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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu tlnwalliin lslnmls
Drn.v Kaoliang" on the
Bntili of Cnlii'ox'nin., . IT.
And (heir ngonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Son, London
TJie Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tlie Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand! Auckland,
Chrlstchurch. nnd Wclllnirtnn.
The Bank of British Columbia,
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Qcncrnl Banking Business.
I i '!
Hedged to neither 8ect nor Fnrtj,
But oitnbllibed far the benefit of nil,
- SATURDAY. AUGUST 1 1, 188G.
The Legislature was in ti quan
dary yesterday, as to how deposits
in the Postal Savings Bank should
be legally repaid to depositors when
required. The Act establishing the
Savings Bank provides the process,
and it would seem to be only neces
sary to amend the section of the
Appropriation Act, forbidding the
. pivyment of money from the Treas
ury not therein authorized, by in
serting a clause to authorize payment
of the money under the terms of the
Savings Bank Act. This would cer
tainly be better than to make a ran
dom guess at a sum to be inserted
in the Appropriation Bill for cover
ing possible demands of depositors.
Seventy-five thousand dollars were
placed on the Appropriation Bill
yesterday for the Pali road. It is
to be hoped that the money will be
found for carrying out the under
taking. This is a work which we
regard more in the light of a neces
sity than that of a luxury. Money
expended in making a good eairiagc
toad of eas3' grade over or through
the Pali, would be well placed. A
large population and an extensive
district would be greatly benefited.
The Government would derive good
interest on the outlay from increased
taxation, that would naturally follow
increase of value, that would lesult
fiom the load. This is one of those
works of internal improvement, in
the line of development of our ic
bources, which should be considered
as having the first claim on the pub
lic revenue. Money judiciously ex
pended for this and similar purposes
may be legarded as money wisely
invested, as it will piove profitable
to the State in the way of augment
ing its revenue, as well as bettering
the condition of the people ; and for
such objects it is legitimate to bor
row if necessarv.
jEVEXTY-FII'TH DAY ( OXTIXIT.1.
FniUAV, August 13th.
The committee resumed at 1 :."0.
Rep. Richardson moved the report
of the Finance Committee, presented
this morning, recommending $1.'!2.G8
for Ilaalilio, be taken up, which
Noble Kapena moved the item be
inserted under the heading. ".Mis
cellaneous," as follows:
A. W. Ilaalilio. balance ac-
sors'slcoiiiniissioi 811)2 CS
Rep. Richardson moved in amend
ment it be inserted under the Fi
The amendment carried.
Rep. Kalua moved lo insert,
agreeably to report of the Finance
Kealoha, lefund for land !(!.")
The item was passed under the
Minister Gibson moved to insert,
Belief of .Sufferers by the Great
Fire in Honolulu. April 18,
The amount reported expended was
$G,a3(i, hut additional claims had
come in, which he believed were
well-founded, and he therefore
moved an item $500 above the
Rep. Kiiulia moved to insert,
Road over Xiuianii I'all &7fi,000
Rep. Iveau moved to insert,
according to recommendation of
Public Lands Committee,
Jtoad Damage lo Kaiuapaii JbMiO
Rep. Nahinu moved that the re
port of select committee on road
and bridge items he taken up, which
Rep. Richardson moved lo take
up at the same time tho report of
the Finance Committee on road tax
unexpended in each district, which
carried. (The balances were previ- t
Beads 111 Puna DUtl let $2,000
Unexpended balanccl i(j
Roads in Kau g 11,000 00
Unexpended balance , 10,208 00
.Rep. Ilnyst'lden opposed the item,
II II f 1 I I w
i in view of llic large balance ltncx
; Rep. Dickey contended the $3,000 j
should bo passed, as if the roads
wore in the samo state as in Maka-
wno tho whole S 13,000 would not be
' too much. The item would not be
spent if not necessary.
' Rep. ThurMon did not like that
doctrine n bit: it was what they
were contending against all along
on that side. The unexpended
balance wns money that should hae
been paid before, but not having
beed so it was now available.
