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BtSlttOl & Co., BACKERS
IIouolulu, Hawaiian Islando
Draw Exchango on tho
Bauk oX OnUforiiiu, . IT.
And their agotita in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONU KONG.
Messrs. K. M. Rothschild it ton,-.,ondon
Tho Commercial liiuik Co., of bydncy,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and "Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Genon 1 Hanking Business.
(.ei'.l 1 y
lw gull) 3iilk:Un.
Pledged to neither t t uor Tarty.
Bat established for the benofit of all.
. TUESDAY. NOV. 0. 188G.
THE SYSTEM IS WRONC.
Our method of committing itisnuc
persons, or persons supposed to be
insane, to the Lunatic Asylum, re
quires amendment. A person is
brought before tho Police Court,
charged with being of unsound
mind, and on the testimony of. one
man is forthwith consigned to the
Asylum. It is easy to see what
abuses this system is capable of or
may lead to. Everybody knows what
wrongs have been committed in the
past in other countries where a simi
lar system obtained, and how
jealously the possible wrongs arc
now being guarded against. No in
sinuation is intended that any abuse
has existed or does exist here. We
have never even heard an intima
tion of the kind. But abuses arc
possible, and easy, under the pre
sent system. The system should
be amended and the possibility re
moved. No man should be adjudg
ed an insane person, and committed
to an asylum as such, merely on the
testimony of one man, whoever that
man may be.
FIRE DISTRESS FUND.
The following documents,
terest to the public, explain
"To Her Royal Highness Liliuo
kalani, President of the Committee
of those who suffered by the fire of
April 18, 188(5.
"Herewith we present to your
Royal Highness the report of the
Treasurer showing receipts and dis
bursements of the fund subscribed
for those who suffered by the lire of
April 18, 18SG, trusting that many
of those who buffered were bene
fitted bj your Committee.
"Your Committee desires to ex
press its grateful appreciation of the
kindness shown by your Koyal High
ness to your countrymen.
John L. Uaulukou,
"V ,S. M. Damon-,
"" J.un:s Ivkau,
W. C. Acm,
"To II. R. II. Liliuokalani, Presi
dent of Fire Relief Fund :
"Enclosed, I have the honor to
hand you statements, of receipts
and disbursements, for the fund
placed with me, for the relief of
sufferers by .the fire of April 18,
"The total collections from all
sources amount to SI, 532.50; and
the disbursements Sl,5l)G.85. These
collections were received from all
the Islands, and from every nation
ality, though the greater portion
was received from Ilawaiians.
"The statement sent herewith will
make clear the objects for which the.
different sums were drawn and any
further information you may require,
will be rendered at once.
"In conclusion, I have to thank
your Highness for the thoughtful
kindness and unremitting patience,
tliat has brought the object of these
collections4to a satisfactory ending.
"S. M. Damon,
J'lKK DISTRISS FUND IN' ACCOUNT WITH
S. 31. DAMON.
188G. May 3: By deposit of "W.
L. Wilcox, subscribers on Molokai,
$105.20; by deposit of Mauaiki,
collector of Waikahalulu, 610.50;
fth, by collections by John Kanui,
J. Keau and II. Kaunaalii, S1.'!!U0;
8th, by collections by Manilla, Hono
lulu, 10.25 ; 10th, by collections by
Mauiki, Honolulu, 271; 11th, by
collections by Mauiki, IIouolulu,
828.50; 15th, by collections by Miss
A. M. Aheona, 8!).!I0; 22nd, by
collections by John Kimo, $1-1.50;
24lh, by collections by Oni, .50;
by collection by E. Kuhili, S80.-15 ;
25th, by collections by John Paa
luhi, $1.50; 28th, by collections by
J. M. Mauliawa, 8J1.50; 31st, by
collections by W. O. Achi, $23.20 ;
Juno 1st,, by collections by Mauiki,
890; 2nd, by collections by r. M.
Kalawaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, 52,50 ;
3rd, by collections by II. 11. II. Li
liuokalani, $110.50; -1th, by collec
tions Sunday School, Kaunakakai,
Molokai, 85 ; 7th, by donation of S.
