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(,'ontimwil j)wn pdjii C.
as n bank, but the Minister of In
terior buhl that was just what tlio
Govcrninrnt had been doing. Thoy
(the Opposition) would not cull it u
bank', but something in t lie Bhapo of
u bank. Ho far as ho could see the
treaty was good, but why it should
be kept from the Assembly hu did
not understand. The fact of the
matter was the consideration of the
Appiopriation Iiill at this stage of
the session was rather premature.
Kvory attempt made to postpone it
seemed to have been iqmrded as an
attempt to defeat the Ooveriiiiient.
He moved this item be postponed
until the Minlstiy gave further ex
planations. There was nothing to
explain it on the face of the bill.
Minister Neumann hoped the
house would bear with him for about
four minutes and a half. The lion,
member for Wallitku had said that
no treaty but needs to be ratillcd by
Hep. Castle stated that the Attorney-General
had said as much as
that this particular treaty was not
necessary to be lalilled by the house,
but that the house was bound by
Minister Neumann stated that lie
said when the ticaty was made it
hud full force. It was only where
a treaty changed the tariff or a law
of the kingdom that it required to
lie ratified. While he did not say
that it was not necessary to ratify
all treaties, yet he said that this
treaty docs not change a tariff or
any 'law of the kingdom. They
would sec by the correspondence
that when it was asked if goods be
longing to immigrants would be ad
mitted fice, the answer was made
that the pioposal would have to be
submitted to the Legislature. He
did not say that tho members who
opposed this item, and then came
gradually to allow it, acted from
unworthy motives. lie objected to
the lion, member for Lihuc saying,
when he (Mr. N.) was a Bervant of
the Hawaiian people, that he took
Jus cue from any other Government.
It was simply a matter that the Ha
waiian Government could have ac
cepted or could have lcfused. lint
it was a point that was so simple in
a question of such impoitance, that
he thought the matter could be
yielded without any detriment, lie
was satisfied, from his acquaintance
with both the members for Lihuc and
'for Wniluku, that they approved of
ithe action of the Government on this
iimmigration matter. So that it
would be unjust to attribute to him
self or to any other member of the
Hawaiian Government a desire to
listen to the promptings of any
other Government except as their
judgment dictated. But lie claimed
that all that had been condoned by
the consent of the lion, member for
Lihuc to support this item. That
gentleman reminded him of a story
told of a very exemplary man othci-'
wise, but who was always (hiding
fault in his lifetime. 'When he got
-to heaven and was asked if lie was
not .content now, he replied, "Well,
I don't know ; my halo does not lit
one." f Laughter.
The item passed.
Salary of Collector-General.
Salary of Deputy Collector
.Salurv of Hiiibor Master, Oaliu..
Salary of Statistical Clerk
3Iinistcr Kapcua, in reply to a
question by 31 r. Castle, as to why
only 84,1500 was expended of the
Deputy Collector's salary last period,
said he did not know.
Salary of Poit Suiveyor, Oahu.. .s:i,i00
Hep. Pachaolc moved to amend to
Minister Kapcna moved the item
pass as in bill. The Collector Gen
eral's report baid the work was in
creased, and recommended a rise in
Eep. Dole said there was a state
ment there that olllccrs refused to
give their undivided attention to the
duties unless there was an increase.
In that case they should be dis
charged at once. lie noticed it was
the custom of the civil service here,
iviien a public servant showed in
competence, to promote him, but it
was time such an untenable position
Minister Kapena hoped the item
would pass. In the Ilawaiinn ver
sion the Collector General said the
work had increased and that the
'officers had prevented a gicat deal
of smuggling. There had been thir
teen til rests, and the seizures bad
amounted to S2f),000.
Eep. Thurston said this was sim
ply tx renewal of piopositions con
stantly coining up, and they should
stop it. The oillcers got half of the
value of the opium they seized.
