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TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889.
. ,0 ARRIVALS.
Schr Knwnllanl from Koolau
Schr KnulkeaoiiH from Kohnla
Stmr WO Hull for Labalua, Maalaea,
lions, Kan and the Volcano lit 1U
o'clock a in
.Sttnr Mlkahiila for Kauai at ft p m
Stmr W.tialcale for Kauai at 0 p m
Stiur Kaala for Walulua and, Walaune
,;' at 9 am
Fohj Ke Au Hon for Hawaii
Stmr nltnaualo for Kwa and AValanac
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
For Maul, per stmr Llkellke, June 17
Hon V O Wilder, R Sithrclder aud 30
Per W G Hall, June 18 For the Vol
cano: O 0 Shields, V E Tayloi, Miss
Elliott, Miss A Blake. For way poi ts :
Kcv E G Porter, II G Treadwny, J II
Stclllug, C F Horner, Miss Dunn, Mrs
Zellar, Dr.Ezera.C Baldwin. J 1) Tu-g-loan,
O Bojsc, Kalnwal. U Aneung and
The BrltUh hark Royal Alice, Capt
Zeal, left to-day for San Francisco with
i!5,CCC bags of sugar weighing 3,(175,353
pouuds. aud valued at $177,744.28.
WHOSE HORSE IS IT?
Some person left a horse, saddle
and bridle at Mr. "W. G. Irwin's
premises at Kapiolani Park on the
day of the races and probably hav
ing got a little mixed in naming the
winning horses in the various races
has forgotten to call for his pro
perty. Mr. Irwin wishes us to say
that from the looks of the animal
he considers that he has already
paid mora than its value in providing
it with a week's board, and unless
stfmeone calls for it shortly he will
send it to the pound to save further
Following is the programme of
exercises at Oahu College to-morrow
"Wednesday, as sent by Rev. W. C.
Merritt, the principal :
0:15 to 9:55.
Evidences of Christianity Mr. Mer
ritt Dole Hall
Anabasis Miss Cushmau. .Schoolroom
Physics Prof. Lyons.. .Hall of Science
Latin Lessons Miss Spooncr
South Rue. Room
English Language Mis. Piiiney
Middle Rcc. Room
10 to 10:40.
Moral Science Mr. Merritt... Dole Hall
Political Economy Miss Cushman. ..
Virgil's Eneid Miss b'pooner
Chemistry Piof. Lyons
Hall of Science
Algebra Mrs. Piuney
South Rcc. Room
10:50 to 11:30.
English Literature Miss Spooncr... .
Greek History Miss Cushman
Physical Geography Professor Lyons
Hall of Science
11:33 to 12:15.
Cicero Miss Spooncr Schoolroom
Geology Prof. Lyons.. Hall of Science
Beginners in Geometry Miss Cush
mau South Roc. Room
Lunch Maiu Hall
All the guests are invited to assemble
in tho College Parlors at the close of
the school exercises, aud later to lunch
with the Faculty.
The Rhetorical exercises .com
mence at 1 :30 p. m. with the fol
Music A Myrian Song School
Comp. Dragon Flies
Mary C. Alexander
Read by Hattie G. Forbes.
Dec The Schoolmaster's Guests. . . .
Charles K. Hyde
French Dialogue Extract from La
Balaillc de Dames
Cornelia D. Robertson and Rhoda
Comp. Punchbowl Ellen BIckuell
Solo The Day Is Done -. .Balfe
Comp. What Nobody Does
Dialogue Tho Opening Address
Hiram Biugham, Albert Judd, John
Comp. Physical Culture
Rufus A. Lyman
Rec Diamond Cut Diamond
Chorus In Silent Night Brahms
Awarding of Prizes.
Prof. II. Berger has tendered the
compliment of a concert by tho
Royal Hawaiian Band to be given
on the College grounds at the close
of the exercises in the hall.
All are cordially invited to re
main and enjoy the conceit.
CAItS KOIl THE COLLEGE.
