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gives liim $2,r00 per your during
lifu. The settlement is conditioned
on the pensioner resigning his olllce.
Hep. Keiui presented 11 resolution
that the Minister of Interior be
ordered to liuvti Lililni street re
paired immediately, because it is
now one of the worst streeln in the
city, and that he give orders to the
Hoad Supervisor to begin icpairs
immediately, lie moved the leso
lution be referred to the Minister of
Rep. Aliolo said he. would like to
inquire how much money the Min
is! er would be authorized to spend
on this street. It would be better
to name n sum in the resolution.
Hep. lvcnu said he had noticed
that, streets on which foreigners
lived were kept in good repair, while
those inhabited by natives were neg
lected. Hep. Mellaril:""!! moved the reso
lution be laid on the table to be con
sidered witli the Appropriation Hill.
The Minister could not take the
money till the Assembly makes nu
Hep. Keau said if there was no
money available he saw streets still
being repaiied. Why could not
part of the money be expended out
The amendment to lay resolution
on table canied.
Hep. Dolu asked about the solu
tion calling on the Finance Minister
to furnish the house with copies of
the Collector-General's report.
Minister Gitliek, on behalf of the
Finance Minister, confessed to an
oversight in not obeying the resolu
tion, lie would sec to it to-day.
(Shortly afterward lie presented the
house with the document in question,
explaining that It was piinted in
Fuglish only, but the report itself
was translated into native in the Fi
nance Minister's repoit.)
toll Ii.su,nt JtUkthu
TIIUHSDAY, MAY HI. 188G.
ISktne Whikclnuiii from San Francisco
Stmr Lehtia from Windward I'oits
.Stmr iwulani fioni Kauai
Htmr Dow.-ctt from Pnla
Stmr Wuhmuialo lrom Walmanalo
Sehr Kawuilaui from Koolait
Schrllalcakala front l'epuekeo
Tent Eva for San FraneUeo
Tern Win IJoutoit for San Francisco
Stmr Iwalanl for Eloeje and Witlinca
this 4 ! M
Stmr Dowsett for I'ala this 2 i m
Sehr "Wailelo for l'ala
Sehr Xettie .Merrill for Laliaiini
VESSELS IEAVIHC T0-M0nn0W.
Stmr Leliuii for Windward Pons
Stmr Kilauea lion for Wbulwaul Ports
Sehr JCawailaul for Ivookiu
VESSELS Hi PORT.
HU Star of Devon, Mookets
lsutne Morning Star, Turner
Uktno Nellie M blade, Gould
From Sail FraneUeo, per W G Irwin.
May 12-Capt W M Water bun- and
wife, L U Morgan and E C Wliiton.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr lwaliuil il,.l bag' of sugar.
Stmr ICil.urcn lion Il.COIJ bags of t-iigar.
Stmr IJowett l.lluO bags of sugar.
Stmr Lcluia 2.7K.", bags of sugar and 23
head of cittle.
Sehr Ualeakala 1,0.".'J bags of sugar.
The Eva sailed this moriiltig for San
Francisco with 7,071 bag; .(if sugar
valued at S4n,r,00. -"
The steamer llUhop will arrive hero
this i'. m. with a full load of saigar fiom
The Win llonton sailed this afternoon
for San FraneUeo with 11,821 bags of
sugar valued at S.VJ,7U.
The bgtne W G Irwin, .1 E MoCullooh
master, an Ived yesterday afternoon 17
days fiom San Francisco. Shu brought
besides a largu quantity of merchan
dise, 210 hogs for Winston ic Itiuke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Hand will play at Emma
Squiiro to-moriow night.'
Sir K. Mtisgravo and Captain Haley
visited tlie Legislatuie tliis nioniing.
Mil. J. Williams leaves by
Kinau next week, to photograph
PuQtnu Hoss, of the Iwalani, tells
of strong winds and a deluge of rain
311!. Gay's boat, built by E. K- Hyan,
will bo bhipped to Kauai by the Iwa
lani this afternoon.
