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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
"Banic l Cnlitt.-n.Miln, t?. IT.
And tliclv a kii I a in
NEW YORK, U0ST0H, MONO KONG. -m
,.rs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commeu-ial Haul; Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of S'duey,
Tho Bank of New '.enlnml: Aucklnud,
Christchureh, and Wellington,
The Hank of Rti''-h Columbia, Vic
toria, 15. O., an ' Portland, Oi.
Tiansact a (5cncr ' nuking Business.
HC'.i I v
Pledged lo neither Sut mr Party.
But cstiUUhcd f.ir tho l.cnefit of nil.
THURSDAY. NOV.' 1 1,1 1880.
A LARGE ASSESSMENT.
The teaehers of lite Hawaiian
.schools in Honolulu, the girls'
school of Pohukninn, and tin- boys'
school of Kehehuuu, haclokltbc
subolars to briii'r in their IiQokttpu
for tlu King's, birthday., A. half
dollar is oxpuclcd-fiom each. This
is quite u largo assessment on the
parents in addition lo the annual
tuition foe of live dollar" now i es
quired by law, which wan abolished
by act of Legiblaluie at the last
session, though still continued in
force through the King's veto o,f
A JUVENILE ARBOR ASSOCIATION.
Among many things mooted heie
or discussed more or less during
the past year or so is the adoption of
what is known in other countries as
arbor day. On that day there is a
general muster of amateur arbori&ts
whose appointment" consist in each
one planting a tree in some locality
destitute of the umbrageous shades
of the forest primeval. Arbor day
has, in fact, become an established
institution in several communities.
In certain colleges, it is recognized
as one of the ceremonies attending
on the graduation of students to
plant a tree on the campus.
, An arbor day might icry well be
established as one of the red letter
days in the Hawaiian year. Our
calendars are not so heavily dotted
with holidays, but that they might
ijear one more without interfering at
all with the business pursuits or
occupations of the people. It has
been suggested that a Juvenile Ar
bor Association be formed, the mem
heiship to consist chielly of pupils
of the public chooU. The day
fixed for arbor day in each year
might be proclaimed a school holi
day. No doubt the young people
would take to the idea, and after- a
lew years, many spots now bare and
r unsightly would be waving with the
line foliage of algaroba, palm anil
other trees adapted to the soil and
Whether the institution of such
an association is practicable or likely
lo be useful, can be best proved by
giving it a fair trial. "If the atteihpt
made to float the scheme' should
fail, no one would be likely to be a
heavy loser .toy. it; niid shouldSit
succeed, it may become; un organiza
tion of very great utility, not only
in Honolulu but also throughout
the islands of -the group. And asr a
number of persons aie desirous of
making, fhg attpmpt, it, only rera:tin&
t iorpwc.of hos,e iiy.cjecdtp give
it a start. "Should aibor day be
come a recognized institution in this
country, besides itsdiiect beneiits,
-thc'enljsting of the ydufijf people of
f ' djffercut nationalities) jnt nfjconlinon
"1 enterprise, will be afcaUife" of no
x insignifjcant-iiQ vantage.
1 , ; 'A RETROCnESSJVEfnp
Among the many I'ovils of our
present system of government which
tho press has often exposcd'is tho
internal mimnnnagemeht of' the ex
ecutive departments, in the matter
of appointing and dismissing subor
dinates. The government has un-
'' iloubtedly taken a long retrogressive
nirji in uiin Ji'juei, J liui u
period in the country's history when
'public 'servants hall the' assurance
of continuance in ollice as Ipng as
they faithfully discharged their
duties. At tho same lime care was
taken to appoint to ollice only such
men as were qualified to fulfil its
requirements. Probably in no one
particular lias thoro been a jnoro
perceptible- tendency to retrograde
of late lhan'in the manifest depart
ure from tho usage of tho past iji
these respects. 0i), cJIk-jcht, and
faithful servants ha,ve been abruptly
dismissed, witjioji ciuisb assigned.
Or they have been asked to resign,
which amounts to tho same thing.
And ineillcient, unqualified, incap
able men are often put in their
places. It is not necessary lo cite
instances. Sevoial will at once
occur to tho mind of every leader
familiar with the history of the past
year or two.
