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Continued from pnfc 2.
Tliu President announced Hie re
ception of n letter from tlio chief
Cleik of the Supremo Court, by
direction of the Chief Justice, pre
senting the Assembly with the Bien
nial Kuport. of the Chief .Justice.
' Hep. Brown moved resolutions,
that 5 and 8:1 be refunded, tuspee
tively, to Nakau and Alolie, being
taxes improperly collected. Carried.
Hop. Keiiu read u Ilrsl time an
act to prohibit driving and leading
cattle on the public road in Jloaim
lua valley, from the Kwa to the
Ken. Eiliknlani read a lirst time
an act to amend the law of leol J
authorizing the Minister of the In
terior to grant licenses to distill
.Minister Neumann miliums his
report of Attorney-General, accoin
....in.i iiv ilinhiif tlii! Marshal. He
had not had tho report printed, not
feeling aulhoii.cd to decide how
niiii'h, if any, of the statistics therein
contained weie desiiablo for publi
cation. On motion of Hep. Aholo,
tht! leport was ordered to be' printed.
Hep. Ktmi moved a resolution that
$4,000 bo appropriated for codify
ing, printing and binding the laws
of tho kingdom in the Hawaiian
lnii.riimru. On motion of Noble
rinTrliorii. the resolution was tabled
Uop. Thurston moved aresolutioils
to appropriate 31,000 to buy bouni hi
volumes of all Hawaiian publlca U
tions, to be deposited in the Goveri Ig
nietit library. He reierrcii 10 11
dilliculty now existing of (indiii
access to even recent Illes of domeig
tic iiublications. Carried.
Km. IMekov nresenled a resol
tion that S-1,000 be appropriated
imilrl suitable school li(ti-os at 5'
kawao, Maui, deferred to the La
.... I !..... 111.
canon UUIIIUHI.IUU. j-g
Hep. Nahalc gave notice of niif
to provide a permanent settleirfact
for Princess Pooinaikclani. cmt
Rep. Paehaole read a first titnqjp
act to amend sec. 20 of an actrtan
amend chap. 10, Penal Code, pa.J$to
in lbTiu. The effect of the anniSCd
nient is to make the age of coinsnd-
atlendancc at school 0 t'pui-
instead of G to Iff as at r lt
Richardson read a lirst ii
an act providing for a trnnsfctimo
the scat of tho Second Judiciafciof
cuit Court from Lahaina to WaiiCIr-
... .. ..!.. .1 lw. iMllllllfll.
suspended, to liave the bill rbe J
cm.n.wl tilnn liv its title. Mil a
Tlw. Prnsident called the attM
of lncnHiers to tlio reqiiirenicnitioii
twn.Lliirtls vote of all the me oi
present, and not merely of ambers
voteil, to suspenii me ruics. "
iVXjiomotion carried, aim i
was remfa second time by it bil
I?..., fVieilo moved to ref'tle.
bill to thu -Judiciary Comnuttii tn)
.; .. - - - . , i
Rep. Jvalua preferr to ',,..
