.Tfi, -, xu;.mtitm
BKI'THMllKIl I, 1880,
TTnilnr Hits hovl vn prnpoiin to glvncnnli
wioW ftttolt orlKi'nni or solcotcil mnltr no
will lio nf liitrtrrml (o jtftiilnr nntl fmrorn.
Anions llio itntrinl rlgliln racnnlly rhuo1
In tho United HlAtnii, wo flml one to Hrun'l
S. Hrpworlli, of Yonkorw, N. Y,, of nil im
proved CVmlrifiiRiil Mnohluo.
In thin nimrtmti) I tin iMsknl in mounted
loosely on tho nplnillo, nm In jirovidml with
n uleovo In tho rmitro flttlnr ovor nn Inte
rior nlrovn ntlnclml to r hand wlirol. Thin
hfinil whorl U nrnvMorf with n rvntrnl ncroir
ongnglnjr in it hollow tlirontl nt tho lop of
tho nplmllo. Thla nrrnngotnont rotors or
lovrrrn tho Interior Moovo on tho sjiintllo,
nnd by tneitis of n shoulder mi thin sleovo,
And nn Intorliir flnnjfn on tho outer (drove,
rsise or loivoro tho hnnknt. In I)h lowost
position tho hnnWot roili cm a vnlyollxrd to
tho rpimllo, nnd rovolvcH with tho Kttuo,
lint on turning bitok tho hnnd wheal tho
bsnkrt In mined, nnd tuny ho oitmly moved
round ho thnt. tho oponingM nt tho bottom
Aro no longer closed by tho vnlvo. Tho
lioirlng nt ttio loworond of tho npindlo in n
bill moving in a ockat, nnd nbuvo tho
driving pulley to fixed a ring on n loose
nloovu, on n npindlo provided with projec
tions which (It into a holo In nn clnntio ditto ,
projectionfl on Another ring ntlnchcd to tho
fntmliig of tho ntipirntua aIno lit into thin
olnstlo (Hue By this olnstic honring, ruiy
vibration or jirring in nvoidod.
An English pitont to a Spanish Inventor,
issued Inst yonr, for mnchincry ornppnrntuB
for extrsoting tha jtiica from tho augnr
The augur csno is first unwed tip, and
than pressed to oxtrnot tho juico. Tho saw.
ing nppnrntun into which tho civ no in fed
consist of a oylinder, covered with circtilnr
bawa Rot nbout four itiillimotren npnrt from
eitoh othor, nnd rovolving in n nuilnblo ens
ing, which m fitted with n pinto or comb to
roguUto tho size nnd qnnnttty of tho snw
dust to bo dolivered from tho npprtrittus.
Tho nnwdiist is convoyed by n Borios of
conductor to tho prossing npptrntttfl. This
consists of thrco vorticnl cylinders, mounted
on n circular plnlform which revolves on
a vortical pivot, and presents successively
onch of tho cylindors filled with tho haw
dust to bo prosscd to a piston which fits
therein ; and is caused to descend at tho
proper moment by tnonns of an eccentric
on a abaft above Each oylindor, nn it
comes beneath tho piston, stops, tho piston
descends, oxpresscs tho juico irom tho wtw
dust, nnd rises to allow tho cylindor to pnss
on nnd nnotbor to roplnco it. Tho bottom
of tho cylinder is tlion caused toriso thoroin
and push up the ligneous substanco re
maining to tho top of tho oylindor, whonco
it is pushod off as it revolves, and tho bot
tom of tho cylindor falls back to ita -normal
The Standing of Jersey Cattle in England.
Onr breeders of Jerseys will bo interest
ed in a kotch of the history and standing of
Jersey cattle m fangland which wo find in
the London Ehnner. ' It is said the breed
aro increasing in popularity. If not tho
most useful breed for tho avorngo stock,
ownor, tho town dairy-man, or tho country
, dairy fnrraor, thoy havo thoir special merit.
