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kRUt.tr. ocTonrn i. it:.;.
Thi tryii arr.tU nrwe Ivl Lav leri ii. ni.
Kumun s!iip Mtrrm l.uti.r, lr.nl the Ani r K.vt-r. mi t '.I'
f"f Bak-T's IUn I I . j uno lirt..! Lirk o'.'i-A.
trT II :r.Wotij. !t!i in- ri hir. !:' t t 't.-iian A; Co. , Cili, ll.i-
viin hr j IVm. II. Ail', ft m Til. tl. .: fr"o.xJ I . A
VV. IVirre A Co : i:ri!iJ) lri .oW t on an. fr.m f d:iey.
with r.rl ., T. II. Iav:. ; 7t!., L.V-r.ail h-ri. f ! i"t l.nunr,
frofj IVtunitiia River, w.th a-.rt. .) .arjo t, II. Hi. kl'i-i 4
i'v. The AniT.raa Urk Jltn n f.-.-m ClaraoU Riv-r,
lourhe.1 ...-T Hi' rt on the A an I vailed i.et .1 y I r H'.nj-
The departures have fca Oct 4th, N ,rt:i Orman hr i
lirlmr, it fj.iory, with suirar. and uiu : Oth. I'. J.
FoTtim-iHt , f ,r a rrui.ie.
The Urilitti bark Brnitirtrlk t nj. f r .-n. tr n.i .-r , to
ad on Wednesday, lakii.f a ni.i.I
The l',t.Uli In $ ft' itUtti rr i -pi rr t r ).vt
sv.lh carga .f nir, rfc.
The labie cf l..ntic Ej.ort, a j r-j are-t t the . oiler,
t.. (ieneral i.l t ut.,rn, for the n.ne cionth -.!. K-j.tjn-te-r
.Tilth, w.ll e- f ur.J l-Uw, and T-m a -ry favorahV
huwin; y.x the riAinCr. Th in-ra.e wt the ame -t.'A
io has IWn re.teworir.y in the art.c le ,( :x:.r, r.ee, tal
low and W'4. The table is talaablf, a sfi' Mrir.g i!.e ta.'
m in i.uf d .Ti'-tlV jrolurt, srl dr rtunn.xtAi'S.
Piiititin, ' , t. i:. 1": :.
M.4 Th" ni.ick'l i tr'r.f ..r Iilar.J st ""ir. 11 -tit
New Vok, t-j.t. lub. IT'l. ;
ttf itii f i f f .U ha ODe twtt! a.Ianr.-.l r, 11'..
I h'r" i a hj jr r',raT in r(T-. a,!vai. "l l-.'W 14 irU.
Ai.oxu Tilt: tvujkri:.
br lo Kr.ki lyuij at Tibbri A fon-uwn' aharr
"-hr Ro Roy i fpn-tiuf at llie f,l.J Ca( to flouw i'.arl.
Ahr N'ti.e irr.';i, at Jj..' wharf. It l.ahair.i
rlir Pnnrr, it fcrwrer' harl. f .r K-un an.l Kau t
St hr .Mary f.lVo. ai R.,(ni.vir., wharf, avail l-.r W:uh- 1
nrr',w. hr Fairy 1 :f-u, a; i.im wharl. I r llnij-.!. i 1 1.
JI.i'.OhkI.ii-,;. Mania K'l. 1 ljl'U-r Warv.:
I ii ll.intci 1-I'T m. II. Ali'-n. On. tit,
( I .."' '!.u. r.i!n I.. in- Ju,. -. 1'j I- !!..)-
I :.V. r a;.. 3 l:h' rr. I (.an i Wlv.rrfi Co. 2n
M.:- (.. II iw:.!--!i I'.t'm ; 2 r M..' l I..ij lo A !
I'SVn 1 : ri Uv. I hit ht-i , t L t.irlen I...nr
!-;-- ; . 1 1 r-r,T at.d Lni, 2 on lia.r to Order.
r'' i f r.rv P- t R-.U-rt TV.wsr, .-t . Tth 21 j t
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I kom P"ti.d V' r ! .ri l.ouiv, Oit. nr. : 35 f Pikt
ISf-i l. '' l:- ..r. 10 ' lir-w r A .0 : "i.'rA Pipe fuvi,
Ti rre Ft.v.e. C.MXl It l.umter in W I. Cfen ; iO Kkn
W h at. 10-4 k liran. 4 T Oat. 4-6 Lb! and 44 hi t.r.la
.-alni.o. hf ai.il 71 i r"a!m'-n e:!if-, Sn Uar.l. .
l:r-.i.l. J r fili'.fi, 'j.'jij'J It Ltimte-r t- 11 H r kUd & Co
I II! ttX. P-r ll-'.Tie. (Irl. 4l!l :
'11.1. lal- i5 I .-air, L:i J.rli
a!a- lriK-ni.r 11.1'' ;
I'm ll.-M.iiost, l'-r A!'n BT.e, o t.
I i. t.'.ii ?, r t Mde. Li
Lx J OIJ Mftil. bmln H
fr.ir.zu. I.aj sijir, k (..
Value 1jUi-.i.- $i0 ; rure.jn.. f 1.4 j4
F o tNr.v r W iridhor. Oft. 11th :
Beef it. .n-, tiyri 1 .""uf nr, kej... ;s
Pahi. bales Ufi ni.ll bar.. ii.SJ
ai ae l,m-t.i- $Z1,S9 .
f'u Hon. kOo Per Akl-n llee. o i. tf, lnn Tuik
ii rh.ldr-n. Ah Sarn, A hi hr-, Ah-e,
For U ouh iid Po7 Per Kilauea. 0 t. bid Hr U R
Keehkoiarii, Mr J O l-mini, Mr W II Daris, Mw Kaina
kau, M m E R Brash. J f;mvrn. V II Rkrkard, Mr T.iyl'.r
an.l i children. Jarii'- lAHf, arid aijout si d k
Fboh Hoxi.kod. Per IJenoirlirh, Oct. Crh P'- iia
Kai W itg, htik Kjiir, arid 17 labjrer.
From I2oi.asol4 per U rn. II. Allen, Oct. Cih Ksole (w).
