Newspaper Page Text
Cotfim? ,Vom pajd S,
I ... II I I I I . I I ! I ! )
Kep. Drown niovcil the commit
tee Use, report progress, and nsk
leave to sit again, which carried
On tlio house resinning, the re
port of the eommlttce was received
niul, on motion of Hep. Richardson,
The President appointed, ns a
select committee to consider the
mausoleum nnd postal items, the
following members: Kcps. Kntina
limno, Dole, Ilnyselden and Knlua,
and Minister Guilck.
On motion of Rep. Aliolo the
house adjourned nt d:40 till 10
Tuesday, Juno 16, 188G. -The
Assembly was opened at 10
A. m., with prayer by Rev. J. "Waia
mati, Chaplain. Present: Noble
Walker (President) ; Ministers Gib
son, Guilck and Kapcna; Nobles
Dominis, S. Parker, Bush and Kiil
lichini; Reps. Llllkalanl, Baker,
Kauhi, Amara, Brown, Kaulia, Kau
lukou, Pallia, Nalialc, Nahinu, Kau
namano, Knlttn, Kckoa, Kaukau,
Richardson,1' Kaai, Paeliaolo, Kauai
and Palohau. The minutes of pre
vious day were read and confiruiod. ,
Rep. Brown presented a icport
from tlio Judiciary Committee on
the act to create an additional port
of entry in the District of Kealakc
kua, Hawaii, namely Kailua, re
commending that the bill be laid on
the table, "for the reason that the
port of Kcalakckua is sullleicnt to
do any and all business that the dis
trict may bo blessed witli in the next
twenty years to come." The report
was adopted. Also, a report on the
act supplementary to art. 2G, chap.
9, Civil Code, recommendies that
the bill pass. On motion of Rep.
Richardson, the report was adopted,
and the bill ordered to be read a
third time on Tuursdaj'.
Minister Guilck presented a loport
of the special committee on an act
to establish the grade of streets and
sidewalks, submitting a substitute
bill for tlio consideration of the
house. Report adopted.
Rep. Kalua submitted a paper,
(tating that it was in accordance
with a statement made by His Ex
cellency C. T. Gulick, Minister of
the Interior, yesterda', and then
proceeding: To the lion. J. S.
Walker, President of the Legisla
tive Assembly of 188G. Sir 1 have
been requested by His Excellency
the Minister of the Interior to state
in writing the answer required to
the resolution introduced by Hon.
J. T. Baker. The information de
sired is this: 1st, the date of Mr.
Z. K. Meyers appointment as Cleik
of the Honolulu Waterwoiks; 2nd,
the date at which Mr. Meyers took
the oath of allegiauco as a Hawaiian
On motion of Rep. Kaai, after a
brief discussion by Rep. Kaulukou,
who thought it out of order,' and
Rep. Kalua in its defense, the
' document was referred to the Minis
ter of the Interior.
Rep. Kaulukou presented a reso
lution as follows: Whereas there
are fresh reports current that the
.Government of the United States is
endeavoring to negotiate a new
treaty with tlio Hawaiian Govern
ment on the basis of tlio cession of
Pearl Harbor to tlio former Govern
ment, and that it is being kept
secret; therefore resolved, that the
Minister of Foreign Affairs state to
this Assembly whether these reports
are true or not. He mentioned ru
mors of definite infoituation from
Washington having been shown to
various prominent residents, and
said it was the duty of Nobles and
Representatives to jealously guard
the independence of the kingdom,
as recognized by Great Britain,
France and tho United States. If
they could not retain the treaty
without tho cession of Pearl Harbor,
they had better do without the
treaty. Once it came to the notice
of Germany, England and Franco
that the United States was seeking
this advantage, those powers would
interfere to stop it, and this king-.
dom might?-become involved in seri
Rep. Kalua reverted to a similar
resolution some lime ago answered
satisfactorily by the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, and held that the
Ministry having tlio confidence of
the Legislature'Bhould bo entrusted
with tho care of the kingdom's inde
pendence. He therefore moved
that tho resolution bo indefinitely
Tlio resolution passed.
