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ContfnwH ,Vnm fttiff 8.
LJ. "- ". '. "L1
could Ik; iWft lo nrvnl arlvnutngu,
jII tlio public ululi, and nil w with,
is Unit tliunu ground, uliluli mo
jiubllu ".roitiuU, shall Improve, from
year to year. It Is no tiso lo talk to
im tittfitit the report of thu Kinniico
Comiiiittuu. lluro vc nru aiding on
tills to-ihiy unci tho report of Unit
committee may not he in for a.
month. Tlicrofoiu, I move tiiat this
item be amended to read 810,000,
with tin, confidence that, before the
bill lb read again we shall have fuller
The item parsed us in the bill.
On motion of Wep. Knlini, the
committee rose, ropoited pt ogress,
and asked leave lo resume at half
past 1 o'clock this afternoon.
The Assembly having resumed,
therepoitof the committee of the
whole was, on motion of Hep.
Aholo, adopted, and the house ad
journed till half-past 1.
" WEDN D AY,M Aii271i8Cr
Hgtnu AV O Ii win from San l'ranolsco
SimrKllnuoa llou from Windward l'ts
Wulir Nettle Merrill from I.alialna
Selir Wallelo from l'.i a
Selir AValuhu from Inhi
Selir Eliukal from AViiIalua
Stmr 0 K IIMiop for Walanao
Bk Forest Queen for San Francisco
Tern Kva for San FrnneUeo
Tern Win Jientou for San Fr.uiehco
Selir AYnllelo for Pala
Selir Nettle Merrill for I.alialna
VESSELS IN PORT.
BU Star of Devon, Moekets
llktiic Morning Star, Tunner
Bktne Nellie M Slaile, Gould
Tern Eva, Wlkmaii
For San FraneNeo. per Forest Queen,
May 11 Mrs McAllister, Ml I.uev IS
Young, 1) 11 Uook, F lHimeger unil 11
For Windward Forts, jWt W O Hall,
Mav 11 Ut Itev UMiop Willis, Mrs A
Willis. Kd Smllli, .1 Ilyiuan, Mrs F
O'lJrion mid child, II M Milling. AV 0
llollbi'-cad, Miss Kckuaalu and 100
For AVIndwaril Forts, per Klnaii, Mav
11 Major W II Cornwell. W II Cuin
inlngs, AV G Irwin, Mr l'ltnain. M D
Monsarrat and family, lion A Fornan
der, 11 Ttirton, ,lr, It A Lvuian, J It
Kenton. M Hots, MNs L ftoss. Miss
I'eaniani, Clumjj Lung AA'ong Kwul,
Yuea Sheo, AV It Seal, C 12 Itlehardsou,
F Halstead and 100 deck.
CARGOES FH0M ISLAND PORTS.
Schr AA'allele 1.235 bags of sugar.
Sehr AValeliu 800 bags of sugar.
Selir Ehtikal JJS7 baus of sugar.
Captain Klbllng has rcllnqiilshcd Ihe f.
coiumanu oi nie sciiooner Yvaieliu.
The Forct Queen sailed yeiUiidayJpi'
oan r r.iiiuieo Willi 10,21.1 nags of sugar,
SCO bags of rice and 177 bbls of niol- I
assc. Value, 601,0011.77. I
J M J IHIIJ '
LOCAL & CEIIEHAL NEWS.
The Myrtle's Now England kitchenl
and ball to-inonow evening at central
I'm: Honolulu I'.ifles hold tlieir
regular weekly drill at the Armon
The "Woman's Church Aid
bociety" will meet to-morrow at 2 :Ii0
1'. m., at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A.
Mn. J. Lyons will sell dry goods'
anu iurniiure at ins regular cash
sale, lo-nioirow morning, nt It,
The Lapahoehoe.mill has about GOOi
tons of sugar ready for market, which
will probably bo brought here by tin
Kinau next Saturday.
