Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY, MAX 10, 1887.
titmr Lehua from Namnktia
l.ikcllki! fjfim Koliulul
Stmr okolll from Molokttl
Stmr Mlknhala from Kauai
Stiur Jus akee from Kiuiiil
Scbr Lcnhl Iron) lhuialcl
SMir ivnute from Luupahoehoo
Seur Wui.ill from Kuan
Sclir Wide u from Vu alim
Sehr Mnry from llamuMta
Wclir llidcnkala from I'epcekco
Hehr Mlllu Munis from Kool.m
Sehr Sarah mid Kllzn from Kooltut
Sehr Kiilniuami from llimiakim
Ilk l'oret Queen for San Francisco
Stmr Wahduiilu for Knnnt
Stmr Klnan for tlio Volcano mid way
ports, at 4 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr W S Ilowno for San Fianelsco
Stmr Llkcllke for Kaliiilnl and by-ports
Stmr Lelnia for llaniiikua at p m
Stmr Mokolll for Mt.lokal at p m
Stmr Iwulimi for Labalna and Hainakua
at 8 a m
S tmr Mlkabala for Kauai nt 5 p in
Scbr Canute for Onoinca, Puukiui ami
Sehr Walehu forWnlanae and Walaltia
Sclir Waloll for Kuan
From Kauai, pur utmr Mlkabala, May
IB It A Maelle, Jr, S W Wilcox wlfo
and son, Dr M Grossman, J X S W 11
llains, Captain .) Kibllng, G C ! Hoff
caard, M G Kolca, .1 II Cooke. Miss 0
JIassfortb, 8 Cblncso and 72 deck.
For Snn Francllco per bark Forest
Queen, May ICtli-l W Hlngler, Misses
(a) lllnjley, .1 Credlford, Misses (j)
lYcrtiforif, J Mltcbell and Col bam
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Scbr Canute H.710 bagi of sugar
Scbr Waloll 1,00 bags of sugar
Sehr Wnlehu-iiOO bags of sugar,
1100 bags paddy
Stmr Makce 2,057 bags of sugar, and 8
Stmr Mlkabala 5,55.". bags of sugar,
S00 pkgs pla, 102 bides, and ail
cattlo , .
Stmr Mokolll 120 bags of sugar, li
cattle, and 15 sheep
Stmr Lebua 2,500 bags of sugar
Stmr Llkeliko-GOO bags of sugar
The bark Forest Queen was towed to
sen tbls afternoon for San Francisco,
with 14,508 bags of sugar and 110
bundles of bananas, weighing 1,71)0,
a72 lbs, valued at 971,022.04.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Ceylon. Calhoun
Ilk Glcngaber, Kolleston
Bk Sonoma, Grlllltbs
Bk Hercules, Bless
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Itktno S X Castle, Hubbard
Scbr W S Bowne, Blubm
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
Urit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Hnttie S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, duo April 10-U0
Am bktne John W6rstcr, from Xana
. tmo, B C, due May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xew
York March 20, duo September D-30
Am bk C O Wbltraore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo Slay 20-U0
j i -si
MAGOOX AFOXG At the residence
of the bride's parents, Saturday even
ing, May 24th, bv the Kov. J. A. Cru
zau, .T. Alfred Magoon, to Einellnc,
(laughter of Mr. O. Along. Xo cards.
At Hllo, Hawaii, on Wednesday May
11 th, dames 1). Mills, aged 71 years.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Tcmplo of Fashion lias for snlo
A i-ady udvertisrs for a situation as
nurso or housekcoper.
Hawaiian rico for family
advertised for sale by Messrs.
fold & Co.
A mketino of the Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club will be held at their
house on Wednesday next at 1 v, M.
Mil. J. Hilbus, foimerly mato of
tho steamer W. G. Hall, has been
appointed boatswain of tho Kaimiloa
in place of Harris.
