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WEDNESDAY MAY 'J(i, lSXIi,
111; Uulbnrlcn from Situ I'lnm-Nuo
.Schr Mary Foster Irmii Kauai
Sclir Klm'kiil lroin Wuluhu
Stuir Wulniunulo from Wulmcwnlo
ltk Ceylon for San FraneNco
Slmr l.ehttu for Windward I'orN
Stinr Mokolli for Mo o!:ul
sjehr Hal nkiilu for l'epe kco
Uktnu M.uy Whikeliuuu for San
VESSELS LEAVINQ TO-MORROW.
Sclir (.'niiute for I'apalkon
HelirKliukul for Walalua
For San FraneUeo, per liktiie Mary
Whikchnan, May L't- V Vuiui.
For Walaiuic. ti'r sliur .las Makec,
May i!.i Hon II A Whleuianu.
For Kanal. per stmr JmiiIuiiI. May U5
Col 55 S .spildln;:, A Mellr,ilc, J
Kauai. 1-J Cropp, and about -10 deck.
For Windward Ports!, per sum- Kluatt,
May 25 Major W 11 Coiuwell. L)r Mc
AIINlcr anil wife, Mr Miiddou, .J M
I.ld'Mtu. V Y Horner, M I,oiiion, M
Hyuian. U I. Wl-jht, M-i I) Dow-ett.
Kev Father I'ougut and 70 deck.
The liktui) Mary Wlnkidman -alls for
San Fram Neo till- iiiorulue; with 1"'.
187 ba of siijjar and 1,000 Ij.ij;- of i lee.
Vu uu ss'.'.iioo.
Th-baik (Jalbaiien. rapt Hubbard,
arrived till morning. UK. day linm
Han Francisco, till had calms anil
light ballliu;: vl d all the way
IflL'AL & CtHErtAL NEWS.
No feign of the steamer Australia
up to 3 o'clock.
The Uhiml services will be held in
the churches this evening.
News mutter ciowdetl out yettoi
diiy is on the fourth pugu to-day.
Mepsiis. E. 1. Adams- it Co. hold
their regular cash tale at 10 o'clock
The Bethel Social Union will hold
a hubiiu'ftS meeting, this evening,
after the prayer-meeting.
Onnnits for next Saturday's piu
ceedhms will be given at the Hono
lulu Kitlo.i' drill thih evening.
At an iinderwiiter's sale, at noon
to-morrow, at bis salesroom, .Mr. L.
J. Levey will sell gold sheaf whiskey.
A .MAN who walked around the city
front to-day and swallowed unlimited
dust, says he is intending to lease
himself as 11 potato patch.
on Mr. N. S,
Strutinoyor has risen in
lie was on an elevated
morning painting a sign
Tin: members of the Y. M. C. A
will tender a reception, ut their hall,
to Mr. Theo. II. D.ivies, Thursday
evening, at 7 :li0 o'clock. The per
sonal friends of Mr. Davie.s are invit
ed to be present.
The natives have taken such an in
terest in the making of niullliis, hot
cakes, bread, and poi from taro flour,
that Mr. Hielenberg will give them 11
luau near the l-'ish-inaiket next
The bark Cuib.irieu, which arrived
tliis morning fioin San Finueifco,
brought, besides a large quantity of
general merchandise, ISO hogs for
Mr. Sol. Ephruin and $20,000 in gold
coin for Bishop it Co.
Mits. Dickson bus presented the
DeLong l'i)fi, (!. A. R. with a hand
some donation of $li0( the receipt of
which has been lujknowledgtd inveiy
graceful terms by Mr. R. W. Laine,
Commander of the Post.
CHI.VE3K express carnage ran
Oil liuocll SlJt'Ct yesieruay uuei-
..,.. ll.ii r!itvjirmmnt. linilditl!'
noon, "u--- -",";- o.
and in Jnnmiig into .--evcrul car
riages a.'"1 knocking over Sum Levi's
express,'-., 'oum- "J w-ln ll cr'"'n-
At the a ii'l meeting of tho Ha
waiian .locluT Club, held last night,
the ollicers 0 t' 1'ut.t year were all
re-elected for Hi" coming year.
