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P ,51, v v-l ,' m w fffffTCMJifrM w. a m. i ',, XP fet i 5- I" c A T r f v ft gHa-iuun TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1887. ARRIVAL?. Juno 7 Stmr Klniui from tho Volcano Stmr Ivy Holmes from Hawaii Schr W K Foster from Knuat Schr Wnloll from Kusui Schr Mann from llouoimi OEI'ARrURES. Jutio 7 S Austr.i la for Sin Francisco nt noon Btmr Mlkahala for Kauai at r p m ttmr Klunu for Illlo ttutl wny-ncita at 4 p in Strar Likollko for Knlmlul and way ports nt 5 p in Stmr 0 K Bishop for Wnlannc, Wnlalua null Koolatt at 8 n m Stmr Surprise for Laupahochoe and Papalkou Schr Canute for Kuau Behr Mary for Knuul VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW. Schr Mana for llononiu PASSENGERS. For Snn Francisco, per S S Australia. Juno 7 Cabin : Itov J A Cruzan and family, J 11 LaU and v Ifc, 13 A Dodge and wife, 11 A Powell, family and ser vant, T Kcleh, D K II ayes, V McDonald and wife, Cnpt Pierce and wife, Mr and Mrs S Dickinson, Dr Goto and wife, S A Barker, N O Brlggs, Geo Wnpple, D (i Adams, Dr II Conoioy, O W Glade, IIS Snigent, JlUStcr 11 iseiiucrg, -airs S E Bishop, Mrs 0- J.udwlgscn, Mrs A Gnbe, Miss E Thompson, E A Burr and SnK'wlfiandqXhc Imrk and buy on his own una Hyde, Tulsa N MeCalls, Mrs lysis. Mr. torsyth will also make v. lie, KCV Mrs O M P A Vary, Mrs M A Blanchard, Mrs S M Damon and 3 children, Miss Camp bell, Prof Van Slyke, Dr McAllister and wife, Mrs P T Emight, Miss II John son, J Johnson and wife, S Ilardeastle, J B Llllle, Mrs Terrlll, Mrs S B Hiinl son, Mrs H Berger and son, ftilss K Henderson. Mrs M Rosenthal and 3 children, Capt Turner and wife, Major Van Vlcet and wife, M W Bclsluiw and wife, Miss W T lllggin?, Miss K Crow lev, 0 Fitch, Geo (J Williams and wife, M'iss P Fyfc, F M Moore, Miss II Dick son, L Low, S B Swift and W M Glffard. Steerage A F Scverlu, J Patrick. Mrs HSchroIder, P Adler, wife and child, J S Green, T Elliott, A McUombie, C Buekholt, J Burke. B D Baldwin, O E Morse, D McLeod, TV Gilbert, Mrs S Mills. Mis Leonaid and child, A Lane, JV.tFrtSCy, J Wcisenbury, wlfo and a children, E'-ATRoscnberg, T Terkelsen, P Kealakalhoniia, wife undSchlldicn, and 40 Portuguese. CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS. Schr Waloll 1,000 bags of sugar. Schr Mana 1,300 bags of sugar. SHIPPING NOTES. The S S Australia sailed this noon for San Francisco, taking 27,011 bags of sugar, 400 bags of rice, 1,03 1 bunches of oananas, 3 packages of taro floun 21 boxes of fruit, 1,057 bundles of green hides, 152 bundles of dry hides, 15 bales of coat skins and U bales of sheep nklns. . Value, lte,580.00. VESSELS IN PORT. Am Ship Tlraour, Johnson Bk O O Whltmore, Thompson Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer Bk Gulllermo, Saiulinann Bk Peterson, bunut Bk (J B Kinney, Dahler Bk Saranac, bhaw Bk Kalakaua, Bk Hercules, Bless Bk Don Carlos, Jacobsou Bktno Skagct, Robinson Bktne. Geo O Perkins, Ackerman Bktno Morning Star. Tumor Bktne Planter, W UPcrrlman Bktuo Mary Winkclmau, Blake L0CAL & GENERAL NEWS. Tuk steamers Kinau, Likolike, Lc liua and Mokolii will arriyo Saturday morning in time for tho races. ' TiiEnnnliul examination of Kawai aliao Seminary will take place at Kawaiahao church to-morrow, Juno 8th, at 1 :30 r. m. - Mn. A. Rosenberg left by tho Aus tralia to-day, for San Franoisco, fajl inghoalth boing assigned as the rea son for tho change. . - A quantity of Rattan 'furniture, damaged by wator, will bo sold by Mr. Lowis J. Lovoy, at 12 o'clock noon to-morrow, at his salesrooms. .