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1w SnUji SaUUiiw.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. 188G.
SchrManuokawal fioni rmmlutt
Schr Nutllf Merrill fioiii I.nhuluu
Schr J.lhultliu ftom ICiimil
Stmr MoL'olll for Molokul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llglnu W 0 trwln fur Sui Fiimeeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
JlkSlnrof Devon, Meckel
Jtktuu Mnrnlni: Star. Tinner
Hklne Nellie M Slittle, Gould
llktni! Geo C 1'erMns, Aekorinun
UktuuMurv Wlukcliuiiu, IluuUim
llgtiiuW G liwln, McUulloch
Torn V S Jimvnu, l'uiil
Ship Kntu Dnveiiporl, lluwluuil
Ship ltlcliard 111
From wludwnid pint, pur steamer XV
G Hall, May 18th l-'iom Volcano: II M
Muling, l'rom way pint: Jit Hcv
JlMiop of Honolulu, Mrs A WHIN, Kev
Stephen L Desha, Major XV II Cornwell,
Kev Katlicr K Sohulto, A F Hopke, A
HarncH, J S Unions and wife, Mr Akau.
wife ami ehlid, Mih 0 X Spencer, Mrs J.
1) Spencer and child, .Jos llynun, A
Hinges, .Julian Moiiuriat, George 11
Kobeitnn, M K Sylui, Mr Apo and 101
For ICahuliil. Maul, per Mcniuer I.lke
llkc. Mitv 18th lion. MV ICunl, Hon .r
V Kiiliui mid wire, OM llredhoff, XV V,
Ityewutcr, MisMnller, 11 It Halluy and
about 70 deck.
Kor Kiiunl and Nllliuu, per steamer
Iwnktnl,Muy 18th Alex Young, Si 0
II While, Dr G Martin, Miss l.lzlo Ku
onnhl,.J K Kalllull, Aug Dielr, Miss
Aukal, Mm V F Kalllull, V II Klee, Mr
PJlnger and 101) deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr XV G Hall 7.800 bag sugar, 159
bags una, 111 bags colfee, i;j hides,
1 horse and 103 packages Hitntli ic-.
LUCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik Hillus drill this evening.
OllAH. McCarthy's baseball club
practises daily at tho ICsplanade.
The icgiilar nionthly meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. will bo held on Thurs
day evening, ut half-past 7 o'clock.
Tin: icgiilar meeting of Mystic
Lodge No. 2 K. of 1'. will be held
hereafter on Wednesday ovening jf
each week at 7 :!i() o'clock.
Tun shareholders of the Union
Feed Company will meet to-mono
morning at 11 :II0 o'clock, at the
ofllce of O. XV. Muefuilano & Co.
Tin: box plan opens to-morrow
morning for Satuiday evening's per
formance of tho Gieat Andeison. all
the desirable seats ate going fast for
to-inoirow evening's performance.
Call on Wiseman.
At tho meeting of Hook it Ladder
Co., No. 1, last Monday evening, tho
following ticket was nominated for
the June election of engiueeis:
John Nott, Chief; M. D. Alonsanat,
First Assistant; Julius Asch, Second
Yesteiiuay during the stiong wind
some smouldering embers of tho lato
tiro were smoking considerably. Tho
burnt distiict has been divided into
lots. On the out-skirts of the die
giounds n few Chinese shanties aio
A Ciu.vaman with a pass from tho
"Relief Committee, boauled tho S.S.
Iwalani tho other day for Kauai. Ho
had not been long uboaul when ho
stepped ashore, producing it puree
well filled with gold, silver and paper
money, and paid tho passage of a
The Plnenix Ilaseball CJub, com
posed of J, Cuilor, D.Brown, J, A.
Atkinson, P. Lishnian, V. Huclianan,
F. Newcastle, A. Wall, J. Wilson and
AI. Wiiloniann, feeling confident of
their ability ut baseball, jirc anxious
to play a match guino with tho
Eclipse' Club ut Alnkiki grounds soino
Tin: crew of tho lost Noiwegian
bark Jorsalfaier, picked up at sou on
tho 2nd of Aluy by the Jus. S. Stone
mid uftorwurds transferred to tho
Kato Davonpoit, expi ess their gruti
tude to captuins Uarstow and How
land for their kind ticulment. Tho
sailors when taken ubouid the Stone
were niuchicxhuiisted, unci unstinted
hospitality was shown them by Cap
tain Uarstow, During their 15 days
on the Davenport thoy could desire
no better tieiitiiient than they leeeiv
1. ISLAND NDTES.
From Purser Simoiison, of the S.S.
