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THURSDAY, JUNH 3. 1880.
Stmr Hvnlntii from Kitiini
Htmr Lehlia from Windward Foils
Schr Cntoilun fiom Wnlin.inalo
Schr Xettlc .Mcnlll fiom Lauiilim.
Schr Kolnbow from Koohiu
Schr Kiiunllanl from Koolau
Stmr 0 It Bishop for llamakun at 12
Stmr Iwnlaul for Kauai nt 1 i. M.
. SFmr Lclittn for Hiiiuukim nt 12 noon .
Sclir Xeltle Merrill for Lahalnn
Sclir Kawallaul for Koolun
Schr Kalnbow for Kooluu
SehrEliukol for Fall
Schr Wnloll for Pnukim
Ilk Stnr of Devon, Mookots
Bktuo .Morning Stnr, Turner
Bktnu Ouo O rciklus, Ackcimau
Ship Kate Davenport, Howluud
Ship Hlehard III
From Kauai, per lwalaul, Juno 3
Mr nnd Mrs K A Miicllc, Jr, Mlssltll
son, Hobt mid Douglas Maclle, Louise
Gumpllcr. Mrs Sinytlie, I) Slowaiduud
For Windward Port, per W O Hnll,
June 1 For the Volcano: M Cnsemivo
and C Cliibourg. For way ))oits: Nov
J M Alexander. Mlsi Alexander, C II
Willis and wife, W Muller, W II Cuin
m I tigs, J Mousiirrut and BU deck.
For San Fianclsco, per Calhailcn,
Juno 1 II A Kraft, J It White and A
For San Francisco, per Australia,
June 1 Cabin: W E McMillan. Mr and
Mrs Mitchell and 2 children, MUs Mit
chell, Mrs Schidlman, Prof Ander-mii,
Mis Anderson, II NTcffnrry, GItliodes,
wife and child, Capt J Uiay, wife and
daughter Mrs Chapman ami daughter.
Miss M Harrow, Capt Watcibiiry and
wife, Mrs Cunlm and child, Mrs Wil
liams and daughter, Miss Williams,
Miss de Lagumi, Mrs Aiu-ecoclicii and
child, Miss Omut, J. OiUUands, Mls D
Hop), Theo II IMvics, wife and family.
Miss Uelle Woods, Mrs Fittiam, Chas
Piukes, J Dm tram, S Haidcastlo, II
Lewcrs, wife and daughter, II A Tur
ton, wife and son, G C S Stoesen, A
Drier, lfc and sou, Miss Tltcombc, S
Ephraim, Mr Gove, Mi-, Itlckaids nnd
daughter. W Oveicud, Mis W Horner
und 2 children, M O'depi BtHchc, Mrs
Col Iaukea, J Ilohlnsou and wife, Miss
M L Hopper, C Asliford and wife, Mrs
Kite, Judge Wldemanu and daughter,
J II Pair and wife, Miss Gove, JM
Parr, 0 II Lunt, Mrs J Bacherton, S II
McCrca. Steerage: D Cocolle, Mrs
Marscla and child, A d'Almuida, wife
aud 2 chlldiun, D da'Corta, wife and 3
children, A Gabral, wife aud child, C
Frank, M Cabral and wife, MMoiIn,
wife and child, 31 Corrlcra, -wife and 3,
children, F J dc'Mello, wife and child,
C Jaenlng and wife, 31 Jon, wife and
child, M Doing, wlfo and 2 children, A
Luira, wife aud child, 31 Tomaschl, A
J.iuhaves, wife and 2 children, A J
Silvn, wife and 2 chlldicn, M de'Mells,
wife aud 3 children, A do'Sllva and
wife, A A 3Iyhr, 31 de'Telxelra, wife
and 3 children, F do'Sllva, wlfo and i
children, A do'Poute, J Pitched, Miss
M Julia, T P Fernandez, wlfo and 3
children, 31 de'Itaya, wife and 2 chll
dien, 31 de'Souza, wife and 3 chlldicn,
Mi Lopez and wife, T C Conea, 31 It
Componia, A de'Vltal. 31 Corrolra, C J
Rossini, J da'Luze, F Costa, F Souza,
31 Comlra, wife and child, J Martins,
31 Gabriel, wife and child, Manuel, J
Madelros, F Bora, wife and child, 31
Couta, wife and child, J Cuilos, wife
aud 0 children, A Bin has, wife nnd 9
children, A Cabral and wife. J Bur' e,
J Mnxflcld, II E Uh'cow', 1 S'liugli -.
CARDOEsTrOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr lwalaul 3,87fi bags of sugar.
Stmr Lehua 3,200 bags of sugar aud 30
The Btcnmcr Lclma sails to-morrow
at noon foall ports In Ilamnkua.
Tlio Eliukal nnd ICnwallaul were hovo
down this morning to be cleaned.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
A coMPosiTOtt can find employ
ment by applying at this office..
3In. Fred Wood and L. Kaneke
fovcr patients at the Queen's Hospi
tal, aro improving.
Physicians report considerable
fever in Honolulu of Into, mostly of a
The trustees of the Library and
Heading Itoom Association will meet
at 7 :30 this ovening.
Thu "Friend" for June, just out, is
n very interesting number of that
. excellent periodical.
Fkank Gortz has a steam boot in
this paper. By reading tinderneuth
you will sco what it means.
Thomas Ituin Walker, Ksq., is Act
ing Biitish Vic6 Consul during tho
absence of T. H. Duvies, Ebq.
Fouu unbroken mules were Bhipjied
by tho steamer C. It. Bishop this
afternoon for 31 r, Itickmd, llonokaa,
. . ,
Itouaii weather is reported at
Kauai ami fair weather at Hamakuu,
by tho stennieis that urrived this
Ik you want to see u hiindbomo
bunch' of grajies grown at the Casino,
gazo in at Oat it Co.'s window. They
look jiko a bunch of plums.
TiiKiti: will bo a mooting of tho
officers of all tho volunteer military
companies to-moriow ovening ut 7
o'clock, at tho Chambeilain's office.
! m .- "
Tins ovoning nt 7:S0 is tho timo
fixed for tho annual mooting of tho
British Bonovolent Society. Thu
Biitish Club HotibO is tho plnco of
Mit. Norman Hulbort, storu keeper
at Kilauea, Kauui, fell oil' his hoiso
last week, whilo on his way from
Hnnnlei to Kilauea, and fractuicd his
Hon. Kaulukou's speech, which
was dropped from its ptoper p!co
In yoiteiday'ft isuo through not b
lug in typo early enough, appears on
our fourth jingo to-dny.
WiMiuit it Co. Jiavo leased of Hon.
J. I Doweett the jiropo ,y between
the'" building and tin's olHce, und aro
(ciiiiug down tho intervouing struc
ture?! to convert tho whole Into u
Sr.vmtAi. weeks ago, 100 barrels of
petroleum wcro shipped to Kilnuen,
Kauai, to bo used in tha furnace in
promoting tho burning of trash. The
Gxjicrimunt was tried Inst week and
lias proved a success.
Tin: proprietors of tho Honolulu
Steam Liuindry wish to infoim their
pntions that notwithstanding thu rc
po ) nboitt ti .vn, tho canning at tho
lavr. l"y will bo r urncd to tho
owners at tho jnojicr limu.
Mnssns. Davis it Wilder have
grapes for enlo that wcro grown on
tho slopes of Punchbowl. They mo
of a vaiioty seldom seen in this
market. Tho fruit is small and sweet,
but tho bunches largo and well dev
eloped. Tin: "Advertiser" is great on
anniversaries, and fiom it tho infor
mation is acquired that to-morrow
will bo tho 20th unniyersary of the
organization of tho Honolulu Firo
Dopnitincnt, with Mr. A. J. Cnrt
wriglit us Chief Engineer.
