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FRIDAY, MAY M. 188(5.
Stmr 0 R BlMiop from Wnlnnao
Schr Malolo Iriini Windward Port
Stmr Lelum for Windward Port
Stmr Kllaupa lion for Windvraul Port
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Stmr 0 ft P.Miop for llnimiktm
Schr Malolo for Lniipahoehoe
vessels! ti port.
BkHtarot Devon, Meckel-.
B'stno lornhig Slur. Turner
Bktno Nellie it Sliulc, Gould
Jtktnu Geo C Perkins, Aekcrninn
Hktne Mnrv Wlukehnan, Backus
P.glno W ( lrwln. McCullnch
Prom Wiit.inno, per U It Bishop, .May
111 A Young, A.I Holt, .1 Holt and lifi
Fioni San Frani,ico, per Mary Wlu
kehiinn. May 13 J Magoon, L T Ald
i leli, .1 Jttirko and 'J' Stowait.
Stmr 0 ft Bishop '-',(i00 ling of sugar.
The steamer 0 Jt Jililiop halls to
morrow, ut noon, for llum.ikun.
LOCAL & CEIOAL HEWS.
A. special meeting of tho Honolulu
Itillt'K will ho hold thin evening.
Winston and Hurl: received 215
liogs by tho Wiukohnun ycsteiday.
Tin: usual bervioe at St. Andrew's
Cathedral ut 7 o'clock this evening.
A m.acksmith out of employment
can find work by applying to Ilnok
feld. Young People's Prayer and Praise
siiceting at tho Lyceum this evening
jit 7 o'clock.
U. S. Miji'istku Morrill was again an
attentive spectator of tho Legiblaturc
The recently arrived Chinamen
that wero retained in quarantine have
AJ'AU, of Koloa, Kauai, and Kong
"Fiii, of iTonolnlu, lmvo each made
an assignment of their property, for
the benefit of their creditor.
Tun skating race at Yosemitc Rink
Inst nicrht. botween T. II. Lewis, of
the Triumph, and M. Ilartman,
Honolulu, was, won by tho former.
A gash: of base-ball Benedict vx.
Hawaii will bo played ut Makiki
to-morrow afternoon. Dodd's bus
leaves for the grounds ut If o'clock.
The schooner Malolo returned
empty laht evening, being unable to
Touch Kaiwilahilahi on account of
rough weather and her sails being
Tin: party on the British flagship
'Triumph, Hear Admiral Sir Michael
-Culiue Seymour, yesteiday afternoon,
ij largely attended by people from
,PniNCj;s,4 Poomaikalani, Governed
of Hawaii, celebrated the birthday of
Prince Edward Keliiahonui, now at
school in California, by a grand luau
.at tho palace yesterday,
M Tun Sabbath and tho cjinnge
from tho seventh to tho lirst day of
.the week" is the subject which the
itov. E. C, Oggel will discuss at the
Lyceum next Sunday evening.
JMn. Suchs, of the popular Millinery
'House, Fort street, "continues to the
front," with a new lino of dress goods
just opened, at unusually low prices,
!as will be seen by reference tg his new
Thanks to Messrs. Wolfe & Co. for a
parcel of somo of the finest grapes wo
have ever seen anywhere, 'i'hoy wero
grown at Mr. Wolfe's residence pn the
plains, and ho has morn of tho sunio
kind on salo at his store ou Hotel
At the Police Cotut this morning
Ah Chung, charged with importing
opium per S. S. City of Rio do Ja
neiro, pleaded guilty, and was re
manded for sentence to tho loth inst.
Three Chinese, up for perjury, wcie
remanded for trial to tho 17th inst.
Mh, L. J. Lovey holds two sales to
morrow, one at 10 o'clock A. m., tho
other at 12 noon, both at his sales
room, Queen fiti eet. At tho first, being
iiia regular cash palo, dry goods, jew
elry, a sloop, Ac, will bo oll'ered.