I HtiM Vixtwr Port.j Per KiUuea, Ott.
J.irne Makee, lr J it DvmiDin,
F Chil!inKorih 4 wile, ii-,r P .Nahaolelua. P KaUikici.
Jlall, A fiui.ter, Mi Kawao, Mm Chsmfrlaio. R Love, and
From Kahili i Per K.i Mni. Oti. 11th T II Par., :
Kimble, Charles C Anney, W II Cornweil, Ir Ilrapiii, Ai,
Aiaci. ar.i u i k.
THE WATER SUPPLY. !
In the In.-t five i.r ix v.-ar.. ilurir-' wliirii tLo '
Jrjn' i f the atiunf-r.L re in Nuuanu Vall- v arj-l
the coiinjih nt !ruiitl.s ( 11 .nohilu Lave 'cn '
ftf-a.lily on tlie incrcar-, several lans anJ j r- J
jeeta fjr tfn ir rcmt--Jv Lave been rao-iteJ an I vf-n- !
tilatcij aiuong the t-u"'- tit, who are anstouf t
&k f.jiiH'thiD tSctual jrerarl and oxerat-1 by
tL-jee in authority : but unf rtuiiately, each anJ
every rri.jcct Lw been in its turn disarproTCri anJ
rejeett-J by th- whilura hea-1 of the engineering
department, now a member . f the Cabinet, (al
though fctill in faft iit hargic the functions of
hi- firiinal ..See, in wliieh iie i- consulted and
'lefem-'l t.. by his oi.llt-ague.-) wLilst far as the
public i aware, lie has never yet -ueeeeded in
deviir.gor reeuLumendinany alternative measure,
or in short making any eC-ctual attempt even to
mitigat- or correct the evil, which in allowed full
ktoj.' to ahead, growing and increasing to a
mor-t formidable extent, entirely unknown in
'lay- gone by. With all due respect frr the rjual
iGcationf the Mini.-ter alluded to mav pos.-s- as
an engineer, we much fear that he has brought
with him from the - Land o Cakes " too lar a
stock of that canny " caution and dread of re
sponsibility for which that nation is r-o distin-
A REXEDY FOR LEPROSY.
Let nt rur reader. ou Min the atA.ve ea-l-ing.
'X-s it by with t r::tx:r and the remark
more humbug. It in oar lutv tj sua-jrin" i.u-
inanity exil-1 u M .kai t try t-verythirg that
I "'Ids jui any, the n-t rvmie. rr sjvc: f jt :i ;
cure ...f the diseaM.-. We tind t?.e f 1I -win ' t jr- '
r-?ix;'nder.ee in reference to an F-ast Indian rem- j
y for leprosy in the Sydney Morning H tc.I!
of August IS. We recomni.-nl its erious con- '
sideration to the Ministry, and beg to suggest j
that an application t. the IJritish tlovernmi-Mt j
should be promptly uude for supplies of the !
siecified nut, and any further information tka
may le reitiisite respec:ing its us-, uch an ap-
plication would, withoi t ilaibt, receive iinmili- I
T V. i.J 4".e H.ni :
.-iK. Tb painful coaiinunicatioa ia your iu ;
oftheV'h i?i-Tant. of th spread of lej,ro-y .lining t
llurnpean", as well a- th natives l Hawaii. j
1 u c iae to lorw.ird two aecf.tupatiyir.g ar- i
Coimi-i of a rrrn'dv lr that fritfLtliil di-ae.
The pre-nt nifiical oftieer ! iL I.ix-r Avlnu. i
i I .'n! en 1 1:1. Wnu'nl ni. .I.iuht. iirhini v.ilnihl i.lvi.-u :
as to treatment, and AsNta:ie in lurnihiiig i Lt !
remMy (if beinf a product of India), it applied tu. j
I am. ."ir, vnar faithfully. i
Ku-hcutter Uiv. I4ia Aususi. !
I'TT.(;K tN KM MA NriiJitM. YY.
ILKI.V . :.,..-U bv W ;: ,ra Hami hrrt.
M : ) J CKr i.ioHi
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tKO.M AM) Al'TKR Tlllv It xTH I Wll.l.
fay a -T rant ,1 -. my r.v::-, .::.. n:
1"" : 4 It.-, fHAS. I". ANM.Y.
Wa..,e. Si i :
A FESTIVAL AND FAIR !
yyil.L,TAKK I'LAl i: XIVKMtlKK lilh.
IS. 3. lor Ibr l'rurlil el
Ultima Thule Lodge, No. I,
Independent Order of Good Templars !
A X K W A I) K K T I S K M K S Til
A FEW OF THE MANY THINGS TO BE FO
-A.t sucli Prices xjs
WILL, PAY TO GIVE THEIYI A CALL !
L" - crr.hu:;..:
b t!.ankfal!y iweiiej t v it.e c. Ol
!i l irthT information
MRS. C. W. UKLKrr.
MHS. J. M. UT.
MKS. I. B. Pl.TI R.-ON
MRS. l. SMITH.
MISS II. PKIRCK.
MR. O. W. UELKTr,
RKV. J. P. tiKKFN.
guibhed, the excess of which is likely to be seri-
MKui, "n M 0U&1 Jrtrimcntal to this community if its con
tagion snail uniortunateJy extend to the Minister
..... .Ui.r,r, :in to paralyze Hid endeavors to j Society which 1 Live j.it received, regarding the
promote and protect the public interests t. the' use of a nut callei; Chaowl inoogree." as a remedv
utmost of his ability. ! ca:i-s 4 leprosj. may prove inn-renting I0 your
7 tuf Kdlt'.ir fj ;'re a (!;.i :
sir, As the fjllowin? extract tiom a copy ot
! ihe last report of the Calcutta listrict Charitable
BARK CLARA LOUISE !
I ORliKS. MASTKK.
FROM PORTLAND, OREGON.