Every now and then the newspapers
told of an ofllcer seizing a quantity
of opium, which meant that he got
half tho value of it. Hotter for tliein
to increase the salaries of some
pooily paid oillcers in the country
Eep. Dickey 6ald the report show
ed a decrease in customs revenue
of about 110,000 in the two years,
and in view of that falling off he
did not seo how the work could be
increasing. lie told the stoiy of
the camel getting from his nose to
his whole body into tho tailor's shop,
and warned tho house against letting
the camel's nose of extravagance
get into the Appropriation Hill.
The amendment carried.
Salaiy of Stoickeepcr 61,000
Eep. Dickey moved to amend to
$3,000, tho same as last period.
Eep. Uiown supported the amend
ment, especially as there was an
assistant in the bill, which there was
. .jjot last year,
The nijiondhionl ourvUdi
Salary of Altnut Stmckccper. 82.J00
Eep. Thurston moved it be struck
out, on the same grounds as those
on which the other items had been
Minister Kapcna hoped the item
would pass, nsthcie was more work
than one man could do, and the
storekeeper had paid for help out of
his own pocket.
Noble Bishop, after further dis
cussion by Heps. Dole and Dickey,
said lie was favorable to reduction
of salniies, yet as this olllcc might
be necessary, he moved to defer
action until members had more In
formation. Minister Neumann sec
onded the motion.
Eep. Dole that the committee of
the whole recommend this item lie
referred to a special committee of
two, which carried over an amend
ment by Eep. Haysclden that it be
rcfeired to the Finance Committee.
Salary of Second Statistical Clerk $3,000
Salary of thlul Statlstielc Cleik 82,400
Eep. Brown said this was a new
Eep. Eichardson moved it be re
ferred to the special committee of
two. Cariied. !
Salary of Knlry Clerk 811,000
Eep. Thurston moved $2,400,
same as last period. Carried.
Salary of Second Knlry Cleik.... .40Q
Eep. Dickey moved $2,000, but
withdrew his motion on Minister
Neumann saying the services of the
two cleiks were equal.
The item passed.
Salary of Collector, Kaliului 4,000
Eep. Thurston moved 83,000,
same as last period. Carried.
Salary of Collector, Illlo 83.C0O
Eep. Thurston moved $3,000.
Eep. Kaulukou moved it pass as
in bill. The business at Ililo had
The i educed figure carried.
Salary of Collector, Mahukona.. 811,000
Hep. Castle moved to reduce to
Salary of Collector, Kawaihac.... 8300
Eep. Castle moved S100. Scarcely
ever u vessel goes tlieie.
Minister Neumann Perhaps the
collector prevents opium smuggling.
Eep. Dickey He gets half.
SI 00 carried.
Salary of Collector. Koloa 8200
Eep. Castle moved $100, which
Salaiy of Collector, Kealakekua.. 8200
Eep. Castle moved 8100, which
Salaiy of Port Sun oyor, Kaliului 82,400
Eep. Thurston moved 82,000,
Salaiy of Port Surveyor, Illlo. . . 81,800
Sala.'y of Keeper Steamer Ware
house 81 ,200
Minister Kapena, in answer to
Eep. Thurston, said this oillcer kept
tho lover steamer warehouse, which
was used for storage of sugar when
the others weie full. The same
man had held the olllcc at the same
salary for several years.
Noble Walker moved the item be
referred to the special committee of
two. Can icd.
S.iUry of Kreper Kerosene Ware
Hep. Dickey moved to reduce to
$1,200, same as last period.
Hep. Dole said in 1882 it was
$180, in 1881 it was raised to
$1,200, a very good salary.
Eep. Kaulukou moved to reduce
Assistant Guauls at all Ports. . . 820,000
Eep. Dole moved to defer the
item till the Finance Committee
have reported on it. Carried.
CiiMom House !oat SI, 200
Incidentals Custom House Iiu-
l can 5,000
Hep. Eichardson moVcd the com
mittee rise and repott progress.
The Assembly on resuming heard
the report of the chairman of com
mittee of the whole, which on motion
of Eep. Blown was adopted.