-.' ' To-mohrow morning at 10 o'clock, Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will sell household furniture, at t)io resdencp of Mr. B. More, corner of Boretanja apd Piikoi streots, In order to avoid a prust at tho ' raco course, grand stand and gonoral admittance tickets will bo for salo at thoofflco of J, E. Brown fe Co., Merchant street, on Thursdaj'. . 0 Monday next tlio 13th tho Kinau will sail for tho Volcano. Every berth has already been en gaged for that trip. Op Juno tlio Kinau will sail again for tho Volcano. Tun regular monthly dividond of ono dollar per share, will bo payable to tho stockholders of tho Peo ple's Ico and Refrigerating Company, to-morrow, at tho company's ofllcc. . ' Hon. W. O. Parke and Jona. Aus tin have been appointed assignees of tlio cslato of Daniel LyoiiB, and notify all persons indebted to tho said cstato to mako payment to them immediately. Tub entries for tlio races aro kopt a profound secret by thoso who possess tho knowledge, eo that tho public can learn nothing about tho names of tho norses eniercu ior mu feoveral races, until alter tno race hook U 'jniWisied. l4a!p on Friday nc: Tho races tko next. EiaiiT intelligent-looking JapancflO wero arranced in a lino heforo lliu Honor tho Tolico Momstrate this morning, on n onargo 01 p"vii. nritn of 1)11 ie, ul, .. .....- .',," cards. Tho principal witness ior no nrnwn wnn n. JintlVO httlld UOV. 1110 result had not b6en arrived at whfcn 6jir roporler")oft i6 Court. MES8118. J. r. 'Adams fcCo.will Jiold ft ftirnituro salo on. ThurBday nwsa next a 10 o'clock A. M., t Hie pro- iiiUch lately oeetipud by 3Ir. K i. Ohuko, l'niioa. At the wnnu U""' will bo cold a lot of cuiius, volcanic specimens, and gonlo rare and valua ble books. This will be u pood opportu nity for curiosity hunters to get. their wants satisfied. THE ST.CLAIR-DIBSON CASE. The answer of defendant in the St. Clntr-Olbsmi ease wus this morn ing filed. in the Supreme ( oitrt. All of the allegations in tin complaint nro denied. Messis. l'nul Neumann and 1 M. Hatch arc cntcicd of ic cord as defendant's counsel. THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY. Tito Bulletin Sumuaiit is now out. It contains full reports of the Masonic banquet and n full digest of the news for the past fort night. Orders received by A. M. Ilewett, J. II. Sopcr, and nt the Daily Bulletin Ofllcc. CINCHONA. Mr. W. J. Forsyth, of cinchona fame, leave9 to-day by Messrs. Wildcr's stcamsliip Kinau, for the Island of Maui, and will visit the Rose Ranch Plantation of Mr. Dow sett. Mr. Dowsctt has 100 trees of cinchona, twelve years of age, and ha9 consented to havo ono cut down and barked, for tho purposes of analysis. Mr. Smith, of the firm of Benson, Smith & Co., will analyse a special visit to the properly or Messrs. Brewer & Jones, and will furnish those gentlemen with a de tailed repoiton the uplands of their estate. Messrs. Wilder & Co. have given Mr. Foreylh a free pass on their steamers and railways over the whole of tlio islands. THE DEPARTURE OF THE S. S. AUSTRALIA. Another parting of friends. Nearly all Honolulu flocked to tho wharf about noon timo to-day to witness tho steamer's departure, and to bid adieu to their dear friends. Tho ship's decks wcro crowded and as twelve o'clock approached the shak ing of hands and kissing wero pro fuse. Sonio ono with a lusty voice gavo out "three cheers for parting friends," which was heartily joined in by tho crowd. It was returned from tho steamer