A notiok ordering every member
of tho Honolulu Killes to report at
tho Armory this evening at 7:30
o'clock is advertised.
Tin: frame buildings known as tho
Astor House, Hotel street, will bo sold
at auction by Messrs. E. J. Adams it
Co., at noon to-morrow, on tho spot.
Mit. V. Horn has a board on Mr
Luce's fence, Merchant street, setting
forth thu manufactures of tho 1'ioucer
llakcry and Candy Factory.
Tm: adjourned meeting of British
residents, in connection witii tho
jubilee movement, will bo held at tho
British Club this evening, beginning
at 8 o'clock.
Mil. Lewis J. Levey will soil at
noon to-morrow, at Kalihi, oxen,
bullock dray, iintl chains, belonging
to tho estate of tho lato Domingo
The Board of Health authorities
liavo furnished all tho local physicians
with fresh vaccino virus, received by
tho last stenmor, and all the country
physicians will bo supplied as oppor
tunities of sending occur.
Coi Bam. N'on lit linn Konun fiiliine;
on the bntk Jtyrcit Queen.
That box of plininphlets ennio ad
drusaud to the "Hawaiian Ujauttu."
Mn. John W. Kalua lias bought n.
blacksmith's shop in tlio district of
Wniluku and has appointed Mr. Chas.
1). Cockutt as manager.
Coi.ont.i. S. Xorris has left at this
olllee, for its special benollt, a collec
tion of valuable imperii, fur which wo
tender him our warmest thanks.
At the Emma Square Concert this
evening, Mona. Chits. Michlels will
play the Kaimiloa l'olka, h composi
tion of his own, between thu II if I and
second purls of the concert.
Tin: Kaimiloa mado bur 1 rial trip
on Saturday afternoon, going out to
Diamond Head and back. Under
steam, without the aid of sails, she
made 5. J- knots per hour, which is said
to be satisfactory. Thu machinery is
reported to have worked well.
Mil. U. T. Uuliok places on the
market to-day two valuable proper
tied. The first is a huge lot of land
ut tlio corner of Fort and School
streets. The other is a prolltablo
fish pond. Full particulars may bo
procured at Mr. Guliek'H agency.
Tin: Hon. W. C. 1'nrke, assignee of
tho bankrupt estalo of J. Lyons, hav
ing tiled his final accounts before tho
lion. E. Preston, will, on Monday
next apply for a discharge from all
liability as such assignee and for an
order to make a final dividend.
II. M. S. Training and Surveying
Vessel Kaimiloa will sail to-monoiv
morning punctually at'.) o'clock. The
ltoyal Hawaiian Band will bo station
ed at tlio l'acilic Mail wharf, when
the public will havo an opportunity
of seeing tlio little vessel proceed to
A MDKTiN'n of icsident Masons of
Honolulu is called for to-morrow
evening at tho Hawaiian Lodge at
7 :30 o'clock, for tho purpose of de
vising ways and means for entertain
ing tho Grand Master of California,
and other Masons to arrive per S. S.
Mit. J. A. Magoon was united in
holy matrimony on Saturday even
ing last to Emelinc, daughter of Mr.
C. Along. The Bcv. .1. A. Cruznn
performed the ceremony at tho resi
dence of tho bride's parents, the only
spectators being the immediate re
latives of tlio contracting parties.
Congratulations to tho happy pair
arc extended by tho Bulletin with
good wishes for their future pros
perity. The St. Louis Band played at tho
Palace on Saturday afternoon, from
one till four o'clock, under tho con
ductorsliip of their regular instructor,
Brother Bernaid. Tho Band played
remarkably well, and was much
admired by the listeners. Its olli
ciency certainly rellccts credit on tho
Brothers, on whom devolves 'tho duty
of training. After playing, the boys
partook of a sumptuous repast, and
returned to tho college extremely
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening,
commencing nt 7:U0 o'clock. The
following i3 tho programme:
March Tannbauscr Wagner
Overture I nblgenla Gliick
Waltz La Gltaua Buecalos I
Beinlnlsceiiees of Meyerbeer.... Godfrey
Selection Grand Duchess.. .Offenbach
Ballad La Paloma Klvas
Sebottlseh Hightly on tlio Mash.. end
Waltz J tibilcc Coote
Monday, Maj' ICth.
