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BISHOP & Co., HANK.I2KS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Bank ol CulU'oniln, h?. V.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. IT. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
Svduoy, , ,
Tho flank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlslchureh, mid Wellington,
Tho Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Trausnct a Gcneixl Banking Business,
ridgd to noltW b. I sot Tfttty.
But csUlllthfd for tliu benefit of nil.
FRIDAY. 2JOV. 12. 188G.
Pure air is csscnthil to the health
and comfort of the individual. The
art of ventilation consists in provid
ing this commodity in sufllcient
quantity wherever it is needed. To1
this end, noxious gases must be dis
placed by the admission of life giv
ing breezes. A somewhat similar
process is required in public institu
tions. The moral atmosphere of an
organization requires an occasional
freshening from the admission of air
from the outside. Hut it is always
necessary to distinguish between the
invigorating and vitalizing power
of the pure element and the
pernicious effects of foul blasts
from sinks, ditches and slums. The
one purifies; tho other vilifies.
With this impoilant distinction in
view, the public will always be
ready to appreciate the services of
the press in ventilating grievances
from whatsoever source they come.
Persons who are desirous of so con-
ducting themselves and their affairs
as to avoid any causes of annoy
ances to their .neighbors have no
grudge to maintain against friendly
suggestions from a public standpoint.
In many cases offences are the re
sult of inadvertence or possibly
tlio climatic habit of doing nothing
so prevalent in this latitude. Un
der such circumstances, a grievance
has only to be named to be removed.
In this particular will be seen the
difference between the dispositions
of men, whether they be public
functionaries or whatever they may
be. Errors in one case will be im
lncdialery corrected, while, in the
other, the moie glaring the error,
the more certain will it be of a pro
tracted period of existence.
'Die press is the great ventilator
of public grievances. Its functions
are well maintained when such
grievances are biought piominently
forward for redi ess. lint the press
lowers itself when it is made a me
dium of petty revenge by attacking,
well regulated institutions for tiivial
offences owing to theirprincipalpro
moters being objects of personal an
tipathy or perchance engaged in le
gitimate business rivalry to some
clique, who may happen for the time
to have tho handling of a certain
quantity of printers' ink at their dis
posal. Wherever public wrong
exists, to hit it and hit hard, is the
prerogative of an independent press?
but when incgularities of the wotst
kind aic winked at and molehills of
abuse are magnified into mountains,
it becomes painfully evident that
"there is a nigger in the fence
somewhere,"- and exposures or non
exposures alike only i ecoil upon the
heads of their authors.
ANOTHER NOTE ON NEGUS.
Ennoit Bulletin : To attempt
,to gain a point in a discussion by
misrepresenting or misquoting an
opponent is a very poor business,
and furnishes conclusive evidence of
either a bad causo or a defective
"understanding possibly both. I
am somewhat surprised that your
correspondent, Mis. Negus, should
have resorted in yesterday's lluu.r.
;jin, to a tiick at once so venerable
, aud so futile. ' '
After quoting the text of the
Naturalization law and assuming
that tin: discrotionaiy power vested
in tlio Minister of the Interior was
what f referred to as the principal or
only objectionablo leatuie of the
law an assumption entiiely gratui
tous and unsupported your eorre
, spondent proceeds a little further on,
to use tho following language:
"Can lX' cito an instance whcie
puch an application from an eligible
.'individual has been refused?. If so
I, for one, would wish to have it
brought forward in support of tho
statement that it is 'impossible' for
an alien to become a citizen of the
,' Hawaiian Kingdom."
In reply to this challenge, I have
. simply to say that I did not. state
that it was "impossible for an alien
i to becomo a citizen" nor did I bay
'anything from which any reader of
.ordinary intelligence could extinct
'i'sucli' a meaning. I do not feel
called upon to offer evidence in sup
port pf a statement which I never
made. When 1 said that it was
"impossible" for the foreigners re
siding heio, who are opposed to the
prevent government, to become citi
zens under tho present law, I of
course spoke of them as a class, and
taking them as n class the statement
is pcifcctly correct.
