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Compiling School lllttory of lliu I
Hawaiian leliiuil imil I'rlnt-
I iil' mid IIIiiiIIiil-tins "IIIHC...8 t!nn '
Kohnlauhlp ut O.ihu L'illi',o!"" "-!
I'rofcMiir of ChciulMiy ami Xu
Itual Pcluiicc ill Oahu Col
lege, twoyciu 2 -400
Technical Injunction, etc $ ft.OOO
Hep. Dickey wanted to know what
tho Item was.
Minister Gibson said the Hoard
had given assistance to Lahniimluna
Seminary, in git fug inecluiiricnl in
struction, and also similar assist
unco to lllo Boarding School.- It
had ueopTfeeorniiiended to the Hoard
to L'stn'jllsh a technical institute, hut
It wofc decided to wail u while.
Jfep. Dole would liku to ask how
-fniicli tliat instruction cost, us lie
Haw no item in tho report.
Minister Gibson said it wan not
given in detail, but the Finance
Committee had seen the vouchers.
It was included in the sum paid
over to those schools. It had been
bomething liku 81,000, as an expuii
nient, and they hopo to extend it.
Tho item passed. '
Hep. Kichaidson moved the com
mittee rise, report progress and ask
leave to bit again. Carried.
The house, on motion of Itcp.
Brown, adopted tho icport of the
committee, nud, about four o'clock,
adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
&h gJnUij gailUtuu
TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 188U.
Stmr W O Hawaii from Maul and Ha
waii Schr Ko Au Hon from Kuuu. k
T 0 UEPARTURtS;
Juno 8 4?"
Stmr Iwalanl for Kminl
Sehr ICulninuiiU'Tur Hawaii
vessels ieivimi; TO-wonnow.
Bkturo Maka.li for Man Francls-co
ncni'ivu aii llou ii'i" I'uiioii;
tUil'Jas aLeu 1 l Waumuo anil aj,
VtSobLj IH CUllT.
Bk Star of Devon, Moekets
Bktno Horning Slur, Turner
Ship Kulo Davenport, Iiowlnud
Ship Richard 111
Bgtno Coiisuclo, Cousins
CAtiCOES FilUM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Ko Au Hon 1000 li gs nignr.
LIJfAL it CtHtKHL KLWS.
Editomals and other mutter art
held over, for want of hjiace.
The Oceanic bli-i.uu hi Ooiiit'.tiij 's
Hoyal Mnil fettuim liij ..(Lull., tv..
not signalled at 2 o clock.
Thd Mulokai eonunitteo and tho'
tug Elou did not go last evening, us
was intended, but have -deferred tho
trip until the weather moderates.
Mil. J. Lyons holds 1h regular cash
ealo to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
A variety of goods, specified in tin
advertisement, are to bo disposed of.
Mn. Galluway, ship carpenter, em
ployed at Ityan'B boat shop, was
struck on tho head by a falling beam
at the tiro last night, and received a
wound that bled profusely.
It was reported about town last
night and this morning that Mr.
Fred Oat was hurt at tho nio. Mr.
Oat says ho was not hurt, but it was
a fellow that looks like him.
Tub 0th of July next is fixed for
tho sulo of two valuable properties
belonging to tho estate of tho lato
Queen Emma, particulars of which
appear among our advertisements.
Mu. E. P. Low's lioio Mark Twain
was stolen from Mr. Sam Parker's
residence Saturday afternoon. Tho
animal returned tho next day, ho
having, Mr. Low thinks, thrown his
It bus been ascertained tbat tho
watchmen at tho Bell Tower would
not sound tho alarm of lire when first
given last evening fiom tho telephono
oillccx, because they could not seo tho
firo, and they had received orders to
bo on tho Alert for falso reports.
In compliance- with a very urgent
request from many literary people
in Honolulu who aro desirous of bear
ing Mr. Kiehardhon in one of Shakes
poaro's great tragedies, the recital at
Mrs. Dickson's this evening will pre
sent "Julius Ciesar" instead of "Tho
To-Moitnow morning at 10 o'clock
Messrs. E. P. Adam's it Co. will sell
the entire household furniture of
Theo. II. Da vies, Esq., at that gentle
man's residence, Nuuanu Valley.