The Y. M. C. A. and their friends
will give an entertainment to tin
crew of II. 13. M. S. Triumph, or
Thursday ovening, at 7 :!i0 o'clock.
Mn. A. W. Pierce's horse and draj
ran away on Queen street yesterday
and were stopped by a native, wlii
jumped on the dray and caught tin
Lindsay charged witl
in tho 1'olico Cour
not thu Thos. Lindsay
and jeweler, Nuuaiit
A lahoe crowd gatheied on Queei
missioner, was a visitor at the Legis
latum this morning, and His Ex. G
W. Merrill, U. S. Minister Itcsident
Arrj:i! an animated discussion, tin
Assembly in committee this afternoon
cut down a Foreign Oflico itojn, foi
extra clerks, translators and copyists
from. 1,000 to Jf2,-J00.
Thu ICo Au Hon wont on the
Marino Unilway yesterday, to have
her leak stopped. .It was diseoveied
that thu oakum had como out of one
of tho seams, and that was whore the
water came in.
Si.sx'i: tho lire, Chinanion have
taken rooms orhotues in overv diie
tion. In fconio places portions
dwellings have been vacated to make
loom for tho Cliinesu, while in oilier
parts of tho town entire houses have
been given up to thuin.
Tun Nellie M. Slade has been char
tered by Mesris. Ciibtlo A Cooke, to
take sugar lo San Francisco. Sho is
expected to return Jiero with a cargo
street this noon to seo a native nohre m'ent :
man chase a drunken white man Jrj hull
Tho latter could run, but not fasl 3 k'2r, of
enough. a cifcdita
. . R ii rniid t
handle, and If nnl
ncnt to llriiukimu.
tbi-cdiitirttst lori'iii Iiiih been awarded
mote of ffWItii; H'tiild thedeiiiolinbed
new house willAVo Chan fe L'o. The
one. Inlnfr till be similar to the old
eompofim of no stories and being
digging 'ntittlulirick. AVorkinen aie
fimn llfii' hot S eeller, and the fumes
Olune4 i rovispirits and shnnu'iing
I ions in horrible.
Mr. (jeorge --.
the miifuigein riavauaxli letiros from
Hotel, ilnd is jnt of tho rolynesian
The iMlynosauueeeed by Mr. Meller.
propiitor ui ii, with Mr. limber as
inniiaiAer, has id Mr. Cnvaiiugli as
Tlmiito. lo heuu a lliianulul success.
lluwiiKaiiH (those of the public,
patronize a mil foioignors, wlio
piofeilneo I white nmn's houe in
' o a eliiueso outfit.
:ioo ujiis or i
Ipoko plataliou has about
and is iuctei
ii'jnr leady forsbipincnt,
and Mlif I'.
ising tlie anioiiiil. Tins
ia plantation turn ofit
ns per week, llio sclioo
sail ii'or tin
loll, hhukai, and tiioliu
re to-day. i lie Wailele
to-morrow. These four
SOU i Will .-I
nil the steamer .1. I. Dow
IJoon catch up with the
Kliilkni lefing. After one tiip, the
nines her A aialua lout.
ball to be
w I'.nulatul Kiiciicu auu
given by llio Myrtle llont
irrow evening, at Central
uses to lie a very brilliant
lliree-fourtlis of the large
ing, and (
je hiublv waxed for dune-
fxcellent niusic will bo fur-
)n the AA'aikiki side of the
hvill bo tho kitchen, where
bfreshnients will be served
u't' tho evening, by tho lady
sale at u rtiie cliui. 1 no tickets lor
dancing St's and King Uros.' include
this alia rainl refrcsluuents, and as
ing funi' Sr'is for the purpose of rais
the boyi Is to liipiidato a club debt,
sistance k naturally expect public as-
and a large attendance.