The President appointed, as the
committee of two requested, Eep.
Dole and Minister Kapena.
Eep. Kalua moved, it being 5
o'clock, that the Assembly adjourn
till 10 o'clock to-morrow. Carried.
Tho rille match at tho Casino
range last Saturday, botween teams
of ti from II. 1J. M. S. Tiiumph and
the Hawaiian Kiflo Association, was
closely contested and very interest
ing. "The wind was pietty strong
and unsteady. Tho shooting was
remarkably good, especially bv tho
Tiiuiuph's team. Tlueo oftFioII.
1L A.'s best shots made eacli a miss.
Tho attendance was good, and con
sisted chiefly of spoilsmen.
Tho Tiiuiuph's team imulo a total
score of 527, and the II. R. A. flOO
Tho individual bcores of tho
Triumph's team were: Collin 87,
MoPciinott !)!), Bartlctt 77, Cutler
8,r), Kado 91, Curtis 02. Total 527.
Tho individual scores of tho II. R.
A. were: Iliggins 87. Wilson, 85,
Ilingley 84, N'icoll 70, Unger 80,
BiodioOl. Total 509.
After the contest rofreshnients
weie served ut-tWo Casino, at the
oxneiibo of thu II, It, A,
This is the second inutcli between
those teams. In tho fust the IJ, R,
A. won by 211 points and in tho
second lost by J 8, which, putting
tho two mutches together, places
them 5 points ahead. ThoTiiuuipli
men say they have hud shooting
contests" at nearly every port of call,
and piououiico tho Honolulu team
tho best tliuy have met.
Tfiltr eH It 1 Lit rP-tttf r titt
TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1880.
Stmr Mokolll fiom Molokul
Stmt- Wahiiaiialo from Wnhnanalo
Ilk Ceylon from San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kaliului
Stmr Iwul mi f i uin Kauai
SchrMary Foster fiom Kauai
Stmr Mokolll forMolokd
III ' 11LJ
- 1 ' U-
Ilk Star of Devon, Mookets
liktne Morning Star, Turner
Hktnu Nellie M Slade, Gould
Bktnc Geo C 1'cikiiis Ackeimau
liktne Marv Wlukelinaii, Itackus
Ugtno W G Irwin, MeCulloeh
Tein WSUowne, Paul
Ship Kate D.ivcnpoit, How laud
Ship Klcluud HI
From Newcastle, per hktne Makah,
May 17th Harry Kinmett and .1 lirans
come. Fiom Newcastle, per ship Klclmrd
III, May 17th MM MaMlck and Mis
For Windward Pints, per steamer
Klntiu, May 17lh For Volcano: W K
MaeMlllim, J H White, II A Kraft and
II 11 Grime. l-'or nypoil: Mr S G
Wilder, Mis I,C Abies, GP Wilder, A
Wlliut, Iliother Thomas, Kcv I.lght
foot and wife, .1 N Jtoblnsoii, M Ship
man, J I. Wap-dell, C F Lewl, Miss
Law, S P Wood, C IC Stllhnan, wife,
child and infant, F. Lyean, DrT Iwal, J
Cooper, Mr Pun Is, J Eichardson and
From San Francisco, perbaikCevlon,
May 18th Peter Mllllken.
Thebaik Ceylon, Capt Calhoun ar
rived this morning, 18 days from San
Fr.inel-eo. She Inoiight 2 horses, 25,
000 bricks, 1,000 led wood post", 0S0
bales of hay, fi'JO sks of oats, 404,500
Fhingles, etc. She is consigned to
Mcosr. Allen &. Robinson.
At T.ihuc, 14th Inst., M Otto Pllugcr,
of Hiemen, Get many, aged 18 years.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Stkamkk W. O. Hall is due this
afternoon fiom Hawaii and Maui.
Two horses came by the bark
Ceylon this morning for Allen it
Messh. C. It. Biohop it Co. received
$,25,000 in U. S. gold coin by thebaik
Ceylon this morning.
