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WEDNESDAY. FEB. 1C, 1887.
Bktno W II Dlinoml from Sail l-'rnuult co
Stmr 0 It Bishop fiom ICtiual
S 8 Austinlla for Kan I'liincUco, nt noon
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Wiihdcalo for Vnl.iunc, Klhiuc.i
mul lltiniitci, nt noon.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Btmr W O llall-li.'0 bags of awn, 14
bags of coffee, 15 hides, 11 hogs
unci 117 pkjjs of sundries.
Stmr C It Bishop 2,710 bags of sugar.
For Hnn Frnncleco, per b S Australia,
February 10 Cabin: E Ciouch, wlfo
and daughter, Win Bryan. Mrs O A
I Inward, K O llnward, Jin Klrklaml,
Mrs J A Keuncdy and child, Mr J G
Hanks, S B Jlcduu, V HamueWon, It M
Daggett nnd wife, Mrs A Talntcr ntul
daughter, .1 13 Winner nnd a Ife, Geo
Engclliai dt, G It llnyncs and Ife, A
Haas nnd wife, M M lliiril and wife. A
II Smith. Miss .T How land, Mrs Julia
Gullek, S Elnlleh, Itev K O Kills and
wife, Mis Jas Itckuinu nnd wife, It T
Booth nnd wife. Steei.igo: H F Hemp
stead, M Jnolnthe, wlfu and 4 chlldteu,
J Paris and son, Jas Kennedy, 0 Leh
'nuin, w Ife nnd 4 chlldieu, L E Stone,
M W Graydnii, II Langor, Ij Afhmnu,
G B Saylor, II W McDonald. .1 Oliver,
S II Willis, D D Gates,4fc Haslburgcr,
Wm Flulcy, 1(1 rorttig(Rf and 3 Chi
nese. Fioni San Francisco, per W II 1)1
mond, Fein nary 10 Mr ami Mrs Urlt
vlllo, Mis SUvcrbcrg and Mr Newell.
For Molokni, per Mokolll, Febinnry
15 E Jones, Mrs McConlslon, Mrs
Dun and 20 deck.
For Kauai, per Mlkahala, Fcbiunry
15 G N Wilcox," Arthur Johnstono nnd
wife, Mrs M Borgee, E II Anthon, Mr
Garstln, G lions, Mr Brlgstoekc, wife
and child, and about 1)5 deck.
The S S Australia tailed nt noon for
San Finnelsco, taking fiom this pott
.,15,P39 bags of sugar, 0S7 bags of l Ice,
2,'.'04 bundles of bananas, !)! bundles of
sugar-cane, 2 boxes of oranges, 4 boxes
of tai o. 1 bag of coffee, 010 bdls of green
hides, 12 bills of goat sMus, 9 bdls of
eliecp skins, 10 boxes of betel leaves
and 1 bag of coin (gold, 523; silver,
$250). Total valuo of domestic pio
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Hope, Penhallow
Bk Sonoma, How cs
Bk Drottulng Sophia, Svcnsson
Bk C O AVhltmoio, Thompson
Bk Lady Lnnipson, Mmsloii
Bk Zolln, McKay
Bk Maitha Fisher,
Bktue Geo G Perklus, Aekeriuan
Bkttio Kate Flleklngcr, Young
Bktno W U DhnonU, Swift
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakoly, duo here Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlniour, Brewer, sailed fiom
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh baik Hunter, Geo W Jcnka,
fiom tho Lino Islands, duoMnich 10-31.
Am bark Kllkltat, It D Cutler, from
Port Townsend, W T, duo February
Urlt bark Glongabcr, Bollcstou, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davles & Co.
Gcrbark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw schr General Sclgel, from Fi ench
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-!!0.
- Haw bark Titos It Foster, F W Kugg,
from Victoria, B C, duo December
Nor bark P C Patcrspii, from New
castle, N S W, duo Febiuaiy 1-20.
German bark Heiculcs, Jess, Scllaefer,
. & Co. sailed from Glasgow, Deccmoer
18, due April 30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The usual torvices will bo held at
tho churches this evening.
The whaler Josophino sailed this
noon on a whaling voyago to the
Japan and the Okotsk seas.
