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Asking to be excused, otherwise lie
should vote no) ; Reps. Hnysclden,
Kcau, Lillknlnui, linker, Kiiuhl,
Ainuin, Kuuliti, Kuulukou, Pallia,
Ktiunnmnno, Nnhnle, Naliimi, Kc
kon, Kauknti, Kuai, Kauni, ntid
Noes Nolilo Uishop, Heps,
llrown, Wight, Kalua, Castle,
Dickey, Thurston, I'nchaolu and
Hep. Thuiston clainncl the light
to speak ns the mover of tlie main
motion, and delegated hit piivllege
to Hep. Dole. Alter some dis
cussion, Mr. Thui stun citing Amcil
cun precedent, the l'icsidcnt allowed
Rep. Brown, it being fi : 10 o'clock,
moved the house adjourn till 10
o'clock to-morrow, which carried.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1G, 188U.
Stmr O It Bishop fiom Walanao
Gciinan burk Ilydt.i fiom Hongkong
itk Lapwing from Llveipool
Behr tounlu Walker fiom S S Islands
Bk Hope fio.n 1'ort Tow iiscnd
Schr Mnlolo for Laupahochoo
Sclir Canute for llllo
Schr Kdwullanl for ICoolau
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr O K Bishop for Hotnakua at 12 in
Fiom Port Tow 'isend, per bnik Hope,
June lGth W It Booth and wife.
Fiom Fannlng's Island, per schooner
Jcnntu Walker, Juno ICtli Mr anil Mrs
A Lovcll, and Mr E Webboi .
For Knual and Wuhinae, per sto liner
Ivvalaul, Junu IStli Col '. S S) milling,
wife and fundi), 11 A Mncllo, Jr. A li
FN'ier, Geo Mundoii Mis 11 Ahltiiiiin.
J II Bums. Sr, You Olui Hie, A Khk
land, J N 8 Williams, Alex Young, Si,
II F Glade, l)r E CiiuIiIolU, G (J 1'ottei,
A Spuneei, wlfo and daughlci, S W Ka
pule, mid about DO dick.
Foi vviudw.iid pint-, per stunner
Kttniu, June lltli For Volcano: lion
SGWildei,Piof OH Hitchcock, G U
S.ugent, Mis E C S.ugoiit. C 11 Lux and
wife, M McChcsney, and It Sims.
For way poits: Mnjoi V II Cmnvvill,
MMonsanat, Chillies Akiiu, MNsLbic
CoeUett, Miss Ch.iinboil iln. U L Wight,
vv Ifo mid f inilly. Mis J Holt and 3 cbil
(hen. Mis Mm tin MrMaitfn, T Abell,
Mr Foster, II P Wood. J M Lidgate, G
Hind, J IS Hopkins ami wife, C.iptulu J
D Taj lor and wlfo, C N Arnold, Mo J
Shaw, Miss IIoopll, Mis J Williams,
Mrs J Sebtilt , J ICaulI.i mid wife. JL
Jeffrey and wife, Mr Piuvls, W J Bio
Ic, and about 12 J dock.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 1 1C0 bags of sugar and
2101 bags paddy.
Tho bark Lapwing, Capt Giuch, ni
rlvett this a m, 140 days iioin Liveipool.
Solu Mau.i look 40 tons of in.inuio to
Paukaa jesteidav, mid the Canute took
CO tons to-day for l'.ip ilkou.
The pearl shi lis tli it came bv the
Fiench schooner llamiuonl.i will bo
taken to Sau Fiaucisco on the Kate
The S S Zealand! i sailed ycsteidavfor
San Fiauclsi'o vv itli 21,880 bags of -ugar,
1,'JJ2 bags of rice. 1,432 bunches of
bananas, 1C0 bundles of sugir cane, 17!)
bdls of gteen hides, 41 diy bides, 2 hs
of betel loaves, 3 bills of goat .-kins,
and 5 bdls of sheep skins. Value
' LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Band played at the Queens'
Hospital yesterday afternoon.
