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.SATURDAY, MAY 10, 18(i.
S S Alameda from Ban FruneNco
Torn W S llowne from S.in Francisco
Stmr Kltinti from Windward Ports
Slim- Jas Mukeo from Knunl
Stmr J I Dowsctt from 1'ida
S S Alameda for the Colonics
o'clock tills evening'
Stmr 0 K llbhop for Unmakiia
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr Kliiuii for the Volcano anil Wlnd-
.Stnir .las Mukeu for Walatiao and Kapaa
at 11! noon
.Selir Rob Hov for ICoohui
Sclir Millo Min rls for I.anal .
Sehr Ehtikal for Wnlaluu
Sehr Ivawallanl for Koolau
Sclir Muloln for Liiiipuhochoc
VESSELS IN "PUilT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Moeket.s
Bltttio 31 tilling Star. Turner
llktnc .Nellie M Sl.tdo. Gould
Jtktnu Geo t' I'cikliiN Aekermaii
Bktue Marv Whikclimiu, Backus
Itatno W O Irwin. McCulloch
From San Francboo. per Alameda.
May 10 Mr C 11 Hitchcock. MNs S W
Sliattuck. loliu I'urvN, E J. Gullck,
3Ii3 Ivors, Mrs Holladay, I. Rlcliaid.-on
and wife. A W Hurl. Mrs. I Alifoid and
eb Id, Prof Auderoiii and wife. S II
'.eCure, Mrs M Ilarron, .1 11 01ceo,
vifo and sMer, II ro Wall Clias Paiks,
Mls.s E Spring, lis teorngo. (Hi China
men and 70 In transit for the Colonic.".
Prom Windward Ports. Mav 15 Win
G Irwlu, G P Wilder, Fnlho'r I'u.nl. J
Coorpcr, W II Purvis, Mlsuss llella
Woods and Kllza Low. W S Seal, .1 I.
Blalsdoll and wife, W Williams. I Rich
ardson, lu Cluing-, IC Qkkelu and 1 00
Prom San FrnucWco. per WS llowne,
.May ir.-7-Mr McMlllen and Mr While.
! or Sydney from Honolulu, per Ala
meda, .May 15 F II Turban, W Obe,
L J Lionarona and G W Mn"nu.
CARGOES FS0M ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klutiii t,GiU lings of sugar. :i feet
koa boards, L'S'J goat sUiisj, 2 hordes
and 70 pkgs of Hindi ics.
Stmr Dnw.-olt l.'JOO bags of Migar.
Stmr .fas Makee L',018 bags of Migar.
The S S Alameda sailed from San
FnineUeo May 8th, at r:ir i: m. Had
light westerly winds uiilll the liili,
iheiice caMeily wind?. At 1 :,10 r. m.,
the llith lnt.. paod S S Maiipoa.
Ai rived off Honolulu May 15th, at Ji
A. M. Time 0 days l!l hum's.
The W S llowne, Paul uiator, arrived
thU morning ltii days from San Fiau
elsco, with three horses and a general
Tho Alllo Howe arrived at Hongkong
after a pa?agc of 110 days from Hono
lulu. All well.
Tho steamer Llkellke 1 expected to
urnlvc to-morrow morning.
Honolulu, .May 15th, to
J. Levey, a daughter.
the wife of S.
L0UAL Sl CEIIEKAL NEWS.
IIomi: rule is going to have a closo
shave in tho Brilbh PaOiament.
Miss Paulino Joruu will play a
violin solo at Foit-street Church to
Temi'KUANci: meeting tliis evening,
under tho auspices of tho V. M. U.
A., at Fowler's yaid.
Two blood hoitcs for Hon. C. It.
Bishop and one for l-Iniaiiuel Rciss,
an-ived by the W. S ''owno thisniorn
Thu State Central Committee of
tho National Labor party, at San
Francisco, has piotested againnt the
renewal of tho Hawaiian treaty.
Tun immense publishing establish
ment of A. L. llancioft & Co., San
Francisco, was burned down April
.30th, causing a loss of 1,000,000.