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Mnr kt-Al ..ip.i-y. ?oulh Kooa, Hawaii, rQ the TOth
?ej.ternter, ii:4. r. m., .Mr. II. Mr.nr.( ir, ;ei 2j year anil
i rnoniM, a native i.i saxony, oerman.
and continuously ample supply of pure pipe good results in Madras, 1 beg to send it to you
water in the driest seasons, was devised and eu- ' insen'l(,n in y('"r journal. It is part of a ief
tine of the projects lor securmg an increased nces on the subect which mav lead to similar
t .n.i.l.. .v i .... t ' : . . . . . . L. . ' " . . t
geste-i aoout four years ago by the present able ! He II. Stewart. tl officer in medical rhirvr.. t'
and practical .Superintendent of Water Works ' -Umshouse "01 lper Asylum in Calcutta.
who recommended the purchase by the Govern- , " " JanrJ "r- Jobn -'acksoii expressed
r . . 1 " me o'jvern i to me a wish to trv the effects of a native nut called
ment of the large kalo patches in Nuuanu. a ! chaowl moogree iipon some cases of leprosy, he
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f a lr-;i -M-li0-'- :!--
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S.4TfWM)', OCTOBER 11.
1 ii f. I...-- of the Heamer Costa Rica is a real
lohs to our inland community. After a long se
ries of mismanagements and mishaps, we Lad at
length got the right boat for the trade; and now
we li.ee her.
nuance maufca of Koeebank " (which ""'ig aruu strongly recoinmemiea as a most
formerly owned by Dr. Kooke and now bv ' Poworf"l reiuedial gent for the cure of that dis-
I' , . f . '1 " - fvi.-vv.tn ofev v... . w.i- - v.-j "
lum lor tue purpose of selectine a fit subject for a
Tut: oRi.AN is exercised about the " mantle " of
the Director of the f'overnnient 1'ress, in which,
..uiiua iv-i lumcmioii into a capacious
catch reservoir, to contain twenty million o-illons
of water, which was to be filled during the rainy
season to supply the overdraft on the present too
email reservoir, that contains only 250,000 gallons.
it was assumed that the streams which could be
turned into the large reservoir during all the
twenty-four hours and the frequent showers
vniu ian mere, would amply compensate for all
trial of" the efficacv of the nut, and havinjr examined
all the different inmates we at length fixed upon
Niuidoo Kissore, an individual who was perhaps
the most disfigured of any of them by the ravages
of the disease, and whose case seemed altogether
hopeless. The man had frequently declared his
life to be hateful t him, and had even threatened
to comniit suicide if he was not relieved. No pow
ers of description which I possess can convey any
correct idea of bis general appearance : his fore
head, liaise, cheeks, lips and chin were thickly
studded with small tubercles ; the ears enlarged
and penvdulous. and the lobes resembling two
small poiatoes. ihe integuments of the che.st and
i !: i
I pear.inoe. i h- awkward lit of the "mantle '
i might pass unnoticed were the wearer to kern Lis "umciem,J "PI'I'J. a well as the evaporation j abdomen, of a dirty brown c..lor. ami coar.e in
. .. 1 from the surface. And it was thn..rl.r tlt ,, tun ret-embling more the hide of an elephant
x s : r 2i.!!?:lsls:
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O H im
Q- - -x
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. .,. .u, u , ecuuor i.,s apparency lraft8 f -
d,scoverel that he cannot make a graceful ap- would ljeraIwl ,ir-,r, . C
. avf.ii iiitt pit-sent retjcrvoir
Bumciently eupp!ieJ, a well as the evaporat
p-acc, Mit as Boon as ne ojK-ns lus montli on gov- Bnrr. . . , " " than the skin ol a human being. On ihe arms the
! ernment matters, like the creature menlinneil In lx fJ""' rervrvoir wouf.l be so tubercles were of a large size, the hands much
i 'i m run o a r. k invn.i. .. . ii . . i. . i u . . i i
the fable who got into a lion's skin, bin voice be- T"1" . 1 .T"7 lo aU the TCSi' nn ' ZMTn.ZrX ZZ . ' . " !
v...o ui'iwmi it ana inose now supplied by the V i . .' i
. utlj,,vA ny me struyed : the legs, ieet and loes Were still more
present reservoir, nd perharis warrant the farther disfigured.
Latti ki v, it has been the practice to shut off extension of the pipes on the plains and other lo- I " Ul1 ,lie ih -'""ary. 1S."3. this individual was
the water fr.,m the rlfv Iroffetbr .lnrinre tbo I ealitieM which tbo rPOCflrP L. ... . . . ! ordered a scruple of ehaowl moogree. pounded and
..... " . J . ..-0 r.w..nJr,j, u.auequate to j m:ld(, into pills, twice a day. and was directed to
Columbia Kiver Salmon, bbls. and hf. bbh.
Salmon Hellie?, half barrels and kit.
Johnson & Spauldin's Suryar Cureii Ham
Deltin?er's Pilot UreaJ.
Preserved Salmon in 1 lb, and li lb. tin-.
PAINT 0L-Hubbuck-s Best Pale Boiled aud Raw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hubbncks Eest in Oil:
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE.
CHROME GREEN, BURNT AND RAW UMBERS.
PARIS GREEN, VERMILLION.
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE
Downer's Genuine and Dcvoc's.
MAT::H1S. yCar.l DAIRY SALT. CRl'SHKli SICAK. PARIS I'l.iiWS, wish I XTRA II FA V
I'FAMS. FXTRA POINTS. UFA MS AND IIANDLFS.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
srpKiuoi: Ktxrv r:rxrs. .ixi:x i hulls.
FOR THE LADIES ESPECIALLY!
Cambric and Hamburg Ldgings and Insertion. Real and 1 mil at ion Yaleiicienes Lure.
Fine Printed RrillianH for Children's wear. Ac. Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac
FOR SA1.K UV
II. IIAI'KFKLD X CO.
fane A. Fa I kin bur
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night time. We Lave no desire to be alarmists,
but are constrained to reflect that under these
circumstances it would be doubly unfortunate j hcin
U'PTl1 fl fin tr. Kpm L- .tilt Ir. tlin rI r- n trr.A I TTlfl t tfV ..T iln.n oh.i .1 a. . .