Several new nicivber. were admitted
to the club, and tl m amount of purses
for the races of tli '-' Hth of June de
termined on. Slight clianges wcie
made, which appear i.'i tho published
To-monow afternoon, Thursday,
at half-past two o'c.ock, ti.eie will
bo a sale at the Y. M. C. A. hall, ol
useful and lamy articles, t-.ike, ico
cream, and candy. Tourists, will
also lliul on sale Hawaiian miiivciuis,
corals, fans, minio-,a bags, straw
braid, etc. The Society called the
"Lima Kokua" under the diieetion
of Mrs. C. M. Hyde, has been busy
lor several mouths preparing lor
this sale. The pioceeds go to Ka
wmahao .Seminary. No admission
fee is chin gud, and all who go will
he sure ot a good time and good
Professor Anderson had a very
good house again hist evening.
Most of the feats of the pluvious
welling were repeated, and some
new ones introduced. The decapita
tion act was performed with piiiper
surgical exactness. The ghastly act
was followed by the ludicrous
spectacle of the headless trunk
moving about and off the stage bear
ing the head under its urni. The
Indian basket feat was very cleverly
executed. Tlio whole exhibition
was 11 succession of startling tricks,
those who had seen thuni purtoiiucd
before being no less 11 ybfliicd tuid
ntiiuaed than If" limy worn ullnMnIng
tho Fiolessoi- s iiKihipiiifttioiis fur
tlio first time.
NEWS AJID HOPES.
Kiiuutt 15ii.t.r.Ti: According to
pioiins.e, I take pietism c in letting
.you know how wo tire progressing.
The- oriaiigeinents for the hot
medicated baths work well. Con
trary to predictions made by some
opposed to Dr. Goto's tientincnt,
that they would be tin; means of
greatly reducing- the patients in
weight, and perhaps of piosiruting
them, tiny have in the main acted
in u diiully opposite manner. A
majority ol those under tieutment
have gained more or los in weight,
one as much as lo pounds. Home
have about held their own, while in
a lew exceptional eases there has
been ii slight decrease.
J nm happy to say for myself that
I am impioviug all the time. Have
gained in tlesh about ten pounds,
now weighing uioiu than 11113 time
dm in'' the past two veins, and feel
so much better in all respects that
it is a siiipiUc to me.
I have taken the pains to inter
view most of the male patients under
tieatmcnt, and they all report ini
pioveinent, to u greater or less ex
tent, in-cording to the length of time
they have been under treatment.
All ale more than pleased, and have
blight hopes for the 1 11 tine. I hue
no doubt the improvement would
have been greater in some cases
if directions bad been faithfully
It U a fait that Dr. Goto is suc
ceeding admirably. Let those who
doubt it, come and see. The evi
dence is he:-e, and cannot be dis
puud. In this connection I would
say that anyone contemplating 11
isit bhould pioeuie 11 permit from
the l'l-csiiient ol the Huaidof Health,
which will save lliein from liny dilll
culty. Yours, etc.,
KakaalM, May 21.
THE LIQUOR LIC.NSE BILL.
(.1.1 amended on A'ichk Jlutdiny.)
An Act Amexdixo .Sections 1C, 1GA,
18 and -'IJ, (Jn.vrrEit II, of the
Laws of 1882, as Amended nv
ClIAI'TEU .'1(1 OF 'IHE I.AHMJI' 1881,
IEI..VIIMi IO llir. Ur.OEI.ATlON OF
iue .Sam; of Si-iurruoi's i.iquoiis.