Mn. William Wall, manager of the
Yosemito rink, will bo pleased to
givo ladies free tuition in fancy
skating at the rink Saturday after
noons. Tin: total receipts of tho Myrtle
Boat Club's lull and kitchen, Thuis
day night, woio about JfllOO, their ex
penses $150, leaving net gain of
The cool outdoor atmosphere, the
soft light of the moon, and the excel
lent music combined to make tho
Band concert at 13m nm Square last
Pitorusfeou Anderson, son of the
famous Wizard of tho North, has ar
rived, and intends giving a series of
four entertuinnients in the Hawaiian
Opera House, beginning next Thins
day. The meeting of tho Hawaiian Mis
sion Children's Society will bo held
at Mr. P. C. Jones' residenco this
evening. It being tho tegular meet
ing for tho election of ollicers for tho
coming year, a full attendance is de
sired. Mu. McMillan, of Illinois, and Mr.
White, of Texas, after an extended
tour of Europe and America arrived
by W. S. llowne this morning in
continuation of their journey around
the wot Id., They are stopping at the
Tin: steamer Kiuau had rough
weather while on her way to Maui
and Hawaii fioni this poil last Tues
day. Pur.-or Reekley icports tho
steamer W. G. Hall arriving at Ma
alaea Hay last Tuesday ,Jry lato,
with some of her sails damaged.
Tub H. S. Alameda, Captain Morso,
arrived at 5 o'clock this morning, rix
days 13 hours and -Id minutes from
San Francisco. She hi ought J cab
in passengers, 10 steeiage, mid 0(1
Chinese immigrants, for this pott,
and 70 passeugeis iu transit for tho
Colonies. She will tail ut 0 o'clock
The game of cricket played at
Mnkikt yesterday, between a team
from the Triumph and thu Honolulu
Cricket Club, was won by the former
with 102 majority. In thu evening
the Vice President of the Honolulu
Cricket Club, Mr. .1. H. Webb, enter
tained thu Triumph's team at dinner,
at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Our. full report of yesterday after
noon's intcienting debutes on tho Ap
propriation Dill bus to be broken oil"
for want of space, but the balance
will appear on Monday. A motion
made by Hon. Godfrey Bhodcs, at
the close of a speech on the Japanese
fund, that tho committee rise and ie
port piogrcss, was cairied over a
motion that I be item pass.
Picture Frames & Cornices made
to older, old Frames repaired, resid
ed, etc. King Hros.' Ait store.
Any poison having business with
tho Hawaiian Chinese News Co., will
please call on Mr. Ho Foil, at Tai
Wo Co., shoe makers, 8(5 Xuunmi
elieot. 72 2t.
Laiiaixa, May 11, 188G.
Mi:ssus. Ai.i.r.x & Hoiiinsox,
Dr.Ai: Sins: In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to state
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the California J. line in our
Sugar Mill and I am decidedly of
the opinion that the Hawaiian Lime
stands higher in every respect for
the reason that it is much stronger,
thus causing it considerable saving.
It furthermore does not coat our
pipes and drum so much as the Cali
fornia Lime and should therefore be
tibod in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime has to be
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play this iillerunou at Emma Square,
beginning at -I :D0. Following is the
March The Eleventh Teubert
Ovei tin e Taueredl .'Jtossinl
Finale Rlgoletlo Verdi
Selection Pinafore Sullivan
Walt. The Somvu Waldteufel
Polka Black and Red Coote
HEWS BY THE KINAU.
Kiuau briiiLTS intelligence
tins niorniii': that dense volumes of
smoke arise continually from the
volcano, and the heat is so intense
that near approach is impossible.
The surrounding banks continue to
cave in. The reflection of the fire
is visible at a considerable distance.
Seveial specimens of new lava, in
odd shapes and dilteretit colors, have
been brought down by Mr. Heckle',
porter of the Kiniui, and are now
on view at tho ollice of Wililci-V
Steamship Co. The Kiuau will take
passengers for the volcano on Mon
day. Judge Preston has been tem
porarily disabled by gout, and had
to bo carried into Court on Thurs
day morning. Kekoa had not been
tried up to the lUtli.
PROFESSOR PARKER AT Y. M.
The Yr. M. C. A. Hall was full to
the door to hear Professor Parker's
recitals last night. Fifty cents ad
mission was charged, and the people
got more limn an equivalent for their
money. Two or three of the pieces
on the piiutcd programme weru
omitted, and others substituted.