Two divers wcro busily engaged
this morning, in repairing tho dam
aged copper on tho port bow of tho
steamer W. G. Hall.
Attention is directed to a mortga
gee's notice of sale of land situated at
Keonoulu, to bo sold on tho 23rd
instant by Mr. Lewis J. Levey.
A nr.aui.AK convention of tho
Mystio Lodge, K. of P. will bo held
this evening in Harmony Hall.
Business, Conferring "Knight" rank.
The gold laco and othor orna
mental appendages intended to de
corate tho ofllceis of tho Ivnimilou,
will arrive in Honolulu by tho return
of the S. S. Austiulia.
Mk. C. J, Fisliel exhibited to a
"Bulletin" roportcr tho other dny,
a splendid lot of gloves in all tho
fancy shades of color desired by con
nois8ours in thoso articles.
By tho steamer Wnialonlo, yester
day, it was reported that Kilauea
mill, Kauai, will shortly suspend
operations for about two weeks, to
put in now centrifugals.
Acconnma to tho "Advortiscr," tho
policemen's uniforms tue to bo made
in futuie at tho Station lloiiho, by
ono of tho forco, who is a practical
tailor, and the cost to tho men bo
Mit. L. J. Levey will hold his regular
ensh sale to-moirow morning, at 10
o'clock. Dry goods, sets of single
harness, fresh giocerics, household
furniture, and un elegant bedroom
sot, com pi Iso the articles for sale.
The sailing of tho btenmer Wuiulo
nlo has boon postponed until lo-mor-row
noon. She will piobably run
hereafter on regular timo, sailing on
Thursdays unci returning on Tiius
and culling at Wainnao both
Tun annual mooting of tlio 1. 1. S.
N. Go. will bo hold on tlio 1st pros.
Tun roada nio ready for Alnpai,
but Alnpoi is not ready for tlio roads.
Tin: remains of Mrs. Ocding were
hent to Sun Francisco by tlio steamer
to-day, for Imiial.
lilt) Honor, Mr. Juatico Preston's
olllco 1h being ronovnlcd with u new
set of furniture.
Tiinitr. will bo n business meeting
of tlio Y. M. O. A. to-moirow even
ing nt half-past 7 o'clock.
CAi'TAtN Lnpliam sailed for tlio
Arctic to-day, leaving his sick stewntd
behind in tlio Queen's Hospital.
Williams' viows of thu Lava Flow,
taken by Mr. Thco. Sovcrin, aro on
exhibition nl the photographic gal
lery. "Goon wino needs no Bush," saith
the proverb. Then why send a Bush
to Samoa with fifteen cases of the
best in the mnrket?
Tun Supremo Court has ivwaided
the contract for pt Kiting the fifth
volume of Hawaiian Iteports to tlio
Gazette publishing establishment.
Tin: shippers of sugar per S. S.
Australia this noonwero: Irwin &
Co., 12,188 bags, Widcninnn, 2,072,
and Phillips, 1,210.
Mu. Kosonberg, who was lately
employed by tlio Custom House
authorities as npprniser, wns dis
missed this morning by tho Collector
Tin: barkentine W. II. Diinond,
Swift ,maatcr, which arrived this after
noon, 15 days fiom San Francisco,
bi ought 14!) hogs, seven having died
dining the passage, for Messrs. Burko
Buncii:ss baggage express driver
got one of his feet under the wheel
of tho fctcanier's gang-plank, just
previous to tho departure of the Aus
tiulin, this noon. A number of peo
plo woro on the plank nt tho time.
A runaway horo, with harness
and a pair of shnfts attached, pranc
ed up and down tlio Palatini road, nt
Lelco, last evening, in n reckless
manner, that induced people to movo
out of tho way without hesitation, to
snvo themselves from injury.
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The monthly meeting of the W. C.