M. Damon, SI 00 5 9th, by donation
of II. H. II. Liliuokalani, 82G.50;
12th, by donation of II. It. II. Li
liuokalani, S3G; by collections by
Mauaiki, $13; 20th, by collections
by Samuel XT. Pa, $20.25 ; 2Pth, by
collections by Annie LovclL 26.50
July 1st, by collections by Hon. D.
II. Nnhinu, 810; 3rd, Kawaihnc,
per Kinau's freight, 25c, 29.75;
by collections by'flionisin Pa, 813;
7th, by donation of Hui Nihoa,
$83.70; 27lh, by sale of 3 houses
from lly. "Watcrhouse, being dona
tion of Ahahui Poola and Ahahui
Pumuii Loknhi, $225; Balance,
S4.35. Total, $1,53G.85.
May 5th, to bill printing circu
lars, $4.50. Julv 1st, to bill of A'&
JlMcaii J'acuinit, S11.-15; 19th, to
do., $4.-10; 21sl, to bill of the
Daily Bi'u.ktik, 88 ; 31sl, to pur
chase of lumber for "Win. Kalaehao,
No. 2, $30 ; to purchase of lumber
for T. II. Makolu, No. 3, $30 ; to
purchase of lumber for John A.
Akina, No. -I, $30; to carpenter
working, Ivalaau Malia, No. G, $30;
to carpenter working, lvalama, No.
7, 30 ; to carpenter working, L.i
hapa Naluipu, No. 8, $30; to pur
chase of lumber for Kaluna, No. U,
$30; to -purchase of lumber for V.
R. Kelukc, No. 11, $30; to cash
payment to Pakaka, No. 12, S30 ;
to purchase of lumber for S. K.
Kane, No. 12, $30 ; to purchase of
lumber for John Kai, No. 13, $30
to purchase of lumber for Naupu,
No. 14, $30; to purchase of lumber
for Kaaipuaa, No. 15,830; to pur
chase of lumber for lvaikala, No. 1G,
$30 ; to purchase of lumber for J.
He-u, No. 18,830; to purchase of
Galv. Iron for Elizabeth K. Pilipo,
No. 19, $30; to cash payment to
James Awaawa, No. 19, 2nd list,
S30 ; to purchase of stove for II.
Kahaawinui, No. 20, $30 ;Jp cash
payment to W, Kaapa, No, 20, 2nd
list, $30 ; to carpenter working,
liana Pooloa, No. 21, $30; to cash
payment to M. D. Kukeanu, No.
23, 2nd list, $30; to carpenter work
ing, A. Smith, No. 24, $30; to pur
chase of lumber for Louisa Arm
strong, No. 2G, $30 ; to caipcnter
working, Naiwi, No. 2S, $30: to
carpenter working, S. Paniani, No.
29, S30. August 1st, to purchase
of lumber for Palaa, No. 5, 830 ; to
carpenter working, Kalaina, No. 7,
$30 ; to cash payment to Capt. K.
Nacolc, 2nd list, No. 13, $30 ; to
purchase of lumber for Sain, Ivanoe,
No. 17, $30 ; to cash payment to
Honolulu, 2nd list No. 18, $30; to
cash payment to Kanakanui, 2nd
list, No. 21, 30; to cash payment
to Kalialcpaakai, 2nd list, No. 22,
$30 ; to purchase of lumber for Ivc
aloha, No. 22, $80; to purchase of
lumber lor S. M. Kamakau, No. 23,
30 ; to purchase of iron shingle for
Clias. Ainoa, No. 27, 830; to cash
payment to Hale, 2nd list, No. 2,
830 ; to casli payment to Batristo,
2nd list, No. 3, $30 ; to casli pay
ment to Juliki, 2nd list, No. 4, 30;
to cash payment to Kakalina, 2nd
list, No. 5, $30 ; to casli payment to
Joe Kawai, 2nd list, No. G, 830 ; to
cash payment to Beke, 2nd list No.
