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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.00. At
The Arcade EGAN & CO.
MONDAY, MAliCH 1J, 1888.
Sjmr Mikahala from Knunl
Stinr Walnlealc from Unmnkua
Btmr Llkcltko from Maul
Sclir Mllo Morris from Koolnu
SclirJCiuiuto from Kuan
Sch i' Wulmnlu from Ilonoinu
Bktiif Planter 1C days fioiu San Fian
Btmr Kaalafor Wnianao ami Walalua
a', 0 a m
Stmr J as Mnkca for Knpan at fi p m
Bk Frcidilch for San FianeUeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Canuto for Kunu
Scr Wahiiiiln for lionomu
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahalna anil llama-
kna at 8 a m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Llkullkc for Kahulul at 5 p in
Bk Velocity for Hongkong
Stmr Waialealc for Kaunl at 1 p in
Sclir Kaalokat for Ilanamatilu
Sclir Manuokawal for Koolnu
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Mar
18 Lord Dalryniplc, J W Alapal and
wife, Auc Drcler and wife, W It Law
rence, 11 W T I'm vis, 0 M Cooke. Miss
F Markliam, Miss DuehaUUy, l)r Her
bert and vlfc, Mrs .1 Kukltia and
daughter, R Cation, V Ewavt, U Bosso,
3 Chinese and 48 deck.
From Maui, per Likelike, Mar 18
HH Honor Justice S B Dole, Ills Ex I,
A Thurston, lion P N Mnkce, E 11
Kyau, W Bcrlowltz, SL Thomas, Mr
Bissel, H Macaulcy, H E Eldiid-e, Mrs
M S Knlco, J Uakuolc, Mrs Makanu, C
B Wilson and G deck.
From Waimanalo, per stmr J A
Cummins, M.r, 18 U B II l'llnccss Ll
lluokalani, Piincess l'oomnikclani, J A
Cummins aud wife, MrsM Knhai, Allen
Herbert, W Holt aud wife.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Canute 3.000 bs sugar.
Sclir Wahnalu 1,200 bgs sugar.
Stmr Llkellke G,U00 bgs sugar, 81
hides, -1 cows, 1 horse and 2,0 l'J ft
of koa lumber.
Stmr Waialeale 3,87-i bgs sugar.
Stmr Mikahala 3,820 bgs sugar.
The J A Cummins came from Wai
manalo buoy to Honolulu in 2 lire and
C8 minutes yesterday evening, and the
6teamer Waimanalo in 3 hours and 7
i ..J L ' " 1 . U ..L .1,"
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Hoiin's Butter Scotch is all the
Mb. G. West is confined to his
house by illness.
The U. S. S. Marion
practico this moining.
The onlarging of Koloa wharf is
finished, and is a fine job.
The water-wheel and electric light
dynamo will bo tested to-monow.
A cottaqe is offered to let on Uorc
tania street Apply at J. E. Brown &
A party; of about 75 camo over the
Pali on horseback from Waimanalo,
Kauai had fair weather during all
of last week, excepting Satin day,
when it blew like mibchief.
Tun remains of the late L. Aholo
were interrod at Kawaiabao ceme
tery, yesterday afternoon.
A Chinese plantation hand com
mitted suicide at Nawiliwili last
Thursday by hanging himself.
Mr. A. J, Carlwright lequests tho
presenting to' him of nil claims
against tlie cstato of Mr. K. W.
Bashfui, Honolulu boys aio organ
izing a social and dancing club, and
intend giving weekly or semi-monthly
The W. S. Bowno will leavo for
San Francisco on Thursday next at
12 noon. A mail fiom tho Post Of
fico will be dispatched by bor.
. i m
A bamplb of Horn's Buttor Scotch
enables tho inmates of this oillco to
tostif v to tho m ticlo's niconebs of H
flavor and general good qualities.