They givo bountifully tho richest of milk,
aro tho gentlest of animals, and in num
bers form ono of tho most pictorosquo of
herds. They are pets in tho parks belong,
ingjto stately mansions, and are just the
tock for the few acres of grass attached
to suburban villas, the globes of parson
ages, and the small fields of amatours play,
ing at farming on a email scale. Whoro
only a few cows aro kept, just sufficient to
supply mik for tho uurswy and butter for
the household, they Aro hold in deservedly
high esteem. Tho breed is multiplying
daily, ou account of its peculiar And dis
tinctive merits. It is, therefore, necessary
it should be kept in purity, sons to ensure
perpetuating ail its valuable characteris
tics. For this purpose a herd book is nb
v Bolutoly necessary. A herd book for cattlo
' bred in the Island of Jersey has been in
existence eince 1866. But there still re
nained a want of a herd book for the reg-
istration of thejiuudrcda of Jersey cattle in
"English Lords. Such a want has now been
supplisdfur Mr John' Thortou the emi
nent auctioneer, has jnst issued the first
,.Tolomeroli;Th6iEngli"h1lercl Bok of
Jersey Cattle, published by a '"'Committee
rof Jersey Breeders of Great Britain.!'
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. fOHIQlTireWS IN BBIEF.
Modern Jews aro snid to numboi half the
nuiverijity students, hnlf the barristers, and
more than bidf the merchants of Vicuna.
It is ta reported thet the Cbinoso aro
''mbout totransfer their merchant vessels of
- foreign type to the American flag to pro.
tect them in lbs event of war with IluEsia,
The medicinal value of the Eucalypti is
testified by the fact that the French Gov
ernment a few years ago pltntcd over three
illinin Algiers for climatic eqds.
It is reported from Cairo thit (wo Cath.
olio missionaries, French subjects, have been
inprisooed by King John of Abyssinia, who
retains them in custody. The French Con
sul at Mossowah has demanded thoir
During 1079. 80,000 acres of prairie
lands in Miaoesota were planted with forest
trees, and rows of trees were plauted, along
country highways te the extent of 280,945
rods, or aboa$ 878 miles.
The consumption of rtad metal in France
is annually about 1,320,000 cubio metres
en the uatioual roads. All this is bruised
atid reduced to mud and dust every year
bj!taeheeUef;vefctoM-.sdihe hoofs of
Iu the United Kingdom last year licenses
were granted to 2Gi3 comnioa brewers, to
.W.018 vlciuaUrs, to 37,840 persoaa to sell
sMr to be drat.k on the premises, and to
f10,Q79pereosUsUBeer to bednwk off
Th dlasBeter of the earth multiplied by
108 gives Die diameter of the sun j the du
sseter of the sun multiplied by 108 gWes
the sseaH distance of the sun t and the di
Wfr 5JPW 9WMbjr 108 gives
'The fcaeieyilj i KagUud aa,t,
est to Mr. VaederWt, be alsaeet the
sarfees haUarsef seearisies, other than r?1
state, ta cm woTM. TMf riaeriieo (bin
MLtiatet h jsmostei piUerty, aid tUy
sW aet owe iase th '),W. a year of
The aaa of 500,00 rupees U to be Meat
k Maanttm fat r Msakig tho fiweto wkieh
jiao been ilentroyed by llio BOltleM. Tho
dnnl ruction of tho orrntn in anid lo havo
rmn(nrel tho forinor nalnlirlly of Um Ulsnil
a " thing of the pnst," In 1870 tho death
rnln equalled llB.'J rxr 1000 of tho popnla.
Acrordtng lo (ho l'nnc', tho prelimi
nary workings for tho tunnel milting Kng
land nnd 1'rnnro liavn hnd Dm tnot hntin
factory rwiiilln, In 18 monlhii tlioy expect
to hnvn reached two kllomotorn niiilnr Mm
Channel, and In throo or fouryonrn to havo
eomploled tho tnnk.