Hall: No special news of tho
Volcano. All tho mills uie gi hiding
rapidly. The wind blowing fuiious
ly. Nobody killed no boats cap
sized no news. Fiom Koolau, by
the Alanuokuivai: Very lough lust
week strong trade winds. Unin
squalls lust Monday considerable
young rice blown down and ruined.
They are taking off the rice crop ut
Punaluu and 1 lunula. All is well
up to the present time.
A COMING TJEAT.
Of Mr. Locke Uichurdson's ic
ciluls, that the Honolulu public are
.to enjoy through the enterprise of
the entertainment committee of the
Y. AL C. A., the Boston Trantcript
ivcry seat was tilled and on coming
way wp heard many legiets expressed
I iv perseus In the ciowd ami not being
able to proem e tickets for future after
noons. Tliu play was Sliakepeaie's
"Merchant of Venice.' As usual, Mr.
llluhardsoii recited ihe-pijuclpul trtiues
In tho play, without book, connecting
thum together by a thu'ud of niiiratlvu
mid naming commentary. Ills i chunks
ou Shukcspciuo nud mutters connected
with the play nra ulwnys Intelligent, and
mi! nindu modestly and unassumingly
'i'ho leading of the play lUelf was do
llghtful. Mr itlcliiiniou has the knack
ol ludlvidiialling his eluuaetcr with
out much physical effort, yet so that the
audience Is never hi doubt as to who Is
speaking. He makes all his points
Mrongly and imtiuully; every contend)
hits the mark m incly that It teems
giving the leader fit Inter piaise than hi)
dceie to eniplui'de his good tnte
ralher than Ills dramatic power. Hut
It N, after all, by his relliied good tntc
and llnlshed, natural manner that ho
fin passes the general urn of render-".
Not that his diuinntlu force is not ad
inlwble, but that Ids good taste Is more
A couple of weeks ago the people
of Honolulu wcie regaled with high
class music something appreciated
only by those with cultivated tastes.
This week comes an entirely differ
ent class of entertainment, better
suited to tho popular Inste. To
morrow evening Professor Andeison
opens In the Hawaiian Opera House,
in a show of the kind that has al
ways been attractive here, and will
doubtless bring together a large
gathering on this occasion. Pro
lessor Anderson the elder, the father
of the gentleman now here, may be
regarded as the father of model n
magicians, and has piobubly never
been equaled by any of the many
who have attempted to rival him.
His son has not only had the advan
tage of Ids father's knowledge, hut
has added many new feats to the
old catalogue. He is a man of ex
tensive travel, and glowing accounts
of wonderful performances come
from all purls. The Professor an
nounces four performances here,
giving a change of piogramme at
each. The pi ices of admission are
SI, 75 cents, and oO cents. Tickets
can bo obtained and scats reserved
at Air. Wiseman's, and those who
wisli to be accommodated will have
to apply early, or they will ho loo
THE COLONEL YARNS.
Col. Sam Norris, the great fisher
man and traveler, feeling pietty
good this moi ning, discoursed as
follows: "Well, sir, during my visit
to Alaui lust week I climbed that
wonderful valley where a remaik
able battle was fought ycais ago,
and after crossing the rugged stream
about 20 times I came to the spot
where the lower jaws of slain vic
tims wcie broken off with stones.
Yes, sir, when the warriors returned
to their chief with the trophies of
battle one of them hud 50 sacks of
lower jaws taken from the enemies
he had killed in the battle. The
valley is a grand place nnd one of
the most beautitul sights to be seen
on the Islands." The Colonel then
put the helm hard down and went
olf on another tack. "I have fished
in any water under the sun, and if
you have never caught a large fish
at sea you little know the sport.
Well, Captain Jenks is a great
fisher. He went out on the martin
gale of the Elsinore one day to har
poon a porpoise, and the captain
being very stout with short legs, 1
stood at the stern of the ship with a
line ready to catch the old salt us ho
came by. But he didn't full. He
struck the porpoise und yelled for
all hands to huul away. The fish
was game, sir, but we landed him.