7, 830 ; to cash payment to Kelii
hopa, 2nd list, No. S, 830; to cash
payment to Kaleiopu, 2nd list, No.
9, S30; to cash payment to Keka
wai, 2nd list, No. 14, 830; to cash
payment to Kanipuni, 2nd list, No.
1G, Si!0 ; 4th, to purchase of lumber,
Poni, 1st listvNo. 25, S-"0 ; (ith, to
payment to Ko Hawaii JJae Ainu,
$1.50; 9th, to carpenter working,
Lulia Kaliac, No, 1, 830; to cash
payment to Likia, 2nd list No. 10,
830; to cash payment toMakukona,
2nd list, No. 15, 30 ; 18th, to pay
ment to Kitokoa newspaper, 82.
September 13, to carpenter working
for Iuhii, 1st list, No. 1, 830; 14th,
to payment to JSlcle, S2. Total,
$1,53G.85. October 8th, to balance
due Treasurer, $4.35.
S. M. Damon,
Honolulu, October 8, 188G.
Muolani Ham:, )
IIoxoi.ui.tJ, Nov. G, 188G. J
Dear Sir: I have the pleasure
to acknowledge the receipt of your
report as treasurer showing receipts
and disbursements of the funds sub
scribed for those who suffered bv
the fire of April 18, 1880.
I beg j'ou and the gentlemen of
the committee to accept my thanks
for the very satisfactory manner you
have performed your duties, and I
feel assured that many of the
sulfercrs were greatly benefitted by
I remain, sincerely yours,
To Hon. S. M. Damon.
THE PORTUGUESE PAPER.
One of the bigjiificunt features
of the Portuguese paper O Luso
Jlamtiiano is that its " corre
spondence " column is weekly grow
ing more extensive and more im
portant in nature, thereby showing
how niucli tho Portuguese tako to
their newspaper and how ready they
are to call to it, as their true assis
tant, to ventilate their wishes and
grievances, and even their petty
ipiarrels. And when it gets known
around that Antonio is going to
answer Josn in the paper, all tho
Portuguese may be seen about
eagerly waiting for tho distributors
to appenr. Last number of O Jjuso,
outsido of a largo contingent of cor
respondence apd well selected news,
both foreign and local, contains a
vigorous denunciation of a growing
tendency, amongst Portuguese in
town, to fall a prey to gambling,
thus showing that tho editor under
stands his duly and will not sluink
from it. Among other facts that
can bo gathered from this excellent
number, two appear prominent:
1st that in Iloholulu alone therp
have been seventeen marriages of
Portuguese in tho last three months ;
2nd that the Canaries aio fast sup
planting Madeira as a winter resort
for European valetudinarians.
The billiard tournament opened
at the Hawaiian Hotel, last night.
Mr. McClcery and Mr. Saylor were
the players. Tho game consisted
of 750 points, the difference between
this figure and 1,000 being tho
amount nllowod by Lon Morris to
the two players "engaged in last
night's contest. Saylor made one
run of 208 points, but the longest
run was by McCleery, who scored
in his last inning 323. The latter
won the contest by 400 points. The
game standing Jit the close, Mc
Cleery 750, Saylor 350. Following
is the score by innings :
McCleery: 0, 0, 9, 1, 0, 8, 3,
81, 11, 0, 37, 3, 4, 72, 0, 0, 4, 1, 2,
8, G, 3, 2, 0, 0, 4, 150, 9,323750.
Saylor: 1, 0, G, 1, 0, 1, 3, 0, 3,
0, 37, 2, 2, G, 0, 0, 208, 0, 2, 3, 0,
19, 11, 30, 1, 1, 1, G 350.
Gi:o. W. DkLonu Post, Ko. 45. )
Dui-aktm't ok Cai.ifohnia, G.A.H.,
Honolulu, Nov I), 1880. )
rpllEKK will linn regular meeting of
X the Poi-l this TUESDAY evening
nl 7 :'-!() p. in. A full attendance is re.
quir-U'd as Iheiu will be important busl.
iils-i. H. 'W.LAI NE,
J. F. Noiu.it, Ociiumtmlcr.
Adjutant. 79 It
AX ENGLISH COACHING Wmi
in or near the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables. A reward of $.rj.00 will lie paid
the person reluming the same 1o E. K.