Thuhe are about 200 tons of lime
stone piled up at the lime kiln ready
Mr. Barney Oidenstein has been
elected a member of Pacific Hose
Co. No. 1.
Moonlight battalion diill at Pa
laco Square this evening under com
mand of Major Baker.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held to-moi-row
ovening nt tho usual hour.
. . i
Williams' bashful boys assemble
at the Yosemito link to-morrow even
ing to leeeivo further instructions in
The monthly meeting of the W. C.
T, U. will bo held on Thuisday after
noon, at half-past 2, in the pallors of
the Y. M. C. A.
Miss Lucy Hardie, ubout 5 years
of Age, daughter of C. J. Ilaulio, of
the Enterpnse Mil), died at her home
this morning of typhoid feor.
AnouT two tons of excellent native
grass from Waikiki camo through
the town this morning on tho way to
Macfarlune's ranch on the other side
of this island.
The auction sale of the stock of
A. S. Clcghoin & Co. by E. P. Aduins
& Co., this moining, was largely
attended and will bo continued to
moriow moining at 10 o'clock.
It is repoited, on very good
authoiity, that the Northern' Pueilic
Raihoad Company intends to estab
lish a lino of bteaineis next year be
tween Puget Sound and Honolulu,
A new load which promises to bo
a line drivo is being mndo back of
tho Queen's Hospital at tho foot of
Punchbowl Hill. This joad will con
nect with tho Pauoa load and Nun
At tho special meeting of Dngino
Co. No. 2, last evening, Mr. James
Morgan was elected Foiemau of the
Company vico Mr. Frank' Hustace,
now Second Assistant Engineer. Mr.
J3. It. Ryan was elected First Asbio
tant Foromun, and Mr. C. J. McCui
ihy, Second Asbistailt,
lis a tilth Annual mould of tha
Stranger's Friend Society will be held
to.morrow, Thursday, the 17th inst,
at the residence of Mrs. F. M. Damon
Chaplain street, at -1 r. m. Gentlemen
invited in the evening. Mrs. Damon
nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Damon ex
tend a cordial invitation to all their
Rev. Di. Leckler, for many yeais a
initiionaty of the Basin Society in
China, is a p.issongui on tho Ilydiu.
The case of, small pox on boaid the
votscl will compel him to submit to
(he hardship of n quarantine on tho
vessel for 17 days. Most of the
Chiistian Chinesu on these islands
nro members of tho Baelu Mission
churches. Ho comes to the Islands
specially to visit them.
The bark Hydra anied this morn
ing J'J days from Hongkong. She
1ms .10 Chinese passengers on board,
among wnicli nro two cases of small
pox. One of the patients is nearly
convalescent, while the other is a
fresli case. The Hydra is anchored
in quarantine grounds. Sho will re
main there for a few wcekB and her
smallpox patients will be put in the
PiCTUitn Frames and Cornicca
made to order, old F .nines repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bios'. Art Store.
The Real Manila, for the first
time, has appeared in Honolulu. To
be had at the Central Cigar Stand
at Wiseman's. Tiy it. J. Hildek,
Manager. 355 tf
. . .
The choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cakes of superior quality always on
hand or made to oulei. At the Elito
lee Cream Pnrlois. 53
Clahence Macfarlane has just re
ceived per "Mariposa" a full line of
all tho latest novelties in Fire Works.
Alto the latest in Baloons, Procession
Toielies, Repeating Rocketts. 351 2t
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eases of Kidneys and Circulation.
Desciiptivo book with eveiy bottle.
Buiifcim Smith & Co., Agents. 351
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented fiom plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only punnot be imitated noi much
lc-s excelled, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy, Ice Cieam and Cako Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort and Nuu
anu stieets. 50 2w
THE LEGISLATURE TO-DAY.