"v iijr,i nun. -- V.V., uui mat iney nave heeri so
when no water is to be had. It would take euinmarily ignored. It is understood that this
; some twenty minutes or more to get a full Lead project contemplated the formation of the reser-
. ul ivata-. if indeed we have any assurance voir by scooping out of the earth to the required
' that it would In- turned on promptly at the first depth in a cup shape, deepest in the centre and
j alarm by the person in charge at the reservoir, rising with a 6lope at the sides, (which is the
i ami in iimt tune a ileal ol mischief might Lave J p'an on winch the justly celebrated Croton reser
J been done. The water has been nhut oil' at night voir of New York. Las been constructed with
lor the reason, probably, that all do not strictly prefect success) tin interior as left after the re
use a diet composed entirely of milk. ehee. butler.
If these eetimatcs are sound and callable r.r ' ,ic' aIld h1"'1-
inr nrri.v,i ,ntr. r..n o.i. - ... ! "His appearance now has altered so much for
-uv.r ...ii rucLL. il ih fern initr o . 1. i ir.. ,;i....i.-.l? ,
'j ; iiitr iiciier ui;n, 1 ieet couuueiii mat ins nearest, rela
tive could not recognize him. All ihe tubercles
have disappeared, with the exception of one on
one of the arms, which, though still conspicuous,
is reduced lo one-third of its original size. His
face and ears natural, hands and feet almost re
duced io their natural proportions ; the nails re
newed. The greatest and most pleasing change,
however. 1 consider to be in his frame of mind,
which is now cheerful and happy. The success
which has attended this case has induced some of
the other patients to request that I hey might be
permitted lo trv the same medicine. Six of them
BARK " BEN V0IRLICH,'
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oriT or HOIJOLUI.TJ. II. I.
t 14 Si hr K.Hini Ana. J Uu.li it. from Waialu.i.
114 Riuaiaa ship Mania l.uthr-r, f ti.nniri)r. 4'I
j fmm Amniir KiTfr.
v 4 Br:i bk UenvuirUcb. T I H:irri, C4 .U5 lr. ni
iti. hr Juamu, Fount.iia, fio Kaimakakii A Tuk...
i vrhr Kioau. Ahuih-ila, frma Molnoa. Kaiui.
i Sk-hr Warwirk, KaUwaia. fnm Kalaupaf a. MoJ.ikai
a H brif Wni II A Urn, N JvchnriJer. JUilaya fr..lu
i Eril brig RuN-rt Cowan, Revrljr, 4.1 dav 1m Sy.Inrv.
1 l.ibrriaii tk ftira Louise, Fort-. 17 il.iy fru'ni -
4 Mrhr ttie Mrrrill, t'ranr. Iroin I.ahaina. Maui.
i-4i. hr I'riDrp, tKoaiie. from Kona anJ Kau. Ilawa.i
5 S.hr Arlive. I'uaahiwa. from Maalafa, .Maui.
. 1 Sfbr Fairy Iturvn. Kaaiaa, from Hanal.i, Kiu.ii.
ll.s, rir Ka Moi. West, from Kahului, Maui.
II Stmr Kilaura, TayU.r, fnun Hawaii an.l M ini.
II ."Vhr Kinau, Ahuihal.i, from K'wlau.
HKI' tlMI l KS.
it, I 4 sivtir .rtiir .Merrill, I'ratir, ..r l.ahaiaa. M.ici
4 Am tk AkVu lirur. Nny.-. f, r llonjk'jrji
4 f. br A.tir, I'uaahiwa. lor .Maalara, Maui.
4 i.rrman bRtn Ilrlenr, I; P Umbn. tr fyjn.
w oiiui niuiic a. .or, inr aui ami Hawaii.
i Si tlr Ka .Moi. VI. lor Kahului. Main.
S rt. hr Jinny, Lambert, for Kolna Jk Vainia, K iuai
K . c L. tr 1 : .. l-... v. . .
'. .-.--.1 ' 1 iujuiupi. ,.lik.li
-hr PauntW. Hrrrill. for Lahaina. Mini.
t. hr Luka, Kaai. fur Moluaa, Kauai.
Mchr Kinau. Ahmhala. lor Kn:!au.
T ! hr Juainia, Fountain. f..r Wai.ilua.
' 1 lir Kirvni Ana. J Pu.Ioil. tr Waniua.
Haiaa hip Martin l.uther, Srhionuir.;, fjr ll.i
11 ft w . : . i ii . . . , ,
J .r.iii siiij. uriaiutniiu, ?"Krrr'iT. l-cruir.
i Haw tH-rir Waiola, Lcghh. to rroise.
oierve the regulations as lo hours for irrigation, moval ol the earth to le consolidated by precisely are now faking it, and even without the advantages
Ifthisisthe real reas. ii. we surest that it will the same metlioil as nnivers illo ,r,i: . i. t,u' more expensive diet allowed m Xundoo
r i . ...... .f r - , J J 1 i Kissore, are benefiting by its use.
be fir better to enforce the penalty for violation natives in forming and preparing kalo catches , It is to be honed that Pr. Stuart s timber trials
of the regulations, and employ the jiolice ejiecially f-r planting from time immemorial, and which is ! Wl" estal'i!J'. nt "d bv him as a certain
to note offenders, rather than to suffer the tineas- tter understood and more completely effectuated j Z,Z beinT ,Ws fail fully
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ii.i nn nun ii id irn in regani iii our ueieiireiess I " "i m auji HiiuT j'air. Ol me World. J hat
eoiiditii.n in case of a fire. the natural soil of these patches in ennnblf nf I
the proriosed consolidation, is amr.lv r.rnvpil ,t
. . . ... i - i t "V
mi: tuizttir s tender ol congratulation to this the fact that the niesent s.irrw i, i. ,
j v- imn tjyjl uj
William II. 11.