lie it J'Jiiuctid by tie Kin; and
the Jsviinlatiee Avxunbly f the
lltnnijuiii Island in tlw Ltijisla
Inre of the A'inidom AscinbUd:
Section 1. Section 18 of Chap
ter -II of the Laws of 1882, is heic
by amended to read as follows:
".section 18. The sale and vend
ing ol spiiliious liquors shall be
regulated as to the time, place,
quantity and manner in which the
licensee is by such license authorized
to sell and dispose of such liquors,
by the terms of the license consist
ently with existing statutes, and any
person who shall sell, or cause to be
sold, any spirituous liquors, except,
as icgtil'atctl by his license or by
law, shall, for the llrst offense, be
lined not less than twenty-live dollars
nor more than llfty dollars, and for
the second offense be lined not less
than llfty dollars nor more than two
hundred dollars, and for the third
oll'ense shall forfeit his license and
be lined not less than two hundred
d'lllais nor iiioio than live bundled
dollars, or be imprisoned at hard
labor for not less than three months
nor more than six months, or be
both lined and imprisoned as afore
said at the discretion of the Com t;
provided, that in the event of the
destruction of the premises wherein
such trtilllu is carried on, the Minis
ter of the Interior may, at his dis
cretion, give such licensee permis
sion in writing to carry on such
tralllc on premise other than those
in the licence mentioned,"
Section 2. Section 211 of Chapter
1-1 of the Laws of 1882 is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 2.'1. Any person, other
than the anenl or servant of a per
son thereto licensed, who shall sell
or dispose of any spirituous liquors
within this Kingdom, or shall cause
or authorize then in any spirituous
liipiois to be hold or disposed by
any person employed, hired or en
gaged for such purpose, without
oeing thereto aulhoii.cd by license
as iu tbU Act piovided, shall, for
the Hist otfensu. be lined not loss
tlimi one hundred dollars nor moie
than Ihe bundled dollais, and for
every subsequent oll'ense, shall be
imprisoned lor not less than three
months nor moie than six mouths,
at hard labor, and shall also be lined
not less than live hundred dollars
nor more than one thousand dol
lars." Seciion 15. Section 10A of Chap
ter -M of the Laws of 182, as
amended by Section 3 or Chapter
.'!( of the Lawn of 1881, is heieby
amended to lead as follows:
"Section IDA. It shall not be
lawful for any retailer of spirituous
liquors, to sell the same to
minors or women, or to any person
or liersons who may be habitually
Seciion 1. Section 10 of Chap
ter 11 of tlio Laws of 1S82 is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 10. Such last mentioned
licc;)(e shall authorize the licensee
to m-II and dispose of any spirituous
liquors, by the gjass or single bottle,
on the premises therein spenilied,
between the hours of GsM o'clock
in the uiurnliig and 1 1 :.'10 o'clock ut
night, on eyeiy day except Sunday."
Section fi. This tit'l, bhall become
I law from unci after its anprovnj.
AltTtsTs' Materials, l'liKiues.l'iineb,
Stretchers, Ciinvim, etc., etc., at King
ihoa.' Ait s-toio. :s;u lit.
the long pioee-Mon of i-uh-moviiit
in the direction of
Davis ,fc WildcrV, fur gooiN on ice,
and other delicacies, after tlio urrivul
of the Australia. Ii8
Please tell your cook to go to No.
125 Foit street, three doors above the
Shooting Gallery, where he will be
taught by an expert Chinese Cook
how to piepuro tunny palatable dishes
out of Taro Hour, such as Hot Cukes,
Mullins, Taro Mush, &c, ic. Persons
desiious to know how to make ex
cellent poi will do well to call ut the
above mentioned place, where by u
new method the ALDKN FRUIT &
TARO COMPANY are enabled to
prepare this article in less than one
hours time. 'l"
gjBf" No further trouble need bo
encountcied in making l'oi out of
TARO FLOUR. If the foreign resi
dents will kindly place the circulars
in Chinese which 1110 enclosed in tbi.s
issue in the bands of their cooks,
they will receive full instructions
fiom an expeit Chinese cook as to
Taro Flour pieparatiuns, and thus be
enabled to avail themselves of this
most nutritious article. Instructions
for preparing and cooking taio llour
are gisi-u at
fiom '.) to 11
Foil stieet, tlnee
and fiom 7 to D 1.
Lahaina, May 11, 1880.
MESSUS. Al.l.EN ii RoillNSOS,
Deak Sius: In rcplj to your
favor of last week I beg to st:ue
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and 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 furthermore does not coat our
pipes and drum so much as the Cali
lorma Lime and should therefore be
used in every Sugar .Mill. I remain,
dear birs, yours repectfully,
The Hawaiian Lime has to be
slacked in hot juice in order to use it
Taro anil I Mi
llie Ciiltlvulloii or
INe of Taro Kloiir.
He it Fnacted, not by tho King and
the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legisla
ture of the Kingdom assembled,
but bv the Ai.di:n Fkfit and Tauo
See. 1. That the Flour as now
manufactured by the Company is of
superior excellence and undoubted
Sec. 2. That all persons who de
sire excellent l'oi should use the Taro
Flour for making the same.
Sec. 11. That inuHiiis made fiom
Taro Flour possess qualities not ob
tained when made from other in
gredients. Sec. -1. That for a breakfast dish
nothing can com pare with Taro
Flour Mush, eaten with milk and
sugar as the taste dictates.
