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Vo'ntiimeil from )nic
the rest of the population on good
bi'luivior. lie lcfuired to a point
made by the Minister of Kiunncu
in his eonstittieiioy before the olec
tiou, when IIIh Kxeolleney tnld
tliu people Hint It Hi not iho Min
Isieis who wore lo blame for o
tinvngant expenditures, but t!c
mm they sent 10 Honolulu to icpn
font them in l Li: LrgisUiune. Mum
bers heie seeiiuU to rugntd t lit
voting of salaries as the principal
object of their pieuenoe in the Le
gislature, and the nuiin'ious Govern
ment olHeinls in tlie bouse voted in
creases in each other's salaries.
Their sole idea seemed lo be, in
crease, increase, increase I Willi the
exception of the other day, when
there was a mania for cutting down
salaries, he did not remember tliu
house over having voluntaiily tiled
to reduce expenses. It was evident
that it was not for the benefit of the
constituents of tliu members for
Jlnmakua and Koua thai salaries
should be raised, but that their
joads and bridges should be im
pioved. lie reminded members uf
their oaths on taking their seats,
that they would legislate for the
benefit of the country, and honed
tbe house would look out for the in
terests of those membeis' consti
tuents and not for those of their
Hep. Ivaulukou was in favor of
the amendment, because it was for
the benefit of the people in that dis
trict to have a good magistrate. If
they had a magistrate who did not
understand his duty, it reflects on
the whole community. lie was
sure that the lion, member for Molo
kai, who had received a good legal
education, would not be willing to
go up there and act as niagibtrate
for $2,000. It was an extensive
district and n rough one. He was
not talking about the incumbent at
all. The item as recommended was
very small for anj' competent man.
He did not think that by voting for
an increase in this item lie was vio
lating bis oatli, and did not know
but the member who was acting
btubbornly was more guilty of break
ing bis oatli than one who oted for
.an increase of salary. Perhaps the
.administration of justice was an im
portant as making roads. lie did
not think it was right to say that
members were violating their oaths.
Kep. Ivauhane said this item was
the largest of any District Judge in
tbe kingdom outside of Makawao.
The olllcial ought to lie very thank
fllgl lo retain bis ollice at the same
pay as before. This item the
epcak'cr considered sulllcient. Dur
iii" th ' 'aSlt t,vo yea''3 there had
been a s.,r'"'a80 '" the receipts of
the Cover 'Jment and in other mat
ters. He iW not' think the weie
justified in incensing salaries. If a
cow had too m.y calves her supply
of milk would g,'veoutnndnll would
starve. There w.vs a disposition on
the part of some members to milk
the cow dry.
Rep. Kaunamano said they bad
not come to the public" yet. They
wero looking after the magistrates
then. When they came to the
public they would look out that it
did not suffer.
The item was increased to $2,(100.
Rep. Aholo moved the committee
rise, report progress, and ask Kavc
to sit again. Carried.
The chairman of committee made
his rcpoit to the Assembly, which
Minister Gibson presented the
house with the Repoit of the Board
Rep. Aholo moved the house ad
journ till 10 o'clock to-inonow,
which carried at 25 minutes to o.
THURSDAY. MAY 20. 188G.
Stmr Kllauea Hou from Windward Ports
Strar Dowfcett from l'ala
Schr Ke Au Hon from HniLn
Stnir Dowsctt for Pala
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Ugtne XV G Irwin for San Francisco
Tern W S liowen for San Francisco
Stmr W G Hull for Maul and Hawaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Mockets
BKtne Morning Star, Turner
Bktne Nelllo M Stade, Gould
liktiie Geo O I'eiklns, Aekernian
Uktne Marv Wlukclman, itaekus
Ugtne W G Irwin, McCulloch
Turn WS JJownc, Paul
Ship Kate Davenport, Howland
Ship Iticiiard III
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Dowxctt 1,300 ling Migar.
SehrKe Ah Hon 1,'JOO Lugs sugar.
The Pnclllu Navigation Co. lias about
G.000 bags of sugar in their warehouse
for the Nellie M Slaile.
The Ko An Hon made the dlhtanre
from Haiku to Honolulu hi 11 hum s thU
nip. Tim captain reports strong winds.
Tiimic will bo musics, a iovoifo race,
and dancing at the Yotciuito Rink
Friday night, dancing commencing
at 0 o'clock.
