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MONDAY. JUNK 10. Wh7.
Stmr in Inau from Man! and Hawaii
Sttnr C It UUuop from Kooluit
Stuir Like 1 from Maul
Stuir nuipilm froui FapulUou ami Lnu
pituueuoa Juuo 12
Aui bjjuie V Q Irwin, MeCalloeh, from
St nr MikiUinlii lrmn Kniiul
bulir He i.i friiiii Koo .ill
Stmr Ailutiea Hon fiom Ilamakua
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano and
Stmr Wulalcnlo for Kauai
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapna
Strar Mokolil for Molokal
Schr Walehu for Walanae and Wntalua
Scht Mana for llouomu and Onomca
Hclir Wollelo for Kuan
Schr Halcakala for Fcpcckeo
Schr Rob Koy for Koolau
Bktne Jolm Worstcr for l'uget Sound
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr O R Bishop for Walauac, Walalua,
and Koolau at 8 a in
Stmr W G Hall for Lahalna, Mnalaca,
Konu and Kau at 10 a m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5pm
Btmr Surprise for Laupahochoo at noon
Stmr Likcllko for Kahului, liana, and
way-ports at 5 p m
From Koolau, perstcamerO R Bishop,
June 11 Jud(o Wldemanu, Paul Iscn
borg, Mis J Gray, A K llapal, and
about 1) deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Vlkanala,
Juno 12 G N Wilcox, A D HancbeiL',
M Berlowltz, Ing Chong, and about 60
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer,
Klnau, Juuo 11 L Severance, V A
Hardy, II Eldart aud wife, W P Akau,
j Rubeusteln, P A IMas, 11 II Webb,
Geo Hons, L Ascu, Miss Low, W J
Brodic, Miss Hoopil Ibalau, Master
Ihalau, Dr Kada, Rev A Osbourn, Miss
Lizzie Rodgers, Mrs Wilson and Ser
vant, W A Whiting, A P Peterson, and
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
' Kttnr Klnau 1,000 bags of sugar, 1D0
Stmr Kilauca IIou 3.C00 bags of sugar
Stmr Surprise -4,500 bags of sugar
The bktne W G Irwin, McCulloco
master, arrived hero yesterday, 15 days
from San Francisco.
Captain Cook of the Josephine reports
a rugged sea on Pearl River bar.
Tiie bktne Discovery will sail for Pu
get Souud about Friday next.
The bgtno W G Irwin brought about
250 tons of merchandise.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Timour, Johnson
Bk C O Whitmore, Thompson
Bk Scottt3h Lassie, Singer
Bk Guillermo, Saudmann
Bk Peterson, Sundt
Bk 0 B Kinney, Dahler
Bk Saranac, bhaw
Bk Don Carlos, Jacobson
Bktne Skaget, Robinson
Bktne Geo O Perkins, Ackermau
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktne Planter, W llPerriman
Bktne Mary Wlnkelmau, Blake
Bktne Discover', Lee
Bgtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
. The Police Court has been in ses
sion nearly all day.
Who wants to buy a chicken
ranch? apply to Mr. Magoon.
Major Gulick has a cottage to let
on Merchant street, opposite the
Mutual Telephouo oflice.
Mesbhs. Hart S8tciner furnished
excellent solids and fluids at the
races on Friday and Saturday.
Owing to tho meeting of the Ha
waiian Riile Association this evening,
tho regular recruit drill of tho Hono
lulu Rifles is oil'.
Mr. F. Horn kept his promiso on
tho days of the races, and provided a
splendid meal at a moueraio priuu.
Ho was well patronised.
The Bluo Ribbon Leaguo enter
tainment at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Saturday evening, was largely at
tended, and in every sense successful.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will
offer at auction to-morrow at 12
noon, at their sales room, tho well
known race horses, "Hancock" and
A shipment of firearms came by
tho Zealandia on Friday last, to E.
O. Hall & Son (Limited). Entries
wero passed aud tho arms taken
possession of by the consignees.
. ... '
Mr. William Crooks Iiob taken
chargo of tho Waikiki hath-h'ouso,
und is determined to niako it an
nttractivo and pleasurable resort.