Durln, Hawaiian Hotel. No questions
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT No. 8 EMMA STREET. En.
quire on tho premise".
79 Iw CApr. B WHITNEY.
EGAI & CO,
The Leading Gents'
ioihins and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
A COTTAGE, within easy distance! of
Post Oiliee- Sny, fix moms.
FuinLliul or unfiiruit4iLd.
W. C PEACOCK.
SHIP'S DAVITS WANTED.
ONE PAIK SHIP'S DAVITS, 4 In.
in diameter, and 14 to 15 feet long.
Apply on hoaid Steam Schooner "Sur.
Honolulu, Nov. -J, 18S'. 70 lv
Australian Parrot Lost!
ANY ONE KETUKNING SAME
to llrs. .1. JI. Cooke, on King St ,
opposite ICuwaiahan Seminary, will
bii suitably rcwaided, Last boen going
toward Punchbowl, Fiiday uf.cuioon.
lied and grten cole in. 77 4t
rjMlE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
X Stockholders of E. O. Hull & 8?ou,
Limited, will bt) lid-j at their olllce,
THUHSDAY, November 11th, at i
ei'clock, p. pi. 1,. C. AULES,
T7 lt Secretary.
At thu llawaihin Hotel Billiard
Tuesday and Thursday,
in which the three Celebrated
Saylor, Morris & McCleery
Will contest for a purse of $200 and
the entire gate receipts.
1,000 Points up, Straight Billiards.
Morns will play 1,000 points to 750
Admission fiO centB. Game will com
mence at 8 o'clock. . 77
5ro as you DPlease!
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 10th
At 8 o'clock.
First Prize -Second
Ht;st two ont of three wins prizes.
All euirles to ho closeel on Satuiday
eveninir, Nowmhcr Hth- Admission 25
tenth, limit in nltemluncc. 70 H
TX71SHES to inform tho ladles of
TT Honolulu that tho intends to
out as Ludiiv Nurse. Is tiiesrouclily
competent. Enquire at No. 121 King
Street. 72 lw
By order of .T. M. OAT, .In , Wo will sell
nt Pub Ic Auction, on occounl
of depatttire, on
"WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10th
At 10 o'clock a. in., at Ills residence,
Cor. l-'ort and Urro'uniii Direct--, Hie e-n.
tlte Household Furnittuo, consisting in
15. W. Jl.T. Center Tabic-?.
Steel Engriiviiiut), Panel Pictures,
1 Largo Center Hug,
Sofa mid Door Hug,
Carpet Fold Ing HockerB,
Drawing Itoom Curtains fc Poles,
1 Square DPiaiio,
(11. Llpp & Soliii, Stultgait, Makers.)
ONE B. W. BEDROOM SET,
Spilng and Hair Mattresses. 1 15. W.
t'licironliirc, 1 Mahoganv Desk, JJ.
W. Ofllce Tahle, Motimlto' Nets,
Wilcox & Glbbs Automatic Sewing Machine),
1 11. W. Maihles Top Side Hoard, It.
W. Extension Table, Crockery and
Glabsware, an iisMirtiueiit of
Including SiS vols "Scienlllic Auieii.
can," Glu.ison's Pictoiial Magazine,
Hound volumes of Dully Hulk-tin,
P. C. Advertiser it Dally Hawaiian,
1 Floor Cloth,
OjNIS COOK WJCOVJE,
Willi Hot Wider Attachment, Kitoli.
en Uteuslls, Hufilgeiiit -r, Meat Snfj.
A Number of Fowls,
Garden Tools, Wheel Banow, etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
70 4t Auctioneers.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
At 10 o'clouk a m , nt thn resilience of
MKS. .MONSAKKAT, Union SlreH,
(on account of departure-) we will tell ut
Public Auction, the- intirc Un eh M
Furniture, comprit-ing in pur!