Exi'iicTATio.v looks in the direction
of tho Hawaiian Opera lit. me, whore
tho "Wizard of the North" makes his
Jirst appearance to-night, and there is
every judication of a trow tied Iiouh'.
Feats of legerdemain entiiel new to
tho people of Honolulu am pruinu-t'd.
Madame Antlereon, a n markable
clairvoyant, will second tho "Wizard"
by 9. startling revelation of eccrets,
.... .. . .
' i IflnAL fi CSHEIYAl NHW3.
Mr. Levey tells lumber at 12 noon
on Saturday next.
C. .1. iMrCuirtiv Iiiih a billiard
table and billianl balls for tale.
lMJ'rnvi;.MKNW and addition?
being niadu to the Post Ollieo.
The wiling of tho W. (. Irwin i.i
postj oiled until to-morrow morning.
Tiik comforlublu uud beautifully
located piivuto lesidonee of T. 11.
Duvies, is to let.
Tickets for the entertainment at
the Y. M. C. lo-muiiow evening are
for sale at Oat's and Thrum's.
Mu. Lyon's regular cash salo at
10 o'clock to-morrow includes a lot
of line books fiom a private libraiy.
Titinii: aie soveinl applicants for
membership uf the Hawaiian liillo
Atsooiulioii, to be voted upon this
The steamer Kilauca Hou, which
inrived thifc morning, biings news of
very lough weather all along llama
Mil. Wong Kim, carpenter and
builder, having been burnt out by
the late lire, is now located at 70
Tliu Young People's Christian
Temperance Union will meet in tbe
parlors of Fort stieet Church, to-morrow
(Friday) evening at 7 :30.
Tin: annual meeting of tho Hawa
iian Jockey Club will bo held next
Saturday evening, when olliceis for
the ensuing year will bo elected.
Tiiehe are to be laces at Kapiolani
Park on Monday next, under the
auspices of tho Hawaiian Jockey
Club, commencing at 2 o'clock p. m.
At the meeting of the Honolulu
Rillcs last evening, an invitation
from the G. A. It. to accompany that
organization on tho 2'Jth inst. was
Mkssiis. Schaefer & Co. have
chart ered the frhip Kate Davonpoit
for San Francisco, and T. II. Davies
it Co., the hbip Richard III, for the
Tiik ship-wrecked Norwegian
bailois brought hero by tbe Kate
Davenpoit will bo sent to San Fran
citco by the W. S. Uowne to-monow,
at tho expense of the Norwegian
Ix the May number of the "Clmt
auquan" magazine is a very interest
ing article on the late Queen Emma.
It is a translation of au article by
M. dc Varigny, published in the
"Revuo du Monde".
Rksidkxt.h in the vicinity of Queen
and South streets have bled a com
I laint with the Poind of Health, alleg
ing that tho manure pile near that
locality is extremely offensive, and
praying for its removal.
The monthly focial ol tho Bethel
Union will be held this evening in
the Lyceum. Strangers arc cordially
invited,' and members of the congre
gation are expected to attend and
tiling their fiiends with them.
Wiiii.u the baikcntine Mary Win
kelman was loading this morning
water was discovered in her after
hold. Cargo was immediately shifted
to ascertain tho whereabouts of the
leak, which is believed to be at the
rudder post. No damage resulted to
Mr. J. Lyons will hold, on Satur
day next, at'll o'clock, an important
underwriter's sale, at tho store of
Mr. Engelhardt, Reaver Block. A
great variety of goods, slightly damag
ed only, ex barkentine Nellio M.
Slade, will bo disposed of. Full parti
culars will appear in to-morrow's
The W. S. Bowne, Captain Paul,
sails for San Francisco to-morrow
afternoon, with a full cargo of sugar
and several passengers, among whom
is Miss Emily Wall, who during yeais
of rcsidenco in Honolulu, has mado
many friends, her natural goodness
of heart and affability of manner
being siinh as could not otherwise
than secure popularity. Miss Wall
leaves on a visit of several months,
chiefly for health and to see old
Tm: barkentine Makah has some
magnificent Australian ferns on
boaid. Theso ferns, known as tho
tree-fern, giow the height of -10 or 50
feet, at the rate of about 0 inches a
year. Tho trunk of the plant is
about 12 inches in diameter, and
from the pities and top of this trunk
spiout large and beautiful leaves.