Mrs. Crooks will bo out thcro every
day to attend to tho lady patrons.
The Rov. Mr. Oggcl olficiated for
tho last timo ut tho Lyceum, yester
day morning. Mr. und Mrs. Oggcl
will leavo for Waikupu, Maui, by tho
Likcliko this week, and expect to sail
for tho United States by tho Aus
tralia, July 0th.
The damaged rattan furniture sold
at auction by Mr. Lowis J. Lovoy tho
other day, was about ono third of
what Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Brown pur
chased, wliilo at Boston. Tho balance
of tho furniture will arrivo here on
tho noxt vessel from that port.
. I. -
Kai'ONO, a native, was thrown
from his horso on Saturday, at tho
Park, and drugged some distance by
ono foot holding on to tho Btirrup.
His wounds, which bled profusely,
woro dressed by Dr. Webb, and tho
patient was then taken to tho
ii niiii i ill I lllKi
coniliiunliiMi' (In w on both
nnd .Siiliud.iy Halite w..m
Two young men win) nr iru to lliu
icput..tion of f tuici,Uo ulbotwmi
them, uboiit .fl.GOO ut tho iuc ou
Friday and Saturday.
The jowtlry sale of Mr. Spiers,
advertised by Misrs. E. 1'. Adams
fe Co, for to-morrow, has been pit
poncd till I'ttmluy, June 21st, ut 10
o'clock A. M.
Saturday ufli'imion, wluk Mr. F
Whitney w.is riding i.litng Kcenti
nu.kii tlreut, hits horn cmiio in emi
tact willi n rope Mivlrlud neiot tin
struct attached to auothtr hurtc. Tin
horso riddon by Mr. Whtyncy stum-,
bled nnd throw its rider, In uiBing him
Tub second mate of tho barkentino
Mary Winkclrmm was tnken to tho
Hospital, Saturday night. His head
was considerably bruised, two of his
ribs wero broken nnd ho was other
wise hurt. From what has been
heard, it seems that tho sailor was
roughly handled by hard cases
A new cnturo lms been started at
tho corner of King and Alakcu
sticcts. It is a dairy produce and
vegctablo market. Every descrip
tion of nrticlo coming tinder cither
of these heads is procurable at this
market. This is an attempt to open
an unoccupied field.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Emma Square this evening,
commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following is tho programme:
March Glory Michlels
Ovei turc Kamehamcha Bercer
Finale Carmen Bizet
Selection Maritana Wallace
Ko Lcl mo Mapuna.
Reminiscences of Weber Godfrey
Waltz Only Onoo More w.Osteilj
Quadiillc Indiana Audrun
Tho two principal events on the
11 th June, besides the annual races
at Kapiolani Patk, were the festival
of the Foit Street and Bethel Sun
day Schools and the Hawaiian Blue J
Ribbon League demolish ation. The
school children," with their friends,
assembled in large numbers on the
grounds of Mr. C. M. Cooke, aud
enjoyed themselves a9 only inno
cent youth can. The Hawaiian Blue
Ribbon League marched through the
principal streets of the city, and had
a grand feast at Queen Emma Hall.
FOR THE VOLCANO.
Following are the names of pas
sengers booked to leave for tho Vol
cano by the steamer Kinau thi
cvening: Miss Watkins, Mrs. Hall,
Mrs. Green, Miss Goodhue, Mrs.
Gest, Mrs. Graham, Mr. Paulet, E.
C. Dozier, Mr. Hunt, Mrs. Hunt,
Mrs. Hudson, the Misses Hudson
(2), J. D. Stevens, J. S. Craig,
Mrs. Bancroft, Miss Barr, V. J.
Johnstone, D. Hollister, Mrs. Hoi
ltster, Mrs. C. A. Wright, Mrs.
Greenman, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, E.
J. Croly and Grand Master Atkin
son. For other ports by the same
steamer C. F. Hart and wife, W.
R. Castle, W. F. Allen, C. N. Ar
nojd and wife, A. Johnstone, Miss
Low, Mrs. Maguire, Mr. Maguire,
P. A. Dias, L. Severance and Mr.
A number of persons have engage
passage for Maui and the Volcano
by the Likcliko tomorrow evening.