referred to a select comLiltteef
Neither the member from Arailu)kii
nor uiiiiscu wus un mo iiiinioiaiy
Committee. This bill sought toUmvje
tho term of Court held at hjj&iiiL
changed to another place. Tliiajnva
tho fourth attempt to clian rosin
place of meeting of the Court)
Tiierefore ho moved that the Jjill b
indelinitcly postponed. Ho hatl no
doubt that if any of theiiiwoijo
alive in 1888, whoever rupnisehtud
"Wailukii woiiU' 'ntrodiice a lull like
this, lie had l. ftiocd all along thfit
bills of this kind were always
brought in by members frotHVWa'i
luku. The Governuient did pot de
sire the proposed change. JyjjlSO
lie had the honor to rcpresentjVVai
luku himself and he introduced a
bill to make the change. At that
time the only idea of making tile
change was to benelit the district of
Wailuku and not for tliogooilVof tlie
rest of the country at all. j
Rep. Dickey hoped that lihe bill
would pass. He was not from? Wai
lukii and was perfectly indeiliulcnt
in the matter. The CourL si on Id bo
held at the most convenienljjplace,
and Wailuku would acconimod:)tc
the most people. When thai Court
ivas established at Lahuinu, iclf.it was
a large place whalcshii
comiin' there and it was a v
vcnient place, ism at pre
liaina was makc-loa. The
inore people in the district
than in Lahaina, Olowalu am
pali together. If this qiies
Jelt to me votes or the pc
iMaui no was sure they woi
with a large majority for i
Ho hoped the house would
this matter in a spirit of )
Rep. Thurston agreed wi
Dickey and gave his view
native tongue without inteipm
On motion of Rep. Crft
12:15, the house adjourned till 1 :30
Vomiti.nu after taking foo
it vented by dieting on taro floir.
Aicthth' iMnteriuls, I'laipuiJ, Pur
Siretcbei.., Cnnvns, etc., etc.,, at Kli
Bros.' Arttro. 4l20 GR
' CoilK and see jnv new i R toil
Hats h) all shapes, .lust fjpouc
line Hne5Jf l'liriiuols and Fans, wl
I will sell at very low figuWk A
Silk Gloves and Mitts, in all' sha;
pntuiit Leather l'liuips (dan
hoes) in luco and ties. Tho la
jstyles of Millinery received by e
steainer. Bo sure and huvoU looi
our most exipiihito evening Bonffusts
in Opera l'ink, Lt. Mott'ci gn
jtnyrtlc green, lurcois hlue, lilac,
linuu, etc., at zi.) UUAS. J, I'IBHeJ
r)AY. MAY 11, 188G.
JJIJ' Iu.r eaoull from Kobnla
rnJCnuii. Hi.! ftom Kiuinl "
l3y H- llUhop from Iliunakn.i
myH't Hull for
mr W C i.
AVIndwaid Port at
for Windward Ports at I
EliJ LEAVING TO-MORROW,
t Bishop for Walatuie
VESSELS Id PORT,
of Devon. Mockcts
'Stitl'l loriilni' Slur, 'l'liimcr
!Birtiio3l,..1H(!.M Shidu. Gonltl
111.. VJ '
MKUIU -TV:l. IV Ulllllll
i llamakiiii, per (' 11 JHslinn,
Ft 1 The MUim Rlekanl and 5
iCiuml. per hvahuil, May 10-.I T
'honve, .lr. Master Watorhouse, O
I, II l.angur, Mrs A Adlorand
Mr Lola and DO dock.
Kahulul. per I.ikvllkc, Mnv 10
am Xorrl, l.lput It V I.ahllahl,
i U'Sulllvan and two children. II
lduiti, II i: Halluy, I)r II I Llglil
, MUs Xauuy I.lula and 80 deck.
pARUOES FROM ISLAND-PORTS.
r OR Jilsliop :i.Si)0bng4 of sugar.
"leainer C It J)lhop
crow at. 8
for Waianac only.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Band conceit at Emma
inure last niuht was excellent, and
ho attondancc good.
Tin-: Bethel Sunday School meet-
iK, announced to m nciti at Jir. un-
.ni;h:uu s tins evening, is postponed
ml il Thuridiiy evening on account
f the Recitals at tho Y. M. C. A.
JIu. William Rice, who resides at
Kalilii-waciia, lobt fifteen valuable
fowls laH nicht. Soino thief or
thieves broke into tlio coop, which
was locked, and carried on, unseen
and unheard, its inhabitants.
Last Saturday, while the steamer
C. It. Bishop was at llonokaa, a tele
phonic despatch was received from
tho Volcano Ilonce, via J I Ho, stating
that the Volcano had just then burst
forth with great violence, and was
boiling and ragillg in all its former
Mk. E. R. Ryan has just completed
the construction of a craft, whale
boat model, for Mr. Geo. Gay of
Kauai. It is 22 feet long, ff feet
beam, and 2 feet deep. It is clim
pcr built with copper fastening. It
lias u center board and must, and is
a very staunch vessel.