The second, a special Bale, will include
horses, a buggy, and a coral building
on Hotel stieet, known as the Inter
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Wi: aro glod to welcome back by
tho Mary Winkelmnn, which arrived
yestorduy.Mr. John Magoon, who has
been absent ou tho Coast for several
months, Ho is so much improved in
Jiealth and has grown so fitout that
'ho looks almost another man. Ho
says tho short reason of absolute rest
hu's spoilt him, but wo don't believe
it, and predict that ere long ho will
bo at work again as hard as over.
Tub prizo mug for tho bix-o.ijed
Bcnior race, won by tho Poomaikelani
crow, of tho lolani Club, in tho re--gijtla
of Nov. 10, lB8i, and tho prizo
"cup for tho junior six-oared race,
won y tho Kaiulani Club in tho
umo i;raUrt, wore made in Now Yoik
.at the ewJL of $225, and arrived hero
by tho Zotiliuidin a few days ago.
These prizes have been engraved by
Messrs. Spear it Pfcill'or and aro on
view in thoir show window.
Tins afternoon tho Legislature
in committee of tho whole on tho i
pprppriation Bill, Hon. A. S, Cleg- J
horn in thtfehnir. Tho Items of tho i
Foreign and Interior Departments ,
Were, on motion of Mr. 'itmiwoii,
postponed till tho repot U of tho
Ministers aro received. Under tho
Finance Department, Mr. Dole mov
ed to strike out the salary of Auditor
General, $10,000, supporting his mo
tion in a speech, in which he alleged
that the country lcceivcd no benclll
whaUiver fiom the olllco. The mo
tion was lot by a rising vote of 11 to
Pic rem: Frames it Cornices made
to order, old Frames repaired, rogild-
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Asv person having business with
the Hawaiian Chineso News Co., will
please call on Mr. Ho Foil, at Tai
Wo Co., shoe makers, 8(5 Ntiuaiiu
li.viiAiNA, May 11, 188G.
Mcssits. At.t.i:.s & Houixsos,
Di;au .Shis: In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to slate
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the California Lime In our
Sugar Mill and I itin decidedly of
the opinion that the Hawaiian Lime
btunds higher in every respect for
the reason that it is much stronger,
thus causing :i considerable saving.
It "furthermore does not coat our
pipes and drum so much as the Cali
fornia Lime and should therefore be
used in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
J AS. CAMt'imt.L.
The Hawaiian Lime has to be
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
The Uoyal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Km in a Square,
beginning at 7 :10. Following is the
Oveiture Frolicsome Student... .Suppo
Wall Laura Mllloekcr
Cornet Polka Calbarieu Mlchlcls
Selection Faust Gounod
Medley ChrUty Minstrel? "Riviere
Lancers The Mikado Sullivan
Walt The Mikado Sullivan
Echo Piece Ka Ilea a Illku.... Merger
God Save Hie Queen. Hawaii Ponol.
Tin: second and last of Professor
Parker's recitals, for tho benefit of the
Library and Beading Boom, will be
given this evening, at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall. The programme will be varied,
and the skillful manner in which tho
first programme was unnoticed is sulli
eienl assurance that the second will
bo satisfactory. As to tho quality of
tho entertainment that may ho ex
pected, those who hud the pleasure of
attending tho former one uio more
than puti-died that a rare treat uwuits
their prosenoo this evening. If hav
ing made a nplondid hit on his first
appearance is worth anything, tho
professor should have a ciowded
house at tho second. The recitals
commence at 8 o'clock. From piovi
ou.x experience of tho spirit and cul
ture of tho citizens, we picdict a
largo audience, and a respectable ad
dition to the Library funds from tho
MYRTLE KITCHEN AND BALL.
Tho Myrtle B.oat Club's New
Knslnnd kitchen and ball at Central
Park last night was a brilliant suc
cess. The attendance was large and
chiclly consisted of young people.