Minister Gibson said he would
state all ho knew as to the founda
tion thero was for the rumors refer
red to. Thero was no further offi
cial information from Ills Majesty's
Envoy at Washington in reference
to the treaty negotiations, since tho
speaker's answer t6 a previous reso
lution of tlio Assembly. But he had
this to say in addition, that His
Majesty's Envoy, repeating his
former statement that tho adminis
tration at Washington President
Cleveland, Sccreta.iy Bayard, nnd
other membpra of the Cabinet aro
uniform in their expression that
they desiro no amendment to tho old
treaty; that they do not propose
any now negotiations, any further
concession, on tho part of Hawaii,
in order to obtain a now treaty.
The Washington Government are in
favor of n new .tioaty without fur
ther concession. But ho must state,
iu,thowuyof roplying fully to the
resolution, that whilst there was no
further Information from tho Gov'
mgnt, there was from His Majesty's
Envoy, that, in consequence of
pressure from here, there was a
great deal of discussion among Sen
ators and tiio Senate is the body
.that ha3 most to do with the pas
sago of treaties. Thero was a prop
osition emanating from the Senate
that there should bo a special con
cession namely, the cession of
Pearl Haibor which lie could as
sure the Assembly the Government
at Washington was not in favor of,
and which Ills Majesty's Envoy
had been Instructed to state that
this Government would not enter
tain for a moment. There had
been fiutlicr discussion about limit
ed possession of Pcail Harbor, such
as by lease, but His Majesty's En
voy had been instructed and
further insti notions to the samo
effect were going by to-day's mail
that, whilst tho Hawaiian Govern
ment recognizes tlio United States
as our ncui est neighbor and one of
our best friends, and express its de
siro to maintain intact the present
cordial lclations between tho two
Governments, yet Ills Majesty's
Envoy was to say that, to ac
cbmmodatc this gieat neighbor
and friend, we could not concede to
to her moro than we could
to any other great power, and would
not consent to her receiving any
special privilege in Pearl Harbor or
any harbor of the kingdom except
in a general privilege to be shared
by other powers as well. He begged
to say that he know nothing of any
private correspondence except this,
that thero was a pressure of opinion
going from here to determine
opinion in Washington, but ho would
slate that from his own point of
view there was nothing whatever to
apprehend with regard to the Gov
ernment of the United States.
There camo from that Government
continued assurances of cordial and
friendly regard, and of a determina
tion to continue friendly .relations
with this kingdom. Such was tho
assurance from her Secretary of
State, that the Government desired
no trammel to bo imposed on tills
kingdom. Whatever opinions (here
might be hero or in Washington
there was no occasion for the anxiety
that had been created in Europe by
reports of new negotiations. There
was no ground for apprehension,
and tlio United States continued to
Rep. Nnlialo presented a resolu
tion for nn appropriation of 815,000
for translating the first, second and
third volumes of Grcenleaf on Evi
dence into tho Hawaiian language.
Laid on the table to be considered
with any bill tlio introducer may
At 11:-17 the house, on motion of
Rep. Brown, took a recess till 1:80.
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880.
Terii J C Foul from San Francisco
S S Zonlnndla for San Francisco at 12
Stmr Iwaluut for Kauai
Stinr Lchua for all ports in Haninkua at
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Mrlolo for Laupn'ioehoo
Sehr Canute for Jll'o
Schr Kawallanl for ICoolau
For Kahului, Maul, per steamer Llkc
llkc, Juno 14th WGoodnle.Mis Center,
G 1" Wilder, A II Smith, J Titcomb, W
K Bailey, l'uiker X Mnkce and about 80
For San Francisco, per S S Zealandln,
Juno 15 Cabin: B Gage nnd wife, II
Laws, C Uoiilon and wife, MissInlonc,
Miss Alexander, F Burr and wife, Cant
A W Pehut. and wife, Miss M Bin-bank,
MiaD Dayton and 2 cliildrcn, Mtss A
M Burke, S G Wilder, Jr, It S Moore,
Kcv Llutlholm. Steerage: J Jesus, E
Parvus nnd wife, E Kufcr, M l'avlo,
wlfu and ! children, Mrs Dyer and
child, C ICnticr, J W Hnrdwlck nnd
wife, C Sopher, F Slmllz, J Aleg, J
McKculc, wlfu and 2 children.
