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MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1885.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pntl RAN VKANCISCO.
Aluincdii Leaves IIiini)liilu. May 1
Mariposa Lea vis Honolulu, May 15
PACIFIC MAIL 3. S. CO.
run AVCi:i.::n asd sinxnv
Stmr City of Sydney Apr I) 18
V015 BAN l'HANCIPCO.
Slmr Zcnhiudln Mny 10
S S Cltv of Sydney from S V
Slmr W 0 llnll from Windward ports
Stinr Planter from Kauai
Schr Nettle Merrill from Lnlmlun
Sclir llaleakala from Pcpeekco
SchrMalolo from llllo
Schr Llhollho from Walmea
Schr Catei'lnn from llauidcl
Schr Wnioll from Mallko
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Sclir Luka from Kohnlalelo
Schr Waimalu from Patiknn
S S City of Sydney for Australia
Stinr Likelikc for Kahulul
Sclir Wallelo for Mallko
Schr 'Waimalu for Houoinu
Schr Manafor llllo
Schr Le.ihl for Koliolalcle
Stnir Klunu for 'Windward ports
Slmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Sohr llaleakala for Pepeekeo
SchrMalolo for Kalwllahilahi
SchrCaterlna for Haualcl
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Leahi lor Kukuiau
Schr Rob Kov for Hanalci
Schr Eliukuf for Walalua
Schr Waioll for Maliko
Schr Llhollho for llounhina
Schr Walmnln for Kaiwllahllnhl
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Ship Imperator, lloix
Brig Allic Howe, Holland
From SF per S S City of Sydney April
10 Mis-s M Richardson and 70 steerage.
From Kauai per stmr Planter April
10 Rev A O Forbes, Rov Smith. F J
Chapman. Father Lconore, Alex Young
Miss Akana & 70 deck.
From Wind ports per stnir W G Hall
April 10 Rev Bishop Willis & wife, II
B Simeon, Rev G B Simeon, G A Jack
son, E Smith. John Ezra.'Capt T Smith
Mrs Smith. Mrs Tallant, F Smith, Mrs
Lane and 51 deck.
From Honolulu for Australia per S S
City of Sydney Apiil 10 L F E Ittman.
II O Coxc, J B Diiueoiubc and son, F
Cowan, and Morcoltcs.
ThcS S City of Sydney discharged
pilot San Francisco, April 12, at 3 :45
r si, reached Honolulu April 10, at
7 :05 r M. First four days, light baffling
nirs and flno weather, thence to port,
strong SW to W winds and lough sea.
April 10 passed stinr Australia, 17th
passed stmr Maiiposa, 18th passed a
Stmr W G Hall brought 3,573 bags of
sugar, 203 bags of awa, 10S hides, 21
bags of coffee and 30 head of cattle. She
?ails on Wednesday next.
Stmr Planter brought 5,000 bags of
Migar, 10 bags of ilsh, 30 hides and 250
iheep. She sails to-morrow.
Sclir Nettie Moirill brought 1,G000
bags of sugar.
Schr llaleakala brought 1.G00 bags of
sugar, the Malolo 2,100. the Caterimi
G0l!, the Watoli 500, the Luka 1SS2 and
the Waimalu 1 ISO.
The S S City of Sydney brought 70
Chinese passengers & 23 bags of mail for
this port last night.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IsG03iA.il to-night at Music Hall.
A NUJinnit of lepions Chinamen
have been unearthed in Portland,
A young man competent as a
bookkeeper, salesman or clerk ad
vertises for employment.
Bisnor Willis will administer the
rite of confirmation in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Whit Sunday, May 21st.
Have your music bound in a good
substantial manner,int A. II. Rasc
rnann's Book-bindery, Gazette Block.
Mu. II. P. Wood, of Kohala, still
remains in about the same condition,
no improvement for the better.
The City of Sydney brings news
of a slight decline in the price of
sugar. Manila is now quoted at
The value of produce exports
from San Francisco to these Islands
for the month of March amounted to
Do not forget the Central Paik
skating rink and roller coaster this
evening. On Wednesday evening
there will bo a tlirco and a live mile
Tin: O. and O. S. S. Oceanic
arrived in San Francisco April Cth
from Hongkong with 318 Chinese on
board, 70 of which are for this port.
