up the line
came the word, "Sher.dan is bete "
And lie hud come fiom Winchester
miles away. Five, ten, fllteen min
utes vo wait; then through the
smoke we see the Gioy aJvaneing
tlnniigli tho orehaid. At foity
paei-s we give them a volley and
with a "Ilip! Hip! Huiralil" down
lliiough the orchard over the slooo
wall the Gicy over the Blue and
back nine miles t,o our old camp we
ditve them, Custer following ten
miles finthcr on till midnight and
Fisher's Hill halt the victonoiis
LU'.!e Phil has crossed the River
to join Custer and Ins command.
And one more that the historian
does not mention one of tv trio of
muskets one who spread the blan
ket uer his comrade's face to keep
off Vugiiiia's soil as we laid hitn
away beneath the pines, lie has
broken his hist haul tack with me
a;id laid by my side in the mud to
sleep. A private in Comp my D, I
kni-w linn well. "We Urnnk fiom tho
way m. imn,
Tho 5f 0 v has sent t blue jnokfcU
over, 'Phe men ilint on this wooden i
Congress and Cumberland, lighting
the iron-olad Merriuiac, in Hampton
Roads, lould cheer and lire their
guns as they sank beneath the
waves, weie the same kind of men
that at Apia stood in the Ticnton's
rigging and with the comrades you
know on the Vandalia cheered (lie
English tars as they struggled out
to safely, and then with comrades
Sehoon makei and Arms sank to a
sailor's burial beneath tho waves.
Geo. W. De Long Post has not
during the past year lost a single
member, but we have lost one from
that grand reserve seldom men
tioned. When as a beaidlcss boy I
first felt the shock of war, my heart
came up like a lump into my mouth.
It was not the armed men lying in
rcseive bat k of the last line of bat
tle, ready to rush in when it waver
ed, that net ved my hand to gi asp
the musket, but the mother back in
Ike Empiie Stale, whoso parting
wouls weie, "I know you will do
your duty." 'Twas the mother and
not the trembling boy that fought
that musket. We have lost one
near and dear to us Grandma
Dickson has gone to join her soldier
In the land towards the rising sun
to-day sixty millions of people have
closed their mills and shops and
gone out w th music and flowers to
their beloved, and now night has
east her sable pall over all that land
and you, the honoied last, a hand
ful of men on videtlc in the Pacific,
come up witli your music and flow
ers. As tho last rays of the sct'ing
sun golden tint your (lowers, I say,
so continue until the mom wheu re
veille shall wake you over there.
The oration was attentively listen
ed to and llie speaker warmly ap
plauded at Us conclusion.
( IOS1M; tl'.KI.MOVIta.
Adjutant Ashford called the roll.
those piesent answeiing to their
names, while the chaplain answered
foi those who were absent on leave
Comp'iny U then took position on
the aikiki side of the lot, and tin
dei command of Capt. Fisher filed
Three verses of the hymn, "My
country 'tis of thee," were sung by
the choir, the band accompanying.
The exercises were closed with
the benediction pionounced by Rev.
IS. G. Heekwith, D. D., pastor of
Central Union Chinch.
After two companies of Ihcvolun
teeis had marched lound the ceme
tery on the Waikiki side of Nuuunu
avenue, the column formed in the
previous order, and matched baik
to town, reaching there about half
past five o'clock.
NOTES AND IXCIDENrS.
The matching of the Honolulu
Rifles was highly ci editable. The
men looked exceedingly well in full
A huge number of graves all over
the cemetery were decorated with
flowers. The dead were certainly
The members of the G. A. R. all
wore badges and carried wreaths or
bouquets of (lowers.
When the procession reached Judd
street it frightened a grey hoisu
driven by J. duty, causing it to
tear and kick. Finally the animal
fell down and the police caught hold
of the bridle and the pilikia was
A horse attached to a brake in
which was seated Mis. Silva lan
away on School street. Turning on
to Niiuauu avenue it met the pio
cession just in front of Mr. Wood's
icsidence. A policeman with con
siderable pluck caught the bridle
ami brought the animal to a stand
still without any dangei being done.
The column saluted Mr. P. C
Jones when passing-liis icsidence on
the letum inarch.
The uniform of the officers of the
Kainehamcha Guard was much ad
inued. It is -very neat.
C'o.'s A, B and D, Honolulu
Rifles, respectively under com
mand of Captains Zeigler, Fisher
and McCarthy, each mustered 21
front besides officers, or 09 men all
told. Co. C, on account of having
no full dress equipments, did not
rPHE llito lco Otiuii
X I'arlors & Candy lc
o y spiclulticti Fine I e
Creams, sIictIm ih and V -h
r lce-s, Clmilollo Kiksj
Cike-H in ulu in order in
any s n ; l.iidy Ki icorsn'wl Mncciui o'ih
Miiiioilui Fancy Cikes frishivtn day.
friiirn Cake, lies aid Fincy Pastry,
Clioieii Candles, Piiiin, Fain mid Home
made of urc it varlily Hholcsnlo mid
K t in 1 bpccial biituceininis to the trade.
I'm lies, bulls and uedilings supplied
Hli lintel -treil Telephone. Hi II 183.
Mm ua I 33 S 'ilO.w
M THOMPSON, Attorney ifcCoim
cilur ut l.uw, cm iii r Fort unil
.Mi i eh. uit su eels, Honolulu rive wilt
ten btateimoit-i of law and judlel il deci
Mttns applicable to tint fnc-lu of the cu-i s
staled to Id n, ami idHi op nlou as to tho
piebald, result i f legil piocecdlugs.
ALL persons having c'ldins tuninst
mo vwll plextu leuvo ilicin at
binckt)s' lliuil: In fon .lone fill.
Honolulu, May iO, bb'J. SlUSl
ALL pcif'Onmire licroly foi bidden to
eiu credit to luivnmi on my uc
cmr t n utter this time I will piy
no idil-1 m ept of my n person d t on.
tr.n'1111. L'iUl- ttUa.NKLL.
lioaoiu u, May 81, litO. 20J 1
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
.T .l.O -A. JP-A-X1R.
75 & 77 Fort St EGA
SOyOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
inagnifieicnt slock 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, Trimtnins, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoos, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wc have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Ti links, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
IJell JCeleijlione, CJO -a
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and M0N0NGAHELA,
In Bulk or Catc;
SCOTCH and IXtJSHL -WJE-IXSECY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Veiy Fiuo &. Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted;
GSftSS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Giu, 33 out rSriind in Llie Mnrhet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Tints and Quarts.
Bitters, Llquers Absinthe,
Apolliniiri Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIF0BKXA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Eto,
&T All of which will be gold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT NTKEBT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgonU for 1. Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccos, fc W. S. Kimball &, Co.'
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street,
& FOKT STREETS.
ed Kid Gloves,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
EST ALuLu.u.1 Telcphuiie, 371
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
Jt DEAI.KKS IN-