One time Captain Periiman was
hauling in u dolphin with u small
line which cut like a knife. I culled
for tho captain to hold on to him,
not to mind tho cutting, but haul in
6teudily. We landed him and Pen i
maii's bunds were cut in 20 places.
The dolphin is very game. He
darts off in every direction when
hooked and would sooner have his
head ptdled off than give up." Now
the Colonel makes another tack.
"Talking about magicians, I met
Heller in Texas nnd he wanted
money to take him away. He said
if he could only laise enough to hire
a hall he would soon be able to
leave the place. I got the fellow a
hull and he dischaigcd some re
markable power of mesmerism.
Yeurs ufter 1 met him in New Yoik
nnd wo had a good talk of his ad
venture in Texas. This sleight of
hand business w'ljl soon become a
science, and wc will be able to draw
wine out of an old stick after a
THE FIRE LIMIT ACT.
An Act to Peoi'lati: the Eitr.c-
TIOX AND llEl'AIltlXO OF lit Il.D
INOS IN THE ClTV OF HONOLULU
WITHIN Pltr.SCIlHIEI) FlKE LlMITn.
Be it enucted by the King and
the Leyishitive Aixembh of the
JIawuiiun Islands in the Lcyis
luturo of the Kinydom Assembled:
Sr.CTiox 1. That part of the City
of Honolulu which is bounded us
follows, to wit: By the water front,
by the easterly side of Aluunakea
street, cxfifdjng from tho water
front to the south corner of King
street, thence along tho jnjtkai side
of King street to a point intersect;
jug the easterly line of Konia (form
erly Smith) street were said lino ex
tended ; Ihencn along the easterly
side of Konia (forjuerly Smith)
street to a point eighty feet miuika
of Hotel stieetj thence easterly
ulong a line eighty feet nuuikii nnd
puiollcl with fauid Hotel street, to a
point eighty feet easterly of the
easterly line of Alnkea street, und
thence ulong u line eighty feet
easterly und paiallel with said cust
ody lino of Alukcu street to tho
water front, including till of the land
now or hereafter to be reclaimed
within the bald limit; also both
sides of Nuuonii nud Fort streets,
between Hotel and llcrettinln streets
to a distance of eighty feet from
each side, shall bo known as the fire
limits of Honolulu. Ou all streets
where one side only is within the
file limits, the buildings on tlui
opposite side (if not lire-proof) shall
not exceed ono story of not over IG
feet in hciuht and the highest point,
or ridge pole, of the roof shall not
be over !(0 feet above the sticet
St.cTtos 2. Kvcry building or
structure except water closets or
privies, hereafter built within the
Hie limits of Hunolulu, shall have
the external walls thercbf con
structed of brick, stone, concictc,
iron or other approved lire-proof
material, provided that if of iron the
frame-woik shall also be of iion,
und thnt rafters and roof timbers,
if covered with approved lire-proof
material, may be of wood. If any
part of the inteiior of fiie-pioof
buildings shall be ceiled, other than
with lire-proof material, such ceiling
shall be of tongued and grooved
wood, propei ly jointed, without
clotli coveting. The provisions of
this Act shall not apply to such
sheds as have been or may be here
after erected by the Hawaiian Gov
ernment, on the wharf frontage, for
Section I). No wooden building
or structure now erected within the
fire limits of Honolulu shall he
altcied, icpaircd or changed without
permission in writing, signed by the
Alinister of the Interior, which per
mit shall only be granted upon an
application in writing accompanied
by particulars sulllcient to indicate
the nature and extent of alterations,
repairs and changes contemplated,
and no such permission shall be
granted when such alteration, re
pair or change amounts to a lcnewal
of one-third or more of the original
structure, and such permission shall
become void unless the work for
which it is issued is begun within
ten days and completed within
ninety days after the date of said
Section -1. No person owning or
occupying any building fronting on
any street, lane, alley or place within
the fire limi's of Honolulu, shall
construct or cause to be constructed
or maintained, any awning, shade
or balcony, except in accordance
with the following provisions: Such
awning, shade or balcony, should be
securely suppoited on wrought-iron
brackets built into the walls, and
shall be supported without posts,
and shall be not less than eleven
feet above the line of the cuib
levels of the sidewalk, and shull
have a gutter formed to curry off
the water to the line of the building,
and from thence to the street gutter ;
provided, that no gutters will he re
quired to be constructed on cloth or
canvas awnings or shades; also,
provided, that the height of all
movable canvas or cloth awnings or
shades, hereafter constructed, shall
not be less than seven und a half feet
above the line of the curb level of
the sidewalk. No awning, shade or
balcony shull extend beyond the line
of the curb. No awning, shade or
balcony shall be inclosed to a greater
height than three feet six inches ;
piovided, thut no awning, shado or
balcony shall be erected on any
building facing on any street, lane,
alley or place which is thirty feet or
less in width ; and no awning, shade
or balcony shull be constructed ou
the sides or reur of any building
within the fire limits unless there is
a clear space of not less than thirty
feet between such building and ad
jacent buildings, and then they shall
be constructed of fire-proof ma
terials. No signs shall be placed
on the front, rear or sides of any
building higher than its blocking
coutse or fire wall, and no sign made
of wood, canvas or cloth shall ex
ceed three feet in height. All signs
must be securely bolted to the build
ing upon which they are placed.