This is a splendid opportunity for
persons desiring first class furniture
at auction price. Particulars aro
given in an advertisement.
Following aro tho entries for the
uices of Friday next, tho 1 1th of
1. Honolulu Plate. Queen Ka
piolani, Col. Gift, Idle Boy.
2. Kapiolani Paik Plato. -Starlight,
Katio C, Get-away, Queen.fi)
.'). Lunainakaaluaua Plate, An
glo A. (Emblem), Ivanhoe, May I).,
Hancock, Idle Boy.
4. Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup.
Queen Kapiolani, Minnie, Nisa.
5. Oceanic Plate O. II., Jim
0. Waikapu Cup. No entries.
7. Kuinchainclm Plate. Angle
A., Ivanhoe, Hancock, Lungfoid,
8. Pony Race Punipeki, Ki
kiln, Palolo, Surprise, Mollie, Ha
waii, Polly t .Baby, lluki-inai-ka-Uluu.
Ci))illii)iil J)iiii )nife Ui
The Hoyal Ilnwoiinn Bund will
play this ovciilug at Kiimia S'limre,
beginning at 7 :HU. Follow lug is the
Mnroh King Kalakaua. ...... .Mlchleli
Ovurlmu-SiriigKlo for I'nrtiino. .Silppe
Reminiscence nt Venli (lixllrry
Llpullpo kit Wal o lllollc
Mcdlcj The hliiuk brigade lleycr
Wall The .M Iksuli Sullivan
llnllad-Uood Night Abt
Match I'M Aoao l.crger
A REPLY TO THE FRIEND.
Editoii JlrixuTis : Please allow
mo a little space in your valuable
paper to correct u few statements of
the 'rivnit n its cditoiial notes of
the June number.
Jn alluding to Elder Henley's
labor in this city last winter it is
slated that ha relied upon tho
"growth of Ids sect" as ,lono of
the positive arguments" to piovo
that tho end of the world is very
near. Now all who remember the
arguments relied upon in support of
of that doetiine, will' bear me wit
ness that not once did the Elder use
the above in support of that fact;
but relied wholly upon well defined
liiimof tropieci and appealed to the
well-known facts of history in sup
port of Mieir ffiilulincnt, thus show
ing llyu the cud of all things is at
Killer II. alluded to the growth of
our' denomination, notwithstanding
tho bitter opposition wo have to
meet, as an evidence to us that the
hand of God is with this work of
warning the world of Christ's soon
coming. In view of the above tho
remarks of our uufiiendly Friend
on our vain boasting, are entirely
It conveys the idea to its readers
that wo teach that all other Chris
tians have the "mark of tho boast."
it rolutatinn of this I quote from
gc lvl ol tin' woik of Elder Uriah
.- 'i i l.iiik1' re. u College, eu
m u . i ..uu vol .l Nation!.,"
quite a number of which are In
cu eolation on these Islands. On
tills point ho says: "Wo answer,
No! And wo are boiry to say that
some professedly religious teach
ers, though many times cor
itcted, persist in misrepresenting
us on tills point. Wo have never to
held ; wo have never so taught. Our
premises lead to no such conelu
Mon." All of our publications and
Elder Henley's reuiaiks accord with
That we do mil hold that we will
reign with Clnist on the lyuth for a
ihoiK nd yi'iiis, after Clnist comes,
I Iiiivc only lo icier ,our numerous
icado.'s to tho remarks of the author
above quoted in his woik on "The
Revelation," ch. 20, a large number
of which arc in tho hands of mem
bers of this community. The public
may consult both of the above
woiks at the Honolulu Library or at
the rooms of tho Y. 31. C. A., also
at the looms of tho International T.
and M. Society, 18!) Nuuanu Ave.
L. A. Scott.
Last evening, at u quarter past 8,
au alarm of fire Hounded from tho
bell tower. Tho election of firo en
gineers at No. 2 Engine House was
then at tho height of excitement.