After routiuu business this moi n
ing, Rep. Kuulukou appealed against
the President's ailing lust evening,
allowing Rep. Thuiston to delegate
his right to speak on the Kaanapali
c.iso to Rep. Dole. Tho appeal
was sustained y the house and Rep.
Thurston made a lengthy closing
speecli on the debate. The major
ity rcpott of the Judici.uy Commit
tee was adopted, ou'division of ayes
and noes, by 21 to 10. The Attorney-General
then moved that the
vote bo li'consideied, and Rep.
Castle, who voted with the majority
so as to be enabled to make that
motion, seconded it and spoke at
length on tho meiits of the case,
lie was followed by Reps. Dole nnd
Biowu, the mnjoiity of tho house
icf using an adjournment. Aflci
wurd the picvious question, moved
by Rep. Kcau, carried, and the mo
tion to leconsidcr the vote on the
main question was put and lost. It
was then a quarter to two o'clock,
and, on motion of Rep. Aholo, the
house adjoin ned till 10 o'clock tomorrow-.
RETURN OF THE JENNIE WALKER.
The schooner Jennie Walker ar
rived this morning 29 days from
Jaluit. Sho left here tev3ral months
ago and u' lived at Jaluit via Fan
ning's Island aftor an uneventful
passage of 80 days. While at the
South Sea Islands all the tiadiug
slatioiis of the Paciflo Navigation
Co. wei o visited. Emmet son, Mncey,
Tinner and the rest of the boys
who weio once here wero found
O. K. While the Walker was at
Jaluit a man named Fied Ackland,
who was mate on the Kaluna when
she made her first tiip to the Line
Islands, was killed. Somudischaiged
Manila sailois from a biigantine, a
liadcr at the Islands, became intox
icated and quunclcd. During the
biawl, one of the Manilans raised
an ii on bar to blrkc Ackland, who,
alter a short struggle, succeeded in
wieunhing the weapon fiom his as
sailant. The Mauilan became en
raged nnd diew a huge knife anil
stabbed Ackland in the left breast.
Acklaiid fell to the giouiul and died
in a pool of blood, his lungs oozing
thiough the gash in his bieast. The
murdeier a nil tin accomplice vveic
ui rested and put in irons. A meet
ing of all the white lesidcnts at
Jaluit and the olllccis mid sailois of
vessels in port was called. It was
dechted that the Islands being under
the German piolcctornte, and a war
vessel of that nationality being about
due, they would wait two months
for the man-of-wnr to come and try
the case ; and further that at the ex
piiation of said time, if the war
vessel shall not have- unived, tho
white people vyill take the matter In
hand, and try tho prlsoneis beforo
a jury of 12, The Jennie Walker
brought 05 tons of copia, 31 boxes
of eoi al, a largo number of huts and
mats for vnrioup patties. Sho also
brought a lighting jacket, a bundle
of speiiisand a fishing jacket for
Dr. Hyde. Captain nnd Mis. Lovell
returned by tho schooner. Tho
schooner Gen Selglo sailed from
Jaluit for Honolulu 1G days beforo
the Walker and ia dnijy- expected.
i'lie Wnlkir will ttvll In n wk or o
for Fanning' Jtsland.
W. B. M.
The annual meeting of the
Women's Boaid of Missions was
held lost evening in the Y. M. C. A.
Hull. Reports "were rend by Mrs.
Bingham, Picsiilcnl, and Mis. S. E.
Bishop, Secretary. The annual cash
statement was read by tho Ti casurcr,
Mrs. B. P. Dillingham.