Noble Jlartin thought the item
ought to be appropriated. The peti
tion from Ran asked for $4,000.
Rep. Wight considered there were
some pet district1 in these inlands.
The roads In Koliala were disgrace
ful, some of them dangerous, and
residents of that district had just
claim1 to a fair shaie of the fresh
taxation. They had a right lo de
mand the unexpended balance s
well, because the law said the road
tax was to be expended in the dis
tricts where collected.
The item passed.
Boail" In South ICoua fli'.OOO 00
Unexpended balance KKl "1
Road inXoitliKona 12.000 00
Unexpended balance 'J, 144 00
Roads in Knwaihae, South
Koliiila 2.000 00
Unexpended balance 1411 48
Bond fioin Kawaihae to Wal-
mea 1.000 00
Hildgc over Wniaka Mieani,
South Koliala ,00 00
Rep. Castle had iound out what
place it was, lince last item passed,
and moved to add an item of SI, 000
for approaches to the bridge.
Rep. Ilayselden moved a i con
sideration of the item, which car
ried. Rep. Castle moved Sl.oOO for the
Rep. Kaunamano said that was
not the big stream in the mountains,
and a Mr. Spencer told him S0O
would be enough, and he would cart
all the lumber.
Rep. Dickey moved S.'iOO, and
Rep. Castle withdrawing lite motion,
the item repassed at $500.
Bonds in Uainakua 8 COM) 00
Unexpended b.ilauee I1.S17 ,"2
Roads In Ninth Koliala 11,000 00
Unexpended balance 11.511 10
Roach in llilo 20,000 00
Unexpended balance .:j4 ('.."
Whaif at llilo -i.OOO 00
Bilduent Ivaiwilahilahl 000
Rep. Dickey objected to such
Heap. Kaiinaniano explained that
this was a reduction from large
amount asked for bridges in that
The item passed.
Landing at Laupahoeline. llilo.. SI .000
Roads in JIana S3.000
Unexpended balance 2.0C0
, Rep. Kaai moved $5,000, saying
the petition was for $10,000. He
was seconded by Rep. Dickey, who
spoke of the great natural (lillicul
ties of road-making in Maui.
l'assecl at S.,UUO.
Whaif and Lauding at Kcaunl L.'OO
Rep. Blown moved 500, as all
that was needed was improvements.
Passed at S500.
Road in Makawno 63,000
Unexpended balance $8.072. 39
Rep. Dickey claimed that the
petition for SI, 000 was not for more
than was needed, and gave particu
lars of the requirements of the Dis
trict. He moved to increase to
I?ep. Kaai endorsed the previous
speaker's statements, and said he
should ask $0,000 if he was the
Passed at S 1,000.
Eo.uls in Walluku
Unexpended balance. . .
Roads in Labaina
Unexpended balance. . .
Whaif at Oiowalu
$ :i,ooo oo
2 .100 0(1
Hep. Biown opposed the item,
saying very few people lived there,
and if the plantation wanted u land
ing let it have it at its own expense.
Rep. Ilaysclden supported the
item. The plantation built the
wharf, but it was now in a had
Rep. Aholo supported the item.
Rep. Dickey opposed it, holding
that there were more important
places in his district left without
wharves. In his district plantations
owned the wharves and made no
objection to the people using them.
Rep. Kalua said it was no use to
discuss where a stingy man came
from. The fact was ho was there,
and it would only be a waste of time
to trace his pedigree.
Minister Gibson said that in many
instances the Government co-operated
with piivato persons for the
public benefit. If this money was
voted, it would be his duty to see
that it was not spent without the
public- interests being protected.
The item passed.
Ilildgoat llonnkobaii $3,000
Re). Thurston objected to the
item, as no midge was needed there.
Rep. Kalua suppoited it, saying
$10,000 bhould be appropriated for
a durable structure. The amount
proposed would not build a bridge
at Hint, place. He moved in amend
ment to insert $250 for a bridge and
Rep. Kaitkaii said tho lion, mem
ber was mistaken as to where it was
proposed to put this bridge. It was
inland, where 83,000 would build a
Rep. Aholo favored tho passage
of the item. There were two post
offices in the district, and tho popu
lation was increasing. He described
the locality, lo show tho need for n
Passed at $3,000.