Tho hall wiis,inagnitlccnlly decor
ated. Strings of variegated lanterns
ran the length of the building, on
both sides and in the center. Palm
leaves, ferns, and evergreen, inter
mingled with Hags, were in gorgeous
profusion. The four-oared boat,
Alf. Rogers, with a photograph of
the boys,and t);o trophies won, were
on view. The kitchen at the further
end of the hall was separated from
the ball room by two largo flags.
Numerous tables with fragrant
Mowers, a brick hearth-stone, a
tnajitle piece containing an old
fashioned match-box and candle
stick, and lanterns, Mags and pretty
girls composed the scene of the New
England kitchen. Dancing began
coon after 8 o'clock to the euphon
ious strains of tho Hawaiian Band,
and was kept up with zest until after
midnight. Dainty refreshments were
served throughout tho evening by
tho lady friends of the club. The
committee of arrangements, W. C.
King, C. J. McCarthy, . I. L. Torbert ,
Alex. Robertson and G. K. Wilder,
are to bo congratulated on thoir clll
eient management. The affair was
very informal, and no doubt all were
well satislied with tho evening's
A reception was given last even
ing, by tho members and frlendb of
tho Y. M. C. A. to the crew of II.
B. M. S. Flag-ship Triumph. Tho
affair was conducted by Mr. P. C.
Jones, actjng chairman of the Kuter
tainmeut Committee, in his usual
luippv manner. Mr. T, H. Davies
delivered a witty and effective
opening address. This was followed
by a duet, "Dog and Cat," by Hon.
C. II, Dickey and Miss Atherton,
who wero loudly encored and re
sponded with the "Gipsy Countess."
Mrs. W. L. Iloppor recited 'Monijy
McNeil's Ride," u soul-stirring in
cident of tho American Revolution
ary War. The story was given with
lino elocutionary grace and power.
Hon. S. B. Dole next came forward
and delivered an ublo ten-miuutcs
nddross. A trio, "The Bells of St.
Michael's Tower," by the Misses
Von Holt and Mr. T. R. Walker,
with piiuio accwupardiricnt by Mis,
whs heard with
and received descr
loud ami long applause.
by Mr. Theo. II. Davies, "The
Yeoman's Wedding Song," followed,
and was sung with that gentleman's
usual ability. General Secretary
Fuller came forward with ono of
his condensed iiniltum in pitrvo
speeches, which, like all similar
efforts of the "tall man" clinched a
moral in the peroration. The Misses
Von Holt with Messrs. May and
Walker gave "May-day" with
piano accompaniment by Mrs.
Wnlkcr. This number was admir
Part second of the programme
was taken up by the crew. Win.
Newel, quarter-master, recited
"Auld Glaiscae on the Clyde,"
being a parody of "Bingcn on the
Rhine." The piece was given with
due dialectic effect, and was loudly
cheered. Cris. Parnell, 'Jnd class
petty olllccr, sang "Sweet Violets"
in capital style, chorused by the
crew, and in answer to an encore,
gave "Down by the River Side."
Richard Oram, leading seaman, sang
the "Charge at Balaklava," with
chorus by tho crew. This song
in eulogy of "Cardigan the fearless"
and the "Noble Six Hundred" was
sung with inspiring effect. A
chorus was given by eleven of the
crew, one taking the piano, "We've
sighted the Golden Gate" from
Sankcy's Christian Choir, and loudly
encored, in response to which the
hymn "Christ rcccivcth sinful men"
was sung by the same party. Mr.
Jones announced at the close that
he was pleased to be able to say that
those were all blue-ribbon men.
Mr. Davies called for three
cheers "for our friends of all na
tions," for their hospitality and
kindness ou this, as on previous
occasions, a call which was answered
with a vim by eveiy seaman present,
after which "God Save the Queen"
was sung by the crew.