by "thrro cheers for the Honolulu pooplo." At seven minutes past twclvo o'clock tho lines wcro cast ofTand tho Australia moved on her voyage to tho Coast. Notice ablo among those leaving wero the Rev. J. A. Cruzan and Mrs. Cruzan who leavo behind them a host of friends. Bon Voyage ! ROSIE IS CONE. Bosie's gone too soon, There's Rosio's heap of gone too soon trouble on hand and Kosie s gone too soon, Goodbye Rosic old boy, said a impudent chap to tho old Hebrew, this morning, just previous to the sailing of the Australia. I'm sorry you aro going. Veil I go vay if I vnnt to, replied Rosic. Whero are you going to? Do you 'spose I vns going to Hongkong? Aro you coming back? 1 come back if I vant to. Well shako hands old man. I vont shako hands, you go vay and mind your own business. I think you are an old fraud. Veil dogs may bark but they'll never bite me. And as the old fellow hobbled to wards the steamer, one of the min strel boys tried to decorate him with leis, producing considerable laughter. CORPUS CHRIST!. Next Thursday Juno 9th, is Corpus Christi (Christ Body), a day appoint ed hy tho church to celchrato the in stitution of tho Eucharist, and called tho feast of the Blessed Sacrament. Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday) is tho very day of tho institution, but ou that day the church is all about tho consideration of Christ's Passion. Hence tho sotting apart of a special day, (tlio Thursday following Holy Trinity Sunday), to romind Christ ians of tho infinito lovo of their Sav ior in tho institution of tho Euchar ist. From remoto times processions took placo in tho streots of cities, towns and villages, wherein tho Bles sed Sacramont was cariicd with great bolemnity, to bo exposed to tjio adoration of tho faithful. Now adays," yet in Vienna, tho capital of Austria, tho procession of Corpus Christ! is niado with tho most grand and solemn display, tho Emperor and tho Imporial family accompany ing tho clergy. Constantinople itself, tho proud Mohamedan city, witnesses that grand spectaclo of tho Corpus Christi procession; tho Anti-ohrist-ian Turks, and specially their army accompany tho Catholic clergy carry ing tho Blessed Sacrament. In our little capital also it was tho custom, several years ago. to havo such a nrocession. But sinco, years havo missed on. without onioying this irrand imfinTestation of faith, for want ol ueeoncy on 1110 part of tho spectators, whoso belief is not tho Catholic belief. 8CKVI0K8. Next Thursday, Juno 9th, at the Roman Catholio Cathedral, Corpus Christi, a holy day of obligation. Uoligious services as fojlows ; (J ami 7 A, si., loy masses with Holy communion. 10 a. !., High mats with exposi tion of tho Blessed Sacrament till after Benediction, 8 p. M., Rosary and Solemn Bono diction of tho mobt Blessed Sacra ment. Tho telegraph cable repairing ste'anier Volta foundered off- tho island, of "llyconus, in tlio Grecian Archipelago, and a pprtion of her grow wero drpwnert, A HEW RIFLE ASS ClATIGIt, A rllle association has been formed at Muktiwao, Maul. The present, roll of membership contniiis about 20 names, and there iu eery indica tion of an iueicnse. The object of oigaiilzallou is to promote target piactlcc. An enthusiastic meeting of the members was held lust Filday at Mnkuwno, and the Hawaiian Klllo Association's idles and regulations wcro adopted with n few slight changes. Tho lllcirs elected tire E. II. Bailey, Presld. nt; Turner, manager Iluelo plantation, Vice Picsiilent i W. P. A. Brewer, Ticus uier, and