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Pacific Commercial Advertiser Su
ent, June 24th, 18
FINANCE COM MITT EE-. !S
To 1 ION. U. UIlODEr
PrrJdwt uf J.tffi.lal'tt Asstwilf.
Your Committee on Finances to I"'m referred tlie
JHenuial Rej-ortot' His Excellent v the Minister of Finance,
ami who arc required binder Kule 52 of the Amenably to com
Iarc the expenditure of the public money, tfith the appro
priations, beg leave to report that they have hud all the.-e
matters under careful consideration. They have made a
thorough examination of the books, account? and vouchers of
the several departments of the Government, aud have also
examined tire cash balance, reported as being in the Treasury
on 31bt of March last, and they retort, having found the vari-
oils accounts in order, and a" ' -rly attested by voucher,
showing clearly the
appropriations, hc rri
with these accounts, i " '
expenditures for the I i
The cash balance your.
The report of the
amount there Jul
ed under their several
: r'hieter ot Finance agrees
' Tectly states the receipts and
t jriodreuding March 31, 1870.
ee also find correctly reported,
howa that the receipts at the
been 1,008,191.85, but of this
iei. -d from extraordinary sources,
estuary, and it appears to your Committee quite advisable that
! this authority should be continued. Bat if it is to be twd
! to tauke expenditures of money for objects never eontempla
, ted bv the Assembly, or bv failure to use the money granted
for a specific object, by transferring it, to increase beyond all
a entertained by the Assembly, the expenditure for
other, self defense, and a regard for the rights of the As-
i sembly over the public purse, points out the necessity of
: omitting the "transfer" clause from the Appropriation Bill.
When it is observed that an appropriation for the Palace,
! amounting to 15,000, is allowed to run up to C0,lll 31,
j and that the appropriation for I toads and Bridges, amon
outers, is pur unaer contnoution, an must comeue, tiiat a
faithful discharge of the duty confided to your Committee,
makes the above remark necessary. Especially is this neces
sity illustrated in an item of 2,137, which we rind paid for a
public ball, charged to the appropriation for " Encourage
ment of Agriculture and Immigration." The Assembly
never contemplated a public ball, and if they did, by no re
finement of reasoning could it be considered a necessity of
" Agriculture and Immigration."
One mode of economizing the public funds is to make the
expenditures for local objects, as far as possible, chargeable
upon the locality where they are to be expended. The Fire
Department of Honolulu requires for the present biennial
period an appropriation of 10,000, and there was expended
for it during the last period 7,375.22. The expenses of this
department for many years past have been charged upon the
general finances of the Kingdom. But whilst its maintenance
in good order and discipline is very necessary for the town of
Honolulu, its benefits are purely local, and in the opinion of
j our Committee its cost should be assessed upon the property
of Honolulu. The assessment books for the district of Kona,
(produce of neoessit
ing iar oevoni what
IUrroveJ by Bond -J of the Government..
And from w.Ies of Ileal Kstate
Making a total of $163,S0O :1
Whi.dj, deducted from the above 1,008,191 85, would leave
844,331 64 as the revenue for the lastwo years from the
ordinary aud criVrent receipts of the country. The expenses
have been 919,350 93, thus showing an excess of expendi
ture, over .the ordinary revenue, of 75,025 29.
The cash balance in the Treasury, 31st March, 1874, was
$754.57, whi le the cash balauce, March 31st, 187G, is 89,599.49 ;
which, npoii this statement alone, would show a net gain for
thelast two years of 88,845 12; but the above statement of
excess of expenditures clearly ejows that this large balance
in hand is simply borrowed money, and is in no way an index
of a flourishing condition of our finances.
There has been expended lot improvement of the public
property, according to the Report, the following sums:
For two Fire-proof Warehouses on the Esplanade... $18,915 38
For finishing New Government Buildings 17,625 66
For Wharf and Extension of Market 3,529 14
For Improvements of the present Palace Grounds.... 36,911 31
Making a total of. ,...S76,981 49
III reviewing this statement, your Committee cannot con
cede that the above amount represents improvements which
have added a permanent value to the public property, and
thereby enhanced the worth of said property; on the contrary,
they believe that the larger part of this expenditure has been
such as may properly be called current expense. They are
of opinion, that the item for Warehouses, for Wharf and
i : urKer, anu purchase of buniner JiOt,
Show a value for Ileal Estate of- ...