The third part of the programme
consisted of a liberal collation of ice
cream and cake. The whole affair
was unanimously voted a Triumph
HE 0UGHTT0 HAVE A PENSION.
"I don't see upon what grounds
you can secure a pension. You wero
not in tho nrmy during the war."
"I know, but 1 was in tho Homo
"Were you wounded or disabled?"
"No; but I first saw the woman
who is now my wife while wo wore
ou parade. Since thou I've had
nothing but trouble, and think the
Government ought to give mo a
pension." Philadelphia Chronicle
The expression "innocuous desue
tude," that appeared in President
Cleveland's message to the Senate
regarding removals from olllcc, has
become a popular phrase here.
In a dry and dusty argument be
fore the Supreme Court a lawyer was
citing a lot of authorities, when the
opposing lawyer kindly suggested
another which, he said might not be
accepted because it iiad fallen into
"Innocuousdcsuetude." The solemn
Justices laughed until the folds of
their gowns shook.
In the Senate Mr. Plumb was try
ing to beat the Blair bill b' showing
that a United States school history
ho held in his hand was written for
Southern children from a Confeder
ate point of view. The book was
published fifteen years ago and he
had no evidence that it was now in
use. "Oh," said Mr. Kdmunds.
dryly, "probably it is in innocuous
Kvcrybody wonders where the
President got the expression. It is
not Iiis own, nor is it Mr. Garland's.
Opinion is devided as to whether
Bayard or Lamar is the inventor,
and slight odds arc offered on the
Misaissippian. Washington Cor
respondence New Vork Sun.
There will he a Meeting of
I.ndgo I.e Progres De
I'Oeennle, No. 12 1, P. fc A.
M.. on THIS FRIDAY
in 7;!'.0 o'clock. :trd Ue.
gri'O. Mi m hers of Hawaiian Loilgu No,
31 ami visiting Lli others in kooiI 'lam
lug arf coin inllv
invited. By order of
K. KUTLLR, Soo'y.
HOUSE and Premises lattilyoccupied
by W. I'. Peacock, on Bcrctiiniii
street. Po-e.sioii given immediately.
For particulars, apply t0
23 3w .MJllXfOLBUHN.
LVI. ing made
PUT, ol Honolulu, linv.
ir mane an assimimcni to mo ot
all his property for the benefit of his
creditors, notice Is hereby given to all
pi'isons to present their claims against,
the said Kong Fill within one month
f i oni date to the undersigned, at the
ofllee of II. Hackfuhl & Co., and all
I portions liidebttil to sain Kong Mil aio
! lieruhy lequested to nuiku immediate
payment to me, .I.F IIAOKFULD,
As'lgnro of Kong Ful.
Honolulu, May lit lbSfi. 28 at
TIfR. APAU, of Koloa, Kauai, having
liJL nir.ilo an aHsignuienl ot nil his
pinperty to the undersigned for tho
heiu-llt'of his creditors, notice Is hereby
givu to all persons to present their
claims against the said A nan within ono
mouth from date, to J, F. HackteM, nt
tho olllco of Messrs. II. Hackfeld A- Co,
Honolulu, and all persons Indebted to
said Apau ate heiohy requested to make
immediate payment to tho said .1. F.
Hackfuhl, J. F. IIAOKFKLD,
Assigngcj of Apau.
Honolulu, May 111, 1K8II. US 8t
A FURXI-UKI) IIOUSK In Nuiianu
XX Aveni'o. Al-o, :i rooniH suitable
for ofllces at No. Hi Kuahumauu Bt.-eet.