I said that as the law now stands,
the "great majority" of the foieign-
ers residing ni the country were
"ineligible," and so they are. The
naturalization law as quoted by
your coricspondcnt fully sustains
the assertion. Leaving out oi ac
count the discretionary power vested
in the Minister of the Interior, con
cerning the oxcrciso of which, by
the way, 1 neither asserted nor
intimated anything, wo find that the
law imposes two absolute and un
conditional lequiicmcnts: first
that the candidate must have re
sided in the kingdom for live years
Oi more, and secondly that he
must own "without encumbrance,
taxable real estate within the king-
Now whether wo take the whole
body of foreigners resident in the
country or whether we take those
who are opposed to the present
government, you know, Mr. Editor,
1 know, Mrs." Negus knows, and so
docs every one else know, who has
given the'mattcr any attention, that
the "great majoilty" of them can
not respond to the double standard
here set up. If Mrs. Negus or any
one else choscs to deny this state
ment as a matter of fact, they can,
of course, do so, but they will search
long and far before they will find
any evidence by which their position
can be sustained. X.
Editor Hui.lktin: In rending
the closing paragraph of the Adver
tiser's remarks about Arbor Day,
the mention of tiiniming the ttees
on the top of Punchbowl hill for
firewood for bonfires, brings to mind
the fact that one early morning a
few months ago I took a ride to the
top of the hill to see how the trees
were getting along, as i nave
watched them progicssing from
time to time, ever since they weic
planted up thcie, under the personal
supervision of His Majesty; and
was surprised to find a great many
of them cut down entirely, besides
what had been trimmed rather
severely, and there were several
cords of the wood cut into 4. feet
lengths and piled up in even cords
as though for sale. There was no
one there to enquire the reason of,
and it seemed a great pity to see
them thus destroyed. A careful
trimming would no doubt have been
a benefit but to see them, fine trees,
too, cut down to the ground was a
G. II. R.
as 1 h
EOOKTJPU IN THE SCHOOLS.
Editou Hum.i.tin: Sir An ar
ticle appeared in your columns of
yesterday stating that the teacheis
of the seveial Hawaiian schools in
the Kingdom had told each scholar
to donate fifty cents toward a too
kupu for His Majesty the King.
This is an error, so far as the Royal
School is concerned, and wo there
fore beg of you to give the correct
statement of the real facts, which
are as follows: Our teachers asked
us if we were willing to give a hoo
kupu to the King on his Jubilee
Birthday, not only on account of
our nlolia to His Majesty, but be
cause he is an old haumana (alum
nus') of our School. Our teachers
told us to give whatever sum we
could afford, even if it was only
five cents. Half a dollar was never
I may add that a very libcial sum
was collected and a present bought,
which we hope will be acceptable to
1 am Sir, yours respectfully,
Captain of the Royal, School, Ho
nolulu. Royal School, Nov. 12th.
MASSACIU: OP CIIltlSTIAKS in AFH1CA
HY A SAVAGE KIKCi.
London, October 2Cth. Details
have been received of the massacre
of native Christians in Uganda,
Africa, by order of King Mwanga.
Tho massacre began in June, and
was directly due to the refusal of a
Chi istian lad, acting as the King's
page, to commit a crime. Many
Christians were tortured, mutilated
and speared, and thirty-two burnt
alivo together. Appeals of the mis
sionaiies for a cessation of the
atrocities were unavailing. The fate
of theso unfortunates did not serve
to frighten candidates for baptism,
and within a week after the massacre
many natives were baptized at their
own desire. Leallcts containing ex
tracts from tlio scripture and prayers
and songs in the Uganda language
are freely bought by tho people,
although their possession involves
the danger of punishment.
