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t'nnthiuHl jWin jioflij Sj,
lilm under a rule bearing on the
OUUEIl OP THE DAT.
On motion of Minister Neumann
llic house proceeded to the Onlur of
Third reading- of nn act to amend
the law relatimi to nppcnls from Po
lice and District Justices' Courts.
Amendment!! were uinde to the Mil,
and, on mo ion of Rep. Klehardson,
It was lvfcirud to the Revision Com
mittee to be revised and re-engrossed,
as the Hawaiian veision was
found to be very defective.
Third reading of an act to amend
sec. 847, Civil Code, relating to the
Chancellor and Vice-Chancellors of
On motion of Minister Neumann
tho bill was made a special order of
the day for Thursday next.
The house adjourned at 12 till
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 188G.
Schr Gen Solglo from Jalult, SSI
Stmr Dowsott from Palu
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Haiiinkua at 12 m
Stmr Dowsctt for Pala
4 VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Llholllio for Hawaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Mockets
Bktue. Morning Star, Turner
Ship Kate Davenport, Uowlaud
Ship Richard HI
Bktne Amelia, Xewhall
lilt OH Kinney
Bktne W II Dlmond, Luce
Bktne Discovery, Meyer
Brit bark Lady Lampion, Marcton
Tern J U Ford
FromJalult, South Sea Island, per
j schooner Gen Helglo, Juno 17th Mrs
Stmr Dowsctt 1400 bugs sugar.
Tho bark Hope, dipt Peiihallow, ar
rived yesterday a in, 30)4 days from Tort
Townscnd Willi 30,3;1G leet of T mid G,
6,070 fret of surfaced, -IS 01)8 feet of
burch, 800 coda tics, 112,000 shiugl.'S
aud 4 tons of outs to Lowers & Cooke.
Schr Llholllio sails to-morrow for
Fumiluu, Hawaii with '.'20,000 bricks.
The bark Cbus B Kinney will soon be
ready for sugar.
The Discovery, which arrived here
Saturday with over 1000 tons of freight,
1ms finished discharging all except sonic
bricks. She received 4t00 buys of sugar
this afternoon at d wl 1 be ready fur sea
about Tuesd .y next.
Tlio Hawaiian schooner Gen Selgle,
arrived this morning 40 days unci J.tluti
with a loud of tire-wood. She hud Hghi
winds aud calms throughout the pas
The British bark Lipwldg is docked
.nt jbe old Custom Holism wharf. She Is
ben 'lug sails to-day aud will begin dis
charging to-moirow. When her cargo
is out sue will receive sugar for Sau
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. business meeting this
Adasib fc Co.'s trade salo will bo
Music and dancing to-morrow
evening at the Yoscniito rink.
Some new carpet was put down in
the Opera House this morning.
A brilliant meteor shot across tho
sky last night during the battalion
The steamer Lchua will receive
her new boiler when tho sugar rush
is over. ,
The trial of Ho Fon aud Chung
Hoy opium cases have been post
poned until the 21 inst.
Fred. Ackland, who was murdored
at Jaluit, South Sea Islands, was a
native of Bristol, England.
His Majesty has christened the
now bathing resort near tho Marine
Railway the "Knpiolani Bath House."
The steamer Iwalani is expected
to bring the German schooner Mary
Bohm from Waimea to Honolulu on
Owino to numerous engagements
to-morrow evening, tho meeting of
the Y. P. C. T. U. will bo postponed
Wilder'h Steamship Co. sent 50 of
Ihoso handsome and expensive com
p(l uy cards to tho Coast by the
jjenUrndiato hang in tho principal
hotels o'. Ul st ates-
One of tli Hotel express carriages
bolted from t0 tond tls morning
and brought up K"inst a trco in the
grounds. Tho c.wiago was badly
wrecked while tho Uorse was hardly
i little year old cWld of Mr.
rs. Itawlins, Leleo, u'jed yester-
day morning, of convulsions, and
will bo buried at -1 o'clock this after
noon. Tho bereaved parents have
tho deep sympathy of their friends.