Apply at No, 100 Nuutuiu Avenue.
rant i WANTED, nrnncnflnn &WwW ' ,. - - J'-Z 'iiS
vedly .' ,4 GOOD BLACKSMITH on ft nlanta. " " w '"" ww If k'f-J-A IV .v- J
A )one. i A tlou. Apply to FOK SALE. --- J-W-Vy ALVA IA11 .,,' 1
lit II l.l I'll !. 11 .- -I t
A FILti. or any iluti
J:. for tho past (I yea ts, for which a
leitsonahle pilrc will ho (riven. Apply
to ('21) .f.G.CLlWIOR, Bulletin Olllne.
rpiIE regular monthly Meeting of the
JL Hawaiian Mechanic' Benefit
Union will be held MiXT FRIDAY
EVBNING, at 7-.K0 o'clock, in the hall
of j'.ngino Co. No. 3. lliisiiicrt r Im
portance. Per order, W. AUI.B,
37 at Secretary.
WEST, DOW & Co.,
HA VINCI secured the services of a
ilHi.chibS ninttrass maker, are
prepared to furnhdi their customers with
MuUtasfcs of any size or kind at hoit
n 'lice j they also have on liuiiu a largo
number of Straw and Spring Mntlrasscs
of all eizes. !.&"" For new stock sec
dally papeis on arrival of every
lotice of Sale.
In urcoii1aucMltli u power of sale
contained in a certain mnrtcagc made
by Benjamin Ii. Muey lu the Tiustces of
the Kslnle of Luindilo, dated Sept. 1:3,
18M1, mid recorded in the RcgUtry ot
of Deeds in Honolulu, lu Hook 70, on
pages 15n ami li7, mortgaging tluit cor
tain lease from D. W. Pauahl to G. W
Maccy recorded in said Registry, in
U'tok 51, on paces 1)3 mid Gl, due notice
having Ken given of intention to fore
close s.tld mortgage for conditions
liroken. By order of the said Mort
gagees, I shall sell the said
Mortgaged Lease & Premises
at public auction, at my salesioom lu
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock m.,
On MONDAY, Miiy 24tli,
The Premises to he sUd consists of a
LEASE having 0J2 ycais to run at nn
miiiu.il rental ot fcr; of a LOT 108 x CO
feet in hIzo. hack of the Chinese Y. M.
C. A. Building, near the corner of Fort
and lleretaiila Streets.
There re :t Counties aud out-hou'C'
hi the premises, and room for several
ino'o Cottagi'i to bo erected. The lot Is
connected iy l:uic with both Fort and
lieretanla stieets. All of the Cottages
aio now occupied by tenants.
J. .LYONS, Auctioneer.
L. A TuunsTON, Att'y for Mortgagees.
Honolulu, May U, 13"0. sis tit
Be Sure and Go!
Your last Chance to Hear
Prof. H. G. Parker
Recite a choice mid vaiieii programme
will heat Y. M. C.A.J Iall.
To-morrow, Friday Evening,
at 8 o'clock, sharp. Adinlitlou,
Tickets at Oat it Uo 's. You must go
eaily to secure good seats. 1!7 t
Building: at Auction.
I am instructed by Messrs. G. VT. Mao
farlane & Co. to sell at public auc
tion, at my Saleroom,
On SATUKDAY, May Jftli,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The Coral and Stone Building
known as the International ltcstaurant,
and lec.ontly damaged by Hie, Mtuatcd
on Hotel street, I i the rear of Hojo
Lane. Pmchiucr wjll have to icniovc
building within !!0 days, as it will be
sold for the purpon of demolition.
The roof of the Building is covered
with Klate, and the walls aro built of
Coral aud Lava Itnck. Terms ctuh.
WOLFE & CO.
Regular Cash Sale.
On SATURDAY, 3Iay Jfith,
At 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, will he
sold ai Public Auction, a General astort.
incut of Mi,rchanilLe, conshtlng of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Crockery
Furniture, Sugar, 1'otatoes, Soap,
Gioceiies, Matches & Jewelry,
Ami, ut 11Z XN'ooii.