Some of the men at first thought the
alarm was only a hoax for the pur
pose of creating a diveision in the
electoral contest, but soon learning
that the bell meant business, a gen
eral stampede took place. Tho red
glare in the sky towards the upper
end of Fort street indicated plainly
enough the seat of operations.
Before tho alarm was struck tele
phonic messages were received at
McCarthy's hilllurd saloon of the
fire, but no one heeded them. On
tho ringing of tho bells, however,
every ill email was off to Ids respec
tive engine liouso, and then to the
blaze willi the fire apparatus. The
firo was at the resilience of Mr.
Loulsson, of Grinbaum & Co.'s, and
the house was ncailyall ablaze be
fore the engino'companies arrived
on the grounds. A parly of boys
on a volunteer jumper were the first
at tho scene, but could get no water.
Tho Pacific Ilose Co. came next, but
they, too, could get no water. Fin
ally all the companies came, but the
house was completely enveloped in
(lames and no part of it oould bo
Numbers 2 and ! were the only
companies that had any water, and
they succeeded in preventing the firo
from spreading to the surrounding
houses. . The firo started In tho
domestic's room, aud was caused by
a lamp igniting a bucket under
which it stood. Tho servant had
placed the lamp there, aud was in
another part of the house when the
firo was discovered. It was first
seen by one of the children, who
guvo the alarm to his father. Mr.
Loulsson then rushed into the burn
ing room, but was unable to check
tho Humes. Mis. Lansing, living,
near by, saw the fire, and telephon
ed into town to sound tho alarm.
Mr. Fred Lewis ran into the Louis
son house to render assistance, but
was compelled to leave, as tho firo
was making rapid headway.
Tho piano, a few chairs and a
table weru the only things saved.
All of Mrs. Louisson's wardrobe and
jewelry were destroyed, and Mr.
Louisuon had to Imrrow a coat, lie
having lost everything but what lie
hud on. Tho main building burnt
clear lo the ground, but the boys'
cottage, some 20 feet off, was parti
'flip hoiufl, fufhlliifu And wunrllitf '
nppnroi weic iimnui mr att,jiij,
8U.V60 on the dwelling nud WU on
thu stable, in the Liverpool iV Lon
don lintiiatico Co., IIMiop A Co.,
Agent. S;i,0iO In the l.yoni Insur
ance Co., Mr. Jnegcr, Agent, on the
fin nit lire, wearing nppititl, books,
piano, cottage, barn, carriage,
saddle nud liarncs. 81,700 on tho
furniture, in thu Impel lal IiiMirntico
Cu. of Loudon, A. J. Caitwright,
ELECTION OF ENGINEERS.
The annual election of engineers
of the Honolulu File Department
took place at the hull of Engine Co.
No. 2 last evening. The building
was decorated with colored lanterns,
some of which bore the names of
Wilsini. Ascli and Hustace, candi
dates. Tho Hawaiian Bund was
stationed in front of tho houso and
played during polling. Hookers,
or wire-pullers as they woro called,
stood at the door to collar votcis,
and tho excitement was great. At
7 o'clock to tho second the polls
were opened aud Olllccr Mehrtcns
was the llibt to cast a vote, which
was for Wilson, Aseh and hustace.
Other Fit emeu followed in rapid
succession. Engine Co. No. 4 in a
body, headed by Fiicinan Boyd,
inarched to the polls aud voted the
Wilson, Aseh and Hustace ticket
umid yells of victory. At 8:15
o'clock, when tho alarm struck for
the fire in Mr. London's house,
more than two-thirds of the votes
were in, and at I) o'clock the polls
wctc closed. Mr. henry Smith was
Chairman of the Election, and
Messrs. C. K. Wilder and Lau
chong, tellers. After counting the
votes, which took about half au
hour, Mr. Smith called the assembly
to order and announced the follow
ing results :
Total number of ballots oat, viz:
(One ballot beailng three mimes, one of
for caek olllce) :
Company Xo. 1, polled 42
Company Xo. L', polled 41
Company Xo. 4, polled 41!