Sec. 5. That griddle or hot cakes
made from Taro Flour are unsur
passed. Sec. 0. That if one wishes to re
gain health and strength, their diet
should consist largely of Taro Flour
Sec. 7. Taro Flour, if piopcrly pre
pared will make the most despond
ent person happy. Taro mush iiuil
milk is delicious. Ladies sigh and
children cry for it.
Sec. 8. Every one should use
Taro Flour, it is highly recommended
by the entire medical profession.
For sale by all gioeers. Try a bag
ami ask your friend to do the same.
I stepped Into my room one day,
And -uw some children tliein at play;
I sought my little gill, and found her
Willi half a" do.i-u young-ter-s rmuul her,
And from the way she slapped the rule,
I Knew that they weie 'playing tliool."
I gave iny ll'llo gbl a kls
A pleu-uii- that I never niNs;
A mill idii i- tin o 1 1 1 1 the selioolroom run,
A smile pervaded every (e.iltne,
' llts iliil-! bea eoiiiliilllee.inan!"
Tliev loud cM-luliiicd, ,4he kissed the
A TON OF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS.
An assertion that the President
and his (Jabinct weigh nearly a ton
would seem at Hist appeal ance
rather a startling one, 'but ll is not
bo far from the fact. The lalk
about the physical condition of Air.
.Manning brings out the fact that he
uelgliu;) at the time of his attack
;J2 poumln. lie had gained over
Jo pounds since lie came into his
position at the Tieasnty. The Presi
dent h not behind him iu weight.
They are very miieli alike in figure,
height anil physical peculiaiitios,
There aro several of the Cabinet
members who must weigh nearly 200
pounds each. .Seeietaiy Lamar is
tall, binad-blioulilcreil and well-developed
physically, and must tip the
beam at about that figure, Gailuud
is a big man, veiy tall and muscu
lar. He is not far fiom 2H0 iu
weight. ISiiynrd i not far behind
him, neither is Kudicott. Vilas and
Whitney must average up about 17.0
pounds each, l'ut the eight men
the J'jesidont and his Cabinet on
the sculi, ud you will llud they do
not fall many liuudri'dwclglit below
u ton. Ciueinniiti 'J'iuie-Htar,
A mini bus been lined iu Cincin
nati fnf liatliiug in Iho resmvoir
wlijoli biipilich tho ety wuter. Ah
no one dunks wuter iu that city,
wliyforoV Aitu Calu.
A Sin II, hmwn TRIP H
HLTEIl. -il-.,i 'J I'O'fM
ol 1. 'I In llnib'i A-iil 3'' -luwnrd
ol f, on i.niuln",
the said dm' 10 KM Q'H-mi
ill) MANL'KJi RKIS.
per .s. Ail tral lu, on the ifith,
Iii tlie Ice Room :
Ueleiy, llorMrtidl.sh It iot, Sicily Lem-uu-,
ltuli But or. Also,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
Block Codtl-b, New Yoik Clucso,
and a huge iissoriiuent of
Groceries and Provisions.
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
XT. HXA-TrT -Sc OO.
ant. T1IEO. II.
OlKS'il thin all
.j liou-eh-'ld :ii-ioiints(igiin--l linn be
fuinMiid dining till- week -U 'l
AM LB aid MR. OHOnK
hiir lmliies under thi
VI It II.
i.l I .s i- K
amin- ot Tin Yuen A t, liavlug inline
in iisli inuiit ol all their properly to
die iimlulsijiiiid lor the ' cuellt ot tlieh
eieilltorx. notice l hereby given to ml
persons to pie-ent tliclr claims against
i he said lb in within "lie. month from
dule, hi tin- ollli'i- of
I.I) IlOl'F-OHLAKGKR & Co,
Assignee, of Tun V nun v. Co.
Honolulu, Mayan. s0. il" .It
T1117KSDAY, May 27(li,
At 1 J noon, I will sell at unction, ut in)
nibs oom, lor account of whom it limy
24 cs Golden Sheaf Whiskey,
in Iijinl, In wicker bottles marked
F & I
"lightly iliiningfd on voyage of bnpoitn
Don ex" birk .Nelllu M. sluile troui Haw
York lo Honolulu.
EST Terms cash, in U. S. Gold Coin.
.LEWIS .J. L.EVEY,
U" 21 Auctioneer.