Two-nu.vi)i(i:i) and sixty tins of
opium weio captured dy tho police on
Heie-taiu street this i M.
Tun Myrtle boys are making great
preparations for to-night's party.
The dccoialions aio suporb.
Tin: schooner Ualeakala lost an
anchor and chain, during rough wea
ther ut Popeekeo last Sunday.
Tin: olllcers of the King's Own
military company are having ad
ditional gold laco put on their uni
foiius. I II - !! I
Captain Davis of the steamer Le
litu, reports stormy weather, with
heavy rains, all along Hainakua and
Tin: Myrtle- Club have luiiKived
their four-oared boat, All" Hodgcif, to
Central Park Hink, where it will bo
on view to-night.
Tiik Mrs. McAllister on the put
senger list of tho Forest Queeii was
nut .Mrs. W. H. McAllister, wife of Dr,
CJi:o. AV. DoLong Post, No. -JO, Q.A.
H., lias appointed a eonmiitteetoniake
atrangeinents for Decoration Day, tlie
PuiiHT.u Farr, of (lie steamer Kilauea
lion, mys "it was so lougli in tlie
channel last night (but you could
swim on tlie steamer's deck."
Etoiir of tho cattle (lint caine bcio
tliis morning on the Lclitia fiom ICu
litta Hunch, Kohaln, Hawaii, aver
aged lt)ll pounds each in weight.
Tlie Myrtle Ho.il Club give a New
England kitchen and ball at 7:110
this evening, al the Central Hark Kink.
Tickets at Oat &. Co'sand King Hios'.
Tin: Honolulu Comniandcry, which
was to have met to-night, will not
meet, on account of the other enter
tainments announced in our columns.
At noon to-day, when the second
of mk or eight bills on the older of the
day was under discussion, the liotir-e
adjoin tied till 10 o'clock lo-nioriow.
Tiii:m: will bo a tluce mile skating
race at 8:30 tliis evening, between M.
Haitnianu of Honolulu and Tho.'. 11.
Lewis of II. II. M. S. Triumph, at the
1 lis Excellency tbcPieinier, accom
panied by Mr. .7. S. Webb, paid an
oflieial visit to II. 15. M. S. Tiitimph
yesterday, and was received with a
salute of In guns.
Axotiikk target-shooting contest
will be held at Casino range next
Haturday afternoon, between the
same teams that shot yesterday, and
at the same distances.
Tin: pallors of Mr. J. Williams,
photographer, have been niadeexqui
itoly pretty with paper, paint, and
varnish, artistically applied by W.
Howe, and arc worthy of a visit.
Tm: captain of the steamer Dowsett
which ai rived tliis morning, repoits
a gale in the channel lat night. The
steamer caine fiom 1'aia to this port
in nine hours, before the wind.
Is tlie Police Court, this morning,
S. Kanoa, M.Neilsonnnd.T. Aliiolaui,
wcic each lined !?G for drunkenness.
Keopuhiwa was lined JflJ.oO for violat
ing express lido No. 0, by leaving his
express loose on the sticct.
Mi:. A. MoitdAN, in the blacksmith
ing, euriingo-bitilding and repairing,
and horse-shoeing lines, at Nos. 70
and 81 King stieet, expects to secure
his full Mime of trade tluough good
workniaiisbip and moderate charges.
Tun schooner Ehukai, which left
here yesterday for Paia was forced to
put back. Several of her sails were
split by tho wind, and her jib was
torn into shreads. After having her
sails mended, she sailed again this
Tm: bath-house being built near
the Marine itailway, will be ready for
use about the end of this mouth.
His Majesty was there day before
yesterday, expressed himself pleased
with the venture, and wisbed tho pro
Watch on thoWaikikisidcof Nuu
anu street is reported to have been
bliut oft" at 5 o'clock bharji last even
ing, without any previous notifica
tion, and to the great inconveninec of
many. At tho Polynesian restaurant
the boiler had to be disconnected, for
fear of an explosion.