The party after visiting points of
interest on the island of Maui take
the steamer Kinau. on her trip next
week, for tho Volcano. Below are
given the names of those already
booked : J. P. Cook, Mr. Banning,
Miss Beaver, Miss Tucker, G. E.
Whitney, Miss Whitney, F. H.
Newton, W. T. Ellis, T. J. Crow
ley, Mrs. Crowley, Mr. Hedges, G.
K. Wilder, B. J. Wood, J. Willis,
Miss Hayes, Miss Willis, C. S.
WriEht. Mrs. Wright, A. E. Hig-
gins, Mrs. Higgins, J. V. de Lave
ago, C. R. Dempster, H. Emanuel,
R. Sprcckels, Sir Alfred Goch and
THE KAHULUI RACE COURSE.
Somo months ago a movement
was mado to unite those interested
in horse racing on Maui in an asso
ciation for that purpose, and with
this end in view a subscription list
was circulated with a surprisingly
gratifying result. An organizing
meeting was held in April, at Kahu
lui, and committees appointed to
havo a track built, by-laws drafted
and the association constituted.
Last Monday evening a meeting
was held in Wailuku Hull, with
about 20 of the charter-members
present, at which meeting the con
stitution and by-laws of tho club
wero adopted. Theso, as well as the
general rules aud regulations are
essentially tho saino ns those gov
erning the Honolulu Jockey Club.
Tho acting olllcers, consisting of a
President, Vice-president, Secretary,
Treasurer and an executive commit
tee of S members, had their appoint
ments confirmed, to serve the en
suing term, one year, and the club
was duly christened tho Maul
Racing Association. The track is
rapidly approaching completion,
nnd was probably i endy for use on
tho 11th, on which day several very
promising races were nunounccd to
It is to be hoped that this institu
tion may ho instrumental in advanc
ing the interest of good stouk-rni ing
on the islnnd, and that it may have
CONCERT OH THE ZEALANDIA.
A c mutt. uh fi v'ii in tin' Social
Hull, in IhumI Hit; K. M. S. S.
Zf.il nulla, on WcdiH'Mhiy uoning,
June Hlli, wh n tin- lulliiuing lro
gi amine U4 cm j io I out:
Piano Silo Luclmer irtludo nnd
Toccata Mii F. J. JSolto
Son Olit Fond Dove
Mr. A. C. Dowsett
Poem Siil.uy Crow, g
Cupt. Van Utert'uuorf
Duct Sen of Ul.icx "
MutHf. I'lifch uml Woi.hock
Son,, Whin I ho lli-attis Young..
Snn Cuikiio ... Mim Alice Snylur
rfi lo Thu meeting of ihu WuterM.
Judge. C. F. Hurt
Trio Aloha Oo. .Tho Hawaiian Trio
Recitation Sunrise on Mount
Washington J. B. Brady
Song Tho Maid of tho Mill
B. It. Morris
Song Welcome. Pretty Primrose
Flowers Miss F. J. Nolto
Song Good bye, Sweetheart
Reading Tho Pied Piper of Hame-
Hn J. Woolcock
Solo El Sueno Dr. E. Pugh
Solo nnd Chorus Auld Lang Syno
RACES AT KAPI0LANI PARK.
lst.-nONOLULU PLATE, 50.
Running Race; 4 in Ho dash;
Waterford Colt 1
2nd.-REriPROCITY PLATE, 9100.
Running Race; mile dash; free
Sid.-OPEANIC PURSE, 8101.
Trottiug Race; mile heats; best 3
iu 5; to harness; free forall.
TniuLle '..- Ill
JoeDakc 3 2 2
Time, 2.38, 2.501.
4th. WAIKAPU CUP, 8100 added.
Running Rate; i mile dn;h;fiee
for all; winner to beat the lucorU
Queen Kapiolani i
6th. HAWAIIAN PLATE. 875.