ArchhlMtop Tiifsclinnrn, of Cnimda, Imn
Ufiueil a inslornl coiulnniiilntr tho Iroilm)
iiniotiit. Mn nyn that any Cnthollo who
Minll nltnrk orcoiipirn to nttnok any per
son betiaiiftosiinh pnrxon workh, hns worked,
or in willing to work nt nny prim nt whfoli
ho thinkn fit, slinll bo exrointntinlcnted.
Tho (hilrc, of I'nrla tho Ilntinpsrtlat
organ predicts that before: long tho 10
inniim of Nnpolron III. nnd his won will bo
brought from Chiaelliiirat and placed under
(ho domo of tho InvnlldoH. In the moan,
limn tho nIaIiio of tho I'rinco, originnlly
intoniled for WoHlmlnslor Abboy, in np
An old Indy of wealth, named Hnshlolgli,
died Intcly nt IJxtnotith, Dovotishiro, ngul
02. In her will, which eho wroto Iwrwolf,
nho oxprenneil her profound horror of Inw.
ycrn. Of courso, hor will wnH coutnxtcd,
but Kit vnlldlly wns mniiitnlnoil, dospilo
domo iiiforinnlity in tho way in which llio
tostntrixdrow it up.
Tho incrcniiing number of npoltlng rc-
formora in Knglnud nnd America rind on
tho Continent ban croited n dosiro nmong
the membern of tho vnrious nnnocintlonH for
somo meann of ntreiithcning tho bund of
union, Thoro in somo talk of an interna
tional congrois of spelling' rcformorp, to bo
hold in London or on tho Continent in tho
Anothcrnddition to tho numerous "Infal
liblo rccoiptH1' fur tho extermination of the
nut pest is furnished by n Sandusky bonne
keeper, who Riy.s, lo exterminate cither tho
largo or smnll blnck or rod nuts, spread
plentifully upon llio fihclvcs in closets fro
(uontcd by nuts, common salt, nlso filling
nil crovices in tho wall or woodwork. Ah
tho salt will ndhoro to anything placed
upon it, I nlwnys spread newspapers ovor
it. After a sboit timo tho Rnlt becomes
dnmpjyou may then put on frosh paper,
but do not romovo tho Rnlt during warm
weather; pickles, cuotnrds, cake, Biignr, in
fnct nothing will tompt (hem lo furngo
whoro salt is plentifully sprinkled.
Tho mnunging director of nn nsylum for
drunkards in Germany has collected statis
tics which show that tho number of buicides
of lato yonrs increased in every Europcnn
country except Norway. In tho Gormnn
sponking countries tho nnmbor of suicidcH
has incresRod by nearly 100 per cont. For
tho pist three yenre the nnnunl average of
suicides in bnxony has bcon tureo nnnured
for each million of inhabitants ; in Dcnmnrk,
throo hindrccl nnd eighty; in Prussia, ono
hundred and thirty-three ; iu Austria, one
hnndrod and twonty-threo ; in Sweden, ono
hundred nnd eighty.uno; in Belgium, seventy-three;
in Norway, forty.
Per Last Mail
Dnntttr, August 17. At Belfast yester
day rioting was ronewed. Mounted po
lice charged tho mob, nnd twenty persons
were arrested. Some houses woro wreck
ed by tho rioters.
Paris, August 17. The Amorican ob
jections to tho Panama Canal aro waived
and tho neutralization of the canal, undor
the gunrdiunship of tho United Stales, ac
cepted Do Lcssops wishes to issue 600,
000,000 francs in shares hero nnd in Lou
don, New York and Frankfort.
Scutaiu, August 17 Tho Sultan hns
telegraphed to tho Albanians at Prosrend
thnt their protensionR cannot be conceded
and that they should net with prudonco,
and not defy Europe, as they cannot havo
his help in case of a conflict. The Alban
ians havo decided to persist in their revolu
Vifn.va, August 17. Tho new Govern
or nppointed by the Porte nt Prisrend was
refused admissiou. All the Turkish funct
ionaries have been dismissed and the Gov
ernment tithes have been seized. Twelve
hundred welWarroed Arnaqta havo been
dispatched from Prisrend to aid the Scuta.
ri committee ngainsl Montenegro, which is
also threatened with invasion by Ali Beg
from Guziiupe and.Kolaichiuu.