Tho tramcar leaving Fort Btreet
at 8:28 a. ra., and all cars crossing
Fort street at 9:08 n. m. and every
hour thereafter until and including
3:P8 p. in. wil connect through to
Oahu College. A car will leave the
College at 9:20 a. in. and every
hour thereafter until 5:20 p. hi.
connecting through to the city.
rNLY $2 Per Gallon.
flavored and positively nuro Ice
Cream at F. Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory and Bakery. Established 1603.
liotit 'l eicpm
lioues No. 74.
M THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
selor tit Law, corner Fort and
Merchant sti eels, Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable, to tho facts of the cases
stated to him, and also opinion as to tho
probable result of legal piouecduigs.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
TtiK Nuunnu street trains nre being
Astoxishino bargains can bo
taincd at tho store of Egnn & Co.
Foun passcngoiBlcft for tho Vol
cano this morning on tbo W. O.
The steamship Kinau
morrow morning from
is due to
windward Conns of tho first volume of Foi
nander's "Polynesian races" arc ad
Look at the display of gents' fur
nishing goods in Mr. N. S. Sachs'
Mr. II. D. Bailey of Makawao,
Mauitwho holds an auctioneer license,
has a notice elsowbuie.
A rui.L attendance is requested at
tho meeting of the Yachting and Row
ing Association this evening.
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A dissolution of tho partnership
existing between Messrs. .lames Dodd
and Harry Miller is announced.
The Hanaloi Sugar Mill Company
have accepted a charter granted by
the Minister of Interior, and elected
On Monday, July 1st, Mr. J. F.
Morgan will sell twenty-one bharcs of
the new issue of Paia plantation,
The Rev. E. G. Porter left for
Punaluu on the W. Q. Hall this
morning. He will vibit the Volcano
and return by way of Hilo.
Mn. L. J. Levey has sold quite- a
number of season tickets for tho
Hicks-Sawyers Minstrels perfor
mances. At a meeting of the stockholders
of E. O. Hall & Son held at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, E. O. White was
elected secretary vie L. C. Abies,
Mn. Geo, E. Faircbild of Kcalia,
Kauai, is in town purchasing a large
stock of goods with the intention of
opening a branch store at Kapaa, on
Persons going out picnicking for
tho day should take along one of
those superior Bologna sausages made
by Mr. Ticnker of tho City Meat
Market, Nuuanu street. The can't
Two deserters fiom the Britisli
bark Royal Alice were caught quite
early this morning, by police Capt.
Larson, in Knlihi valley, and taken
to the Station House. They will bo
returned on board ship.
The monthly meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. will be held on Thursday eve
ning at 7 o'clock, haH an hour ear
lier than usual on account of the
closing exercises of Oahu College at
Central Union Church.
In another column appears the
official programme of the third an
nual meeting of the Maui Racing
Association at Kaliului, July 4th,
with the amount of purses in each
event. The entries close June 27th.
The plan of the proposed widen
ing of Berctania street from Punch
bowl to Punahou, also the list of
names of those who have agreed to
give up their land for the said pur
pose, can be seen at the office of C,
O. Berger, Mei chant street. Any
property owner who has not signed
should call in at once.
A resident up Nuuanu avenue has
called at this oiiice to enter a strong
complaint that the Tramways Com
pany has opened that route before be
ing prepared to handle tho traffic,
or driving the 'bus off tho route only
to leave scores of people gaping after
every departing overloaded car at
certain hours, and no car at all when
most needed before soven in the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Yachting and Rowing
Association at 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O. F.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:30.
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTES.
The receiving station at Kalilii
for lepers will bo opened the latter
part of this week.
The Board keeps issuing permits
for friends of the lepers to visit the
settlement. The opposition to going
up there is evidently vanishing.
Seventeen lepers were sent to
Molokai yesterday on the steamer
At present a house to house in
spection is going on in the different
wards in Honolulu.
Dr. N. B. Emerson, President of
the Board, leaves on the next trip of
the yy, G. Hall for a visit through
the district of Kona, paying particu
lar attention to the schools,
SUPREME COURT-SPECIAL TERM.