Aud of Personal Property of.
Maying a total of .. ..$5,583,463
A tax of 1-5 of one per. cent, upon this amount will suffice to
support the Fire Department:
Your Committee have examined very thoroughly the
accounts" of the Iioad Supervisors and the management of
the Ko&d Taxes. The money derived from these taxes is not
paid into the Treasury, but by Section 170 of the Civil Code,
is made" payable to the Road Supervisors by the Governors.
This method does not give a sufficient knowledge of, and
check upon, these taxes, and your Committee are of opinion
t that they should be paid into the Treasury, to be checked for
! and disbursed in the usual way. the Koad taxes lor Ualm
I are very much larger than for any other island, a3 also is the
expenditure upon its roaus. i i our xmraiuee nnu ine ivoau
and Cart Tax for the last two years collected amounts to
10,190. A large part of this sum has been spent upon the
streets and roads of Honolulu, aud also the further sum of
4,172.58 drawn from the appropriation for Roads and
Bridges, as appears from the following items from Road
li Carting rubbish $ 177 00
Waikiki and Nuuanu 677 30 -
On Kaahumanu and Queen streets.
On Waikiki and King's road
On Liliha street
... 525 10
ut .nin.g in all 10 31,044 52, embraces all of the above
expenditure of 7G,981 49, which has been added to the per
manent and remunerative value of the public property.
However much impronent may have been effected on the
1'alace Grounds, no oiife can say that it is remunerative prop
erty; or, that the improvements are of such a nature as are
not likely to re-appear again, in some shape or other, as a
matter of expenditure, with the single exception of the pur
chase of the Sumner 'Lot. To-day, one wooden building
needs renewing or repairs; and to-morrow, another. So also
the expenditure upon new Government Buildings, which has
uecn for plumbing, painting, &c, articles of furniture, fittings,
&e7 may be classed belonging to those repairs, improve
ments and extensions, which are certainly recurring, and to
continue whiclf, the sum of 6,000 is asked for, for the
present biennial period. "While, therefore, the public prop
erty has not been enhanced in value by the large sums
expended upon it, beyond the amount received for sales of
the same, and the excess of current expense has been largely
in excess of ordinary revenue, your Committee cannot speak
with approval of borrowing large sums of money at a high
rate of interest, in advance of the needs of the Treasury, as
shown by the large balance of cash in hand, 89,599 49. It
has the effect, not only of paying considerable sums of public
money unnecessarily for interest, but likewise of rendering1 it
more difficult for private persons who need to borrow to do so.
Your Committee have examined carefully the vouchers aud
amounts of the expenditure for improvements of the present
Palace grounds. The appropriation for this item was 15,000,
the expenditure has been 30,911.31, an excess of 21,911.31,
which has been derived from other appropriations. These
improvements and alterations, are such certaiuly were nof
contemplated by the Assembly, and the executive m making
them, have been obliged to resort to "transfers" much
beyond a reasonable use of this power of changing the appro
priations granted to them in the 5th clause of 'the Appropria
Your Committee do not consider all the money used for
these improvements and changes, as representing real pro
perty. There has been expended upon the wall around the
.-rounds about 12,000, and for the purchase of the Sumner
lot 8,300. The remainder of the 30,911.31, in worj- UpGn
the grounds and in making alterations, ckmges and improve
ments on small wooden structures, wnicli do not rcpre
am permanent value to the community.