I'Acinc Hose Company No. 1 held
tliiar regular meeting last night, unil
unanimously nominated tlio tollow
ing candidates for the annual elec
tion, to bo held next month : John
Xott, for Chief Engineer; M. D. Mon
sarrat, for Fiist Absistant; and Julius
Ai-ch, for Second Assistant.
I'i'RPKii White, of tlie steamer
Bishop, besides bringing news of the
Volcano, reports strong trade winds
witli rain squalls at llamakua, last
week. Ho also reports tliat at 7:30
lust night, while putting Munition
Bay, a largo fire was seen not a very
great distance inland, and towards
Waikapu. The people on tho steamer
were tumble to locate tho lire exactly.
A team of six marksmen from II.
B.M.S. Triumph and six crack-shots
of the Hawaiian Rifle Asbociutiou,
will incut to-niouow afternoon at tho
Casino runge, for a friendly contest
at target shooting. Thev will shoot
at 200, 400 and 500 yards, with ten
rounds a piece at each range. Tho
II. R. A. team will be W. linger, F.
Higgins, C. B. Wili-on, E. llingley,
Dr. Brodio and J. X. S. Williams.
Tm: Kc An llou left here yester
day for Hawaii, and when ncarMolo
kai spuing n leak. The weather was
rough, and as every lunge one of the
seams at the bow would open and
admit water. The leak incicni-cd and
tho schooner was put about for
Honolulu. Her pumps wero kept in
constant motion. She arrived InJro
early this morning, with considerable
water in her hold.
Snoim.Y after the fire Mr. J. V.
Bowcu circulated a siibcriptioii libt,
for the purpose of raising money to
trout tho tars of the Satellite and
llcioiuo to n feust, in recognition of
their services tit tho (lie. Tho sum
of about -fSO was raised, and tlieio
tho mutter remained, for want of
further iifBistuneu. and finally died a
deutli. Tho donations sub
were returned to the donors.
Last evening, at tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall, a committee of experts, con
sisting of Messrs. C. M. Cooke, F.
J. Lowrcy and W. 1 1. Bowen, ex?
amincd scvcrnl spts of books, kept
by tho scholars of Mr. P. C, Jones
book-keeping class, for tlie purpose
of deciding which was the best "all
round" set. Five sets of books
were handed In, and after a careful
examination by the committee, Mr.
Abo Louisson was awarded tho
first prize of S10. Mr. C. M. Cooke
kindly added a second prize of So,
which was awarded to Mr. Edmund
Hart. Mr. Kiihia received an "hon
orable mention." It is pleasing to
notu that Mr. Jones has, in all his
classes, had eeveral Hawniians as
scholars who hnvugencrnjly acquitted
themselves well as bookkeepers.
Wo are,inforined that Mr, Louis
son lias paid iti to tho Treasurer of
tho Y. M. C. A. the 810 dollars,
feeling that tho batisfaction of hnv
iug lceeived the first pi izo is honor
enough for him.
COMBINED BANDS CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band and
tho band of II. IJ. M. S. Triumph
combine in a conceit at the Ha
waiian Hotel, beginning at 7:30
tills evening. Following is the pro
gramme: IIOVAI. HAWAIIAN 11ANH.
March Pnder Comrades Kant
Selection Xallomd Fantasia... Kappey
Overture Coin otitic d'Or Herman
Selection Zainpa Ilerold
Jlareh Tutiiiluuiser Wagner
Selection Xahncco enll
Waltz See Saw Croroo
Ka Ipo I.iuiac, God Have the Queen,
Piofessor Parker gives readings
and recitation at the V. II. C. A.