BKKOKK I'RESTON J.
Tuksuat, Juno 18th.
Gaspar Sylva vs. W. O. Smith,
administrator with will aunexed,
Estate Z. Y. Squires. Assumpsit.
A. H. Hartwcll for plaintiff; Cecil
Brown for defendant; defendant in
person. Being tried before the fol
lowing jury: J. J. Egan, W. Maor
tens, C. Ilcilonmnn, N. F. Gedge,
J. K. Wilder, C. M. Cooks, J. J.
Greene, A. W. Cathcart, 13. A. Mc
Ineiny, Godfrey Brown, James Lvlo
I And 0, Branch.
tfAllA' JiOJLiilcl'JtJM : BOKOLUXU. J&., i.,
kumi'mhu iiu. uhiiiui.ihi.;iiii'cj' ir
LECTURE OH JAVA.
Iter. K. U l'ortcr J1yck nu Inter
entinx TnlK on tho Dutch l.nst
There was a largo audienco in the
Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday evening
to hear Rev. E. G. l'ortcr, of Lex
ington, Mass., lecture on Java. Mr.
S. D. Fuller, General Secretary of
the Association, introduced'' the
lecturer in neatly chosen phrases,
saying that what this community
lost in quantity of visiting talent,
from its isolated position, it seemed,
from the record of that platform for
the past few years, to have gained
Mr. Porter prefaced his lecture
with remarks on the popular notion
that travelers are to be envied for
the pleasure derived from constant
ly coming upon new scenes. They
had to pay a penalty, however, in
the importunity with which they
were asked for information regard
ing their experiences. But when
complimented by the attendance of
such a large crowd as this, he would
be ungrateful if he did not be pleas
ed at the opportunity of telling all
The island of Java is very popu
lous, having 21,000,000 of people,
or two-thirds the number populating
the British Islands this vast num
ber being crowded into a territory
from SO to 150 miles wide and
about GOO miles in length. The
population is mostly Malay, speak
ing different languages, the foreign
ers speakiug scarcely anything but
Dutch. The island is not unlike
Cuba in appearance and climate.
It is of volcanic formation, there
being 40 or 50 volcanic peaks. A
dozen of these peaks are still active
volcanoes, so that as one travels
along he can almost always see a vol
cano smoking. The climate is1 very
warm yet tempered by sea breezes.
He was surprised to find that tho
heat was not so great as in Boston
or New York in summer. While
often in the nineties it schlotn
reaches a hundred degrees, while
in Hankow, China, he met with 105
degrees. There was a large propor
tion of moisture in the air, however,
which bred mould on everything.
In consequence it was necessary
to keep the houses welL white-washed.
The Dutch houses were very
neat, no less so than the bungalows
of India. Not only was the island
most populous but it was extremely
productive. It yielded 830,000,000
annually to the revenue of the king
dom of Holland. Coffee is a leading
staple and a large share of it finds
its way to America. The best cof
fee for ordinary purposes is the
Java, but the most delicate is the
Mocha, while the best cup of coffee
obtainable is a combination of both,
whether in Paris, New York or Lon
don, and London always gives the
worst coffee. But they will gener
ally give you a better cup of tea in
the British Colonics than in Java.
The people of the latter make their
coffee in a curious way. They pre
pare an extract of coffee and bottlo
it up, and in ever' house and hotel
they have a bottle of the extract,
and they bring you hot milkto mix
with it. We had much better cof
fee in the Hawaiian Islands than any
he had got in Australia or New
Zealand. AVe were to be congratu
lated on the quality of -our coffee,
and he did not see why we should
not have a large exportation of the
article. He knew that the Brazilian
coffee was considered good, but he
had never regarded it as equal to
There arc nearly 300,000 China
men in Java and they are all busily
at work in trade and industry. Nine
tenths of them come from Amoy ami
few of them ever go back. Their chil
dren are brought up as Chinese and
not as Javanese. The largest Chi
nese resident is at Batavia and he is
called the "Major Chinaman," to
whom all difficulties among China
men are roferred the same as the
Arabs who have a "Captain" who
is responsible for the good conduct
of all Arabs. There are a few Ar
menians in Java who are very clever
in trade. The largest proportion of
foreigners dressing like us are
Dutch, and as all talk Dutch you
might suppose you were in Holland.