The 31th annual meeting of tho
Stranger's Friend Society will be held
this evening at the rcbidenco of Mrs.
J. M. Damon, Chaplain street, at 4 1.
M. Gentlemen invited in the evening.
Mrs. Damon and Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
Damon extend a cordial invitation to
all their friends.
. .. .
The upper lloor of tho Chator
building, a brick house on Fort
Mice I, oppoxllti llii' Cindum Hnuftt, U
bejng con veiled into a restaurant.
This establishment will he managed
by Mr. Alfred Johnson, aud will bo
in readiness for customers on Satur
day next. Tho place being ou tho
upper lloor is well ventilated. It will
have two private rooms and is to bo
called tho 1'iicillc House.
Tilt; bail: Hydra, with small pox
on heard, icceived water and provis
nuns to-day. The physicians went
out to the vomcI in the steam scow
this fti i in (n. No change is noted
in ih.. lomlitiou of the alicnts, ami
it has not yet been decided when the
Chinese Will bo put in quarantine.
It appears rather strange that per
sons aio allowed to hoaiil or go near
thu quarantined vessel and then come
Picture Frames and Cornices
mado to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgildcd, etc. King Bros. Art Store.
The Heal Manila, for the first
time, lias appeared in Honolulu. To
bo had at the Central Cigar Stand
at Wiseman's. Try it. J. Hildeh,
Manager. 355 tf
The choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cakes of superior quality always on
hand or mado to order. At the Elite
Ico Cream Parlors. 53
l)u. Flint's Heart Hkmedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot be imitated nor much
less excelled, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy, Ico Cream and Cako Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort and Nuu
anu streets. 50 2w
All tho volunteer military com
panies assembled at the Armory last
evening for a battalion drill under
command of Major Baker. After
line was formed on Queen street
they marched to the Palace Square,
headed by tho dium corps of tho
King's Own. At the square tho
companies, after marching up and
down several times, were brought in
lino rind put through tho manual of
arms. Then the companies were
drilled by their respective captains,
marching forwaid and to the rear,
oblique and by the flankf forming
platoons and wheeling, then double
time and open order before His
Majesty the King. At 10 o'clock
the parade was formed and band
played. Marching was again ordered
anil continued until 11 o'clock, at
which time the baud cscoitid the
battalion back to the Armory. The
soldieis weie exhausted, sore and
covered wlih dust, and they were
glad when the drill was over.
0 LUS0 HAWAIIANO.
The last issue of the Portuguese
paper, O Jjiiko fttwaiiaito, con
tains n pi easing invitation from Pio
fessor de Frcitas, to his countrymen,
to take the oath of allegiance in this
country, thuruby enabling them to
enjoy tho privileges of citizens and
helping in the government of the
Kingdom. Another article recom
mends tho Portuguese laborers,
whose contrncts are just out, not to
enter into now contracts, but pro
servo their freedom. Tho Juko
complains that, of late, a good many
of its subscribers fail to receive
their copies, which shows a very
rotten state of things in tho post
offices on tho other islands.
This issue contains the usual
large amount of news from Portu
gal, Madeira and the Azores, aud
an account of tho lato wedding of
tho Prince Royal of Portugal.
Among the local news, there is a
complete list of tho Portuguese who.
left bj tho Australia, together with
their wives and families ; it is a sad
one and gives plenty of food for
Wo notice that the advertising
patronage "continues very large, as
tho paper has had to be enlaiged
permanently to six columns instead
of five, on account of the pressure
A RETURNED HAWAIIAN.