1 light Uiownell side bar 0ieu Buggy
In flitt.clnbH order; col, 2 year.s ago
t Black Mare, suitable for a family to
I H.iy Ilotse, Saddle or rtrlving, only
O.n ears old,
'l Canopy-lop shin bar Iluggy, nearly
now; aud'soveial Saddle and Cairlago
Horses. Also, at the Rout Lauding, 1
fiut tailing Sloop.
LEWrS .J. LEVEY,
!!0 !lt Alinlloiii'ir.
ANYONK who Is willing to ulvo any
asslslanco to tlniu who sufl'ercd by
the fire of tho llith daj pr April, RMI, Is
horohy cordially' invited 'to scud his
donation to tho Hon. 9. M. Damon,
Treasurer, mid notitv W. O. Achl, tho
Becreiarv, for notice In newwpupors.
II. R 'H.LILIUOKALANI, Prefl.,
II WATKRIIUUSL, Fsij,, Vicu-Pres.
HON.S. M DAMON, Treasuier,
V. i . Al'IU, SJwrriiui.
HON.JNO. L. KAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU.
1U-JV. T. WAUMAU. 17 tf
Bftw'n Carriage Minify Co., $ 00
B. O. Ilnll & Son, 75
Intcr.lManil S. JN. Co., (100
Bell Telephone, C4 W
Ilnw'n Agricultural Co., Q1C0
Wildcr's Steamship Co., (; 100
C. Brewer & Co., WO
W'oodlawn Dairy, 0(5
Walluku Sugar Co., fM
Star Mill. l'.'5
RcolprooitvSiigat C to
L. A. THPRSTOX, Stock Biokei.
ailptfjliiint Hliecl. 151 ly
riMIRKK COTTAC1ES. Inquire of
2U 1 w
1711 Fort street.
AT a special meeting of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manulacuiilng Co. held
this day. K. (. SCIIL'MA.V was elected
Hecrclary and Tieauier In place of
Tho. S. Douglas resigned.
V.. O. SCIIUMAN.
Sec'ry IIiiw,u C.irrligu lanf'g Co.
Honolulu, Ma ilrd, lHSiR. :)18
Nollco lo iho Public."
I' B. WlblOMAN, proprietor of the
" Ccu tml Cigar Stand, on Merchant
stieet, begs to liilorm the public that he
lias second the services of Mr. F.
I1ILDER, formerl at H. J. Nolte'a
Relaur.int, who will take exclusive
charge of my Cigar and Tobacco Stand,
and in 111 endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, he units, will he appreciated by
the getieial conimtinllv. orders Irom
the other islands will V piomptly at
lemliil to. rationl.e Mr. F. Hilder, who
Is a thorough judge of a good smoker's
i'.0ii 1 m J. K. WISKMAN.
By order of L. A. Thurston and MrB.
II. O Alexander, aduiinUtrator and ad.
inliiMrnlrlx of tho Kstatcof (J. H. Alex,
nndcr, decea-cd acting under order of
salo of the bupreui Court, I will sell at
public auction, at my SalcHuom in Ho.
MONDAY, May 21, JS8(,
At 12 o'clock, noon, all of that cer.
tain pioperly known as tho
situate In Mukawao and Kula. Maul,
cousi -ling of tho lauds of
KAMALINUI, eoiitilning W,MH acres,
PULBHUNUI maiika, containing 11,.
AAPUEO 1 and 2, containing l',$ acre",
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
T.ic Lands aro all in fee simple, and
Utlc is pirfect.
The Ranch Stock
000 head of Cattlo, moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheep, more or less,
85 Morses, moro or less,
A portion of the land is wooded, sup.
plying nu abundance of firewood
Apoitluuof the land notnt prcfont
necessary for carrying on tio ranch U
rented nut, bringing lu an annual rental
'I he lands extend from Mnalaea Buy,
including llshing light, to the top of
HaleaUala, and are bounded on one side
by tho Von Tcmpsky nnd Goodness
ranches, and on the other sldo by
Sprrokolsvllle, W H. Bailey's ranch, the
Bast Maui Svck Company's ranch
(l!i;wer's) and Ilalkii-uka.