No frame-wot Ic shull bo pluced
above the roof of any building and
covered with inflammable material,
for signs or any other purpose.
Section 5. No cornice, entublu
turcs, belt couises, or other orna
mental projections of wood, shall be
placed on any ihe-proof building
within the file limits of Honolulu.
All cxteiior coipices, entablatures,
belt courses, und other projections
of an ornumc-tul character, shull be
constructed of some lire-proof ma
terial ; if of iron to be riveted to
gether with rivets not more than 2
inches apart, und shall bo suppoited
ou wrought iron brackets, built into
the wall ut distances not to exceed 2
feet apart; and in every instance
the greatest weight of stone, iron or
other mateiial of which they shall be
composed, shull be on the inside of
tile outer lino of the wall ou which
they may rest, in the proportion of
4 of wall to 2 of cornice in weight;
allowance must he made for the ex
cess of leverago produced by the
projection of cornice beyond the
faco of the wall: all cornices shall
be well secured to the wall with iron
unuhois, Independent of any wood
work, and in all cases the walls
shall be carried up to the planking
of tho roof ; aud when the roof is
below the cornice,thcn the wall shall
bp carried up to the top of the cor
nico'or tbc bloekjng over the same,
aud shall be coped with snmu lire
proof material. All wooden cornices
or gutters ou fire-proof buildings that
are now, or may hereafter become
unsafe, shall be taken down and re
constituted of some llre-pioof mu
tmial, upon an order from the
Minister of Interior.
Section G. All openings In side
or party walls must be protected by
Iron, or iron covered shutters to ho
approved by the Alinister of In
teiior, and all side or party and front
and l car walls of any building 15
or mine feci high shull be built up
nnd extend at least M inches above
every point where the i oof meets the
wall, aud such wall shall bu not less
than 12 inches in thickness.
Section' 7. Any person violat
ing any of the provisions of this Act
shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and on conviction shall
be punished by a fine not mote than
five bundled dollars, and the con
tinuance or maintaining of such
violation after conviction shall be
deemed a new offense for each day
on which the same is so continued
or maintained, and shall be punished
Si:ction 8. It shull be tho duty
of the Fire Marshal of Honolulu,
the Marshal of the Kingdom, his
Deputy, or any Police Officer to re
port any infiingeinent of the provi
sions of this Act to the Alinister of
Interior, who shall immediately
take the necessary steps for the
prosecution of the offender.
Scction !). All laws and pat ts of
laws not in confoimity with this Act
aio hereby tepealed.
Lahaina, Aluy 11, 188G.
AlESSltS. Al.I.EN & HOIHNSON,
Deau Shis: In reply to your
favor of last week 1 beg to state
that we tested lntely both the Hawa
iian and the California Lime in our
Sugar Alill and 1 am decidedly of
the opinion that the Hawaiian Lime
stnnds higher in every respect for
the leusou that it is much stronger,
thus causing a consideiable saving.
It furthermore docs not coat our
pipesjund drum so much as the Cali
fornia Lime aud should therefore be
used in every Sugar Alill. 1 remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
The Huwniian Lime has to be
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
PiCTt'itE Frames it Cornices made
to order, old Frames repuiicd, regild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Ait store.
