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Government physician nt Mnkawao j
ihul, that nn English school he es
tablished nt Kuan, Muni; Ord, that
$1,000 bo appropriated for a school
house there; -Mi, that two consta
bles be appointed at Kumi ; fith,
tliat skuting rinks he licensed. Re
ferred to Committee on Misoel
minister Oulick, from ttie Print
ing Committee, presented the repot t
of the Attorney-General, icady for
Rep. Keau rend a llrst time an act
amendatory of the law legmriuig the
practice in police anil district courts.
lly It no person Is allowed to prac
tise law without n license, provided
that n person may appear to defend
or prosecute his own cause. Passed
to second reading.
The same member presented a
resolution that 81,000 bo appropri
ated for improving the road loading
to the Insane Asylum, and moved it
bo laid on the table to be considered
with the Appropriation llill. Carried.
The President informed the house
that the resolution of the Minister of
Foreign Affairs to I Ion. Godfrey
Rhodes was now in his hands, en
grossed ready for presentation.
On motion of Hep. Keau a com
mittee was appointed by tho Presi
dent, to present the resolution to the
lion, noble, Namely: Heps. Keau,
Pnehaolo and Nahinu.
Rep. Pahia read a first timo a bill
to regulate the making and main
tenance of roads. It provides that
the Road Supervisor, District or
Police Magistrate and Deputy Sher
iff constitute a Road Board, to have
charge of the building, repairing
and improving of roads. Passed to
Rep. Kauliauc read a first time a
bill to provide for a Board of Uoad
Commissioners. Passed to second
Minister Neumann read a first
time a bill to provide for an oilicial
stenographic reporter for the courts
of tho kingdom, and to define his
duties. Passed to second reading.
Rep. Kekoa presented a resolu
tion that an appropriation of $10,
000 be made for the purpose of add
ing to tho fund now in tho hands of
the Hilo Boarding School trustees,
and moved it bo laid on the table
with petitions on tho same subject.
OltDEll OF THU DAT.
, On motion of Noble Cleghorn the
Assembly took up the order of the
Third reading of the Act amend
ing the law relating to the regulation
of tho sale of spirituous liquors.
, Rep. Richardson moved the bill
Rep. Kaulukou moved to amend
sec. -1 by striking out the word
"single" before "bottle."
Rep. Thurston moved that tho
ayes and noes be called, which car
ried, and the vote resulted as fol
lows: Ayes Ministers Gibson and Ka
pena; Nobles Kane, Bush, Kanoa
and Macl'arlano ; Representatives
Ilaysolden, Keau, Lilikalani, liakor,
Kaulii, Brown, Kauiia, Kaulukou,
i- . rr "T..1...1 X.i l,....
ralua, lvauuauiuiiu, .rumu.iv, umuu,
Kaukau, Richardson, Castle, Kauai
and Palohau 23.
Noes Nobles Dominis, Cleghorn,
Judd. Wilder, Martin and Purkcr;
Representatives Amara,"Vight, Knu
bano, Kalua.'Dickoy, Thurston, Pne
haolo and Dole 11.
Rep. Kalua moved the bill pass.
TJep. Kaulukou said that Rep.
Castle probably voted aye in order
to move for a reconsideration.
Rep. Castle said tho lion, member
bad rightly interpreted his vote, lie
moved to reconsider the question,
and argued against lelaxing tho
' restrictions on the liquor traffic,
which had been imposed n accord
ance with the views of former high
Rep. Ilaysolden raised the point
of order that a motion to reconsider
-was not debatable, which the chair
declined to sustain.
Rep. Castlo then said it being
twelve o'clock, he would move the
house adjourn till half-past one.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the previ
ous question, which was put and
Itep. Castlo raised tho point of
order that tho previous question re
Qu.'rcrt a two-thirds voto.
M"ister Gibson contended, against
the in st speaker, that the previous
question was not in pgiio in Eng
land, and did not require a to
i,iria vntc In the United States.