Geo. Ashley, Secretin y. AN AMUsINC SALVATION ARMY MARRIAGE. At tho mnrringo of tho Marechale Catherine, General Booth's daughter, to Colonel Clibborn at tho Salvation Army barracks in London, there was a curious scene. Tho young woman, tall and excitable,'" n9 well as a comely creatine, as soon as the mar riage was over sang n song of which ono line was not very encouraging to tho newly-married husband. Tho line wa9, '"We'll fight and never tire," and to illustrate her meaning in worldly fashion she squared off at her husband in true pugilistic shape, dodging her head and shift ing her ground, nnil with much spirit she battered him about considerably. Tho immense ciowd screamed and shouted. It was too much for tho excitable naturo of General Booth. He dragged out his venerable spouse, and they sparred right merrily at each other. When that tired them both couples began a ficnzicd break down, hanging on to each other's waists. PICTURESQUE AND ARTISTIC ITALY. Italy, its Art and natural Beauties, was the theme of Professor Dickin son's closing lecture last evening. Titian, Tintoretto, Grotto and other great painters were eulogised, and the beauties of the Alps and Italian lakes, Florence, Fisa and Venice were fully shown by a scries of matchless views by tho stcrcoptican. Tho Venetian colored ill initiations show ing day and moonlight iu the Ionian tic cities wcro the finest ever seen in this city. Beginning fit 7 :!)0 r. m. tlio lecture lusted until neaily 9 o'clock, tho audience leaving the hall with an unusual feeling of delight. BUSINESS ITEMS. MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV ed by tho Austi.illa" a very fine and beaut ml assortment of stylUii mll llueiy goods. Her former toek of trimmed hats.and bonnets, she will sell nt cost. Ladles would do well to call at once. 02 lm. LOOK HERE1 A great chance for bargal is Sailing ff nt ciwt I liit.-nding to give up the pIpo tiaduai tho end of Juao. I now ofl' r my line 6tor.k of shooi .VT COS ", for tadi. Come and mnkn vour selictioits at once. P. JlolNEIWY, Fort street, aliovoKingitreet. 61 lw THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH i epieud every eventn I me b ir. rom. and patrons will Hurt everything 10 suit 'liu tasto of the most fusiidl Ut epleurci. 47 if HAVING tecently engnged a first (l.isi Gilder and Moulding Maker, wu tiro now fully prrparcil lo uianufac turo, repair and reyl il any kind of work in our line. Old Minor and PLture Frames made over as g( od as now, and ut prices within llio uucli of nil. The pnlillc aio !nied to cull and lnspci omo of llii uoik. Heinembcr, any thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old Gold, Itionze. Coppir or Mcial wo can do. KINQBKOd., Akt bTOKK. 17 100 LBS. Fro-h Home-Mode Chow. nor MUrk. or sn.cu leu iw- turn Po'n-, unit t oil, do'loinus vanilla .ind Chocolate l renin which I gin r up luo to bu fir bupeilor and mid clieamr than any imported, at F HORN'S t'ton eer Steam Candy Factory und B ikcry uJ Ico Cream Parlor. i5lf S PERRY'S No 1 Fmnllv Klntir le olteiid for sale by GU.SSALVBS & CO., Qieen Street. 01 a Want supplied-thk "ELKIK" IlOOK, J B AND NbWSl'APEn Office, corner of Quern and Ii Street, opposlio offlco of llio Hoard of Health, have, In connection with their already Extensive Printlrg EstablUhmcui, just received pir S. S. Australia, through Messrs. Palmer & Hoy, of Sun Francis, co, direct from tho nunuf iptory. Now York Cliy, A. GORDON JOB IRINT INO PRESS, ono of tlio tlnest and best in tho world, and of tho largest ize made. There Is nothing In this conntri to compare with It. To exumlno this flno piece of workmanship is worth a visit to tho "Ei-elk' Otllce. It excel In doing the tlnest kind of wo, k In the shortest possible time. Merchants and others re piking Print. Ing of amv kind dono nt bhort notice, and at ro'i'onublj rates, will do well to give the "ELi'trc" ofllco a call. T.