Its' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
irs, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Art store. !J20 Ct.
and see my new Stetson
all shapes. .Just opened, a
e of Parasols and Fans, which
ell nt very low figures. Also,
'paten' jtoves and Mitts, in all shapes;
g -'i Leather Pumps (dancing
fr.hocs)l in biee and ties. The latest
Millinery leccived by every
K'r. lie sure ana nave a look at
ost exquisite evening Bonnets
era rink, Lt. iiiettcli green,
i giecn, turcois blue, lilac, an
cle, at (21) Ciias. J. Fishi:l.
ic front of the Hawaiian Hotel
nted a magnificent appearance
night, the occasion of the
dilation concert bv the Koval
Hawaiian Band and the Baud of II.
B. Jji. y. Triumph. From summit
to basement the stately building was
btrusg v.'ithJajitcrns of j every con
ceivable shade of color. Light was
notjneeded, because the moon sup
pliel it, but the beauty of variegated
color was exceedingly grateful. The
bah onies, parlors, and billiard hall
teoi led with human life. The grounds
froi 1 the gate to the building, wero
a mass of humanity. From the Sov
erei 411 of the kingdom down to tlio
low .'st grade, every class and phase
of t oeicty was represented, and till
sec ned in a condition of enjoyment
lino satisfaction. Jtcur-Auimrui Mr
Micmael Seymour and ollicers of ttie
Tri umpli wero in the concourse. Thu
.'two Bands were stationed in the
rot inula at the right front of the
Ho lei. The first two pieces were
ipla ycd by our Band, and no greater
coi npliment can bo paid it than to
sa;,' that it never played better.
Tllic next two numbers wero allotted
to J the Triumph's Baud, widen
pliiyed exquisitely, and to the in
telisu delight of the listeners, hi
tle second part of the programme
tile two bands combined and played
tonethcr, producing a wonderful
vollume of lovely sound that made
liic feel desirable. Such was the
iiltcrcst and delight of the crowd
that it frequently applauded enthu
siastically, and remained without
ilv perceptible diminution to the
ciid, a little past ten o'clock.
A RICH TREAT.
Harely is a. Honolulu audience
eated to so fine a literary entcrtnin-
is that "iven at the 1 .M.C.A.
last evening by Professor Par-
ioronto. ihe audience was
bly full, especially when tho
utdoor conceit of the Hoyul
jawniinn Band and the Rand of II.
. M. S. Triumph was in progress
1 the Hotel grounds, within hear
l distance. The programme con
ned of: "Lasca" (a tale of the
niries); "My first and last ap
arance on the stugu;" "Trial
;cne" (from Merchant of Venice) ;
Lord Dundreary receives a let
r;' "The Uevengo;" "Tlie
mrity Dinner;' "The Fall of
jmberton Mill;" "How Ruben
ein played the Piano." Every
unber was given in an effective
aimer. The professor is master
tho art of mimicry. His changes
nn character to character are iu
.utaucoiis, and so complete that
0 audience almost discredit their
esight in realizing that tho pcr
:tner is always the same person.
ie programmu was well arranged,
mprising 11 lino variety of comedy,
.gedy mid humor, while all the
rts wure admirably rendered, (he
dercliant of Venice" was a mns
micceof elocution; Lord Dun-
IiIb letter kept the
.. .- . ...... w
(tlcuve cotiViust'U wuu luurnmcut;
tho "Full of tho I'ombPrloii Mill"
wn pflvcn with such terrible vivid
ness as to make the audience eiiil
ble of bring hi full view of llio
uwful trajjeily, Thu closing piece
full ly cairied away thu house.
"I low Hnbeiistein played the I'iano,"
apart from the elocutionary repre
sentalion, Is a masterplcco of
literary craft. It was given witli
consummate skill, and would nlouo
have more than answered tho most
sanguine anticipations of a splendid
entertainment. Another opportunity
will be affouled to hear Professor
Parker, on Friday evening, at the
same place, and there is no doubt ,
he will be greeted with a bumper i
A Mee'lng of Ilawnllan
Lodge, No 21, F. &, A. M..
will l.e held THIS fWed.