Running Race; milo dash; frco for
Col. Gift 2
Queen Kapiolani 0
The Hawaiian nutional holiday
broke forth ilth all its wonted
splendor, tempered by a moderate
tiade wiud. The chief Bource of
attraction was Knpiol4l Park,
wi.it.lier hundreds of both sexes
flocked in vehicles of all descriptions
from the 4-horac omnibus to the
two-wheel brake. The Jocky Club
had provided ovciy convetiienco for
the benefit of spectators and left
nothing to ba desired.
The racing was of a most excel
lent character both as regaids to
time and competition. Amandine
sustained the reputation bo gained
tho first day, by again winning the
In tho two-mile dash Mattie M.
had many f i iends but the old horse
Patrol proved too much for her.
Tho trotting race gave rise to
much speculation and to the delight
of the majority, resulted in a win
for the well known horse Joe Dake.
Appended are the particulars of
lst-QUEEN'S PLATE, $75.
Running race $ mile dash; frco to
Kealla Ranch, b m Amandine, 4 years
113 lbs Noble 1
J. A. Cummins' s m Queen Kuplolaul
4 years, 113 lbs Leonard 2
N. Pciry's b in Lallah Rookh, 5ycats.
115 lbs Appleby 3
J. Oudei kirk's b g Rockwell 4 years,
115 lbs Euos4
Time 40C sec.
Queen Kapiolani was very frac
tious at tho pole and delayed the
start somewhat. When the flag did
fall, Amandine had the advantage
which he maintained throughout
and won easily.
2nd KAMEHAMEHA PL TE, 8150.
Running race,; 2 milo dash; free
Huntley & Porter's b h Patrol, aged.
121 ids ieonaru x
Kcallu Ranch, b m Mattie M., Uyeais,
1)4 lbs Howson 2
W. II. Cornwall's b g Colonel Gift, 5
years, 120 lbs Noble 3
Mattio M. had tho call amongst
a few, but tho knowiug ones relied
on Patrol. The trio kept well to
gether until coming up tho straight
for tho last time, wbon Leonard let
Patrol out, aud he came in an easy
3rd-KLAKU rilRSE, fl50.
Trotting raco; mile hualt; best 2
In three; toharnci-s; freo forall.
D. II. Davis' b g Joo Dake, aged, 3 1 1
Kealla Ranch b m Twinkle, aged, 12 2
Miles & 1 aylcy'sbmclcmentinu,
Times: 5kJ, 2:10, 2i34
Twinkle waB held in high esteem
owing to her performance on the
previous day. Joo Dako was con
sidcied out of it, but to the surprise
of all he won the 2nd and 3rd heats
and the race, in time that is a credit
to any horse.
4th HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, 8100
Running rflee.l milo dash, for Ha
waiian bred hoises owned by mem
bers of tho Jocky Club. Cup to bo
run for anuuully.
W. II CoiiiwoU'sggPoul Mol,Bged.
110 lbs Noble 1
1 UK "Uipiki', 4 jim
.... ! eon
1 1 ti 1 1 1 r Icon C'i
III this maluii, n.ii.ii-si: win Uiu
fuvoilie, but I'oi i iMol piovul
liliii-se.ll' ctjiial to i lie incision und
won In giniid sljk'. Time, 1 in.
Cth-ROXIT.V (HALLEXGE CUP,
tll)j mld.d. ,
J(u nlig uHfo; mile dnh; wln-or
io in hi the 'ici'rl -f "AujfleA"'
1:4 yt mini J lie 12. 18 0. C p .i
l.t; inn to in i a Ij, ii i tn b in 1 1
I ilie I id i n 1 lil" Mniu U It n
ten ill a 'lie 'ling ui iln J i kej CI .U
I l II ID III)
W . II. Ciuiiwill'- b Ii lliiiiciiek, aged.
1 'I li.s Nuiile 1
Kent it R ncli. h m Atuiimllne, 4
yeais. .1.1 ibs Lvmitud 2
l'ntiol was entered, but with
drawn. Amandine had the pole.
The two horses were sent away to a
good start. Amandine took a slight
lead. Passing the three-quarter
polo Hancock was up to Amandine,
aud they ran locked together, to the
Casino, when Hancock got his head
in front and gradually opened a
gap. Amandine mado a gallant
effort to overtako Hancock on the
homestretch, hut it wns of no avail,
tho latter winning easily by three
lengths. Time 1.48.