A Diviunxn of -i-l per share is pay
able, at the oilieo of O. Brewer it Co.,
to the stockholders of Princeville
The rain of yesteiday afternoon
did not deter the Hoyal Hawaiian
Hand from playing at Kninia Squat c
Yr.STEitiMY Captain Pierce, in the
interest of the undenvriteis, surveyed
the damaged caigo that came hv the
Nellie M. Slade.
Mn. L. J. Levey's sales, under foio
closuio, announced for the HHh,havc
been uuiivoidablv postponed until
Wednesday the 2(itb.
Tin; Minister of Finance, lion.
John Kapcna, was suH'iciently ic
covercd fiom his late illness to be
ablo to attend the Legislature yestei
Harry Knimett and J. lhans
two aetois, ciimo by the bark
Makah yesterday from new
N. S. W. and aie viewing the
Mn. W. S. Lincoln has been awanl
ed tho contiacl for electing new brick
stoics for S. Magniu. Esq., on Nutt
uiiu street. The building will be two
story, and work will be commenced
early next week.
Nkwr came on Sunday, by the
Iwalani, of thu death, at Lihuc, on
the llth, instant, after u short illness,
of Mr. Otto Pllugcr, son of Mr. Fer
dinand 1'llugcr, formeily of Honolulu.
The deceased was only 18 yeais of
age, nnd came to this country in
November last fiom Bicmen.
As Dccot.ition Day falls on Mon
day this year, and Monday being a
busy day in Honolulu, the G. A. It.
h.ivo decided to observe the day on
the Satuiday preceding, the 29th in
stant. His Ex. Governor Dominis
lias consented to tho Volunteer Mili
tary Companies, with the Hoyal Band,
turning out on tho occasion, to escort
the G. A. H. to the graves of their
depaited comrades. Mr. Ciiiun will
preach a tcnnoii appiopriato to the
occasion next Sunday evening, in
Fort street Church, at which the G.
A. It. will attend.
Pictuue Fiaines it Cornices mado
to oider, old Frames repaired, legild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
A HANDSOME PRESENTATION.
A very interesting ceremony took
place yesterday in tho ollico of tho
Minister of Finance. Tho occasion
was a presentation fiom the Piesi
dent of tho United States to the live
Ilawaiians, Clmrlos Makai, David
Pau, Levi Siimoi, Joseph Aka and
George Maliiai, who, at tho poiil of
their lives, heroically rescued tho
Captain, olllcors and crow of lliu
Auierjcai) )nrkIobi)criiin, wiecked,
on thu littli Pucuuiber last, on thu
reef at Kaliului, Maui, There wore
ptesoiit His Excellency tho Minibter
of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency
Governor IJoiuinis, Hon, A. S,
Cleghoin, their ExculleuoicH Cluis.
T. Guliok, John M. Kapona and
Paul Neumann, His hxcolleuoy
IIon' 0u0l"1' W, Morilll, TJnllod
States Minister Resident tho Presi-
dent, Nobles and Keprpseutatives of
thu Legislative Assembly, Colonel
Clans Hpreckols and a number of
citizens. Tho presentation consisted
of silver medals and 820 gold pieces,
a medal and n coin to each man.
His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, addressed the men
in an eloquent speech, commenda
tory of their conduct. K'aeh medal
is inscribed on one side witli the
name of tho recipients, and the
wends "For humane services in reb
elling thu crow of tho baik Hes
perian, December Ifith, 18$f," and
on tho other side, with the words.
"Presented by the 1'icideut of the
United States." Tho men wen also
addiosscd in appiopiialu tonus by
His Excellency, tho Uniod Status i
Minister Eesident. (Jinnies Mnkai I
responded for the crew, saying that j
they had no oxpectation of reward,
but went to the rescue whun t hey
saw tho crow in disticss. The bravo
Hnwaiiaiis were rigorously Imnd-
slinkeii and congratulated hv tho
Laii.una, May 11, 1880.