A-" nrMlliyi r. v i.L, i,i, in i;.iu
,.... t.Mrv V rvr , ... t-.m
o'cloLk. Flist Degree. A'Mttng Ureih
rca cnnllally inviliu. A full alti-ndniicc
It. n quested, us ihe work will lie under
the dirteilon of the Drptttv Grand I.cc
turer. (20) W M. .1 OHNSON, Sec'y.
A FUIiNISIlED IKJUSC In Ninianu
J. Avenue. AUo, I) rootns siiltulile
for olllcet lit No. 12 Kaahiiiaunu stieet.
Apply at No. 1CU Niiuanu Avenue.
A SITUATION In a Law or ntlier
olllee, by a peion conversant with
the praelicc of law, tlio ilinuin mid
execution of all klniN of legal Itislru.
meats and Nourhil duties, u.lso, wiih
Fire Insurance. Can furnish type
writer and electric pen. AVII1 work for
a 'moderate siilary. Addre- I. O. Box
30.1, llnnolubi. 211 :!i
T1IUHSDAY, May IStli,
At 10 a.m., ut my Salesrooms, will be
sold ut Miction, a full line of
Glassware, Crockeiy, Blue .Mottled
Soap and Groceries, Bags No 1 and
2 Suiuar, line Table Pu.ielies it Pears,
crates new crop California Potatoes
AValche, Jewehy, Guns Js Pisi"ls,
"Variety of Furniture,
A lino square Piano, lied Lounge,
entirely new; 3 Settees, Chairs,
Tables, Sewlag Machines, -10,000
Cigarettes, a lot of Hue Pictures,
A. Fcav Good XIoi'Mcn.
'it J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
Regular Cash Sale.
On SATURDAY, May 15th,
At 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, will be
sold 111 Public Auction, a ceneral assort
ment of Merchandise, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Crockery
Furniture, Sugar, Potatoes, Soap,
Groceries, Matches & Jewelry,
j.iij, nt ia rs'ocm,
1 light Ilrowne'll side bar open Buggy
in (liat-clats order; coit, 2 years ago
1 Hlack .Male, suitable for a family to
1 Hay Horse, Saddle or Driving, only
C ,cars old.
1 Canopy-top side bar Muggy, nearly
nev. ; and several saddle and Uarriagc
Horses. Also, at the Uout Landing, 1
fiut sailing Sloop.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2G lit Auctioneer.
A FILE OP T1IK GAZEITL for the
past II years. Apply to
25 lw .1. U. CL15VIOK, iiiillctin Olllee.
Inconsequence of having been burned
out 1 beg to notify my friends and
the public hi general, that I have re
moved to 10U XiiUiiiui street, next to the
Commercial lloiel. Coffee and Lunch
at all hours, as before.
:iJ2 lni THOMAS MULDOOX.
AI'OY to attend Garden work, clean
Hori,o and Buggy, and diive a
little. A good home oli'ercd. and $10 a
mouth. Apply to J. E. ISKMAX,
ill I Gen'l Hnijine.". Agent.
For Family Use,
Salmon Sollies, in 25 & 50-lb. Kits,
Salmon Tips, in 25-lb. Kits,
Codfish, in 25-lb. Kits,
ALSO, O.N HAMI,
Plantation Salmon, Bbls. &. Tierces,
The above are of late arrivals, and
guaranteed In good older. For Hile by
30!) I m OAhTLK & ilOOKK.
YlRE, FIRE !
HAVING been obligul (on short
notice by the above element) lo
move to some other (pinners, wu would
therefore notify our patrons, and nil
thoe that wish us well, thai weaiu now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where we shall lie prepared to 1111 all
Mm & Provisions.
alio, in the Feed Hue, as
May and Grain.
Orders tnliclti'd, prompt attention and
lair pi lees gutirunteed.
6- Hell Telephone K49, Mutual Tule
WOLFJE Ac CO.