Tin: entertainment to, tho crew of
II. 15. M. S. Triumph, given by the
Y. 31. ('. A., commences at 7:110 this
evening, and will no doubt be a season
of enjoyment to all participating.
As on previous occasions, both the
bailors and members of the Y. M. C.
A. will take part in tho programme.
A ritin.s'W.Y game of cricket, be
tween a team from the Triumph and
a Honolulu team, will bo played at
Makiki (Viroation Ground to-morrow,
beginning ill 11 a.m. Following is the
Honolulu eleven: II. Whitney, H.
Wodehouso, S. Harrison, S. J. Levey,
I. Wright, II. McMiillon.K. Mobsman,
E. W. Purvis, .1. Irishman, I). Mocpuli.
No further news was received of
the Volcano by tho Kilauea Hon yes
tculay, but tho loport by the steamer
Hishop was confirmed. A letter from
Mr. J. II. Maby of tho Volcano House,
to Wilder's Steamship Co., states Unit
the eruption occurred last Saturday
morning in Haloinauniau. The Ki
nau may biing particulars next Satur
Autikts' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Hi os.' Art store.
Any poison having business with
tho Hawaiian Chinese News Co., will
pleaso call on Mr. Ho Fori, at Tai
Wo Co., shoo makers, 80 Ntiuanu
Laiiaina, May 11, 1880.
Missus. Ai.i.r.x & Hoiiinson,
Dr.Ait Sins: In reply to your
favor of hist week 1 beg to state
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the California Lime irr our
Sugar Mill and I am decidedly of
the opinion Unit the Hawaiian Lime
stands higher in every respect for
tlie reason that it is much stronger,
thus causing n considerable saving.
It furthermore does not coat our
pipesjund drum so much as tho Cali
fornia Lime and should therefore be
used in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear Birs, yours respectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime lias to bo
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
A mutch took place yesterday be
tween u Honolulu team and one
from II. B. M. S. S. Triumph, at
the Casino, Kapiolani Hark. The
ranges wuro 200, -100 and 1500 yards,
each competitor filing seven rounds.
Tins wind blew iillully, and some
wli.it interfered with' the marks
men's comfort. Tho scoicrs woro
Lieut. T. II. Fisher and Mr. J. II.
Fisher. Following is the score:
1IAWAUAN IirKf.n ASSOCIATION.
COO yards 5
r, :i n 4 4 i :;o
G 2 D 4 5 428
-I !! 4 4 2 a as
200 yards I
BOO yards I
200 yards 4
S00 yards 4
;t a i
0 ,1 1
Grand total 401
M. S. TlllUMl'Il.
400 yards 1
COO yards 2
200 yards 2
400 yards 1
COO i aids 0
200 yards I
400 yards 3
0 J l
. II. Fisher.
Fisher ami Mr.
ON account of so many difTcicnl en
tertainments to.niglit, the meeting
of Honolulu Coniiniinileiy is po-tponeil
till further notice.
It 11. J.NOLTE, E. C
rpiIE regular monthly Meeting of the
JL Hawaiian Mechanic's llcncllt
Union will be held NEXT FRIDAY
EVENING, at 7:110 o'clock, in the hull
of Engine Co. No. 2. Business of ini
poiiiiuce. Per order, W. AULD,
327 2t Seerelary.
WEST, DOW & Co.,
TTAVING secured the services of u
JUL flrst-clnts mattiass maker, are
prepared to furnish their custoiucis with
Maitiiisses of any sic or kind at shoit
ii'itlcc; they also hnvu on hutui a large
number of Straw and Sprliifr Mattrus8e
of all sizes. 12?" For new stock see
daily papers on arrival of every
steamer. 27 3t
Be Sure and Go!