The soil is in grcit part rich and fer
tile, anil tho pasiuru for sloclvcxcellent.
Tho land and Hock will 1J, sold as a
whole, being put up at mi
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms aro: $'.'0,000 cash, the balance
to ho paid In equal installments in 1,2,
:i, 4 and B years, ricured by tlrst niort.
gage upon the preinl-es sold, mid (in.
provements hereafter placed thereon,
lnteiest at the into of 8 or cent, per
annum, tree of taxc, payable semi-an.
niinlly. Pr nmpnl and interest payable
in United States gold coin. Deed-, at
expense of puichaer.
J. LYONS, Auet'r.
ty Mnp of tho land, can ho seen,
and full paitlculars obtained at tho
olllcc of L. A. 'IIIUK3TON, !!8 Afr
cliaut hi i cut. 831
By older of Mr. W. II Cornwall, I will
(ell, ai pnhiii auction,
On MONDAY, May 34th,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for account of Es
tate o! Henry C'oinwell, deceased, that
certain tract of land known as PUI.K
HUNUl.MAKAl, adjoining Piilehnnui
Manna, liLloiiging to tho Halcaknln
Ranch, estuto of C! II. Alexander, de.
ceased. This properly is hounded ou
the west by the Hawaiian Commercial
llompanyV" cane field", and extending
from the Walluku commons to .Mnalaea
ay, containing over l,l)0 acres of tho
llnesi sugar mul grazing lands on tho
Island ot Maul. On tliu side adjoining
the cane fields a new v ire fenco has re.
cenllv been built.
TKIIMS OP SALE One third cash;
bahiuco at (I and 1'.' mouihs.at 8 pel cent.
A map of thepiopeily can ho fccen Jut
J. LYONS, Auut lonocr.
rMtE uidor-igni'd has moved Into tho
t. olllco ul .Mr. .1. E. Wiseman, where
he will ho piep.ired to furnish house,
hold ftcivnuts collect bills, do Anglo.
Chlnetu iDlcrprctUg, ami a general
business. (50 Urn) BOYONG.
Blacksmith Work ;
79 & 81 Kii Street
JEntranceR iVom Kliif? mid Morclmnt Si.
Every description of work In tho above lines performed In a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
J3T Bell Telephone, 167. tisa (327 Dm) rjy- Hell Telephone, 1C7. -3
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ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
ThoPlour wonroat present supplying ii far superior to any previously offered,
and can be made into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at less expense thau anv other farluiiceous nrcnaratlons.
lily rocoininendcd by phy-iclaus
dhordand stomach or bowels, as
Ior &ale ly
DIRF.OTIONS FOR MAKING POI. Take tho deiircd amount of Hour and
mix veiy thin with cold wntvr, being sine there arc no lumps. Conllno this in a
hag or cloth and place lu a kottle of boiling water, nnd let it continue to boll 1J
to "Jli bourn, according to quantity used, care being taken to place u piece of per. ,
forated tin nt the bottom of tho kettle so as to prevent the cloth from burning.
When dono (while warm) stir with a stout spoon, adding u little water until the
whole Is well mixed. Lot tli is stand from live to six hours Then add water In
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and kneading until the desired consistency 1
obtained. Owing to its purity it takes from three to four days to become acid or
sour. in; am
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Strcol, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Slreels.
IYew 3-oodls, Jutstt DR-eeeivecl,
Kegs Family Beef; kegs nnd half hhls. Pig Pork; Eastern Block Ciillisli; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; It me I Chicken; Dupee
Hams and Bacon; Ocnitino M.iplu tiyrup; C.ila St.u Drips; Presh N,v Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Chcc:c; Gormen, and a
General Assortment of Staple aud Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive uareful attention and piompt delivery.