MnssRB. Wulkor and Bedward
made a present of a kahili stand and
handle, composed of 17 kinds of iw-,
tivo woods, to Mr. J. A. Cummins, on
i .i -
On Thursday, tho 22d inst., tho
birthday of His lato Majesty, tho
Emperor William of Germany, thoro
..." . , .!..- !.. O
Will UO a niemunui uuivicu in
Andrew's Cathedral at 11 A. m
W. A. Wiutinci aud Obailes Croigh
ton havo dissolved partnciship, by
mutual agreement. O. Oroigbton has
Ilia olfice at No. 15 Kaahuinanu
streot, formerly occupied by S. B.
- . .--
SajvI Kainaka, "Wildor's shipping
man, has raised $00, among his ac
quaintances, for tho benefit of Ka
waiabao Church. Sam bad $70 a
fow-wceks ago, but since then ho
raised $20 moro,
Thk colobratioi) of Mr. J. A- Cum
mins 53 birtbdny aii'niyeraiy,at Wni
pianalo, last' Satuda'y, wils a grand
a'j'air.' Tho day 'began with lioit-o
races, thon a big luau, followed by a
minstrel entertainment and tableaux,
w'iiding up with dancing.
If j on want a
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO,
A Hon1!!: attached to a homemade
brake bolted on S.ituidny afternoon,
from near tho jail, and uaiuc lo a rest
on King stioet, near Liliha stveet, by
both upsetting, No serious damage
oeeuned to either, or to anybody
- i 3 il
Two naphtha launches came by
tho Martha Davies, one of moderate
size for tho I. 1. S. N. Co., and a
smaller ono for Mr. 11. P. Baldwin of
Haiku, Maui. The ono Hist inon
tioued can be hoisted on a steamer',
davits and will bo iibed chioily in
towing sugar boats from I ho landing
to tho steamer.
For a cool, delicious bovqugc, try
McOarthy'6 Milk Shake.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hand Concert at Emma Square, at
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No.
21, F. & A. M., at their Lodge
room, at 7:30 o'clock, for election
The Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not sell (impoitcd) Stale Choco
late Creams for home-made, but its
own fiesh and superior articlo mndo
by F. HoitN, the only Pinctic.il Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whose Chal
lenge his would-be competitor dare
not accept. S2
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
Two natives, employed at a plan
tation at Waimea, Kauai, forged the
employer's name, one day last week,
to an order for goods fiom J. T.
Walerhouse, of this city, to be sent
to a certain place. The rat was
smelled, the goods sent and tho two
natives were captured as they came
forward to take the goods.
Royal Hawaiian Band
crivo a moonlight
concert at Emma
Square this evening, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
Maieh Entrance Strati"
Introduction -Carmen llizet
Walt M j' Queen Coote
Hcniliilsecnces of all nations. ..Godfrey
Mauoa, Pua Alani me Kaplolani
Itominicences of Scotland.
Echo ICa hea a Iliku
SUGAR AHD RICE MARKET.
On the 8th inst, the California
Refinery reduced prices -Jc ; all
round. The American, had not is
sued a new ptico list up to that
New York. March 8th. Sugar
Relincd ; crushed and cut loaf, 7-Jc ;
cube, Gif : dry granulated, G!Jc ex
tra yellow C, 5c. Raws Cuban
centrifugal, 9G test, S5.43J; beet
sugar (London quotation) 14s Gd.
On March Gth, the rice market
at San Francisco was strong with an
upward tendency ; G850 bags which
arrived by the Consuelo wore
piomplly sold at 5 cents..
The twenty sailors belonging to
the whaler John P. West, who were
locked up in thc-Station House for
lefusing duty, were taken back to
the ship this afternoon. They
marched down to the tug boat,
handcuffed two and two, under
charge of Capt. Larson and Ollicers.
They boarded the Eleu in good
order and were taken out lo the
ship standing off the harbor.
The J. P. West expects to sail for
the Arctic on Thuisday next. A
squad of marines from the U. S. S.