You i lust Clmnce to Hear
Prof. H, G. Parker
IU-cltc a choli'o and varied prosriiinme
will he at Y. M. C. A. Hall,
To-morrow, Friday Evening,
at 8 o'clock, sharp. AilmWsion,
Tickets at Oat & C'o.'s. You must go
early to M-ouro gtmil scuts. 27 2t
WOLFE & CO.
Ilv oidcr of Mr. '.V. II. Coinwell,
sell, at public auction,
On MONDAY, May JMth,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for account of Es
tate of Henry Cornwell, deceased, that
certain tract of hind known as I'ULH
IIUNUI MAKAI, adjoining Pulehunui
MauUa, belonging to the Ualeakala
Hnnch, cstittu of O. II. Alexander, dc.
ceased. This property is bounded on
thu west by the Hawaiian Commercial
Company's cane llehN, and extending
from tlie Walluku commons to Maalacii
Hay, containing over I, fiOO acres ot the
liuest hiigitr and gra.lng lands on the
Island nf Maul. On thu side adjoining
the cane Helds a now w iru fence has ru.
cently been built.
TKH.MS OK hALE One third cash;
bal.incu at 0 and 12 months, al 8 peiceul.
A map of thu pioperty cuu hu seen J,rt
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
4 VITjK. or nnv dales of the Gatctte
XX for the nastfl yearn, for which a
reasonable prim- will lie rl ven. Apply
to(27)..U.UIHVlOH, Bulletin Olllce.
Building at Auction.
I am intrtrcled by Mcsrs. G. W. Mac
f.irhino & Co. to sell at public auc
tion, at my Saleroom,
On SATURDAY, May JHh,
at 12 o'clock, noon,
The Coral and Stone Building
known as the Intcirintiomil ltc-stauraul,
and recently damaged by lire, situated
on Hotel siieet, in the" rear of ltoe
bane. I'urcluuer will have to remove
bulMIng within liO days, as It will be
sold for the purpose ol demolition.
The roof of the Uulldini; U covcicd
with tdnte, and the walls arc built of
Coral iind Limi Hock. Terms cash.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
27 2t Auctioneer.
FUHNISHHI) HOUSE In Niiuanu
uc. A No, 3 rooms suitable
lor olllce-- at No. 12 Kanbiiiniimi street.
Apply ut N'o. 100 Niiuanu Avenue.
A SITUATION in a Law or other
olllce, by a person conversant with
the practice of law-, the drawing and
execution of all kinds of legal instru
ments anil Notirial duties, alio, with
Khe Insurance. Can furnish type
witter mid electric pen. Will work for
a moderate salary. Address P. O. Hox
301, Honolulu. 20 'II.
Regular Cash Bale.
On SATURDAY, May JU,
At 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, will be
sold at I'll hi ic. Auction, a ireneral iissoit
int'iit of McrcliumlUc, ronslstlug of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Crockery
Filiiiiliiip, SiiL'ar, Pontine, Soap,
Groceries, Mutches it Jewelry,
And. til. 13 IVoon.
1 light lirownell iiidc bar open lluggy
In Ibst.cl.iss order; cost, 2 years ago
I Jllack Marc, suitable Tor n family to
1 Hay Horse, Saddle or Driving, only
0 ycuro old.
I Canopy-top hide bar lJugsy, nearly
neu; and scleral Saddle mid Carriage
iioii-es. Also, at the Bout Landing, 1
fiut tailing Sloop.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
20 Ut Auctioneer.
G UARDIANS' NOTICE.
HAVING been appointed by tho Sir.
prune Court the cuiinliniK of the
per ton and estate of .JOHN HOIVKLLO.
found by the Court to bo incup.ihlc of
taking caru of hiimclf, all persons are
hereby warned against having any deal,
hnjs w-ith the bald John ltobello, and all
pai tics having any claims against him
in c hereby notifled to procnl the same
to J. Iyman, and all parlies owing the
aid .lohn ltobello aic requested to
settle with J. Ilyman aforesaid.