London, Angust 17. In the House of
Commons this afternoon, (ho Marquis of
Hartington, Secretary of State for India,
submitted tho Indian estimates for the fis
cal year 1880.81. Tho receipts are placed
at u'D74G,000, and tho expenditures nt
GG,329,0U0, a surplus of 117,000, and
showing a decroaso of 1,000,000 on each
eido of tho accounts as compared with
1879-80, Iu presenting tho cotirantes, the
Marquis said there would havo been an ag.
grcgate snrplus for the past three years of
11,197,000, but for tho Afghan war.
Rome, August )7, Tho J-hnulla an
nounces that the Itnlinu Government con
templates sending some men of-war to Tu
rn's, as a responso to the dispatch thither of
French men-of-war. Tho Bey of Tunis
firmly rof ii 60s to accede to thedetuaud of
the rrench Consul, and it is hoped that
France will withdraw her claims.
The Dyritto says thnt while it is con
firmed that two French ironclads have
arrived nt Turn's and that a third is ex.
pectod, the Bev has formally recognized the
rights of-the ltubattino Company, nud has
resolved to respect them. Tho DirittQ
adds : " We hnvo roasou to believe that
France will not permit the doraand being
insisted upon, ngaiust which there are
evident legal impedimenta."
NY York, August 18. A Paris dis.
ps.tch (o the JftruUl reads Adelaide NeiJ.
con will no more delight us with bur grace
and, talent. All that is mortal of her lies,
or lay till a few hours ago, at the morgue
awaiting Christian burial.
Washington. August 18. The extraor
dinary slatoment now comes from the
Treasury that even gold has become n nujs.
ance iu busine?, and propositions have
been sabmittetl from vsr'oas quarters that
certificates be issued in exchange for jt,
ppoo, (be principle that governs the Usuo of
8t.Pa.ux (Minn,), Augatt 18 The
Bismarck agent report, (hat the sgeney at
Poplar 'River has beea abandoned, and ears
that country is full of Indians. Sitting
Hall fs'Mlr twenty 'nilea from1 the airener.
amd is eUsseroaa to be fed. TbYageut gave
Wwa'fesst the' other y, TroeWEave
w to PofUr Hirer ' '7'
.Kmt.Yok. Aageet 18 Writkg to the
HepaWkeu Cowwittee bce, regretting his
Uk te UfmU a4 ehe ioat. taw
meeting, (Icnernl Oi-nnt flnyfli "Xni have
my Tnll aytnmlhy In nujiport of tho tlcknl
lioulcd by GnrlUld nnd Arthur. I havo
lont no opportunity of nnyiiiff what I could
Iti privnlo oouvemalloti, or rntlnir In eon.
vernation In bohnlf of the (loket, nnd shall
I3unt.tr, Atigunt 18. Twstily-two of the
Jlnlfnnt rioters havo Imon nentenred tp six
months Imprlnomiietilnt Diingniiiioii. I'liy.
Rlelniin nro treating twatity.oight pnrRons
who wero wonndisl by bsynnntor ball. A
land meeting vnn held yes(rdny nt Leo
iiano, nnar Kylotnoii), tho rchldonro of Mr.
Mllulioll Homy, n Liberal Homo Ilulernnd
mmnhcr of l'urllniiicnt for fjalwny, Jamns
Iliiljiatli, of tiio Now York '7'rilunr, wna
nuioiig tho Mpwikorn.
IjOHHON, Atigunt 18 Tho Viceroy of
India tolegrnphn lo tho Foreign Olllco thnt
h. II. Grillln Mint tho following, from Gun
dnitiiiclc to.dny: "Trualworlliy conoHpoil
ilonU report tho nllimtlon nt Cnbul nn getl
ernlly sntinfiiclory, nllhougli iillght diHliirb.
nncni hnvo occurred iu tho city. Tho priest,
Miiiiklnlinni, is lining nil bis liillunnco in
behalf of tho Ameor. Thogoncrnl feeling
In nnil to bo friendly to tho Kiiglish, except
nmong tlin lowunt elanii of tho jiopiilntiou
of tho city.