It is hard to conceive of anything
more calculated to weaken a govern
ment, or to secure for it the con
tempt of the people governed, than
the proceedings just now alluded
lo. The subordinate olllcers of Iho
public service aie the most useful
and deserving of the Crown servants.
Their interests, well-being, honor
able treatment, and sulllcient re
muneration for service performed,
are matters which immediately con
cern tho public. So do their capa
city and fitness for the public duties
they have to perform. To remove
them from their positions, without
sulllcient cause, is as great an insult
to the public as to the persons le
moved. To fill those positions with
imbecile and ignorant ligure-heads
is also an insult to the public, which
gentlemen would be careful to
avoid. The public provide the means
to pay tho salaries of the incum
bents of ollice, and some little regard
should be paid lo the public wish in
the appointment and dismissal of
incumbents. The lesponsible heads,
the Cabinet Ministers, may be mere
wooden images, with skulls full of
shavings or sawdust, hung up like
signboards, o intimate that "this is
tlic shop.' "The men who really do
the work of the country are the
subordinates. Hence the importance
of having none but competent sub
ordinates, and then treating them
with pioper consideration.
To be politically independent and
commercially dependent are condi
tions which aie not quite consistent
with each other. Hawaii, though
politically independent, seems, with
respect to commercial standing, to
be piactieally, an appanage of the
United States. It is generally re
ceived as an axiom of our political
economy that without the Treaty
with the United States, this King
dom would suffer a commercial col
lapse. The result is that the inde
pendence which ought to be the
outcome of self-icliancc is wanting
both in theory and fact. As re
gards the ical merits of independ
ence, it is very doubtful if any
nation can afford lo boast very much,
lji these days when "many run to
and fro andknowlcdgeis increased,"
commercial independence consists
rather in tho existence ot demands,
whether natural or artificial, in other
countries for the products of our
agriculture or industries, than
.upon1 our ability to provide for our
selves from our own rcsouices. If
our products are in demand abroad,
and cannot be supplied from other
sources to the same advantage, we
come to a certain stage of independ
ence. Under other conditions, such
for instance as finding a market for
our sugar on the Pacific Coast
through the special faor of politi
cians at Washington, we arc very
far from independence, in any sense
of the term. Various methods have
beeiLSUggested to avert the disas
tioW consequences that would ensue
from a sudden abrogation of the
Treaty. The means by which the
Hawaiian Kingdom is proposed to
be let down easier in the event ol
being dropped by the United States
is to secuie a commercial compact
with Canada. This, under present
circumstances, would be of very
slight advantage to this country, and
whatever may bo in it, inthefutuie,
it is quite premature to set the pro
ject forward, at piesent, to offset
the existing Treaty. Another resort
proposed by which emrcgencies may
toe piovidcd,for is that of diversi
fied industries. This is leally the
only stand, by. It will not only re
duce the losses that must ensue,
should the Treaty be abrogated, to
a minimum, but it will enormously
develop the resources and expand
tho commerce of the country, tieaty
or no treaty. When tho thousands
of acres of practically waste lands
on' the Island of Oahu alone aie
bi ought under cultivation ami the
many industries that must spring
up in tue midst of a large popula
tion are in full blast, there will be
less heaid about blue ruin as a
necessary coiollary of the nbioga
tiou of the comnieicial treaty with
'the United Slates.
THE MODERN WAR OF ROSES.
The red lily was the crest of Flo
rence, 'liQ violet was tho badge of
the Bonapurtists, and now the white
lose,) which was oneo tho flower of
the exiled house of Stuart, is the
uniblem chosen by the Tennessee
Democrats. The Republicans have
retorted by adopting tho led rose,
and the scene at ono of the meetings
where the Taylor brothers speak
reminds one of a benefit night at a
theatre when the star has bought
up all the flowers in the city for un
solicited testimonials and spon
taneous ti Unites. At one of the
meetings fifty-three young ladies,
clad in white and wearing wreaths
of white roses, greeted Bob Taylor,
and there were red robes ami red
loses to delight the eyes of Alf.
The campaign is a war of the roses,
and the lines drnwn are no longer
between the black and the white,
but between the white and the red.