The ferns on tbe Makah wero pro
em ed at Melbourne, and aie about
four years old. Captain Thompson,
master of the vessel, during his visit
to the Colonies secured, besides these
plants, two magpies, a Wallaby and
a raie variety of panot, all of which
ho takes to his homo in Alameda,
California. During his stay hero he
will be pleased to show visitors his
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
Mr. T. R. Foster, President of tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company, and Mr. S. G. Wilder,
President of Wilder's Steamship
Company, to facilitate tho inteiesia
of their patious, as well ns tho
interests of tliu ftteamer business,
nsk from all shipper? of goods, that
they piosnnt with all meicliaiidiso
for shipment, tuigiiial, duplicate ami
tiiplioato receipts; and that the
receipts, so far as possible, state tho
contents of boxes and packages.
That is; wiion shipping, to say 50
packages of inerciiiiudpo, is not
bulif.iotory, but it sjiould bo inaduaH
explicit ns possible, eo many of
bread, of sulmon, of dry good, &c
This will innlilo tha steamship coin
panics to handle goods with more
certainty of doliveiy. Any ono
package of n gi enter value than
twonty-flvo dollars, should have tho
value stated tlint the companies
may know what risk they are taking.
Shippers are cautioned against ship
ping any explosive packed with
other good-. The receipt must state
that the package or box contains ex
plosive uialt'T. The companies de
cline to teceivu liquor ol any kind
oilier than as such. They will nut
receive liquor packed uud .hipped
Laiiai.va, May 11, 1886.
Allkx & Roiiixson,
Sins : In reply to your
favor of last week I beg to staie
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the Caliloi nia Lime in our
.Sugar Mill and I am decidedly ol
the opinion tiiat the Hawaiian Lime
stands higher in every icspcet for
the reason that it is much stronger,
thus causing a considoiablo saving.
It furthermore does not coat our
pipes and drum so much us the Cali
lornia Lime and should therefore be
used in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime lias to be
slacked in hot juice in order lo use it
Picture Frames & Cornices mado
to order, old Frames repaitetl, regild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Craigside to be Let.
rpiIE uliove Residence of Mr. Theo.
X II. Davies, cumpilsing A acres
of land, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will bo let separately or together.
X3T Very liberal
ed to good lenantB.
33 1m THEO. H. DAVIES it CO.
1 Second-hand Billiard Table,
pize 5x10, manufactured by P. Lie.
scnfelu. S. F., cushions mu quli k
mid it is in good rder. 1 have also
Ifcw Billiurd ClotliM,
which will fit a large table. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, now.
3:11m C. .T. M((JUTHV.
On SATURDAY, Muy 22d,
at IS noon, 1 ill 'ell nt aii't'nn, at
the corner of l'titiclibo 1 mid Here-
tauia streets, a quantity of
Planed and Finished Lumber,
lately ii'etl nt 'h' (' ntn I Park
Races to be Held
Under the auspircs of the Hawaiian
J ickiy Club, on
On MONDAY, May 24th,
AT 2 O'CI OCK, V. 5f.
HAf'E Piinc, $100;
Cecil Brown's buy pony
H. Purker's black pony.
2. RUNNING PACE
XV. II. Cornwcll's 1). irmro...JIiiy D
'A. Spalding's b. mate Hosltu
3. PUNNING PACK Purse, 1C,0;
?.f milts itiifch.
C. Blown' b. gelding O. K.
A. Aitliur's sor. gelding.. .GcUaway
I. RUNNING RACE Purse, .f SO.
And other events.
O. O. BEHGER,
3 J Son'y Hawaiian Jockey Club.
The White House,
No. 118Xuuauu strtet,
Nicely Furuiulictl Koouim,
with or without board.
331 ly MRS. JOS. VIERRA.
Knights of Pythias Notice.
ON and after tliit date the ici;uliir
meeiing of .Mystic Lmlgn No. 2.
K. of P., will ho held on WEDNESDAY
EVENING of each week, at 7:!J0
o'clock. P1.R ORDER.
May 1". WO. ;ia lw
A DIVIDEND of Four Dollars per
hluire on the stock of the Prince,
villo Pianliitinn Is due and payable to
tliu sincklioldcrs at the nlllce of C.
Blower A Co. P. ('..! -NTS.
Tunsinor Puneivllle I'laiu. Co.