We likewise find charged the sum of 1.496.5
.50 for furni-
A total of. $4,172 58
Your Committee are of opinion that there is sufficient
j grouudfor the complaints made from the outer district) that
tneir roaus ana oriages uo not receive a iai snare oi assist
ance. fT he City of Honolulu being the most populous as well
as most wealthy jirt of the country, should keep its own
streets in repair. N
Your Committee? find upon examination of account of
" Encouragement of Agriculture and Immigration," that but
a small part of the appropriation has been used for the
objects contemplated in the grant; while a large balance has
been returned as unused, although the faith of the Govern
ment is pledged, on several contracts, with persons now
abroad engaging immigrants to come .here. Your Committee
recommend that sufficient money be appropriated, to enable
the Government to keep in good faith, its present engage
ments. As regards the future bringing in, of" laborers, your
Committee deem it to be the duty cx the Government, to
place the burden of it, as far as possible upon the employers
of such laborers. The authority given the Board of Immi-
f ration by the statutes is large and is sufficient to enable the
Joard to require from the employers of immigrant labor,
such contributions as will relieve the Treasury of any con
siderable outlay under this head. Your Committee would
say again, in reviewing this appropriation, that the "trans
fers" made fromit for other and quiet alien purposes is
Your Committee in examining the accounts of the Clerk
of the Supreme Court found that the sums paid for costs in
the Court during the two years past, amount to only 4,449.92,
which is not sufficient to pay even the clerks. The report
of the Judiciary Department, we find, recommends that the
Courts shall be made to contribute more towards their own
maintenance, by costs derived from parties having suits
betore them, in view ot the a uove stated receipts, j our
Committee are of opinion, that the statutes of costs should
be revised for the purpose of increasing the receipts of the
Courts, and your Committee will confer with the Judiciary
Committee, with the view of amending the statutes in this
Your Committee fully recognize the necessity of steam
communication between the islands, and they further think
that if it cannot be maintained by private enterprise, it
should be maintained at the public expense. They also are
of opinion, after giving this subject considerable reflection
and after examining the accounts of the Kilauea's inter-island
service, that by loaning for a time, the public credit to
private parties, this service can be organized in such a
manner as to relieve the public purse, in a great measure, of
the expense. They therefore have concluded to report a bill
for the consideration of the Assembly, which they believe
will secure the best of inter-island steam service, without
es, frequently extend-
matters your Committee find that
during the jcit two years? the sums exj ended amount to
110,120.98 or alnjut one-seventh of the wholerevenue of
the kingdom. They have verified the account ot the
Queen's Hospital, and have found the expenditures correct;
and refer the Assembly to the Sanitary Committee for infor
mation regarding the other exjenditures.
Your Committee have also Wked over the vouchers of
the military accouut, and find them correct and in order; and
refer the Assembly to the Military Committee for further
Your Committee recommend the Minister of Finance to
merge the sum of 13,587.5'.. as per Table Cof his tvport,
in the account of Government Realizations.
Your Committee have looked carefully through the acv
counts for the "Support of Prisoners," and find the expen
ditures have been judiciously made, and carefully kept
within the lowest possible limits. As the appropriation of
0000 is manifestly too small, vour Committee recommend
the amount asked for, 9000, be granted. Your Committee
find that the expenditures for Police of Oahu are very large,
and that the estimate for the present period is larger than
for the last. They find that this is probably due to the fact that
the police are doing duty that ought to be done by soldiers,
as for instance : the guard at the prison, which is maintained
at a cost of 0,000 ; a constable guard at the yowdcr maga
zine, and another at Punchbowl Battery.
Your Committee find that there are some balances due
and unpaid, which the Minister Iras seen fit to return into the
Treasury. These balances should be re-appropriated, as no
officer should be compelled to forego his pay for service ren
dered, because he may not have happened to check for the
same on or before the closing day of the fiscal period. The
following are these balances as furnished to vour Committee
by the Minister of Finance;
Salary due to District Judge of liana and Kauio $250
" Clerk of Governor of Maui 150
" Police Judjre of ILilo 125
" " Honolulu 125
H. HACKFELD &CO.
JEW GOODS EX U LI !
The items in the Report of the Minister of Finance under
the head of "Expenditures not Authorized by Law," your
Committee find to have been properly expended in the pub
lic service; the amount is 3,997 04. They will therefore
report a "Bill of Indemnity" to cover the above said expen-J
.. All of which is Respectfully submitted,
J. MOTT SMITH,
EDAV. K. LILIKALANI.
I dissent from the report, for two reasons:
1. Because it supports an appropriation to assist the gov
ernment in an agreement with agents sent to procure Chinese
2. Because it proposes to indemnify the Minister for seve
ral improper expenditures made by him.
G. W. PILIPO.
I dissent from the proposal to indemnify the Minister of
Finance for the sum of 3,997 04.
In other respects I approve of the Report of the Committee.