Adams arc on board, to preserve
order, and will remain there until
the whaler is about to sail,
In the Police Coin t this morning
C. Gilbert, J. MoDuff and several
natives were fined SO each for drunk
enness. Villiam McCrcgor and A. More
wore lined C each for heedless riding
J. D. Andrews and Kcoliolani,
nffray SO each.
Nineteen dollars were received
fiom Chinamen who violated tho
Sunday law, yesterday. Several
gases were remand to future dates
while some wcio discharged.
Honolulu, II. I., 1
Mar. 17,1888. J
Mk. IIokn Dear Sir: I sent to
you last evening for some Butter
Scotch forttro children who have a
bad cold on the chest, and I must
say it is the only true Butter Scotch
I havo tasted since I left my native
country (Lancashire, Kngland),
wlijeji is famous for t.
Mits. JL C-AYKOun.
P. S. The Butter Scotch loosen
ed the tightness on tho chest at
once and tho cough was much
t'asior, J? i Pi
The above letter is n purely voU
untaiy contribution, unasked.
' K. II.
Tho oillco of the Chattanooga
Chronicle has been burned. Loss.
Tho Arcadb-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
The Kinn vs. W. S.
tinued until to-morrow, on account
of disability of Minister of Interior,
an important witness, to attend.
In probate, in the matter of the
estate sf Kailikolo (k.), lato of Wai
klki, Honolulu, Onliti, deceased.
Petition of Nahoia Ilipa for probate
of will. On motion of contestant
continued until 2Gth inst., subject
to settlement of costs in the future.
W. O. Smith for petitioner, J. L.
Kmilukou for Knuiakani
In equity. Cha3. 15. Bishop, S.
M. Damon, Clias. M. Hyde, (Jims.
M. Cooke and Jos. O. Carter, Trus
tees under the will or llcrnico Pau
ahi Bishop, vs. Alexander J. Cart
wiigbt, Trustee under tho will of
Einnni Kalcleonalanl, Bill for par
tition of land known as tho ahupuaa
of Ilalawa, in the district of Ewa,
(Jahu, same as is mentioned in L. C.
Award Nos. 7,712 and 8510. Kcturn
day. Stipulation will be filed for a
continuance of this day. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiffs; Cecil Brown
In equity. D. "W. Kanoelcluia
vs. A. J. Cartwiight, Trustee 6f the
estate of Emma Knlclconalaui. Bill
lo declare and execute a trust. Be
turn day continued, upon stipula
tion of counsel, until 2Glh inst.
STORY OF THE SO-CALLED
Editou Bulletin: We having
read your article published the
other day in reference to the so
called mutiny, and feeling not only
giateful to you for its tone, but also
thinking that you might for human
ity's sake, be willing to give pub
licity to our story, if prepared Tor
you, aud feeling that that story if
published might tend to a proper
examination of our case, wc-havc
prepared the following biief state
ment. By publishing tho same you
will earn our united gratitude. This
is the only course left open to us, oth
erwise, wo would never have attempt
ed to trouble you. Premising, we
would say that we have been before
the U. S. Consul, and after making
a hasty and imperfect statement,
owing to his appaient indifference
to our story, we weic lodged in the
Station House and are there still.
The Portuguese Commissioner lias
heic visited such of us as are Portu
guesc (about four of our number.)
There are others here of four diffe
rent nationalities, namely: Ameri
cans, Britis.h, Germans and Dutch,
who have had no means of commu
nicating with their respective con
suls or commissioners. Our treat
ment by the authorities has been
most kind and courteous, and in
singular contrast with our treatment
on our own voyage hither.
We aie called mutineers. But if
tho facts of the case, fairly stated,
make us so, then we suppose the
same reasoning will make our cap
tain a saint and our ship a paradise.
Here it is:
We left New Bedford July 20,
1887, for a 13 months' whaling
ciuUc to the Aictic, and arrived
here March 13lh. We had not been
out 20 days, when the offensive and
impure character of the food sup
plied to us made it necessary to
complain to the captain. We made
no demand or threats ; and one of
us was knocked down in a brutal
manner, while asking lo sec tho
ship's articles; and wc were also
threatened with future illlreatmcnt
for the offense we had committed.