The list was sulllciently diversified
to take in every vatiety of taste,
and to show tho Professor's diversi
fied capabilities. The comic and
serious, the light and grave weic
included, and each given with equal
adaptability of voice, gesture, and
counteiKMice to tho character deline
ated. The audience manifested its
approval and delight by fiequent ap
plause. SUNDAY SERVICES.
s ut 10 A. .M. Vespers at 4 :'.I0
0:30 a. M.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's
class in tho parlor at !):(" A. M.
ducted by the General Secretary,
pel praise service at (IrUO i: m.
ICaavaiaiiao Ciii'ituu. Itev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A.M. Preaching at 11 a. m. and ':'M
l. M. Young people's meeting at U
Foiit-stiikkt CituitUH. Iter. .1. A.
Ciuzau, pastor. .Meeting for Bible
study at 0:15 a. ji. Publlo worship at
11 a. ji. In the evening theio will be
the usual gopcl and musical service,
the pastor preaching on one thing need
ful. Seats freo and a cordial welcome
Br.Tiir.t. Union Ciiuhcii. Rev. E.
O. O-'irel, pastor. Services at the
Lveeiim, Niuiauu avenue.
school at u:li o'clock.
an address uy jcev. j;. u. uggei, tno
pastor, on ''Conditions of sucecis hi
church building." at 11 o'clock. Even
ing service at 7 :1!0 o'clock, when the
pastor will dl-cuss the subject, "The
Sabbath, and the change from the tlrst
to tho seenlh day of the week." A
geueial and cordial Invitation is ex
tended to thcte services.
St. ANDitr.w's Catiii:iiiai.. First
congregation. Holy communion, (J:ll0
a, m. Morning prayer with sermon,
! :.".() a. m. Evensong' with cateeliutle.il
address by Rev. V. H. Barnes at C,
l. Ji. All scats are free.
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Morning
prayer with sermon, 11:10 a. ji.; even
ing prayer, wth senium, 7;t)0 i: u.
Sunday school meeU at 10 A, M- In the
Puiiuhon Preparatory School building,
Seats freo at all se: vices,
Following is tho new Hawaiian
Treaty, as printed by the S. J
Chronicle, together with comments
of that paper's Washington corres
pondent, and republished, here, this
morning, as genuine, by tho J1. O.
Advertiser, and pionounccd by His
Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, to be a bogus document:
Washington, May 4. There is a
mcasiiru before each branch of Con
gress iu relation to the Hawaiian
Reciprocity Treaty The ono be
fore the House is u resolution that
has been reported favorably from
the Committee on Ways and Sloans
to abiogate the existing treaty of
commercial reciprocity between this
country and the Hawaiian Islands.
The measure before the Senate is the
treaty negotiated in ISS.'J by Secre
tary of State Freylinghtiyscn and
Minister Carter. That treat) was
sent to the Senate December 9,
1881, for approval by that body, but
it icmaiucd in thu hands of the Com
mittee on Foieign Affairs without
any action being taken upon it until
the present session. At this session
of Congress, as soon as Morrison
introduced his resolution in the
House to abrogate the treaty, the
Senate Committee took up the treaty
that had been referred to it, and
after considering it, referred it to
the Senate with the unanimous re
port that it be approved. The fol
lowing is the text of the new treaty,
which, for the lirst time, is now laid
before the public :
Wiii:i!i:as, A convention was con
cluded between the United States of
America and His Majesty the lviug
of the Hawaiian Islands on the 90th
day of January, 1875, concerning
commercial reciprocity, which, by
the fifth Article thereof, was to con
tinue in force for seven years from
the date afler it was to come into
operation, and further until the ex
piration of twelve months after
either of the high contracting par
tics should give notice to the other
of its wish to terminate the same;
and whereas, the high contracting
parties consider that the increase
and consolidation of their mutual
commercial interests would be better
promoted by the dcllnite limitation,
therefore the President of the United
States of Ameiica and His Majesty
the Xing of the Hawaiian Islands
hare appointed the Piesident of
the United States of America Fred
crick T. Frelinghuyscn, Secretary
of State, and His Majesty tho King
of thu Hawaiian Islands Henry A.
P. Carter, accredited to the Govern
ment of the United States as his
Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary, who, hav
ing exchanged their respective
powers, which were found sulllcient
and iu due form, have agreed upon
the following ai tides:
AiiTici.u 1. The high contracting
parties agree that the tune lixed for
the duration of said convention shall
be definitely extended for a term of
seven years from the date of the
exchange of the ratilicalion hereof,
and further until the expiration of
twelve months after either of tho
high contracting parties shall give
notice to the other of its wish to
terminate the same, each of the high
contracting parties being at liberty
to give such notice to the other at
the end of the said term of seven
years or at any time thereafter.