Mkssus. Ai.i.kk & Itonixsox,
Stits: In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to state
that we tested lately both tho Hawa
iian and the California Limu 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 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 tcspectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime has to lie
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
"It would never do for the Senate
to attempt to conform to the eight
hour law," said De Wiggs the other
morning. "And why not?" asked
Le Diugs. "It would sometimes
compel Senator Evarts to break off
in the middle of a sentence."
Public speaker (to reporter)
"You told me that you took nil the
points I made in my speech yester
day, and here you have only got
two Hues, simply saying that I ad
dressed the meeting. Anil spoke at
least an hour." Heportcr "I as
sure you, sir, that every point you
made is in my report." ros,ton
Sarcastic wife "Coming home as
usual, I suppose?" Fond-of-staying-out-latc
husband "Yes, certainly."
"Well, put this letter in the mail in
the morning, and if you meet the
milkman tell him to leave two
A poet writes: "Why are the
spiiits thus concealed?" I low
thoughtless in him to think for a
moment that any sane man would
luiTO his spirits bottle lying around
loose in the same locality with a
thirsty poet. Yonkers Statesman.
A DIVIDEND of Four Dollars per
hhure on the stock of the Prince,
ville l'lnntation Is due ami payable to
the stockholders at the olllce of C.
Uiewer A. Co, l C. JON KS.
Treasurer Prlnreville Plant Co.
Honolulu, May IS, ISsO. ai 4t
The White House,
No. llSNuuauii street,
Nicely Furn lulled Hooiiin,
with or without hoard.
1131 ly MHS..IOS. VIEKHA.
"HESPHCTAULH (UHL for Keneral
house woik. No ronicl '. A only
to Mlto. CHKIOHTUN,
!10 Kletmid st., near itcn-taiiin st.
OF the whereabouts of MK. FHANK
LAWLOll, blcmu niaon. When
last heard from, was in Honolulu. Any.
one who can ghe the desiied informa
tion will confer a faor on
SO at 110 Kiiik street.
Base Ball Books, &c.
liusu Bull Guides for 188'),
PlnybiL' Enles ol Ihe National Lraetie,
Art of Hutting ai.d Hae Hunning,
Art of Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale at T.O. TIIHUMS.
Jubt received per recent arrivals, an ex.
cullcnt assortment of Hat Letter, Cap,
Demy, .Medium and Folio papcis fin
blank forms, or blank hook uoik. ALo,
Perfictlon Linen and Marcus Ward's
plate linish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior lo animal parchment lor pen
work or priming, and tough as leather.
JoSr Slatloneiy and Bindery onlers
faithfully attended to at
T. . TIIUILirs,
illtO lm 10U Fort street.
AFUHNIhHKI) HOUBK In Nuuanu
Avenue. Also, it rooms nuilablo
loi ulllccM at No. 12 Kaaliumanii street.
Apply at No. ICtl Nuiuuiu Aveiuic.
HOUBB mid Piemises lately occupied
by V. C. Peacock, on lleretimla
street. Possession given immediately.
For paitlculiirs, apiy to
2H liw .IQHN COL1IUHN.
to attend Harden work, clean
XX Horse and Jugg, ami ililve a
little. A good home nlicrnl, and $t() a
month. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
811 Qea'l Business Agiut.
1'ii'oWMi' Sp 'Oo.'ta
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Slilppeis will pie ii-c take notice that the
Henson, master, will load in BoMon for
ihN put la .HJl.Ynext.
Ka5" For further particular apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
liouolulu, May l. 1890. jillO tlw
Notice of Sale.
In neeoidiiuct with a power of snlc
contained lu it ccrinln mortg.igu made
by lli'tij'imln H Mney to the Trustees o
the Ksiate of Lutmlilo, dated Sept. Hi,
1881, and recorded in the Itculttiy ot
of Denis in Honolulu, In Hook 70, on
pne-t I fi't and l.7, mortgaging III it eer
lain lease fiom 1) W. Pnuidil to G. W
Macey reeoulid in said HeeUlry, In
Book fil, on pi ires 03 and (II, ibic notice
hating been given of intention to fore.
i'loe said niortcage lor conditions
broken, lly oitlei of ihe snld Mort
guides, I shall sell the said
Mortgaged Loaso & Premises
public miction, al
II 'Molullt, lit .