Just ABT3ved,,CorPrtttioh st0Ck6
r I'titk In-. S !!. .
VIS'I L-'Olt HAIjI'J,
AN AOUTMIlNT OK
In part n- followi", vir.
Open Ivers Buggies
Top llruwttir Box bugules,
Top llrewitcr Pluicton Huggle.J,
Open DeiuiH rat Wagons,
Canopy To,! Waguu,
Utensil Top Milts,
lt'ind C'irts and .Mule Can?.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, April II"., IHI W1 lni
Wo should Blot Out Disease
iu Its Early Stages.
The dl.-iae commences with a flight
derangement of thu siomnoh, hut, if
neglected, ll In time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, lltor,
panel eas, mid la fact the entire gland,
ul ir system; and the alllleted drags out
a miserable exlMenee until death gives
rillef from sull'iring Tho (llst-iiMi is
olicn mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ak himself thu
following ipastloas he will bo able lo
deicrnilne whether lie himself is one of
(lie atlllcled: Have I dUlres, pain, or
dlllleulty In lireiHhlng after eallngf Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsines? Uac the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky miicoiu
gamer about the guiiH and teeth In the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree
able taste? Is tlie tongue eo.ited? Is
there pain hi the sides and back? Is
there a fullness about the right ilde as
ii inu over weie enlarging? is mere
vettlgo or (li.lii(!- when rising sud
denly i'ioiii an horizontal position? Are
the secretions fiom the kidnejs highly
coloured, with a deposit utter standing?
Dees food ferment soon afler eating,
accompanied by llaluleiicc or belching
of gas fi om thu stomach? Is there fie.
ipient palpitation of ihe heart? These
various symptoms muy not be present at
one time, but they torment the sullen. r
in t it I ii as Ihe dreadful tlUcatc pro
gresses. If the ease he one of long
.standing, Ihuiu will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended alter a time by e.pec.
(oration. In ciy advanced stages the
skin assumes a "dirty brownish appear-
ance, and the hands and feet are covered
by a cold sticky perspliation. As tho
liver and kidneys become moie and
more dbeascd, iheumaiic pulim appear,
and the u.miiiI treatment proves entliely
uuaMiiUng against ihe latter agonising
ill-order. Tlie oiigiu ot this malady is
indigestion or dyspcp-Ia, and a small
quantity of the pioper medicine will
remove the disease it taken iu its incipient:-.
It is most important that the
disease should be promptly ami propel ly
ucatcd iu its first stages, when a little
medicine will elleet a' cure, and even
when it has obtained u stiong hold tho
correct remedy should lie persevered In
until every vertigo of the dlscasu is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs lestoied ro
a v healthy uondition. The surest and
most ellectual remedy lor this distress
ing complaint is 'Selgel's dilative
Syrup," a vegetable picpaiation sold by
all chemists uud uidicine vendors
thcoughout the world, and by the pio
prb'tois, A. J. White, Limited, London,
j. C. This Svrm strikes at the verv
Inundation of the disease, and tlrhcs It,
loot and branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for hjeigers Curatlvu
"K.ist-strcet Mills, Cambridge-heath,
"Loudon, E C, July 2 ith. 18S!J
"Sir, -It gives me great "pleasure to bo
able lo add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suffered for some length of time
from a severe foimot imUgu-tiun. and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible melius to get iclief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had swallow,
ed siillicient of their stun" to float a num.
of-wnr, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on tho scene
iu thu midst of my sulleiiugs, brought
with him n bottle of ,our Scigel Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating ho lelt
conlldent lt would Lcuellt me. liclng
weary of tiysng so many drugs, I eon
deinned it hefoie Dial, thinking it could
not po.-sihly Jo me any c;ood, hut ulti
mately determined lo take tho Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed s'lcli n change in me that I continued,
taking it for neaily two months, and I
then fell thoroughly cured, lor 1 have
discontinued its Use for live weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can par
take any kind of fond with case and
comfort." I am theiefore thankful id
you that, through the Instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored lo
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. i'ouvrim
"To Mr. A. J. White"
Thotu who are in Ihe "Asthma
Pur mice" should lose no lime iu obtain
ing relief by the use of "The Hosing,
weed Tar Mixtuio;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma siillercrs, who nro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
leslorer, balmy sleep," should nnke use
of "The ltosiuweed Tar .Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo JJouse, London SUle, Chis
wick, 'February 17th. 18S2.