Nine drunks paid the usual penalty
Two cases of assault and battery
remanded until the 17th instant.
A nativo hack driver was convic
ted of violating Rule 25 of tho car
riage regulations, and fined $5 nud
his hack driving license cancelled.
A SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE.
A gentleman residing in a cottage
on Berctania street, not far from the
Hawaiian Hotel, reports a very sus
picious circumstance. Tho gentle
man was disturbed from sleep late
one night last week, by a noise
which conveyed the impression that
someone wa3 trying to effect an
entranco to tho cottage. After
listening awhile, thu location of the
noise was discovered to bo undoubt
edly on the roof. Continuing to
listen attentively, ho distinctly heard
a man go off the roof, then a second,
n third, and a fourth. From this it
would appear that quite a gang of
fellows had agreed upon committing
mischief. No attempt was mado,
however, to effect an entrance.
According to tho inmate's state
ment, lie was a little annoyed, but
not at all alarmed, by hearing a man
go off his roof. It is annoying when
one wants to sleep to have mangoes
perpetually falling from tin over
hanging tree, and rattling off ono's
THE LATE J. D. MILLS.
J. 1). Mills, a notice of whoso
demise, may be seen in another
column, was born in England ou
June ilth 1816. Ho canio to these
Islands in 1852 nud settled ut Ililo.
Theru ho started a dry goods store,
which became a prosperous concern,
although it was opened only when
tho owner was in tlio humor to trans
act business. Mills was very eccen
tric, but well liked ; ho was noted
for his honesty, Oftcinvuen weary
looking lor curios. lie mid :i
reat fondness for birds, and lind
at the time of his dentil u vpl ndid
collection of them. Among the birds
is a vliigle?3 Hawaiian bird, said to
bo tbe only one in the countiy, and
the last relic of t- at kind. Tho
deceased went to the Centennial, in
'7(1, the only time that ho left these
islands after Ids lirst arrival. J. I).
iMlll3 was, nt tbe time of his death
nearly 71 years oil. lie had been
suffering from Internal derange
ment for the last five months of his
life. A brother at Cape Colony,
and a sister in Aiistuilln are tho only
known i datives of the deceased.
PRESENTED TO THE LIBRARY AND
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION BY
A. J. CARTWRICHT, ESQ.
The Inconstant Lady. A Play
by Aurthur Wilson Esq. Oxford
Notes and Queries; July 1873 to
June 1877; London 8 vols. July
1877; :) vols unbound.
Diigdalc's Monasticau Anglica
nutn; illustrated. London 1 Got!.
A Series of Fourteen Sketches
made during tlio voyage up Welling
ton Channel in search of Sir John
Franklin by Commander Walter
May It. N. London 18uo.
A Tour through tho Tniirida or
Crimea the Ancient Kingdom of
Ilosphorus, by Mrs. Maria Guthrie
Jcrrv McAtilcy, his Lifo and
Woik." New York 1887.
THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICUL
TURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW.
The animal show of the It. II.
A. Society was held on Saturday at
the Government Nursery Grounds
ou King street. Compared with
former years, tlio exhibits were par
ticularly meagre in quantity, but in
quality they were excellent. After
mid-day a few visitors arrived, and
they continued to increase in num
bers until 1 r. si. about which hour
the largest gathering was present.
Tho appointment of judges was un
fortunately left to a late hour, the
selection finally resting upon Messrs.
Henry "Waterhouse, W. R. Castle,
and W. S. Forsyth.