They arrived by the City of Sydney
Tin: Right Rev. Dr. Wordsworth,
Bishop of Lincoln, England, is dead.
He was the second son of the emi
nent "Master of Tiinity" of the
same name, and nephew of the still
more eminent poet.
The YoeeniUo skntlng rink -will lie
open tliis evening ns usual.
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Tut. base ball season will soon bo
opened in Honolulu.
"Ingomak tie Barbarian" nt Music
Hall this evening.
To-day's issue of the Bulletin is
. A 3IEETIXG of Hnraony Lodgo will
bo held this evening nt 7 :80 o'clock.
The Y. M. C.
cIhsscs meet this
and 7: no.
evening nt 0:30
Tnutti: was not a very largo Post
ofllco mail received by tbo City of
Tin: O. S. S. Alameda is due on
Wednesday morning with tluee days
Ik you want to sec a splendid dis
play of millinery and other goods,
step into Snch's popular store, No.
104 Fort street.
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of childron
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Tiik Honolulu Rifles met at their
Armory Saturday evening and had a
good drill. The company has been
invited to take part in the exercises
set down for Decoration Day.
Tunitu is a fine display of clothing
and gent's ftinishing good3 at the
Temple of Fashion's corner store.
The millinery department is also very
replete with new goods.
Mns. Nihoa Kipi, widow of the
late Governor Kipi, died at Hiio last
Wednesdny, at a very advanced age.
She was in receipt of a pension from
Conxiccs and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Bros.' Art Store.
This evening nt 7 o'clock an enter
tainment consisting of magic lantern
scenes, readings, music and Punch
and Judy, will be given in the
Lyceum by the Myrtle Boat Club
Three young "gentlemen" went
out to dinner Saturday evening and
took too much wine. In that condi
tion they went to the Music Hall and
acted in a very noisy manner, much
to the annoyance of a portion of the
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived at 7 o'clock last evening, 7
days 5 hours from San Francisco.
After discharging mails and taking
a few passengers she left again
shortly after eleven o'clock for the
Colonies. Her through cargo was
valued at 70,850.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
society will hold an entertainment
and sociable on board the Morning
Star next Thursday evening. The
object is to raise funds for the Mort
lock Mission, for which the society
has pledged a support.
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Louo Cairns, late Lord Chancellor,
died at Bournemouth, England,
April 2d. He was the father of Lord
Garmoyle, who was sued for breach
of promise of marriage by Miss
Fortescue the actress, who obtained
The Supreme Court opened at 10
o'clock this morning. A foreign
jury was sworn in and the case
of Barnes vs. Makee assumpsit,
pioceeded with A. S. Hartwell for
plaintiff Edw. Preston for defendant.
It is still on trial as we go to press.
An Hong Bros., doing business in
N. Kohala, were adjudged bankrupts
before Chief Justice J mid this morn
ing. All patties having chums
against them, must prove them on
Fiiday, May 1st, at 10 o'clock. An
assignee or assignees will bo elected
at the same time.
A young native woman named
Akahi was thrown from her horse on
Ntiunnu street last Saturday evening,
and several bones of her left leg,
between the ankle and knee, were
broken. She was mounting her horse
near tho whirligig when it bolted
before he had faiily got into the
saddle. A doctor attended to her
Vesteuday morning shortly after
nine o'clock, Mr. J. K. Wilder wa9
(hiving down Nuuanu Valley, when,
opposite the Walci house residence,
lie turned round to say good morning
to some friends, and at the samo
lime the nxlo of the buggy broke.
Fortunately tho horse did not get
scared, and Mr. Robt. Grieve, who
was close by, caught the bridle,
while Mr. Wilder got out of tho
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Messhsj. J. M. Oat & Co.'s numer
ous newspaper subscribers were very
much surprised and at the same
timo pleased to find the City of
Sydney had brought packages of
papers which heretofore could only
be received by the Oceanic Co.'b
steamers, Mr. Oat has been In com
munication .some time with tho Com
pany, and though tho kindness of
Col. Sprockets and Mr. W. G. Irwin, (
arrangements have been matlo whet c
by tho papers, magazines and
periodicals will como by nil 6tcamers
of tho O. S. S. Co. and V. M. S. S.