Company No. " polled 47
lloi-u Company yoded -7
Hook anil Ladder Company polled 45
Total ballots east
l-oi i amor unuinui.ii.
Chas. II. U llson elected)
John Xott .
run 1 1 1 ist assistant i:n(iini'i:ii.
Julhfs Aseh (elected) 1'.2
M. D. Moiuarrat 8U
Foil tfl-COXU ASSISTANT hNOINI.UIi.
Frank I ustaec (elected) 177
Julius Aseh 57
Jlobt. Mo.e 2
Cheer after cheer was given and
the elected candidates were bodily
lifted above the ciowd and placed
upon tlio.tablo in the rear. Mr. C.
B. Wilson, the new Chief, in re
sponse to calls for a speech, said:
Gentlemen and Firemen. 1 hardly
know what to say on tins occasion,
but I am thankful for the honor you
have conferred upon me and I will
dischargo my duty to tho best of
my ability. I have served with you
for years as a fireman and will con
tinue as such as long as you wilk
permit mo. 1 will endeavor to fulfil
the position you have given me aud
I hope you will help me. I may bo
a little severe at times in issuing
orders, but whether they be right or
wrong it is your duty to obey them,
as the responsibility fails on me.
At a fire is no place for discussion,
and I trust there will be none. The
pieces in the newspapers only ex
pressed difference of opinion, and
if I thought I could not fulfil both
places at the same timo I would not
have accepted the nomination for
Chief. Again I thank you for your
kindness. Cheers. J
Julius Aseh then addressed the as
sembly, thanking them for what they
had done for him, supposing it was
in return-for his services in (he past
year. He said that Mr. Nolt had
been a good Chief for four years,
and he hoped the now Chief would
prove as good and also keep the
olllco for four years. He fur
ther said that the aim of ail
firemen was to become Chief of the
Department. Mr. Frank Hustace,
nowly-olected Second Assistant,
then spoke, thanking the boys, and
after shaking hands with them
announced refreshments. Beer and
gin were then passed around, aud at
about II o'clock the boys begun to
disperse, singing and cheering.
HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIA
TION. Satuiioav, Juno 5, 188C.
The business sessions were re
sumed, nt 1 r. m., in Kawniahno
Church. There was a lengthy dis
cussion as to the best way of securing-the
general reading and study
of tho Bible. It was finally decided
to appoint Hov. E. S. Timoteo, u
Committee of Correspondence, to do
what he could by letters to indi
vidual pastors aiid others, to sccuro
a general attention to this duty in
such ways as may seem best in the
different parishes. Uev. Dr. Hydo
read thu report of the Committee on
the State of lleligiuu. The report
called attention, first, to the non
attendance of ten or twelve pastors.
Every pastor is by the Constitution
a member of thu association, and
ought to bo present. The churches
should pay the traveling expenses
as a special charge on the general
treasury, not on thu individual pas
tor. Twenty-six pastois and three
acting pastors have attended this
year. One prstor has died, Hov. S.
Paulo, of Hatuwa, Mokuai. Two
Odbltf iilmrh oil MmilrtMirt hr I
bvf ii unlUd In one. 1 litfrf pitituti
have been iIIiiiiImciI. No one lim
uvtvly eiiternl Hit pniiornte, The
secretary ni liiiliuetcd lo viiil n
letter of inpalhy nud rupeel to
llev. l liuiif, who linn been for
more than fifty years the pnMor of
Wnlinen, nud Is now infeebled by
the weight of yenrs. The iliMeii
sloni in sumo of the ehtirchei were
regretted, especially those Hint have
arisen In connection with the cor
rupt practices so rife nt the Inst
election of representatives to the
Leglslatuie. Pastors and brethren
wcic exhorted to exercise mutual
forbearance and seek for the things
that innki for peace. Churches
without paisoiuigcs ncru urged to
provide at onco such needed accom
modations for their pastors. Two
have been built tills past year, nud
three church buildings repaiicd.