"Messrs. Wnlto and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with great pleas,
ure that I add my testimony to tlie
wonderful effects of Selgcl's t-yiup. For
years I nail been suffering from billons
attacks, wlueli began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not be able to lecogulse
any one or anything at thu distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive trembling of
mv knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a seven;
headache would occur, lasting often twe
or tbieo dags. 1 have tried various
remedies for these dlstiesslng symptoms,
but until I tried t-elgel's .-yruii 1 had no
n'.ef. .-hire then 1 have had excellent
health In every respect, and If ever I
feci a headache coming on 1 take one
dosu of the Syrup, which arrest It.
Hoping thatthls testimonial may hu the
means of Inducing others iwho suffer as
I used) to ty the Syrup, as 1 feel sine
they will iceclvo speedy bouellt and
ultimately be cured, I beg to lemaln,
"A. II. Hohton."
Selgel's Operating Pills piuveut 111
effects from uxeoss In eating or drink
ing. A good dixu at bed-time renders
a person lit lor Ini-lndss in tho morning.
If you have Asthupi use" 'The lusiuweed
I J.U1 rfUJAllUU,"
lldw'nCiiriiiifMiinf'gUo., Jt DO IbO
'-. O. II dl V ! $ 73 wo
Ini.r.Isluiiii .. N. Co., wlOO lot)
Hell Telephone. (,J Il:l III
llaw'u Agricultural Co., (U10O 100
Wilder' Stemin.M. Co., 0100 KM)
C. Ilrewr.) it lo., 1MJ 100
Woodluwu Dairy, DC 100
VVallukti SiiRar Co., Oil 100
Waluiiinido, 1S5 100
Star Mill. 34Si fi()0
Ih'cipioeiiy Sugar GVt rO 1CKJ
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Urokei.
3" Merchant S'teet. 151 ly
rnilUKK CO'lTAOES. Inonlre of
.1. ants. H. LOVE.
17l Fort street.
4 Tn si(H.nl inecibigot the Hawaiian
jCV Carriage aiaiiutaeturlm: Co. held
this day. L. u. SCIlt'MAX was elected
Seeielary and Tiea'uier In place of
Thos. S. I)otigla resigned.
V.. G. SCHUMAN,
Sec'ry Ilaw,n ('airhme Manf'g Co.
Honolulu, Ma :ird, 1S80. :tl8
Nutiiic lo the Public.
JV.. WlhKMAX, proprietor of the
t Central Cigar Stand, on .Merchant
stieet, begs to inloini tho public that he
ieii secured the services of Mr. F.
IllLDKK, formerly at II. J. Nnlte's
Kestauraal, who will take exclusive
charge of my Cigar and Tobiico Stnnd,
and will eiufe.ivor lo kceji constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, lie trusts, will be nppitciated by
the geueial community. Orders Irom
the oilier islands will be promptly at
tended to. I'atroni.e Mr. F. Ililder, who
Is a thorough judge of a good smoker's
UU lni J. B. WISK.MAN.
BTuINC, fully convinced that the
seventh day of the week is not the
true Sibbath, which wu arc commanded
to observe and keep, I shall, on and
after tho llrst day ot May, 1SSU, run tho
liusine-s at the
as usual, on Saturdays, until 11 p.m., and
continue to -ell the best of every kind
of L'upiois us heietofore. not using as
an inducement to p.lui olflhpiors of r.n
inferior quality, the blandishments of
lloston Clam Chowder and other dell,
caeies manufactured in a second rate
Thanking friends and the public gen
erally fi past favors, and hoping for a
continuance of the same.