. . . i
Evkuv family ought to uso taro
lloui, in tome of its, forms, as prepar
ed by tho Alden Fruit and Taio Com
pany. ' 354
The choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cakes of superior quality always on
hand or made to order. At the Elito
Ico Crenn Puijois. 511
CLAitE.vcn Maefarlano has just re
ceived per "MaiipoMi" a full lino of
all tlio latest novelties in Firo Works.
Also tlio latest in Ualoons, Procession
. i ..... t .; i....i. ...... or I t)i
Morenos, .ucpcaiiiig jwjckuuh. oui n
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eases of Kidnoys and Cii eolation.
Dcscriptivo book with ovory bottle.
Benson Smith & Co., Agents. 354
of tho finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to the
highest. STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bo imitated nor much
less excelled, at tho Pioncor Stciun
Candy, Ico Cream and Cako Factory,
Hotel dtrcot, between Fort and Nuu
an'u streets. 50 2w
Mr. Locko Richardson will give
two more Shakespearian recitals
during his stay in Honolulu, at Mrs.
Dickson's residence, Beretanla
Btreet. Tho first will be "The Mer
chant oi Venice," on Friday eve
ning next, Juno 18th, and on Tues
day, tho 22d, he will recite Shake
speare's immortal comedy, "As You
Like It," nt tho same place,
LOCAL & CEMERAL HEWS.
Waikiki bridgo is in need of re
pairs. Mh. Hanks has lesutucd his duties
in Wells, Fargo agency.
' i - . m
Mn. L. Kimeke is convalescent and
Mr. Fred. Wood is improving.
The band concert nt Emma Square
last evening was very enjoynble.
The Ho Foil and Chung Ho opium
cases como up to-morrow morning at
Mas. Dubois, principal of tho
Model school, San Fraclsco,is paying
a isit to this city.
Soverin leaves by the steamer
Bishop to-morrow to photo
Waiplo Valley for Mr. J. Wil-
Mips A. M. Burko, .formerly in the
millinery department of tho Temple
of Fashion and lately with Mis. J.
Lyons, took passage by tho Zcah'iidia
to-day for lnr home in Alameda
county, Cala., where she intends to
A Chinese egg-vender, while out
on' tho plu'ns yestcidny with two
baskets full of eggs, was attacked by
several native rowdies who, out of
sheer wautO'iness, knocked tho
Chinaman down and broke nil tho
eggs. Tho peddler yelled for help
with all his might, hut nn policeman
was within hearing.
At tho meeting of facile Hose No.
1, hift evening, it was. voted to drop
tho nanio of Julius Asoli fioni tho
company roll becuuto of his nlleged
action towards that company at tho
election of eng! iccrs. Tho vote,
however, was sooe lluous, ns Mr.
Ascli being elected to tho office of
First Assistant Engineer, according
to the rules of tho Fire Department,
is no longer a member of any com
pany. . .
The dopartuie of tho H. S. Zea
landia at noon for San Francisco,
though not so largely attended as on
former occasions, and the passengers
boing fewer than on several previous
steamers, tho gtiyety was not in tho
least diminished. The Band was on
tho whnif nnd played merry tunes.
Tho steamer look 21 cabin and 27
stecrago passengers .and a cargo
valued at $152,701.51. Tho principal
shippeis of sugar by tho steamer
were Irwin it Co., 19,109 bags; Wide
mann, 3,110, ami C. Along, 1,122.
Among tho passengers weie Captain
nnd Mrs. A. W. Peirco who arc on a
visit to California and will bo absent
Aiitists' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Sti etchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store.
ON King street, on Tuesday, June
ICth, n RED SHAWL. Tho flndcr
w ill please leave sain: nt the oflicn nf
M8t DR. WH ITNE Y.
Attention, Engine Co. No. 2 !
A SPECIAL MEETING of the above
Company will be held THIS
EVENING, nt 7:30 o'clock, for tho pur
pose of Electing n Forcmnti. Per older,
It FRANK HUSTAOE, Foreman.