Balance on hand, Juno
'2nd, 188m 9373 Hi
Annual membership. $ SO 00
Life membership 80 00
Moutlilycontrlbiitlons 18S 05
Donations 150 00 4 CO OS
Annual membership.. 1.100
Lllo nienibcish'') 10 00
Quui cily coutilbu-
thins 30 20
Donations 10 00 72 20
Donations S 00
Annual membcishlp.. 1 00
Donations '. 5100 02 00
E. M. F. S.
Life membership 20 00
Donations fi 00
Annual membership.. 0 00
LKo membcixhlp 10 00
Donations 78 00 0100
"Gleaners" 10 00
"Luna Kokua" B00
Rc'fmult'd from Illble
readet'sliuid.... 0 00
Sale or Ite-po'ls 4 00
Interest on "Perma
nent fund" 10 00
Interest to date 17 75
Bible Reader $ 48 00
Home Missionary. . . . 200 00
llaniakua chuich 10 00
goods, .i 70
Postage G CO
Filming Annual Rc-
poits SO 00
Y. M. C. A.'s ex
tended 10 00
Passage nionov, dole
gate fiom llllo... 12 50
Stoies hcut to Huk
mission 10 00
F. W. Damon, Chi
nese woik 150 00
Printing cheulais.... 4 50
tions 1 7fi
tea party Hawai
Association 4 50
Salary Foielgu MIs-
shnu'iy .100 0J
Chinese Y. M. C. A.. 10 00
Dahinee on hand i)4C 70
A paper was read by Mrs. J. M.
Whitney on the present outlook of
Cluistian missions. A solo "Mis
sionaiy's Call," was beautifully sung
by Miss Bernice Parke, with piano
accompaniment by Mis. Cuizan and
chorus by the choir and audience.
The meeting was dismissed by Rev.
A. O. Forbes pronouncing the bene
diction. Assignee's Sale.
My order of J. F. Hackteld, Esq., Un
duly appointed Asli;neo of Iho Hank,
nipt Estiite-of T. K.OIarkoof Kiimhulu,
Maui, acting under authoiity of an or.
der of the Supremo Court dated June 8,
1880, wuaicdhcctcd to bill at Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '86,
at 12 oVliick, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of tho said J. F. Hack f eld as such
Assignee, of, In and to the
sllmla ut Kipnliulu, Maui, heretofore
neiongini: to mo sum t. k.. riarko
Thu an id Plantation conn rite :tl out
1000 acies of Land In fco simple, and
about ISO'l acres of Leased Land; then
are about 7.8f0 acres of L md available
lor ciinu cultivation; about U'l acres of
Plant Cane- and about 140 ncrc-t of 1 nnil
'& Itaitonns lire now growing for th
next crnn to come off from. nv. Ditciii.
tier, 10R8, to about May, 1'87. Ttiere
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on tl o Plantation all branded KC, iibo
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
ginerally ut.ed on a sugar plantation.
The huge art of the Cane, vvlicti bur
vi 'tul, can be-conveyed tolliemill b
tin in lug.
There is a good substantial landing
bildge, in .which the Plania ion holds a
half interc'Ht. Also, a Itonkev Knglno
and Incline track connected with the
Tho Plantation Is In good running
older and a now crop is being put In al
B&- Tho terms of the Sato am OAMI,
and i ho Deeds are at tho expense ol thu
For all further paitlculirs apply to
J. F. UiickMd. Honolulu, or to OBOAH
UNNA at Kipahulu, Maui.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CI td Auctioneer?.
ON King street, on Tuesday, Junn
16th, a RBI) SHAWL. Thu finder
will picnic leave t-ame nt the nr 4
MUt DR. WHITNEY.
ABOUT 1,700 PIECES of MIMIC nf
cvory decrlptiou are offend for
sale cheap. Catalogue can bo ecn at
fi5 Uw FHBLTH & PEACOCK'S.
ASPKOIAL MKBTINO of Hie Stock
holders of .Iho Pacific Navigation
Co will be held THURSDAY, June'.!!,
1880, at 10 am., at Ihilr ollbo, Queen
streel. 5 tvv F. II. OAT, Sco'y.
Attention I Honolulu Rifles.
AnvtoiiY Honolulu Ittvi.ts, )
Honolulu, .lime 10, IS8D. )
Company Outers No. 10.
Every Member of tlili Com.
mand Is hereby ordered to ap
tHurattho Armory in Fatigue
Uniform at G SO thisr.M. sharp,
tor B million Drill.