Assignee's Sale. !
Uy order of l lie A-dgniu of the Hunk
u I E lute of Klin K-n&fo.. I will
-uli at public auction, ut my salesroom,
On FKIDAY, 3Iay SStli,
at 10 .u.. the "hole of tli-stork be.
longing to said Estate, consisting of
.Prints, Delaines, Ginghams,
Silks, Satins Laces, Woolen I)rus
Good', Table Damask, White and
Brown Cotlons Hcd-prcnils, Hluu.
kets, Mo-ipiito Netting, Table Cov.
ers, Hoots mid Shoes, Hosiery,
Hats & Caps, Ribbons,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Luce Curinino,
inuiKs, .luwuiry, -Mens mill Hoys'
Clot in', Shirts Shawls, Glass Show
Wo Bhould Blot Out Diseaso
in Its Early Stages.
The ill-case coiuiiii-ucis with a slight
ileiaugeinoiit of the stomach, but, if
neglected, It Iu tluui mvolvei the whole
fr.iuie, cinliriicmg thu kidueyii, liur,
panuiens and in fact the uiiine gland,
ular system; mid thu Hlllieled dr.igs out
u luiseritblu existence until deuth gives
lelief from sutUriug. 'liu iliseu-e is
often mistaken for other complaints;
Inn if the leader will ask IiIiiimiII the
lollowing qui stloiw he will be uhle to '
ileleiiuiui- whether he hiniJelf N one of I
the alllicted: Have 1 distress, piiu, or
illllleulty iu breuthhig nfter filling? Is
there n dull, heavy leeling, ultenued by
iliowsine-s? II.no the eyes a yellow
lingc? Does u thick, siieky uimou
gutunr uboiit the giiuis and teeth in Ihe
inoruiugH, uccompiuiidl by a disagru-.
aide tiMe? Is the loiiguu eo.itul? I
there pain iu the sides and baeliV Is
there a fullness about the light side us
ll iliu liver weie ciilmgiiigr Is tliein
veiilgo or dlz.lue-' when lising suit
ileal) fiom mi lionoiitul pnshionr Aid
thu secretions fiom Ihe Milucjs liluhly
eoloiiied, with a depovit ufti r hlnnillng'i'
Dies food ferment soon after eailng,
aeeogipunied by Ihituknce or belching
ol gas fioin the siom.u-lit Is there trit
ipieiit i.ilpitiltliiu if the lieu IV Thc-f
vuiioiia syinptouio muy noi be present ul
one liuie, hill lhe lorn t-ut ihe snllvier
in turn us the il'ieiulful ili-eae ii
gius-i-s. If iho i. ise he one of Inn.
standing, ihern will be n Uiy, liiiulilnr
cough, attended utter u linn- ti. t'.jiei
torunon. In eiy uilnuied htugus the
skin itssiiuiiis u ilirlv In . . w nt -li uppeat.
nine, and the lninus and ftelmecouri1
by a cold stici.y peispliutiou. A- the
li'L-r nnd khluevn bicoiue moie am)
inure ill cased, ilieiuiiutic puliM lipin-ar,
anil ihe inuiil 1 1 in iiu'iit 1 1 1 1 v i . eiiuieh
iiuaxaillug uyiiiu-l i he 1 iltei ugonii-lnj,'
I lie oilu'ln ot Ibis niulaily I-.
inillu'estlnn or ihpil) It, and u rtiuub
qilillliy of the plliper llledieiiii- wld
leiili.vo thu disi-ui! It tal.iii in it ilieip-hiii-y.
It K mo8t iuipotlant lliul tin-iIimm-o
should be prouip ly and propeily
Heme I. in its llrt iti.e-, when a llltle
mciilelui) will i-U'erl ii cine, nnd oven
when it 1 1 1 1 obluim-d ii stioug liold the
collect lenictly sliouhl bu pi'ii-eu-d In
until every estlgc of the disease is
ei'.iilhuted,' until the appetite liu-. U-turn-i-il,
and tho digu''tio ornnns ii".tored lo
a healthy condition. The sun- t and
moil I'llectmil reiiiedy lor thin dilie-K
nig coinphi'iit l SoIkoI'm ;urutlvo
.Silip." a ogetuhli! piepaiuiion mid by
all uliiiiiiUts ud iiuliiiiiin ciiloii
tlieoilghoiit Ihe wiulil, .iiid b thu ji.o.