This tlncat has proved to be no idle
one, for off Cape Horn, the vessel,
as we believe, was purposely delay
ed, the vessel with quite ordinary
weather taking two months to round
tho Cape, and going far enough
South (as tho Captain himself said)
to see ice, The course was not al
tered until the mate emphatically
declared it must bo changed, for
neither ho nor the men could stand
the cold. Moreover, the men wero
deprived of n stove, put on board
especially for use by them. Ceilnin
of us were refused tho privilege of
buying extra clothing from the slop
ohost. The captain was almost incca
eb&aiitly waiuiing his own interior
with grog, supposed to have been
put aboaid for the use of the men,
while they had neither grog, fire,
nor sufllcient clothing to keep thorn
warm. Tho effect of his drinking
what wub supposed lo liAve been
aboard for the use of 30 men can be
imagined. He was almost always
in a state unlit to command a ves
sel, and as a consequence, one poor
fellow lost his life overboard. This
was by a Henseless command, to
furl nnd unfurl a sail two or thrjco
times over in a gale of wind.
Our only meat wussalt-junk during
tho whole voyage wiHi the exception
of three or four meals of fresh inca
off the fc-outU American Coast. After
ono month, our potatoes gave out.
Besides this, we had bread mado of
horrible flour, filled with debris of
various kinds. It was simply like
tho salt Junk, uneatable. Tliu meat
was old and hUnklng, probably ba
been on several previous voyages.
We had dried beans once every
teveii (lava until about six weeks be-
foio armal. Hud no otber vegP:
tallies 01 any kiiu,
"Wo had scttivoy In November and
5 bad cases until arrival. Wlieu,
fcdolt lit the Fine IilnC of
Tho Arcado-EGAW & CO.
scurvcy had broken out the captain
would allow tho sick a little lime
juice and vinegar, but at no other
tune. One man is still sick on board
with the disease.
Olio man among us is sick. This
man injured bis back by a fall down
the hold, aud has ailed ever since
more or less, is now suffering pain
and sore throat, is not allowed pro
per treatment, and is compelled to
sleep on bard boards Without a
pillow in his cell. Among the whole
twenty of us wo have three thin
blankets, but wo do not blame the
authorities here for that as wc know
the Station House is not a place
for permanent detention. Wc, who
arc well, do not care for boaid beds
and the bites of millions of mosqui
toes; for it is altogether heavenly in
comparison to life aboard that ship.
Still further, the captain has
threatened to punish us for our
mutinous conduct when he gets us
"up noith." We suppose he in
tends to freeze us in si more severe
fashion than he did off Cnpo Horn.
Our lives even are not safe ; and wc
feci it, with a man who makes him
self incompetent by reason of his
This slntcmcnt, we doubt not, will
be corroborated in almost every par
ticular by every man on board, even
down to the fiist mate. Individual
instances of brutality wc have not
i elated, but thoy arc numerous.
When wc shipped it was distinctly
understood, wo were to have liberty
on at living at Honolulu. AVe sim
ply icquested, us we had been nearly
8 months at sea. We know by cx
pciience that the captain intends not
to give us any until wo have finished
our voyage. Until now, none of us
have ever disobeyed a command.
When we started on our voyage there
was not an able seaman aboard;
there are none now. Whether, under
the circumstances wc can ever get
any icdress, is the question wc ask.
Some wise people say "every wrong
has its remedy." There is cither
no wrong here or the remedy is mis
sing. The lawyers say they can fix
us light, but the need of tin, which
we have not, is ominously suggested.
O. P. Leonard,
T. J. Roza,
F. S. King,
John H. Jarding,
J. M. Curloj',
locking Silvey, .
Honolulu, March 15), 1888.
A FRIENDLY ARGUMENT.
Editor Bum.utin: Allow me to
premise by saying that I am writing
iu the spirit of fiiendly argument.