Rep. D.olo spoke in favor of tho
Tho President ruled that, as tho
rules of this Assembly were silent
on the point and tho American prac
tice, according to standard woiks,
was against it, n majority voto was
The motion to reconsider was put
Rep. Wight then moved to amend
section 4 by adding tho words, ''and
if by tho bottle, not more than one
botto shall be sold to the same per
son on tho same day." He said he
advocated tho interests of the peo
ple and not those of tho liquor deal
ers, lie wanted to put difficulty in
tho way of sending one messenger
repeatedly nftcr liquor, contrary to
tho desire of the lion, member for
Hilo (Kaulukou) expressed the
Hep. Thurston moved tho house
adjourn till half-past 1 o'clock.
On motion of Rep. Thurston w
.oyca and noes were taken on RoPr
WlflUt'B ftniBMlrant, ifhloh molted
m its oemg lost on tue following
Noes Ministers Gibson, Gulick,
and Neumann; Nobles Kane, Bush,
Kanoa, and Macfarlano ; Reps, llay
sclden, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker, Ka
ulii, Brown, Kaulln, Kaulukou,
Pallia, Kaunamano, Nahale, Nahinu,
Alfolo, Kaukau, Richardson, Thurs
ton and Kauai 24.
Ayes Noblc3 Bishop, Cleghorn,
Judd, "Wilder and Martin; Reps.
Amara, Wight, Kauhane, Kekoa,
Kalua, Castle, Dickey, Paehaole
and Dole M.
The bill then passed as amended.
Rep. Brown moved the house nd
tourn till 10 o'clock, to-morrow, as
the committee to visit public squares
and grounds were going out this
Rep. Pahia, in answer to Minister
Neumann, said the committee of 13
on police would meet immediately
At 12 :15 the Assembly adjourned
till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
U$ grtUjj Jttl.U:Un,
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 188G.
S 8 Australia from San Frauoteeo
Sehr Nettle .Men 111 from Lahalua
SehrMlllo Morris from T.anal
Stinr. Dowsctt from I'nlii
Sclir Canute for Papalkou
Sehr Khukai for Walalua
Stinr Dowf-ctt for Pala
VESSELS LEAVIHG TO-MORROW.
Sehr Nettie Merrill for Laliahia
Sehr Mllle Morris forl.anal
From San FraiicUco, per S S Austra
lia, May JR Chas Lux and wife, .Mrs A
A Sargent and son, Mis M 10 Banks and
son, Itobt Wallace and wife, W P
Thomas, O llorswlll, W L Adams,
Maurice laseuave. Miss Gertrude Ellis,
OGoidon and wife, M'is Jorau, It S
Mooie, A Wesselii, .las J Turner, Chus
Chebourg, Ow Way and 02 steerage.
carcoesTfrom island" ports.
Nettle Merrill 1,007 sugar.
Stinr Dowsett 1,300 do.
Sehr Mlllo Morris 200 sheep.
The Ceylon sailed yesterday with 11,
427 bags of sugar valued at 972,377.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Blowino like six bits" is the lat
est sea phrase.
Tun Hawaiian Chinese News Co.'a
new printing piess arrived by tho
Australia last night.
Tun G. A. R. entertainment at tho
Y. M. C. A. ball Saturday night will
not only bo free to all, but highly in
teresting. Mil. L. Kaneke, a member of tho
Honolulu Ititles, in tho employ of
Lewis & Co., is now at tho Queen's
Hospital with typhoid fever.
Tin: meeting of the British Bene
volent Society takes place Thurbday
evening of next week, and not this
evening, as previously announced.
A i.imitkd supply of fiesb fruits
and vegetables came to tho local
grocers whoso lists appear in our ad
vertising columns. Early application
is necessary, or you will loco your
T Jir.ni: will bo a farowoll Reception
given Mr. Then. 11. Davies, by tho
Young Men's Christiun Association
in their hall at 7:30 this evening.
Tho perhonal friends of Mr. Davies
and tho Y. M. O. A. Boys aro in
vited to be proecnt.
To-.MOituow morning, at 10 o'clock
Mr. L. J. Levey will submit to auc
tion, at bis salesroom, Queen street,
goods belonging to tho bankrupt
estate of Kim Yon it Co., including
prints, woolens, silks, satins, laecs,
and a thousand other things.
