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THu -H.uhi -XinlU-Hn.
MONDAY. MAY 17. 1H8C.
Stmr Likelike from Kalinin!
8tmrlwal.ini f rum Kiiuiii
tjchr Wnluiiilii from lloiiuinii
Bktnu Makali ficini Newcastle, K S AV
Am ship ISIehard III from Newcastle,
N S W
Am ship Kale Davenport from New castle,
N S W
Stnir Klnati for the Volcano ami Wind
Stmr Jus Makoc for Walmiacaud Kaput
at 12 nuon
Sehr Hob Kny for Koolnu
Sehr Millc Mori Is for Lanal
Sehr Ehitkid for Wuinltm
Sehr Hawaiian) for Koohm
Sehr Mnlolo for Lanpahoclioo
8tmr Likellkc for Kahulul
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Sehr Mary Foster from Kauai
U' II- J"ULl W!
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Mnokets
Bktue Morning Slur, Turner
Bktno Nclllu M Slade, Gould
ltktne Geo 0 l'eiklns, Aekcrmau
Bktnu Marv Wlukolninn, IJucKus
Ugtue W G Irwin, McCnllooli
Tein WS Bow ne, Paul
Ship Kate Davenport, llowland
Ship Blehard III
From Kahulul, per Like-like, May ICtli
Mis Chattel ton, E M Wulli, 0 11
Luut, II B Bally, E II Bailey, Mrs Wil
son, O 11 Willis, Mr Fugorson. Miss
Benson, J Williams, Miss Foibcs, J
Grimwiild anil CO deck.
From Kauai, per Iwalani, May ICth
J T. Waterliottse, Jr., Fred Wntei house,
Captain F Kibbling, J Kauai, Mr. Kao
liclc, Geo Titconib and wife, J Roberts.
Mrs Altniun, L A Scott, T Turner, 6
Chinese and 40 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalani 2,827 bags sugar, -JO bags
pin, 20 bags rice, 11 hides and 4
Stmr Llkellke 0,005 bags sugar and 120
The liktno Makali arrived this morn
ing 48 days from Newcastle with 400
tons of coal.
The ship Kate Davenport, Captain
llowland arrived (IiIb morning from
jlewcastlo with 1,080 tons of coal to
Irwin S. Co.
The Iwalani was cleaned on the
Marine Hallway this A M.
Stmrs Llkelike and Iwalani sail to
morrow at 5 i" m ou their respective
Sehr Anna arrived at this port on the
Otli via Ililo, with 150 tons of coal for
Sehr Halcyon arrived on the 0th with
450 tons coal for the Hawaiian Commer
cial it Sugar Co.
Sehr Anna sailed Saturday morning
the ICth Inst., with full cargo of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A co A I. day about 3,800 tons of it
arrived this morning.
II. B. M. S. Trium ph sailed this
morning for Esquimaiilt, B. C.
Mu. Lyons tolls clwter oak chests
at Mr. .T.Nott's to-morrow at noon.
completion of Friday's Legis
proccediugs is on the fourth
Messrs. C. K. Bishop it Co. re
ceived $20,000 in American gold coin
by the barkontine Mary Winkelman
Important articles, including a
sketch of Professor Audcioon, have
been crowded out of this issue by
crush of other matter.
Thk barkentino Makali has been
churted by llackfold it. Co., to load
sugar for San Francisco. The ships
Kato Davenport and liicluud III will
probably be charted by tho tame ii.ni
to load for tho Co.ist-
Wiikn niaeadaiiii.ing King htreet,
between the Opera IIoiiko and A la Lea
street, tho load and bide-val' wcro
made about a foot higher than for
merly and in conscquenco tho lower
iloor of tho house of Engine Co. No.
1 is considerably lower than tho
stiuot. So it has been proposed that
the building be raised about 3 feet,
which will givo a slight decent to the
engine when coming out.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :30. Following is the
Overture Belisarlo Donizetti
Clarionet .Solo I'olaeca Tiers
Waltz The Cloister Pi out
Selection Marco Vlsconti Pel re I la
Ka Ipo Lauac (Kiss Me Darling) by
Bcmlnlscences of the War, by request
Waltz Spanish Students. ...Waldlcufd
Cornet Polka The Fust KUs..Neuinau
March Mahlua Malamalama. ...Bciger
THE WARNER PRIZE.