Hull to-night, for the benelit of thu
Honolulu Reading Room Asso
ciation. .Judging from the eulogies of
the press of New York and San
Francisco, an intellectual feuttt
awaits the hungry. Here is what
the New Yoik Tribune says: A
critical and delighted audience listen
ed to the readings of Horatio Gil
bert Parker in Lcland's Ocean
House, Long Branch, last evening.
We have never heard a more versa
tile or pleasing reader. In a scene
from "Pichclieu" and a stave from
Dickon's "Christmas Carol," he
showed to special advantage his
peculiar power and commanded
THE LAfE FIRE.
The committee appointed by the
King in Cabinet Council to investi
gate the cause, etc., of the late
lire, have made the following report:
To His Majesty the King ix
Caihset Council Sire The under
signed Committee appointed by Your
Majesty to investigate and report
upon tlie cause of the lire which
devastated a large portion of the
city ot Honolulu, on the 18th day
of April ultimo, would respectfully
state that having made due inquiry
into the matters for which they were
appointed, and examined all the
testimony available, and having also
obtained valuable assistance and
suggestions froin, the Chief Engineer
of the Fire L.tilment and his
Assistants, as also from other citi
zens of experience, they, the Com
mittee, do find :
First The lli'c started in a back
room in the upper story of the two
story wooden building, situated on
tlie easterly corner of Hotel street
and Smith's lane, the lower story of
the building being occupied as a
Second The cause is somewhat
uncertain. The Chinese examined
state as their belief that a gambling
game or lottery, in which a large
number of tickets were used, was
in progress. A dispute nrose, and
the tickets were seized by one of
those present and thrust into a lire,
which was burning in tlie room. A
sculllc then ensued, during which
tlie fire was scattered over the floor,
and in a moment the room was in a
blaze. Some twenty ormoie China
men were seen running out from tlie
upper story when the lire broke out.
Third As to the reason of the
fire being so quickly uncontrollable:
(a) The streets were too narrow
to permit the Fire Depaitment to
work to advantage in tho commence
ment. (b) The blocks of houses were
too largo and compact, the distance
from street to street was too great,
and the modes of ingress dillicult,
and during a fire, dangerous.
(c) The overhanging balconies or
verandas projecting into the streets
proved lire traps and ready means
of spreading the lire.
(d) The storage of gunpowder,
kerosene, and other combustibles
was greatly in excess of the amount
allowed by law.
(e) The inflammable nature of a
large proportion of the Chinese
merchandise, such as the different
varieties of food preserved in oil,
Fourth Ah to the Water Supply:
The water mains on Beretania, Hotel
and King streets are too small to
supply the steam lire engines now
in use, and the fire plugs are wholly
inadequate, being only 1J- inches
Fifth Our Fire Department
worked heroically, and their efforts
wero bravely seconded by tlieolllcers
and crews of the British men-of-war
Heroine and Satellite, by our native
troops, and by our citizens gene
rally. Sixth The present apparatus and
equipment with, perhaps, an addi
tional supply of hose, is amply
sullicient for our present require
ments. And your Cominittoo would now
most respectfully recommend as
follows, vix.: That the widening and
straightening of the streets in the
burnt district, and tlie opening of
now ones therein, in accordance with
the recommendation of the Jury,
duly appointed for that purpose, be
carried out fully and promptly.
That the limit for lire-proof build
ings lio extended to cover as much
of the burnt district as possible.
That fire walls bo erected at pro
per fixed distances in that part of
tho burnt district whero it may be
proposed to allow tho erection of
That the water mains bo all in
creased in size, more especially those
on the streets running parallel with
the water front; and the Nutianu
street main be increased from 12 to
18 inches ; that upright fire hydrants,
with a least two 2j-inuh openings,
be adopted throughout the city ; anil
that additional cisterns be built.