Legislative Assembly Chamber
June 19th, 1870.
1m lookim? over the estimates for the Tresent biennial
- -j - .
period your Committee find an item of 5,000 for expenses of
"Bureau of Water Works," and- another of 25,000 for
" Water Supply for Honolulu." This item appeared for the
first time in the Appropriation Bill of 1874. The vouchers
show that of this 25,000, the sum of 0,278 30 was expended
for water pipes and material, an amount to be added to the
over-drawn item for Bureau of Water Works, making an
expenditure for that Bureau of 12,272 11, as against 5,000
appropriated, 'while the whole balance for water supply,
18,721 70, has been transferred to other objects. Your
Committee can see no good reasonfor making two appropria
tions for the Water "Works of 'Honolulu, or for making
provisions for contingencies that are not likelv to arise, or
ture, and 750 for a carriage, items which now iippear for the ' that can not be specified,
first timo in a public account. Your Committee may perhaps In this connexion, your Committee would say, that when
lu evcused for adverting to so small an item as ', , of S-'O money is lavishlv provided bv the Assemblv, for repairs and
puui h Miawuiu uecn ik'i in- i.'umvi ti.iu nicy mav say,
it has boon the i ustom hitherto for the paid CoiuWl of the
Government to uraw ueews wimoui cii.ugmguie vJovenimcnt
improvements, these are likely to hecome, considered as nee
essarv. and it becomes almost impossible for Ministers to
:iece-."it the responsibility of refusing repairs or fancied im-
- f x I. .
nents which mav oe pressed upon their attention, lins
To Provide for an Inter-Island Steam Service.
lie U enacted by the JChtff n(fl the J.gilative Aeinbly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the focf inla tare of the JChigJom asxembfed.
Section 1. The Minister of the Interior is hereby author
ized to contract forthwith for the delivery at the port of Ho
nolulu, of a Steamer of not less than six hundred tons bur
then, suitable for the performance of the inter-island steam
service of this kingdom. The said steamer to be delivered
at the said port within one year from the date of the passage
of this Act, aud the said Minister is further authorized to pay
for the said steamer a sum not to exceed one hundred thou
Sec. 2. The Minister of Finance is hereby authorized to
issue Bonds of the Hawaiian Government with coupons at
tached for such amounts as such Minister may deem expe
dient to the aggregate amount of not more than one hundred
thousand dollars ; said bonds shall be payable at the Hawai
ian Treasury at such times within the term of ten years from
the date of the bond, as the Minister of Finauce shall deem
expedient and shall bear interest at not more than ten per
cent, per annum, such interest to be paid semi-annually. The
bonds aforesaid shall be denominated Steamer Bonds, and
the proceeds of all suck bonds shall be subject to the order
of the Minister ot the Interior, and shall be applied by him
to the payment for the steamer authorized to be contracted
for by the preceding Section. ,
Sec. 3. The Minister of the Interior is hereby authorized
at any time after the delivery to him of the said steamer, to
sell the same to any responsible party or parties, for a sum
not less than the cost of the said steamer, always provided
that the purchasers of said steamer shall enter into a contract
with the Minister of the Interior to maintain the inter-island
steam service of this kingdom, for a period not less than six
years in as efficient a manner as such a steamer may be able
to do, making say, three trips each month from Honolulu
around the island of Hawaii, touching at the usual ports, and
returning to Honolulu ; one trip each month from Honolulu
to Kawaihae, touching at the usual ports, and back to Hono
lulu ; and one trip each month from Honolulu round the isl
and of Kauai, touching at the usual ports, and back to Hono
lulu. And further the parties contracting as aforesaid shall
piNK PADS, CHOCOLATE AM) WHITE
GROUND Pill NTS, MUSLIN'S,
Horrocka Long Cloth,
ami II 36 iu.