Ootucamnnd. -Iiine Jd, 1S."."."
journal on its Having reen selected as tlie official crop of kalo almost consecutively for time out of
organ m tne Hawaiian government' is a very mind without leakage or waste a fact which
lugubrious attempt to re witty, and is libelous, ought of itself to remove all doubt or skepticism
... ... .j ... ,u.i im- j.Ajiuv oi tur as 10 me leasiruiity ol the project. A Bart of
jj, r,rA nun in limn -ami in ian, cveryoouy tue plan was the erection of a moderately stout
recognizes the Hattt itself as being that orgai.. wall to enclose the earth, but not to carry any
It publishes " by authority " all official notices, material weight. A consideration of great value
all legal advertisements, and informs all govern- IU connection with the proposed new reservoir is
inmt printing, on terms understood to be eatis- the fact that its elevation above tlie level of the
lact.-ry to Lotli parties ; the Advertiser has city will give great force to the water when
no part nor lot in the matter. Uut recently it nected with a branch to the ma,in pipe This
became necessary that the proposed amendments will be invaluable in case of fire,
to the Constitution should be published for three ln 0ur article on Irrigation " last week
months i Hawaiian and English, and the .Secre- reference was made to the plar proposed in the
u.w.n no... n.v.- racinc states ol the American Cnionof sccurin"
proprietors of the two pliuting offices. It was a water mvvy all the year rottnd by the con
....... ........ ...j.,-., ...... ,u.r ..... inn iu stnictn.n oi reservoirs in the mcuntains. Ve
ine naz'ut as a matter oi course, uuroner was
considerably the lowest, and the job was awarded
to us. The t!azttte'. appetite for government
pap has so grown on that upon which it feeds,
that it suffers from an attack of indigeetion, and
caunot distinguish between legislative work and
that of the government.
Fo tTOEV lltif Windhover, aiN ttii Jay.
Fob Wupwiio l'oaT Strar Kilauia, k.aiU on M..n.lay.
Fob Sm Fbamcimo Bk UenToirticb, siails tn WVJnrsaay
VESSEM IX I'tlKT.
Aril hip C.ring.i, Ropn. rTa.rir.i;
Brit bruf V irultioTrr, I J RorN. li.a.I.K
Haw hr Mary Fotcr. J C Clunrx.
Ilaw chr Stun Sea. lan
Brit bk- BenToixlu b, T I Ham. iLM'barsins.
Haw brif W m II Atlm, N S. hnfi.lrr. r.rxirir;L'
lirit brig Rolwrl Cowan, Rarely, JiM hargirx.
Liberma bk Clara lxuu?, Forb'. J.whars
Rcpobt of Haiti Wm. II. Alie. X. Schcipkr, U
TCB. LTt B..IaboU Ihe I6!j Sv'pt f'r Honr lulu. with a cari;.j
of Crewoutl ami romanuts. From lat 15 S ha.l strong wimi
tiom E up to lat 8 N.whrre we hal Jurir? live il.iya jl.-nty
if rain. anJ calma ; after that fca.l wm.l Ironi NK, whirl,
rarnevt us ty Oaha, making ihe .n.ise from Illah..a in
Rtroir or Rh BevoiLi h. T. I. HtRKi. .Miti a.
Lett Ilongkor; July ulst with tht northerly wlruU unt.l
(hiii.'.idj Fonn'i on August tlh. then haJ thrcr Jay wrt. r!v
winds ; from ia. n the 3.1 tt-j t in Lit i i3 X, lone 161 L,
light easterly an.l SE wind. Th-n liht XE Winds to the
Ult Sept in lat 3 X. locg 160 W, where we encountered
x levere fa.'e of three day duration from thr sn and S. then
moderate breeze ,- er.t.'rine ihe irn.l.-!. Made ihe ii.ii;e
n 64 days.
Rcpobt or Bin Cui Lot if, Forbk, M te. 17
day from Astoria. Oregon, with prodare to Ii ilackfeld JL Co.
First two days trong XV breeze: balance rf passage light
baffling winds and squalls.
Fbow V'toivosTCCK Fer Martin Luther, t vt. 4th 1
rk and 11 bbla hale Oil to II llarkf. 1 1 A. C.
Frok IIoibKotv; Per Benroirln h, O. t. tth.- T4 pkf
Fire Crackers, b Urir.1 Lecher. 4 bs Dried Lr tii.iii, 4
bxs Chestnuts, 2 bxs Ba. k Hop, 1 bx Sn.araun, 7 bs M.lr,
ti bia Bamboo ftoot, 1 b Olive Soe.l, 1 bx White Xum, 1 b
Sialt Cabbagr. 20 jars Vegetables. 4 bs Cake SViar. m bxs
Vermicelli, bxs Oil, S bx Flat Fish. 10 bxs Cuttle Fih.
12 bs,s Shoes. 21 bxs Dried Oysters. 3 bxs Keies. 21 tr Pried
Fish, 1 bx Lanterns. 1 bx pen an.l Ink, 60 bxs tov. 2 bales
Orange. Peel. 9 bxs Paper Cage. 3 bxs China Ware. 6 bxs
stall Olives, 1J2 jars and 10 lixs V ine. 40 jnrs Kance, & iars
Soar Plums, M bxs Pickle M. lcn. 6 ars Black Soy. 12 bs
Plums, 2 bxs tessamun Oil, 2 bxs Salt Bics, 2 bxs Caskets
1 bx CarJs, 1 bx Joss Stick, iOO bx C aniphcr Trunks, tk
rolls Mattings, 1D0 rolls tiraw Ware. 504 pkgs T. a. 151 bxs
ManUa Cigars. 172 bales Twine. M bis Tobacco. 30 pes U'o
Mill, 1 bx Crass Cloth, 1 bx Leaf Fans, 1 bx Fans, 4 bs Lai -l
iered Ware, J7S rs Preervs, " cs (;iaswir4 rs Salt
Plums. 10 pkg Melon Seeds, 1 b Pip-s. 2 bxs Hams, Zv bxs
Preserved Vegrtablrs, 9 pkgs Medicine. CI pkgs Pairs. 1 bx
Curtains. 12 bxs Clmhinjr. 10 bales Tea, 2 bxs .S.Ik, lu bxs
Dried Lily Flowers, 7 bxs Rice Fkntr, 4 bxs Tloiir, 7 baskets
Vegetable, 4 bxs Analom. 1 bx Slippers, 20 bxs Trunks. 3 csks
1 i;-- 11 ... - . .-...:. ... . ' .