A Republican paitisnn might say
that the Tennessee Democrats weic
in accord with traditions in choos
ing the color of the Bourbons for
their distinguishing badge, and that
the restoration of the paity to power
was like that of the house of Stuart,
who wore the white rose, and was
destined to be of as brief and
tumbled duration. Rut historical
parallels aie often loaded, and aie
not carelessly to be handled.
Whichever is elected in Tennessee,
the other biotber can say, in the
language of Matthew Arnold
slightly altered for the occasion'
StU'W fill llllll UWOs. lOsl'.
And neer a spray of yew ;
In quiet he tcpiue-. H
And m'his him rightly, too.
A REGULAR MKETING OF THE
Honolulu Commandcrv No. 1, K.
T., will be held this (TliUUSDAY)
evening, at :0 o'clock. .(
81 PER ORDER.
A T A MEETING OF THE SHARE
J. holders of tho Pacific Navigation
Co, held in Honolulu Nov 11th, lbSO,
the following olllcers weio elected for
t lie term of one year-
A. P. COOKE... President and Manager
W. I. WILCOX Vice-President
F. TlJHIULL,..Sccretniy and Tie.isurer
O. P. ('.-.sn.il Auditor
W. .MtCANDLi:-"S HI lector
SI lit l- TU1MULL, Sccietary.
A CROSS CHALLENGE.
MK. BKOUSI", of ICnjiinlimi Park,
li.li stnt me a challenge to mutch
Ilenton Hoy against Joe D.ikc, trot mile
hu.il-, three in five, to buggy, for a jiurse
of $2"0. 1 wisli him to put up oi shut
up. JOHN C. CLTJNII",
81 It 0 ner of Joe Dakc.
"AT FJ- J. J. WILLIAMS has some
JLYJL I'lu-h Alliums for icws. People
wishing to end a handsome Cluistmas
pieent home can have icw-j snleelcd
ly themselves, mouiilcl in one (f these
Albums in splendid style. SI 2w
Saturday Evening, Nov. 13th
The Box Plan f r S Uurday eeniug's
enteit linnunt opens at Wiseman's on
Friday Morning at 9 o'clock.
Wsilcjliimilcei- & Jj-volei-
Has ju-t arrived from San Francisco
and his opened a tloie opposite Halt's
Ice Cream Parlors-, wheie he wl 1 attend
to Hie manufacturing of all kinds of
jeeliy. 'Jim Milting of diamonds and
ozonometers a specialty. 80 !il
November 12th & 13th.
Grand I'ntottftinmcnl for the Benefit
Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club,
Friday and Saturday Evening.
The perfoiniance will lie given by
the memberb of the II. Y. and 1J C, as
sisted by an orchestra, of welhknown
musicians and a native churns. V
W. G. ARMSTRONG -
'V. 3IOHSK - - interlocutor
J.F.CKOWN - Musical Director
Priocw of A'liiilNfcion. .
Parquctto and Dress Circle - - $1 00
Baleouy Ciicle- --- 75
Gallery --. no
Tickets for sale at J. E. Wiseman'.1
Box plan open on Wednesday, at 10 a.m.
Dour-i open at 7:!i(). Perloinuinoo he
gins at 8 p. 111. 80 lit
At the Hawaii in Hotel Billiard
rJO JEt TLT It S DO .TT
in which the thiee Celelirated
Saylor, Morris & McCleery
Will conlc'l for a puro of "!200 nnd
the enliiu gate r'ceipts.
1,000 Points up, Straight Billiards.
Morns will play 1,000 points jo 7B0
of liis opponents.
Admission fit) cents. Game will com
mence at t" o'clock, 77
Tlic Tutor-iBlmiri .Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
us Bar Iron. iy
A'i" .Ai Tenors
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
At 10 o'clock n in., at the residence of
MRS. . MONSAUHAT, Union Stint,
foil account oT departure) we will sell at
Public Auction, the eullie llout-ehold
Furniture, cinipri'diig in n i
Upholsiercd Parlor Suite, i
ON12 COTTAGE 1MANO, !