The diaiy of tho Bishop of Han
nington, who was put to death by
the King, will soon be published in
Loudon. It is a thrilling and pathetic
narrative of hisexpeiinces in Uganda
up to tho" day of his death.
The Paris Fiyuro says it is ex
pected that Ho Oiers, the Russian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, will
issue a circular to tho Powers declar
ing that active measures arc ncces
bniy to terminate the anarchy pre
vailing in Bulgaria, and on the
ground that it is dangerous lo the
peaco of the Balkan States and
offensive to Russia.
A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE,
or looms with hoard. Apply at
this Office. 82 t
OAltD of THANKS.
HIE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
express his thnnks to Captain Mc.
Uicgor, cf the schooner "Mnnuoknwnl,"
lor going lo iiiini'scui1 or mo four men
and carnlzcd boat, ofl' Diamond Head,
last eenlug, and towing all into smooth
OAPT. WILLIAM BAUCOOK.
Honolulu, November 12. 188(1.
ONE 4-YEAR-OLD MAHH, broken
to harness and saddle.
One Open Side Har Rugcy.
One Honolulu niude Brake.
One Single Strap Harness.
I'Oi particulars ennuiiont
NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
ble House of I! rooms, with modern
improvements awl gord yard. Furnish,
ed or unfurnished; a line location, nnd a
met desirable place. Along term ten
ant desired. Applv to
Heal Estate Ajrent and Collector, No.
DW. PRATT, thanking his nu-
morons fi finds for their patron
ago in tho p ist respectfully announces
thiil he will temovo on MONDAY
moinlng to Xo. 8& Hotel Street,
lieu loJ.McCiiithy'sCigarStand, where
ho will he glid to accommodate, them
with meals at all hours, day and night,
and at lowest lates. Ice Cieam will
also be served at 15 coats per plate at all
bonis. Private room, with separate en
trance from tho street for ladies. The
Hi:st Lmmes' Bestaukant in Hono
lulu. 82 D. W. P1UTT.
i:. u sciiumax.
Scc'y & Treas.
Haw'an. Carriap Ml ' Go.
Importers & i
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
Order of Reception
ro in: held at
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16.
0 a. si Marshal of the Kingdom and
'J:15 a. jr. His Maicsty's Ministers,
Judges Supreme Court, Governor ,
Noble, Privy Councillors and Mem
hers of the Ligislatuic.
10 a.si to 11 a si. Educational Society,
Division 2, H. It. II. Princess Poo.
maikelani; Hookuononuo Society,
II. 11. II. l'rinrois Kaiulani; E'luea
tional Sociity, Division 1, II. H II.
Princess Likcliko; Nihoa Society;
II. II. II. Princess Liliuokalani;
Members ot the Society arc most
respectfully invitid to assemble at
Washington Place at 8 a. si.
11 :13 a. si. Charge d'Afl'uIrcs of the
United States of America to pieseut
the President's congratulations.
:!() A. si.
Corps. Diplomatic and Consular
12 noon. Government Ofljcers, Heads
1 1'. si Ilouulu Society, Her Majesty
tho Queen, L.ihui Kaumakapill,
Kaumukipili Congregation; IIooulu
Lthui Mulie Kuinalu, Fishermen's
Society, Schools, Honolulu Fire De
partment, PumvaiJ Lokahi Ansocia.
lion, Poola Association.
3 i. si. l'he Public.
!!:30r. si. Tho Military.
J. A. CUMMINGS.
Marshal of the Day.
AVutclimnlccr & Jeweler
Has just arrived from San Francisco
and has opened a store opposite Hart'u
Ico Cream Parlors, Vihere ho will attend
to the manufacturing of nil kinds of
jewelry. Tho setting of diamonds and
chionomcteis a specialty. 80 !Jl
November 12th & 13th.
Grand Entertainment Jor the Benefit
Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club,
Friday and Saturday Evening.
Tho performance will bo given by
tho members of tho II. Y, nnd B C, as
sisted by an oioheetia ot well-known
musicians and a native chorus.