In the matter of deciding the
quality of the butter, two lady ex
perts woro called in to their aid in
the persons of Mrs. J. O. Carter and
Mrs. W F. Allen. The homo made
butter of Mrs. J. M. Whitney was
awarded the first prize, the second
falling to Miss May Waterhouse,
whilo the piizo for the best firkin of
dairy made butter, fell to the Ahui
Tho judges proper then turned
their attention to
Division 1 Horticulture.
It comprised specimens of Horti
culture, prominent amongst which
were a large variety of ferns (J. N.
Robinson), 20 varieties of palms (A.
Jaeger), varieties of fruits (H. R.
Macfarlanc), a mammoth bouquet
exhibited by Mrs. A. Jaeger, (first
prize), (and second prize to Princess
Kaiulani), flowering cocoa nuts in
two varieties exhibited by Mrs. V.
Ward, Antliurium, Mrs. S. C. Allen,
Bigonias, Mr. S.'C. Allen, Crotons,
A. Jaeger. Now Cocoanuts, Mrs.
V. Ward. Bananas, II. R. Macfar
lanc. Mumniic Apples, Antone
George. Mammoth Squash, R. N.
Mossman. Red Gunvas, Mrs. A.
Jaeger. Caladiums, Mrs. S. C.
Allen. Floral wreath, Princess Ka
iulani. Sapota pears and cacao,
Mrs. T. II. Foster. China oranges,
Rose apples, Mrs. C. W. Chamber
lain (special). Mangoes, Major
Division 3 Agriculture.
Fodder plants, II. R. Macfarlanc
Division -1 Domestic Manufac
tures. Best display, llollister & Co.
"Mokihana," Hawaiian perfume,
llollister & Co. Pharmaceutical pre
parations, llollister & Co. Cocoa
nut bowls, Mrs. A. N. Tripp. Koa
calabash, Mrs. V. Ward. Boys and
girls straw lints, Mrs. Alice Mctcalf.
Men's hats, Miss Maria Lane. Pic
ture frames and pantiles, King Bios.
Wood carving, King Bros.
Division 5 Poultry and Birds.
Hawaiian geeso and young, J. N.
Division!) Miscellaneous Piciclks.
Mrs. J. A. Hassinger. Guava
jelly, Mrs. C. W. Chamberlain. Red
guava jelly, Mrs. A. Jaeger. Panama
hat straw, A. Jaeger (special).
The exhibits in general were ex
cellent in character, and wero de
serving of better patronage. On
entering tho building, thu tabic to
the right immediately caught tho
visitors' attention, being profusely
laden with a variety of goods from
the local manufactory of Messrs.
llollister & Co., a specialty amongst
which was thu Hawaiian perfume,
"Mikihnita." A little further along,
the products tho homo were numer
ous and varied, comprising butter.
Jellies, pickles, fruits &c. Next
came some beautiful specimens of
frame work and pantiles, the hand
work of Messrs. King Ilros. all of
which wero greatly admired. On
tho opposite side, the exhibits of
Mr. J. N. Robinson nnd Master
Hills, caught the eye, comprising
Hawaiian geeso with young, and
several young bantams. Roses of
the highest classes were placed on
exhibition by Mr. Carl Willing. The
show of hats, boys and girls', was
largo and creditable, exhibiting
wonderful skill in the manipulation
of tho several kinds of straw. The
bananas shown by Mr. II. R. Mac
farlanc, wero extremely large, and
Of lUlUlllliHS, Mill! Wnllltl
Mini', ami cr off Into
wuru n valuable ndjiiuut of tbo o.tlil
bltlnn. Mr. A. Jaeiror'i pnlui",
about llfty in munlicr, which be pre
sented to the fcoeiely, merited well
de-en cd praise, as also did Mm.
Allt-n's caladiuuis, bigonias find
ntithuriutns; Mr. I'obinsou's orchids,
both in flower and ferns, and Mrs.