F. L. LESLIE,
Manager Itoyal Saloon.
E3rThollncst KNULISH ALE, on
draught, in ecu's a gins. Iced. Ill 72 w
Uy order of L. A Thurston and Mrs.
II. 0 Alexander, administrator and nil.
inlniMratrix of the Estate of C. II. Alex,
under, deceasid, acting under order of
sale nt ihe Suprem Co'irt, I will sell at
public auction, at my Salesroom in Ho
MONDAY, May 24, 3 880,
At 12 o'clock, noon, all of tliat cer
tain piopcrty known as tho
situate in Makawao and Kula, Maui,
consisting of the lauds of
KALIALINUI, containing 19,8.18 acres,
l'ULEHUNUI mauka, containing 11,.
AAI'UEO 1 and 2, containing 0;Ji acres,
Total, 32,071 acres, moro or less,
The Lands are nil in fee simple, and
title is perfect.
The Ranch Stock
GOO hoad of Calllo, moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheop, moro or less,
85 Horses, moro or less,
A portion of tho land is wooded
plying an abundance or firewood
A portion of the hind not at present
necessary for carrying on the ranch is
rented out, bringing in an annual rental
'I hu lands e.t ml from Mualnea Hay,
including fishing light, lo the top of
Ilalcal.ain, and me bounded on one side
by thu Von Tempsky and (loudness
ranches, mid on the other side by
Spieekelsville, W. II. IWlley's ranch, thu
Last Maui bU'Ck Company 8 raacli
(IbowcrV) and Ilalkuaika.
The soil is iu great part rich and fer
tile, and the pastuie for stock excellent.
The laud and stock will be sold as a
whole, being put up nt an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms me: 25,000 cash, the balance
to bo paid iu eipial installments in 1,2,
!i, ) and fiyenm, secured by llrst mort
gage upon Ihe premise sold, and 1m
provements hereafter placed thereon.
Iilleiest ul the into of 8 put cent, per
nunum, free of taxes, payable semi-annually.
1'r mipnl anil interest payable
in United Stales gold coin. Deals at
expeuee of puichascr.
J. LYONS, Aucl'r.
5J" Miijm of the land can bo seen,
and lull pailicuhus obtained at the
olllee of L. A. TIIUKSTON, !!8 Mer.
chant street. 321
Just Landed !
Hx bark James S. Stone,
'J'lit' Grcuuliie Xi-miUIln
For sale In lots to suit ami at
Lowest Market Hates.
C. BREWER & Co.
Fresh Home Steam Made
CANDIES AND OikKES .1
of the greatest virlrtf. and 1nrifet stock, nlwnv on hand, nt Hie InWMt
prices, and iTKICTLY 11 HE, can only be found at
F. HORN'S STEAM- CANDY
Iactory imicI .'Ir5ji.Icoiv. .
The Finest and Richest Wedding Oakes,
In nil sizes, ulwnvs on hand, and ornamented in the highest sty In of art, nt
prices which c.umo; be com icted witn, at the H'lini- phtru.
322 Uolli '.Telephone. V-l. lw
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO GO.
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Tho Flour wo are nt picscnt supphlng is far superior to any previously otTercd,
and can on made into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBEll OF PALATABLE DISEES
at less expense tlmti any other farinaceous preparations.
Highly recommended by physicians as au iuvalu.ib.o diet fur persons sutler.
Ing from ((bordered stomach or bowels, as well as a nutritious food for the healthy.
For Sale y all Grocers.