Akt. II. His Majesty tho King
of the Hawaiian Islands' grants to
the Government of the United States
the exclusive tight to outer the har
bor of Pearl river, in the Island of
Oahu, and to establish and maintain
there a coaling and repair station for
the use of vessels of the United
States, and to that end the United
States may improve the entrance of
said harbor and do all other things
needful to the purpose aforesaid.
Aut. III. The present conven
tion shall he ratilicd and the ratifica
tions exchanged at Washington as
soon as possible.
In witness whereof the respective
plenipotentiaries have signed the
present convention in duplicate and
have hereunto alllxed their respec
Dono in the city of Washington
thu Gib day of December, in the
year of our Lord 1881.
l..fi. FllKl). T. FllKUNUHtlVSUN,
i..s.J Ili-sitr A. P. C'ai:ti:u.
In the printed copy of the treaty
Article If is in italics.
Two tilings may be said of tho
proposed treat)'. First, while it
seems to give to this country certain
privileges in compensation for the
great benefit it bestows on thu Ha
waiian Islands, it iu reality secuies
to this country nothing that the lirst
class Powers of Europe do not
equally possess, except the remis
sion of tho duties on certain ai tides
imported from the United States to
Second, it is doubtful whether the
Seualeh as the right to extend the
existing commercial recipiocity
treaty between the two countries
without the consent of the House.
As to the lirst statement, a com
parative study of the tieatics now
in existence between thu Hawaiian
Islands and Germany, France and
England shows that we gain no sub
stantial advantage by thu proposed
treaty. Article 11 of the proposed
treaty states that Kalakaua grants to
this country the exclusive right to
enter the harbor of Pearl River
and to esablish and maintain
there a coaling station for the
use of vessels of the United
States, and to that end the United
States may Improve the entrance to
tho said harbor. This Is u grant of
only temporary occupnnoy of tho
harbor, the exclusive right to last
only while the treaty is continued.
If this concession is to be of any
valuo to this country, the United
States would have to improve the
harbor of Pearl river, so that ships
of commerce and war could enter it.
The United Slates would also liuvo
to establish a coaling station. After
the United States has gone to all
this expense, which would cost mil
lions of dollars in the permanent
improvement of that part of the
islands, all these things' would be
foi felted when either country gave
notice to abrogate the treaty after
the expiration of the specillc term
of seven years.
Hut even with all these alleged
privileges which the United Slates
would have to pay for in vast sums,
that country would have no more
substantial advantages there than
England or France or Germany now
has by the provisions of the treaties
existing between these countries and
thu Hawaiian islands. In 1851
England concluded a treaty with the
Sandwich islands, as that country is
styled in all European conventions,
the second aiticle of which says:
The subjects of each of the two
contracting parties, respectively,
shall have the liberty freely unci
securely to come with their ships
and eorgocs to all places, ports and
rivers in the territories of the other
where trade with other nations is
permitted. In like manner the ships
of war of each contracting party,
respectively, shall have the liberty
to enter into all harbors, rivers and
places within the territories of thu
other to which the ships of war of
other nations arc or may be permit
ted to come to anchor there and to
remain and relit.
The ships of England by this
treaty of 1851, have all the rights
and privileges that the ships of the
United States would have under the
proposed treaty. English men-of-war
and merchantmen could come
to the islands and repair at the ship
yards there without going to a.i
enormous expense to establish a
plant. France concluded a treaty
with the Sandwich islands October
29, 1857. The fifteenth article of
that convention secures to all French
vessels the same rights that the
English ships possessed under the
treaty of 1851. Germany has like
privileges and every other country
in Europe has the same rights. By
the proposed treaty the United
States, after improving Pearl river
hai hor, gains nothing that the nations
of Europe do not already enjoy.
It is a very doubtful question
whether the Senate has any right to
conclude this treaty without the
consent of the House. Treaties that
do not affect the revenue of the
country can he negotiated by the
Presiden t and approved by thu
Senate and go into force without
being referred to the House, but
treaties that affect the revenue must
receive the approval of the House
before they go into operation. The
following is the language of Article
V of the present treaty between the
United States and the Hawaiian
The present convention shall take
effect as soon as it shall have been
approved and proclaimed by His
Majesty the King of the Hawaiian
islands, and shall have been ratified
and duly proclaimed on the part of
the Government of the United
States, but not until a law to carry
it into operation ahull have been
passed by the Congress of the
United States of America.