M. A. GONSAI.VLS,
Honolulu, April 20, 1S30. 012 1m
ANYONE who is willing to uivc any
assistance to thosu who suflered by
the tire of the 18th day of April, 1SS0, is
heieliy coidlally Invited to kcihI his
donation to the lion. S. M. Damon,
Tre.isiner, and notify W. C. Acid, the
Seeretarv, for notice in newspapers.
H. It. II. LILIUOICAI.AN1, Pros.,
II WATEItUOUSK, llsq., Vice-Prcs.
HON. S. M DAMON, Treasurer,
W. r. AC1I1, Sceietnrv.
HON..1NO. L ICAULUKOU,
HON. JAS. KEAU,
hi-: t wai.vMaU. :in if
-a t:w 'nvoiok or
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale in. Bond or Duty paid by
i. s. g rtirviivTjt & Co.,
921 Queen Street. Honolulu. 2m
That Will Suit.
That dimming Collage on Hoictania
street, near Punchbowl street, 0 rooms,
nicely laid out; stable, garden, etc.
Neat Cottage, comer of Lililia and
Schools hi reels, 4 rooms and kitchen.
Small Cottage on .Merchant sticct,
suitable for man and wife; $10 a month.
Tho (Hsiro Cottage of W. P. Tolcr,
Hs.p. at W-ilklkl. beautiful rooms,
lanai, sublet, canhigo lioui-e, lino
gi oil nils.
At Paliiin.i, 1 hae levvial tbiu Cot.
luges to lent.
Coltige Miltahhi for 2 geiitbineu,
beautiful place, on Peiibiicola sticct.
Small, neat Collage, on Pensucola
street, with both p.isturagu and use of
btablu; line eluvalion.
Other houses to rent.
Somo Fine Proporty for Salo.
The Property adjoining the Resi
dence of Mr Neumann on King stieet;
beautiful building lot; reio-oaablo
On Luiinlilo street, a beautiful Hrsi.
denco and tlnii gi omuls; el 'guilt murine
On Llllha, comer School street, 2 Cot
tages; neat lots.
And Othor Property.
I Hue Hold I'tann for Mile, i?2,'.0; co,t
Il.'O; in perfect older.
Saddle Horse, young and found, $75.
Mlack Marc lor hide, $",().
Sidebar Huggy, cost 2!)5, nearly now,
Will eelmngo Huggy for Phaitoii.
Apply or aildrcfS J. E, WISKMAN,
Ocii'l Husiness and Heal Estate Ag'l,
Campbell's Ulock, 05 lm
Gralne French Glare
Hnw'nCairii'i'ManrgCo., o? 00
E. O. Hall it bon, 715
Inter.lshiud.s. N. Co., (5100
Hell Telephone, g 113
Htiw'u Agricultural Co., (Slf0
Wilder's Steamship Co., 01 100
C. Biewer & Co., ll.O
Wnodlawn Dairy, DO
Walluku Sugai Co., 00
Star Mill, r.'5
Heclproidty Sugar Cn., fcO
L. A. THUHSTON, Slock Uroket.
ai Meicbant SIihci. lfil ly
rpilHHi; CMTTAUKS. IiKnilrcof
X MHS.lt. LOVE.
2:i 1 w
170 Port xtreet.
NOT I CI3.
A Tanpeclal meetlngof the. Hawaiian
Xi. Carriage Maiiufaclinlng Co. held
this day. !:. .;. SCill'MAN was elected
Secretary and Tieasiuer In place of
Tlios. S. Douglas leslgned.
S e'ry llaw,n (Mrrhue Manl'g Co.
Honolulu. May Hid, 18M1. .118
Noliuu to tlio Public.
T H. WISKMAN, proprietor of the
" Central Cigar Stand, on Merchant
slieet, beu to Inform the public that he
lots seenrid tin' ervlce of Mr. P.