Mr. K. J. Keissling, of Hamburg,
takes the $200 "Wurner prize for the
best essay on "Ituddy Sunsets."
My recent antagonist iu the columns
of the Daily Buii.ktin, Honolulu,
tho Rev. Sereno K. Bishop, takes
the 3rd prize of 850. I congratulate
the Ilev. Mr. Bishop on his success.
Nearly all tho authois contributing
papers took tho ground that foreign
matter in the upper atmosphere is
the true eause, but they are very far
from agreed as to the bourco from
whence it came. "The rapid motion
ol tho Kiakatoa dust westward," is,
nccordiug to 1'iof. Kirkwood, "still
unexplained." falter II. buiith,
in Huntingdon (Can.) Advocate,
Mr. "Walter II. Smith, iu the
Huntingdon ( dm. ) Advocate,
wilU's: The ecliptiu conjunction of
the sun ami moon was accompanied
oniMaiclio, G and 7 with volcanic
nelivity, shocks of earthquake nml
the extinction of theflre in the crater
of the volcano Kilauen in tlic Ha
waiian Isles. There wns un earth
quake in Southern Italy on March
Alh, and Mount Etna, in Clclly, wns
iu active uiuplion on March Cth.
Simply coincidences, say the know
nothings ; colncidenlcauseaud effect,
IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE.
Our adveitlslng columns contain
announcements of three important
auction sales of real estate, etc., to
be held in Honolulu on Monday the
2-1 tli instant, by Mr. J. Lyons. The
first is a lease of laud and premises
iu Honolulu back of the Chinese Y.
M. C. A. building, and near the
corner of Foitand lieretnnia streets.
The second is nrnlunlilc ranch, with
stock included, on Maul, known as
"The Hnleakala Iinnch ;" containing
over U2,000 acies of land in fee
simple, and including GOO head of
cattle, 4,f)00 head of sheep, and 85
horses. This property is offered at
an upset bid of $50,000. The third
is also on Maui, and adjoins the
ranch utiove named. It consists of
1,500 acies of fine sugar and graz
inu lands. These sales, particularly
the two latter, pieseut an unusual
opportunity for the Investment of
A SHIPWRECKED CREW.
My the ship Kate Duvenpoit, which
arrived this morning from New
castle, N. S. W., came the crew of
tlic Norwegian barkJosarfcrcr, burnt
at sea. The Josarfcrer left New
castle, N. S. V., March 20th, with
coal for Honolulu. On the morning
of April l'lth smoke and steam were
seen to issue from the ship's hold,
and when the main hatch was opened
dense volumes of black smoke came
out. The Captain (Stoesen) and
crew worked hard for nine days to ex
tinguish the fire but were finally forced
to abandon the ship which on the
9th night of the fire, became one
mass of flames. The crew of eleven
were at sea in small open boats for
nine days and were short of provi
sions. On the morning of tlic 10th
day the bark Jas. S. Stone, from
Honolulu for Hongkong, hove in
sight, and took the Norwegian
sailors on board. The Stone after
wards met the Davenport bound for
Honolulu, and transferred the crew
On Monday, Dr. Arning of Hono
lulu, who has been making a tour of
Maui, arrived in Kahului from
Un tin .
Tho Doctor was accompanied by
Father Santer and Mr. Irvine, of
Ilima. They travelled by way of
Hnleakala, and explored tho mighty
chasm on its summit, where thoy
became enshrouded iu a dense fog,
from which it was impossible to
emerge, and the travellers had an
cnfoiccd stay of a whole day iu the
darkened recesses of this former
abode of Vulcan, endeavoring to
get a hazy idea of the cardinal
points of the compass. When at
length th" veil was lifted, and the
topography ofthesu rounding coun
try became more clearly defined,
thu pi'rty were enabled to descend to
tho haunts of men.
Dr. Arning is an enthusiastic
iintiquar'.a 1 and botanist, being in
fact a keen observer of all that is
rare fid beautiful in nature and
art, and lie brings with linn several
sculptured "Dianas," as evidences
of the idolatrous proclivities of the
ancient Hawaiians, which wore pic
senled to him by Father fc'anter.