T. U. Will bo held in the Y. M. C. A.
Pallors on Thuisdny afternoon of this
week nt hnlf-piist two o'clock. All
the members of the Union nro re
qucstctl to be present and a cordial
invitation is extended to tho Blue
Wiikji the niato of tho' whaler
Josephine went to rcscuo the drown
ing sailor, lust Monday, after tho
collision of the tug with tho pilot
boat, the sailor, in his stiugglcs,
ginbbed tlio mate's wntchchnin nnd
jerked out tho watch. The chain
bioko and tho watch sank to tho
bottom of tho sea. Tho time piece
was of gold nnd was valued nt $120.
At tlio store of M. Molncrny,
comer of Fort and Merchant streets,
may bo sccu tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
over shown in this city. Black
dross coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom made work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect theso nnd satisfy
themselves. The prices are very
modct ate for such choice goods.
Call and see them.
LATEST FROM THE VOLCANO.
Wilder'8 Steamship Company have
received intelligence from Mr. Maby,
ui mu vuiuiiuu iiuuoe, jviiiiucu, lu
tho 12th instant. On the night of
the 10th and 11th, the light around
Ilalcmaumau was more brilliant
than it had been since the out-break
on Mauna Loa, up to that time. Tho
crater was active, and increasing in
activity. Tho rainfall for tho week
was 10i inches. The highest regis
ter of Hie themomcter for the same
period was C0, and the lowest
A LITTLE INCIDENT.
A littlo incident, the reverse of
agreeable, occurred to Mr. George
Lucas, proprietor of tho Honolulu
Planing Mills, during yesterday.
Mr. Lucas and another gentleman,
Mr. Riley, were in a buggy near
Brewer's whurf. Tho horse became
restive, and backed the buggy over
a pile of material of some kind or
other. Both the occupants were
thrown out, nnd both slightly hurt,
out not seriously. Mr. Lucas re
ceived a nasty abrasion over one
eye. In the ovoning, however, bo
was moving around as lively as a
cricket, and cracking jokes like the
end men at a minstrel show.
THE DOCTOR'S HEAD IS SOUND.
Mr. A. Morgan, D. V. S., that is,
Doctor of Vehicle Surgery, 79 and
81 Kin" street, says he has no in
tention of paying liabilities incurred
in his name without bis consent, nnd
therein his bead is sound. Not only
is tlio doctor's head sound, but ho
is just the man to mako a damaged
carriage sound, while you aro won
dering how it is to be done. A
goutlemau applied to him yesterday
for repairs to his faco, but Morgan
referred him to Dr. McKibbln, tell
ing tho gentleman that be did not
practise on human faces, and assur
ing him at Jtlio same time that a
sprained shaft or a cracked wheel
was in the lino of bis practice, and
would bo healed in a jiffy under bis
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
AT KAUMAPU'IM CItUltClt.
Tho last but not the least of tho
scries of meetings held in connection
with Mr. Booth's mission took place
last evening at thu ICiiumaknplll
Church. His Honor the Chief Jus
tice presided. Tho llev. J. Wai
amau, llov. C. M. Hyde, D. D.,
llev. J. A. Crtizan, Mr. Henry
Watcrhouse, Mr. S. D. Fuller, and
a number of ladies took part in the
opening and closing exercises, ic
cording names and investing those
who came forward with tlio badge.
Mr. W. L. Wilcox interpreted for
Mr. Booth to the perfect satisfaction
of all concerned. About eighty
signed the pledge, bringing tlio total
enrollment at the three meetings at
Kaumakapili Church up to nearly
three hundred, besides about one
hundred and fifty others who took
The departure of the S. S. Aus
tralia this day, was iuteicsting as
usual, probably a little more so.
Lois and bouquets were abundantly
bestowed on tho voyagers, amongst
whom was a large proportion of
ladies. Hon. Mr. Daggett and Mrs.
Daggett woro literally weighed down
with lloriculturcaitistically entwined
around their necks, as also Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Booth and many othci s.
Tho nbsenco of the band as the
steamer glides away from the
wharf, causes a more melancholy
nspect than us.inlly pervades the
air on these special occasions, but
this was to-day in a measure com
pensated for by a glorious day, a
temperate heat fanned by a moder
ate tradewind, and n consequent
prospect of line w catlier. As the
Australia swung round to the buoy,
and presented u full length view to
spectntoi s on the wharf, a looker-on
exclaimed "Isn't she a perfect pic
The British bark Zoila, now dis
charging coal near tho P. M. S. S.
wharf, does not possess a leinniknblo
history. She was built at Quebec,
some 13 yenrs ago, by a Fronch
Cnntulinn, for the lumber tiado be
tween Quebec and Havre, France.