IIIl;li:K, formeily at II. J. Nolte's
Jtc.slaur.urt, who will take exclusive
charge of my Cigar and Tob.uco Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, he trusts, will ho appicctatcd by
the general community, ilidcis hour
the oilier islands will be. promptly at
tended to. l'atronle Mr. P. Illlder.'who
Is a thoiough judge of a good smoker's
OOOlin J. E. WISKMAN.
fullv convinced that the
seventh duv of the week is not the
true Sabbath, which we are commanded
to obseive and keep, I shall, on and
after the llrst day ol May, 1S30, run Ihe
business at the
as tiMial, on Saturdiys, until 1 1 p.m., and
continue to .ell the best of every kind
of Liquors a" hciciofo-c. not using as
an inducement to paliu oil' liquors ot nn
inferior quality, ilie blandishments of
Iioslou Clam Chowder and other deli
cacies manufactured !u a second rate
thanking friends ami the public gen
erally fr past favors, and hoping for u
continuance of the same,
V. L. LESLIE,
Manager Hoyal Saloon.
E2T The llncst ENGLISH ALE, on
draught, 10 pi-iiU a glass, iced. 31 72w
Hy order of L. A. Tliuistorr and Mrs.
II. (i Alexander, ndiniiiNtrator mid ad.
uiinislratilx of the- Est'ileot V,. 11. Alex,
under, doceasid, acting under order of
sale of the Supreme Court, I will sell at
public auction, at my Salesroom In Ho
MONDAY', May 21, 1S8G,
At 1'.'. o'clock, noon, all of that cer
tain pioperty known as the
situate in Makawao and Kuln, Maul,
coasbilng of the lauds of
KALIALINl'I, coitalning 10,8:18 acres,
PULEHUNUI riiauka, containing 11,.
AAPUEO 1 and 2, containing 08 r acrci,
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
Tne Lands aio all in fee simple, and
title Is pirfect,
The Ranch Stock
600 head of Cattlo, more or less,
4,500 head of Shcop, more or less,
85 Horses, moro or less,
A portion of tho land Is wooded, sup
plying nu abundance of firewood.
A portion of thcjarid not at present
necessary for carrying on the ranch U
reined out, bringing in an annual rental
I lie lands extend from Maiihicii Hay,
includim; fishing right, to the top of
Ilalcakaia, ami are bounded on one side
by tho Von Tempsky and Gnodncs
I iaiielii-, and on tlie outer siiio ny
SpricUclsville, W. II. HMIoy's rancli.tlie
East Maui Slock Company's ranch
(lliower'b) and lbiiku.uka.
The soil Is in great part rich and for
tile, and thu pasture for stock excellent.
Thu land ami clock will bu sold as a
whole, being put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms are: 25,000 cash, the balance
to bu paid in equal Installments hi 1, 2,
0, 4 and fiycais, secured by Hist rnort
g.igu upon thu premises sold, and bn.
piovciueiils hetcafter placed thereon.
Intel est at tho rate of 8 per cent, per
milium, fiio of taxes, payahlu scnii-an.
nually. Principal ami interest payable
in United State-, gold coin. IMdsat
expense of piuchascr.
J. LYONS, Auci'r.
CJ" Maps of tho land can be seen,
and full particulars obtained ut the
otllro of h. A. 'IIUJHSTON, 118 Mcr.
chant btieet. iWl
Just Landed !
V.x liaik .lames H. Stone,
For rale In Uiif to bull and at
Lowest Market ll'itcs.
O. BREWER & Co.
l? on sa:
A. MORGAN, -
Blacksmith Work ;
79 & 81 King; strut,
Uiitrriii;c)-i fVom Ivtiij itntl 3Xrlmnt S(h.
Every description of work in the nboo lines performed in n first-class manner.
Also, Horce Shoeing a Specialty.
t3T Hell Tpleplione, 107. -few
Fresh Home Steam Made
CANDIES AND CAKES
of the grrulest variety, and lamest stoek, always on hand, at the lowest
prices, and JiTHlCTLY I'UHJJ, can only he found at
F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
Pactory ttnl 33lceiy.