It took an Act of Congress to
give potency to the treaty. The
treaty was to last for seven years,
and, fill titer, until the expiration of
twelve mouths after either of the
high contracting parties shall give
notice to the other of its wish to
terminate the same. The Act of
Congress limited tho treaty existence
to seven years, or until twelve
months after notice was given to
terminate it. The new treaty pro
poses to extend it for seven years
more. The Act of Congress did not
comer on mo senate tne riglit to ex
tend the treaty for a new period. It
is the opinion of leading men in the
House that tho new treaty would
not go into operation until a law is
passed by Congress to that effect.
MEN GHARCED WITH ELECTRICITY.
Vhilu 1 am iu Washington 1 take
men as thoy come, and therefore 1
ran upon Senator Stanford of Cali
fornia again for half an hour. As I
shook hands with him ho said "Did
you feel a spark go fioin you to inoV
I felt it distinctly, and mention it
because on tho Pacilio coast wo
n'ovor havo those olectiical maiiifest
atiotiH, and I havo not seen the
Northern lights in forty years, which
I used to see when a bov iu New
York." I told tho Governor that,
either by walking around over
woolou doors or from some other
reason, sparks would lly out of mo
at homo almost every timu I touch
ed a gas bracket or u brass knob on
n door. "fjnth", in (Jiiiuitintlti
rpiIAT very desirable Faniilv Itoi
JL deuce on Lunalilo rjtreel, owned
and occupied by .Mr. O. Duval, which
t comprises a S.story Ilulldlug, with par.
lor, illnlug room, bedroom, uitcheu, pun.
try, and bathroom downMuir; and II
largo bedinoms upstair.", all being sup
plied with largo elohciH. The bouse Is
entirely now, having been built only 7
mouth-ago. Tho vlow is unmrpassed,
itltording the lliiesl marine lew. It is
nbo one of the healthiest. mst conveni
cut and comfortable tcidcnco in thU
vicinity. Apply on premise!..
liOJ lm wed&sut
HOUSE and Premises lately occupied
by W. (.'. Peacock, on Berctnnln
street. Po-nesidoii given Immediately, j
For particulars, apply to '
28 !Jw .lOHNPOLllFUN. I
Notice of Sale.
In ncconliuicn with a power of snlo
contained In a certain morteae jnndo
by Benjamin 11 .Mncy to the Trustees of
Hie Eslale of Lutmhln, dated Sepl. 1!J,
1HS1. and refolded Iu the Kegbtry of
of Ueeds In Honolulu, In Hook "0, on
P'lies liVliiml 1 7, inurtuuglng llmtcer
tiln lea u f.om U. W. PmiiiiIiI to G. W
M.ioey iLcorded in ald Itcd-try, lu
B"ok "(I, on piigea l!.l and (51, duo notice
having 1- en irlven of luteal Ion to fore
cIimu s:iid mortgage for conditions
broken lly older of tho said Mort
gagees, I .hull sell the Mild
Mortgaged Lease & Promises
at public auction, at my talesroom In
II molulu, at 'i o'clock M.,
On MONDAY, May a-Uh,
The Premises to be sold consists of u
LESK Imvliii; fij j years to run at an
annual rental of $'-'; of a LOT 10 x CO
feet lu size, back of the Chlucsc Y. M.
C A. liutldlng, ncir the corner of Port I
atM Hcrctanm isticeis.
There ro a Coliaues and out-houes
on the pieniise-, and room for several
mote Collates to lie creeled. Thu lot is
connected by lanes with both Port and
lleietania streets. All of tho Cottages
are now occupied by tenants.
J. LYOXS, Auctioneer.
L. A. Tiiuiisto.v, Alt'v for Mortgagees.
Honolulu, May II, ltMJ. 26 8t
By order of L. A. Thurston and Mrs.