Peter Johnson Pahunani, a native
Hawaiian arrived from Liverpool
yesterday on the British bark Lap
wing. Pahunani left here when
about 12 years of age on tho bark
Chesnpeako for Puget Sound. He
obtained employment on the Sound
traders and after visiting many
places finally an ived at Liverpool,
England, where ho met with an acci
dent breaking his knee cap. He was
taken in chargu by tho Hawaiian
Consul at Loudon and when convale
scent was put on ho.ud the bark
Lapwing as a consul passenger. He
was not a regular seaman, hut did
odd jobs about the ship during the
voyage. Pahunani does not know
exactly how old he is, but thinks
about 20 years. On hli arrival in
port yesterday and while in the
stream, the boat boys called out to
him in Hawaiian, but he did not
seem to undei stand. Tho boat boys
said ho was proud and that, because
he had seen 6omo of tho wot Id, it
was beneath his dignity to recognize
his uaiivo tongue'.. The returned
native buid he knew his father was
dead hut know nothing of his mother.
When his step-father boarded tho
Lapwing yesterday afternoon he
fully understood tho Hawaiian lan
guage, and when lie went ashnic he
Was surrounded by muny admirers
who tliuutfhl lilm a blK chief lilm
Tom Sawyor aftor hit piratical ex
pedition. Pahunani wa3 walking
About town this morning and is
already anxious to be off again.
The girls in the Brooklyn public
schools have to commit to memory
the Constitution of tho United
A party of professors and students
have left the Johns Hopkins Uni
versity at Baltimore for Abaco, one
of the islands of Bahama group,
where tho summer session of the
Zoological Laboratory will be held.
Dr. Sophio Kawalcwski, who has
been appointed to a mathematical
chair in the University of Stockholm,
Sweden, is said to be the first wo
man who ever attained a recognized
academic position as Professor of
Mathematics in Europe.
After the 1st of July next no
school teacher in Iowa can get a
certificate who has not passed an
examination in physiology and hy
giene, with special reference to the
effect of alcoholic liquors, stimu
lants and narcotics upon the human
system. Iowa City Journal.
Harvard has finally modified its
rule on the Greek question, which
has excited so much discussion in
recent years. It is now advisable,
in the judgment of the Board of
Overseers, to penult a scientific
substitute to be offered by appli
cants for admission to the college
for cither Greek or Latin, onu of
these two languages always being
icquircd, aud provision being made
for elementary instruction in Greek
and Latin elective in thu college
A BRITISH NAVAL DEMONSTRATION.
Despatches from England convey
the assurance that the movement of
British men-of-war toward Halifax
is neither significant nor important.
The Bellerophon is said to be there
in accordance with the regular
course of orders issued long ago.
Among other vessels soon to reach
there are the Dido, Garnet, Emerald
and Lily. What the others are
which these arc among is not staled.
The Mallard has been ordered to St.
John, New Brunswick. Of these
ships all arc uuarmorcd corvettes
except the Bellerophon, whic.li is an
ironclad cruiser of 7,550 tons, having
G-inch armor, carrying ten 12-ton
and five CJ-ton guns. Not a first
class ship, but capable of knocking
into kindling-wood our North At
lantic Squadron, with a little assist
ance from her light consorts. Of
course we accept the assurance that
thu piesence of the licet in close
proximity to the scene of our fishery
troubles is in accordance with routine
and has no bearing upon that ques
tion, still we may be permitted to
express surprise at the coincidence.
Our coasting coal schooners have
lately been very successful in ram
ming and sinking United Slates des
patch boats, and Cunard liners, but
we fear the result of a contest be
tween one of them and a British
ironclad in case any unpleasantness
should grow out of the fishing busi
ness. But it may be assumed with
certainty that the mutual interests
of the two nations aro too great to
permit a collision to arise from such
a comparatively small matter as the
Canadian fisheries. The beating of
the tom-tom, however, on both sides
is quite frequent. S. J Jiullttin.
Furnished OHico to Let,
NICt.LY 1UHN1SHED OFFICE,
3l in u very deniable locution, lei
ut 10 pei nnmili. Apply nt Room Is' u
(i Cmpbell's Block, No. 3J Merc-hunt
ctrcct. nil I w
BARQUE " LAPWING."
NOribK Is hereby given thm tin
Master of tho barque LAPWING
will not bo responsible for debis con.
inicted by any member of his crew
without hU written authorization.