Before leaving, Iao Valley was
visited, tho party being augmented
on that occasion by Mr. P. Mondt
and J no. II. SteUing, of Kahului.
Tho "Needle" was photwgiaphed,
and several other views taken, by
Dr. Arning, who is no tyio in
Dr. Arwing returned to town
Wednesday afternoon by the Dow
sett. POLICE COURT.
Satuuday, May 15th.
Kakea, diunkcnness, $G. Ah
Chung, arraigned on Friday for im
porting opium, pleaded guilty, and
was sentenced to-day, to pay a fine
of 8250 and $3, with imprisonment
nt bind labor 4 months, and tho
opium confiscated to the use of the
Monday, May 17th.
Albert Bray, disturbing quiet of
tho night, $10. Pulu, $10, and
Kaipo, &(J, for drunkenness. Wong
Mung, having opium iu possession,
$53 and hard labor 15 days.
Laiiaisa, May 11, 188C.
Mi:ssns. Ali.i:n & Roiiinson,
Dear Siks: In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to state
that we tested lately both tho Hawa
iian nnd the California Lime 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 a considerable saving.
It furthcrmoie docs not coat our
pipes and drum so much as the Call
lornia Lime and should therefore bo
used in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime has to bo
slacked in hot juice in order lo use it
PlCTUUE Frames fc Cornices made
to older, old Frames repaiied, rcglld
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
AT n special mectliigof the Hawaiian
Carriage Mtinulncliiiliu! Co. held
this day, E. a. St'HUMAN wn elected
Secretary and Tieasuicr in nlaeo of
n-s-Dou it i Landed !
Scc'ry Haw.n Cirri mo Manl'g Co. 1 U U.O U JJCWLLU.UU. i
Honolulu, May 3rd, 1880. 318
Notice of Sale.
In accordance with a power of sde
contained in a ccrtatti mortgage made
by Benjamin B. Mury to the Trustees of
the Estate of Lunalilo, dated Sept. IS),
18H1, and recorded Iu the KegWtry ol
of Deeds in Honolulu, in Hook 70, un
pages 150 nml lft7, mortgaging llintcer
tnln lease from I). W. I'liuahl to G. W
Muecy reeoided in said Kcgutry, iu
Book'ftl, on pages il3 and 04, duo notice
having been given ol intention lo fore
elose said nioitguge fur condition
broken. By order of the said Mori
gxgecs, I shall sell the s.ild
Mortgaged Lease & Premises
at public miction, at my saleroom in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock m.,
On MONDAY, May 34tli,
Tho Premises to be sold consists of a
LEASH having 5J vears to run at an
annual tental ot $5;"of a LOT 1(W x CO
feet in -Izo. back ot tln Chinese Y. M.
CJ. A. Building, near the corner of Fort
and llerctaiiiu Strict.
There re 'A Collates and out.hiucs
on the picmlsc, ami room for several
moie Cottages to lm erected. The lot I
connected by lanes with both Fori and
llerclania slteets. All of the Cottages
are now occupied by tenants.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
. A. Tnuusiox, Ait'y for Mortgagees.
Honolulu, May 14, lS-'O. 2a 8t
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just received, per Zealun.
din, and for sale by
AXA3IS &c CO.,
Queen Street. lm
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing ADnt.
42 Merchant St., Honolnln.
My most faithful attcn'ion will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of the
R0 uov.'rnl T"lnnd of 'Mc grun. Py
HAVING I'een appointed by the Su
prcnie Couit the guardian- of the
person and estau- of JOHN BODKI.LO,
found by the Court to lie incapable of
taking earc of himself, all persons at o
he.eby warned agaliibt having any deal
ings with the said John lioln-lln, nnd all
pai lies having any claiint against him
are hereby untitled to present the same
to J. Ilyinan, and all parllet owing the
i-iid John ltobello are requested to
settle with J. Uyman aforesaid.
M. A. GONSA.IVKS,
Honolulu, April 20, lfiitl. 312 lm
ANYONE who is willing to pive nny
tii-slstanre lo tlsosn who suffered by
the fire of the 18th day of April, 1880, is
hereby eoidlully invited to Fend his
dotmtiou to the Hon, 8. M. Damon,
Treasuier, and notily W. C. Achi, the
Hecrclarv, for notice in newspapers.