II. (4 Alexander, admiui-trator and ad
ministratrix of the Ksialoof C II. Alex,
under, deceifid, aclini; under order of
sale of the Siipretn Court, 1 will sell at
public unction, nt my baleiTOonrbi Ho
MONDAY, May 24, 1SSO,
At 1? o'i lock, noon, all of that cer.
tain piopcrty known as the
situate In Mnknwnn and Knla, Maui,
consisting ot the lands of
KALIALINPI, containing ltl.SIS acres,
PULEHUNUI maiika, containing 11,.
AAPUKO 1 and 2, containing OS t acres,
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
The Lands are all in fee simple, and
itlc i perfect.
The Ranch Stock
600 boad of Cattle., moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheep, more or loss,
85 Horses, more or loss,
A portion of the laud is wooded, sup
plying an abundance of firewood
A portion ot the laud not at pro-out
iin'i".s!iry for carrying on the ranch is
rented out, bringing in an annual rental
'I be lands extend trom Mnalaea Bay,
including llshiug riglit, to tho top of
f lulrukiilu, and aid bounded on ono side
by llio Von Tempsky and Goodness
ranches, and on Iho other side by
Sprickolsvllle, 11. Bailey's ranch, the
Iho-t .Maul Ht'ck Company's ranch
(UrowerV) and Il.ilku.tika.
The soil is iu great pint rich and fer
tile, and tlio pa-turo for slock excellent.
The laud and stock will be sold as a
whole, being put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms at o: iJ'J.'i.OCO cash, tho balance
to be paid in etpuil Installments in 1, ;,
, 1 unit OyeuiH, i-eeured by llret mort.
g.igo upon tho picmbeH hold, and ini.
proveinents hereafter placed thereon.
Intel est at the rate of 8 per cent, per
annum, dec of taxes payable seiui.aii.
nually. I'r ncipal and interest payable
in United Stales gold coin. Deeds at
expense of putcluiKcr.
.J. liYONS, Aucl'r.
lj- Maps oT tho land can bo seen,
and full o.irtioulars obtained at the
ollice ol L A. TUUKSTON, 118 Mer.
chant stieet. 321
By order of .Mr. W. II. Cornwall, f will
i-ell, at public auction,
On MONDAY, May Mth,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for account of Es
tate of lleniy (.'omwell, deceased, that
certain tract, of. laud known as PULK
1IUNUI MAKAI, adjoining Pulehiinul
Miiuku, iielonging to the Ilalc.ikula
llnnrli, itute of (!. II. Alexander, tie.
ceased 'i bin propeity is bounded on
Ihn wisl by the Hawaiian Commercial
Company' cane Ileitis, and extending
from tho WailuUu couiuioiin to Mnalaea
Hay, containing over 1, COO acres of tho
llnest eugar and grazing lands on the
Inland ut Maui. On tin; side adjoining
tho cane llelds a new wire fence has re.
eenllv been built.
TlJUMS OF SAbE-Ono.thlrd cash;
balance at (I and IU months, at 8 pcieent.
A map of tlio pioperty can bo been Jut
J. LYONS, Auulloiiuur.
Queen St., next Hull, tin Ollice
Horses broken to Sad
dle (tad Harness,
llor-es boarded by the
day, week, or mouth,
. to" Tolophonu 18t,
20 tf '
Blacksmith Work ; ... & Carrlago Building,
Painting anil 1'
79 k 81 Kin Street,
JEiitiTineoH IVom Kiiicr
Kvery description of work In the above Hues performed In a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tST Bell Telephone, 107. tjaa (337 :im) Cgy Hell Telephone, 107- T&a
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour we are at present supplying 1-. far stioerlor to an' previously ollered,
ami can be made into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at lew expense than any other farlnarcous preparations.
Highly recommended by phy-dcitum as an invalunb c diet for persona mller.
lug from disordered stomach or bow els, a well as a nutritious lood fort lie luulthy.
JPoi SSule ly a.ll Grocers.
MKKCTrOiNS FOR MAKING POL Take tho de?lml amount of tlnurnnd
mix vciy Ihln with cold water, being mho there aro no lumps. Confine this In a
bag or cloth and place In a ketilu ot boiling water, and let it continue to boil 1J
to 'Jj hour-), accord lug to quantity used, cruc being taken to place a piece of per.
forated tin at tho bottom of thu kettle o as to prevent the cloth from burning.