"vV. G. ABMSTItONG
O W. MACFAHLANi:
I End Men
W. MOUSE - Interlocutor
.J. F. liKUWN - Musical Director
1'j'JcvH of AriiniHNiou.
Parquetto and Dress Circle - - 1 00
Balcony Circlo- ------ 75
Gallciy -. no
Tickets for bale at J. E. "Wiseman's.
Box plan open on AN ediysday, nt 10a.m.
Doors open nt 7:110, Performance be.
gins at S p. m, 80 !)t
Tlio Intcx"- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on baud for salo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
41& Bar Iron. ly
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the nsldonco of
MB.3. . MONSAHHAT, Union Street,
(on account of departure) wo will sell at
Public Auction, (lie entire Household
Furniture, compiIMng in pitt
Upholstered Parlor ' Suite,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO,
(Randall, Carte &. Co , Makers),
H. W. and Koa Centre Tabic?,
Largo Centre Hogs,
bofa and Door Hugs,
OiB Lane Oval Irror
Koa Buckets, To ipoys,
Carpel Rocket s
1 Lady's Writing Desk Mirror Front,
l'lciuris, Vases, 15. W. Marblo Top
BEDROOM SETS !
Feather Pillows, Spiiug Mattresses,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Hlack Walnut Wardrobe,
Curtains and Lambrequins,
B. W. Marblo Top Sido Board,
Set of Koi Hook Shelves,
A Library of Miscellaneous Works,
Extension Dining Table,
An assortment of
Glass, Crockery and
Table Cutlciy, Hanging Lamp',
Bed and Table Linen,
Wicker Lounges aud Cliabs,
A Variety of Ferns
Flower Pots aud Stands,
1 Hand Chi I, 1 Wheel Harrow and
Gaidcn TooN, etc., etc.
E3?" The house will bj open for if
sptction on SATUKDAY, Nov. CI h
from 0 a. in. till a p. m
ADAMS & CO,,
EST NOTICE. Tlio stvcnl com.
panics of the Department aic hereby
requested toassemhle in the t-quure op
posite the hall if Mechanic Engine
Coinpiny No 2, on tlio evei.ingof
TUESDAY, November 16th,
At 7 o'clock, in full unifoim, with their
several appaiatus, for lliu puipo'-o of
taking pint in the Torchlight Procession
and F.wadu in honor of 'llis Majesty's
Route of Procession.
The proccseion will leave tho Bell
.Tower at 7:'i0, going ti the Pulaeo
through Hotel, Mauutikca, King aud
Richard stieets. On leaving the Palace
tuc line oi marcn will no inroiiun uicii.
ard, Berctanla, Nnuuini, King, Fort and
Hotel streets hack to the Bill Tower,
where tho companies will disperse.
A full attendance is desindT Ter
order. HENUY SMITH,
80 Secretary H.F.D.
Will he open every ultcrnoou and een.
ing as follows:
Slouday, Tuemlay, lVcdnemluy and
To the public in general.
For ladles and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd childnn.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday K en lugs.
WIM.IAM WALL, Manager.
BY HUSBAND AND W1FK, (P). NO
children, employment In a private
family, the foimer lor general garden
woik and caie of hmses; and tho.latter
lor general homo work, washing nnd
Hwlng n specialty. One 01 both are
willing lo inuku themsilMS generally
useful. Address J. M. VIVAS.
71 2w Kiihumunu St.
Steam Boilers, Furnaeis and Ilanges
Set. Brick nnd Stonework dono on
Alnpal Bt., Second door from Bcretanla.