Roads in Knaiiap.iH 02,500
Rep. Knlun moved to insert,
Preliminary Sun ov of Road from
l.abaiua to Avulluku along
11k; beach $1,000
Rep. Palohau wanted to know
where the great civil engineer of tho
Government wns, that he could not
do a little bit of work like this.
Rep. Ilaysclden moved $1,000,
which was accepted and passed.
Rep. Richardson moved to insert,
Bridge at Walhcc 81,800
Road down the pall at Kalawao,
Rep. Thurston was glad to hail
this item as one that would save
money. A road in this place would
save more than its cost in a year on
freight to the leper settlement. He
repeated the information given him
by Mr. Meyers, superintendent of
the settlement, on the occasion of
the legislative visit.
The item passed.
Bridge at Halawa S800
Rep. Paehaolc moved to insert,
Roads on Molokal $2,500 00
Unexpended balance 2,170 SO
Rep. Ilaysclden moved to insert,
Roads on Lanai 82,000 00
Unexpended balance 10 00
liiiud from Rcfonnatoiy School
lo Insane Asylum S1.000
Rep. Richardson was in favor of
putting in the items for Honolulu in
a lump sum, having them read
separately first. The remainder
were accordingly read, as follows
Roads in Minion Valley Sl.iiOO 00
Widening and straightening
Pauoa road 1 ,500 00
Road Mnuka of Prison lo
Iwilet 1,00 000
Road east side of ICnlihi val
ley :,000 00
Road lroin Kallbl to Moaiialmi 2,000 00
Rep. Kcau moved S15,000 for
roads in Honolulu, being $5,000
moie than sum of above items.
Rep. Drown moved $20,000, and
spoke of the bad state of King
street, the road to Waikiki, and
Rep. Kcau moved the items be
voted on separately, which carried,
and all passed as above.
Rep. Keau moved to insert,
Uxtension of Berctania street to
Rep. Drown moved to insert,
Extension of Bcretnnia street
tliiough Kamoiliili toKaplo
Rep. Kcau moved to insert,
Btidgc over Moanalun stream . . . S2..")00
Rep. Thurston said that was not a
bad stream. A causeway had been
built across it, making an easy pas
sage. The motion was lost.
Roads and Bridges, Ehii s?r,000 00
Unexpended balance 1.850 03
Roads in Waialua 1,000 00
Unexpended balance 430 35
Rep. Amaia moved 81,440. On
being shown that the balance of tax
about made up what he wanted, he
refused to accept it that way. They
might get the balance and they
Passed at $4,000.
Roads and biidges in Koolau-
loa $7,000 00
Unexpended balance 1 ,070 80
Rep. Drown explained the large
ness of the item to be on account of
the sea encroaching on the roads in
some places, necessitating break
waters. The item passed.
Rep. Kaulia moved $8,000.
Rep. Amara moved $0,000.
Passed ;it $0,000.
Roads In Koolaupoko $5,000 00
Unexpended balance 1,820 80
Road from Waioli lo Haena $1,000
jjuuge over J.uinaiini stie.im. . . . o,uuu
Bieakwiitcron Waimea stream. 1,500
Rep. Palohau moved to insert,
Roads hi Ilanalel 81 ,500
Unexpended balance $2,280 70
Rep. Palohau moved to insert,
Roads in Kawalbau 81,500 00
Unexpended balance 020 80
Roads lu Liluie 1,500 00
Unexpended balance 4,347 02
Roads In Koloa 1,500 00
Unexpended balance 3,11)8 00
Rep. Dole moved to insert,
Road from Nawlllwlll to Kalapakl $200
Roads in AValmea $1,500 00
Unexpended balance 1,000 (10
Rep. Ilaysclden moved to insert,
Roads on Nilluu $2,000
Rep. Nahinu moved the com
mittee rise, which carried, and the
lepoit of the committeo was being
read, when the President announced
there was no quorum present and
declared the house adjourned (4 :50)
I till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Satuiiuay, Aug 14th.