On MONDAY, aiuy 24 Hi,
The Premises to lie m.M consists of a
LH.SH having Mj yens to mn tit nu
minimi rental ot $Wi; of a LOT ins x (10
feet In si.e, buck of the Chinese Y. M.
C. A. Building, ne.ir thu corner of Fort
and lU'ietnnl.i Streets.
There urn !I Collates and ouuhouscs
on the premises, and room for several
nioiu Cottages to bu erected. The lot is
connected by bines with both Fort and
llerctauia stieets. All of the Cottages
are now occupied by tenants.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
L. A. TuuiisioN, Att'v for Mortgagees.
Honolulu, May !!, 18s. -Jrt til
By order of L. A. Tliuiston and .Mrs.
II. ( AlcMiedcr, iidmiiiNtrator and ad.
uiiniitialrixof Ihu FstaliMif ('. H.Alex,
under, deceased, acting under order of
sa'e of the Supreme Court, I will sell at
public auction, at my Salesroom in Ho
MONDAY, May 24, 1 880,
At 12 oVloek, nron, all of thai ccr.
tain pioperty known as the
situate in Maknwao and Kula, Maui,
oonsis iug of tho landb of
KAl.IALINUI, containing 1!),8S8 acres,
PULKHUNUf maiika, tontnlning 11,.
AAPL'KO 1 and U, containing 03 1 acres,
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
Thu Lands me nil in fee bhnple, and
title ih pirfect.
The Ranch. Stock
GOO bead of Cattle, moro or less,
4,500 bead of Sheep, moro or less,
85 Horses, moro or loss,
A pot lion of the laud is wooded
plying an aiiuuilnncc or llrewood.
A iiottlou of lite land not at present
necessary for carrying on the ranch Is
rented out, bringing in an annual rental
'I lie lands extend It om Maalaea Biy,
including llsldng right, to the lop of
llalcaluiln, and are bounded on oncide
by the Von Temp-ky and Goodness
ranelieo, and on the oilier side by
Kprecltelsville, W. II. Bailey's ranch, thu
Hast Maui Sfn-k Company's ranch
(brewer's) nnd Haiku.uka.
Tile soil Is in great part rich and fer.
tile, and the pistuie for stock excellent.
'Did html and slock will be sold as a
whole, being put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms aru: $''.",0fl0 cash, the balance
to lie paid in equal installments in 1, 2,
I), 1 and 5 years, si cured by Urol mort.
gage upon the pictures sold, and lm.
movements bereatier placed thereon.
Interest at the rate of 8 per cent, per
annum, fiee of taxi"', payable semi-tin.
mmlly. l'niKipal and interest payable
in United Slates gold coin. Deidoat
expense of pnieliiiser.
J. EYONS, AucL'r.
ZSf Maps of the land can be seen,
mid lull I'littiouliir- obtained at the
olllce of L. A. THURSTON, H8 Mrr.
I'liniil slieet. SUl
By older of Mr. W. II. G'ornwoll, I will
sell, at public auction,
On MONDAY, May 21th,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for account of Es
tate of Henry Cornwell, deceased, that
curtain tract of lund knowu as PULE
IIL'NLl MAKAI, adjoining I'ulehuiiui
Mauku, belonging to the Haleakala
Hnneh, e t.itii of V. 11. Alcxnndrr, Ue.
ccatcil. Tldfc property Is bouiiiled on
the Mitby the Hawaiian Commercial
CoinpanyV eiine lleliU, and clcnding
fiom the Walluku comiuons to Maalaea
Hay, containing over 1,000 acres of tho
llnest sugar and grazing lauds on tho
Island ot Maui. O.i the side adjoining
i ho liimo lields a new wire fence has re.
ceiillv been built,
Tl!lt.MS OF SALE OntMhlril cashj
I in lance at, II nnd lv! mon.lis, at 8 percent.