That the building of over-hanging
verandas on the street fronts be ab
That tlie law governing the storage
of kerosene be amended ; thai Hit:
area and quantity allowed be more
clearly defined : and then that the
requirements of the law be strictly
In tho matter of fire limits, your
committee would further recommend
that tlio limits for fire-proof build
ings be extended towaids Waikiki
from tho present limits to Punch
bowl street for all buildings used
for business purposes.
All of which is respectfully sub
Committee S. M.
MAX to drive n dr.iv and work
ubotit the store Apply to
A. W. IMEHCE A CO.
A PILE OK THE GA.EITE for the
past Oyeari-. Apply to
2.i lw .1. O. CLKVIOIt, Miilk'tln Olllcc.
IX I'oiHi'ijui.'iico of having been burned
out I lion to notify ill friends and
the public In general,' that I have re
moved to 10(! XtuiumiMicct, next lo the
Couiineivlsil Hotel. Coffee ami Lunch
at all hours, u before.
Ail ltti THOMAS MLT.DOOX.
Wo should Blot Out Diocaso
in Its Early Stages.
The dleaso coiiiniciirc-i with a slight
derangement of the Mtonuich, bill, if
m!i;lu:ted, it in time involves the whole
fr.une, embracing thu kidneys, liver,
pancreas, uiul in fact the entire gland,
ular y.-tum; and the utllicled drags out
a miserable existence until deatli gives
relief from Mitlering. Thu disease Is
often mislabel) for other complnlnls;
but if the leader will u5k blmsolf the
tollow lag questions ho will lie able to
determine whether lie himself i-t one of
thu tilllieled: Hove I dUtrei, pain, or
dilliculty in breathing ufiur eating? Is
there a (lull, heavy teellng, attended by
drowsinu.-is? Have the eyes a yellow
liugur Dries a thick, sticky mueoiw
gather about thu gum ami teeth In the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
ablo taste? Is tho tongue coated? Is
iliere pain in the sides and hack? Is
there a fullness about the right side as
it tlio liver ,eic enlaiging? Is there
vutilgo or dizziness when rising tud.
denly from an horizontal position? Are
the secretions from tho kidnejs b'ghly
coloured, with a deposit alter standing?
Does food ferment soon alter eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gns from thu stomach? Is there fro.
ipienl palpitation of the heart? These
arious symptoms may not he present at
one lime, but they torment ihu HiifTcrir
in turn as the dreadful disrasu pro.
gresscs. If the case be one of long
standing, there "will bu a dry, hacking
cough, attended utter a time by expec.
loiuliou. la ery advanced stages the
skin ataumes u dirty biowuish appear,
iiuce, and the bunds and feet uiu covered
by a cold stie!,y perspiration. As Ihu
liver and kidneys become mure and
mure ilUcitoJ, ihimmntic pains appear,
and thu usual treatment proves i ntlrely
unavailing agaiust the Inner agonising
disorder. Tlie oiiglu ot this nialndy is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of thu proper liiedieluu Villi
lemovu Ihu disease il taken hi Us incip
ieney. It is most iiiipoilaut that thu
dlseasu should bu promptly and pioperly
treated in its lirst stages, wliun a litllu
mi dlcine will etleut a cure, and even
when It has obtained a stiong hold the
concct remedy bhould bupcrsovoHd In
until every vcatljju of tue ilirtusu is
eiiulirated, until the appetite has luliiin
ed, and tho digestive organs restoiud to
a healthy uouditiou. '1 he billed and
most eU'eclual iciuedy lor this distress
ing complaint K ''.Selgul's (,'uiativc
Syrup," a vegetabiu piuptuation told by
all eliemUt-. and indicinu vendors
tbcoiighout the uoild, ami by the pio-
piiutois, A. J. WUlle, 1. untied, London,
IL C. This Syrvp sti ikes at Ihu very
louudatiuii of the disease, ami drives il,
loot and brunch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for Seigrl's dilative
"Easustiect Mills, Cumbridgcheuth,
'London, E O., July '.Mb, 18S2
"Sir, lt gives mo gical ple.tMiic to bu
able to mid my testimony in fuvom ot
your vidua tile Syrup as a dilutive agent.