CoNSiDEitAiiLK interest is being
taken by tho public in taro (lour.
Tho eutcrjiriso deserves encourage
ment. Tho company's office was
crowded on Monday and Tuesday by
tho ladies of Honolulu coming to be
instructed in tho jircjmration of the
Thk French schooner Hnmmonia,
in command of Captain Arnand, ar
rived hero this morning, 20 days
from Peuryn Island, of tho southern
group, with a cargo of pearl shells
in transit for San Frnvcisco. Tho
Hnmmonia sprang a leak and has
come hero for re pairs.
A bimtli:mi:nt will bo issued to
monow, containing the Alicroncsian
Journal letter in full, aud other mat
ter. Tho absence of tho bi-monthly
summary, tho past month, was duo
to tho prcssuro on timo aud space,
caused by tho roj'ortB of tho Legisla
tive Assembly. Persons requiring
uxtras of to-morrow's issue, should
send in their orders to-morrow.
At 1.30 this afternoon n cry of firo
was heard on Merchant street, near
Kuunnu. The cry was takon uji and
resounded by pcojilo who happened
to bo near. A ciowd Boon gathered
but they -wore not needed. Tho dis
turbance originated in a Chinese
tailoring house, and was caused by a
woikmau ironing an oily cloth. Tho
heat of the iron ignited tho oil, and
when the blazo was smothered it
caused considerable smoke. Hence
Col. Norris is on the war path
again. ThiB morning, whilo in at
Noltc's, ho took tho altitude of a
wairior nnd said: "Gentlemen, if
anything should bo subsidized by
this Government it is Dodd's' water
ing cart. A thing that is beneficial
to all, yea, ovon to tho children going
to school ; for tho comfort and wel
fiue of the hisincss communiiy it is
iin-iojieiibiiblo. If dd was not so
modest ho would invito tho Legisla
tive membeis to mount tho watering
cait and rido out to Waikiki for a
lunii, and I would givo towards tho
fciibt a pig, two dogs, and four bags
of taio Hour." ,
jrnssns. Pratt and Byng, who have
opened a restaurant and ico cream
saloon to-day, on Fort street, opjiosito
tho Pantheon, gavo a kind of houso
warming last ovoning, to which quite
a number of ladies and gentlemen
wero invited. Tho guests inspected
tho rooms, and wero jileased with tho
neat and tidy appearance of every
thing in them. A spread of genuine
ico cream, that is, puro cream frozen
without tho addition of other sub
stances, was extremely grateful to
tho palato and elicited many encom
iums from tho guests. Tho gentle
manly bearing and polite attention
of tho jiropriotors, seconded by Mrs.
Pratt, tho wifo of one of tho proprie
tors, wero romaikcd and appreciated.
Pictuiie Frames it Cornices made
to order, old Frames repaired, regild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Ait store.
O.vn of tho best dietary preventa
tives of tho typhoid fovcr will bo
found in a universal adoption of taro
Hour and its preparations. The way
to cook tho Hour is exemplified frco
of cost, at 125 Fort street. 315
NOMINATIONS OF FIRE COMPANIES.
At the regular monthly meeting
of Engino Co. No. 2 last evening,
their former ticket for engineers for
tho coming year, to be elected next
Monday, was revised and mndo C.
B. Wilson, Chief; J. Ascli, First
Assistant; nnd F. Ilustacc, Second
Assistant. At tho regular meeting
of Engine Co. No. 1, also held last
evening, their former ticket was
cancelled nnd the following nomina
tions mndo: C. U. Wilson for Chief,
M. D. Monsnrrat for First Assistant,
nnd F. Ilustacc for Second Assis
tant. Tho Hook & Ladder Co. also
held a meeting last night, but stood
by the ticket arranged at a previous
meeting. An independent ticket
was adopted last night by tho inde
pendent firemen as follows: John
Nott for Chief, J. Aseh for First
Assistant, and F. llustaoe for
Second Assistant. As the nomina
tions now stand the following are the
tickets in tho Held ; Nott, Monsarrat
nul Aseh ; Wilson, Aseh and Hns
UvO; ViUou, Mbnfaan.it and Hii3-
tn.j: Nott, Aseh v,-d Ilustacc.