GEO. W. McLEOD,
Valuable Leases of
Hy order of A. .1. Ctrtwrlght, Eq ,
we will hell at public auction, at our
Saleroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Juno 19th,
at 12 o'clock, noon,
of the following phct-s of Lind, for a
term of 10 yiarai
Lot Ifo. 1,
Sitiiatut on the new streit. running
fiom Mauuikei siret to t lie river," in
per Government plan of tho llnrnl
DNtrlct. This lot has a frnntago of
07 feet on the new street, and a depth
of from 2t to to feet.
Lot No. 2,
Situated on tho new street, adjoining
Lot No. I, having a frontage of iit
fiet on tho Mrect and a depth of 4S
Lot No. 3,
Situated on MaunnRca street, having
ii fr nlnu'c of yi feet on the ttrcet, mill
7J feet deei
Tho above arc nil desirable building
lots for htoies, nnd ate outside of thu
TEHMs Kent piynhlo quarterly in
idvanco I.cscu to pay Taxes ond
JPET Plans of tho property can be seen
at the auction room.
For further nartlculars, apply to A. J.
CAKTWHIt.IIT. Sr., or to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
55 Ht Auctioneers.
A l'irco assortment of tho
Very Latest Novelties
in tlif line, jut received per Marl.
pobn. ltliind orders promptly
For Sale at Bargains.
n.iqulroof O. W. MACFARLANE, 14
Kaaliiimaiiu street fit tf
BY A POHTUGUESB.a tltuatlon in
a dry goods, or groeerv etoic. Can
urito and speak a little English, and
has had business cxperlenio In Mono,
lulu. For rcferi nce, etc., apply 10
HI lw B7 Hotel btreet.
DUtUNG my abseneo from tho King,
dom. MH. D. P. PLTEitSON will
uuiisnct all business for mn under
pow er of attorney. A. W. PEIUOE.
Honolulu, June 15, 18R0. 51 -U
TE.NDKltS aro wanted for thu llepalr
of the British barquo STAIt F
DEVON, In accordance with Report of
Survey to bo seen ut this olilre. No
l" oi ran I en that tho lowest or any tender
will bo acroptid Is given. Tenders to
bo uddressed to
53 1w Lloyd's Agents.
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. Oirlvv right. Sr., the
uly appointed E teulorimd ilU'eenf
the hit vlll iiinl testament of Kmma
K'alch omiliiui dicuiFtd, nnd undir
llcenm of tho Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Idand", sitting as a Court of
Probate, wo aio directed to sell at pi b.
lie au(t!on,i at our Saleroom, in Hono
tho (Jth Day of July, 1SSG,
at 12 vt. of that dny, all tho right,; title
and inteio-t of tho said A. J. Cart
vi light, tr.,nh mch Executor and Trus
leu n afoiisaM, and all llie rlclit, llllo
iiid in'eie-t wlilcli the tald K'ina ICu
Iiilioiiiilmii liad at the tluiii of her do
1 1 aso, ol in and ( that ceitain piece or
parcel of land, known us the
situate In the District of Koua, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
A ion ol' .'1,000 Acres,
more or Ics, as dtt-crihid In ltoyiil Pa.
tent No. 4tliJ, Mahele Award l'l,
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
mid id'ii that ceitain puto ni panel of
land vltmilo in Nuuanii Valley, Hono.
lulu, I-1 a ml of Oahu, and known us
anil beinc the premises formerly nccu.
pled by W. L. Orcen, Esq., as aprlvato
13)' For further particulars, apply to
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
49 td Auotlonoers.