Launck. Thl shoo, with a hola in It is
And this my father; avengtaoca on It.
There 'tis: now,
Sir, this staff is my sister, for, look you,
she Is as white os a Illy
And ns small as a wand: thlshat Is now
I am tho dogj no, the dog Is himself,
and I am tho dog.
Oht the dog Is me, ami I am mysolf j ay,
Tho two Gentlemen of Verona.
Ask for the new styles of Stetson's
Soft or Stiff Hats.
DEATH OF MR. THOMAS A. CUMMINS.
This old resident died yesterday
morning at 12 :80 o'clock midnight,
at his residence, Waimanalo, on this
island. lie had been confined to tho
house for some time past, and his
death was not unexpected. Tho de
ceased was born in England, January
12th, 1802, consequently was 83
years of age. In 18 14. he left for
America and settled in Koxbury,
Mas3. Fifteen years later he landed
on these islands and went into busi
ness in Honolulu as a ship chandler,
and in 1839 he added to it general
merchandise. Mr. Cummins retired
from business in the year 1819.
The same year he started a cattle
ranch at Waimanalo, and in 1878, in
company with Messrs. A. J. Ciut
wright and F. S. Pratt, started the
Waimanalo sugar plantation. He
leaves two sons to mourn his loss,
Hon. John A. and Mr. Thomas
Cummins. The funeral took place
yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from his late residence. The Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, of St. Andrews
Cathedral, who had been sent for
early in tho morning, read the
beautiful and impressive Episcopal
service at the house and also at the
grave. The remains were placed in
a grave close to the house. A large
number of people were present at the
last lites, amongst them being, from
Honolulu, Messrs. A. J. Cartwright,
Martin, Noble, Miles, Herbert and
The Music Hall was well filled
Saturday afternoon with parents and
children at the matinee performance
of "Fanchon the Cricket." Mrs.
Heath as Fanchon carried off honors
and the May-pole dance delighted
grown folks as well as the little
people. A splendid audience greet
ed the company in the evening when
they presented the thrilling play of
the "Streets of New York." It was
a play that took at once with the
audience and commanded the strict
est attention. The acting through
out was altogether praiseworthy,
the efforts of the different members
of the company meeting with en
thusiastic applause from the largo
audience. Miss Heath as Mrs.
Puffy played her part with much
skill and naturalness. Miss Ing
ham's Alida and Miss Young's Lucy
had many commendable points. Mr.
Stetson as Badger exceeded our ex
pectations a large way, and we were
not prepared for so fine a persona
tion of the character as ho gave.
His success wus complete. Gideon
Bloodgood the Banker, by Mr.
Rntledgc, was admirably acted, and
he came in for a good share of ap
plause at various points. Mr. Mor
rison as Mark and Mr. Malcolm as
Paul did exceedingly well. Probab
ly the most enjoyable character of
the evening was Jonas Puffy played
by that old favorite, Mr. Willie
Simms. First of all we should men
tion him in the first act, taking the
character of an old sea captain in
which he showed fine qualities as a
tragic as well as comic actor. As
Puffy, he created roars of laughter,
his make-up being well nigh per
fection. The piece was well mounted,
and the fire scene in the fifth act
was all that could be desired, being
very realistic. To-night this talent
ed company appears in the classic
play of "Ingoinar the Barbarian."
TRAMPS IN THE TROPICS.
Howard Presbyterian Church on
Mission street was filled last evening
to the doors by an appreciative audi
ence to hear a lecture by Rev. Ro
bert Mackenzie on his recent tour
to the Hawaiian Islands. The pulpit
stand was elegantly decorated witli
flowers and the words "Welcome
Homo," in large white floral letters,
hung from the choir over tho pulpit.