T1IKO. II. DAVIES At CO.,
CO Iw Agents for Lapwing.
THE undersigned, having this duv
Itujcd to GEORGE (UVANAOli,
ul Honolulu, die Honolulu Steam Laun
dry, notice is hereby given that tho mid
George Cutaiiagli alone is tcsponslblc
tor all debts cnlructed by the said
Ueoigi: Ctviiiiagh for the (aid Luundn
fioni mm utter this Uute.
A-hlgtie'oof .1. F McLaughlin
Honolulu, June U, 188H. CO
Notice of Dissolution of
NOTICE is hereby given that tho co.
pailucrship heretofore existing
between FANNV LOVE and FRKU
HUICK. JOHNSON, under tho name of
LOVE'S HAKEKY, is dUolvcd by
mutual consent, paid Johnson retiring
fioni Buid tlrui. All assets will ho col.
looted by, and all debts paid by Finny
Love. FANNY fOVE,
Dated Honolulu, Juno lf, 18' 0. f.O 111
TOUN F. McLAUGUMN, of Mono.
tf lulu, U.Hiu. Having miiuo mi as.
siganient ol ull his property, etc. in the
uuderslgned for the benitlt of his cred.
iiora, notice is hereby given to all per.
sons to picscnt their clulnis agnint tho
said John F. MoLtiuliliii mid tho Hono
lulu Steam Laundry wlihin one month
from date to tho underi-lenid, at hi
otllcc in Honolulu, and nil persons In
debted to the said John F MiLuiglilln
and tho Honolulu Sleain Luiuiiliy aro
hereby requested to make lmnudiaio
pnuncnl to tho undersigned.
V. (J. I'AIUCE.
Assignee of John F McLaughlin
Honolulu, .lime 17, 8 0. MI5t
rpEND US nro wauled for thu llepidr
JL of the DrllUli buiquo 8TAU F
DEVON, In neenrdunce with Report of
Survey to bo seen at this olllcc. No
goiirnntcii that tho lowest or any leader
will ho ncnuptul given. Tenders to
ho iiiMri'ssi d to
C lw Lloyd's Agents
Valunblo Lonuoa of
. AT AUCTION.
T3y order of A. .) O.irtwrlght, Esq ,
wo will hell ut public auction, at our
Salesroom, Queen strcot,
On SATURDAY, Juno 19th,
at 12 o'clock, noon,
of the following plies ol Lmd, lor u
term ol lTi y i ins:
Lot No. 1,
Situated on Iho new street, running
fioin MuunaRca street to tho river, us
per Government plun of tho Liurnl
DNtrlct. This lot Iiih a frontage of
07 feet on the new street, and a depth
of fiomlM to tO feet.
Lot No. 2,
il tinted on tho now stiOct, adjoining
i.ot jno. i, nuvuig a irontago or 24
feet on tho street ami a depth of 48
Lot No. 3,
Situated on MauniiRca rtrect, having
a frentitgc of Ul lect on the street, and
73 feet deep.
The ubovc arc nil desirable building
lots for Stores, and are ouhtlc of tho
TEIIMS Rent payable quarterly in
advance. Leasee to pay Taxes and
tSf I'lnns of tho properly can bo seen
nt the auction room.
For further particulars, npply to A. J
OAKTWHIUHT, Sr., or to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
no 3t Auctioneers.
By order of J. F. llanktcld, Kq., the
duly appointed Assignee of (ho linnk.
nipt Esti.te of T. K. Clarke of Kiimliulu,
Maul, acting under authority of an or.
tier of (ho Supremo Court dated Juno 8,
188(1, wo are directed to sell at Public
miction, at our Salcsreom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 1J, '80.
at 11! oVIock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hack f eld at such
Assignee, of, In and to tho
slluito -t Kipahulu, M mil, heretofore
belonging to thu sulci T. K. C'larko.