-le-nhonoNo. Ml lm33 Dr. Flint's Huakt Hemeuv is a tflo CmHWu'T'ftt'Meifio for all forms of Heart Uik- caso anil also lor Diseases oi Kinnoys and Chcultiaon. Depcriptivo hook with every bottlo. Iloiibon Smith & Co.. Au'cnts. Ml Stockholm Tar! IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS Just tho thing to make buckets of whin e-mptj. For s do by 431m A. W. PIERCE & CO. TO RENT. rfiM A COTTAOE, Htiiatcdon Seh ol tUrcit, mar o Bridge enntiilnlnir fi rnnnm. besides pantry, kitchen, hath loom, and billiard room, w j U fmncrv and Mahle Forfuriher parliculars app'vtovieo, P. Lee, ut J. T. Watei house1! ses ij teen -1, blore. 'TAILORINai iBMiniBta Day!" New Goods ! New Fashions! mt-lbTsser llllR recdicd ami np-n'-d Sloe a of up his New CLOTH GOODS! Compiltlugalargcand well selected variety if 'fiieriiip,CMliis,ctc. StilttLlo for tho Sen on. TIksg goods wero (elected in England I y Mr. Kerr persot ally, and are gnaraii teid to bu of lliu finest quillty. Mr. Kurr, having secii'ed tho services of u NKW CUTTEIt, ho Is ptc. I a c I to lullll onicis ulili tho utmost dl-patih. 23 Merchant St. JClj Richard Cayford, VETERINARY, Shoeing Forge, FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS. Horses and Cattle Treated for all Diseases. Residence: 'M AInkoa Street, X. O. 13 OX -108. 20tf tSTBo'l Mepliono 3-U. J. HOPP & CO. 74 King Street. Minufaciurcr and In portcrt, of all kimls or Furniture & Upholstery Goods FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY. All kinds ol Jobbing promptly atterded to. CHAIRS TO RENT For U-d's or Pa tie in jsniull orlirge 8rl qtnu.tlilcv. ly. Hustace& Robertson X K. ..V Y 31 isl IS . LL orders for Cartaire promptly at t. tended to. Funicular attention paid to the Storing 8c Shipping of goods la transit to the other Islands. Also, Black and White Sand in quantities to suit nt lowest prlcef. Olllce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s auction loom. 982 ly Mutual T.lephnnc No. IB. HAWAIIAN HOTEL CARRIAGE CO. Carriage" at all lionis, (Inj and night. Saddle Ilorc.-i, llug.'les, Wugoni ltu and Village Cirrs wliu" stylish and goLtlo hortts to lei. FOR SALE. A few norses, gnnranieed. Second hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies, Cat la and liarneAS. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Ring up Telephone 32, or apply t MILES & HAYI,KY. 15:4 ly Yosemite Skating Open ovory aftJrncon ard ovoning, Music every Saturday Night. THOMAsl E. WALL, 1C01 Iro.nletnr. lsr H. C. SHELDON lliti- ojiciicd a I1LACKSMITII SHOP, IN WAlLl'KU, MAUI, and i picpari'd 10 1 ul d Sugar Wagon, Improved tlylo, 2-whecl Dump Carle. Oooteneck Sugar Wagon?, Buckboardi, Brakos, Cxpreuei, Sugar Coolers, Julco Tanks, &c. HnrHH hlioi'Inc; ti HpcclBlty. For tho cinen'otifo of the pultilu ho v ll Ht'tt I a toy to Kahiilni. S irecUel". illo and Pala on Tuenlny and Frhhiy; and to AWiihce and AVklapu on Wcth ni't-diiys nml hiitnid iys. 43 9w RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP, R tirtf Luca' Mill. jpisf ,-fi .I " I-..,. Fourth Annual Meeting OP T11K Haw'n Jockey Club To bu held at Kap o'aul l'i rk, June IQth and 1 1th Official Programme of Eaccs First Day, Juno 10th, 1887. Kaccs to commence at 12 i.ooo. 111. Honolulu Plato, $50 Kinuung llncoj mllo dashs for Hawaiian bred horses. 