Notahi.k Death. Hop. Willlnm Iligler
died on tho 9th innt., nt his homo In Clear
.field, I'n., in tho Ufllls year of bin ngo. Ho
commenced life nn a printer, nt which trndo
the grenter part of lairs education wnn rc
oured. He wont into public lif'o soon nficr
nttaiiuucr his mniorily, nud filled numerous
offices, tho first position of proiinnuiico be
ing Pnnidciit of tho Suuafu of (bo Ponn
Rylvnnia Legislnturo. Afierwnrd, lie nerv
ed nn Governor, an Ileprcsontntivo In Con
grcHR, nnd nn United States Sonntor. The
coincidence mny bo montioncd, that in 1851,
while ho wnn cIiokcii Governor of Ponnsyl.
vnnin, his brother John, whoso education
hnd nlno bcon received in a printing office,
wns elected Governor of California. Win.
Iligler died of valvulnr dihoauo of tho
French Movements in the Pacific.
Annexation of Tahiti nnd Mooreo Protco
tornte of tho Pnumotu Group.
The French pun -boat QuCJrn, 3 kiiiir, Cup
tuin Oirondc, nrrived nt Aiiekliuid July 27,
from Tahiti, which port alio left on tho Otli
innt. She lmil c.illed in tliuro to c.iblu the iu
telllKcnco to tho French Government ili,t llio
IkIiiiiiI of Tahiti nud that of Motirca have been
duly annexed to tho French Itcpubliu, on tho
petition of tho King, chiefs nnd peoplu, who
desired the abolition of the protectorate nml
th'olr fornu'l incorporation into tho French io-
iiilniniiH. Tlie Into yueeii I'mnare a soli, who
wns Kini;, haR bean pensioned on". A meeting
of tho c 1 1 i o fa was held at which tho whole
trnn'actiou waft completed. Moorcn IbUikI
is nbout ten miles distant from Tahiti. A
French prolectc'.nto ban also been established
nt Ratnton, Pnumotu, nud over the wbolu of
tliu ialiinds of tho Low Archipelago, senile
Rixty-uiglit inninnber. Piiiinotu signifies "a
clime! nf islands" un expressive term. This
collection of cmal islunds extends over lCdees.
of longitude, uithout taking iiitoconsidurution
the detached islunds to the Hontli-e.ist ot it.
Tho circuinstmcen under which n prolector
nte has been established ovor tho island of
Kniate.i aro rather peuillinr. It appears that
tho Gorman man-of-war Ilisni irek wtnt to U.ii
atca for tlio pur port o of hoisting tho German
fligili placo of tho commercial flag of MeRxr.
Godeffioi and Co., nud uhcro that comuiercinl
coinpauv had an establishment. Tho mitivo
objected to a German protectorate, bill it in l-f
le'cd tho GeruiniiB got the King on board,'
made him drunk, and got him to sign a docu
ment, which was but ol iittlo value, as it had
not been signed by the other chiefs. This de
monstration provoked great indignation
amongst the natives. One of the pciucjp.il
chiefs, with the approval of the wbolu of the
natives, cut down the German flag. Ho was
afterwards seized by order of tl.o commander
of tho Bismarck, bi(t was subsequently re
leased on tho representations of the natives
and of tho commander of tho English nian-o'-war
which a ut Itaiatca. Tho Gorman man-o'-war
having failed to establish a protector
ate loft tho island. Meanuhilo the knoulcdgo
iof these events reached tho oars of the authori
ties i)t New O iledonia, who dispatched tho
gunboat Chasseur to tho island. Tho natives
applied to be taken undor tho protection of
France. Tho step was taken by tho King and
principal chiefs with the full approval of tho
m hole of the natives. There is reason to be
lieve that the resident Presbyterian minister
Mr. Fearse, took an active part iu bringing
about the result of the French protectorate
and in defeating the negotiations of tho Ger
mans. In tho meantime, the British Consul at
Tahiti, Mr. Miller, bad received intelligence
that u Frouc-h protectorate was likely to be
established, nnd ho despatched H, M. S, Os
prey, Captain tho Hon. Henry A'Court, to
Ituiatoa to observe the movements of the
French nud German officers. On his arrival
at Kuiateo, tliu cuptniu of the Ospru.v declined
to interfere, cr to express any opinion about
either party. It is stutei, however, tbut
ho took tho missionary sharply to task tor
having involved himself in tliu complication.