The shIU Plantation romprbe aloui
l(J0U iicmh of Land in fco simple, and
about l.'O'lucreH of Loused Laud; thcr
no about 7 3(0 acres of Linil available
lor c.ino cultivation; about lin acres of
I'lunt t auo and ubout 110 iicrci of 1 and
2 KaitooiM uro now crowing ft,,- t h,
next eiou to come off from. nw Orcein.
er, IbO, to about iMuj,l-8. Tlioto
132 head of "Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cowa with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation all branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullook Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a sugar plantation.
The larger part of the Cano, when har
vested, can bo convoyed to tho mill by
There Is a good stihMuntlnl landing
bridge, In which tho Plantation holds a
half Interest. Also, a Oouko.v Engino
md (inline track connected with tho
Tno Plantation Is In good running
older and a new crop is being put in at
CST Tho terms of the Sale aro CASH,
and iho Deeds aro at the expense of the
ror nil iiinncr particulars apply to
J. F. Hnokfeld, Honolulu, or to OSCAK
UNNAut Kipahulu, Maul.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
5S td Auctioneers.
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. OirtwriL'ht Sr., the
illy appointed editor iinil ill ec . I
ho lai-l will mid teistament of hiiunn
KalcUonnlani, deceased, and undei
liceuso of tho Supremo Court of the
Hnwiilhin I-lunds, sitting us a Court of
Probata, wo ato directed to tell at pub.
He auction, at our Salesroom, In Hono
tho Oth Day of July, 1880,
at 12 m. of lint day, all tho right, tlllo
and interest of tho said A. J. ('art.
wright, tr., as Rich Kxecutor niid,Trut.
ico as aforesaid, and nil the right, iltle
uiid inleie-t which tho said Emu ICu
leleoniiluni hud at tho tlmo of her de
mise, of. In and to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known ns the
sltuato in ihc District of Kouu, Island of
Kauui, and containing an
Area of 3,000 AcrcH,
more or lef s, as dcterll ed In Ilovnl Pa.
tent No. .lf,ia, Miihele Award -til,
at the Upset Frico or Sum of $22,000;
and nl-o that certain piero or pun el of
land situate in Nuuanu Valley, llono.
lulu, Idiind of Onliu, mid known us
and bulnic Iho premises formerly occu.
pied by W. L. Green, Es p, us a prlvato
tW For further particulars, apply to
A.J. Curtwright,6r., or
E. Pf ADAMS & CO.,
JO td Auctioneer;.
Special Nigh! Sale!
On SATURDAY Evening,
Juno 10th, nt 7 o'clock,
t will sell nt Public Auction, at my
Sdcsrooms, Queen street,
An Asst. of Pictures
Just arrived, consisting of
Oil l'iilii'lng, Ole igrnphs,
( In otiio, uic , also, a low
Choice Parlor Rugs,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
O'i 3l Auctioneers.
MUSIC FOlt SALE.
110UT 1,700 PIECES of AIUSIO,
consl'tlng of IJAIiLADS. COMIC
SONQa, QbADHlI.LEd, WAI1ZE3,
POLKAS, iVe. Apply to
.) C. HADWAY,
50 2w ut Freeth & Peacock's.
You Don't Say So!
A Barber Shop,
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
But for Goodness' Sake Don't Say I
M 'w Told You.
A SPECIAL MKETINO of the Stock
holders of the Pacific Navigation
Co. will imhcldTllUllfcDAY, Juno 24,
It80, nt 10 a t., ut their olhVe, Queen
Mieel. 03 I w F. It. OAT, Sie'y.
BY A POltTUoUKSIi.ii tlliiatlnn In
a dn goodr or giocerv stoic. Can
write mid speak a little English, and
IniH hud business ixperieiieu in Hono
lulu. For references, eic, apply to
M. A. GO.NSAI.NES&CO,
fr) lw' fi7 Hotel street
TUB uiideisigneil Is prepared to fur.
ulsh specimens of nil the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt rcnsonablo rates.