DIHECTIONS FOR MAKING POL Taku the desired amount of Hour and
mix very thin with cold water, being sure there are no lumps. Conllno this in a
bag or cloth and place in a kettle of bolting water, mid let It continue to boll 1,
to 2Jj hours, uceoidiug to quantity used, care being taken to place a piece of per
forated tin at the bottom of the kettle so us to prevent the cloth from burning.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout spoon, lidding a little water until tho
whole is well mixed. Let this stnnd from live to six hours Then add water Iu
small quantities, mixing thoroughly and kneading until thu desired consistency is
obtained. Owing to its purity lt takes from three to four days to become acid or
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort ond Alakoa Streots.
TS'eT Grooclw, JTiiKt K.ccoJvort,
Kces Family Ueefj kegs and half bills. Vk I'ork; Eastern llloek Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues'; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Iteef; 1J med Chicken; Dtipeu
Hnnu and Haeon; (Icnuinc Maple Syrup; C.ilu Stu Drips; FrcOi N'cn Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; Xo. 1 Flour; Wheat; .Mild
Cheese; Ucrmea, and a
General Assorlment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
3?. O. IShx :$?. 'L'Mlfplioiic 1 M.
B. F. DlI.T.INOIIAM,
President and Maunder.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.lmlteil, Kueei'NHoi-H to IMIliiiKhmn A. Co, ami Haiiiuel 'ott.
GOOD ISTIGJ-3E3CrJ? "
PrfiiM Safety Kerosene 01150
Recommended by the Nev; York Board of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315. ESTAllLlSllEIW"!. Telephone 172.
General Business Agent.
Heal Kstnto Ancnt,
Wlldei's Steamship Agent,
Oreal lbitlinton Ualhond Agent
Repairing ami ltepolislilng neatly
done. French polishing a speciality.
110 King Street, Honolulu.
Honolulu, April 10, 18S0.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned
not lo trust my son, IIAKKY
Mcf'HKSNEY, as 1 U not pay bills of
his conliaeling without my wiitten
order. 11. N. McCHESNKY.
rpiIE undersigned hits moved into the
X oQlec of Mr. J. E. Wiseman, where
lie will be prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese interpreting, ami n general
buslnch. (f9 dm) aOYoyo.
1?lio Now ISntrUiml
Kitchen and Ball
TO UK GIVEN BT THE
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB
ins nun.v ro.sTi'osr.n u.ntil
Thursday Ev'g, May 13.
Tickets for sile at King Uros. and
!130 J. M. Oat, J r., & Co.'s. 8t
-A NKW INVOICE 01'
n Half Casks of 30 Gallons eaob.
For sale In Unnd or Duty paid by
M. W. CMlIIVIiAUI to Co.,
,3 Queen Street, Houolulu. Urn
LtUII 1UU I1
.lAst ii. SrKMT.n,
Scoreiarv and Picasurer.
iy-a ii- a" a a , -
Honolulu, 1 1. I.
Custom House lirokei,
Manager Ilnallan Opeia Jloiife,
Fire and Life Insurance Annul,
G. K, MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing ftijcnt.
42 iercliil St., Mill.
Mymoit faithful attenliou will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliel residents of llio
3(l several Inlands of ihi'. gr''iii. ' 1 v
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Jut rreeived, per Xealuii.
dla, ami for s.i'o by
jV1V31S Sz. CO..
Queen Street. I lni
ANYONE who is willing to give any
iitsWtatiRQ to tho-,0 who suflered bv
in Urn of llie M dav of Annl. I8SU. Is
lieieliv cordiallv Invlii'd In crnil Mu
donation to tho II m. S. .M. Damon,
Ticasurer, and nmlfv V C, Aclil, the
Sccri'taiT, for not lee In iiowsp'iners.
ii. u ii. lti.iuo::aiaxi, ivi-s.
II W.VPKKHOll', F-q, VieoPres.
IIOX.S. M DVMON.Tieasurer,
W. i". ACMIl,Se'"iearv.
IIOX.JNO. I. KAULUKOU.
HON. .IAS. KKAU,
KKV. T. WA1A3IAU.
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