The Assembly opened at 10 a. si.,
with pra3'er. Present; Ministers
Gibson, Oreighton and Dare : Nobles
"Walker (President), Clegborn, Ka
pena nnd Mnrtin ; Ifops. Hayselden,
Lilikalnni, Baker, Kauhi, Amara,
Brown, Kauhi, Pahia, Kaunamano,
Nahale, Nahinu, Kckoa, Knlun, Kau
kau, Richardson, Castle, Dickey,
Kaai, Thurston, Pachaolo, Kauai
and Palohau. The minutes of la6t
meeting were read nnd confirmed.
Rep. Kalua, on suspension of the
rules, presented a petition from resi
dents of Kula, Makitwao, Maul, that
the law relating to cstrays and ti es
pass of animals be amended, so that
the penalty shall be 25 cents for
trespass nnd 75 cents for damage.
Noble Cleghorn, on suspension of
the rules, picsented the report of
the committee of the whole on the
Appropriation Bill, which was
Noble Dominis reported that His
Majesty had approved the act to
provide for inquests of fires.
Rep. Richardson reported en
grossed the bill to extend the term
of commissioners of boundaries.
OltDEK OF THE II VV.
Rep. Brown moved the order of
the day, which carried.
Third rea'ding of an act lo extend
the terms of commissioners of
boundaries. The bill passed.
Consideration of the tax bill in
committee of the whole.
Rep. Castle moved in amendment
that the house take up the regular
Minister Dare moved that the
house adjourn till .10 o'clock on
Monday morning, which canicd at
Roman Catholic Catiikhiiai..
High mass at 10 A. m. Vesper at 4 :30
Ktl'MAKAl'UI C'liuitcn. Rev. .1.
Waiainau. pastor. Sundav kcIiooI at
t):0 a. m. Pleaching at 10 :':!() a. m. and
7:3(1 p. m. Young people's meeting
at (i l. M.
Y. M. C. A. Go-pel praNe -enice
at (!:30 P. m.
Kawaiaiiao Chukcii. Rev. 11. H.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Preaching at 'll a. ji.
Bethel Union Conhkeoation.
Rev. E. C. Oggel. pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xuuaiiti avenue, at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
0:45 o'clock. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Chinese liiuiicii. Foit stieet, near
corner Beretanla. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School.
'.) :30 a. m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 P. M. Pleaching 11
a. m. and 7:30 P. si. Bible el.iss in
Chlnese.Y. M. C. A. Hall. 0:30 p. si.
Foiit-stkeet Clinton. Rev. .1. A.
Crurai), pastor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0:45 a. si. Public worMiip at
11 a. si.. Rev. Dr. Hvdc to pi each.
St. Anijiekw'.s Cathedkai First
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
(1:30 a. si.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, at !) :30 a. si. Evensong with cate
chetical address by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at C P. si. All .seat are flee.
Second Congiegation. Rev. Oeoige
Wallace. A. M.. pastor elect. Morn
ing prayer with sermon, 11:15 a. si.;
evening prayer, with .sermon. 7:30 P. m.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. si. in the
Puliation Preparatory School lmildlug.
Seats free at all service.
That very desirable Cottane
on Iviiau stieet, property of
Mr. J. l Smith, and ndioin.
ing the residence of W. B. Castle, Esq.
One of the most biiitnble houses in 'own
for two single gentlemen or small fam
ily. Everything in tip top ordei Am
ple accommodations for two boisesand
carnages, etc. Rent very low to the
light parties. Apply to the Haw'iiion
Carriage Mauuf'g C'o"'s nlHcc. 405 1m
Special Cash Sale.
On TUESDAY, Any. 17th,
ut 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, will be
sold at Public Auction,
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Crockery and Glassware, Groceries
And u general iiRaorlnienl of Merchan
Household Furniture !
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Cheap, in any Quantity.
09 11USTAOK & ItOBEUTSON. flm
ONE nice comfortable Cottago on
Liliba street, uca i School, lent at
$12 per month, hnqiitrc al
Banjo and Guitar.