Complete Collection cmbrac
ing K'.i nineties representing 20 families
pi epured loonier only. Thcu collections
display entiie fronds of each fern with
roots iinil other important parts of each
plum. Collections embracing from 21)
to 8(1 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with mos-es, lichens mid sea.
weeds peculiar to tho Inlands always on
hum! at Mww, King llros.' Art btore,
fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of ferns found in the group for sale.
These packages are guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and aro securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet contahing paitlculars in
rcfeienco lo living plants, with a cata.
luguo of the ferns, mailed to any uddress
wiihln the Postal Union upon teceipt of
(5 coat stamp. Addiess,
F. L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Oahii, 11. 1.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Liviiiar Six Years Without
Going: to Bod.
Jin. EniTiii: While spending a fow
days ul the pleasant teuslde town of
Aberystwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
heuril related what seemed to mo cither
a fabulotiatory or a marvellous cure.
The htory was that a poor sufferer who
hud not tu.cn able to Ho down In bed for
si long yeuis, given up to die by ull the
Doctors, hud been speedily cured by
sumo Patent Medicine, it was iclatcd
with tho iiioio Implicit confidence from
tins ciicunisuucc, us was said, t lint the
Viciimf liiiiiiryrt.vd was familiar with
it, v .He, mid eoiild vouch for the truth
ul thu lepoii,
II ivlng a little callosity to know how
Mich stoiies grow In travelling, I took
the libei ty while at the village of l.lan.
rutvd to cull upon tho Vicar, tho Rov.
T. Evans, and to enquire- ubout this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran.
ger lo him, both ho and Ids wile most
graciously ciitert ilu, d mo in a half
lioui'i. com crsiiiion. principally touching
the ensu of .Mr. Piigh, in which they
sounud to luku a dicp and sympathetic
tnteicsl, having been f.. miliar with his
Mitlciings, and now ujolceit in what
seemed to them u most leuutikablecuro.
The Vicar umaiked iluii hopicsiiuicd
his name li.nl been cuuucciid with tho
icpnrt fioni In. having mentioned the
c iso to .Mr. .h liu Thomas, a chemist of
Minimi, ll'suid ir. Piigh was former,
ly a le-liu in of their pailsu, but viu-iiow
Inlng in the piii.h of I iiiiiddelnol,
II j stiongly Miiiohed Mr. Win. Pugli's
chuiaeler u a respeelullu farmer and
uoithy of credit. 1 loll tho venerable
Vliur with a livelier tease of t, o happy
relation of a pastor aud people, feeling
thai ho wut, ouu who truly sympathised
with nil who aio allllctid in mind, body,
On my return lo Aberjstwlth, I was
Imprc.i.id with a dulro Iosco Mr. Pueli,
uhoso lenutiillou stirrxl so high. His
latin ,s calltd I'uueoiii.Mawr, signifying
'aliovu thu dingle," bituated near the
summit of u smooth lound hill, over.
looMrg a beautiful valley In which is
hllualeil tho lovely ivyniiiniled Church
of l.lmiddelnol. I found Mr. Piigh,
apnaiouily about -It) years old, of medium
height, lather slight, w ith a pleasant mul
Intelligent face. I (old him I had beard
of lil-t peat iillliotloii mid of his remark,
ulilo mid almost miraculous tellif, and
tluil I hud coiiio to learn from his own
lip-, whin there was of truth in tho re
i. I. Hi 00.,
EOLE AGENTS FOR THE KINGDOM OF
The Celebrated Taro Flour
Are prepured to oflcr special Inducement to Plant itlons and Shipping Agents.
Taro Flour Is packed In suitable coninlner for tianhlpincnt between tho
Islands and for foielgn shipment. Special oidcrs will bo received ami packed In
auy style required. This Taro Flour is FAR SUPERIOR to that manufactured
The now method of making Pol out of TARO FLOUR ha reduced tho tlmo
from 2 lo ONLY 1 HOUR. .The old method of cooking it in a bag has been dis
carded. There is no neid of building a fire spceiully for the purpose, for It can bo
cooked at the siimi! time that the ordinary meal is being prepared.