The Finest and Richest Wedding Cake
In all sizes, alwavs on hand, and ornamented in the highest style of art, at
prices which cannot be competed with, at the Kimc place.
Uot.li 'X'ttleplioiicH, v-t.
ALDEN FRUIT & TASO GO.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour we arc at present supplying is far superior to any previously offered,
and can be made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at le3 expense than nny other farinaceous propiratinii!".
Highly recommended by physicians as an Invaluable diet for persons suftufc,
ing from disordered stomach or bowels, as well a a nutritious food for thu healthy."
Joi Sale ly Ji-ll Grocer.
DIHECTIONS FOH MAKING I'Ol l'akcllie dedred amount of Hour and
mix very ihin wilh cold wutr, being guru there arc no lumps. Conlino thN In &
h.lg or cloth and place in a kettle of ladling walei. and let it continue to doll yz
to 2J hours, iiccoidiug to quantity used, cine lchi lal-.eii lo pnue a pluic of -per-forated
tin at tho hoiiom of thc'kcttle o as to pievent the cioth lrom tairning.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout .pnoii. adding a Utile water until the
wholu Is well mixed, bet tills stand from live to i hu 'I lieu add water In
sinnll quantities, mixing thuroiigldy and kue.nliug until the desired eou-,itciicv i,
olitained. Owing to its ptiiily it tidies from time to four days to become acid or
sour. " ffllil oin
King Street, : : :
Kegs Family Hecf; kegs and half liliU. 1'ig l'oik; Kistem Illocl; CmluMi; .Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Hunch Tongues; Smoked Hecf; Ityneii Cliic'.enj Dupee
Hums and Uacon; (.leuiiinc Maple syrupj Cala St.u Drips; Fro-di N'-w Oilcans
Mol.ibses; .lams; .lellles; Honey, in ghis and tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Uciiuea, and a
Gciicral Awtmciit of Staple ami Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive uircful attention and prompt delivery.
1. O. Hox ltVi. '.L"eIiliotio 1 1 1.
11. F. DlU.INOllAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company
I.Iiuitcil, NureeHHorH o Ii t llncli tnii JL. V.u, aiil Nam net .Vol I.
GOOD IVIGJ-I-XT "
jrusir kiccioi vicu.
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Esta.ii Agent,
Wihfcr'B Sleiiuiship Agent,
Ureal llurllugtoii Railroad Agent
ltep'iirlug mid Hcpollghhig neatly
done. French polishing u tpechillty.
110 King Street,
Ho.Nor.vi.ir, April 10, 185".
ALL persons aio hereby cautioned
not to trun my son, HAitHY
Mnf'HESNEY, as I will not pay hills ot
his coiitiiictlng without mv written
older. 11. N. McCllHSNHY.
rpilE underi.igncd has moved Into the
JL oillco ol Mr. J. E. Wiceumn, where
he will he piepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chliiefo Interpreting, and a general
business (M Qui) SOYONT..
Tlio New 12ntri''l
Kitchen and Ball
to m: oivkn nr tiik
MYRTLE BOAT CLU1J
1U8 llUKN rOsTroSl'.l) U.NTU.
Thursday Ev'g, May 1 3.
Tickets for nn'e at King Bros, and
320J J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'u. 8t
Oil Eoso Premises,
ST Hell Telephone, 107 -3
vtmm n bMuM
Between Fort and Alakca Slreets.
.J list, Hocciv'd,
.lAh. O. MM
Bc'ci clary and
llouoluln, II. T.
Custom House llrnker,
Manager Hawaiian Opria Hoiife,
Fire ami Life In-eranci' Agntit.
C. K. MILLER,-
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
il Mercliaat g.,-Hoiliili.
My most faithful atteuMon will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merohandiso
In Honolulu for tlie' reshleutb of Ihe
!J1 fi'vi-ral Ilarifl of 'M (gr"ii. 'lv
JunI received, wr Zealan.
din, and for sale by
Queeii Street. lm
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