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any ultimate expenditure for" a new steamer, to the Public I carry the public mails in such steamer, and deliver the same,
Treasury. with care and despatch, without charge to the Government,
V inTciident ot
extra therefor. 'Among the vouchers appears one f.,r 1,420, provements which may be pressed upon their attention. Thh
for cash paid to Mr. L'shmau, who ha been acting mr- remark is applicable to the demand made for -repairs o
public buildings, winch ior the last oienmai period exceeueu
the appropriation of S,000 by 2.454 21, and is placed in
the present Budget at 15,000, beside 0.000 tor this building
impropriation- lor the seerai pu one works on which he-has
been engaged. The reason for this practice, proUblv.Hias
hcen the omission or refusal of the Assemblv to make an
appropriation for a superintendent of I ublic Your
Committee are ot opinion mar. it wouiu oe better to 1
payments made oy tue uoverumeui m me nature
L'unne u oi-Ks. 11 nas .een the practice for
.some vears pat to employ a person 111 i;ke nmln,cr Mr.
i.Lishmau has been employed, ami to pay l,jm ut ()f tie
im?)roi. nation- lor me several puonc- works on
appear uimci men .tfwj.ii.n u me Appropriation
Bill. - The bills for material in this account appear to vour
Committee to have items at higher prices than ought to have
been paid, considering the extent of the purchases. Thev
urc "credibly mlormed that on one uem alone some 400
miirht have'Jjeen saved, lour committee believe that all
suindics aud materials could be ootameu at
competition from the sellers buuuw ue. invited th
.advertising the wants of the uovernmeut.
Your Committee have been struck with the unusual
number of " transfers," and with the extent of them. It has
!0n flip, eustom of the Assembly, from the foundat; nf the
Government, to add to the Appropriation Bill a clause grant-
' - '-TMV;vfrl j. 7rf,JiSPJ-insas2aX' "inform' -'mTiyi Tun iy- ,
except as in the next succeedinir Section provided. And the
said contractors shall give a bond with sufficient sureties and
penalties conditioned for the full andeflicient performance of
such contract. Srh bond to be to the Minister of the Inte
rior, and the sureties and penalties to be to the satisfaction
of the said Minister. .And the said Minister of Interior may
make such other arrangements and contracts with regard to
trips, as well as such arrangements regarding terms and re
strictions not set forth in this Act, as may appear to said
Minister expedient and for the public interest.
Sec. 4. The Minister of the Interior, in case he shall sell
the steamer, which he is authorized by the preceding Section,
to purchase or contract for, and shall enter into a contract
with the purchasers thereof to perform the inter-island steam
service, and carry the public mails, is hereby authorized to
pay to the parties with whom he may contract as albreaid,
in 'consideration for such service, a sum of money not exceed
ing one thousand dollars for each and every month of uch
service; such payments shall be made by the warrant of the
Minister of the Interior on the Public Treasury, and the
Minister of Finance is hereby authorized and required to pay
such warrants out of any money in the Treasury not other
wise specifically appropriated: ami as a further con-ideration
aid service, the tree use ot water
shall be accorded such contract
ors, and also all the rights, privileges awl immunities now
secured to foreign steam lines by an Act approved the 1-t
day of August, A. 1). 1874, entitled "An Act to Encourage
Steam Navigation with Foreign Countries."
Sec. 5. If at any time within one year previous to the
expiration of the contract authorized by the third Section of
this Act, the Minister of the Interior .shall deem it expedient
and for the public interest, to extend the safd contract, he is
hereby authorized so to do, provided the said extension shall
not exceed four years from and after the expiration of the
first contract; and upon making such extension the said Min
ister of 'Interior is hereby authorized to make such modifica-
000 for jjions in the terms ot such contract as lie may deem tor the
unneces-tf"- abhc interest.