rPO tho Cndltoro of the TlanVrupt
JL Estate- of GOO HOY, tuke
notice: Tint Iho undersigned, assignee
of the hxtnto of OOO HOY, a
bankrupt, lm. preparatory to his final
account and dividend, pubmllied his
.irnmiiitrf ns Pllcll !!..! LM1CO Jllld tiled the
1 same boforo Hon. E. Pre-ton, .lustlec
of the Mipiemo ( (iiitt, Ht litscliamoeis,
to wlimnbo will npply at 10'o'elock
on THUIISDAY tint 17th day of .June,
1880, for n fcltlenient of said accounts
and for a ditchatgu fiom all liability as
Huchasl!nic, and for an order to make n
Until dividual, ami that any person In.
ten slid may then and there appear and
content thu Mime
W. C. PAHKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, .Juno I), 1B8(I. CO-M
The White House,
IV o. 118 JN'uuniill Hti'utt
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Hcinnahle. FlrtClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
All Special Orders
Ii, Butter or Cram
left at DAVIS & WIIDEH'S (Tclo.
phono 1!I0) any uio'uing
Before 11 O'clock
will be flllid with rcii'onablo
pioiu tuess by tho
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Comp'y,
41 A. L. t-311'lll. See'y. lm
MacNeale & Urban
A Flno Assorfmenl Arrived,
C. O. 33 EXGJOER.
Base Bali Books,&c,
llaso Hall Q ildes foi lf8H,
l'lajing Roles ol tliu National Liague,
Art of Matting aid llafc limining,
Art ol Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For wile at
T. 0. Til HUMS.
Just received per recent arrivals, an ex.
cellent in.sitmcnt of Hal Letter, Cap,
Demy, Mclluin and Polio paperb for
blank forms, or blank book work. Alio,
Perfection Llnun and Maious Ward's
ilute llnihli folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior io animal parchment for pen
"oik or pi luting, and tough as leather.
SSyStuilonci)' and Bindery ordera
faltlitully attended to al
100 Fort street.
A. H. RASEMANN,
Book Binder unci
(Formerly in the, Oaetto Block).
Informs his friends and Iho public gdn
erully that be lus removed to more
spacious prunlf-cH, directly opposite the
Old Stand, in the
Campbell Block, Booms 10 and 11,
where ho Is now preparol to do work in
his line. I'atroiiao nspectfullv ojj.
cited. fij lm
Hogs to'infoim thoPibllo In general
t at ho has received an
of Ladles', Cents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
rpilK GYMNASIUM PJ1KMISES on
L FottHroet, htB8 reel by 103 feci,
HilldinglO feet by Rl fid 'lhi8 Is a
very di .d rabli nhuo fnraplvalo iod.
(linen oi Lnilinur I Io .so nnd will be
old ut a rinsouablo llg re Inqiilro of
O II LTE,
Tuasuier Honolulu Athletic Wruia.
Hon. CO 1 m
AOOOD snbor, reliable, steady man,
onu tucil Io tho emmtry. To tako
care of horses, milk a few rows, und at.
lend In giounds at a private residence
on Maul, None neid apph unless fully
able to miet the above requlicmcnts.
Wages, $.) a month, bn ml nnd Induing.
Apply to .1 E WISI'MVN,
!H I Gun'l Huslacbs Agent.
WM. 6. IRWIN &
BOLE AGENTS FOR THE KINGDOM OF
The Celebrated Taro Flour
Are prepared to Oder special inducements to Plantitlons and Shipping Agents.
Taro Flour Is packed In suitable containers for transhipment between the
Islands nnd for foielun shipment. Special oiders will be icceived and packed In
any stjle required. This Taro Flour Is FA It SUPEHIOR to that manufactured
Tho now method of making Pol out of TA1IO FLOUK has reduced the time
from 2 to ONLY 1 IIOL'll. The old mi thod of cooking it in a It ig has been dis.
carded. There Is no need of building a lire spi dully foi the purpose, for it can bo
cooked nt the same lime that the ordinary mini l being pteparcd.
Tako an agato iron or porcelain lined Hiuiepan, ami pour into it one part of
Taro Flour to two parts of vvuter. Ml well and be sum there nro no lumps.