Upholstered Parlor Suite,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO,
(Ilundall, Carte & Ce , Makers),
H. W. and Koa Centic Tables.
Large Cuntie Hugs,
bofei anil Door Iviigs,
One Larp Oval Mirror
Koa Brackets, Teipoys,
Cm pet Kooke-iB
1 Lilly's Writing Desk Mirror Pi ont,
Pictures, Vases, B. W. Marble Top
BEDROOM SETS !
Feather Pillows, Spring Mattresses,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Black Walnut Wardrobe-,
Curtains and lambrequin",
B. W. Marble Top. Side Board,
Set of Koa Book Shelves,
A Library of Miscellaneous Works,
Extension Dining Table,
An aoiimcnt of
Glass, Crockery and
Tabic Cutlery, Hanging Lamps,
Bed and Table Linen,
Wicker Lounges and Chairs,
A Variety of Ferns
Flower Pots and .stanel.,
1 Hand Cart, 1 Wheel Barrow and
Garden Tool, etc., etc.
E The house will bis onen for In
spection on SATUHDAY, Nov. 13lh
from 'J a. in. till :t p. m
E. P, ADAMS
IHEHEUY GIVE NOTICE THAT
from and after tills date, 1 will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
by mv husband without a wiitten order
fiom me. MRS. BANY GRAHAM.
Lcleo. Nov. 3, 1880. 74 2w
ITIUKNISHED OK UNFURNISHED
. A suite of largo pleasant looms
with a large bath room, at 124 Uorctnnin
Street, one door above Dr. Hydei's.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
NICE COTTAGE on Lililia
tttiuet, iii-iir School. Rent S1B.O0
per month, Enquire! at
78 lw Queen Street.
JOHN II. SOPER reeiuo.-t that all.
oi tiers for the C'liriNimtiNM Pic
torial iianoi'H be hi-ut in before the
departure ej'tlui next mail for the Comt
to avoid dibappoliitiueul. 7 J
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid (XcjsbIvu bweating by
having lcm clipped with the Patent
Lightning Hoibo Clipping Machine,
IIoihcp called f.ir and lettirneil fre-u of
chareo. Ring up Telephone No. 32.
Or apply to MILES & HAVLEY,
ODlin Hawaiian Hotel Blablco.
I HEREBY give notice that from
mid nfter this date, I villjiot
be responsible for any dbbts con
tractoil without tho written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 3m
0! tin AD! D
, I M M IH kflb
- i ftaiiki?'4
I have recotved Instructions from Messrs.
S. COIIN is CO.. to sell on
Tuesday, November 9th, 1836
At 7 p. in., simp at the
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Their Entire Stock of
CLOTHING ! !.
Gouts' Furnishing Goods,
Boots, Shoes and other Goods
Due notice will be given of other Auc
tion Sales nt tho Temple ot 1-Vhlon.
73. fit ,T. LYONS, Auct'r.
SPECIAL CREDIT SAlI
Wednesday, November 10th,
At 10 a. m., nt my Salesrooms, I have
lccelvcd Instructions from one of our
lending wholesale houses, now In pioecs
of llqiiiebiilon, to sell for tliulr account,
on the most liberal tci ins of credit, which
will be made known at linio of talc, a
eiici-nl Assortment of
Co'isUtlng In part of Dry Goods,
Shawls, Cloaks, Clotliinir, Cloths,
Uuckskins anil Tallora' Good, also
a largo loi of
Kinney Bros.' Now York Cigarettes,
And tochieu outconsignmenl several
bales of Soda Wale-r, Beer
o o 33. is: s
with otlior Goods loo numcioiis to
78 St .1. LYONS, Auct'r.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
Haw'n Carnage Manf'g Co., S fin 1(10
E. O. Hull & Son, luiw isBue)'l00 100
Hell Telephone, 33 111
C Brewer & Co., . Ill 100
Wooellawn Dairy, 00 100
Wniluku Sugar Co., fl7 100
Waimanalo, 155 100
Star Mill, U5 fi00
Iteciprocity Sugar Co., 80 10C
Ice Company, , 87 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 103
L. A. THURSTON, Stock llrokei
38 Merchant Street lfil ly
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
btcckholdcis of tiic Parilic Nnvi
gallon Cnmpnnv will be belli at tlieir
offle. corner of Ouecn ncd Nuuanu St-s.,
on THUHSDAY. Nov. 11, 1P80. nt 10
o'clock it. m. G. P. CASTLE, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Nov. , 1680. 70 lw
ryiO THE CltEDITORSOFTHEES
JL t'Ue of James II, Jloyd, a banurupt,
That the nndci'siunctl, Asslgncoof the
Estate of Jamei II. Uoyd, a bnnkiupl,
litis preparatory to his llnnl account and
dividend subniittcd his accounts as tuch
as-ignce, and filed the same bifoie Hon.