sarv aud excessive. The total receipts from wharfage for tliev Sec. G. The Minister of the Interior is hereby directed,
lnt reriod was S1G,838 94, the lanrer part of which was con- fiu case he shall make
siimed iu repairs. Your Committee do not desi
in which we are assembled
Your Committee would press upon the attention? of the
Assemblv that with so lavish appropriations, the Ministers
will be 'impelled to make repairs and alterations, which
private persons would not make upon their own property,
i and it opens them to solicitation from every quarter by those
; seekin,, profitable employment. Your Committee cannot
; see anv irood reason for any considerable appropriation for
repairs or improvements on this building, nor for the appro-
priation of 5,000 for dredging Honolulu Harbor, which by
the Ministerial Report is confessedly unnecessary. So also
: . 1 1: ".1 ; xi
in View OI me e-x.peuo.iimu upon me. iiitots uuniig ine
lower rates if j last two years of 11,015 13, an appropriation of 10,'
ited through j the present period does appear to your Committee 11
for the perloriiiauee of the
from the Government Pipe.-
Turkey Red, Hrown Cotton itul Drill,
blue Cotton Drill, Ticking. Uickorj Stripe,
Cotton Sbcoting, 72, 80, W, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
lUaek and Colored Merinoo,
Black Cobourgs and Italian Cloth,
Harege, in all color; Linco, Bedford Cord,
Twilled Cambric and Silctias,
Black Laetingg, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black and
torown, assorted numbers,
White & Brown Cotton Turkish TowcU, He,
SILK FO CLAUDS,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
Table Cloth?, Men' Socks,
Ladit-g' Stockings, tuwortcd;
White and Brown Cotton I'nderohirt, and
Waterproof aud Flannel Shirtf,
Woolen Shawls, .
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jacket,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sac and Pants,
An Assortment of FINE SUITS,
scarlet, green, blue and white;
White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets,
Light and Ileary Burlaps,
Wool pack, Sail Twine,
Ruga and Carpets,
Rubber Gooda Garters, Suspenders, Girdles,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurs,.
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dutter,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Genuino Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such aa Ear Rings, Brooches, ic,
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Dressing Cotnbfc, Needles,
Pocket Knives, Scinsors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs, Gal. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, &c. &c.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
White Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue. Ilubluck's Paint Oil.
Jobanninberger, liiebfraucnmilcb, Clirel,
Champagne, HeiJuieck'e, kc.
Sparkling Hock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St. Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Darariaa Beer, qs & pts
Cognac Brandy, Gin, &c, Alcohol in Demijohn.
CIGARS HAVANA A NO G Kit MAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Iiitrcts,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, 4 in. in. 1 in. 1-1 iu.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, g, , J 1.
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and 0.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Hope, white;
Corks, Moulding, Looking Glasses & Cbrotnos,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, GsruLier and Cutch,
Demijohns, , 1, 3 and 5 galls., Mirkct Basket,
Birch Broonu, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Cai-k, &c. kc.
Sile made to urrivr. Order from the other itlnwlt
tjreciil'd on tirrivil.
SAMPLES SOW OPK.V FOR I NM'KCTION.
HAS JUST REcSfixir-
or 3 NEW LOT
PICTURE PR a - .
PASSE FMTOITS, 5Eff STIu
AND tKHY raiTTY.
HAW'N FERNS, BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED
Ah Kr-J'tnt AlTlHi'M i ff
Shells and . Coral, Whito and Red.
ALSO. 14THIK molCT. O' TOOM
Choice Manila Cigare!
Or WHICH PMOKKKS ARR Wl roup. v
PAtlKI C? V O M MKRCIiL
BOOK AND JOB
No. 10 Mrrekaal Mrecl,
It AclficlntyI to Pokh tke lUmt Atmort-
wmt of Jlttok and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the tottutwlch Imlunda,
Well Adapted to the Superior Fristing
POSTERS OP ANY SIZE!
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PLAIN Oil FANCY COLORS.
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Cone, rt llllli, DUnh Nm,
NoUre,, . Kills L41oc,
School KeptTU. Prlopa Cnmnt
Concert Tlrk'l,, Fwtlvkl Tkkrts,
U manikin Tli.-tHs,
THE OLD G JRNER
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
suraetl iu re jairs. 1 our Committee do not desire to discuss
the items of the estimates as contained in the Budget, and
therefore dismiss this branch of their Report, by remarking
case he snail maKe a saie 01 tne steamer, oy tnis jxci
authorized, to return the proceeds of said tale immediate
into the public treasury ; and the Minister of Finance is
I hereby required to apply the said proceeds to the payment
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ANY KIND OF WORK IN THEIR LINE.
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Light .nd Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOOACCO.
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO 1
AqJ a Lr(e AiortmeDt of -
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Poaches, Pipe Btemi,
Amber n4 Uorn Mouth Pieces,
. Pipe Button,, Cigarctu Psfcr, etc., etc.
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Will bo Satisfactorily Executed.
With ample Materials of Newest Stylet,
PAST rtteSHKM, AND OOOU UORKUCS,
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