After Bovernl lumber voyages be
tween tho above port", sho went into
the East India trade, and liar subse
quently traded in nearly all paits of
the globe. Just befoio coming hero,
shecairicd n load of lumber fiom
Puget Sound to Sydnoy. Fiom
Sydney sho went to Newcastle, N. S.
W., to load for Honolulu. Tho Zoila
is a wooden vessel, bark rigged. Sho
is 190 feet long, 38 feet beam, 20 feet
depth of hold, and D32 tons register.
Her carrying capacity of dead weight
is about 1,500 tons. The vessel is
owned in London, wheio two years
and three months ago she was re
classed for 0 years. Tho Captain,
McKny, a Scotchman, and tlio uiiito,
nn Englishman, mo mnkiug their fust
voyage in tho Zoilu and nro not
thoioughly familiar with tho vessel's
history. As fur us known, sho has
never been dismasted or wiecked,
and has never done anything to give
her a place in histoiy. Tlio Zoila,
nftor discharging here, will either
tako sugar to San Fiancisco, or go to
tho Sound for lumber.
The earthquake and tho lava flow
excitement has about died out. A
few light shocks of the former havo
been felt during the week, hut no
thing to cause alarm, and most
people have regained their equili
Mauna Loa still wears her mantle
of snow, and is a nicer sight to view
at the present time than during the
days it was belching forth its (ire mid
smoke, and giving such a weird,
sombre look to the whole landscape.
Tho Rev. Baker of Hilo, with a
guide, left Ainapo on Sunday the
Gth instant, to mako the ascent to
Mokuaweowco, and icturncd on Fri
day, having spent the interval on
the mountain. Great uneasiness was
felt hero at his long absence, as his
intention was to roturn in a couple
of days. If they had not returned
on Friday, a search party would
have been despatched to bunt them
Wo have had quite cold weather
here since the suow fall on Mauna
The rain fall for the month has
been good. So far 0 1)7-100 inches,
and all tho cane is looking remark
Tho work of repairing lcscrvoirs,
etc.; damaged by tho earthquakes,
is going rapidly on and everything
will soon be in order again.
Pallida, Kau, Feb. 13, 1887.
AT CHAMBEltS URtOltr. JUDD, O. J.
Tuesday, Feb. 15th.
In re Makauhana et al. vs Pun ct
al., ejectment. Hearing by consent
in vacation, jury waived. Heard,
argued and submitted. Oral deci
sion for plaintiffs, written decision
to be filed. W. A. Kiniicy for
plaintiffs, Holokahiki and Knuu for
In equity, S. W. Wlllfong vs. J.
II. Paty. Set for hearing on March
7tb. S. B. Dole for plaintiff, V, M.
Hatch for defendant.
In probate, cstato of Unea.
Appeal to jury. Proponent's motion
for a new tiial argued and submitt
ed. Ordered that motion ho denied.
Holokahiki and Knuo for proponent,
W. A. Kluuoy for contestant.
unpont: am. justich piiesto.v.
In piohntu, guardianship of
rnkuakini (k), minor. Ordered
that L. A. Thurston be guardian of
tho properly of said minor under
at ciiAJtnmt utsroui: nickeuton, .t.
In re Kstalc of J. II. Wlcke of
Honolulu, deceased, continued from
14th Inst. The Court heard the ap
plication of Mrs. Johaiine Wlcke
tho widow, praying for the admis
sion to probate of her husband's
will. The Couit after sallsfactoiy
proofs of its execution admitted tlio
will to probate and ordcied that let
ters testamentory issue to tho peti
tioner under $500 bond. The sub
scribing witnesses were Drs. llrodie
and Trousseau who bolh.agrccd that
testator was of sound mind. De
ceased left as heirs seven cliildieu,
all but one residing in Honolulu.