Ilnii'liiln. Muy 1, 18 0. 1 -II
Queen St , next IliilKiln Oil ce
Iloraes Lll.ncd. 'r
v Hordes bioken to Pad-
iVi7.35,&N- dh'ii-d llnrnt'io',
yS&SU Wow lioiiKlt-d by the
f 4rf- -- day. wi ek i-i nintli,
Regular Cash Sale
PJUDAY, Muy Jilst, j
At 10 a m., I will cell at public nurtlon,
at my snles'ojuis a full line of
Dry Goods, Clothing
Duo's and Shoes, Glassware, Crwkery,
Ii'.unp t liliniie.i and (hoc lies,
Dilid Pe.n lit Table Po'chcs nnd '
V9 nry A ii t.11 ult ufi Tt Jiif fiitifitt ii ttt '
. ..W .ftl .! f, Wild - .1-i-Vl-
tctl Micid mid Fimy UUciilt. a lot
of rnre liuok from hiJilvtiie Library.
lied Lounge, Sctteo, Cliaiis, Tabic?, Ac
1 Fine Saddle Horse, 3yrs. old,
1 H'M'.-c and Biake.
J. LYONS, Aucl'i.
fir. Locke ttM
First Recital at
Y, M. C. A. Hall,
Friday Evening, May 21, 1886,
ol 1M o'clock.
Chailes Dickens' Beautiful Story,
' u. ClirlHtmnH Carol."
King Robert of Sicily Longfellow
A L-tnca'hirc Story,
A I'ersnuul Confessiou.
TickctH, 50 Ccntn Kacli. fi!2
By order of I.. A. Thurston on 1 Mrs
II. 11 Alexander, mlmlnl-trator uud ftd
niinUtrniilx of Hie Estate of (. II. Alex
ander, (lw eased, acting under order of
sale of tliu Supreme Cn'irt, I will si 11 nt
public auction, at my balesroo'i in Ho
MONDAY. May 24, 1S8G,
At 13 o'clock, nto i, all of thai eer
tuin piopeity known as tliu
ituute in Mxknwno and Kiila, JI.iul,
consi ing of the lands of
ICAL'AI.INI'I. to 'lainlng tf),-PS acres,
I'ULEHUMJI mauki, (ontainlng II,
AAPUEO 1 and 2, containing 03 1 acre,
Total, 32,071 acres, moro or less,
T io I, anils aro all in fee. simple, and
Uile is pirfict.
The Ranch Stock
CONSI T i OK
600 head of Cattlo, moro or loss,
4,500 head of Slieop, moro or less,
85 Horses, rroro or less,
A portion of tin- laud in wnnded, sup
plying an iilmuiliince of lln wood
A pm thai of the land nm nt prcmii
in ci-nr fur ciirrilni; on the ranch I
i'i n ed out, bringing in au annual lenial
I In- lands e.xtei d from Mnalnca Bay,
ineluil ng llshing right, to the top of
llalcakalii, and nro liouiided on nnct-iilo
by ihc Von Tempsky and Goodness
lunches, and on the oilier side hy
Sprcckelsville, W. II. Bailey's riuicli, the
Eiibt Maul at"ck Company's r.inuii
(Uicwer's) and Ilniku-uko.
The soil is in great p'lil rich nnd fer
tile, and tin: pasture for slock excellent.
The hind and stock will he sold as a
whole, being put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms are: $25,000 cash, the luilance
to be paid in cquul installment In i, !i,
3, 4 and 5 years, secured by 11 m mort
gage upon the prembes sold, ami im.
proveinenls lierenficr placed thcicoii.
Intcieot at the rate of 8 ei cent, per
annum, free of taxe-, piiynble semi-an-nually,
I'rincipnl and interest payable
in United Slates gold coin. Deed-, ut
expense of pmcliaser.
J. LYONS, Aucl'r.
1ST Maps of the land can bo seen,
mid full particulars obtained at the
ollice of L. A. THUKSTON, 38 Mur.
chant street. 32t
By order of Mr. XV. II. C in well, I will
(ell, m public auction,
On MONDAY, May JMtli,
At 12 o'clock, noon, for iir count of E
late of Henry Comwell, deceased, that
ctirinin tract of luiiil known as I'ULE
HUNUIMAKAI, adjoining I'uleliunul
Mauka, lielonglng to the Haleikala
ltnticli, otite of C. II. Alexander, tie.
ci'UM'il. Tlilh pinpeiiy in bnuudiil on
lie Histhy lb II iHii'iiaii Commercliil
'i mp in) V i tl Id-, ami iMcn.lliig
li.'in iIih WiiiluKu cumin-no io Miiuliii'ii
ny, containing over l,:00 .icits ol tin
llne-i hiig.ir and gr.izlng imiili- on Hie
Inland 1 Maui, On the side adjoining
Ihc curio Hi bis ii new wins Icncu has re
cently been built.