J3. J. A.ij11',
A Thorough Toucher.
tSJ" For tetnis, apply to
400 1m WEST, DtJW &, CO.
fOTICE isheieby given, that I have
JJN thin day revoked my power ol At
torney lo Apail, dated SiTih day of Du.
camber, 1K80, iceoidtd liber 07, page
22M, in HcgLler Olilcn, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, lBtO. 81 Im
Irs. HeH's School,
124 Beretania Street,
Is Now Open.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNElt OF FORT AND
School Streets, belonging to Mr. M.
Lonlsson. Enquire at the olVlco of
M.S. ORINBAUM & CO.,
85 lm Queen Btrceli.
''pilE undersigned respectfully coll'
X the attention of tho Ladies of
Honolulu to the now nnd superb block
of Goods which hits just como to band
from Europe and tho United States,
compiising the following articles:
A splendid lino of Linen Lawn dress
pattcrni in 12.yard lengths. Those
goods will be found on inspection to hi;
the choicest In Ibis market and at such
prices as will suit iho times.
White dies fabrics hi Plaid and
striped Nimsonk, checked t'ninbrlc,
plain Nainsook white l'lque Victoiln
A choice selection of Plaid Hunting
in evening shades;
black and tolored French Castuneru
in idl the leading shades,
Velvets and Velveteens of nil the
popular shades, Tilmmlng Satin in all
Kicncb dress Irllks in black and
colms, also in evening shades,
Real and imitation Laces in black,
white, cream and eciu,
All nvei Embioldi ries in blue and
plain white, Tucking and Entiling.
Those goods having 1 ecu nought
from sample, arc the most stylish In de
signs of anything in this city, and well
woith the iiibpiction ot the ladles,
Ladies' Lawn MniulUcrcliicts in all
the leading stales, al-o the latest and
newest designs In colors; Ribbons in all
the popular maltcs and shades.
A full line in Ladies' llodcrv in Lisle
Tluead, Balbrian and laney stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Fcmhcis In 'the lead
inc t-hades, an immense stock of Ercuch
Chlldicn's whi o Dresses, Tvire Bon
net, Lace Caps, Hoods, Arc; complete
line of Ludiis and Chlhlicu's Undcr
winr, Ladies aud 1'hildroi's Coi-ois
uii keep constantly on band u full as
8 pnient of l.rtilie', jUN'-u,', in d Cliil
(lien's tiiiuiiRd anil uiitiiiatued II. as,
A well-seleetul Sicck of Ladles',
Misses', nnd Childicn's Hoots, Shoes
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
In all the leading th nlc
"While (iras Cloth in three grades.
, Plain and Embioldcrcd
We would call your special intention
to the above line of Goods.as we beliirto
they are the lichest nnd finest ever Im.
poind to tbi lntukcl.
Gentlemen, we would respectfully call
vour attention to our Furnishing Goods
Department, as it is replete vhli the
latest styles of Neckwear, Suspendeis
and Hosiery. Underwear in Silk, Lilse
tluead merino nnd gauze. A splendid
and belected stock ot working Shirts in
limine and cotton.
We have just received direct from the
mnniif ictory, New Tork, n full and
complete assortment of Gents' While
Shirt Call and see them, as we claim
them to be the best and cheapest Shins
ovei nllercd in ibis inaikct for the price.
A full line of Percale Shirts, Hoys'
Shitts and Underwear. Men's and Boy's
"stiaw and Fi.lt Hals in Black and Drab
Cloth for Men ai,d Boys' wear.
Ladies are iepecfully requested to
call and see the finest and largest assort,
meal of Silk Pongees, Grass Cloth and
Silk Handkerchiefs ever imported at
one time to this maiket.
j We tcndei out sincere thanks to
the public of Honolulu for their liberal
patronage, and hope by slrict nttetition
to biisincbS and honest dealing, to merit
a continuance of the Mime.
ConiT Unit nnd Hotel streets.