The Sunday Schools nud Young
People's Associations of Christian
Endeavor were encouraged to con
tinue on in their special work, and
urged to pay special attention to
securing more intelligent compre
hension of Christian truths and
wider range of studies for mental
Monday, Juno 7, 188G.
The sessions were resumed at !)
a. st. After the usual devotional
exorcises, the appeal of Hov. A.
Manuel, a Portuguese, formerly
pastor of Kaneohe. asking to be re
instated in the olllce of the ministry,
was referred to the Oahu Associa
tion. Hov. A. O. Foibcs reported
in lefcrcnce ton suitable building
for the entertainment of tho uilu
istcts and delegates at these annual
gatherings, expressing the hope that
before the next year's meeting some
thing might be done towards secur
ing such a building. Hov. J. B.
Hanaike presented the Annual Stat
istical Keport. It was voted to
print in the Annual Keport, legal
forms for church charters, prepared
by Dr. Hyde. It was voted to hold
the annual session for two weeks
mt year-, four days of the second
woik lo In ih vol d o a llible mi ol
.nd in hold tin scio. .- in Kaitmu
kapiti Church, which it is expected
by that time will bo furnished with
opera house folding seats.
The association was then dis
missed. BUSINESS ITEMS.
AiiTifeTs' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretcheis, Canvus, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art store. 4G Ot.
Cool, ofi' when it's hot. There is
no better remedy than those delicious
Creams, Ices, and Drinks icrml at
tho Elite Ico Cream Pallors. . 4(1.
AFIHSTOUS NEW UPRIGHT
PIANO, nt 114 Nuuanu tit. 4051
Trustee's Sale !
i ' -
By order of A. J. G.utwrlnhCSr., the
duly appointed Executor and I'mslee of
Iho last will aud testament of Emma
ICaluluoiinlatil, decunhid, and under
license of the fiupreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islamic, sitting as a Court of
Probate, we in e directed lo sell at pub
lic auction, at our Salesroom, in Hono.
Uio 6th Day of July, 1880,
at 13 m. of Unit day, all the right, title
and Interest of the said A. J. Curt
wrlglit, Hr., as such Executor ami Trus
tee as nfores.ild, and all the right, lltlo
and interest which tho said Emma Ku
leleoniilnnl had at the time of her de
cease, of, in and t that certain piece or
inircel of land, known as Hie
situate in Uio Dinlrictof Komi, Wand of
Kauai, unil containing an
Area of .'1.0(10 Avion,
more or le-s, us (locrllnd In ltoval Pa.
lent No. 4r,l'i, Mulielu Award 43,
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
mid also that certain picco or parrel of
land Kituatc in Nuuunii Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, and known as
and helm: the premise formerly occu.
pied !y W. L. Orcun, Esq., as u private
1ST For further particulars, upply to
A. J. Ciirtwriglit, Sr., or
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
49 td Auctloncm.
Corrugated Iron I
An Invoice just received,
6, 7, 8, and 9 Fcot Lengths.
For sale In Quantities to suit.
VIX-.I13It Ac Co.
-A KKW INVOICE OK
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For Halo hi Jtoml or Duty paid by
M. S. G11IIVHAU3I As Co.,
02 Queen tJtrcet, Honolulu, f 2m
flW 1 Mlrl
V riKii nij
A ItlM'I'K I
i- )!( Mll.lt
AMOI.NIH n f I
TVxMi-mn Dairy nud k L' will lip
K.j.i t.v IND A I'Al.linil. l hi Mr,
Me 1) I'll Mini, nml MM mi'lpt fir
MunMr dill' Hi. ( (ilMliilllV will o tll
Imii. A I. hMITII.H i.
IImIiMuIii, .I'll I l-o. in Iw
Haw'n Opera House.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
Tnlontod Young Trio;
LULA, PAULINE A- lU.lSE dOIIA.V.
The Favorite UnlFo Dnrllotip,
Signor Luigi Lencioni
mid lirtt nppe.irance of
MLLE. LEONORA ALDINI,
Prima Dont.a Soprano.