The will devises solely to tho widow,
tho heirs having no objection to its
admission to probate. The pro
perty of the estate consists of a
hotiso lot on Alakca street, furniture
and cabinet maker's tools, the pro
bable valuo of which exceeds the
sum of S5.000. Hon. S. B. Dole
appeared for the application.
In re Kstato of Kawai (w) of Ho
nolulu, deceased. Petition of Kc
awckolona the husband, for probate
of will, continued fiom 1 lth inst.
No objection being offoicd and sat
isfactory proofs being adduced tho
will was admitted to probnle. De
ceased was an old and lcspcctcd
woman, and owned in iter own right
a piece of real cstato on Emma
street, the estimated value of which
is 500. As there is no personal
propci ty to administer on, tho
Court deemed it unnecessary to
issue letters testamentory. Hon. A.
Rosa for the petitioner.
From a home paper it appears
that there is a movement among old
colonists in England for a leform of
the nomenclature of the several
colonies. It is said a rose by any
other name would binoll as sweet,
nevei tlieless there is a good deal in
a name; as tho Vandcmoninns
thought when the' desired to get
rid of "Dicmcn," as sounding sus
piciously suggestive of tho dark
past, nnd adopted the prettier mid
more sweetly-sounding name of
"Tasmania." Wo have nothing
much to complain of in our own de
signation of ''New Zealand," and
possibly our associations and our
pleasant partialities would make us
cling to the name, though "Zealan
dia," as suggested, would bo moro
compact, and ultimately would bo
regarded ns being more appropriate.
But "New South Wales" is par
ticularly cumbersome, and awkward
in manipulation, and as unmeaning
and inappropriate as it is unhandy.
As a country, It bears no rescm
blanco to South Wales or any othor
part of AVnles; and what the peo
ple ought to call themselves, or in
what form they aro to write them
selves on the page of history, must
be a puzzle. Arc they "New South
Walcrs," or "New ' South "Wales
Men," or "New South Welshmen,"
or for short will they ultimately
come to be known as their horses
in India merely ns tho "Walcrs?"
Tho obvious inaptness of this desig
nation must surely bo a thorn in
their sido, and it is a wonder that
they have not been provoked into a
determined effort to w ipe out tho
barbarous nomenclature. The "dis
tinguished colonists" nt home, who
troubling themselves over the mat
ter have suggested the namo of
"Mercia," which, as tho ancient
name of Wales would pcrscrvo a
certain amount of continuity. But
the objection might ho raised that
the New South Wnlcs people nro
sensitive on the eaily history of
their country, and the tcim bus
such a suspicious resemblance to
"mercy" that it would come to bo
looked on as commemorative of the
pardon of criminals, nnd be n bar
sinister on tho national escutcheon.
"Wcssex" has been suggested
for Western Australia, "Sussex"
for South Australia, and "Norlhum
bria" for tho new colony that is
shortly to be created in the north of
the continent. But what a poveity
of conception it shows when men
deeming themselves warranted in
thinking of sqch things at all feel
bound to make a facrvilo copy of
existing ami most inappiopiiato
names. "Victoria," "Tasmania,"
and "Queensland" nro as becoming
as they me euphonious; Ictus hope
that through tho meanness of con
ception ,of tlio godfathers and god
mothers of tho lcmaining colonics,
their future inhabitants will not be
buithened with what often is a veil
table disability, like children, who
when they coiuo to think aro lost in
wonder and in indignation as to how
ever any body cauio to give them
such a name. N. Z. Herald.
The turtlo soup nt tho Lord
Mayor's banquet cost iM00.
Pnris consumes over 2,000,000 of
tho 7,000,000 larks killed every
year in Fiance.
Upwards of 200 soldiers who were
concerned in the lecent attempted
military revolt in Spain have been
sentenced to imprisonment for life.
In consequence of tho outbreak of
small-pox in Australia, tlio New
Zealand Government havo issued
stringent quarantine regulations.