Rev. Drs. Beckwith, Burroughs,
Shearer, Noble, Eastman, Burgess
and other clergymen occupied seats
on the platform. Rev. Dr. Gibson
introduced tho lecturer, who gave a
very graphic account of the vol
canoes, scenery and beauties of the
Hawaiian Islands. In describing the
natives and (heir living habits, ho
stated that at a "luaw" he had eaten
raw fish, which be now much pre
ferred to cooked fish, aud that he,
and also several ladies, natives and
now resident in tho city, had eateu
and much enjoyed live shrimps,
shells and all, He also saw several
of the natives who were fully seven
feet tall and would rroigh 400.
pounds, all perfectly symmciiical in
their proportions. At tho "luaw"
lie saw the little "hula hula" danced
by two natlvo chiefs, and called it a
grand epic poem. He praised tho I
excellent behavior and kindly nature i
of the natives, describing them as t
too kind to 1 ivo with Americans.
The surf bathing, singing, flower
garland wearing, and other amuse-
meuts popular in tho Islands, were
also fully depicted. Tho lecturo
closed with a glowing description of
tho beauties of tho lao Valley, which
tho lecturer considered far superior
to tho Yoscmitc. San Fmncinco
Before Police Justice Bickertou.
J. Hayescn was lined 85 and Si
costs for getting drunk. Kealio
kuewn, for assault and battery on
Fred Johnson, was sent to Capt.
Tripp's stone mansion for live days.
Manuel Fia, charged with assault
and battery on l'almet, was dis
charged after the hearing of evi
dence. Keola, an insano person,
was committed to the Insane Asy
lum. Chas. Ah Kau stated he had
known the man two years, he had
been in the Asylum but his brother
took him .out. Since then he had
got worse, and gets weapons, and
they have had his feet in irons a
Before Police Justice Bickertou.
Five men of different nationalities
were arrested for drunkenness, and
each had to leave $6. Ah Wing
and Ah Mau, two Chinamen, don't
like to ride horseback without the'
can go at a breakneck pace. They
tried it on last Saturdaj', but fell
into the hands of the officers of the
law, who are on the streets to look
after the public safety. They both
had to pay SI 0. Nahnina, for vio
lating Express rule No. 6, was re
primanded and discharged. Bola
bola, for disorderly conduct, was
remanded until the 21st. Frank
Davis was fined S9 and costs, 51.20,
for assault and battery on Yec Yin.
Editor Bulletin: The letter of
"Commerce" in your Satuulay's
issue is, in my opinion, sound aud
sensible. I cannot conceive that
any commonseuse man, having trade
relations with Chinese, should object
to his line of argument. Of course,
every community contains a percent
age of unpractical Vaux Hall philan
thropists whose largeness of heart
prompts them to cry out against
every measure which their weakness
of head leads them to believe is
unequal or oppressive. Does any
man expect Honolulu to furnish an
exception? Indeed, the proverbial
generosity and benevolence of this
community give grounds for expect
ing a larger proportion here than
the average elsewhere. But we are
usually a little-surprised when prac
tical, matter-of-fact, dollars and
cents business men allow their hearts
to get the better of their heads. I
know that I, for one, could not
understand wh- the business portion
of this community opposed the at
tempt to compel Chinese traders to
keep their accounts in a language
that can be understood in our law
courts and counting houses. I was
given to believe at the time that the
petition against the measure was
signed by nearly every merchant and
trader in the city. I thought then
as I think now, that they were
sharpening a razor to cut their own
throats. Judging from the letter of
"Comnicrce," as well as from the
private statements of several busi
ness men, some of those signers are
now beginning to think the same.
Some merchants arc apparently just
discovering the possibility of Chinese
traders practising fraudulent bank
ruptcy without the possibility of
detection. Hold on a bit ; they will
find out more by-and-by. The llrst
fruits only are ripe: the full crop is
coming. The shrewd, money-making
Celestial knows what he is about,
and fully realizes the btrength of his
position. Insolvency with him means
a very few cents in the dollar to his
creditors, and the balance deficiency
securely concraled for his own futuio
iibe. It means this in nine cases out
of ten, and more. To be suro, tho
same thing is sometimes done by
white men when they sec tho way
clear, and has been done mora tliiin
once right here in Honolulu. But
with the Chinaman it is tho rule, the
nlmost invariable rule, and the ex
ceptions are extremely few. I liavo
been fiequcntly told by intelligent
Chinamen here that this country has
never yet furnished one solitary excep
tion. This may be extreme, but
then the Chimtmen ought to know.