Tin: S. S. Australia, H. Webber
master, was signaled off Wnimanalo
at about 4.30 o'clock yesterday after
noon and at 0 arrived off port. Sho
was not moored at tho wharf and her
pahbcngcrs landed until nearly 10
o'clock. Tho steamer left San Fran
cisco May lilth at 2. i M. Sho brings
10 cabin pacsengers and 02 steerage,
fifty of whom ate Chinese. She also
brings l,(i00 tons of freight.
This evening Professor Andcreon
will give a grand performance nt tho
Opera House, including 14 nowhets,
among which are a dance by the
(.keletoiiB of Ajax and Ibid and spirits
floating in tho air. A matinee for
ladies and cbjldien will ho given
Saturday afternoon, lit which 25 cents
admission only will bo charged. Sat
urday night will bo tho last of tho
Autists' Materials, Plaques, Pnnols,
Stretchers, Canvas, ete.,ote,, at King
Bros.' Art store. 334 Ot,
Yum I Yum I Tho Choicest Crenm
and Fancy Candies just opened at
the Elite Ico Cream Parlors! Try
Joj.v tho long procession of customers-
moving in tho direction of
Davis & Wilder's, for goods on ice,
and other delicacies, after tho arrival
of tho Australia. 3"
Tun uti: SxEi'iiKJf B. Guion, of
steamship fame, was insuied in tho
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Now York under policies No. 081 and
No. 8,583, each for )?2,500. They were
paid last week, tho "additions" to
both amounting to $7,098, $2,098
moio than the face of the policies,
and exceeding tho premium by
anf mi '
SJ3.894.83. Mr. Quion's first polloy
was taken out In the second year of
tills company's existence.
S. G. WILDER, AGENT.
Wkst, Dow & Co. havo received
ex "Auotinlia" a large assortment of
Bedroom Sets and Bureaus, and Bu
reau Withstands, Tables, Towel
Racks, scpniate from rets; nlso,
Chairs for old and young ; Bedsteads
and Baby Cribs, Children's Rockers,
Pillow Sham Holders, Lunch Bas
kets, Hat Racks, Easels, Brackets,
School Bags, Baseballs, Croquet Sots,
Magic Pistols, Dolls and Rattles,
Harmonicas, Picture and Cornice
Mouldings and Sheet Music, Music
Books, Instruction Books, etc., etc.
Dates to the 19th inst., per S. S.
Tttn onisis is uiu:r.ci:.
The foreign fleet, with the excep
tion of one vessel of each Power,
has left Stula bay and has completed
the blockade of the Greek coast.
Tho Government has warned all
vessels that If they leave port It will
be at their own risk. Tho issue of
shipping papers has been stopped
and the commercial world is excited.
The allied licet, which put back
to Candia under n stress of weather,
has again started for the Pi rams.
A despatch of tho 11th bays:
Tho Poite has notified the Powers
that a body of Greek irregulars is
advancing toward the frontier, and
that Turkish troops have been or
dered to repel it. Tho Ottoman
bank will advance the Porte $!!,
750,000. Tho French Minister to Greece
sailed for France on the 13th.
Tim CUOLKKA. IN ITAt.T.
Rome, May 7. During the past
twenty-four hours twelve new cases
of cholera and four deaths have
been reported at Venice, live cases
and two deaths at Viccnza, and six
teen cases and six: deaths at Barioa.
On the 8th, ten new cases of
cholera and four deaths in the pro
vince of Venyo, and fifteen addi
tional cases and five deaths in
Advices from Brindisi of tho 9th,
report fifteen now cases of cholera
and live deaths from the disease,
and from Venice nine new cases and
On the 11th, Bari returned thirty
five new cases of cholera and eleven
deaths. Venice, nine new cases
and seven deaths. Brindisi, three
A despatch of tho lGth says,
since the last previous returns, five
new cases of cholera and two deaths
have been reported at Venice nnd
fourteen new cases and four deaths
Tho Irish Home Rule measure
was the all-absorbing topic of the
country. Tho second reading of
tho new Home Rule bill took place
in the House of Commons on the
10th. At the hour of opening the
house was crowded" at every part.