(Rundiill Carle S. Co , Milken),
H. W. and Koa Centre Tables.
Large Centie Rugs,
bofa and Door ltugs,
On Lirp Oval Mirror
Koa 1'inckels, Teapoy,
1 Lady's Willing Des-k Minor Fiont,
1'ioluiLi, Wes, 15. YV. Marble Top
BEDROOM SETS !
Feather l'illo, Spilug Mattiesccs,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Curtains mid Lambrequins,
B, W. Marble Top Side Board,
(Mh ror Fioni),
Sel of Ifoa Hook Shelves,
A Library of Miscellaneous Worke,
Kstension Dining Table,
An assoilinent ot
Glass, Crockery and
Table Cutlciy, Hanging Tiinp-.
Red and Table Liuen,
Wicker Lounges and Chairs,
A Variety of Ferns
Flower Pots and Standi,
1 Hand Calt, 1 Wheel Harrow nirl
Garden Tool.-, cte., ele.
EST The houe will ii ot en lor in
spection on SATURDAY, No . I'.lth
from 0 a. in. till .1 p. m
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
A c tioncrrs.
I 836. I 886.
C2T NOTICE. The siver.il com.
p ones of the Depaitiiient aie hereby
lequested to assemble in the Kpiaie op-lo-ito
the ball (f Meilumic Engine
Company No 2, on the evci ingof
TUESDAY, November 16th,
At 7 o'clock, in lull uiiifnun, with tlieir
seeial np),uatii, loi tlic purpose of
taking p.nt in thoTorehliulit Pioeession
and Pai ado in honor ot His M.ajeij'n
Route of Procession.
The profession will leave tlic Bell
Tower al 7:'i(). going I the Palace
tlirougli Hotel, Aliiuunkcii, King and
Hichntd stieels. On leaving Hie Pabieo
tlic line of inareli w ill lie lluoujih Kith
aid, Berclaniii, Xiiuanu, King, Fort and
Hotel stiects, bnok lo the Bell Tower,
where the comp.iniih will disperse.
A lull atlendaneu is deirul. Per
order. HENltY SMITH,
bO Sccietary II. F. D.
Will bo open every afternoon and een.
ing as follows:
Monday, Tiu-Hcliiy, Weilni'hiliiy and
To the public in general.
For ladies and geiitleinen,
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lcbsoin. in Fancy Skating.
Friday mid Saturday E-ciiiugs,
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
BY HUSBAND AND WIFE, (P). NO
children, employment in a prhale
family, the toimei loi general garden
wmk and eaie of hoi so; mid the latter
for general house woik, washing and
Mwiig a bi'irialty. One or both are
willing to make iheniMhes uenerally
iibcl'uL Addrcbs J. M. VIVAS.
71 'w Kiihuiimiiu St.
Steam Boik'r.i, Furnaces and Ranges
Set. Biick and Sloncuoik done 011
Alapai Bt., Second door from Berelnnia.
P. O. Box 4157.
Oideis from the other Jblunds punc
tually attended to. VJIy
1 r - -- L msithfttnm- -, .if.-rA-rfk-ax, .r fiififfiia-IWfe -
EGA! & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have Just leeeived a few moie
Haw'nOatiiiiKeMai'r'sCo., fi ill) 100
E. O. II-ill & Son, 'nor it-sue) 100 100
Hell Telephone, 'W 10
C. Brewei & Co., 101 100
Woorilnwn Daliy, !)0 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., !)7 100
Wnlmnmilo, 153 100
Star Mill. (a't'-'S 500
Heoipiocity Sugar Co., SO 10C
Ice Company. ($ SI 100
Inler-Island S. N. Co., fSlOl
L A THl'WSTOJ", KtnoU Hiokci
:?? Vi'ii'lnint tstici't 151 ly
"A.7 1-3IIES to inform the Indies of
t T Honolulu th.u he intends to go
out as Ladies' Nurse. Is thoroiiehly
competent. Enquire at No. 121 King
Street. 7i tw
KEEP YOUK HOUSES HEALTHY
ami avoid c see-wive sweating hy
haing lliein clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horse Clipping Machine.
Ho'.scs called fr and returned fice of
charge. Hing up Teienlinne No. iVi.