Knights of Pythias Notice.
ON and after this ditto the icgiilar
meeting of Mystic Lodge No. '.'.
K of P., will ho held on WKDtf KSDAY
EVENING of each week, at 7:30
o'clock. PhR UltDKR
May II', S?G. Ulw
The White House,
No. llSNuuauu street,
Xiccly Furnished ISooiiih,
with or without boird.
3:11 ly MHS.JOS. V1EHHA.
Masollall Guides for 1880,
Playing Rules of the National League,
Art of Hutting and Bnsr Punning,
Ait or Pitching und Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale at T. O. TH HUM'S.
.lust reeeied per iccent arrivals, an ex
cellent ast-nrtment or Hut Letter, Cap,
Duiny, Medium and Folio papers Tor
lilnnlc forms, or blank book work. Alio,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Want's
pinto Mulsh folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
supeiior to animal parchment for pen
woik or printing, and tough 119 leather.
Bay Stationeiy and Bindery ordeis
faithfully attended to at
T. ii. TIlltlLlfN.
3:10 lm 100 Kort street.
Clinw. Brewer fc Co.'
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will plenc take nollco thut tho
llenson, muster, will loud in Boston for
this port in JULY next.
tSST For further particulars apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu, May 15. 1890.
Notice of Sale.
In accordnncn with n power or side
contained In a rennin niortjragu nuido
by Benjumln H. Muey to the Trustees of
the Estate of I.unalilo, duled Sept, 13,
1881, and recorded in thu Registry of
of Deeds in Honolulu, In Book 70, on
pages 151 and 157, mortgaging that cer
tain lease from I). XV. Pauahl to G. W
Mucuy recorded in said Registry, in
Book SI, on pagi'B 03 and III, duo notice
having been given of intention to fore,
closo said mortgage for conditions
broken. By order of the said Mort
gagees, I shall sell tin: said
Mortgaged Lease & Premises
ut public auction, ut my salesroom in
Honolulu, ut 12 o'clock m.,
On MONDAY, May JMtli,
'Ihu I'lcmlbos to bu sold consists of u
LEASE having fijj years to run ut an
annual rental tit S'.f.'i; of a LOT 108 CO
reel in si.e, linck of the Chinese Y. M.
(J. A. Building, near thu corner of Fort
and Ilorutmila Streets,
Thuiu uru 3 Ooilaues nnd out-liouaes
011 tho premises, ami room for several
111010 Uottagits to bu ureoted. Thu lot Is
connected by Innes with both Foil and
Kt-rcluniu timet. All of thu Cottages
uie now occupied by tenants.
J. LYONS, Auolionuor.
L. A.Tuuiibiox, Atl'v for Moitgngces.
Honolulu, May 11, lBbU. lid t
HOUSli and Picmlses lately occupied
by XV. C. Peacock, on Jtetot'tnln
street. 1'os"elnn gicn Immediate!).
J'or p.iiUvtiluis, apply
A fan's SnlfciiiiK and
A Voti-o I'eoni AiiHtrla.
Near the village of .llllngdorf, in
Lower Au-trla, live Maiia 1 1 una, an In
telligent and luilii'liioiis wnnimi, wIuhc
Htuiy of phsleal Millcriug and tluul ic
lief, as 11 luud by heii-ulf, is ot intelest
to l.ngll-li women. "I win einployid,"
she knyf, " in tliu work or a huge luiin
Inline. i)cr-York hiought on sick
huaduehe, followed by 11 deathly faint,
iug and --Ii kuc:S or the Momy Ii, until I
wa unable to rendu either rood or
drink. I whs c mpelbd lo take to my
bed ror ten-ral wtekc Getting 11 little
beitei from rcM and quiet, 1 bought to
do Mime woik, but was toon taken with
a pain in mj mile, which in a little
while leemi'd to .spread oer my whole
body, and tliiohhed in my every limb.
This was follow id by a cough und
k Inn tnc- of In cut Ii, until Dually I could
not sew, and 1 took to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for tho last
time My tiiends told e that my time
had 1 eat ly come, and that 1 could not
llo longer than when the tires put tin
their gri en urumoie. Then 1 happen,
ed lo get one of tliu Seiel pamphlets.