E. Preston, Justice of Ihe Supremo Court,
nt his Chambers, to whom he will npp'y
at 10 o'clock, a. m., on THUHSDAY,
Uio 18th day of November Inst., for a
settlement of said accounts and for n
iinul discharge from all 1 lability a? such
as-ignce, and for an order to liniku a
linul dividend. And that any person in.
tcrcstcd may then and there appear and
contrst tho same.
73 W. C. PA RKE, Assignee.
SHOOTING GAME RIHDS OF ALL
kinds lit prohibited on the lands of
Ptiulpilc, In Kalilil,
S. M. DAMON,
Trcas Trustees Est. 13, P. Bishop.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, 180, 73 lw
Sleam Hollers, Piirnarrs and Ranges
Set. Htiolc and Stonowork dono on
Alnpai St., Second door from BereUnia.
P. O. Ilox 457.
Orders from the other Islands puno.
tunlly attended lei. ' 731y
COTTAGE TO LET.
FUHNI8I1ED Oil UNFURNISHED.
ACotlngu oiiLiinalilo and Pllkoi
Streets, Hiinhhed complete for House,
keeping. Uhe of liorso and carriage j
large garden. Apply to
4S tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
CAME TO THE HAWAIIAN STA
bl es, with tuddlo and bridle on,
Tho owner can have iho samo by prov.
ing pioperly and paying expense, 77
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
rJL?lie Leading- JMillinery- JEionse
No. CO Nuuanu fctrcct.
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received per "Claus Spreckels," "Discovery," imd "Alameda," a choice as
sortment of now goods confuting in pan of
Freth Armies, Capo Cod Crauberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tln, Plum Pud.
dine, 1, 2 and 31b tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Diips, lioin-d Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits anil Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table Raisins, Currants, Dates, Nins, Duie't'a Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrhntis, Sou&ed Mackerel, Oisteis, As-orteil Exuacls, CliocoT
Uile, Prime.-, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, unions. Saloon
Bread, Or.iekcrs add Cakes, Sweet and Sour Pickle, Choice Freneh Peas, lliooms,
PilLtili, Sitrin Til.!.., nnn T.-nrni-inn ill l)n.. .....1 .,,n .....1 .. -. I . L
first-chit s goods.
w..hv..w uu..,., j.v..,wv mw..,, ..viuailiu V.I1,
Leave your Orders,
LEWIS & CO.,
111 IToi't Street,
Have juM received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a lino assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & Blackwell'
Gin ds, consisting
.Junius, jvmnuvj 1-iisiu, i-Hic a iiinuie, iiicater l-'aste, l'oltuu Heel, Potted
Tongue, lotted limn and Chicken, Potted Game, Devilled Hr.m, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collated Ox Tongues, Largo tin Bologna Sauingcs. Pbilippo &
Canand's Tinfllcil I'ato Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, do Buipis,, do M ood.
cocks, do 1 1 ver: 1 1 lb tins Carrowav ficeils. Uotili-n Mnnnniitci-K,itipn Mi, oh.