A lurco assortment of the
Very Latest Novelties
in this line, just received per Marl-
posn. Island orders promptly
For Sale at Bargains.
Enquire of O. W. MAOFARLAXE, 14
Knalininanu street. 04 tf
BY A PORTUGUESE, a situation In
a dry goods or groccrv Mine. Can
write n ml speak a' Tittle English, and
has had business cxpuricui-o in Ilono.
lulu. For references, clc., imply to
M. A. GONSALVES & CO ,
63 lw 57 llotel street.
Important Trade Sale
Wo lmve recoived instruction to bcII
at pulillc auction, nt our Salesrooms,
Queen street, on
Wednesday, Thursday and
June 1 Bill, 17lli and 18lh, commencing
at 10 a.m. each day, the Kutiru
Stock of Merchandise
of Messrs. Chighnrn & (Jj.,
White and Drown Cottons, Prints,
Dress GoodsClothing, Denims,
A lurge assortment of
Shirts, Blankets, Jewelry,
and a General Aistrtincut of Mcr
BST PoHitlvo Sale. -
Terms Liberal, Approved I'upcr.
E. 1 ADAMS
DUHIN'U my nbeneo from the King,
dom, MH. D. P. 1'liTEUBON will
tlausnct nil business for me under
power of attorney. A. W. I'EIItOE.
Honolulu, Juno IB, 1880. CI Ht
WEDNESDAY, Juno KJtli,
At 12 noon, I w ill soil at my Salesrooms,
without reoi vp, to close consign
ments, an Iuvolce of Eastern
make of Haggles, consisting of
6 Piano-box Buggies,
Full Leather Topi; fi Piano-box Side
bar, Leather Top, Qunker Cltv Dugglcsj
2 Leather-Top Buggies,
1 Phncton, Leather Top, Qunker
EST This is the cheapest lot of Haggles
ever otl'eicd in this city nnd nro well
woithyof inspection. TEHMB, CASH.
J. LYONS, AucL'r.
rTlENDHHS nio wanted for tho Kepnlr
of the Drlllsh barque STAK OF
DEVON, In accordance with Deport of
Survey to bo seen nt this oP.lce. No
gnnrniitct) that the lowest or any tender
will be accepted is given. Tenders to
be tuldrcssed to
THEO. II. DAVIES&CO.,
fi!l lw Lloyd's Agents.
Ever issued in tho Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Reports of Speeches
will be issued from tho
At the closo of the Session, and will
consist of the reports published
from day to day . in tho Uullk
tin, with corrections, where neces
sary. Tho Bulletin Reports aro
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and are
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
JB6F- The Edition will be limited,
and orders should be sent to the
I)um.i:tik Office without delay. All
orders received in time will be filled
as soon as tho book is published.
Trustee's Sale !
Dy order of A. J. Curtwrlght, Sr., tho
duly appointed Executor and Tiusiee of
the Inst will and testament of Emma
Knlclconnlanl, deceased, nnd' under
license of the Supreme Couit of tho
Hawaiian Islands, sitting ns a Court of
Probate, wo ate directed to sell at pub
He auction, nt our Salesroom, In Hono
tho Gth Day of July, 188G,
nt 12 m. of Hint dny, all the right, title
and intercut of tho said A. J. Cart
wright, Sr., as such Executor and Trus
tee us nforesntd, nnd nil the right, title
nml interest which the snid Emma Ku
leleonnbinl hnd nt the time of her de
cease, of, in nud to thnt ceitulu piece or
parcel of land, known ns the
situate in tho District of Koun, Island of
ICnuni, nnd containing an
Area of ,'I.OUO Acre,
more or less, us described in Iloynl Pn.
tent No. -1512, Muhtle Award 43,
at tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and also that certain picco or parcel of
land situate in Nuiinuu Vnllcy, llono.
lulu, Islund of Onliu, and known as
and being tho premises formerly occu.
pied liy W. L. Green, Ksq., as a private
tSiT For further pnrtlculurs, apply to
A. J. Curtwright, Sr., or
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
19 td Auctioneers.
rpilE GYMNA81UM PHEMISE3 on
X Fort street, lot 158 feet by 105 feet,
Duildlng80 feel by HI feet. This is a
very dualruhlc plncu for a p Ivntu roil.
dence or Lodging House, and will be
sold at a reasonable figure. Inquire, of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Associa
AOOOD, sober, reliable, stcadv man,
one used to tho country. To mko
caru of horses, milk a few cows, nnd at.
tend to grounds utn private residence
on Maul. None need apply unless fully
alilo to meet the above requirements,
Wugcs, $20 a month, bnnrd nnd lodging.