1 read It, aud my dear mother bought
me u bottle of belgcl's Syrup, wlilcli I
took cxiicily accenting to directions,
and 1 hud not taken the whole or it be.
Toie I felt u great chiingu for the better.
My last Illness began June , lfcS. nud
continued to Aumist Hill, when 1 began
lo take the Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a lutle 1 ght work. The rough left
me, and I was no more troubled in
b eatblng. Now 1 11111 perfectly cuicd.'
Aud oh, how happy I ami I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Now 1 must HI you that the
doetois in ourdU.uct distiibuted hand.
bills cni'lioiiing people against the
mullcine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many wetu thereby influ
enced to destroy the Seigel pamphlels;
but now, wheiuver one Is to be found, It
is kept like u relic. The tew preserved
are burrowed to read, und have lent
111 i 11 0 for six miles mound our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy the medicine for them, know,
lug that it curul me, und to bo sure to
get the right kind. 1 know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted suviral doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wioto the name
down for her Unit she might make no
mlbtake. She took my advicu and the
Syrup, and now she is in perfect health,
ami the people mound us ate iiinaiil.
The mullcine has made Mich progress
in our ncighbmhood that people say
they don't want the doctor .. ,iy inoic,
but they lake die Syn.p. Sufferers from
gout who wciu i.tuiliinl 10 their bed and
could baldly move u linger, hao been
luiliI liv 11! 'lheie Is u gill in our dls
tilet who caught a cold by going
through fcomu water, and was in bed live
years with cosMvciilm and lheumatio
palii, and had to hae 1111 attendant to
watch by her. There was not n doctor
in tho siiriouiidiug districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, hut evu'y ono ciosmiI them,
selves und said they could not help her.
WlieneNLT the little bell rang which Is
rung in our p'nee wueu someuody is
(lend, we thought sincly It was for her,
but Seigel's byrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as hialthy us any.
body, goes to chinch, .-.ml cm work
even in the HchK Lveiyboily was as
toulshed when they saw tier out, know
ing how many years the hud been in
bed. Today she adds her giatituile to
mine for God's meicles aud Seigel's
Syrup. Mauia Haas."
Thu people of Eugluud bpuik coutlrm.
lug thu above.
aVt'top 3lnny Yrni'N.
"Whlttlc.lu.WomK near Chorlcy,
" December lili, 1SSJ.
" Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all thnt try
it speak highly in its favor. We had a
eusu of a young huly thut hud been trou.
bled ninny years with pains ufter eating.
Shu tells'us thnt the pains weio entirely
taken awny after 11 few doses of your
lnediciup. Yours tiuly, E l'l.ix."
Al'tcr Hovonil Yours.
"Stoke Feny, January Oth, 18SI.
"Gentlemen, I havu used Slej-el's
Syrup ror several years, and have round
it a most elllcaelous rtmedy for Liver
complaints and geneial debility, und I
always keep ?omc by me, aud cannot
speak too highly in Its praise. I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
jVl'toi1 Hlxleon Ycum.
"95, NuA'gate Slieet, Worksop, Notts,
"December auth, 1&8.I.
"Gentlemen, It is with thu greatest
of pleasure I aicord my testimony as to
thu cfllc.icy of Mother Seigel's yrup.
My wifu, who bus sull'ered from ueutu
Dy'bpcpsiu Tor over sixteen years, Is now
perfectly better through tho sole help
of your" Syrup. 1 have sent pounds In
medicines fiom doetois In t net, 1 be
gun to think shu was Incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
1 remain, youis, luanKiuiiy,
" Ilford Uoid Dispensary, Dukintleld,
" Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that tliu sulu of yourtyfup and Pills
inerea'-es bete continually. Several of
my customers' speak of having derived
more heiiellt fiom Ihu tti: of these than
fiom any other medicine. In some in
stances thu ellects linvu been wonderful.
Your- ver respectfully,
It wly I'uo. Edwin Easiwood, J.B."
rMIE uiulLis'iied Is pieparcd to fur.
X nish spee'iiiens of all the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
ut reasonable rates.