The subject on which I take issue
with you is, "Should a public ser
vant have a private business?" I
argue, no, and present the following
as my reasons:
-Phis Government being the Re
form Government is intended to be
by and for the people all the peo
ple, not some and tho well being of
all is supposed to be in view iu
every step thoj' take. Now, one
important point is to so conduct
affairs that the people may he con
tented and happy; but if, according
to your theory, one man is allowed
to (ill an olllcial position and to
carry on business at the same time,
somebody is going to be crowded
out, aud dissatisfaction that might
bo prevented is going to oiistic, and
possibly a loss of population, which
means taxes and votes,
In tho second place it is only fair
to judge that there are men enpable
of filling the various Government
ofllccs outside tho ranks of men iu
business, and if the business man
considers the Government position
precarious, why take it? why not
confine his attention to his business
and leave tho Government position
to i-omc one who docs not want the
whole eartli but is content with part
I have no objection lo any one
getting an anchor out to windward
asitwoie, but I do object to tho
Government assisting him to do it,
probably at tho expense of some one
else iu the community with equal
rights as far as tho Government is
concerned. No, my dear Editor, I
don't believe iu it; in business
every man has got tho light to crowd
another out, if lie can and desires to
do so, but when he has the assist
ance of the Government to (ill two
holes with one peg somebody 'is
You must not imagine that I
argtiQ that a man has no right to
perforin nny labor outside of Gov
ernment hours, I do not fpr a min
ute argue any such thuig ; labor 'a
sacred, u;id uiy innn ha? u right tp
woili as long us ho Is at liberty to
do so, and to receive pay for it
I ' w '' .Yono to employ liiui.
''t i UP coniuiiii inai uio hold,-
liijQf a Gpturnimiit position ciiriies
uipro or lois influence with it, mid
places the holder in n position, cp.ui
uiercially to furthpr Ufa Qvfn lnt,'er
A Fine Mnc of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
ests at the expense of some biuiuens
competitor who at the same time
partially bears the but den of the
salary paid to said Government
Now allowing as you argue that
a Government position is pre
carious, the lctuedy, in my mind,
lies not in filling said positions with
men who can afford lo lose them
again without injury to themselves,
but rather to pass such laws ns will
secure n good civil seivico system lo
this countty, a system demandini;
an applicant prove competency be
fore appointment, and after appoint
uient protection from removal ex
cept from cause, said cause to be
sulllcicnt for removal, and to bo
proven by tiial should the olllcial
As the Legislature will soon meet,
I think this important matter should
be ventilated, and I feci that in
calling your attention to it I have
done all that is necessary to further
that object, leaving the matter thus
in your hands, and hoping 1 have
succeeded in converting you to my
view. I am,
Philadelphia, March 5. Claim
Spreckcls and his son held pio
longed conference to-day with E. C.
Knight in the latlcr's olllce. Thorc
weie also present Knight's son and
Francis R. Pemberton, President of
the Pennsylvania Warehousing Com
pany. At the conclusion of the con
ference the elder Spreckcls said that
he should not talk conclusively
about his intentions until he had
gone fully over the giound and in
quired fully into the desirability of
both. Pemberton wishes to interest
him in a project for the establish
ment of an extensive lefinery iu this
city, which lias been under consider
ation for several months past.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
J- WORKS. Capacity 1,000 ilozeii
per (lay Kcw .Machinery, New Bottle
In addition to our patent Crjstnl Valve
Biltlcs we arc now prepared to Btipply
War Ship and Ves-tls having for otlici
countries with Soda Water, ft-., put up
ia I ork Bnttles without cin charge for
liottlc. J. E. Blown fc Co, Depot 28
Meiehtim .livct. 01 s
pHAS. J. FISH EL has received
KJ cs Australia the latest stjlu of
ladies untriimucd bath, also a Hue line
of children's leghoi n hats In ibffcicnt
shapes. Call aud tec them. 87 Us
GET SOME Genuine Olufashioncd
Hnttei scotch Candy, at the new
L andy Factory !