When done (while warm) stir with u stout spoon, adding a little water until tho
wholn Is well mlxe I. Let this etnad from live to si hours Then add water In
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and kneading until the desired consistency is
obtained. Owing to its purlly it takes from three to four day.s to become acid or
sour. ,)i:t :im
CHAS. HUSTAGE, GrROCER
King Street, t: : :
Kegs Family licef; kegs and half bills. Pig Pork; K Htem Him Is CxItMi; .Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Itccf ; B 'lied Ch'etseti; Dupee
Hauls and Bacon; Genuine .Maple Syrup; Uala Stii D.lpj, Krv-h N Oflems
Mnl.ifcMss; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glns and litis; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Uermea, and a
General kotliiicut of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders iccelvc careful attention and prompt delivery.
P. O. liax UTiZ. 'JLVIImn 1 1 J.
B. F. Dillingham,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. HurrrMHorH to IHIIlnuliiim A Co, anil Samuel Xntt.
GOOD TSXGcTXTF rn
Pmiii Safety Kerosene Ofl, 150"
Recommended by the New York Eoard of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Audit,
Employ liient Agent,
V;l,i,..ij c. 1. 1.. a .,.,,, i
ff IIIIUI I. Ult .IMI31IIJ. 41KV.I.,
Honolulu, April 10, 18S0
A Lb persons aro hereby cautioned
not to trust mv son, HAKIiY
Mof'HESNEY, as I will not pay bills of
Ills contracting without my written
order. U.K. McCHKSNEV.
A T a: special meeting of the Hawaiian
v Carrlago Mtintitaciui lug Co. held
this day, E. G. SCHU.MAN was elected
Secretary and Treasuier lu plneo of
Thus. S. Douglas resigned.
E. G. SCHUMAN.
Seo'ry Haw,n O.iril.ige Alant'g Co,
Honolulu, May Ilrd, 1880. :I18
WEST, DOW & Co.,
AVING secured thu services of a
llnu.chisB matlrass maker, are
prepared to furnish their customers with
Maitrasses of any sizo or kind at short
notice; they also have on hand a largo
number of Straw and Spring .Matlnu'Pes
of all sizes. J3T For new stock see
daily papers on arrival of every
steamer. 27 Ut
Notice to iho Public.
JE. WISKMAN, proprietor of the
Central Cigar Stand, on Merchant
tteet, begs to Inform thu public that lie
has secured the services of Mr. F.
HILDEB, formerly at it. J. N. lie's
Kustaurant, who will take exclusive
charge of my Cigar and Tolmico Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, ho trusts, will bo nppieciated by
the general community. ()i tiers Irnm
tlio oilier islands will ho promptly at
tended to. Patronize Mr. F. Hilder, who
is a thorough judge of a good sniokei's
C'r on too
(S 7fi 10(1
(3 100 10J
(ft 3!l It)
(J 100 100
(d f.'fi fiOO
naw'n Carnage Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall .t Son,
Inlcr.l slant! S. N.Cn.,
Hnw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wlldcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Bruwcr &; Co,,
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Heglprveliy Sugar C".,
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock llrokei,
38 Merchant Street, lil ly
Oil Eese Premises,
find IVIor elimit StH.
Between Fori and Alakoa Streets.
Jas G M'K-vCMi,
Sccieiarv and Treasuier.
Custom House Binkor,
Manager II Italian Opera Ilou-e,
Fire and Life IiMiriuci Agi ni.
0. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing AQcnl-
ii total St., Hoileln.
My most faithful attention will bo
gicn for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio resldi nt of the
H'.'l seviirul Islands of tli gp'ii' I ly
rI"MIE undcriu,ned has mined into the
X. ollice of Mr. .1. E. Wiseman, whete
he will bo prepared lo furnish house
hold servints, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, and a general
hush) cm (fill (Inn SOYOXO.
WOLFE & CO.
ANYONE who Is willing in give any
iihSbUnec to tliore who suffered by
the lire of tin lSih du ol April, l&SU, Is
heiebv cordially uivittd to K'lid lii
donation to tho Hon. S. M. Damon,
Treasurer, and notitv W. U. Achl, tho
Secretary, for notice- In nowspmcrs.
ll.lt 11. LIL1UOKAI.AN1, FreB..
11 WATK1UH1K. Kbfj., VlccPres.
HOX.S. M DAMON, Treasurer,
W. t . AOiU.Secre'arv.
HON..' Nn. i KVUliUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU.
UKV. T. AU1UU. 317 a
lulu. II. I.
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