C. O. Herger's maiden's hair fern,
Princess Kaiuhini's cut flowers, Mr.
Jaeger's crotons and n piizo bouquet
by Mrs. Jaeger, weru greatly admir
ed. The palms placed on exhibition
were sold by public auction for the
benefit of the society's funds, the
amount realized being about 8150.
This was Mr. Jaeger's present.
The band phucd throughout the
day, and nil who vNited the show,
felt that they were indebted to the
Society, and also to the ImVy nud
gentlemen contributors for providing
so handsomely for their eiitcitnin-ineut.
CHANGES ON THE INTER-ISLAND
A number of changes among the
captains, chief olllcers and chief
engineers of the Inter Island Steam
Navigation Company havo been
made. The resignation of Captain
Hall, lately master of the Mlktihalu,
the retirement of J. Hilbus, form
erly chief olllccr of the steamer
Hall, and the resignation of Mr.
Johnston, now superintending Engi
neer of Wilder' 9 S. S. Co., has most
likely caused the following changes
to the probable satisfaction of tho
appointees, as nearly all the new
appointments are promotions:
Captain Freeman, lately master of
the Iwalaui, takes command of tho
Mikabala ; Captain Weir, lately of
the Walalcale, takes the Iwalaui;
Captain Campbell, of the Jas. Ma
kce, takes the Waialcale; Captain
Macaulay, lately of the schooner
Kaulilua, takes the Makce, and
Captain Chaney continues ou the
The chief olllcers: Everett, of tho
Makce, to the Hall ; Patterson, from
second to first olllccr of the Iwalaui ;
Guyan from the Waialcale to Mika
bala; Hall, from second of Mika
bala to first of Waialcale; Fisher,
from second to first of Makee. No
change in the chief ofllccrship of
Chief engineers: Harry Wolton,
from chief of the Iwnlani to chief of
the Hall ; C. Wall, from chief of
the Bishop to chief of the Iwalaui ;
B. Norton from chief of the Makee
to chief of Bishop ; J. Leach, from
lirst assistant to chief on the Alakcc.
Mr. Daible, lately first olllccr of the
Mikabala, has been appointed mas
ter of the schooner Kaulilua.
Whalers that have recruited at
this port since the 1st of January,
and the date of their sailing from
Bk. Sea Breeze, Capt. A. L.
Simmons, sailed Jay. 7th.
Bk. Ohio, J. H. Knowles, sailed
Bk. Josephine, E. B. Lapham,
sailed Feb. lGth.
Bk. J. A. Howland, W. J.
Sliockley, sailed Feb. 28th.
Bk. K. F. Herrman, Hamilton,
sailed Mar. 3rd.
Bk. Win. Bayles, II. B. Mon
tross, sailed March 11th.
Bk. Lancer, Joseph Whiteside,
sailed Mar. 11th.
Bk. Flectwing, II. M. Gifford,
sailed, Mar. 12th.
Bk. Wanderer, S. P. Smith, sailed
Bk. Reindeer, J. G. Baker, sailed
Bk. Northern Light, Baker, sailed
Bk. Andrew Hicks, D. B. Adams,
sailed Mar. Ilth.
Bk. Hunter, B. Cogan, sailed
Bk. Abraham Barker, J. B. To
bey, sailed Mur. IGth.
Bk. Stambotil, John Kccnau,
sailed Mar. Kith.
Bk. Eliza, E. Keliey, sailed Mar.
Bk. Helen Mar, W. B. Ellis,
sailed Mar. 21th.
Bk. Francis Palmer, F. A.
Barker, sailed Mar. 27th.
Bk. Alary & Susan, E. B. Fisher,
sailed April Gth.
Bk. Ohio, Geo. K. Allen, sailed
THE GREAT EASTERN.
According to the Home News,
there seems to bo no end to the
vicissitudes of fortune through
which the Great Eastern is passing.