TKRMS OF tALE-One third cash;
tmliiiicc. til U aiid 12 inouiji', m 8 percent.
A map of tlie piopcriy can lie seen ai
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
Base Ball Books, &o.
Hiise Hall Guides foi IhmI.
l'layine R iles ol ihc National League,
Art of "inline ai.d Date Running,
Art of t'lichlng and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For salo at
Jut received per recent arrivals, an r.x
celled! ii""itineni of llat Letter, Cap
Deiin, Meituui and Polo paper fin
biiitii. itirin-i, or Ibink look woik l u
Perfrctii'ii Linen and Marcus Vatd'
1 1 ite ilui'li folio Alto,
Japaneso Vcgotablo Parchment,
siipeiun io rtiiimiil paicliinelll for pen
" I: in p' .mil g, in d iDuuh ,. li-uihiT
tey .Sintii'iiiT) iiml Blmiery finlctr
f.iliiilully niienileil to at
t. . riiiiii.irs,
i'M I m 1110 Fort ilree'
e.x hi ig ConueIo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sots, Marble top,
G Piano box Bugijlos, Full Lcallior Tops,
5 Piano box Sido bar. Leather Top, Quaxcr
I Lcatlicr-to) Buggies,
3 Fhaclons, Leathcr-top, Quaker City.
To bo sold immediately after arrival
321) Aunilnnerr and Com. Merchant.
IN conspquenec of having been burned
out I beu to notify my friends ami
the public In general, that I hau re
moved to 100 Xuu, mu street, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at all hmir.'i, as before.
322 lm THOMAS MULDOON.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
W SS-A-TliIVIOIV :
ffl j Just received, ier Zeabui
3 vi ii l"ai uni' 'o f,','c "y
1 alA31S & CO.,
Queen Stuel. flm
rilERE'Y rcM'tfifnllv notify m
1 I lie ds nnd t lie public in general,
ilmi I lme remood my liusinc-s to Ihc
Hawiiiiiiu Ciniii):e Ma'uufiiciuring Co,
win re I can lie found to attend to mj
fUHiomnro ns usual, olicitim: a con
tinuameof lliclr paironage, and Uinnk
ing the public for past finors,
1 am, mn.t sinrcrelv ours,
E G INHUMAN.
Honolulu, Anrll Sll IHfi. :lpj im
ChtiM. LJr;-vei & Co.'M
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will please take notice that the
ISenson, nui'ter, will loml In Boston for
UiU pi it in iUi.Y ni.t.
Bfflr For fntihir nrticulars apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu. Vny 1.1 18S0. p30 iv
WOLFE & CO.
Notice of Sale.
In ecoidiuicM ulih a power of silo
eoiilauii'il in a reriain morteugc made
by Hi iijiunln B Mney to the Trustees of
Hid Cstiiie of Luniblo, tinted Sept. 13,
IHSl, n i id leeorded in the R'-gii-try of
of Dec ts in Hm oliilu, In Hook 71), on
pages 101 and I 7, moitgiiglng lluit eer
lain lc:i'0 fiom I) XV. 1'iiiiiilii to O XV
Macey leeorded in snid Regiotiy, in
B ml; M, on im(.'ih (U and (II, due noiiei
having 1'ien givui of intention lo fore.
i'Iomi Mild mintgiige for comli'loii
liiokeu. liy oilier of the stild Moil
gugees, I slnill sell the said
Mortgaged Lease & Premises
at public auction, at my salesroom in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock M.,
On MONDAY, May 2-ltli,
The Premises to lie snid consists of a
IE'. SE having fii; voir to run at an
. ,i.l .e .1 ii il ?..'; nl a LOT l'w j, (0
uei In -i.i', ii. ck ol tm Cinii'se Y M.
(.' . IlinldiiiL', nenr ihc Kiiiier ot Port
ami lleictnuia Mritlh.