There are three classes of railway
carriages, the first class high
enough, the second reasonably mod
erate, and the third marvelously
cheap. The lecturer commended
this provision for the poor traveling
cheaply, in comparison with Austra
lia where it was taken for granted
there were no poor, and the same
with America. Tho cheap fares
largely increased the revenues of
tho railways. Batavia was a well
equipped port with fine stone piers
and iron buildings. The wealthy
Dutch tended to move back into the
country, where they had established
parks, tramcars, ploasure drives,
and beautiful bungalows. Batavia
was the old name for Holland in the
Mr. Porter heard a good deal
about the great oruption of a few
years ago in the Strait of Stinda,
although ships now pass over the
site as safely as before ; but he al
ways had a feeling of insecurity in
that country, He never experienced
such terrific thunder storms as in
Java. Taken these in connection
with the gieat heat it wus no won
der that great changes were sudden.
Crops were remarkably nourishing
he never saw a dead tree there,
nor anywhere had seen vegetation
so luxuriant and prolific, Animal
life was equally abundant. There
were fierce tigers In parts, nlao
snakes in large numbers,' making
the jungles unsafe and necessitating
the carrying of lanterns at night.
The two Slates of DJokJokarta
aud Surakarla are distinguished as
the Vorslenlatidcn (Lands of the
Princes). Tho former has a nativo
sultan, the latter an emperor, Hying
in palaces although vassals of' the
Dutch. Tho latter preserve the
peace on the island and have a con
siderable arm', half native and half
Dutch troops. The lecturer was
much impressed with the kindness
and hospitality of tho people. On
a shoit drive he thought he met ten
thousand people, men and women,
going to or coming from work, talk
ing incessantly. They wore hatg
larger in the brim even than those
often seen on the Chinese. He was
much impressed with the six horses
provided him with a carriage by a
gentleman, but learning that such
was the usual state in which a gen
tleman drove he submitted. It was
explained that there was less danger
of fractiousuess with so many
horses. Footmen also went along
to whip the horses on a gallop over
the hills. "When a Governor Gen
eral took a drive he was furnished
in addition witli outriders to give
hiiu the requisite dignity. The
lecturer described tho exceeding dc
lieiousuess aud cheapness of fruits,
he having bought 100 specimens of
a cei tain kind for the equivalent of live
Ameiican nickels. Still, the high
prices in America and Hawaii de
noted a high standard of civiliza
tion, while the people of Java have
a low scale of civilization with low
The native people are mostly Mus
sulmans. He had visited a magni
ficent Hindoo temple, however, one
of the remains of the Hindoo period.
When Mohammedanism spread west
ward into Europe it spread eastward
to the Indian Archipelago. In Java
he failed to observe the distinguish
ing cry of the Mohammedan or tho
five prayers a day
Those who cm-
brace Christianity have to form
Christian communities among them
setves, and there were notably two
of these in Java. Incidentally the
lecturer told of the unusual case of
an Englishwoman who had almost
forgotten her mother tongue, and
finding it difficult to use in convers
ing with him but being fluent only
in Dutch and Malay. About half
of a Dutch house is the veranda and
this is made the great place of re
ception. He was struck with the
universal practice of potting'the gar
den plants, that being found the
best means of preserving them from
parasites. There were from 100 to
1000 potted plants in the gardens of
Dutch grandees. The characteristic
feast of hospitality was the rice ta
ble, the guest and entertainers each
being provided with a prodigious
dish of rice, into which beef, fowl,
eggs and other edibles were deposit
ed, when the hodge-podge thus
formed was all sent down the usual
way. He could not accomplish the
whole dish, but never knew the
Dutch to be beaten in so doing.