1 hud Miil'cred for bonio length of time
from a severe fonn of liidigu-tinii, and
the long train ot disties-ing symptoms
following that dl.-uasc. 1 had tried all
possible means to get tcllet, by teeUing
thu best medical advice. I hud swallow,
ed sullicient of lliuir stull to lloat a man.
of-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coining ou the scene
in thu mlda of my wull'ei lugs, brought
witli him u botllu of ) our Seigel Syiup;
he advised mu to tiy it, stilting he felt
confident it would Lcuellt mu. llelng
weary of trysng so many drugs, 1 con.
demiicd il befoie Dial, thinking it could
not possibly Jo mu any yood, but ulti
mately determined to take thu Syrup.
After doing so lor a shoit time it work,
ed such a change in mo Unit I continued
taking it for nearly two mouths, and I
then felt ihoioughly cured, lor 1 have
dUionliiiut'd its u-o for live weeks, and
"feul in thu buot of health, ami can par
take any kind of fond with case and
coinloit" I am thututorc lliiiikfiil to
you that, thinugh the Initrumeimltty of
your valuable medicine, I am icstored to
thu statu of health I now enjoy Your.i
truly. W. S. Pointful
"To Mr. A.. I. White"
Tliojc who are lu thu "Asthma
Pur unci)" should lo; no time in obtain,
ing relief by the use of "The Itoslnj;.
weed Tar Mixtion ;" hut do not usu tho
mcilicliiii unless you will follow all thu
directions "to tho letter."
four Asthma siillerers, who aro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
iTstoier, balmy sleep," should nuku usu
of "The Koilnweed Tnr Mixture." Quiet I
refreshing sleep will follow its use.
ft 111) lliO
(d ?r, 100
Of too 100
II I) 1P0
lluw'n Can mgc Manf ' Co.,
E. O. Hull A, fcon,
Ititcr.lnliintt S. X. Co.,
Haw'n Agrlrnlliiial Co.,
Wilder's Steamship Co.,
C Brewer it Co.,
Wnlhiku Sngai l o.,
RcclpiiMity Sugar Co.,
L A THURSTON, Stock Uiokui.
IW McrcliniH .Stli'il .11 ly
riMIRBK COTTAtlES. Inquire of
MRS. It. LOVE,
171 Tori Ktrcct.
ncclal iiR'Ctlmrof the Hawaiian
urrlncu Mamifnciuilni' Co. liolil
this day. K U. KCIIL'MAX was circled
yecri'tary and Tiea-urer in place of
Thos. S. Douglas resigned.
E. O. SCI1ILMAX.
Sce'ry lla,n Ciinl.iKo Manf'g Co.
Hoiioluhi, Mm llril, isdi. Ills
Notice; to tlio Public.
V B. WlrtliMAX, proprietor of the
J i Cuntri-I Clgn- Stand, on Merchant
rtii'i t, heus to Itiloim thu public that he
Iris scrim d tlir M-rvIcc of Mr. P.
lllIiDBIt, formerly nl II. J. X"ltu's
Jiuslitunut, who Mill take esuhiMvc
chniqc of my Cigar Mid Tobatuo Stand,
and will euoeavor to keep constantly on
hutul a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, be triM?, will bo appreciated by
the geneial community. Ordure lrom
tho olhor islands will ho pioinptly at
tcndnl to. l'atronl.u Mr. P. Hlldrr, who
Ih a thorough jiid-u of a good Hnokci's
ROdlin ".!. E. WISEMAN.
fully (onvlnced that the
SMVcnth iluv of the week is not the
true Sibbalh, which wo lire cniiimumleri
to obscivo and keep, I shall, on and
nfter Hie llrH day ol May, ISSt), run tlie
busliies ai thu
as usu il, on Satmd lys, until 1 1 r.M., and
continue to sell the he? I of every kind
of Lhpiots as hetetofore, not usdng as
an inducement lo palm oil' liquors of i.n
inferior rptulliy, the blandishment' of
Hojlon Clam Chowder and oilier dell,
cades innnufuctuied in a second rato
I banking fi lends and the public gen
erally fr past favors, and hoping for n
continuance of tlie sainr.