Tbmc io Coiiut'es mid outhouse
mu i lie pi tin i-t-s. nnd room lor Miviru
morn i 'ullages to tie urectul. Too lot Is
coiinecied ly hunts wl.li both Port nnd
licieliiiht snoets. All of the Cottages
are now cu'tiplnd li tenants.
I ti. ijxviirn, jviic.uiiiiuii.
I . A Tnu .s-ios, An'v f i Morlg B
iiono.ulu, M-y i-i, 1Bj(J. b ol
HAWN OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday Evening, EVIay Oth,
Box Plnn opens Tuesday morning:, 9 o'clock, at J. E.
Wiseman's ofliee. 330
New Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agate Ware, House, Kuinii-hiiig (Jowls. Kdihs & .Jewell's IWripprn.
tors, Water Klliets and Cnnlc-s, lee ( hi-ts. Wl.'ie M'.uiitxin Ici Cicm Kreefrp,
uw pattern, Kay l.uwu Mowers, Dotu Mats, G irden and t'nliiil linnoue, Axe,
Hoe, l'KIt and Koik Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Cips,
Fence Wire and -Hple. M mil i and Simd Rope,
The latest novelties in Lamp goods the v ry II t titi.t -eennd giiubi Kero-ene Oils
Uerry Litos Fuinlture Varnisli F-ir sale ai lowist nun Kit raio hy
Tie Pacitc Hardware Corns"?, Liiiefl,
79 & 81 King; Street
ICntruiioew IVom TClny: mul IVIurcliiint in.
livery Jwr.rlptlim ot work in the above line!, performed in a llM-c!as manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EB Bell Teb plume, 107. "ton ('.UT
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Hie Flour we are at present sii pi v Ing i far superior to any provlnufly offered,
ai.d can bn made into
AN UNLIMITED NUM3E11 OF PALATABLE DISHES
at lo'H ex' ene than nnv other farlnircnus rreptrali'ms.
Highly recommended by physicians as an Invabnil) o diet lor pcri-ons sufler.
infr from (finoideud falnmach or bowels, ns well as a uuuitious food for thu healthy.
U'ox Sale ly a.11 Grocers.
DIRECTIONS FOR MIKING FOI. Take the de-lred aumunt of Hour and
mix vciy ihin with cold wat"r, being sine there are no lumps. Confine (hl in a
bag or clot Ii and place in a keiilo of lioiline; water, and lei it continue to boil 1
lo 'i.yt hours, tircordlng lo quantity uiu'd, enre being laken to place a b ce of per
forated tin at the bottom of ihckettle -o n to prevent the cioth from burning.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout t-poon, adding a llttlo water until tho
whole, la will mixed. I.cl t ii Mnnd from live to six hours Then mid wiierlu
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and
uwingio its puriiv 11 tnues
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER
King Street, : : : : Betvccn Fort and Alckca Streets.
ISev- CSroods, .TiiKt K.ccoivod.j
Kegs Family lleef ; kegs and half IiIiIh. 11 Fork; Eastern Tllook O dlHh; Smoked
linlibiit; Ox Tongues; Lunch Toiigiief; mokid Reef; Bnncl Chicken; I'upea
Hams and Hacon; (jeiitiine M ipln tyrup; Cala Htm Drips; Fn-.h N'-w O leans
Molasses; J.iins; Jellies; Houey, in glass nnd tins; Ko. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Clteetc; liermca, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt ilcliwrj.
x o. uox :$r. 'ivipinu i u.
General Business Agent.
Kniitf in i-t Aunt,
XV 1'fciV Seiiin-I Ip Agent,
Great liurlliuton Uallioul Aut
HOUSi: and Prembes latclyneeuplod
by W, C. I'enoiM k, on liiirutnnla
street. 'FikicssIo i given liniiiedlaiulj.
For partb ulaih, apply to
iilit JulLS COL-U.'.N.
of the North.
Old Rose Premises,
J3V Ik-ll Teleplmnp. 107. "&l
& TARO CO.
kneading until tlie desired consist' nry is
iroin inree to mur uuvi to iiecome nelo or
I Ioitolulii, LI. X.
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M in igcr 1( ." Ibin ii ti llou-o, .
Vr OY to atlenri Gmdiin work, clean
Hufrp and Humiv, nnd diive a
llMlc. A irund linnie oiiynd. an-' $10 a
miuiili. Appli t J 13. UISKMAN,
.11 vQvU'l -uuul'jj Ag.ut.
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