Tho lecturer told of a wealth'
Dutch planter who lived in one of
the Christian communities so that ho
might be of assistance to the people
of that faith. He also described the
origin of this community. In 1714
a Huguenot, who owned that plant
ation, left his estate to his slaves
who were Christians to be held by
Christians forever. It was difficult
to maintain their faith, as the policy
of the Dutch Government was to al
low no missionary effort on the isl
and. For over a hundreed years
thoy were not allowed to have a
preacher settled with them, but were
allowed to go once a year to hear a
chaplain in Batavia. They have now
a missionary, a large church, and
young men studying for the minis
try, after they had kept the faith
for a hundred years by going every
year to preaching at Batavia. An
other Christian colony was founded
about 35 years ago, when 3Q00 peo
ple were converted by a watchmaker
at Sourabaya, the means employed
being substituting Christian sub
jects for those of hoathon mythol
ogy in free picture entertainments
for the people according to a preva
lent custom. There are neither
English nor American missions in
Mr. Porter spoke of the boardless
condition of the men in Java, the
minority who started a few hairs
having them drawn with pincers by
experts. He mentioned the two
horse post carts that were driven
furiously, tho hotels with their pro
fusion of wall engravings, and the
general love of the bath, in which
water is poured over head and
shoulders. Somo braved the danger
from crocodiles by plunging'into tho
rivers. lie spoko of the peculiar
modes of carrying children in tho
East, the fondness of the Java, peo
ple for music and its free gratitloa
lion, the custom of carrying daggers
and tho mania (or running amuck,
together with the precaution of
guard houses, in whloh the native
men have all to serve in turn, pro
vided against those madmen. The
"thief catcher" was a sort of barbed-pitchfork
used by the guards for
harpooning fugitive criminals.
The Governor-General has doublo
the salary of the President of tho
United States, it being 20,000 a
year, a moie'ty of, which is, however,
leserved until ho leavos office, to
ensure his living in the dignity be
coming a retired ruler of Java, Ho
has the assistance of 22 governors
in the residencies,
In conclusion Mr. Porter reoomi
mended Java as an interesting coun
try for t,he. tourist. At times
fevers and cholera prevailed a.ud
the best tlm.e t,o got thard wan from
JUM IS, IBS).
spring lo October. He advised nny
of his auditors who might bo inclin
ed to visit Java, to go to Australia
first and take one of the lino steam
ers leaving Brisbane for London by
way of Java, calling at all Queens
land port3,Thursday Island, through
Torres Straits, Gulf of Carpentaria,
and tying up at those beautiful
stono piers of Batavia.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The entertainment Saturday even
ing at tho Y. M. C. A. hall under
the auspices of the Blue Ribbon
League was very well attended. The
Rev. II. 11. Gowcn, President, pre
sided, and Mr. P. C. Jones occupied
a chair on the platform. The pro
gramme opened with a piano solo
excellently played by that rising
young pianist, Miss Lottie Panne
lee. Mr. Justice Dole gave a read
ing which was most attentively list
ened to, followed with a song,
nicely rendered by Bliss Beckwith
who played her own accompani
ment. Mtss Sarali Darlington then
gave a reading. Mrs. J. F. Brown
was encored for her vocal effort in
a song and responded.