BaT Tlrltctn, $1, TSecntinml CO cents.
Ilo sheet nov Dpi u at .1 K. WUtnianV.
Add) ess .Signer Lencioni. 4!) Hi
Regular Gash Sale.
WEDNESDAY, Juno 9,
At 10 a.m., nt my Saleroom, I will sell
at public auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing
Lump Uilmiii-yn unil Groceries,
liiigH No. 1 and 2 Sugar,
Bag Dried Pcnclit",
Fine Tablo Peaches & Pears,
Dried l'cnchp, Cigar",
Tobacco mid Clgaiettc.1,
Jewelry, Wutclios Clock fc Pistols.
.1ho, a Lot of Old Look.
C 1 j.,
J. LYONS, Anct'r.
QUOisG YUIIS YOKK KFK of Ho.
iiolnlii, I ill ii, liiiNlng made mi
a-sigiiniri t of all tin ir pror orty, etc. to
iln undcifiiuiir l i ihf In ntlli'of their
eieilltor-, notlie I- i eiuby sMven to nil
perron ti. r"ii 'lien olaiuih aahm
t .o -aid Q King Y .t n t Litre within
ouiv inoiilli loiiiiiili o M. Loultson, at
the olllio ol M. s. '.rinbiiim A: Co,
ioiiohi'ii ml nil pu.oiM imiehteil l"
aid Qiiong.Yi.i 'ikKiuuru hcrcb.i
(pi nd o. I iiiiincilli'te piiMneiil
I n.e ' ikic.1 if i. M I.i'U.-SON,
AMgiiii' ot (iiiii ; N tun York liee.
Honolulu, Ma :4 ibSC bH lw
rpVO KX"KltlKNC'ED HANDS at
X once. Apply to
.MHS. A. M. MKLIiltf,
DrLgi-mnkliig KstublUhmenl 104 Fort at
AltK NOW HL'NMNG EVERY
Aflcinoon and Kvcnliig, hcginnhig
nt -1 o'clock. There pleasant means of
itecreatiou art now ready for the diver
slon of the public at the
Corner Quocn & Richards Sts.
Only 10 rents a rlile of five minutes. A
great nerve invlgorator.
C. B. & F. LUCTWEAKO.
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 9,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., nt (lie rcsidcnie
of T. II. D.ivlei, E-n,,' Nuuanu
Valley, on uccountof depar
ture, wo will M'll alpiili.
riale OI.ii a FieilMirrors.
BTr Parlor Set, in Silk,
French Marble Clock,
Frenili Widnui Olicllbuier,
French Walnut Tables,
Velvet Plush Tabled.
Revolving Hook Hark,
1 Upright Grand Piano,
C unices nud Curtains,
Oak EMmfiloi) Dining Table,
Oak Diiil-g Chairs,
China Dessert Service
DccoruUii Dinner Service,
An A3-orlmrnt of GlasHUure,
Iron and llrass Ilcdstcuds,
Oak Dressing Case,
An aorlincnt of Tabic Linen,
1 l'hactoii, AiiAtrnlian Baddies, Rets of
Harney, Lawn Mower, Qurdcii
f3f The prrinlien will bo open for In.
bpeciion'on TUESDAY, .fnue Bill, from
10 o'oluek a.m. to !) o'clock l'.M.
15. P. ADAMS & Co.,
! ..,. -
Practical Confootionor, Tnncy Fnatry Cook and Omnmontor,
RESI'KCTrTIXY liif'im il.el'ullu of llow.iulu nml in? ItlnuiU generally
Hint In- Intilidl to fniulili. h mini n Hie hruWd xp"nnir strive, nil tho
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
pincllcnlly known to him linking niailfn contract with Urn WnndUwu Dulry for
n ((nt oil iiiiiii) of tliclr ci li'l'tntcl Cu am, will iippl hi cintninrrn ulih motu
than llfij dllleieiii linl Fumy IriniiK.Tooile Fruity, Pontile mid rnnny umiu
too nuiinTiMn t" uiititioii heie. nil ot wl ich In l,a linrl pnu'llcal rtw-rlwice u llli
at the Itiipeilul limn of Vliniui mul the lloiul Confectionery of Itevtiia. All
Mriitnnwcriiiiiilc nrtlcli' In thin lino nio far fiipcrlnr to any Imnd.tnude.