Tho defeat of tho ministry on this
measure seems to have been a fore
gone conclusion. A London corres
pondent of the N. Y. World, under
date of the 18th, says, "I am ena
bled to announce on the highest
authority that the defeat of the
Government is to bo followed by tho
immediate dissolution of Parlia
ment." This view is corroborated
by other despatches. On the 18th,
Gladstone carried a motion that the
House devote four of the nights out
of five given to Parliament business
every week, to the debate of the
Home Rule bill. The proposal pro
duced a sensation, as it had conic to
bo generally believed, without any
clearly definite reason why, that tho
Government had about given up the
hope of carrying their measure, and
would bring on n crisis as early as
In Ulster, hitherto the most loyal,
if not the only loyal of the flvo pro
vinces, the agitation against tho
Home Rule bill wns assuming a
very threatening character. A des
patch of the 14th states that moro
fliearms have been sold in London
derry in tho past three months than
were sold during the previous four
years. Orders have just been given
tiicro for a thousand new rifles.
Crowded meetings of Orangemen
were held nt.Nowry and Mourno, at
which pledges were given not to sub
mit to a Dublin Parliament and not
to pay taxes.
' Tho Oraiiegemcn of Lurgan,
County Armagh, were enrolling
themselves in military associations
for tho purpose of resisting a homo
rulo government. It wns stated that
in tho event of an Ulster rebellion
a royalist expedition would be ready
to march on Dublin, leaving strong
garrisons in Ulster and an army of
observation on the Shannon.
The Grand Orango Lodge In New
York sent n cable- message to M.
JohtiBon, M. P. offering to assist
tho inhabitants of Ulster.
A similar message was forwarded
from Orangemen in Canada.
Tho Orangemen of Australia sent a
despatch to tho Loyalists of Ireland
promising aid to them Jn their en
deavors to prevent the adoption of
Gladstone's Homo Rule scheme,
Fearful storms and cyclones swept
over portions of Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, Missouri and Kansas,
causing immense destruction of pro
perty, nnd great loss of life.
The New York Times of tho 17th
says of ox-Prcsidont Arthur: His
condition lias been steadily growing
ij-"iiWv- "As. '&&.?... .J
wprie during the po week, out ho
has not relapsed so far as to have
lost all the ground gained during his
unexpected rally about ten days
ago. The sudden nnd unexpected
rallies followed by gradual but
steady declines, are peculiarities of
Arthur's disease, well-known to
physicians, and arc watched by them
witli gravo fear3.
Thero was n panic in oil, May
18th, in Pittsburg, caused by the
failure of Craig & Lowrie, one of
the largest oil firms In the country.
In the Pittsburg market the suspen
sion of Craig is considered the most
important event that has occurred
In the history of the trade.
The Biooklyn, N. Y., sugar
workers' strike has been declared at
an end and the union dissolved.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpilK Annual Meeting of tho British
JL Benevolent Socleiv will tic held at
tin- British Club on THURSDAY, Juno
Hid, nt 7:30 lM.
.IAS. A. KENNEDY, HccV.
Honolulu, Muy 27, 18b0. fUi)ili.iuit-tu-tli
Spooial Auction Sato of
On SA.TUKDAY, Muy 20ili,
At 12 o'clock noun, nt our Salesroom,
Queen street, we will sell at
1 2-Seat Exp. Wagon
1 SInalc Sent Open Buggy,
1 Bide B'tr Brewster Top Buggy,
1 Op Bmrjrj, 1 Brale,
1 Baggage Express,
1 Carriage Horse.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
39 2t Auctlonccrr.
Administrator's and Administratrix's
BY order of David .Mauaku, Adminis
trator, and ilolmlu Monnnull, Ad
ministratrix, 'of the Estutc of the Into
John jMoiinunli, decenscd, wo will sell
at public auction, nt our Snlestoom,
On SATUltDA Y, May 29th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
1 large Bullock Cart
1 Pair Work Oxen, In good condition;
1 Boiler, 1 Pump, Pipes and Fixtures,
Lately m-ed in the Pol Manufactory,
2 Horses, Broke to Harness,
1 Mule, broke to harness; 1 Carriage.
ADAMS & CO.,
rpiIE NEW METHOD of making Pol
X out of Tnro Flour has reduced
tho time from )i hours to only 1
hour. The old method of cooking it
in a bug him teen diKcurrted. There
Is no need of buililiair n fire
(specially flu- ilio jhijono,
hut it run he cooked at tho same timo
that the oilinuiy incut Is being
Take an agate Iron or porcelain lined
suucupau, and pour Into it one part of
Taro Flour to two parts of water. Mix
well and be sure there are no lumps.