Tho Leisuro Hour says that Jews,
or men of Jewish descent edit all tho
great journals of Paris, including
tho Debuts and Figaio, and 1111 tho
chief places in the (Jovcriimcnt.
i min i urn-m t .WMquuwrainUfcuwite
S PERRY'S No 1 Familv Flour Is
olluml for sale y QONSALVK8 &
CO , Qiictn Street. 01
170R COOKS OR
Ml A, Co. No
JL King un J. II. liiow
ehaige to employer.
ivjl, Jiuuiui m.
'VIEWS f tho f.-ivi Flow of U87,
Y I'roni Negatives Hindu on the numd
day of the eruption, showing the col.
mini of lavn at the source crater, may
bo Keen nt tlio Photograph llooms of J.
GONSALVi:-, 13'l Fori St. Hi
WE HAVE Jiht rtcelMd icr Aus
trallanniiw lot of AilUts' JIa-tr-ililj,
lit ony Wuru, Urn kit-, CiUnrt
Frame, ltititlc I'muh v, lI," And we
are belter picparcd than ocrtoinalte
Cornices nnl Picture Frnine3, liaWng
tho Hrgc3t u.id bit selected stock or
MtmlilitiK In thu Kingdom liisa
HltOS.' M!T &T01I1: 01
I)u. Flint's Hi:aut J1i:mi:iy is a
Specific for nil forms of llcait Dis
caso and nlstt for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. 351
Patiionizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingley, Cigar
Mauufiictuu'r, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, wheio ho is picpared to fill all
ordeis nt tho lowest possible whole
Kilo prices. Island oiders solicited
nnd piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is lespect fully invited to
tho fact "no license is lcquiied" to
sell these eigais. Do not foiget the
11111110 J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Ciystnl Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
Australian fail Service.
l-'OK SAX F1CAXCISCO,
'J ho now and lino Al steel ste unship
Of tlio OccinicSteninMiln Company, will
Lo due at Honolulu from Sydney
mid AueMind om or about
March I lth, 1087,
And will leave for tin aboc port with
mulls and p.i'.siugers on or about that
for f i eight or p.is.:igi, hninr'SU.
PKKlOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. MAVJ.Ii ft CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho n lw nnd tine Al steel steamship
Of thu Oceanic Ktiamihlp Cmup my, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or a Lout
February 19th, 1887
And will hnvu piompt dhpitch with
mills and p.iiscngcis fi r tliuuhnvc port'.
For freight or pnsaco, having BU.
PEltlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
t;7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Tlio well-known Al Iron Stcunelilp
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
W. II. COUH, Commander,
Will (till for Yokohama and Hongkong
on or about the
MARCH 12th, '87,
OU'eriug superior accommodations
BT For Ficluhtnml Passage, apply to
II. IIACKFEL1) & CO.,
ISO tf AgeiiU l'.iclllo Jh.ll S. S. Co.
Thu Pantheon Suiblts will run dully
an Omnibus known ns
Deglmilng WEDNESDAY, Januiuy 19
ie87. Thu Mill will sta i from Iliu fool
of I'oit Bticel, -i rnoi of (Juieu, go along
Foil to ISerelonli, Hera mlii.to Numinu,
mid thence up ihu Aenuu to Paty'iioUl
place. Following In thu timo tabic
I2itm Jt. .
0:10 a. i.
18:45 v. it.
tor Yokolmma&IIoiig Kong n
Ill BUS LIE
0.00 a.m. Hi30a. ji.
10.r0 " 10:U) "
12:10 v. ji, 1S:45 r. m.
a .oo " 'Jt.io "
1,00 ' 4:!.0
fi:!l() 7:10 "
:10 " 0:10 "
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Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and For Goodi at Wholesale and Betail.
F. HORN, - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and OrnamenUr in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but are made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and OKNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which defies Imitation and fully utain a twenty-three yeara' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German FaBtrie
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Bread Delivered, Kvery Dny to all parts ef the City.
Steam Made Ice Cream
At Sil.00 for one, and $5.00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Egg
Custard. It Is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
j made without Starch or Gelatine,
l'ttrcbt anil Cheapest Ico Cream in'Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Inctory, Storo and loo Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Betwcon Fort & Naaanu. ? Both TelefANMa le. f 4. M
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
tho above Rrowiry
the First Prizes I
of 1685 and 1E8G
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and acknowledged to be the Kicheit,