Or apply to M ILES & 1IAYLKY,
09 lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
HPO THE CUED1TORSOFTIIEES
i tile of Jnmrs H.Bojd, a bauKrupt,
lake noi ice:
Tl1.1t the undersigned, Assignee of the
Estate of J.ime-i H. Boyd, a bankiupt,
lias preparatory to bis 11 mil areount and
dividend submitted his accounts as Mich
I'.e-ignee, and filed the same btl'jtoJIon.
E.I'icston,,Iii tieeof the Supreme Court,
at his Cliamlicr-, to whom lie svill app y
al 10 o'e-kek, a. in., on THURSDAY,
the I8H1 day ( f November inst , foi a
settlement ot' aid necounts ami fur a
Until dicb,iige from all liability a f-ueh
as igiife, and for an order to make a
linal dividend. And that any person in.
tercsted may then and thcic appear and
conti st the same.
:i W. C. PAKKE, Assignee.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
from and aftci this date, I will not
bo responsible for any debts contracted
by 1m husband without a wiitten order
fiom me. MRS. BANY GRAHAM.
Lcleo. Nov. it, 1880. 74 2w
HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
ti acted without tho written order of
mysclt or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188(i. 28 8111
JOHN II. SOPEll leipiests that all
eiders for ilie Clii'iMtiiitiNM l'ie-
toi'iul iiniici'N bu sent in before tho
dcpaiture of the next mail foi the Coribt
to avoid disappointuunt. 7J
URNISHEI) OR UNFURNISHED.
A suite of largo pleasant rooms
wilh a Inrgo bath 100111, al!24 Beretauia
Street, one door ubove Or. Hyde'p.
COTTAGE TO LET.
T?URNI8HED OR UNFURNISHED,
JJ A Cottage on Lunalllo and l'likoi
Streets, furuislicd complete for House,
keeping. UbO of horse and carriage;
laigo gaielen. Apply to
OlIAS. J. FISHEL,
49 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No, 8 EMMA" f-TREET.
J. (uiite on ilie nremhe".
OAPI'. B WHPrNEY.
AN ENOIJSII COACHING Willi",
In or near the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables. A n wind of "i.00 will lie paid
the perron leturning the same In E. K.
Darin, Hawaiian Hotel. No questions
Australian Parrot Lost!
ANY ONE RETURNING SAME
to Mrs. .J. M. Cooke, on King St ,
opposite Kawaialiao Seminaiy, will
boHillably itwaielcd. Labt seen going
toward Punchbowl, Fiiday ul'.eruooii.
Red and grren cokiw. 77 4t
1 ' 1
SHIP'S DAVITS WANTED.
ONE PAIR SHIP'S DAVITS, 1 in.
in diameter, and 14 to 15 feet Jong.
Applv on hoard Steam .Schooner "Sur-pii-o."
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1650. 70 lw
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
Tlie DLeacliMg- 3JCilliiieiy Rouse.
No. CO Nuuanu fctrect.
King- Street, between Fort and Alnkea Streets,
Haa received ier "Clans Spicckelf)," "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
sortnienl of new goods coasitting 111 put of
Fre-h Apples, Capo Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
flliitr. 1, "! and IJlti tin; Maple Syrup, fctar Drips, Eiiieka Diips, Uonid Tmkey and
Ciiieken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Silinon in Kits and Tins, Pig Poik, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Qodtlsli, Table Raisins, Currantx, D.uei, NiU", Duiet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, Shrimni-, Sous-ed Mackerel, O'blcis, A-orteil Exuacls, Choco.