Hancock was favorite from the
start, and won as he liked.
Oth-THE KING'S PLATE, f 100.
Trolling Kajc; lor IUivi lian bred
horses onlj ; mile heats; Lcsi two In
throu; to lmrnifM.
W. II. Cornwell's I Illy 1
Sam Parker's Jim Paioa Dls
D. II. Davis' A. W Dls
Billy took the lead after starting,
and, going in lino style, distanced
the other two horses. Jim Paioa
behaved very badly, and he could
not be mado to trot.
The betting was Billy against the
Held, nnd he proved himself worthy
of the patronago bestowed on bim
by distancing his competitor in the
7th-NOVELTY RACE, 8100.
I in luu ii U;riuui. g, Is quarUr2
4 mile 8 -'5
1 mile (21
sf n.llc $
Op ii io ml lliiwnlliin I nil hnrfe".
X. Perry's g h "aterfoid Colt, 5
ears, Vii 11m Appleby 1
. II. oru.icll's gg PonlMol, nged,
110 Ins Robinson 2
. Oudei kirk's g g lag , aged, 11!)
ibs ' Euos 3
I. .' . ummins' g g Surprise, 4 jeais,
11' lb' Leiiuiud 4
Kealla Rnuchr b m Nettle Brown,
nged, 117 lbs Noble 5
Waterford Colt took the lend and
maintained it throughout winning
by a length. Time 1st quarter,
2ti seconds; J mile, 4U seconds;
mile, 1 :23 ; I mile, 1 :55. Wuler
foid Colt huving led at each pole,
won the entire stakes.
8th IO KY CLUB POST MITiH.
SueepMuk s, 8.0 and $0 a died.
Swei-pi-taUoi 'I io iln; or I'hiIiil
Riue; lust 2 In 3: f ee V r nil tu si
wlui huve not a rei-ind of 3 mln .
bbiier. To la iliivm by uiciuiJt'rr
of tho Jockov Club.
E.R. Mile's sh Elmo 1 1
V. U. Cornwell's b g Garfield 2 2
. ' . Hayley's r g George H d s
S.Parker's Bayswater d.s
Gai field was first favorite, but
Elmo driven by Miles proved too
much for him, and won in gallant
style. Time 2:44. Elmo also won
tho second heat. Time 2 :38J.
Otli-FONY RCE, $75.
Kuunl g Rieu: 1. mile dish;rp(n
to only H.wniii.n lirul h'Tis, uo
over 14 lutul. ami ntt under 3 yr
old; cntcli wt'1.h t.
W. H. Cornwell's g m Molllo.-T. Kona 1
Kealla Ranch, b in Woodburu, W.
D. Lovcll's b h Puul Pekl.. .K. Lovcll 3
Mollio got away the quickest, nnd
before the half-mile was reached
was ten lengths ahead. She dually
won by one hundreds yards, Wood
bum second, and Puul Pekl the
lengths away third. Time 1 :54.
Mollie was favorite for this race
and proved worthy of her patrons
by winning in grand style.
SECOND CIRCUIT COURT.
Mr. Justico Preston hold a term
of the Second Judicial Circuit Court
Wailuku, Maui, during tho past
week. Mr. A. P. Peterson, Deputy
Attorney-General, prosecuted for the
Crown, and tho following members
of tho bar attended tho Court: Hon.
Paul Neumann, Messrs. L. A. Thurs
ton, W. A. Whiting and C. W. AbIi
ford. Tho following cases havo been
disposed of :
CRIMINAL CASES HAWAIIAN JURY.
Rex. vs. Opiopiohano (w), desert
ing her husband. Appeal from Dis
trict Justice, Molokai. Appeal dis
misbed. Rex. vs. Kolohe, Makau, Kalaulano
and Kaniwelakckec, larceny of ani
mals. Appeal from District Justice,
Makawao. Nolle pros, ontered.
Rex. vs. Kalalelo, manslaughter.
Committed from Honolulu. Jury ac
quitted the defendant. W. A. Whit
ing appeared for him.