Place the tauccpan over a good fire and stir the Hour and vviter with a wooden
spoon or stick until it becomes thick, which will tnko from " to ft minutes acctutl
ing to heat employed. After It is thick, occasional thorough stir lug Is necesary,
adding a little warm water from time to lime to" prevent It.s getting too thick. Let
it simmer for nearly an hour and bo almost as still" n ptiial lb-it i, quite thick.
Put it into a ralabush or largo bowl, und let it stand from iwo to three days, when
it will become nice and tart.
Should tho Pol show a tendency to becomu cloggy or lumpy, strain it through
a piece of netting into a pan or bow I and smooth It dovv n w llu a potato masher or
Persons preferring sweet Pol will lind that by cooking the Hour according to
tho above lustiiictions while preparing their evening mini, nnd leltuig it stand
overnight, it w ill bo In proper condition for iino on the follow Inc morning. 852
F. HORN Can
Fruit and All Fancy Sees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on tho Islands, and which HE GUAHAjS'IEES to
be Superior to anj other:
FIRSTLY nOENhaB the practical Experience hini'ilf for-i" vents In all known
OltEAMSand FANCY ICES, nnd for that reison is not obliged to pry extra,
vagaiii wages fur another man s knowledge not vvoith "5 eens to htm.
SECONDLY HOllN has i o extia Expenses such as Hent, Help, etc.
'IIIIHDLY IIOHN hn-STEAM FACILITIES by which lie can milk- in twenty
minutes wnni uui laiui 4 men one Hour ti no, nun 101 una tensou can cxccuio
ordcis in tar thotter time than mi) oilier.
rOUKTHLY I'OHN is tlie practical MaMir over his journevnun. In many
other establishments of this kind, the journeymen arc the uitia'es, no matter
how little knowledge they are po sesed o "became the employer Knows no
thing about tho makng o f the article he sells.
PS. Although not having received
arrive soon, F. 11UKN will execute small
Ol ami OJ$
Wo are pleased to announce the nrrlval of our immense latpc Invoice of
Diy Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Eli,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods -
and are now ottering unprecedentctltnd uiuivnlledllargains in all rurdeparlm'ts
Letting' Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Liwn nt 2 apiece, 10 jaid; a very
largo assortment of new r-pring stvlos In Lawns, 4J Patiste Salient, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a lull line of Diets Oocd-, the latest out.
JLaoe Boiiele, Ln-lio' 1Vio1; Olotli
in all tho now shades; 10 doz Ladies Lisle Tlueail lloio at '10 cents,
tho best value ovir oHend.
Just received, all the latestst.vks in liot and Children's .Suits; Ureal Hargaini,
Boys lllue Flancl SailoiJMilis nt $L&0 n Suit. Just leeeived, direct from .,
which wo oiler ut
S. CO HIM
'i umhmc Kvmnrvtf
j . jftHr3
Received ex Auttialla. a Largo and Eligunt Slock of Mlin-s and thtldien's Spring
Heel Shoes of all sizes. ALo, n Splendid Mock of
Gents' and Boys'
AT SPECIAL MEETINU. M
ABPKOIAL Jluetlng of tho Stock. &
holduisot the Inter Island Steam Jlffi
Navigation Co. v ho held '1UE8- Rl
iirnT wu s nn D,VY o23mnnHt,,iit looviook.AM., wM
W llJjJ? JPJ OE UU. ul ,m,lr olc tho E-plauaile. Per fmf
837 tf 8 . See'y l.l.b.'N. Co. ML
the mce Miry ii pllanccs jei which arc to
ordeis for Creams fit m this dny on very
ami vyiuiuLuuo v
& CO., Proprietors.
y y udi, mm
LO'.l Fort SirtTet.
fsk rw'-ii musm.
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ii I 'JE
Boots and Shoes.
AULRMAN LADY, reei.mmoiided
by Profussm 11 Uerg' r, deiies to
givo lessons In Piano and Singing to
joung Ladles and Chlldroii. Apply at
1110 lm NieUl! l.lllh.1 street.