P. O; Box 4C7.
Ordcis from tho other Islands punc
tually attended to. 721y
EGA! & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing end Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just lcccived a few more
Hnw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co., S 110 100
B. O. Hall & Son.fmw Issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 0 3J 10
C. Brewer & Co., I'll 100
Woodlawn Dnlry, J 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 97 100
Wnimanalo, 155 100
StnrMill, 4VJ(i COO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 80 10C
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei
W Morrhnnt Street 151 lv
IVfR. J. J. WILLIAMS has romc
111. l'lush Alliums for kws. People
wLliin! to send a handsome Christmas
picent home enn have views selected
by themselves, mounted in one cf these
Albums in splendid style. SI 8w
A T A MEETING OF THE SHARE
XJL holders of the Pacific Navigation
Co, held in Honolulu Nov. 11th, 1SS0,
tlio followingolliccrs were elected for
tho tenn of one year:
A. F. COOIvE.. .President and Manager
W. L. WII.COX Vice-President
F. TURRIi.L..Sicietaiy and Treasuier
G. P. UxSTLB Auditor
W. McCAXDLE-S Diiector
81 3t F. TURHILL, Secretary.
KEEP YOUK HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid ixcussivo sweating by
having lhem clipped with the Patent
Lightning lloise Clipping Machine.
Hoists called fir and relumed free of
(luuee. Ring up Telephone No. 32.
Or apply to MILES & HAYLEY",
09 lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE E8
t'Ueof Jamis ll.Bojd, abaiiKiupt,
Thut the undersigned, Assignee of the
Estate of .Tames 11. Boyd, n bankiupt,
lias prepaiatory to ills Hum account ana
dividend siihmittid his accounts as tucli
as'-iguce, and tiled the same bifoic Hon.
E. Prt Mon, Ju-tico of the Supreme Court,
at his Chamber-, to whom he v.111 app'y
at 10 o'clcck, n. in., on THURSDAY,
tho 18th day of November inst., for a
settlement of snid accounts nud for a
final discharge from all linbility iv fuch
as ignee, and for nn order to make a
filial dividend. And that any person in
terested may thin aud there appear and
contest the same.
73 W. C. PARKE. Assiencc.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
from and after lliis date, 1 will not
bo responsible for any debts contracted
by mv husband without a wiittcn order
from me. MRS BANY GRAHAM.
Leleo. Nov. , 1880. 74 2w
I HEREBY givo notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the wi ittcn order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 3m
JOHN II. SOPER requests that all
oiders for Hie ClirJNtinuMM Pic
torial impci'M be sent in before the
departure of tho next mail for the CoaM
to avoid disappointment. 7i)
1 BURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
. A suite of largu pleasant rooms
with n largo bath room, at 124 Berctanla
Street, one door above Dr. Hyde's.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cotingu on Lunalllo and Pllliol
Streets, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Use of horso nnd carrlagoj
largo gaidcn. Apply to
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel StB
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No. 8 EMMA STREET.
xi. unite on tho nremitcx.
AN ENGLISH COACHING WniP,
in or near the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables. A nward of $5.00 will bo paid
tho perfon leturnlng the samo to E, IC.
Darin, Hawaiian Hotel. No questions
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
November 6th, 8th & 9th.
The Leading- 3illixiery JBLorxse..
108 No. 10 Nunanu Street. lv
King Street, between Fort and Alakca Streets,
Has received per "Claus Spreckels," "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
soitment of now goods lonshting m putt ot
Fre-h Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs :ind Tins, Plum Pud.
dine, 1, L' and 31b tins; Maple Syrup, btar Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Tuikuy and
Chicken, Lunch 'tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits mid Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Laid, Codfish, Table RaLlns, Currants, Date, Nut, Duiet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, Shrimps, Soed Mackeiel, Ovsteis, As-orted Eximcts, Choco
ate, Prune.-, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, unions, Saloon
Bn ad, Criekcis add Calci b, Sweel and Sour Pickle-, Choieu Freui h Polls, Brooms,
CjMUu Soap To.let Soap, Kerosinc Oil, Bran and Oats and a gjueral assortment ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JTox't Street,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a flno assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J.- T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & Blncl;uol,- Coed?, consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Auehovy Paste, Pnto a diable, Bloater FilMe, Poftid Beef, Poticd
Tongue, Potted iiam and Chicken, Potted Game, Lkvilled Him, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins rolhucd Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Sau-agis. Philippe &
Canand's Tiufllcd Pale Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, do Si ipes, do ood.