2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100 Running Hucej mile dash; open to all. 3rd. Octantc Purie, $100 Trotting llucc, Mile licnts; best 8 in G; to harness; free for all. 4th.-Waikapu Cup, $100 added Itunulng lla:e; f mile dush; open to all; winner tu neat the record of "MnyD 1:20. 6th. Broodor'i Plate, $75 Kunninic Ituce; mllo dash; for all Uycurolds. Glh.-IIawaiian Plate, $75 Ruuning Uacoj mile dash; open to all. Second Day, June 1 1 races to commence at 10:30 a m. sharp. 1st. Tho Queen' Plate, $75 ltuuoing Race; ijmilodaah; for all. free 2nd. Kamohameha Plate, $160 Running Race; 2 mile dash; frco to all. 3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $160 liMttintrltiicc; mile heats; best 2 in 3; to hiii'tifH!-; opal lo all. 4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added. It i tin i g He; t milt; daih; for Iliu'iiliii lind horiis; owned ly ini'inl cri. of the Jockey Club. Cup to lie run f r annually. 5lh. Hoslla Challcngo Cup, $100 added Km nl ig Kiko; tniludisli; winner lo In .il tlio tccord f "An'IcA" :45j.j inndi- Juno 12, 1850. d.p to liu run for Mutually, mid to bu held by lite winnt'i until his tinto U bia ten at n meeting of ihe Jockey Club. Open to lllh 6lh.-Tho Klag'a Plate, $100 Ti-niilng It ice; Tor 1 1 awn 11 an bred linuu" i'iil ; inilu heals; Lesi two iu tine ; to ImriiKH. 7th Novolty Race, $100 1 milcdnh;TunniDg; Utquart(r3? U mile 825 1 mllo $2. mllo $i5 Opvn to all Hawaiian l.rcd horses. 8th. Jockey Club Post Match, Swccpstakts, 830 and $10 added. Swottpsttiks Tio'tlng or Paclnp R ice; best 2 in !): freu for all hoiscs who have not a record of 3 mln. or betier. T.i Lo driven by members of tho Jockey Club. 9lh. l'ony Race, $75 Running Rice; 1 mllo dask;qpn to only lliwniian bnd hur-ts, uoi over 14 hand, mid not uuder n yn. old; cutoh wel.'h'i. Al' entries to cln-e nt I2o'o'opk noon, on M nttay June 0 h 18t7, at Ihe otllce of tlc uc!etllry, and all entrance fee to be 10 per cent, unless otherwise specifi ed. All rnce to bo run or trotted under tlicrulcs of the Hawaiian Jockey Club. Admission 50 cents each To Grand Stand, (Xira... 50 rents nod 91 i'arriirgcs inside of Course.. .$2 flO each Quut ter Stretch B idgci $3.00 each 0. 0- BEROEB, Secretary. H. J.0. 4Iu Taro Flour Factory, Wulluku, Blaul, Will axsla commence onrratlonii oa Thoraaay, My H6lh, and will supply Taro Flour In any quantities, With new and improved machinery and other apparatus, Hie present mana ger ftuaruntets to supply Taro Flour that wilt make a better clius of poi than ever produced. All orders to bo spnl to W. II. Cum mine, Manager, at tlio Facory, Wal Inku, Maul, or to W. O.Irwin it Co, Agent, Honolulu. 41 lm Assignee's Notice. THE undersigned having been this day duly appointed Atslgneo of the 1 stale of John M. Kat ena, 1 atikni) t, hen by notlden nil parilm imletited to Mild e-ta'e to mako immedlato pajment, unci ttio-o Having claims against rniu (j-tntu 'o present litem wiihnnt delay at lilx 1 111 :o No 38 Merchai t street Hono lulu. OIIAd. T. OULI'K, Atslgneo. I'ono'ul'i. May 12, 1887. 31 NOTICE. NOTICE ISIIEUEIVYO'VENTHAT Fid S'cliiilU r Wallu U, Maul, ina- mid a'l rlj.li.i.Hj "id lit-ro.t iu ill" blntkrmltli sliQti, lmnted nu the rlt-h ksi 'cur Kaliu ul raul, in the said dlt-tiiui'of Wulluku, lo the iiLdorsigncd, who ull curry mi 1I10 liti-liii's-In future. I Imvu iil-o nppolntcd M . Clns 1). Cm.kcii. us manager of the nal I t-hnp, 'ho 11 1I1II0 arc invllid lo clvoncall. and ml lilaclmmllhlng work will bo ex eciite I ulili iloipalcli. 