I. O. I3ox rj-rSS. Tclophoue 111).
R. P. DlLUNOIIASI,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.imltcil. HiirrcNHorN to IMllliiKlinin .V ,'. nnd Nnmiirl ?.'ott.
- GOOD 3XIGH3LrX' "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Estate Agent,
ilder's Steamship Auent.
Great Rttiliugton Railroad
Repairing and Rcpolishlng neatly
done. French polishing a speciality.
110 King Street,
Honolulu, April in, I88f.
persons nic hereby cautioned
not lo trust my son, HAItRi
MctUlESNEV, as 1 will not pay bills of
his contracting without my wiitteu
order. 11. H. McCHiiSNEV.
That Will Suit,
That charming Cottage on Rcretanla
street, near Punchbowl street, 0 rooms,
nicely laid out; stable, garden, etc.
Neat Cottage, corner of l.illha and
Schools streets, 1 rooms and kitchen.
Small Cottage on Merchant street,
suitable for man and wife; $10 a mouth.
Tho Kcash'e Cottage of V. P. Toler,
Efl.i.. at Wnlklkl, Beautiful rooms,
hinai, stables, carriage house, line
At I'alnma, I have scvoral lino Cot.
tagea lo rent.
Cottage sultrthlo for 2 gentlemen,
beautiful place, on Pensacola street.
Small, neat Cottage, on Pensacola
street, with both pasiuragu and use of
stable; line elevation.
Other houses to lent.
Somo Fine Property for Sale.
The Property adjoining the Resi
dence of Mr. Neumann on King street;
beautiful building lot; reasonable
On Luiialilo street, a bountiful Resl.
denco and fine grounds; elegant marine
On LiUlm, corner School street, !) Cot.
tages; neat lots,
And Other Properly.
1 lino Rord Piano for mlo, iJ'.'JO; cott
1,1150; lu perfect order.
Kmldlo Horse, young and sound, ?7.'.
Black Marc for sale, $f.0.
Bhlc.bar Buggy, cost $'.'95, nearly now,
Will exchange Buggy for Phaeton.
Apply or address
J. E. WISKMAN,
Gen'l Business and Real
as nn inclinable diet for ncrsnns sutler.
well as a nutritious food fur tho healthy.
.lA. CI. SrENoru,
Socretaiy and Treasurer.
Honolulu, 11. X.
Custom House Droller,
Manager Hawaiian Opein House,
Kiro and Llfu Insurance Agent.
G. K. MILLER,
General Baslncss & Purchasing A9nl-
42 Hut St., Honolulu.
My most faithful attention will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlie) residents of tho
:i!l cuvernl Inlands of till grnnn. riv
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
S-A.XiOIV !- vS
Jiisi received, per Zcnbin"
dla, and for salo hy r, -,
AUAAIH) ,i!to CO.,
i 13. 1.
i 81 1
Omen Mrm. lin' '
TEIN) fullv coiiNluced that tho
Jj sitventh day of the week Is not thoV:
true Sibb.ith, wliich wo urc commanded "
to oliM'ivo and Ui'cp. I slmll, ou and;
after the tlrst day of May, 18SU, inn the,,
business at the j
IIOVAIj 8A.L.OON, .
as usual, ou SUiirdiys, until 11 cm, and! x
continue to i-oll tho best of every kind,
of Lhpiom as hoiclolore, not using as
nu inducement to paim on liquors oi nu
inferior qualliy, the hlHiidhlnnents of 4
Boston Clam Chnwdcr and other doll,
nacies uiiiiiufactuicil lu a second late
hush kitchen. t, .
Thuuklng fi lends and tho puhllo gcn ,,-,
orally fr past favors, and hoping for a'
conti'nimiice of the muiic.
P. h. LESLIE, ',
Maaaiier Rovnl Saloon. ''
t2 Tho finest ENGLISH
draught, 10 cents a gluaj, Iced.
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