Tlio Assembly hail no quorum yes
terday afternoon. This morning, nf
tor tlio business rolntcd uji to the
point readied by our report, nop.
Hrowu's bill to repeal tlio law prolil
bttfiifr llnwniinns from leaving tlio
kingdom, without a permit under
bonds, wan taken up. .Minister
Ncuinnnn moved its lntlefinito post
ponement, supporting his motion in
n speech. Hop. Dole defended the
bill, nnd the Attorney-General's mo
tion being defeated, as also a motion
by Rep. Knulukou to lay on the ta
ble, th 3 bill passed. Tho house then
adjourned till 1 :.'!() p. M., but there
being no quorum at that hour, n fur
ther adjournment was made till 1 r.
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
Tho departure of the steamship
Australia for Snn Francisco Tues
day afternoon was a gala occasion.
Honolulu people in all their pomp
thronged tiio decks of the ship nnd
tho wharf. Many were covered
with (lowers and gay colors. Tho
Band was on tho wharf, and jilnyed
lively tunes, and never before has
Honolulu seen such a festive gather
ing at the (lej)arture of nny nno
steamer. His Majesty was on tho
wharf, ns was also other notables.
Tho ship moved from her berth n
fow minutes nftor four amid n cloud
of waving handkerchiefs nnd cries
of uloha nut. The steamer took a
cargo valued atH8,757.81,also 228
passengers, 84 in the cabin und 14-1
m the steorugo.
HAWAIIAN EVANCELICAL ASSOCIA
TION. TWKNTY-TIlIltl) ANNUAL SESSION.
This body met at 10 o'clock, a. si.
Tuesday, in the Kawaiahno Church.
Thcro wcro present 30 jiastors, 12
delegates nnd 0 members at large.
The Row A. Pali, of Lahaina. was
elected Moderator, and Rev. "V. M.
Knlaiwaa, of Punhau, Clerks, for the
ensuing year. Tho various standing
committees were appointed by tho
moderator, and the committee on
overtures jirescnted the order of busi
ness. The statistical reports of the
churches wore presented, also the re
jiorts of the doings of tho various
Island Associations, and their reports
of tho condition of tho various
churches connected with them. These
reports wero read, as ojiportunity
presented, and inquiries were mado
in regard to any matters that seem
ed contrary to parliamentary usage,
ecclesiastical law or good order.
Tho Association took a recess at
12 sr. for the usual noon lunch at
the North Pacific Missionary Insti
tute, and resumed its sessions at 1
r. i., adjourning nt 4 r. m.
Wi:dni:si)AY, Juno 2nd, I88G.
Association met at 9 a. si. The
reading of the statistical report Was
tho first business in order. A com
mittee wns appointed to prepare
resolutions in lognrd'totho ininihtors
who had died during the last year.
Dr. Hydo read the annual rejiort of
tho North Pacific Missionary Insti
tute. Tho next item on the docket
wns Bible reading in the family, and
the Hiblo study that ought to bo
mado more general aud more effec
tive. Vavious pastors told sntl
stories of tho ignorance of their
children, tho infidelity mid immoral
ity of government school teachers, the
persistent effort to teach the Iiomitn
Catholic Catechism to tho children
connected with tho churches of this
under pretence of tcach-
what thov need most to
know for the work of lifer Tho sub
ject elicited warm discussion and was
referred to a committee to put before
the churches in such way as to call
attention to this pressing need of
the churches, and the persistent
efforts to jirosolyto their young
people to other faiths and modes of
worship. Itov. E. S. Timoteo, of
Waialua, gave an intorcstingaccount
of his methods in interesting his
people, old and young, in a united
study of the Bible.