cocks, do 1 1-inci ; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seul.', Bottles Mayonnaise Saupc, Mush
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tonuto ( oiimivi, Bottles French Trutlles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Pn rm a s (i n I heit-e, Jordan Almonds. Fhlllipo & Canand's Truffled Pnto de fais
Urus.TiiiH whole Riiast Pnrtiidgc, doGiouso.do Pheusuts, Tin BiuasclsSpiouts,
Tin Sage and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb lin
Crosse & Blaikwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meal, J.lb tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets ol Soks, 1-lb
tin Prawn, Real Yarmouth Bloaters, Mb tin Fresh Cod ltoes, 1.1b tin Englbh
Spiced lliot, 2-ll Bottle French Plums, J-lb tin Chnmp'gnnii, 2 oz Boitlo
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, -lb Bottles India Cuiry Povidei, -l rz do. I hil Ipe &
Canand's Petit Puis, l.ib lin Crosse & Blackwell's 0 all Soup, do Mock Tur.
tie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, 1-lb tin Mulligntawi.y Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Hot Potch fcoup, do Vegetable Soup, do.
C'ocklo Lokie Soup, do Green Peas Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Houilli'
do Roast Fowl, do Cauots, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onions, J.lb lin Black
Leicebteihlro Mushrooms, Mb tin fresh 'Iripc, do Iilsh Slew", do Alnmodo
Beef, do Boiled Mutton, do Harricot Mutton, do btewed Kidneys, do Calfshead,
do Calfshead and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, -l-lli tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods. ' atloons Muscatels, i-Oaitoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont
hCiiut Lime Juice, j.Plnt orcistershiru Sauce, Pints do do, U lins Cocoa
and Milk, do Mocre's Chocolnlo and Milk, Tins Kn ith'-Coilee t.ud Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Smill Bottles Smith's Lesenco Cnllee, Tins Patent Gro Us,
Mb tins Symingt"!! Pea Flour, Jf-tlns Van Houston's Cocoa, 2 lb Vail bcotch
Oatmeal, U.lb papers Epp's Homioputhle Cocoa, 7.1b tins Epp's Vanilla. Choc,
olntc, ..lb packages; 1.0 lb tins Coioatina, 3 (1 do do. Oakley's Knife Polish,
i iu uns rcuri Dago, uo Kiounu nice,
do, if-tiu Potled Ham and Tongue,
hages, oiimii 'linn uxiuru causages, jjiirgo uns io, unii'imm I'.uglisu juusinru
in Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thyme, Drkd Pimm, Sivon, Dued Maijoram,
i tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, pints Suj u or Table Vlneear, Luning'a
jJiuom unci se, iioiuoi imy a jtiaiun's Would riliou Jlluc I
Durei's French bnlad Oil, J-pluls do, Cioso fc Markuell' Kulad Oil, and
much moio too numcious to mention, all of which we cfl'.-r for sido at nason
ablo figures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
HE. MclNTYRE & BRoT,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAfaT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received
Fresh California rroduco
nnd Goods delivered In in
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed
Store for Kent, unci Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoie now occupied
by Hie LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture-, Glis Cacs,
&c, for sale. For lurther particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O. Box 207.
un lqaue tapioca, do Uimunugo tsau.
.Inir. 'I nsito J'asio
U-tin l'oitul TiiiKcj ami Tongue, Pints
byovery Packet from tho Fcstern Stales and Eurcpe
by eery Steamer. All oiders faithfully at lend id to.
iv nnn nt Urn rliv free of cluirue. Island oiders oM.
. Post Offlco Box 145. Telephone No. 13. 108 ly
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