II. B II. LU.IUOKALAN1, Pie-.,
II WATKHHOUhB, Esq., Vice.Pres.
HON.S. M DAMON, Treasurer,
W.O. ACHI, Secretary.
HON. JNO. L. KAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KKAU,
KKV.T. WAI.V.MAU. 317 If
Notice to tho Public.
JK. WISEMAN, proprietor of the
Central Cigar Stand, on Merchant
Htrct, begs to inform the public that he
bus secured tho services of Mr. F.
IIILDEH, formerly at H. J. NclUi'g
Restaurant, who will take exclusive
chargo of my Cigar and Tobaieo bland,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, ho trusts, will bo appieclatcd by
the general community. Orders lroin
tho other islands will be promptly at.
teudeil to. Patronize Mr. P. Milder, who
is a thorough judge of a good unoker's
11061 m J. E. WISEMAN.
Q 7!i 1(K)
(3 100 100
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Bon,
Inter.lsland S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agilcultiiral Co.,
Wlhlei's Steamship Co.,
O. Hrewer & Co.,
Walliiku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hrokei.
33 Merchant Street. 131 )y
JIIETIEUY respectfully notify my
IiIcikIh and tlic public In general,
Ibiit 1 1 ave n mined u) buslin" to 'he
lliwulniii Oitilugc M inuf.ictuiitig (o.,
where I can t,o found to uttend to my
customer as umuiL Soliciting n on.
tiuuaiiLC of their patronage, and thank,
log the public for past favors,
I nm, most sincerely vours,
E O. SCHUMAN.
Honolulu, April 2ii, 188'1. 'Mi lm
Bx bark James B. Stone,
For sole In lots to suit and at
Lowest Market Hates.
O. BREWER & Co.
WOLFE & CO.
A Woman's Mm ami
.Aw Voleo l'rom ..luntrln.
Near the village of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lite .Maria Haas, an In
telligent and Industrious woman, wlios-e
story of physical sullering and nual re
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
she say", " in the work of u large farm
house. Over-work brought on sick
headache, followed by n-deathly faint
ing aud ieknei!t of the stomach, until I
wai unable to retain either food or
drink. I was compelled to take to my
bed lor several weeks. Gating a little
better from rest and quiet, I sought to
do mjiiio work, hut was soon taken with
a pain in my side, which in n little
while seemed to spread over my whole
boilv, and throbbed in my every limit.
This was followed by a cough and
shortness ot breath, until Dually I could
not sew, and I took to my bed for the
second, nnd, as 1 thuught, for the last
time. My friends told e that my lime
had neatly come, and that I could not
live longer than when the tiers pill on
llielr grt.cn ueemoie. Then 1 lumpen,
cd lo get one of the Seigct pamphlet".
I read it, and my dear mother bought
me a hotile of belgel's Syrup, which I
took exactly according to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of It be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My last illness began Juno i, lb8i, anil
continued to Auuust Dili, when 1 began
to talte the Syrup. Very soon I could
do a little 1 ght work. The couch left
me, and I was no more troubled in
I) cathiug. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I ami I cannot ex
piess gratitude enough for Scigel's
Syrup. Now I must t-ll you that the
tloelois iu our ilWmiA UuUuul luuul.
hills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby inllu.
eneed lo destroy tlie Seigel pamphlets;
but nw, wheiever one is to be found, ii
is kept like a relic. The few picscrved
are borrowed to read, and I have lent
mine lor six miles mound our distiict.
People have come eighteen miles lo gel
mu to buy tho medicine for them, know,
ing thai it eurtd me, and to he sine to
get the right kind. I know a woman
who was lookini: like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
bat none cnuld help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, mid wrote the name
down lor her thai she mlglu make no
mistake. She took my advico and the
Syrup, and now she is in perfect health,
and the people around us are uuuted.
Tho medicine has made such progress
ill our ucighborhoid that people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. Suffcreis from
gout who weio cuiiliued to their bed and
could baldly move a linger, have been
cuied liv it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some water, and was in lied live
years with costiveness and rhuimnlic
pains, and had to hao an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surrounding distiicts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, hut every oue ciossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little boll rang which Is
rung in our place when 6oineliody is
dead, we thought surely it was for htr,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now shu is as laallhy as any.
body, goet lo church, nnd can work
even in tho fields. Everybody was as.
mulshed when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been In
bed. Today she adds her gratitude to
mine tor God's meicies aud Seigel's
Syrup. Maiiia Haas."