Proprietor Plnnrrr Hltatn Cindy Fncion and Ornnnnntnl Confectioner.
FACTOiiY ANI) bTOIIK .No. 71 ilolcl itiiil. between Fort and Nuuanu 8t!.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. .Special arrangements made tcu'iirtliiiK Trios for large order, which it
will he linposslli'e for any no i'le to compe'e with
The Public will
F. Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Clnrct, Madeira, Melon, Mllli Fruit,
Clinmpiigiie, Maiachii.o, Nw vn aim at,. itl.er MuUr lo dlred.
.PropriotorTioneor Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectioner. 4-1 2w
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Received ex Australia, n T.nrgo and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring
Heel Shoe m all Hzt-p. Alto, a hpluinin i ol
Cents' and Boys'
CHAS. HUSTACE, MCER,
King- Street, between Fort and Alalceu Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams, lliicon, Rlock CcdfUli, Kits mid tins Sal.
mon jieuien, Kegs miner, uniti untese,
uius, rig, vimoniiD, tYiiiniiis, sipicrii jieri, iioniii i incKcn, J.undi Tongues,
ped Ueef, oihCH Oyster, Sardine, SeaFonn Cuiekers Flour, Hrnti, A licnt,
White f'aHlln Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Fowdertd Sugar, Qi
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French I'eus, ele. Al,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market rates and SiitUfnotlon (limiunteed. ISf V. 0. Box 873;
JM2J Telephone 110.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shelf Jlnrdwurc, Locks, Knobs, ltdloelv.s,
A full lire of Aguto Waie, Houro Finnhhiiig Moods, Eddis A. .fowctt'n Refrleera.
tore, Water Jbilters and CYnlctf, Ice ( heUf, Wlillu Mountain Ico Cream Freeynrs,
new pattern, Eni-y Lawn Momcii;, Door Main, Gulden omlCnunl Uatrowi", Axe,
Hoe, 1'kk and Fork Uamllcs,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down MiiHkelf, Powder, Shot and Oupn,
Fence Wire nud Maples Manila and Slunl Rope,
The luir-gt novelties in Lamp goods, the vri" Oeit and tccinil giudc ICero'eue Oils,
iBcrry Uroa, Furniture VarnUh. Joi 'ale al low cut niaikit rates by
The Pacific Hardware Cupt, Limitefl,
Blacksmith Work; 1 CJnrrlueo Buililhigr,
I'nljitiiiff and W" Trimming,
79 & 81 Kiii smut, - - Oil Rose Premises.
Eui ruiivcn irom ICtuj and Mei-oliimt Mt.
Evciy description of work in the nboe lines performed in a nm.rlms manner.
lAleo, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
OT Bell Telephone, 107 1-teS (I1J7 ly) tST Hell Telephone, 107. -
JOS. E. VrtSEW&M,
General Business Agent.
Real KHtate Agent,
Wihlci'B Steamship Agent,
Great liurlinclnn Rullioad Anenl
1IGS FOll SALE.
A FKW CHOICK niall
1'IOS, lit fo- roantliiB.
AKo, n few choice )uroc
Vina, for brccdlnir iiu-
poics. Apply at
40 Ira LUNALII.O HOME.
Boots and Shoes.
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hep ricitien, keen I'lg l'orl:, Tublc Rnl
" 'D lb70.
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OiiHom iroiipo Lr iker,
Malinger Hawaiian Opotnjnoiifo,
Firo ami Llf Iiinr.inpi'!Aceiit.
A DIVIDEND r ifr.OnShiro In nay.
able at thu olllco of Messrs. ,11.
Hmkfeli) & Co. to the Shareholders of
Iho Kolon Sugar Co,
.1. F. 7l AOKFKLD, Tre isurer.
Honolulu, Junu 1, 168(1. 9- 43