The annual examination of the
pupils of the Kawainhao Seminary
took j)laee yesterday afternoon at
tho Kawaiahno Church. II. It. II.
the Princess Likclikc, II. R. II. the
Princess Kaiulani, the President,
with Nobles and Representatives of
the Legislative Assembly, and a
large gathering of spectators, both
native ami foreign, were in attend
ance. It is worthy of mention, too,
as exhibiting the interest of tho
members of the Assembly in the
education of tho native children of
the kingdom, that the house had
adjourned for the express purpose
of attending the examination. Tho
pupils of the Seminary consist of 03
girls of all ages, apparently from ft
to 10 years. With a few exceptions,
nil aro native Hnwniiaus. Their
healthy njipearaneo and tho unmis
tnkablo interest thoy all showed in
their work, wero particularly notice
able. The song parts of the jiro
gnunme were, for the most part,
assisted by instrumental music from
a parlor organ, played by Mary Ten
iSian, n CJilneso girl who has been
some six years in the institution.
Thcro are four classes, named res
pectively A, B, C nnd D. Follow
ing is tho programme:
Chorus, The Lord Is King
Concert Iteeltatlon of Blblo Verses
Song Him That Cometh
A C ass Bib o Kee tat Ion
Song by B Class Jlcuily, Jlenily
V Glass Recitation-Arithmetic
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamontor.
RESPECTFULLY Informs the Public of Honolulu and the Island generally
that he ttitiiuls to furnish, as soon us thu nucded appliuuces arrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him. Having made a contract with the Woodlnwn Dairy for
n constant supply of their celebrated Cream, will supply his customers with more
than fifty dlflbtont kinds Fancy Creams, Tootle Fruity, Souffles and many more
too minifrous to mention here, nil of which he Ikh had practical experiences with
at tho Imperial Courts of Vienna nnd tho Hoyul Confectionery of Bavnrla. All
bteam. power-made articles hi this line are far superior to any htmil-madc.
Proprietor Pioneer Sleim Cnndy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTO HY AND STOKE No. 71 Hotel Mreet. between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Sperlnl nrrangemunts mndo regarding Prices for large orders, which It
will be imposslli e for nny one rise to compclo vrllh.
The Public will
F, Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Claret, Madelni, Melon, Mlllo Fruit,
Champagne, Harachino, Nuova and any other Water Ie;a (leslrtd.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectioner.- 44 2w
Duet & Choi us.... God Speed the Itlcht
It Class Blhlo Keeltatloti
Mule Lesson & Song A Class
It Class llceltatlon Hawaiian Geo
graphy Duet & Chorus Laud of Glory
A Class-Blblo Iteeltatlon
Solo Not a Sparrow Fallcth
A Clans Kceltatlon Physiology
Chorus Bringing hi the Sneavcs
D Class Hesitations and Kinder
The first duet wns by Julia Ka
jioli and Anna Ptiuohnu, the second
by Kamai and Rose Puni ; the solo
was given by Julia Kapoll, and all
wore rendered in a perfectly satis
factory manner. Among other ljible
recitations were the full text of the
12th chapter of the book of Eccle
siastcs and the 139th Psalm, which
were given with excellent effect.
The examination on Hawaiian Geo
grajmy exhibited an intimate know
ledge of the geography of the isl
ands. The A Class gave a specimen
of music reading off-hand, in which
tho thorough training of the teacher
and the intelligent attention of the
pupils were well displayed. A spe
cial feature of the exercises was the
examination, with tho aid of dia
grams, on physiology. The paits of
the human body were readily named
by the class, the process of diges
tion described, and the general laws
of health und causes of several com
mon diseases explained. The per
nicious effects of alcoholic and nar
cotic stimulants, also came in for a
duo share of attention. This was,
throughout, a very interesting exercise,-
and was, moreover, the first
public exemplification of the lessons
of the text books on alcoholism re
cently introduced into the schools.