I'luee the saucepan over a good tiro nnd
stir the flour nnd water with a wooden
spoon or stick until It becomes thick,
which win take iroin 6 to o minutes,
according to heat employed. After it
is thick occasional thorough stirring is
necessary, adding a little warm water
from time to time to prevunt Its getting
too thick. Let It simmer for nearly nn
hour and he almost ns stiff as paiiii
that is, quite thick, l'ut it into a cala
bash or lnrgo bow), and le it stand
from two to three dajs, when It will be
come nice nnd tart.
Should tho I'ol show a tendency to
become cloggy or lumpy, it can easily
ho remedied by smoothing down with a
potato masher or wooden spoon,
Persons preferring sweet pol will And
that by cooking tho (lour according to
thn above instructions while preparing
their ovenlng meal and letting it btnnil
over night it will be In proper condition
for use on the following morning. !i8
By order of the Assignee of the Bunk,
runt Estate of Kim Yen & Co.. I will
sell nt public auction, at my salesroom,
On FRIDAY, May 28tli,
nt 10 a.m., the whole of the stock be.
longing to biiid Estate, coindcliug of
Prints, Delaines, Ginghams,
( Silks, Sntins, I.accs, Woolen Dress
' Ooods, Table Dnmusk, White and
Brflwn Cottons, Bedspreads. Blan
kets, Mosquito Netting, Table Gov.
ers, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery,
Hate & Caps, Ribbons,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Lncu Curtains,
Trunks, Jewelry, Men's and Boyt-'
Clothing, Shirk), Shawls, Glass Show
Al'.OY to uttend Gulden work, clinn
Horse and HuggV, and drive a
little. A good homo nll'urcd, and $10 n
month. Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
311 Qen'l Business Agent.
COLT, well uiokcn to
harness, U kind and
ostjentlo and a fast tra.
veiur. .r.nnuiro ni no,
17 Emma street, or at
85 lwj THIS OFFICE.
iJiiLi Lit! .-'t'viii''AiSl.tjSw.AV
D, AMF.E nud MR. OIIOOK
SKK. ilnlair liualnoss under tho
name of Tan Yuen ft (Jo., having made
nn assignment of all their properly to
the unaurslgmd tor tho benefit of their
creditors, notice it hereby Riven to nil
persons to present their claims against
tho said firm wilhln one month from
date, at tho otllru of
ED. nOFF.iOIILAEGEIt & Co ,
Assignees of Tan Yuen & Co.
Honolulu. .May 20, 1880. 37 8t
pur s.s. Au tralla, on the 2(ltli,
111 the Ice Room
m .inn i fin .1
Celery, Horseradish Bool, Sicily Leni.
ous, Koll Butter. Also,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
Block Codflh, New York Oliecic,
and u large nsoriiiicnt of
Groceries and Provisions.
FOlt SALE UHKAP BY
I. MAY Sc CO.
HOUSK nnd 1'icmWc lately occupied
by W. i;. l'uicoek, on Beietauia
street. l'oU'!siou Kiven Immediately.
For particulars, apply to
2j gw JOHN' COIjUUUN.
Wanted to Lot,
9 NIOEBY KUHX1S1IKD BOOMS,
j-t one of which Is n handsome large
front room, to lie vueaiiton the otli ol
ncNl month. .Muy he seen ml hv culling
carl v at MBS. JleUON NE1.T8,
30 tf Ko.l Onrdcii Lane.
QUONQ YUEN YOKK KEE of Ho.
nolulu, Onlni, having made nn
assignment of all their property, etc., to
the undersigned for the benefit of their
creditors, notice is hereby given to all
persons to present their claims against
tho said Quong Yuen York Keo within
one mouth from date to M. Louleson, at
the olllee of M. S. Uriulmum & Co.,
Honolulu, nnd all persons indebted to
said Quong Yuen York Kce are heruby
requested to make immediate payment
to tho undersigned. M. LOUISSON,
Assignee of QuoDg Yuen York Keo.