aie, Prune-, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, I'liioiis, Saloon
Briad, Craokeis add Cakes, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choke Fremh Peas, Blooms,
Ciutile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran and Oats ami a gsncral assortment ot'
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74 tf
LEWIS & GO., GROGERS,
111 JTovL Street,
Have ju-t ueeived ex Biilish bark "Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & Uln-kwuirc Hoods, consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovj Paste, Pate a diable, Blcater Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, lolled' tram and Chicken, Potted Came, Devilled I J 11111, tins Sheep
Tongues, lias eollaied Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Snu-ages, Philippe &
Canand's Ti allied 1 atu Partridge-, do Quail, do J.arkb, do Si.ipcs, do Mood,
cocks, do 1 bivei ; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seeds, Bottles Mayonnaise Sauce, Mash
loom Cnisup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tonnto (.om-ciw, Bottles French Trullles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmason Chetbe, .Ionian Almonds. Phillipo & CannudM Truffled P.ito lie fills
('ruH.Tiin- whole Riiast Partridge, do douse, do Piieasnts, Tin Biu-fccls Spiouts,
Tin Sugo and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
Ciosso iSi lilaekwell'H Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Ful, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, J.lb tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soles, Lib
liu Prawn", Real Yarmouth Bloaters, 1.1b tin Fresh Cod Roes, l.lb tin Engln-h
Spiced Beef, 2-lb Bottle French PIutof, .lb tin Ohamp'gnoii, '2 ox Bottle
Caput Capeis, 4 oz do, J-tb Bottles India Cuny Powder, 4 o. do. l-hiPipo &
CanantVs Petit Puis, l.lb tin Crosse & Blackwell's Ox all Soup, do Mock Tur
lie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken BrotJi, l.lb tin M ulllgntawny Soup, do
Orouso Soup, do Glblet Soup, do Hot Poteh fcotii, do Vouetable Soup, do
Cockle Lekio Soup, do Green Peas Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Bouilll
do Rcnst Fowl, do Carrotb, do Parbnlps, do Turnip?, do Onloiif, y,.b tin Black
Lelcefctei-ohiro Mubhroonis, Mb tin tioli 'J rire, do lush Sti w". do Alainodo
Beef, do Bolkd Mutton, do Ilnrrlcot Mutton, do Mewed Kldnejb, doCalfbliead,
do Calfbliead and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veul, 4-lii tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Sailed Tripe.
, T, Morton's Goods. 1 urtoons -Mutcatels, 14-Oaitooiib Jliiseatels, ('narts Mont,
seriat Lime Juice, J.Pint "tnrcesteisliiro Sauce, 1'luin do do, Una Cocca.
and Milk, do Moore's Chocolate and Milk, Tins .smith'- Collce nnd Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Small Bottles Smith'-. Jietoiieo Collee, Tiiib Patent Oi oats,
Mb tins Symington Pea Flour, if.tlns Van HoubiouV focoa, 2 lb Vail fc'eolch
Oatmeal, ij.jb papers Kpp's Ilomcopathio Cocoa, 7-lb tins I'ppM Vanilla. Choc,
olale, ij.lb puokuges; 1.0 Hi tins Coioatinti, !)(! do do. (inkleyV Knifo Polkh,
1 lb tins Peurl Sago, do (bound Rice, do Flake 'Inplm-ii, do Cninlirldgo Sau
sages, Small Tins Oxford Snusages, Largo tins do, C. 1 mini Knglkh JMiiHtaril
in Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thyme, Di led "-atim, S-vop, Dmd Maijoram,
tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, pints Sn u or Tnl.ln Vineyar, Laiiing'a
Edniu Clieise, Bonier Day & Maitin's Liquid Slice Blue king, 'liusdo Piihto
do, i-f-tin Potted Ham and Tongue, J.in Potted Tiuke mid Tiriigue, Pints
lJurei'ii French Sahiil Oil, J.pinls do. Cio-i-uA hukwell'ii 11 1 mi Oil, and
much more too numeioiis to mention, all of which we ll'ei for b.ilo at leason
able figure-,. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
HAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet fiom tlio FrHcrn Slates nnd Eun pe
Fresli Cnlllornia Produce by 0- cry Steamer. All ciders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island oiders 10'i.
cited, Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Offlco Box 145. Telephone No. 02. 1C8 ly
lli.nmn.in hi ii- ... iiiiu. ii ..i.nmj-CT-nJ
8th & 9th.
Store for Kent, mid Fix
tures for Ssile.
''"PHAT desirable Store now occupied
X by ilie LADIEb' BAZAAR, t-Sort
street, and all the Fixture-, Glas- Cae3,
&c, foi sale Kni Tuitbei particulars,
enquire on the Pienii-i's. 410
T. O. Box 207.