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL. nut licams lednceil to 30 cents
per whole pound, at the Pioneer .Steam
Candy Factory and Uahcry, Hotel, be
tween Xuiiiiim and Fortstiects. 71
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JT colateand Cocoanut Caiamels ic
duccd to !i0 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam ( andy Factory and
liaUeiy, lintel, between Niuuinu and
Foi t btrects. T I
LTMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forum l'oit. Mailuita and Malaga,
for sale in Kcj- m d cujc- by
U ON SALVE,-. & (O,
01 Queen mko
URE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate CreauisCdc-
liclous) l educed to 'M cents pel whole,
pound, at the Pioni:ek Sti:.m Ca.ndv
Factory and Bkkkv, Hotel, m:-
TWKEN NlIUANU AND FOItT BTItl'.ETS.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will bu gratefully lcceiv
cil for ilio use of the inmates ot tho
brunch ilopital for Liners at Koknako
or at the Leper Bdtlnicnt on Molokai.
if left with J. T. iitcrliotisc, ji., at the
Queen Streot Store. t.fcl tf
IHISS. P. THIELE,
On Bpretiiniu MreU near I'likol.
(Formerly McGuIro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School,
Also, French and. Gcnnan taught, and
r Jlii'io Lo lions given.
A tafe convryHiicc will call for nnd re
turn chllilr.'ii living at a dbtnncc.
72 Miiliiiil Tekphniio No. fiUl. film
WK beg to intimate that Mr, W. L.
Green who lint hitherto, with
Mr. O, W. Mtu'fiirlunc, cnnilueted rur
ngouey here, retire; fiom the tunic uh
i n 1st January, lS-t.
Mr. O. W." Mi cm i Line, aisUtcd by
Vr, Hoheit ' inii-n. v HI ornithine to
repin-M'nt 01 r llim l.oic.
MIUHI.KE', WAT -ON it CO.
Honolulu, SUnl February, 188S.
lone i) feel
O Whnlo -Uo-it, 30 feet
deep, 8 bet vlde;a22 h el butt Hunts;
l 1H tcctHtur Moat; B jackui I'lunjser,
10 feet long, (i feet (I Inches wide, 2 leet
0 inchea deep, ullli mast nnil solid all
complete; 1 2i fed Siillinu Senw, with
mast ami tails all complote. Anjilv to.
K. 11. KYAN.
Ho.ti llulldoi nnd General .Tolibei. 51 tf
A HANDSOME COOL BARBER SHOP,
8H K1.N3 te'XKJ!jl3'.I
,S been oneneil ovrr tho itbuuiiuil
by one of the best nitvutlcHl
burliers In the c-hv. (5 iitleiiien uifli.
ir g a nice wm Hi.ive, or h finbliinablu
jjuir Out will Ibid It to their advautofju
to j;lvo mc a trial, ',751m
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST RECEIVED A
LINEN LAWNS IN
Ilia Lin ai Eirolft Swisses,
Black Mii Si at Low Prices.
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
Dupce Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs .
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Germea,
HttckiiiM &. Frnnco American Feed Co.'a Ansort'd Noujia,
Ridges Food, Imperial Granum, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
BSf Leave your oiders,
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
HiiYing- not only a six years' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in all and every branch of
Ol? THE 1U01IEST
all sizes, always
on hand or
niented in the highest
other production in Honolulu.
SHonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort &
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the Woodlawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.00I S2.O0! S2.00? SS.OO!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY
CAKE, AND BUEAD BAKERY,"
As some- evil disposed persons who are openly boast
he intention of ruinin": my business and villanonslv
falscfying my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
100 t any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CKMAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamonter
Both Telephone:, !Xo. 7-1, Hotel St. bet. Nuuami & Fort St.
NEW DESIGNS' !
Torcliom Laces !
or ring up 119.
jC A K E IS j
made to order and orna-
artistic style, defying all
Nuuanu; both Telephones No. 74g3l
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