The people of England speak contirm.
ing the above.
A.rtor flluuy Years.
"Whlttle-lu-Woods, near Charley,
"Dear Sir, .Mother Seigel's mcdiclno
sells exceeding well with us, all thai try
it speak highly in its favor. We had a
case of a young lady that had lioeri trou.
bled many years with pains after eating.
Shu tells us that the paius were entirely
takon away after a few doses ot your
mediclnr, Yours truly, E. Pkki.."
.After Hovcral Years.
"Stoke Fern , January Otli, 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Slegel's
Syrup for several years, aud have found
it a most ctlicacloiiB reinidy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too lilgliiy in us nraise 1 re.
main, yours trul, Harilctl King."
A.fter Hlacteon Years.
"05, Ncvgatu Slicet, Worksop, NotU,
"December 20th, Ib8,l.
"Gentlemen, It is with thoguatest
of pleusure 1 accord my testimony a to
tho elllcaey of Mother Seigel's hyrup.
My wife, who has buffered from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, is now
perfectly better through thu slo help
of your Syrup. 1 have sent pounds iu
medicines from doctors in tact, I he
gan lo think hhu was Incurable, until
j,our marvellous medicine was triul.
I remalu, yours, ihanktully,
JX consequence of having been burned
out I bej! to notify my fi lends and
the public Iu general, that 1 have re
moved to IOC Nutiiuiuttrcet, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at nil hours, a before.
322 lm THOMAS MULDOON.
By order of L. A. Thurston and Mrs.
II. U Alexander, ndminl-dratnr and ad
minixlmtrlx of tho Estate of ( li. Alex,
tinder, decead, acting limit r order of
sale of the Suprem Court, I will sell at
public auction, at my Salesroom in Ho
MONDAY, May 21, 1880,
At 12 o'clock, noon, all of that cer
tain property known as tho
situate in Makawao and Kuta, Maul,
cousin ing of the lands of
KALIAI.INUI, roiilalnlng 10.HH8 acres,
1'ULKUUNUI niauka, containing II,.
AAI'UEU 1 and '.', containing 08 acres,
Total, 32,071 acros, more or less,
The Lands arc. atl In fee simple, and
title Is perfect.
The Ranch Stock
600 hoad or Cattle, moro or less,
4,500 head of Shcop, moro or less,
85 Horses, moro or less,
A portion of the Innd is wooded, sup
plying an abundance of firewood.
A poition of the hind not at present
necessary for carrying on tlic ranch Is
rented out, bringing in an annual rental
'I he lands extend from Maalaca Hay,
ineludiii",' fishing right, to the top of
ilalcakaia, nnd are hounded on one side
by the Von Tcnipsky and Goodness
ranches and on tho other side by
Sprtckclsvillc, W. II. Hoiley's ranch, the
East Maul Slnck Coiupaii)'s ranch
(lirowciN) and Haikmuka.
'1 he soil Js In great part rich and fer
tile, and tlic pasture for stock excellent.
The land nnd stock will bo sold as a
whole, being put up nt an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms are: $25,000 cash, the balance
to be paid in eipial installments iu 1,2,
!l, 4 and 5 years, secured by tlrst inort
gage upon the preml-rs sold, nnd lm.
movements heieaftcr placed thereon.
Interest at the rate of 8 er cent, per
annum, free of taxe, payable semi-annually.
Principal nnd interest payable
in United Statu gold coin. Deeds at
expense of puir.haser.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
E5jT Maps of tho land can be seen,
and full particulars obtained at tho
oillce of L. A. THURSTON, 88 Mer.
chant street. &!t
Uy order of Mr. W. II. Comwcll, I will
sell, at public auction,
On MONDAY, May 24tli,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for account of Es
tate of Heuiy Cornwcll, deceased, that
certain tract of land known us PULE
HUNUI MAKAI, adjoining Pulehimul
Mnul.a, belonging to thu Hnleakala
Ranch, estate of ('. II. Alexander, dc
ceased. This property Is bounded on
the west by the Hawaiian Commercial
Company's cane lleUN, and extending
from thu Walliiku common'- to Maalaca
liny, containing over 1 ,600 acies of the
finest sugar and gruzlng lands ou the
Island if Maui. Ou thu side adjoining
thu cane tlehls a new wire fence has re
eenllv been built. '
TERMS OV SALE One-third cash;
lull. nice at 0 and l'J months, at 8 percent.