The Rev. Dr. Beckwith began his
address by reading the pathetic
poem of Mrs. Browning, "The Cry
of the Children, "and with this as his
text asked this question, "What
causes the cry of the children, who
nre 'weeping iu the playtime of the
others?' " The answer was to be
found in the ravages of drink which
kindling the fires of hell upon the
hearth, robbed life of all its beauty
and delight. He then quoted a story
of a child in Honolulu to bhow how
all the delight in Nature's beauty is
being torn out of the heart of child
hood by the associations of vice
which the drink trallic plants in the
home, and after telling the story of
the drunkard's children following
the coffin of their pauper mother
I flirnntrh Mi st roots nf Npw Vnrlr
wilh thc crV) llGiye m(J ,)ack my
mother," he pleaded for total absti
nence for the sake of the children,
that thc blight of this terrible mis
ery might be spared to their young
After a few lemarks by President
Gowen thc entertainment was
brought to a close by the singing of
a hymn. Two young men signed
The Bulletin Weekly Summary is
out to-day, and the way copies are
being sold shows that it is an exceed
ingly valuable number. It contains
amongst other things the only com
plete accounts of the races on Ka
inehameha day, the annual meeting
of the Stranger's Friend Society,
tho sermons on Homo and Foreign
Missions, receptions at the Valace
and the combined band concert at
Emma Square. Then there is the
calendar of the Second Circuit
Court, tha full score of the baseball
matches, Central Union Sunday
School picnic aud other interesting
local and foreign news. The edito
rial department is complete and the
week's shipping is given. Be sure
and secure copies before they are all
ANY bills against Ihe undersigned
should be sent in at once to David
Dayton, King Btrci-t.
270 21 Jilts. C. W. BRUCE.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Oman with cleht stons. Suitablo
for EOliool or church. A flno instru
ment. Apply at 57 Punchbowl street,
opposite H. P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
NOMINATIONS will be received by
the Secretary of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to June 30, 1889, as
FUTUH1TY STAKES of 1891-For 2
year olds Hawaiian Bred Horses;
swccpstnlcea of $50, added. First
Installment on naming $5 eacii.
HAWAIIAN DBHUY of 1892-For 3
year olda Hawaiian Bred Horses;
sweepstakes of $100. Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cup added. First installment on
naming $5 each.
The following installments are aleo
due ou June 30, 1889;
Futurity Stakes of 1890, 2nd Install.
ment ,.. $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1690, 2nd Install.
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1891, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
C. O. BERGEH,
275 Ht Secretary H.J. C.
Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
ilEFOIli: Mil. JUSTICE PRESTON.
XN the matter of the Bankruptoy of
A. F. Uooko. Order on petition of
Uankrupt for discharge from his debts.
Upon rend lug and fllinp tho petition
of AMOS FKANUIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Oulni, allowing that mora thun six
months lmvo elapsed sinco he wns ndju.
(limited a bankrupt and praying for a
dischurgc from all li Is debts.
It is ordered that TUESDAY, thc 2nd
day of .July. A. D. 1880, at 10 a. m. of
that duy, at thc Court Itoom in Aliinlani
Hale, Honolulu, bo and is hereby a p.
pointed the time and place for hearing
of said petition when and whero all cre
ditors who have proved their claims
againbl said Hankrupl may appear and
show caubo if any tlioy have why tho
prayer of Biiid liunkrunt should not be
And it is further ordered that notice
ho given by advertisement in tho Daily
Hullktin, published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks, of tho time aud naco of
such hearing and that the Clerk of-the
Supreme Court mail notices of tha time
and place nf such hearing to all ere.
dllorsaf sulci llauknipt who have proved
Justice Supremo Court.
AttCJt: ALVItEI) W. OillTKU,
Second Deputy Cloak,
Dated Honolulu, June 14, 1890. 3)0 Id
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White &
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Trmmings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
KS Immense 3Eted.uction 358
Great Bargains can be obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for th
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during tlie Month of June
AT -25- PER - CEMT - BELOW - COST
Boll Telephone, CO -ia aS?" Mutual JPeleplioue, 3y X
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
(SCOTCH ana IRISH HJCSIKY",
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Vory Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ; -
GBNS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Best Brand iu. tlio Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
III Bulk and Case All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In FinU and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitterg, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollimiri Water, Kuimnela,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfiuidel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Fort, Sherry, Riesling:, Hooks, Eta., Eto.
All of which will ho sold
HOLLISTER & CO,
lOtt FOKT HTJUKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgenU for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, k W. S. KimbU k Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarette.
Aerated Wator Works - 73 Hotel Strk.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
TIIAK EVER -t:
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
Jt DBALKR8 IN-