Complete C'olU'ctloiiK embrnc
lug l-iuvuiletlesiopicseutliig:iO families
piupum! to order only. These collections
dlsplny cntlio fronds of rueh fein with
roots and other impoitanl partsnfcnuh
plant Collections embracing fiom 'JO
to 60 vnrluties elenntly mounted and
ilieorated with mosses lichens nud sen.
weids peculiar lo Ihu 1-I.llids ulwayo on
hand at Miur. King Bros.' Ait Store,
Foil Sticet, Hunolulu,
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday Evening, Rfiiay SOth,
r -j, 1ft rM J!B"'rW' jhHStp Jb "
Box Plan opens Tuesday morning, !) o'clock, ut. J. E.
Wiseman's olllee. a:io
79 & 81 line
Hint run con LV0111 ICinjj'
Every description of work in the uhoo lines performed In 11 llrst-clus manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
C5T ill Tcltphone, 107. "TiSa
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour wenrent present supplying U tar superior to any previously oflercd,
und can be made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER Or PALATABLE-DISHES
nt less expense than any other rnrinnceous preparation1-.
Highly recommended by physicians as an luMiluub.u diet fu persons sutler, v.
ing fiom diioitlered btoniueli or bowels, us well 11s a nutritious food for thu healthy.
loi Sale y sill Gri'oeei'S.
DIRECTIONS FOK MAKING 101. Take tho desired amount of Hour and
mix very thin wilh cold water, being ure there are no lumps. Confine this in it
bug or cloth end plute in a Uolile of boiling water, und let it continue to boil i;
to i! hours, accoiding to quantity used, erne being taken to piute it piicn of per.
foiuttd tin at ihu bottom or the kettle so us to provi ut the eiuth liom bin ning.
When doue (while wnrni) stir with 11 stout i-poon. iiibling a Uitle wntet until tliu
wholi! Is well nil.xcil. Let this stand lnui live lo fix licmrt- '1 hen mid wntcr In
biriall rpiamUics, mixing thoroughly nnd kneading until the di'aired consistency Is
ulituined. Owing to its purity it takes from three lo fnui days 10 become acid or
sour. ' .,1 . ;iui
King Streot, : : : : Between Fort and Alakca Streets.
TSev Qoods, .Jtiwk K.cccirel.J
Kugs Family Heef ; kegs und half IiIiIb. I'lg Pork; Extern lllonl: CodlUhj Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues Lunch Tongues; Smukui liecf; lluneii Chicken; Dupee
Ham-, und Hut-tin; Genuine Mnplc'hyrtip; C.ila Still Dilps; Frui.1i Now Orbnns
Mobilises; Jam; Jellies; Honey, in "glu-s nnd tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; Gennea, and it
General Awtent of Staple anil fancy Groceries.
All orders receive uircful attention nud piompt delivery.
J?. O. Box XlYli, rrliioiic 1 H.
Ii. K. D11.UNUUAM,
l'rcKldcut und Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited. NueocNHorN In lllllliiuliani &. Co. ami Nnmurl Nott.
Premini Safety Kerosene Oil
Recommended by the New
Ileal Kstntu Agent,
Emploj mi-iit Agent,
W lldciV Sliiimshin Aeent.
Gtcat liurlliiglon Itallioad
OF tho whuro.ibnutb of MK. FHANK
LAWI.OH, btouo m.iM'ii. When
hiBt heard from, was in Honolulu, Any
one who can give the Meshed iufoiuiu
lion will tourer n (itvio tt
lit) King blrefjt.
of the North.
OU lose Premises,
itiul Mui'oliunt !-(w.
J3T Bell Telephone, 107. -a
J AH. G. Sl'RSCEH.
Seoretuiy und TieuMiur.
IYXG UT -
York Board of Underwriters.'.!
lloiiolitlit, II. T.
Custom Hnusii lirokur,
Manaeer iliiwnllun OpeinHoiio,
Firi-IniHllMfi' lusuranei) Agent-
-... ..1 .,..;.iv.j j
A DIVIDEND of l'odr Dollars per
r hull-on tho HliM-k f the 1'riuco
villi- rjiuitall-)it Is Thie.nnil payubie to
thu uockhr tder. at thu otllce of (J.
Jlrower it Co. I'.V, JONES.
Ticusuier I'iineelllc I'lant Co.
Houolulu, Muy lb, 1S5U. Ul -It
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