A map of the property can be been Jut
J. lA'ONS, Auctioneer.
Thursday Evening, V3ay S2nd,
Box Plan opens Tuesday
Blacksmitli "Work :
19 & 81 Kii Stat,
13nLitiiic'H 1'roiu ICinr il Ir.li:iit !-n.
Every descrlpllnn of work in the above lines performed in a llrst-ehii" manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
t3T .Rrll Telephone, Ki7. -Kn (:27 ly) " Hell Tclcjilmne. 107 -a
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour we arc at present supplying te far superior to any previously offered,
and Van lii'lniide Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
at le-s e.i ease than any other farhinecoiis pmvir.nloiw.
Highly reeomiiii'iideil by pliyhiciaiia as an inv.iltmblc iliei fi persons suller
Ing from ifiFoulercdstoiuneh'or houels, as well as a niiti Pious footl tor Hie healthy.
loi J5iilo ly iill Grocers.
DIHECTIONS KOH MAKING POL 'lake the dcired umniint of tlourand
mix very thin with cold wiUt, biing -lire tlieie aie no ) 11 )-. Conlino 1hl in :i
bag or cloth and plan in a kelile ol boiling waici. and 1 t-t it runllnue to lioll lVj
to yj- hours, laeotdiiig lo (inutility used, core being taken to p hit a piece of per.
foratcd tin at the bottom of thc'kettle o at to prevent ihe ciotb from binning.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout spoon, adding a little walei until tile
wliolii U well mixed. Lei this stand from live in i hours 'I lien add water lu
small quantities, mixing thoioughly and
Uwliijrlo Its purltv il talies
CHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
IN eve Goods, .insfc 3K.ccci"rotl,
Kecs Family liief; kegs and half bills. Pig Pork; Euxtcrn Hloek OodlMi; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tonguci; Lunch Tongues. Smoked Ueef, Jloned Ublnl'.en; Hupeu
Hams and Ilaeon; t.cnuinp Muple syrup; Cain St.ii l)ris, Preh New Oilcans
Molasses; Jains; Jellies; Honey, in gluw and tins; Xo. l Flour; AVheni, Mild
Cheese; Uermca, and a
General Animciil of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful at lent urn and prompt dclHiry.
I?. O. IJox rtTii. 'lVleplioue 1 li.
11. F. DlLl.lNOIIAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company
Limited, huoocHNors tii Illllni;liiiiii A Co, nutl Niiinnel Aolt.)
" GOOD lVIH3CrJ? "
Premium Safely Kerosene Oil 150"
Recommended by Ihe New York Board o( Underwriters.
G-eneral Business Agent.
Wihfer's Steamehln Airent,
(real Burlington Haibo.id
Honolulu. April 10, issii.
LL pcrMUis aie hereby cautioned
not to it list m son. H.HH
McOHKSNKV, as 1 will not pay blll-u.f
his coutiucilng without my wrilten
order. H. N. McCHKSNEV.
of the North.
morning, o'clock, sit 7. E.
01A Eosb Prsmises,
k TAEO GO.
kneading until tint dc-drul consilium y is
irom tnree lo lour ilaj" lo ncemno nciit or
ill i :im
Jas. U. SriCKit,
Seerelnry nnd Treiurir.
Honolulu, 11. I.
Cu-tom House broker,
Manager Havtulhm OpeinJIIouse,
I'ir.yindiUfe lunirance Agent.
TAiiLi " ' . rij j.i-j'a!
E JIP LO YMBNT OFFI OE,
rl',llK niiderslgntd has moved into tlie
JL olllce of Mr.. 1. H. 'Wuemaii, win re
ho ill be prepared to furui'.li hemic,
bold sctviiuu, collect hilb, do Anglo.
Chlneo intcrjireting, and a general
business. (,5'J Cm) SOYON'U.
i&&ji Jkki'.Liitai 't.ii