Apply to J.E. WISKMAN,
814 Gon'l Business Agent.
The White House,
No. 118 Nminini fcHroet,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms licasnnnhle. Pint-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
II, Bolter or Cream
left nt DAVIS & WILDEU'S (Tele,
phone K10) any nionlng
Before 11 O'clock
will bo filled with rensouahle
promptness by llui
Woodlawn Dairy & Stook Comp'y,
41 A. L. SMITH, Bcc'y. lni
MacNeale & Urban
Flno Assortment Arrived,
44 lni .
Base Ball Books, &c,
IJnso Hall Guides for 1880,
Flaying Kules of the Nntlonnl League,
Art of Hatting ni.d V.ate Hunnlug,
Art of Pitching nnd Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For bnlo nt T. O. THltUMS.
Just received per recent arrivals, an ex-
cellent assnitineni of Hat Letter, Cap,
Demy, .Medium nnd Folio papers for
lilnnk forms, or blank book work. AUo,
Perfection Linen nnd Marcus Waid's
nlutc 11 ii I sit folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior to animal parchment for pen
woik or printing, and tough ns leather.
JO?" Stationery nnd Bindery orders
faithfully attended to at
T. . TIIKUJI'S,
100 Fort street.
A. H. RASEMANN,
Book Binder and
(Formerly In the Gnzette Block).
Informs his friends nnd tho public gen
crnlly thnt he bus removed to more
spacious premises, directly opposite the
Old Stand, in the
Campbell Block, Booms 10 and 11,
where ho is now prcpnrcd to do work In
111 line. I'alroiiagu respectfully soil
cited. C2 lm
Begs to inform tho Public in genernl
Unit he has received nn
of Ladles', Gents' ami Children's
Boots, Shoes &
A Jii:W INVOICB OF
Crenlne French Claret
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons eaoh.
For sale In Bond or Duly puld by
2r. s. GiuxiiAuai&Co.,
U2 Queen Ktreot. Honolulu. f2m
PIG S"rOBSA LE
A FEW CHOICE small
PIGS, lit for loastlnir.
ANo, afov cholco Duroc
si3iJite Pigs, for breeding pur
poses. Apply at
40 lm LUNALILO HOME.
WLL.OHJICH N. H. CO.
rJfeirS King, Commander,
LoaveH Honolulu enoh Tuesduy at
4 P.m.. toucliir.L' at Luliulua, filnn-
Itttni Hay, Muketia, Mahukona, Kn-
waitiae, i.aupalioelioo anil lillo.
Returning, will touch at nil the
al ovi poits, arriving nt Honolulu
oaoh until nUv afternoon.
WM. G. IRW
BOLE AGENTS FOH
Alden Fruit & Taro Co.,
Aro prepared to ofler special Inducements to Plantations and Shaping Agents.
Taro Flour is packed in suitable containers for tinnshlpmcnt between tho
Islnnds nnd for foiolgn shipment. Speclnl otders will bo received nml packed In
any style required. This Taro Flour is FA II SUPEHIOIl to that manufactured
Tho now method of making Pol out of TAHO FLOUH has reduced the timo
from 2J to ONLY 1 IIO.UR. The old method of rooking It In a Ing ha been dls.
carded. Thero is no nee'd of building a lire specially for tho purpose, for it can bo
cooked at the same time that the ordinary meal is being tncpnred.
Take nn ngntc Iron or porcelain lined saucepan, nnd pour into It one part of
Taro Flour to two parts of wnter. Mix well nnd be sum there aro no lumpi.