CRIMINAL CASES FOnEION JUnY,
Rex. vs, Ah Hin ot al having
opium in possession. Appeal from
Circuit Court. The appeal not be
ing in proper form, tho casu was dis
missed. John KichanUon for de
fendant. Rex. vs. D, Uignear, selling liquor
without a licoino. Appeal from Dis
trict Justice, Mukiiwno. Nullo pros,
entered because of thu death of tho
principal witnets. John Richardson
Rex. vs. Wong Bow ct al., selling
opium without u license. Appeal
J. A. iKiimti s'
fioni Circuit Court. The appeal was
dismissed for nnn-appcaruncu of de
fendants, and their bond forfeited.
Rex. vs. Thomas E. Evans, man
slaughter in 2nd degree Committed
from Laliaina Polico Court. Jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
Hon. Paul Noumann for defendant,
Rox. vs. Lee Pong, receiving stolon
pioperty. Committed from Poiico
Justice, Wailuku. Nolle pros, entered
aud tho prhnuor re-arrebted on thu,
chargo of lurcetiy.
Rpx. vp. Oro. O. WllliuniH, biibery.
Appiiil Hum I'clicu JtiMici', Wiiiluku.
'Ihu defeiiiliinl Iiiik withdrawn the
uppci.l fn tliif cute und pnid llio Hue.
Hex. v. Audio do I'rcitii, larceny.
Committed fioni Police. .TuMieo, Wai
luku. Nolle piof. ontuwd uftwr u
partial html ing of the case,
rooikl (w), nnd Kuiho (horhtiB
band) v. Kalakua, ejectment. J. W.
Knlua for plaintiff, L. A. Thurston
fur defendant. Continued to June
teim at Laliaina.
L. Von Tumi 1 tky vs. John Mugnil,
tM.iuK and dulling. Arguid on 11
qucttion of l.tw and Miliinitiul to the
Couit. Paul Neuni.111 for ilainliU',
C. W. Afhford for defendant.
Wiiiluku Sugar Company vs. Pai
wlf ejectment. J. W. Kulua for
plaintiff, Richardson for defendant.
Tried before a mixed jury, who re
turned a verdict for plaintiff. L. A.
Thurston for plaintiff, John Richard
son for defendant.
Several divorce cases were heard
and several remained to bo disposed
of when the Court adjourned Friday
night to Monday morning.
OVEnWIIELMINO rOPULAIlITT IK PENN
SYLVANIA OK THE MAINE
A telegram in the S. P. Bulletin
states that M. P. Handy, editor of
the Philadelphia iVetw, a peisonal
friend of Blaine, perhaps knows as
much about the future programme
of the Maine statesman as any one
in the Republican party. He says:
"My State is unquestionably for
Blaine. No other names are men
tioned but that of Sherman and Alli
son. Blaine can have the delega
tion solid if he chooser He is not
anxious to be a candidate nnd is
paying very little attention to all
tho talk about his running again in
1888. Ho will not nccept the nomi
nation unless it comes with prac
tical unanimity. If he is nominated
he will be elected. Senator Alli
son, after Blaine, would mako a
good run and caiVy the country.
He represents the great Noit'h
western territory, which has never
been (imminent in the incu for the
Piesideiicy. That teiritory is de
veloping, und de-dres proper iepre
sentation. Alli-on can curry New
Yoik as easily as any Eastern can
didate, with ilie exception of Blaine.
John Sh rman lias considerable
strength in Pennsylvania.
THE REVENUE OF CANADA.
According to tho Home Ifetn,
the levenue of tho Dominion ol
Canada amounted to 827,000,000
for the past nine months, and the
expenditure to 825,000,000. In the
corresponding peiiod of last year
there was u deficit of 81,250,000.