prletoii., A. .1, While, f.iuiltcd, l.onuon,
K. 0. Tills. H r ii siill.li at Iho ni
l'oiinilullon of the ilbcist-, imtl ilihus It,
mot and bratieh, mil ot thu i-ysU"ii. A-k
your eliciiiiat tor SeiijelD Uuiutho
, sired. (!I8
Qvu-ii.1 mm iTcini-u-n It, uerclitiilft
b. V. r lViicoih liu Ilaielv. j
stlei: l'.-issroi js i veil Inline ' '
For p,Hln ullll . Il.;.h '.o
IMI'uM .. .-.. . . .i "'.
WanltMi to Let,
9 NIC'HIY FfUMIIKI) KOOMh,
j-i one of wlili-li v. Iiniulaoiuo large
fionl ro'iin, to be vii.nnt.iii the fitli of
ne.l inoiuli M iv licseeurid hv oidllcg
uirly ut MRH. MeUU.NNKI.L'.S,
ill! tt Uardeu Lane.
Ud.NO 1 L'L.N Hllt Iv I E of Ho.
iixluln. ii-iii, iiuving made an
ii'mgiitni t "f ail tbi-ii pr '1'iriy, elc, to
the lliideisitree fur the belli lll'iif their
eieillioi", imtl c I l.t-rcht is i veil lo nil
person l r.- ni ili.-ir etnlin UL'.illiit
the aid (2 unit: Y ii-ii oiU Ivee within
one inoiiili .loin ilute lo M. Loulfson. ut
the ollliu of M. . Grlubilllll iV Co.,
Iloiioliilu, -iliil all pelsOlH liidebleil lo
-ulil (Jiimig Yuen Yoik Ki'm ute hereby
lupie-tul lo iiiuke lintneiliiite pivinent
tolheiiiiiler-ignid. M LOTI-SON,
Ax-tgnee nf Qiiuiig uen York Kee.
llniiohilii, Muy !M tssn. (! lw
IIEKE Y u-pn-ifiillv notify my
I Iue Ut ami ihe public 111 general,
linn I iiiie fi inoxt'ii my biiine to ihe
lluwiill hi G hi i.ij.u M iiiiifiiiMiiriug Co,
uhiic lean no lunnd lo ntteiid to in)
eu-ioiiiei- as iinal. Milicltun: u eoii.
tiiiiiiiin e ol ilieir ii,iro'iiue, und thank.
nig .In- public for i"l fnvois,
I inn, uio-t ineereh vouiu,
E G. 011 U.MAN.
Iln .o, In, A rll tin. Iimi. -UU mi
! OV lo alien G.uil u work, clean
Ilooc ami IIiIl'kv. 'Hid ditvt! u
Utile. A go"d limne olicrul, liliil $111 H
tiioiiiii. Apply to J. E. HISKMAN,
'II " Ufii'l Diisinu-is Agint.
A ;t year-old "Venture"
t,'ibr, well broken to
harness is kind nnd
3 nentlu and a lust tra.
veier. j-.uquire ai o.
17 Einniii .tiu'-t. or at
;i.i U Tlllj OFFK E.
The White House,
No. llSNuuutiu strtet,
Xicoly Fnrnisliiul Itooius,
with or without board.
:ffl ly M Its. JOS. VIKHKA.
WOLFE & CO.
" FOR SAV.E,
1 Second-hand Billiard Table,
sl.o Ji.lO, luaiiilliieliiri'd by I Lie.
senfelil, F., eii-liions a'te quick
nnd it is in good ider. 1 Iium- also
ov lJIUiiii-I CloUtH,
which will lit ii large tuble. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, new.
:i:tlm V., I. MiCAUTIIY.
I 776--J U L Y 4th-1 886
AT CANTIiK &. COOKK'S.
A huge and splendid
Assortment of Fireworks
JU-.1 ut bund from New York direct ut
'.! plii e-lo --uil the liine. liu
Craigside to be Let.
- rI"HL above ltflilturt) of Mr. Theo.
I 1 II I) ivies, coniniisiui; 4K ucies
of land, nnd
ii Coiiijilole Houses,
whleh viil liu lit tepanitely or together.
If,- Very llbeial
ed ' Ood lenuiilK.
TIIKO. U. DAVIKS ACO.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
kl Mill St, MioliU.