GEO. B. PE VCOCK,
Manager. 07 Fr ilm
"117 ANTED, by a Young Man, a
Ti Siuiiitiou as Bookkeeper or any
oilier trustworthy employment; with
lnM rofcicucc. Apply to
103 WJ A. V., this Ofllce.
Any person desirous of pro.
curing n pica ant home ran
doho bv applying to the un
dersigned 'Mils house and lot is situ
ated on Kurt street, next to the Gymnn
hium Buil ling. The grounds arc plant
ed with ninny laie trees and plants.
('. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
Inter-Islanfl S. I Co.,
Tlie JBest XJovite
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttaunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TueMlay, August 21th.
The steamer pastes along the entire
coast of ihu leeward slilo ot Il.iwdl, at.
fording tourlsts"n panorama of charm.
Ing scener,-iilid will stop at Ken lake,
kuii Bay, wlicro sullloient lime Is allow,
ed to? visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Pimahiu
nt fl o'clock on Ihe day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire pnsbiigo in
smooth water. At Piinnluu there Is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will bo conveyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by stago
coach to Half.way lloure, whom horses
and guides will lm in nitcmhiiico to con
vey them to Ihu Yob i.ito.
Tourists will havo two nights and one
whole day nt the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIABKY AHMITAGE,
Agent, nt Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllco of the 1. 1. S.
I N. Co.f Esplanade. 370 Ora
(JJ & CJ Fort Street, opposite Spvcelrols' Bank.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Our immenso Stock, just received by Inst steamer, Includes
nil the latest styles nnd newest novelties in
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Ladles'. Misses' and Children's Underwear, whlnlt we nller til the lowest prices. "
Great Bargains In all kinds of EMBROIDERIES, the laigtst and best
selected Stock In that line.
WE CLAIM that wo carry thelaiirest Stock In STAI'bH DRY GOODS, such as
Calico, Lawns. Blenched and Unbleached Cottons of llic best Urands. Sheeting
In all widths, Table Linen Napkins and many more aiticles too numerous to
mention. All ihe above nrtlcles will be sold at BEDROCK, and special low
prices will be made on nil Goods sold by the piece.
CO'i Pieces of Mosquito Netting, bet quality, at a Rcducul Price.
100 Pieces Victoria Lnwn, a good quality, $t (iO each piece.
GREAT BARGAINS A large line of Linen, Honcjcomb.nnd Turkish Towels
will be told very low.
Now Within Your Reach.
We nro selling our cntlro Stock of Dress Goods, Lnwns, ambries nt Cost Price.
All these Goods must be sold to mnko room for new importations.
You'll Never Get a Better Chance
to liny Ladles', Misses', Children's and Infants' Undciwear.
Ribbons, Ribbons, Ribbons, nt Reduced Prices.
Just received, a large line of Ladies', Gents', Misaef' and
12?" We aio now ready to receive, plense and satisfy critical nud close buyeis,
who know a good thing when they see it.
S. COHN & CO..
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OP
Custom-made Clothing, Gents' Finishing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Ijatest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and 'special request, a small invoice of the ilnesl hand-made,
EVJost Durable Gents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
A Large aud Elegant. Stock of Misses nnd Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Cents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
H. E. MclNTYRE
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Stntcs and Europe
Fiesh Calilornia Troduco by every Steamer. All crdors faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of tho city frcn of charge. Islanil oiders poli
cited. Satisfaction guaianteed. Post Olllce Box 145. Telephone No. Oi. 108 ly
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO.,
1X1 Fort Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kees Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs Gorman Pickle-, kegs .Mixed Pickla?, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Poik, kegs Cnmwt Beef. For
Breakfast--White Oats, Genueaj Breakfast Gun and Slnedcd M'.izo. Also, a
jne lot of Now Zealand nnd Portland Peachblow Potatoes always on Jwud.
The very best of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty for everybody.
PrlccH low and .SntlHl'actiou Ouaruntvcil.
(Formerly with Samuel Notp.
Importer and Dealer in
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURN1BH1NO HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE,
Agent HalPs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tST Store formerly occupied by S. NOT1', opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. -
JS and G5 Fort Street.
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