flit: toRRiroNDEt k which we publish tlt5C-
where in to-day's 'iht between tho Collector
Cenerai of Customs and a former Minister of Fi
nance, although some five years old. is neverthe
Is interesting. It shows that we were correct
last week in attributing the inauguration of the
system of adding two and a half per cent. 4 com
luissk.r.s " to invoices to the ingenuity of the Col
lector CeneraJ, and that his action therein was
sustained by the then head of the Department of
finance. That the practice " rested solely on
the authority of a Minister," as the llazctie as
serts, does not aj js-ar to be ihe case by the cor
respondence itself, in which the Collector (icneral
informs the Minister that three years previously,
in ISC"), he Lad instructed two Hawaiian Consuls
(at Victoria, 1!. C. and Portland, .).) and here
let us ask if it is the province of the Collector
Cenerul to instruct . Consuls abroad, as to their
duties, or rather, is it m-t the province of the
Minister..! foreign Relations ? to see that the
" charge of two and a half jr cent, commissions j f'crT,ce
was addt-d on all invoices not having a charge for
emmissions," and it was not until 18GS that
the sanction iT Ministerial authority was risked
in the matter.
The tactics of the Organ in pointing out that
the unjust system was one of many similar acts
of the late administration, does not by any means
justify its continuance by the present Ministry.
11 eimpiy provee the inertia and inactivity of the
official life that fails to see and recognize existin"
abuses, that nnv have been L nniteil .l.itxn l.v
Mr. C. C. Harris was one of counsel in the
recent test case which has resulted in abolishiD"
theobnoxious charge ; but the fact that he has been
employed a a counsellor at law to oppose a sys
tem that he once sustained as a Minister, is noth
ing larticularly remarkable, but purely a busi
ness transact ion, winie it certainly can havr
L'xtract from ' Lockhart's .Medical Missionary in
China," pp. 1 84-" ; published by Hurst A Co.,
London. 1SS1 : "Of leprosy." Dr. Hobson re
marks, mention has been often made of the pre
valence and incurable nature of leprosy, it is grat
ifying to state that Ihe seeds of the chaowl moo-
gree are found to be of real service. Dr. Mount
(Mouat) of Calcutta, drew my attention to this
tact and sent me a quantity of seeds: these were
given in the form of coarse powder in doses of
sixty grains twice a day, and the expressed oil
rubbed on the eruptions occasionally. 1 have seen
two cases certainly completely cured and several
otners much benefitted. Ihe remedy must be per
severed in for not less than from lour to six months ;
I under its action the diseased surface gradually
j assumes the appearance of healthy skin. The rem-
i edy is known to the Chinese under the name of
1 a-fung-tsze for the seeds, and Ta-fung-yew lor the
oil : but those who have any experience of its
value keep it a secret for their own profii. The
Chinese account says it. is imported from the south
(probably the Mraits). ft produces a change in
ihe blood, hence useful in the diseased blood of
leprosy. The oil is useful to apply to cases of
have since learned that precisely the same system ! Psonas19 ani1 ulcers, and it will kill worms. The
Las been followed in i.JLt:-: ' : 1 , I eeJs should be given in theform of pills'
"-V, .wuuuira in ,ciui i Dr. Hobson wrote an excellent paper on leprosy,
ol the .New Lngland .States, for many years, i which was published in the MnVenl Times nnd
notaoiy at ixortricli. Conn., where a small valley : """"'"'""'.
near the rity has been turned into si reservoir to : ! "
catch the enows of winter, whereby a supply of
water is secured for the drouths ormrmmor
it.ia ,i....i .. .i - . . i The first Uessemer steamer for service between
uui rtui uiai mis protect ca n involve a i m . n i - i -n- . ,,
r .... . ..J uuix. u. i)over an,i Calais is now building at Hull.
xt-iy loimiua-.ie ouuay, and il it sha 11 result in
such an increased and steady supply e.f water as
WO. 2 MATTING!
FOR SALE UV
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.
CHINA JOODS !
HAVE JL'ST RECEIVED AND
Now Offer For Sale the Cargo !
The Bessemer Steamer.
origin of the peculiar mode of construction adopted
for the saloon of this vessel is curiou. Mr. P.esse-
! mer is the inventor of the Uessemer process for
will warrant a large increase of privileges to the
many who arc anxious to obtain tltem, it may j making steel, by which he has acquired enormous
prove a good investment in the enhanced rental j wealth. All his money could not save him from
it will produce. It is uinlerstood that the entire ! sea-sickness when he desired to see foreign coun-
scheme was rejected on the assumption that the ' lTU',i- ,Ie became so disgusted that he resolved to
. . . . . I t . . I V M. . I
prop seu reservoir could not be made water-tiht, cntlimv, ,u "1U -iuer .xepume. ne inventeu a
which most unqucstior,ablv is an unremhlc n. i swinging saloon mat me motion ol a vessel would
sumption, liut as it is-hardlv to bo ox-twi I nul aflVc'- h,,nS h m Lis S'" and by the aid of
that Mr. Stirling wilf roni fr. lh 'rnI'1 r"'J n a very good imitation of a
o - iivm ..... 1 T.Tlt 1C1 1 - ...
which he ns tTl-en ... ... i i i storm at sea. It worked admirably. o he is
.ias taKen, i tr only hope is that instead i . ., ,. ... "...
of xrMir-n. .i::.i- t.- . ..... ; building it steamship to try it practically. The
j.v.,Uilu, ,i,ullj to ins opinion, ine -iinister i i . i r .
nf th lnt;n. n-n 4 i . .. T principle upon which the saloon is C.ved is the same
of the Interior will take counsel with the many j as wllich nautlcal ilHttlimPnls whidl
who are much better posted on the subject by j uuls, main lhe ,anie ,evel are suspended. The
practical experience -than he can possibly be as a new vessel is alike at both ends, and has the ap-
inere theorist, and w c venture to predict that if j pearance of a gigantic steam canoe. She is 3.-.0
such a course shall "be adopted the present ob- : feet buig. -Pi feet broad inside of her paddle-boxes.