A map of thu property can be seen Jat
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
WE LEAD !
Others Follow !
XI' You TVant
Fine Ice Cream,
CA1CEH uad CA.NJlJ3tel,
XI 113 ISLIXE
Ice Cream Parlors
85 Ilutel Street, near Fort.
Ol'K.V DAILY U.NTII. 11 P.M.
Mutual 83S, -u (313) t&T Bell 182.
Queen St., neM Unlit tin Oll'ce
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
lloi-hes bdiinled by the
"i' tlav. week, or month,
Horses Clipped. W Telcplionrf 18t.
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday Evening, May 22nd,
'&jtit$!'iiit'ft' ' "'' - i
Plan opens Tuesday morning, 1) o'clock, at J. E.
"Wiseman's office. 330
79 k 81 Kil Street
JEiitrmieoH lVom ICluir
Every description of work in the nboe lines performed in a lirst-clas manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST Bell Telephone, JG7. - (327 ly) t3T Hell Tcleplmnr, 107 &l
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Tho Flour we arc at present supplying is far superior to any previously ollered,
nnd can be made into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at less expense tnan nny other fitiinaecoiis pfepaii'ilous.
l!lgiy i.innu-ndiil by phya'clanc " mi 1'ivaliii'bln dlci lr persons sutler,
ing from uihordeted stomach or bowels, as wult as u uuiiUtous food fur tin; liuvllhy.
For Sale ty all 5rioceiS5.
DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING POI. I also the deMred amount of Hour and
mix veiy ihiu wl.h cold a."r, being sine theie are no lump, t online this in a
bag or cloth mid place in a hotile of boiling water, and let It continue to boll 1J
to 'i hours, uecoiding lo quantity used, cue being laht-n to p. nee a pbro of per.
foiatcd tin at the bottom of llic'kelllo -o a to pieveut the riolh tioin burning.
When done (while wm in) stir with a stout t.puoii. ndt.i , a liulu walet until the
whole is well mixed. Let t'tii stand horn live to t-' .'oms 'I hen add -water In
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and kue.idiug uiiill ..ie desired consblcncy is
olitained. Owing to its purity it lakes iroiii time to fourd.ijv to bernine acid or
sour. " HliS !lm
CHAS. HIJSTACE, GROCER,
King Stroot, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
New CS-oocIn, JTumfc K.eeoivecl,
KcgsFamllv Ucef; kegs and halt bbls. l'ig I'ork; Katern Hloek Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Oi Tonutiea; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Heef; llnneit Cliieken; Uupee
Hams nnd llacon;" Ocnuinu M tple Syrup; C.ila Stai Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; J'tms; Jellies; Honey, iu ghiis anil tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Chee.-e; Uermca, and a
General Awtiiicut of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
P. O. Box ZiVf-i. Telephone llO.
II. F. Dili.inoiiam,
Presideut and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.luiitctl, Nurt'CHMoi-H lo ItllUitBlium A Co, and Nuuiuel .Vott.J
GOOD NIGHT "
Preiii Safety Kerosene 0il,---15(r
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent,
Wllffci's Steamship Agent,
Great Uurlingtoii ltailioad Agent
Honolulu, April 10, 188U
ncrsons me hereby cautlonrd
f not lo trust mv son. IIAItltY
MeOHESNEY, as I will not pay bills of
his coiitracilng without my written
order. II. N. McCHLSNEY,
of the North.
Old Rose Premises.
mid MM;huiit S(h.
& TAR6 CO.
-Us. U. SrRNCKH,
Bccretnry ami Treasurer.
ESTALIrtHED:i87. Tolephoao 172.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Ilroker,
Manager Hawaiian OpeinHouso,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
rpilE undersigned has moved into tho
L oillce of Mr. J. K. Wisemnn, where
ho will, be prepared to furnit.li houc.
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo
Chinese interpiellug, and a gineral
business. (61) Om) SOYONG.
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