P. L. lesi.ii:,
Manager lloyal Saloon.
EST The llnr-t KN'iiLISIl ALE, on
diaught, lOcuiittn gl-iss iced. I'.ll 72w
Hy order of L. A. Thurston and Mrs.
11, (J Alexander, administrator and ad
mlnistiatrix of tho Estate of t. II. Alex,
under, deceased, acting under order of
sale of thu Supreme Court, I will sell at
public auction, at my Salesroom In Ho.
MONDAY, May 24, 188(,
At 12 o'clock, neon, all of that cer
tain property known as the
Tie Hattala Raicli
situate in Makawno and Kiila, Maul,
cotiBipiitig of tlie lauds of
KALIAI.IXPI, containing ltl,!'8 acres,
PULEIIUNUI iiiiiuka, containing 11,
. 6T1U acres,
AAPUEO 1 and -', coutabiing 03 i acrcB,
Total, 32,071 acres, more or lesr,
Thu Lauds ate all in fee simple, and
title is perfect.
The Ranch Stock
LiSOO head of Cattle, more or loss,
4,500 head of Sheep, nioro or less,
85 Horses, moro or less,
A portion of thu land is wooded, sup.
plying an abundance of firewood
A portion of the land not at present
iteuunry for carrying on the, ranch is
ruri'd out, bringing in an unui'rtl lental
'I lie lands e.Ntcml from MaalaoiBay,
including fishing right, to tho top of
Hak'ultalii, and an: hounded on onus! lu
by thu Von Tompiky and Goodness
ranebcH, and ou lliu other side by
Spr. cLulgvillc, W II. Bailey's ranch, the
East .Maui Slrek Company's ranch
(I5 ewer's) and llaikii-uku.
The soil Is in great part rich and fer.
tilu and the pasture fur stock excellent.
The land and stock will ho sold as a
whole, lolng put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Tonus arc: &2."),0Q0 cash, tho halnnco
to ha paid in equal Installment? lu I, 2,
II, 4 and 5yeaif, n'Ciired by first mort
gage upon thu prciulK's sold, and Int.
provt'inents hereafter plnced thuicou.
lutmcst at the ruto of 8 jei cunt, per
annum, lice of taxe-. puynbloseml.au.
mially. Pr uitipal anil Interest payable
in United Slate, gold coin. Deeds at
expeusu of piiicliaer.
J. LYONS, Auci'r.
Wl" .Maps of ihu hind can be seen,
and full particulars obtained at the
olllcu of L. A. THUltSTON, !)8 Mer.
clianl stieet. 821
Just Landed !
Ex hail; James S. Stone,
Tin Ocuuiiie Xnuiltlln
I STOVE COAL
sale in lots to suit and at
Lowest Market Rate.
O, BREWER & Col'
Fresh Home Steam Made
CANDIES mB GAKES I
of thn greatest variety, and larpuU sto"k, always on hand, at the lowest
prices, and STK'OTLV PUKE, can only be found at
F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
Factory ncl 33nlceiy.
The Finest and Richest Wedding Cakes,
In all sizes, always on hand, and ornamented in tlie highest style of art, at
prices which cannot bu competed with, at the tame place.
822 13ot.Ii XolopliouoM. y.i. lw
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Thu Plour wu are at present suppl ing U
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at less expense than any oilier farinaeeou preparations.