37 1 in JOHN W. KALUA. FLOAVERS. A FULL COURSE of Thsno Paper Floer latiL'hl for 2. Lessons crlven In Oravon Portrnl's; a.nd alo the LlihlnlngM thod of Flower Hnd L'nd tcapo Tnlntl ie. Fl er Pnlntlug, 'it Lnud'cnpi', 10, for full conr-ea Oub'rs taken for Crayon Portraits and Ltni Ikjuiih Palnllni's EST 1C0 KINO STREET, e-nposlto Knuiilnh to Church. 1 lm DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY 40 column. i per unaum. TEMPLE Or FASHION! o Special Notice to the Ladies. By tho stcmnor Australia, I have received direct from Europe, a largo assortment of the Latest Novelties in DRY AND FANCY GOODS which T offer at hed rock prices. New Designs in White Dress Goods Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other new goods too numerous to mention. New Novelties in Dress Goods, Just received, at very low prices. fccfiLadies nrc invited to call and inspect our stock. !No trouble to show goods. S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street 1031 (Opposlio W. O. EG AN IMPORTKRS Or Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing, flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises. ' -ALSO, Very Fine Line of Gent s Shoes CORNER FORT AND Honolulu, 69 The World's Breakfast Food Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat. Also, Highland Sooteh Boiled Oats ! Are nn cntlroly new preparation cfwhcit and Oat, bslng cooked by Htenin, and only nqu'r.ng u short timo to pripare them for the table. EST Tho most nutrlliojs food knovn.-a Also, Qormea, 60m, Giaham Flour, Smoked Sal'mou, Smoked Halibut, Hams, Baron, Choice D lies, Prunef, Nviti, Ra'sius, Now Zi'..laii(l, Callforcl 1, nnd Idai d Potato:'', in: AUo, liroom Corn, oxcellent for chicken feel, for snlo by Clias, Hustace, - - BCing- Street. SPECIAL NOTICE! o The Undersigned, P. HORN, Proprietor of tho Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery AND ICE CREAM PARLOR, (Eatafcllahcd 18?.) Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on ho is fully prepared to receive orders for Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls, And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, us given in founer years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating back as far as tlio year " 1862 In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select jkar ties given by their late Majesties Kainehameha IV, Katneliatncha V, and Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the pieacut royal household with the delicacies produced in ray establishment j having over fort" years' practical experience in this line of business. F. HORN, Practical Confectioner, PaHtry Cook and Ornninentrt' liCIIonolnlu. Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street. Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets, Both Telephones No 74- ("5 am) Honolulu. H. I Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s A largo assortment of PERFUMES! PERFUMES! Comprising tho well-known brands of COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS, ' LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. For Sale at Reasonable Xi'ibe 1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mm Irwin & CoV.) & CO., A- MERCHANT STS. IT. T. j & ?5 fi '3i - i i, - m b'i $2 W 1 m 1 -(HP s ,:;MmiBM.' . if .& , i.VWC1teM ijl'V C , .'. J j iL. A ".Cii..' it iJ! .. u 1 WNA' l.J ut. J .r . . Jii. n hlBWI :.". liA . .. u.hU A ;.