The Government of the Dominion
have resolved to triant three annual
subsidies of 8200,000 to the Cana
dian Pacific Railway toward the
cost of a line of steamers to run be
tween Vancouver Island and Aus
tralia; about 875,000 to the Ilulifax
and West India Company; about
$50,000 to a French company run
ning steamers between Huvre and
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by tho "Australia" a very fine
and beaut ml assortment of stylish mil
linery goods. Her former stock nf
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 52 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
X i i-pieud every evening in 1110 b ir
ronm, and patrons will Und everything
to suit die lasto of tho most fasildbm
epicures. 47 If
HAVING recently engaged a first,
elds. Ullilcr and Moulding Maker,
we are now fully prepucd to manufac
ture, repair and re gl A any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor und Picture
Frames mudu oier as gi od as now, nnd
ut prices wilhln the riach of all. The
puiillc me lnii:ed to tnll and inspcci
'Oino nf this work. Kememher, any
thing that needs renewing In Quid, Old
Gold, Bronze. Copper or Mcial uo can
do. KING BUOd., Art STonK. 17
PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour is
nllcifd for salo by QUxNSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
A WANT SUPPLIED-The
"Ei.kie" Hook, J u and NhWsi'Artn
Opfick, corner of Quui n nnd Ii Stret-ts
nppiiitlto tilllco of ibo Buinl of Huilili,
Imvu, in connection with their alrendy
hx (.us We Printlig Establishment, jusi
iculved ptr S. S. Australia, through
MessT' l'lilmur & Uuy, ofSunPrincU.
co, direct fiom tho mnnuf n'tory. New
York City. X GORDON .IOB I HINT
(SO 1'ItKS-, one n (uo tlno-t unil best
in llii uuilil, uid of tho htrgutit lzu
mid"1. Tliero Is nothing In ihUconntij
to L'onpirc wiih it Tn ex mlun ihU
lino p coo of workra w-ld) is worth u
vleit to ihu 'Kki.e' OiHce. It excel
in di 1 1 if th (Inert kind of wo k in Itu--h'irie-'
p i- ! Iu tlmt
MitcIi i .is tin I othurs ro pilrint; Print,
i g of ANY kino d'Jiiu at fhort notice,
und at rcit-onnlild nttcs, will dn well to
glvo ihu "Ei.kle" ofilee a call. Tdc
phono No. M4 lm33
Dr. Flint's Heaiit Remeuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
caso und uUo for Diacutcs of Kidneys
aud Cireultiuon. Deccriptivo book
with overy bottlo. Bonuon Smith &
Co., Auonts. H54
IN 5 GALLQN tBQN DRUMS
i the thlnu' to lnnki bud els of
wh n cmpi Fo' sile !
jjiiu A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Special NoticetD th? Ladies
By the steamer Australia, I
Europe, a largu assortment of the
Latest Novellieo iu
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed 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.
fcSrL&dies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite W. G.
Ccul's, Youth's ai Boy's Fine Custom Made Clothing
Hats, Cap3, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Bent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wh9at.
Also, Highland Scotch Belled 0.it9 !
Arj an entirely new prepirut'o i f 1 e.t tri I Ont, b -In; rroHcil by Stcnm, and
o .ly nqu r ds ulirl line I ir p icilnin fur tho lubli.
(35 Tin tnii-i i u rl o i- f- imI knuwi ."3
Also, Genuon, Gum, Gi'aliam Flour, Siuokctl Salmon,
Smoke I lla'ihui, llmnp Baini, Choli i D itc, 1 runt", Nut-, Ralus,
Nqw Ze.iland, C.illfonl i, and lun d i'o uto- , A: . (
Also, Uiooiu Coiu, excellent for cliickjn fee I, for tus by
Oliat. Hustace, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
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 all cases the fullest satisfaction, ih given in former
yeats, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as nlso for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kanieliaiiiehu IV, Kiiiiielinineliu V, and
Lunalilo, and having thu honor of tupi lyini; the pie-ent roynl household
with the delicacies produced iu my e-talilishmeiitj having over foity years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Cunrertloser. r.ixtry C'oo't an I Omnmoutcr liOllonoliiln.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StrooiB,
Both Telephones No 74 ('W a ) Honolulu. H. I
Just Received at
COLGATE Ss CO., LUNDBORGS,
E ASTMxVN ' S ALOHA, 1IO Y T' S COLOGNE
FARINA. GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
O ''t l' '
U"ox SSnle nt Xlon.Noiiiillo Friccai.
15U3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. '
liavc received direct
Irw In & Co's.)
Hollister & Co.'s
vel!-knovu brands of