The protectorate mid uiinexutton were for
mally accomplished about throe weeks agu.
and M, Choose is 14 present Governor of Ta
hiti, awaiting instructions Jrum Paris. Tho
Guiclieu will reniuiu at'Aucklnnd for about.u
week, and will then return to Tuhlti. ,'
This movement on their part inaugurates
a now atuto affairs in tho I'ucihc, and v.111 tend
largely to increase French prcstigo in heso
heus. Thoro s little dgubt that it originates
in a deteiiuln.ttion to counteract tho operations
of the Germun Empire in the South Fucific.
The manner in which it hns bcon accomplished
may possibly lead to bitterness of feeling and
complications between these two Great Powers.
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Iron Mo'Vt, Andmr ftln?kln, J'lf Ir IIinrtlM,
Onlc Mink, llpnt't JUHIi't', Huff Ii'xln,
Nw ll?.fif itinll '.''jrilaif',
Mid Oil, llolM t.lntfi Oil, '
Ail llr'H, lliintr Virnltb, I'ntt,
Illij J'olioii, Hptittaof Torp'OtlD'.
iill, Cll, ltd. )Stofffti ,
Ihltiltt Utitl.'oiiipoilllon Mill,
fitnll I'ork, quarter bandi,
Tomato oncf Mock Turtlo Soup.
Totnatura, j .
ifl .Clam.r' I rc '
' Heked Btns,
CJain C'huwdtr, ,,.
BotcoUth, ' '
OreVn Corn, '
Lobattri, 1 and 2 lb. Una.
Illack Walnut, Wah Doarda,
Ilucketa, l'ixr Daft, aaaorttd;
' Cedar Boat tioaida, L'atb'r Watber.
Nwr JJcJfoul Wbalcbvata, Firewood,
WORM WIRE CRIBS AND CANOPIES,
KEROSENE OIL, "ELECTEI0."
Invoice of Carriages!
AN I.tVOICE or
E. O. HALL & SON,
In addition to the Very Largo and Well aelected
STOCK OF HARDWARE!
SOW ON UAXD, .
ARE EXPECTING URGE INVOICES
By the " Cejlon," and Otarlaad bj JUllroad ;
FROM NEW YORK
Bx the "T.F. Whit;"
x , Bjrthe 'CltjjOjMadridj" and
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
' By the " DIicoTery."
Upon the arrtral of tbta Tetania they will be prepared
to tell to tho pnblte the Tlneit and
Most Valuable Assortment. of-Gooos
In their line that baa erer beea ofued la
More pantostat hereafter.
. ,r HAWAIIAN ,
Furniture N aiiufaetory
J. H. BRUNS, JR.,
tu m of Fmrmii
U THE LOWEST PRICES!
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Tlio Finest Gold and Silver Watches oyer brought to Honolulu!
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Htyle from the best
lo suit all Ustes arid acand
ALL SIZE?, FOP. LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND BOYS.
He has also on hand an Extensive and Eleant
LIKE OF THE VEEY BEST JEWELRY,
Such aa Finger Ilines, Ear Kings, Breastpins, Ktuds, Amulets, and all classes of Goods in
tho Jewelry Line. Tliu Dianinnd Kottings are the purest and .best in lb market, and the
styles tUf most superb ever offered here.
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TJBLE BOOJNdl OVER!