Not long ago she was sold by auc
tion in Liverpool for a ridiculously
small sum and her purchasers,- it
was stated, proposed lilting her out
for the Australian trade. This
transaction, however, was never
completed, and unless -something
(piitc unforeseen takes place sho
will again play tlio undignified part
of a floating music hall. It has
been stated, however, that by a
comparatively moderate outlay tho
Great Eastern might bo made thu
finest trading ship in tho world. It
is also suggested that thero is a
good case for investigation and in
quiry as to the prospects of success
for such a vessel Hi tlio Australian
Undo, and that tho opinion of mer
chants in Sydney nml Melbourne
ought to bo obtained. There are
two splendid harbors into which she
can always get namely, Milford
Haven and Sydney and sho could
trade between theso two ports. The
great ship could bo relieved of an
onormous weight by the removal
of her paddle engines and boilers,
giving her thus a largo stowage
space. Sho could be used both as a
cargo and an omlgrnit idilp, tlio
upper part being utilized for emi
grants and tho lower decks for
cargo, of which it is estimated she
could carry 20,000 tons. Assuming
that the Great Eastern could attain
a speed of thiiteon hunts, which is
quite probable, slio would he a3 fast
an any, snvo a few of I bo later addi
tions to the Auli-iillan fleet. Not
withstanding the bad luck which
has from the lirst attended the
great ship, she ought not even now
to be regarded as an utter failure.
She was at the first specially built
for the Australian trade, and it is
to be hoped, may yet have a brigtit
future befoie her.
THE COXING YOUNC LADIES OF
It is not society girls only, but
shop-girls, type-writers, and even
mothers of families, who take part
in the exercise of boxing. A Boston
paper says : "At a well known dry
goods palace in this, city the room
given up to its feiunlo employees for
luncheon purposes is transformed
almost nveiy day at noon hour into
a boxing school, where the girls
meet in friendly content, or spend a
brief period in pounding a huge foot
ball. Such exercise is tendered
dilllcult, and to some extent unde
sirable, by tho fact that tlio young
women arc not properly dressed for
the sport. At the regular schools,
however, a dress something like a
bathing suit is worn. A tightly
blown football, fastened pendant
from a hook in tlio ceiling by n piece
of rope, is generally the object of
attack, and around this tho fair
young girls dance like so many
Coinmnnclie Indians, striking out
first with the left, catching the
leather sphere squarely in the centre
then, on the recoil, sending it spin
ning again with a clever upper cut
or a cross-counter, each time duck
ing so as to avoid a blow in the
face as it comes back to its original
position. Consequent upon the
little use to which Indies usually
put their left band, they experience
considerable trouble in mastering
some of the feints, guards and
leads ; but what they lack in this
particular is largely made up in
their suppleness of limb, and when
once tho 'obstinate left hand' be
comes educated, tho points mado Uy
the female sparrer are more deft,
clearer, and more certain than those
usually made by men. The reverse
gum d and retreat, however, seem to
come natural to women ; but their
greatest trouble is in breathing.
One minute's excrciso will send a
young lady to her corner pulling and
blowing as if she had run half a
mile, and it lakes a long time for
them to learn how to breathe. The
double guard is another tiling that
comes almost instinctively to a wo
man. On the wholo,
they arc enthusiastic and persever
ing, nnd quick to acquaint them
selves with pugilistic points, and,
best of all, are very slow to engage
in public exhibitions. They take to
the sport for tho physical good it
docs them, nnd for the development
of mind nnd muscle."
Bulletin " Summary
No. 13. May 9.
40 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be nn interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading mntter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllcc.