structive policy will .-iediIy be put an end to ! nd 2.771 tor.s burthen. It will be in the cemerof
at least in relation to this branch of tlie public ! ih ship, however, that its most characteristic feat
ure will be found, for here will be placed her sa
lt has also been said that there was still ! 't")!1, wt,IC" will ie ,n feet long and :;) feet wide,
another objection t- the proposed reservoir ' ani1 HlsP,'nde'1 uPon ,,s massiv'' pivots at the cen
namely that the rvarc -ration f.v.. ti. J i ,Pr ul at the 'stretiiities. Thus supported, it will
- -.v.. .... . uuaiL
be brought under ihe control of powerful hydraulic
s gear will be so arranged that it is expected a
man will be able io impart to the saloon a rolling
notmeg to uo with the merits of the main quet- j those at the head ..f affairs, we have the con-
nuu. I cum s ii me .UlUlSterS Were to look- mfn ; Kni.iT ..C l.o: i , . . .
the afiairs of their derartment. ,),.. VkZl ! . . " ' "a" " """'S t.V DJ Liv
might be found eoually as obnoxious and unio-r
as -the two cases just divided by law.
some two or three inr-li ir, in.
four hours. Anvbo,W .n :.i. .r... S"ar- workt'J h ,he P"-ipal boiler of the ship.
j k .... 1L1I jn-nt-vt i q-jjj
dvi'urac, uuu it win oe lound tliat it bnrcly
imniinfi t. rt.tA..l..i. .U. . .... - i
TT"". l ,uuluw " uu lDt n- motion in relation to the ship precisely the reverse
The income from the Water Works which g..cs i that which the ship herseir receive-. In other
into the sum total of (lavemment realizations, , words, the eflorts of tlie ship, when moved by the
amounts on the average to something over ,lll,- waves, to impait its own rolling motion to the sj!
OfHJ per annum, exclusive of expenses. This loon vvill be exactly neutralized, and iheoecupanis
special tax on a common necessity of life which ; lu, ,':l'0,,n W''L ,;ir as n liinj,' only is con
the inhabitants of Honolulu have paid for many 1 0,'I'",,,L ' unite free trom movement, however
years past, has furnished the means of paying i ninch v'1 liflf "ny roll.
tlie Falanes ot two Cabinet Ministers, and it is
but fair and reasonable as well as expedient,
that some portion of this revenue should now be
ilevoted to the evident needs of the Water Works.
However these suggestions may be regarded by
BRITISH BARK BENVOIRLICH !
32.)2i5i3T KARTHF.RX TIL.KS.
610 Rolls Matting-,
440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Packages Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
167 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wine,
74 Packages Fire Crackers,
200 Boxes Oil.
55 Jars Soy,
61 Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco.
26 Packages Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Rope,
20 Boxes Vermicelli,
801 Packages Sundries.
CHULAN & CO.,
v71 :5ra Vuunnu Si reel.
Kegs Oregon Dried Apples,
Barrels, Half Bbls. and Kitts
Barrels, Half Bbls. Best No. 1
Cases Sugar Cured Oregon
Cases Canned Salmon,
A Nl t'OR SA I.K III
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
OTICK IS II Kit Kit I (ilVE.N Til AT TIIK
1 t'ivmrtuerhi lierrluliire rxmliug Ulwri-n N. V
I1AI.KV & C. N. SI'EM'KK, under It e linn uaiue of MAI r i
A M'KNCKK, is this day dmsnlvrd by mutiml ronsriil. C. N.
Sienoer will continue Hie businriis and will settle all lawful
claims again! the lute (Irm. N. '. II A LEV,
t N. M'KNCLR.
Waiutunu, Kau, rVt. la, lit.;. sr20 lui
CASTLE & COOKE.
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and merchant Sts.
IIAVK (IN HANI AM FOR SAI.K
11 K AL KS T A T K !
IN TIIK MATT Kit K TIIK ESTATE IK
VICTOR L'liANCKKKL. d.-cra.vl.
Hjr virtue of nil onlrr or sulr, Imtue.l out ot ths Suprrine
Court on the 7th day of June, A. 1). I;:!, by the II. in. E. II .
Allen, Chief Justice of the Siiireiue Court, the undersigned
will m-II nt Publir Auction, at (lie Court ll.m.e in llntiolutu, on
SATURDAY, the Ihih day of -tolH.r, A. I. l7a, all the right,
title ami Interest of the ti.l V. l'lmin- rrl, in and to the loll.m.
iiiK real estate, situstrd in Ewn, IM.xnd .f Onhu, ami Iniu!)iIihI
at follows, viz :
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi koiu. ak. ma ka pohaka nul .a
lahahiha uia ke kihi e ili ana ine I'ulie a uir kula no alaaurlai
alalia e hulo ana luka tuawarna o ka I'a Hale o M anuria, akau
-7i hik. 2 70 k. h. lli me kula tin Manuetaj liein. 56 Ink.
ti.U k. Ii. ili tne kula no I'uukapu I; lirra. 44 o hik l.M k. Ii.
tili me kula l'uukaim I ; hem. Uj hik. 2 Mi k. b. ill me kula
no Awawalua; liem. 30 km. .'JS k. Ii. ili me kula no Awa
w.iloa; hem. M hem. 2.00 k. Ii. lli ine Awawalua; lieni.
Oil kom. 3.37 k. h. .ili mn kula no Kalmkai Kailiuok touat
ak. 302 koiu. 2.00 k. Ii. ili tue kula no Kaakauwalhau) ak.
20 Ink. 6J k. h. iili me kula no Kaukauwailiau; ak. 44)
kom. 44 k. Ii. jiili tue Kaakauwaihlaj ak. 20 kom. 1.24 k. h.
pill mn Kaakauwaihla; ak. f.7 kom. .fi2 k. Ii. pill me Puhe;
ak. 401 o torn. .77 k. h. llli me I'ot.r ; ak. 341 kom. 1.11 k.
h. ili me Tohr: ak. 271 kom. .00 k. h. pill me I'ohe; ak.
20 hik. .'JO k. b. pili me I'ohe; ak. 6 kotn. 1.04 k. b. pill
me I'ohe; ak. CM1 kom. 1.211 k. b. plli me pohr, a hik I I ka
hooinaka ana ma ka pohaku nui palahtlnha. ContalniiiK
2 80-100 arres.
ToRMher with all tlie ri;ht, title mi l Interent of said drreane.l
in and to the said real etttute.