Take an ngate iron or porcelain lined saucepan, and pour into It one part of
Taro Flour to two parts of water. Mix well and be sum thoro are -no lumps.
Place IhoMiuccian over a good fire and stir the Hour and water with a wooden
spoon or stick until It Incomes thick, which will take from a to o minutes accotd
ing to b'-at cmplow-d. Afler I Is thick, occasional thorough Stirling Is necessary,
adding a little warm nnter from time to time to prevent. Its getting too thick. Let
It simmer for e irl.i an hour and bo almost as sun" as palal that Is, quite thick.
Put It Into a rnlu neb large bowl, and let It fctand from two to thtco days, when
it will become nice mid tart.
Should the Pol show u tendency to become cloggy or lumpy, strain It through
a piece of netting into a pun or bowl and smooth It down with a potato masher or
Persons preferring sweet Pol will find that by cooking tho Hour according lo
tho nbovc inbtiuctlons whllo preparing their evening meal, and letting It stand
overnight, it will be In proper condition for use on the following morning. :S2
Fruit anP All Fancy Bees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on the Islands, and which HE GUARANTEES to
be Superior to any other: - v ..
FIRSTLY HORN litis the practical E.pcilct:cc him e!f for ir vlius In all known
CliEAMS mid FANCY IC1S, and for iliut itun.ii I- i.ot obliged to pay extra
vugani wages fir another man s Uuowlidgc not woilli 25 icnts to 1dm'. '
SECONDLY' HORN bus I o cMin Expense Mich as Rent, llcjp, etc.
llHRDLY'-nORN hn STEAM FAC'lLniL.S by which MS can iftnls? In twenty
minutes what will take 1 nan one hour to do. and lor thut teuson can execute
ordcis in far thoitcr time tlinii any otlur. s . ,.
FOURTHLY HORN is the prucllcal M-mter over his jrtuinomn. Jn"Wny
other c-tabllshineiits of this kind, tlu jo irueymen arc iho mnstcts, no matter
how little knowledge ibey arc po tesed o'. "became tho employer kuows Ho
ming auotu ine miiKug oi mo article ne si n-.
P.S. Although not having recehed the mcetary appliancos jet which are to
arrive soon, F. HORN will execute binall oiders for Criums fiom this day on very
reasonable terms. tt.'O 2w
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Ol uml iiii lort. Sti'ecf.
We are pleased to announce tho arrival of our immense laigo Invoice of
fliy Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Bilon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now offering unprecedented and umivnl!ol Bargains In all curdcpaftm'ts
Letting Down the Price. : :
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine VIotorIa Lawn nt ?2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
large assoitmenl of new bpring stjles In Lawns, 4-1 Uatisto. Snlccns plain
flgund and brocadid, white Pique nnd a full line ot Dress Gotds, the latest out.
JLia.ee JSoncle, ILadiem' Tricot Olotli
in all the now shades; 40 doz Ladies LIbIc Thread Hofelat 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just rccolved, all Ihe lotist mylis In Iloyi and Children's Suits; Great Rarguins,
Boys Hltio Flanel Sailor uiis at $2.00 a Suit. Just retched, dltcct from
Lafe' Men's. Misses'
which wo oflcr
FRANK CEKTZ, . ' ""
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Rccolved ex Auttiallu. a Lurgc ami F.logunt Block of M1h mid Children's Spring
Heel Shoes of ull sizes. Alto, a Splendid t lock of
sis Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes. i6.u
WOLFE & CO.
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and Clita's Sloes,
at bo.l-iock prices.
& CO., Proprietors.
AGliltMAN LADY, recomnicndod
by Piofe6or 11, liorger, dclies to
give lessons In Piano mid Singing lo
voting Ladles aud Children. Apply at
iHtnui Ko. U'J Lilllia btrecl.
AHPLOIAL Meeting of ilStock.
holders of thu luter.IilAud Bteum
Navigation Co. will bo held TUES.
DAY, the U2nd Inst., at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
at their oftlco on tho Enplnnarto. Per
ordar, J. EN'A, '
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