They have every chance to do this
kind of thing, because all their
accounts are kept in their own
herioglyphics, and nobody can
decipher them but themselves, The
Attorney-General had an intelligent
comprehension of the situation when
he introduced his bill compelling the
use of English or Hawaiian. I can
not pay the same compliment to
those short-sighted humauitaiians
who raised the hub-bub which pie
vented its becoming law. There is
one thing, however, they cannot
blame the Legislature, nor the Gov
ernment, nor the King. Tho Legis
lature passed (ho bill, and tho King
withhold his signature by request of
the petitioners. If the petitioners
arc now suffering tho consequences
of their act, and beginning to feel
the keen edge of the razor let tho
petitioners reverently give thanks
At Nice, recently, the Duke of
Hamilton purchased all tho tickets
for a perfoimancc of "La Somnnm
buia" in order that he might not be
"annoyed" by the presence of
At morphine parties in Paris tho
custom is for the hostess and her
guests to sit in a circle and, while
listeuing to a concert in a distant
room, apply tho drug to themselves
from jeweled instruments and re
count their sensations to each other.
The 8. F. Dramatic Ciiijf,
Only Production of the Celebrated
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AVltli : X'o-worrui Cuwt.
THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd,
Production of Le.t-r Wallack's Buauti
Rosedale; or, the Rifle Ball.
Doors open at
at S o'clock.
TICICJTSJ, 1, 7Be, & SOo,
Reserved Scats nt Wiseman', Box
nan now open.
SUl'ItE3EE CMUIMT of Hie 11a
waiinn Islands. In the matter of
the U.i-ikiuptcyor All HONG BHOS.
Before Chief Justice J add.
Ah Hong and Ah Lrong, doing busi
ness in Norlh Kohala, island of Hawaii,
under the firm name of All Hong Bros.,
having this day been adjudicated bank
rupt1; on the petition of Messrs. II.
Hnckfeld it Co., it is hereby ordered
that all credilois of said bankrupt come
in and prove their claims bcfoie me, at
my Clinmbcu, in Honolulu, on
Friday, Mny lt, 1885,
at in o'clock n. m,,
And it is further ordeie! that upon
said day the ere ditor do proceed to .hold
the ELECTION of an assignee or as.
signed of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published ihree timis
in the Daily Bui i.etin aud one time
in the Hawaiian Gazette newspapers.
Dated Honolulu, April U0, 1SJ!3.
A. V. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attost: HnxKY Smph,
Deputy Clerk. 1000 3t
AN opportunity to go to work, by a
younji man who is willlnc to
make himself gcncially useful. Is a
competent Book-keeper, sale.-man or
clcik. No objections! to the country,
can give city reference. Knquirc or
address J. E. WISEMAN.
1030 lw General Bin-lnc-s Ag-nt.
By order of M. Green and W. P. Reynolds-,
us-igncos of tho liaukrupt
Estate of Kennedy fc Co., we nre
instiucted to tell at l'ublic
"WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22d,
At 12o'clock noon, at ourSalcaroom,
corner of Queen and Fort Streets,
T3IE STOCK IN 'JKADK !
Book Debts anil Goodwill of said
firm of Kcnnoly A: Co., .aid Stock
bring now at Xo. 10!) Fort Street,
Honolulu; and nt Wniluku, 'tMaui.
The Stock on Fort St.
Will be open for inspection o i
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
April 20 & 21, from 10 a. in., till 2 p. m.
'XUSIOIW OX-' WA.-L.I3 1
Cash in United States Gold Coin. 10 per
cent, of purchase money must bo de.
posited with the Auctioneer nsa
gnuiantee for completion of
purclm.se on tliu full of
UPSEX PBIOE, 85,000.
For further information, apply to
tliu Assignees nt the olllco ol ,41 .
I'hllllps A Co., Honolulu.
LYONS & LEVEY.