room Unisiip, Jolui Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Cliutney
Toniito ton.-iiv.-, Bottles French Trulilos, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmason cheese, Jordan Almonds. Phillipo fc CanandV Truffled Pate lie fub
uras, xiiis wuoio ihium rarmuge, uo mouse, do lJlieasnis, Tin Biussels Spiouts,
Tin Sagu anil Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
Crosbc & lihiokwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Mnrrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meal, i.lb tin Enclish Arrowroot. 1 llh tin Flllnm nf Snl i.ih
tin Prawn?, Heal Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fresh Cod Hoes, Lib tin Englhh
Spiced Be of, 2-lb Bottle French Plums, J.lb tin Cliump'giic n', 2 oz Bottle
Caput Caperb, 4 oz do, J-lb Bottles
Canand's Petit Puis, 1.1b tin Crosse &
-.r .. . .. .. . -. . . .
ueer. no uoi eel Aiuitou.uo i J anient
wu oi-uii, iiuuiuiuuiiu puuji, ue vyjucKuu ureiin, i.iu tin jwuiiigniawr-y Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Glblet Soup, do Hot Potch fcoup, do Veuetablo Soup, do
Cockle Lekie Soup, do Green I'cas Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup nnd Houilli
do Hcast Fowl, do Carroll., do Parsnips, do Turnips, dei Onion, .lb tin Black
Loicefcteivhiro Mufchrooms. Mb tin 1-ietb 'lvlne. dr. Trisii riw ,in Aimn,in
do Calfbhead and nam, do UouH Mutton, do Roast Ytnl, -Lib 'tliis Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
II, X. JUUllUUD uuuuo.
Kiint Idine Juice, jej.Pint ANorctstershlru Sauce, l'mts do do, V. tins Cocoa
and Milk, do Moore's Cliocolato and Milk, Tins Smith'. Colleeund Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Smnll Bottles Sinilh'h Leu-nee Cnllee, Tins Patent Groits,
Lib tins Symington Pea Flour, if -tins Van Houston's Coreia, 2.1b Villi Scotchi
Oatmeal, if. lb papers Lpp's Hoineopnthic Cocon, 7.1b tins I'.pp's Vnnilli. Choc,
1 lb tins Pearl Sago, do Giound Bice, do Flako Tapioca, elo Cambridge Saiu
sages, Small 'I ins Oxford Sausages, Largo tins do, Cnlimiin English Mustard
iiuil, .-.i.iu iiauniiueb; J-u n iiiih i;fii,oaiinii. :i li iln in einl.-l
in uiuui.-B.uu in Mills, unci! Mm inc.
inucii inoro too numcious to inention,
K this Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper. yt pints Su o.ior Tal.lu Vinegar, Lnning's
Edam Cheese, Bottlej Day & Mattln's Liqttiel Slice Blue king, Tins, do Pnsto
do, l.f.t in Potted Hani nnd Tongue, Jflin Pottiel Tuikoj mid Tongue, Pints
Dunn's Ircncli Sahiel Oil. i.nlnts elo. Crosm & I11ik-Uiw.hu Sninit nil nnl
uuiu ngurus. jresn ice iiouse uooas by Every Steamer,
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMFOUTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by every Packet from tho Fcfctcrn Stales and Europe
Fresh California Prcduce by cmtv Stiamer. All ciders faithfully ullended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of charge. Island otdcrs to'i
cited. Satisfaction guTnte,d. Post Offlco Box HO. Telephone No, 1)2. 108 ly
8th & 9th.
Store for Kent, siiicl Fix
txires for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoic now occupied
by ihe LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture-, Gl.ih" Cases,
etc., tor sale, for lurtlier particulars,
enquire on ine I'lenitM-s.
UIH UUU VIUB 111IVI JUUIlll llbbUI IJILlll OI.
or Ring up 119. s 74tr
P. O. Box 297-
of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
IHackweirs Ox nil
rder, 4 i z do. I'hillipo &
hnup, eio Meick Tur.
Mutton, do sir-ui.,1 rn.i,,,.,.,. i,, nifui,,.,i
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all of which ive e ilei for halo at reason-
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