The recitations nnd kindergarten
exercises of the D Class wcro admi
rable, and wcro received by the
audience with loud and continued
applause. The several classes wero
examined by tho principal. Miss
Alexander, Miss Malonc and Miss
Short addresses were delivered at
the close by Dr. Hyde, His Excel
lency W. M. Gibson, President of
the Board of Education, Hon. C. R.
Bishop, Chairman of the House
Committee on Education, and by
Hon. W. R. Castle. Dr. Hydo
spoke of the desirability of the pub
lie knowing more of the dully work
of the Seminary. The President of
the Board of Education expressed
his satisfaction with the exercises,
specially emphasizing the import
ance of the exhibits in physiology,
and his deep interest in the success
of the institution. The audience
was invited to adjourn to the grounds
outside, to witness the calisthenics,
where, on arriving, they found some
thirty girls in uniform, drawn up in
column order under the shade of the
trees. The calisthenics, like the
preceding parts of the programme,
were gone through in first-class
style. The whole affair was a" de
cided success, and evidently con
veyed to the minds of nil present
that one of the best institutions of
this Kingdom, ' is tlio Kawaialmo
ON hoard U. M. 8. Satellite, a Lady's
Shawl. Apply to
THEO. 11. DAVlliS is CO.
AT a special meeting of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co. held
this davi K. U. SCHUMAN was elected
Secretary and Ticasuier In place of.
Thos. S. Douglas renlgiied.
K. ti. SOHUMAN,
Secr'y Haw,n Carriage Mcuf'g Co
Honolulu, Alay :ird, 1886. i18
IK coiuenuctieo of having been burned
out I beg to notify my ft lends ami
the public hi generr.1, that I have re- tiiibiiaau ui iuui onanuiau Ioro I'Jo'clock noon or said dav. For &-iJi' V, ' '" "r "WiinE- fW
mocdtol05Kuiunui8ticet, next to the order, HENUY SMITH, JIESWlL " "fcwcliolcu Dilroo 'Wt
Coirmeielul Hotel. Coffeo and Lunca Chairman of Election, " X'lgs, for bn-edlng pur-
at all homy, ns before. In Honolulu for tliu residents of the X1,E3P' MouoAWt Tellers. N3 0t ?a1,"' "'inBuunum,,. $M
S23 lm THOMAS MULDOON. inn 0nw..i ii,,n.i nf n.i. r.. ri Lauciio.no. i oners. l- oi 40 lm LUNAL1LO HOME. W&
I "" I .i-i.i.v. iu.ih.uu. . . . ,i
Find it to Their
BY n GENTLKMAN, n homo In n
privnto family. Koferenccs given.
Athlrc-s .1. F. N., 1'. O. Box 0I). 4SI 3t
In 25-1 b. Kits,
Just rtcehed by Caibnrlen, aud for
CASTLE & COOKE.
44 1 in
MacNesle & Urban
A Fine Assortment Arrived,
Begs to Inform the Public In general
that ho has received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's .
Boots, Shoes &
Base Ball Books,&c.
Base Halt Guides for 1880,
Playing Rules of (he Nationnl League.
Art of Halting nnd Base Running,
Art of Pitching nnd Fielding,
CATS AND BALLS,
For ml u nt T.G. 'I'll HUM'S.
JuRt received per recent arrivals, an ex.
cellcnt atsnitmcnt of lint Letter, Cap,
Demy, Medium uuil Folio papers for
blank forms, or blank book work. Alio,
Perlectlnu Linen and Marcus Ward's
plato finish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegotable Parchment,
superior to animal parchment for pen
woilc or printing, and touj;h its leather,
a?" Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully intended to at
T. . TIUtlLtl'S,
8'JOlm 100 Fort street.
G. K, MILLER,
Gonoral Buslncts & Purchasing Agent.