000" Ct Auctloi ot.
NOTICE of SALE
Of goods taken upon a distress for
Rent. By direction of Jas. Camp,
bell, I an! dirccteil to sell nt Public
Auction, at my Salesrooms, Queen St.
On THURSDAY, APRIL 23d
At I'.' M. Tliu following described
Goods, Wares t Prlercliandise
1 Case Leaf Tobacco,
1 C'usii Scnips iui;l I'illlugf,
OOO OIGJ-'JK-S !
Being tho same distrained from the
HS eoi'ge Wood,
on Foit Struct, Honolulu, on MnichV'J,
I83i. for nou pnjment of Bent by taid
JAS. CAM Pi EI.L.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Dated Honolulu, April 7, 1683. 080 td
rpWQ nicely furnished Bedrooms In
X good location. Address E. M.
A LITTLE girl from 0 to 12 your old,
to wasli dishes and play with a
child 4 ycara old; to the rlplil ono a
good homo and wages according to th
amount of work she is able to do. Ap
ply Immediately nt this office. 093 Iw
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HEltEBY
JL gives notice that he will not be
responsible for any debts contracted In
Ills name without his wilttcn order.
Honolulu, April 15, 1835, 01)0 lm
COTTAGE, ot six room?, with out.
bnlldlncs. and lnrec yard, at 185
Port Strcot, opposite Gjinna'luin. Ap.
ply on the premises. 007 lw
House, with four
Address P.O. Box
XT1CELY Furnished Rooms, well veil.
1 lllatcd, nt No. 110 King Street,
opposite tho rcMdcncc of C. T. Gulick.
BY a JAPANESE, a situation, will
ing to make himself useful. Ap
ply to GEORGE TAKO, GO, Beretanfa
Street. 997 lw
DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will bo pild to the Stock-
holders of E. O. Hall & Son (Limited),
t their ofllco on Monday, April 20th.
098 4t L. C. ABLES, Sccntary.
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
aiu respectfully lequested to call at the
Olllco of the undeislgncd, between the
bonis of fl and 12 a. m., Horn Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 18S5, nt
President Oahu Cemetery As,'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 18S. 997 td
CITY SHOEING PARLOR.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
JL inform his numerous friends and
customers, that on the return of the
Mariposa he will re-open his shoeing
shop on King street.
C. T. UOYT.
Honolulu, April 10, 18f3. OUUlw
A GOOD CHANGE
MR. T. R. LUCAS will build on hi
Bcrotania Street Lots 3 or 4, very
which he can sell at
Parties desiring a beautiful home in the
suburbs of Honolulu will never got a
belter opportunity of purchasing one.
Plans can be seen at Honolulu Pinning
Mills. 008 lw
HOT 33XJT"STS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to tho great demand for Hot
Cross Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of my enstomcis, hereafter I shall
HOT BBJXS ItKAUV
for my customers
Every Nntnrdny Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Cross Buns. Leave your orders
Has just received per Mariposa somu
more of those nice
Ruta Baga Turnips !
Cala Onions, Potatoes, lt bbls and
Kegfl Family Beef, )I bill Pig Pork,
Kits ami TinsSiIinon Bellies, Gala
Rose Butter In 2 lb Tins.
Sugar Cured Smoked Beef !
Fresh 'and nice, by the pound or
piece. Hams, Bacon, Lard, Flour,
Bian, Wheat, Corn, Ground Barley,
Gcrmea, Small Hominy, Chi'ce,
Kanuck Maple Syrup !
Dried Peaches, Apples, Plums, Figs,
Benneh Tongues, fcchepp's Dcssicnl
oil Cocounut, &c.
ALSO, per Australia,
Now Zenlmul PotutoeH !
TehphonellO. (9D2 2w) King St.
British Benevolent Society.
H'MIE annual meeting of the British
X Benevolent Society will bo held
at the rooms of the British Club, on
THURSDAY, April 23d, (Saint George's
Day), at 7.B0 r. m. Arrangements will
alio bo Hindu for tliu celebration of Her
Mujeity Queen Victoria's Birthday. By
order. JAMES A. KENNLDY,
093 td 8ecmnry,
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