Honolulu, May '.'4, 1880. 30 lw
X HEREBY respectfully notify n;y
trieuds and Urn public In gencial,
that I have removed my busbies1 to the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.,
where I can bo found to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a con.
tlnuaueo of their patronage, and thank,
ing tho public for past fnvors,
I am, mot sincerely vours,
Honolulu, April 20, 1880. H12 lm
The White House,
No. 118 Kiiuauu street,
Nicely Fu rn Ihel ItooniH,
with or without hoard.
831 ly MBS. JOS. VIEKRA.
WOLFE & CO.
1 Second-hand Billiard Table,
si.u 0x10, manufactured by P. Llc-
t-cufuhl, S. K., cushions nro quick
nud it Is in good order. I have also
Now, Uilliurtl ClotliH,
which will fit a large table. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3-8, new.
33 im c .t. McCarthy.
I 776-J U L Y 4th-1 886
AT CASTJLE &, COOKK'M.
A large and splendid
Assortment of Fireworks
just nt hand from New York direct, nt
;)(1 prices to suit thu times. lm
Graigside to be Let.
piID above Nofldonco of Mr. Theo.
X II. Davits, comprising 43 acres
of laud, and
2 Complete Houses,
which lll lm let scpaiately or together.
1ST Very liberal
ed to good tenants.
33 lm THEO. II. DAVIES ifc CO.
CluiN. J3i-oyei & Co.
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will please take notice that tho
Benson, master, will load In Boston for
IhU poit 111 JULY next.
fiSJr For fuither particulars apply to
0, BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu, May IB, 1880. 830 Owf
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14 The Mystery of the Arabian Sack 14
Quarrel Sccno from Brlnsby Sheridan's famous Comedy. "The School for Scandal."
Professor Anderson will Plunge a swout
In tho center or tlie binge,
A Spirit Form will Float in Mld.alr I
14 IVe-w -Axsts,
Great Wizard of tho North; and
Louise Maude Anderson,
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Are now prepared to furnish in (iiiaulitic to iuit purchaen
Taro Flour, in tags of 5 Its. each,
Packed in suitable containers for transhipment between the islands and for
foreign shipment. Special orders will bs reeehed and packed in any style re.
The Agents have constantly on hand n STOCK ot this CHLEU HATED Aim.
CLE, and will be plensed to furnish consumers with pamphlets containing direc
tions for use.
Orders can be sent to
New Goods, Just Received I
Shell llimlwnrc, Loelcs, Knobs, 1'atlloclcs,
A full line of Agate Ware, House PuriiNiing floodb, Eddys ii Jewell's ltefrle.cr.
tors, Water Filters nnd Coolers, Ico Chests, White Mountain Ice Cream Fiuezeri,
now pattern; Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mais, Garden and Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, 1'Ick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps,
Fence Wiro and ntaplcs, Manila and Slsol Rope,
The latest novelties In Lamp goods, tho very Best ami f-ceond gradu Kerottne Oils,
Berry Bros. Fiunituru Varnish. For sale at lowest market rales by
Blacksmith Work; y$Zfo. Cnrruitfe Building,
Painting and S) S Trimming,
79 HI Hi Street, -
JEntrimeeM lVom ICiiifj: ivikI MiM-chnnl StN.
Every description of work in thn above lines performed In a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST Bell Telephone, 107. ""ton
CMS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Street.
Woa Goods, jrixst DRLeeeived,
Kept Family Beef j kegs and hall bbls. IMp Pork; EnMem Bloel. Cod'fitdi ; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tonpues; Suiokul Beef; Buneil Chicken; Dupeo
Hams nud llacon; (ieuuiuc Maple hyrup; Cala Ftni Drips; FrtidiNew Orleans
Molusscs; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cliee?c; Gormen, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
J?. O. Box 37. 'X'uloplHMiu HO.
P.O. BOX 315.
Wil'fei'i Stenmnhlp Agent,
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Agents for tho Hawaiian I lands
CI Bell Telephone, 107. 'a
Honolulu, II. T.
I'liconi Hoiiio Broker,
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Fire and Life Iu&urauco Agent,
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