'42 Merchant St., HiOlMo. tk,- a i&Ss ' M
i r i i r .. in n ii ...iii.. " "' niiiriuiwi,, iii.iiuirr. " vnHl
My most fulthfui aiteiillon will bo Foils open nt 7 o'clock and close tit Honolulu, Muv Ul '8MI I'-Mav &SH
given for the S o'clock L" ' L L llsR
' tST The several Company Secretaries TmK ffmt A1 Ii 31
, am hereby requested to baud in their 1,UB X "K SjAIjL,. JM
d..i.o u.mknMrfiMM lUtbof mcmbewlii" goixl (taiirting be. tfSrT"" A. MV.cnoi0K '".,nl1 . JI
Kcccired eiJAuitralU, a Large and Elegant Slock of Mioses nnd Children's Spr'ng
Heel Shoes of all sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROSER,
King Street, between Fort and A1iila SireetsJgh 1
HAS HECEIVKI), PEU AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hnms, Bacon, Block Codfish, Klt anil tins Sal
mon Belllci'. kegs Butter, Cain Cheese, keps Pickle, kens Pit; Pork, Tnble Knl.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Wnlnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Lunrli Tongue?, Chip,
pod Heef, canca Oysters, Sardine, Sen Foam Crackers, Flour, Bran, Wheal, Oils,
White Castile Soap, Granulated Sui;ur, Cube Sujiar, Powdered Sugar, Germci,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Tcbb, Frcuch Peax, etc. ANo,
"Good Night" and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt Lowest
market rates und Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Are new prepared to furnish In quantities to suit purr-li'iccre
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. eacH,
Packed In suitable containers for transhipment between t lie Islands and for
foreign BlilpnienU Speclul outers will be recrlicd and packed hi any style re
qulrul. 'the Agents hftTe constnntly on hand n STOCK of this Oril.EBItATLD AP.TI
CLE, and will be pleased to furnish consumers with pamphlet containing direc
tions for tie.
Orders can bo scut to
WM. G. IRWIN v Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian 1-lands.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agato Ware, Houso Furnishing Goods, Eddys & .Jewell's llcfrlcera.
tors, Water Filters nnd Coolers, Ice Chests, White Mountain Ico Cream Freezers,
i6w pattern; Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Muib, Garden ami Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-dowu Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps,
Fence Wire and Maples, Minlla and Sisal Hope,
Tho latest novelties In Lamp goods, the verv Bci anil tccoud grade ICcrotene Oils,
Berry Bros. Furniture Varnish. For bale nt lowehl market rates by
79 & 81 Kii Street
JSutruuccN lVom ICingr ixiul Mereliiuit rStw.
Every description of work in tho above lines performed in u llret-clnss mniiner.
. Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
qr Bell Telephone, 1C7. (327 ly) er Bell-Telephone, 107. "TSS
P.O. BOX 315.
Ileal Estate Agent,
Einplojment Agent, -
wlldor's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington lUllroad Agent
Honolulu Fire Department
Annual Election of Engineers
ITOK- 1 880.7.
On Monday Evening:, June 7, 1880. tl,e Ast,",V'im!V,V!l',m . JM
xr ra.iri ,H'-j. , v. ,.!&".
Boots and Shoes.
C3T P. O. Box P.72;
& TARO GO.
Oil Boss Premises,
Honolulu, II. T.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Openi Homo,
Firo mill Llfo Insurance Agent.
All Special Orders
left nt IUVIS .fc W II DEU'S (Tele,
phone 11)0) nny mo-niug
bo filled with iriisoiialilo
proinptuths by the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Comp'y,
41 A. L-hMlTH, Beo'y. lm
A DIVIDEND of Fv Dollarn per
Slmro will beduonud iaal)le 10
tint Siookhuldrrii of tho Grove Hunch
I'binliU.on ojiJtmo 11. al thonlllco of
' J I'binliU.on on .Juno in. ntthonllco of WB&