Highly recommended by physicians
lug from disordered stomach or bowuN, ai
ITox Sale ly
UIItECTIONS POK MAKING POL Tako tho desired amount of flour and
mix very thin wilh cold water, being sure there are no lumps. Confine this in a
bag or cloth and place in a kettle of boiling watur, and let il continue to boil 1JJ
to 'yt hours, according to quantity used, ciiio bohij; taken to plnce a piccu of per
forated tin at tliu bottom of ihu'kettle so as to prevent Ihu cloth from burning.
When done (while wurm) stir with a stout spoon, adding a little water until thu
whole is well mixed. Let t'l is stand from live to si hours Then add water in
small quantities', mixing thoroughly and kneading imlil the de-drcd consistency Is
obtained. Owinc lo its purity it takes from llirec to four days to become acid or
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROOSE,
: : : :
Kegs Family Ueef j kegs and halt bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Illock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues'; bunch Tongues; Smoked lleef; li died Chicken; Unpen
Halm and Tlacon; Henuine Jlajilu tiyrup; C.ila St u Dilps; Pru-h Nmv Oilcans
Molasses; Jams; .Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Plour; Wheat; Jlild
Cheese; Ccriuca, and a
General Assortment of Staple ami Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention
O. lJox 37S.
li. P. DlLT.lNOltAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, MiirrrNHOi'M to lllllliicliniii A Co, mill Sriino.-l And.
" good wio-iaca? "
Recommended by the New
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEHAPJ,
G-eneral Business Agent.
Wildei's Steamship Agent?
Ureal Iiurlingtou Huilioad Agent
Kcpairing and lteiinlishlng neatly
done. French polishing a speciality.
110 King Street,
Honolulu, April 10, 18S1.
ALL persons arc heruhy cautioned
not to trust mv son, EAIiHY
McCHESNEY, as I will not pay hills of
his contracting without mv written
order. H.N. MuCllfiSNEY.
r'lHE iiiiilursinicd lias moved into the
JL olllcu of Mr. .1. E. Wiseman, wliure
he 'v.'lil hu prepared to furnish house,
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese hlerprelini;, aud n gcm-ml
buMiiPss. (r,U flin) SOYOXG.
Xlie ISov Eiinrlmul
Kitchen and Ball
TO III'. OIVI'.N IIT THE
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB
HAS 1II1KN I'OSTl'ONED UNTIL
Thursday Ev'g, May 1 3.
Tickets for sale at Kinc Uro. and
820 J. M. Out, Jr., & Co.'. 8t
-A NHW JNVOICK OF
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons oaoh,
For sale in Bond or Duty paid by
M. S. G1UNUAU.M A Co.,
I W Qccn Btrcct, Houolulu. :
& TARO GO.
fur superior to uriy
as an invaluable diet fur persons sutler
wull as a nutritious food for tho healthy
m.tnv.rB tm n
Between Fort and Alakca Streets.
and prompt delivery.
.Ias. (1 Si'knci:h,
Secretary and Treasurer.
York Board of Underwriters.
Honolulu, IS. I.
Custom IIoiiso ltroker,
.Manager ll.r.MUIan (Jpcia Home,
Fire and Life lusur.mru Agent.
General Dusincss & Purchasing AScn-
42 Merchant St., Honolulu. :
My mo -t faithful attention will he.
given for thu
Purchase ol Merchandise "'
in Houolulu for Uiu' residents ot tho
!t'.l sttvi-rnl IulnmlR of llijs group, fly
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just received, per Zcahin
dia, ami foisalu by
Queen Street. flin
ANYONE wlio is willing to uirc any
assistance to those who suft'eri'd by
ihu lire of tlio 19th day of April, ISSG, U
herebv cordially invited to send his
donation to the Hon. B. M. Damon,
Treasurer, and notify XV, O. Achl, the.
SJeeri'larv. for notico In ufwspr-tiers.
H. It II. Mt.IUOKAJ ANI, Pres..
II WATICnilOL'rtK. Esij., Vic.ares.
HON. S. y DAMON, Treasurer,
W. C.ACHl, Scrroniiv J!
HON.JNO. L KAUIiUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU.
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