The above is nearly all kalo Ihii.I (2 nrn-ii,) and Will lie put
at the upset i:cr of $ :52!i.
Heeilii and survey can be geen at the ottlreof the uiHli-riignr l
W. I'AKB K,
Administrator of the et:ite c.r V. Chancer!, deceased.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1S73. e20 4t
DELLINGER'S PILOT BREAD
Just Received per Jane A. Falkinburg- f
s27tf Kur Sill- I.y II. HACK KEI.D & I't.
Columbia River Red Salmon
JEFFREY & CO.'S
IX PI X T S
A X l ii I' A R T S.
ALE IN ULAKTS A V I
. . . .
IIkmi- lIiN.tVA. A i-.-I(ii:i ,)( this tree, orit- i
year old. grown from tiir- rr.l. i now in li'i'nai i
in th yard back of this t rli -. Il i- -ight'Ti h-.-t j
liigli to lln !1osi.uj Lrani'ii. iiif.i-i:r'- alicnit !onr- j
trt-n jnrh.'s ilirongti :i! iln- lout. :ind h:i- jirtMl'ired
llerman Ale, Key brand, in quart an.l pinr
Holland Gin, none jugi in l.askrts,
Strong Rum, in barrels; Alcohol in Tins
Claret r.f d:ff-r-nt riualitie.
in .rr.tie Ju?a
FOR SALE KV
II. 11 A C'K EELII A. Vli.
As Am ilnt Iiol. Hocentlj in digging fur watt-rat
Kalihi, in Adams garden, a rarved wooden idol
wa found, abtut 1S inches in length. It was a
hideous looking object, and probably on that account
was highly estee med by it- owner of long time aeo.
Alongside of the image was tuiind a tiDy apo or awa
bowl, made of stone, such as were used in the cere
monies of the ancient temple. Tradition say9 that
a heiau once stod ou the soot where these relics
l mz them before the nublie. l..nt.ri..CJ
- - v. Tl 1 1 1.1 ii
f lirar objections llrgl to this jirojeot it is vcrv
easy to rairro objections ; but let us bear some tiling
, Letter promised by the obj.-ctors.
louii.-t-n young p 1 :t n i . f.i
"!:i!iiliii-' aioaiid ii.
Wlril'll llr- !i(lV I
THOS. 6. THRUM,
JIATIUXER. NEWS II K. A I. K k iVIi
Two Sides lo a Story
Boards, Plauks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor1 West Surfaced Planed Boards.
3 33 W O O 33
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
inws ami iimnx!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varniohes.
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c. &c.
EOR PLANTATION I K.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
KOR WHKKLWKI'iUT AND PLANTATION 1K
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOARDS A Nil I'LAXKS.
or tho Packing of 1073.
Kim vau: uv
lf . . IIA( KKELII X
WATER ! WATER ! !
in con.eqli:nck ok the
GREAT SCARCITY OF WATER I jSS
HOURS FOR IRRICATINC
From the OOVERNMENT KIPLH will, until further notice, In
reMrirted lo TWO IKII'KS EACH OAV.vir. .
from 7 io 8 A. M. and from f lo (i V. M.
This Regulation must bo Strict
C3P SnnUhm oi y i 'its ;.i yi,;rti(j j'ro,;t,;tf,i.
hiiM-riiitendei,t Water Works.
Bread for Chicken Feed !
I N CASKS.
For Sale by tho Cask at
a Cents per 3103.
C RREWER &. .
HA VI.VG f'l RC IIASKIi
tr.r IJla kmiiith Mhoi, Tools, f tot k
. '--V nn.I Oo.. Will r.f the liu'irien of
V.-rtl r. Vm. brNCAN. tl. ..
yueen Street, optKwile the .,11 Cutoii. H.iu-, , 17111
and the buiine
Removed to the Shop on the Esplanade,
IntHly occupied I.y Mr. buncari. whn-e
4w T A I
l:iK BI.NM.H, Mwtisnt Mr-, li.-.nftlub, II I
vrw& ft .n ri. I
I'rfsfrveh Meat. We have re-:ently tril son,e
cf the Australian beef in cans, received tr.nn Sydney
Ly Jadd ,v Lalne, and found tLem excellent f..r
family tis,-, not only as retaining the natural flavor
i f the meat, but possessing the very important qual
ity of cheapness. When are we to -ce Hawaiian
4 Inn . ( ll.
'JMie ixi)ersk;xei HAVixr: reev
a h(n. inted AdtninintriiL-'T of th-et:ite i.f tti 1-iie )
SAf.bKK, M. b. ..f Wa.luku. Maui, d-.-e.ised, r-iiut, all
.T!mi having claiuis ajfainst said esute to present them wiiti
me u-r'ar- vouchers, ii' any, within 'x mi.uthj Irs. in tli"
date .,r tl.ii publication, or they will 1- forever l.arre.l ; ar..l all
.-r..ii6 iu.JeOted to a.A ej.are are re.iue,t.-, to make ,u,,e.l,
I WHEN VOL Wlv HIK llOOIl
u r. THE
COSMOPOLITAN PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
CI a:.. I CiJ Kuil Mn-.l,
LEWERS & DICKSON.
ei:j 3rn in.
VISIT IIHKSOrS ART (i.lllEiil !
C I Fort Street, for
Will be Carried on in all its Branches
CARRIAGE i-MITIIIMi, and
I' A It I It I 1,1 It All E.XTIO n 1A
i fully rornp-t-tit workniari l.cincr -x. toyed In i.,a. :, .
specialty. " "
BLACKSMITH'S COAL AND IRON
tinny on HiiikI iiii.I fur Siilc.
0- OrdfM from tl,.- Ml,.r IbIhu.U M'i.. ... . .
II. Til OMI'Sfi N.
la.is.. it could et no notice dour to ,t- uijnre.i " (i. jyigtn
lin-i vi-r i i.i;!'- I. !!! It"
i.t.r. i.i f .'
PIE FRUITS and PICKLES
Fresh French Olive Oil !
EXTENSIVE ASST. OF OTHER
1LI.M' HI I1KK .tlk.ilLMM.r..nr.i ma
Tj 13. o n .