AWANT SUPPLIE D-Tiik
"Klkiis" Hook, Jnn and Nkwhpafkr
OmcK, corner of Queen and II Struct,
opposite office of iho Ilcmil of Health,
havo, in connection with their already
Extensive Pi luting Establishment, just
received per fi. S. Australia, through
MessM. Palmer & Hey, of San Francis,
co, direct from thn nrinufactory, New
York Ciljr, A. GOUDON JOB PRINT
INU PltCSS, mio of the tlncst mid best
In the world, and of the largest tiro
made. There n imlhinj; In thlH country
to comp-iro with It. To exnmliiM this
lino piece of workmanship is worth a
visit to tho "Klislk' Odlcc. It excols
in dolntj the llnctt Iclnd of woik in the
shortest postlblu tliuu.
Merchants nml others requiring Print.
Inn of ANY kind done at Miort notice,
and at rcn'oaahlo rates, will do well to
give iho "KiiKLB" olllco a call. Tele
phono Nn. nil. lmilll
A FULL COUKSB of TIihuii Paper
Flowers tannin for $3. Lessons
given In Crayon Portraits; and iibo the
Lightning Method of Flower ami L'ind.
t-ciipo Palatine. l'lncr I'ldiUing, 03;
Lnud'capi-, J? 10, for full courses,
Oiih-r-t taken for Crajoa Portraits and
l.nn UcMnn .1nliitliii.H.
B3f" ICO KINO bTKKF.r, opposito
Kinw.liili hi (-liurc-h. lit 1m
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can be lnul finm
J. II. Soi'F.11, ; :
A. M. Ilcwnrr, i
.1. V. UiNOLi-.r. :
: i Ilolol Street
Juat received per sltnr Auttralia, a fine assortment of
Ppcclal attention U called to our
Boy's Sailor Ac Jersey suit.
40 dozen L'oa Linen Knee Pant?, at n very low figure, in ilzes up to 13 ycati.
A Urge assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
A lino lino of Ladle' Jcrneyf, Liccm nml Linbmhlcrlcs a great variety
just iccelMtl ptkci ery bw.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS
Tlio largest Stock nt' any house !
l'cc?lved direct from Ea!ern M-inuf ic'.urcrs.
A complete tusortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
of a superior quality and pi Ices to suit tho time.
ESTIfland ordcis receive careful and prompt attention.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1011 (Oppnilio AV. G. Irwin & Co't.)
Bargains at Egan Co.'s
Having bought the cutiro Stock of
Clothing M Gents' Furnishing Goods
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rate i, wu now oiler them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
Tlie.-c goods nro lirst elms In every respect and conshl of nil grades nnd quil
I oDitalilg for tlie
In offcriing them to our customers wo would mnit respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we are giving thorn tho b -nctlt of our chca'p bnrgiin nml
invito the public in genera! to givu us a cill and ex.iiuine these goods belorc pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. E!)
TheWorld's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat,
And Highland Scotoh Rolled Oats !
Ara on entirely new preparation of wheat and OaW, bsing cooked by Steam, and
only requiring a short lime to prepare them for the table.
CSTTho most nutritious food known."a
Also, Gerinea, Gem, Grulium Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, I'runcr, Nuti, Hnisins,
Now Zcul.ind, Callforni i, nnd Iilai d Potatoes, &t:
Also, Broom Corn, excellent, for chicken fcc:l, for Halo by
Olias, Hustace, -
Tbe Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tlio
Pioneer Steam Gandy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tlio public that from this day ou lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets,' Balls,
And guarantees in nil casc9 tho fullest satisfaction, as (riven in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
hack an far as the year
la Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasous, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamclmmchn IV, Kamchamcha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tlio honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
I'rartlrnl CoMfcRtloiier, I'aitry C'eok anil Oriinmrnter In Ilnnolnlu.
Factory, Store and Ico Croam Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StrcotB,
Both Telephones No 74- (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUSFDBOKGS,
H ASTMAN ' S ALOHA, HOY 1" S COLOGNE
FARINA GE11MAN COLOGNE, &o.
U'oi Sale n,t Ifcea-jsoiittlble Xrioe;"
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
Eici nml Poor alM
It ing; Street.