My iito-l faithful ii'ieirloii uiU'alie
giM-n fur the
Purchase ot Merchandise
lloiiobilii for Hie resldeiiN
dl'Vclill l-buel- f -' I ur
Oil jin. UrvM' Si Co.'m
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shipper will plcuM ImUc notice that thu
IJeusoii, uuisier, will Inml In lloeton for
ih: pit in .ll)i.Y in xt,
tiir For fuitliir pariieiilurn apply to
0. BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu, Muy 10, 1680. U30 Oiy
mmmfcM . ,
14 The Mystery of
Quunel Scene from Hrlnsbv Sheridan's fnuiotM Coin. Iv "
Professor Anderson will I'liinct' u Sword right tnro igli
In the center of the SIiil'c.
A Spirit Form will Float in Mltl.nir
14 IVeAv -Vctfs.
Great Wizurd of the North , nnd
Louise Maude Anderson.
Aro now ptcparcd to furnish in quuntltie-i t- suit piirclui-er-
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
I'aekcd in sullaUe i on'aitiers for transhipment betm-en the Is'ands nnd for
foreign slilpuieuu Spix-iul rders will li? rieehed nnd p.u Led hi iiny style re.
The Agents liuve etin-tiintly on hand u STOCK of thi CrXKUltATEl) AHTI.
CLK, nnd will he phnsidfjo furnish consiuneM with pamphlets comuluing direc
tions for u-e.
Orders can be sent lo
New Goods, Just Received !
Shell' Ilimlwnru, Locks, Jvnol:s, 1'ad lucks
I A full line of Agato Ware, Iloic-e Fuinohuiu . . m . t .
I tors, Water Fillers and Coolerh, Ice ( he
j new imtlerii, Knv I.awn iloweti", Dooi
Hoe, 1'lek nnd Folk Handles,
Socket and Planters'
Cut-down Miifekctb, I'owder, Slmt
The hiti-ft noveltii-H Iu 1inip g md the
llerr llios Furniture iiruisli.
Tie Pacific Hardware Coi'y, LMied
BlnckKiiiitli Work ;
79 & 81 Kit Street
ISnt i-uiMM'H lVoin Iviny: .mil Zl fi-i-lmiit
Every description of work iu the above linen j erfo-imd in a I'rM eliisi manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
3T Bell Trie-phone, 107. -fca (3iT I) fc" lei Ti-lephmie. Ifi7 -
OHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER
Keiit Fuinlly Ueef ; kt-es und hiilr bbls. l'lv Pork: F.i-iirn I'lork C IIWb; Smokt-d
Halibut; Ox 'I'onuiies; Limili Toupuit; .-innkid Huf; Ji nei. Clncleu; I'upie
IIiiiiih and llueon; l-t-niinio M .pie ?yiii ; Onlu Mu 1) t; Fri-liN-w O-'ulim
.MoliisM-.s; Jiiiiih; .lellle; Honey, iu fdis und tins; No. 1 Flour; Whctil; Mild
Cliee-e; Uernieu, and a
General Assoital of Simile and Fancy Groceries.
All o ei
O. I tux
KflMMMeV r&i A
P.O. BOX 3ID.
F', - TAI'.M
General Business Agent.
Heal Ehtute Atent,
Wilde V .S.eiiui.hlp Airent,
Ureal i:urllu(,'toii ltailio,ul Ayuul
the Arabian Sack 14
Tu wunol for Scntidul."
Ins body w-lillc standing
& TARO CO.
IRWIN & Co.,
Agents for Hie lluw.iiiuu I l.inils.
iS. .!i.m tt i Itefriei ru.
Ik Wh-tc Mu
Mum, (iiiub n
i n I. Cu Miu 1-rit-zcik,
ii ii i n .1 l.ui tows, Axe,
Hoes, a Superior Article,
ml ' ipif-.
-ry I! -t u i
l'oi - 1-1 I
ul i .mil si-. -1
-i e in I
i si ii
i! Ki-r-i-i-ne Oil
1 1 i .lies bv
Old Else Praia,
Between Fori and Alakca Slreots.
nttentioa and piompt delivery.
- IIKI 1-7U.
I lonol 11 I 11. II,
u 'nm IlmiM' ltioker,
Minngpr II "iill-ui Opoiu llnm-o,
Flru ami Life Insurance AucuU