The Dally Increase In the Price of
DRY. .GOODS,, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
' - 'FANCY 'GOODS, GENTS' HATS AND CAPS,
Is at length ,oTer, and e hare Ukea 'adTaaUte otttclalljln the market sadjpwtasaad eeoardtajlr. ;Tae
aaaortmrat la coaplete Id trrry n.act. We will merely qovu bat a few price, la each depanorst
abetting joa the BABUAIXit joo -srlll oHaln.t7 mtlzg -ultii VS.
10 yard Bert Calico .-. i$t 00
30 Tarda Fire CotUa 1 00
10 jarda Blown SheeUn;.,,... ,. 100
1 tall piece of Hoaqalto Xrt
It Is ! rar Mean tare ( catae aaad laak at aear Baw Saaaaaat rwlB fcy SB
Tancj Silk Rlbrwn, from...
Genta1 White Underahlru..
. 0 t5
. 0 IJti
Grnti' Half Iloef
Ladica' Balonrran Hoae Der ralr
lti.l..ll..tt'ki.Un..t V . it tj
LadlcJ", SMm- aad Chlldno't (lorea, fm..-0 1:4
Ldlf Sua ilata OSS
Genta Colored Snlrte , O W
Grpta' IJuen Sulla ,- 5 10
Worsted, per dozui. only ,...1 0 80 O
Children's hand kult Jackela ,.. 0 60
Lace Tier, from O SO
AU colore Wi.rajed Fttnre. per yard 0 IS
lauun.aua ilea. ..., ....,. w &
Good Ladica" Cbemlata .-.. 0 n
Cbildren'a bcLool IUu 0 fa
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SMT We mil add lnicoacUiUoa that It yon wiah l purthaae food fooda at the lowest poealble prkee, call
upon Bi, for we are poe'!thehat tas MUVUkaU BBS rBICS BABAB of
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BED KOaC YUfrlt FOE CASf 1
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THE TJNDEHSIGNED BEING
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Sole Agent on these Islands
"For the (above Goods, and aa he imports direct from thf
on bis own account for Caab, be is prepared
to sell Tf , ,,. v f
WATCHES, JEWBLRYrAND SILVERWARE
AT'ATMUCH LOWER PBICE than ther can bo obtained
anjrwhero outside the United States. The Trade supplied on
good terms, and a Liberal Discount allowed for Cash.
,f . M. MelNERNY.
I I Ldlea' Sne Wbtte Bklrt with KaHe.,
j S yarda bat Wlilw Mqat '.'..
Good Oatrith FeaUieri
GesU' Black Bowa..
Tine Bschlnt. ......
rlnc Crept dt Iea...
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LidltV plain tolorednoac 0
yaraa we scat uuv sasia.
LAAAd M A a ia. A A UJ
loioi jciaata-nnoee, per pair..... o Q
Ladle' LlLcnColIaj..,... 0 10
Kite Dollar GcuU Ilata - 1 10
Cblldreaa Lace BIU ,...0 as
4-trattoa Kid Olorea.
" i wamated ta wear.)
iyardaof food Casus Flannel 1 00
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Jj f 'BV'ASBkW iffli, 5fimlsr.sasaarr 17. IBM,
Pisnofbrtes in tha Exhibition.
Mu iau mloas aatle af thet PUasa ta 8eibIM.
tloa (No. IV.) In ronstction rttla taoae of lb Gtnca
Coon, we were unable to So more than exsavmie tbe
amSlhlt of L.-MKJffl.B, sawila. aad 4AM eacaera
lion waa crreBeoaa. Mae vrhtas taat nortec U
Sydney areata. Xctr. ltabonc.Fwa A Co, hate slaea
aa aa oawartaalty of amtcf IS laewaaaettta. of wkkk
Haa Vy ;"tars iaSfittttkt aaeatto caautd Ue
aw. Sliia at-rlsat tttage fji.wiii, Ire rraa
rtakt coataer. UaiptavTa taaeaunar. sat wtKbalaa-
ta la ltraIraVBCt.
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aajkta aansatr reataaw af MszaaMaMa taae. ,
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