1'lnce tho saucepan over a good lire and stir tho Hour nnd water with a wooden
spoon or slick until It becomes thick, which will tnkc from II to 5 minutes, accord
ing to ln-at employed. After It Is thick, occnslonnl thorough Stirling la neccssnry,
adding a little warm water from time to time to prevent Its getting too thick. Let
it simmer for nearly nn hour nnd he nlmosl as still' ai paint that i, quite thick,
l'ut It into a calabash or Inrge bowl, nnd let It rtnnd from two to three days, when
It will become nice nnd turt.
Should tho Pol show a tendency to become cloggy or lumpy, strnln It through
a piece of netting into a pan or bowl and smooth It down with a potato masher or
Persons preferring sweet Pol will 11 ml thnt by conking the Hour according to
tho above Instiuctlous while preparing their evening meal, and letting It stand
overnight, it will be in proper condition for uso on the following morning. :53
loui Simple Reasons Wliy
F. HORN Can Sell See Cream,
. Fruit and All Fancy Ices Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on the Islands, and which HE GUARANTEES to
be Superior to any other:
FIRSTLY HQ11N bus the practical Experience hinuelf for in yenis In all known
CREAMSund FANCY ICES, and for Hint reason Is not obliged to pay exlrn.
vngant wages for another nmtrs knowledge not woith 25 cents u him.
SECONDLY HORN bus i.o cxtin Expenses such ns Rent, Help, etc.
THIRDLY HORN hns SI E AM FACILITIES by which he can niukv in twenty
minutes whnt will inko" 4 men one hour to do, nnd for that ie.iou cnn'exccutoi
orders In far shorter time than any other.
FOURTHLY HORN Is tho practical Master over his journeymen. In many
other establishments of this kind, the journeymen nro iho muster, no mutter
how little knowltdgo they nro po tescd of, hecnuto the employer knows no
thing about tlio makug o f the article he sells.
P.S. Although not having rcceUcd tho nice.'snry appliances yet which aro to
arrive soon, F. HORN will execute small oiders fur Crcnms from litis dny on very
reasonable terms. . 'M0 2w
TEMPLE OF FASMIOM,
Ol unci 03 JToi't Street.
We are pleased to announce the nrrlval of our immense laigc Inxoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Eloii,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and are now offering unprecedented' and nnrinlled Bargains In all our depart tn'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn nt ?2 npiere, 30 yards; u very
largo assortment of new Spring stj los in Lawns, 4-1 lhitistc. Sateens, plnin
figured nnd brocaded, white Pique and u full line of Dreis Goods, the latest out.
Lace Boiiole, XjadLiew rJ?iieot; CI0I3I1
in all the new shndes; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at -10 cents,
the best value over offered.
. Clothing Department,
Just received, all the latest Htylcs iu Hoys and Children's Suits; Ureal Bargains, i
Boys Blue Flanel Sullor Suits at $i?.50 n Suit. Just leeched, direct frorm " .
Eastern manufactures, ' '
which we offer nt
205 s. COHN
JilffMfiEKr k i-oryovt struct, Vjl n Jf m
Received cz Australia, a Large and Elegant Stock of Mls-scs and Children's Spring B
HeeljSlioes of all sues. Also, a Splendid block of JH
aw Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes. icm 11
IVOTlCJEJ. BlUSIO LESSONS. 'JJ
AOLltMAN LADY, recuinmcndcd ft
by Professor U Uergcr, deslies to ?1H
ETutfL uia. Rlvo lessons in I'laiio and Singing to. jH
rlcSn LllaDGS ymiB ladles and Chlldreu. Apply at -MR
u iwwii wiiuvw fop im No. 3 Lllihn street. $IM
VT SPECIAL MEETING. 9
rrTAT nn o rtf i., tnemt mst., at 10 o'clock, a.m.. '-SW
WULJJJll 05 lU. -JtJ-lr om on ml Spld. , Vta :m
337 tf pa Beo'yl. I.S.N. Co. ''
ami Gliililrcn's Slides,. .
bo l.tot k prices.
& CO., Proprietors.
A SI'LOIAL .Meeting of tho Stock. ,-a
XX liolilers of tlio Intur.lslnuu bteam v !m
Navigation Co. will be held TUES. VJM
,'' - -uBSmscu iu. '. 1 1 ' fcf i mBMrr SHBM&