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Order of Reception
to 111: itr.i.n at
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16.
0 A. m Mnishal
of tin? Kingdom mill
0:15 a. M.-UW jMiii:sl's Minlstcts,
Judges Supicmu (Joint, OoMJiiiors,
Noble, Prhy CounclllOrannd Mem
hers of Iho Legislature.
10 A. m. tn 1 1 a, m. Educ itlonnl Society,
Dlvlatmi 2, 11.35. II. Princes I'o.
inaiUclaul; Honktioiioriio Soololy,
U.K. 11. l'linu-v) ICnliiliuit; Eiluca.
tlmul Society, DivUinn 1, II. K. H.
Princess Likcllko; Nlho.i Society;
II. K. II. Princess Lllluoknlani;
Members of thu Society are most
lospcctfully invited to assemble at
Washington Place at 8 A. M.
11:50 A. m.
-Diplomatic and Consular
12 noon. Gocinnirnl
, jl llooulti
ICaumakaplli Concrccntion: lloiiulu
2ihul Mulic Ivnmalti, Fishermen's
Society, Schools, Honolulu Fire Dc.
ptrlment, Puuwaij Lok,ihi Asocia.
lion, Poola Assof intion.
3 p. m. l'he Public.
82 Mnisluil of the Day.
BISHOP & Co., JSAKKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Diaw Evchangc on the
Bauk ol Cu.litraia, S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Kmk Co., of Sjducy,
The liinkof New Zealand: Auckland,
Chi istchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Tra --sad a General Banking Business.
Flcdg&i to neither Eoct ror Party.
Bat established for tbo benefit of nil.
MONDAY. NOV. lo. 188G.
KING KALAKAUA. .
To-moirow, November lGth, will
be His Majesty King Kalakaua's
fiOth biithday annheisary. The day
will be observed as a public holiday,
and the official programme in out
advertising columns shows the vai ions
oentsof the day. His Majesty's
has been Sovereign of the Hawaiian
Islands nearly thirteen years, having
come to the throne February 12,
Goi Sv; Tile King.
AVe issue to-day, along with our
regular daily, a sample Sujimt.y
?or transmission abioad. The leg
islative session and irregulaiity of
mail communication with the outside
world combined to interrupt our
regular summary issue for several
months past. We riow resume, and
purpose issuing fortnightly, at the
middle and end of each month, 'lhe
SujuiAiiY consists of a repioduction
of the matter likely to be of interest
to rcadeia abroad, appealing in the
Daily Bli.li:tix. The present
number is sent to the subscribers of
the Bulletin as a sample copy. In
future the Sumuauy will be issued
as above stated, independent of the
daily, and will bo sold at 10 cents
per copy, and furnished to subscrib
ers at 2 per year. This wo be
lieve to bo the best of all local pub
lications for transmission abioad.
If there is any one feature, which,
in the judgment of tho readers of
Honolulu ncwspapois has been chnr
acteiisticof tho Uui.u.riN, it is that
of "plain speaking." Conscious of
this, we can affoid to lead the article
in this morning's Advertiser, in so
far as it relates to this paper, with
perfect equanimity. The dailc say
ings with which our coutemporaiy
charges the I5di.li.tin, lmvo occa
sionally been indulged in, byway of
variety. The "nods, winks, and
half-uttered suggestions," of which
tho Advertiser speaks, will be found
in unlimited quantities in tho editor
ial columns of that paper, particu
larly (lining the late session of tho
Legislating, ftk'cepling always in
c-nses, and there weio not few, when
"plain 'speaking" was invoked to
deuouncq the few independent mem
bers of the house who stood up
iroin day to day in dcfejico of the
constitutional rights of the p C'oplc,
nnd who, with a pluck and pcrsVbr
nnuc which il would ho haul to i.MUl
excelled nnywhcie, contested, ino"
by inch, thu progress and iloolop
lnent of that iniquitous, corrui ting
and degrading policy against which
the same paper is now cnnsliaincd
to range itself in opposition.
The Kt'i.i.ivriN nitlelo of Kiidny
last, referred to in the first partof the
Advertiser's leader this morning,
i consisted of a plain statement of
liroid gcncial piinciplcs, which can
not be bet aside and much lcs dis
proved. The Advertiser however
has foil it necessaiy to put up its
umbrella, and to find fault with thu
llui.u.iiN for the tain.
Our contcmpoiary's comments on
the Kui.i.uriN's street rumors arc
not applicable to the case in point.
"The 'man on thesttect,' " says the
Advertiser, "is not always a reliable
source of information," true, he is
not "always" reliable; but the
"man on the street," this time, was
absolutely tellable, and the ciy
best souice of information possible
to be drawn upon.
AVilh respect to the "pestilent
social nuisance" to which the. Itc -ther
rcfoib, it is only net-cary to
say that if such a nuisance existed,
it was a matter propeily within the
juiNdiction of the police, and the
attack upon tho institution, whose
hospitality was abused by roughs,for
providing a respectable place of re
soit for citizens, was entirely un
The "plain speaking" of the
Bu.iXTiN has frequently been a
cause of great agitation to our con
tcnipoiary, and may possibly be s-o
again. Hut w hen the Advertiser has
subsisted two or tluee years on the
pabulum of "plain speaking," on
the side of light, we will be in a more
docile mood to sit at his feet and
listen to his palcinal admonitions
under that heading.
a DHsrnucTivi: 1'inr..
On Friday evening, at about half
past five o'clock, smoke was ob
sened issuing from tho makai side
ot the trash houses of the Kohala
Plantation, and bcfoic anything
could be done vast -volumes of
smoke and llame forbade all appioach
to within 100 yai ds of the binning
building. A ficsh brcc.c blowing
at the time, in a few minutes the
flames were blown through the whole
of the fom large trash houses, which
being full of fuel at the time, be
came a v.ist mass of fiie and llamc,
awful to behold. The offoits to
save tho suiiounding buildings wore
successful, only a few small buildings
went with tho trash houses. The
piobable loss on buildings and fuel
cannot be less than lo,000.
The inquest on the Chinaman
found hanging on the Hume of tho
Star Mill, mentioned last week, is
understood not yet concluded.
There is no doubt that the deceased
was hung up by some one else, and
the matter desencs a fuller investi
gation than it is likcty to leccivc
from our local officials, and I draw
the Marshal's notice to the fact.
Deceased was recently expelled from
a club at Ilalawa, of which the mem
bership and practices ai e not spoken
favorably of by the respectable
Chinese lieie, and the probability is
that a Chinese Government official,
if so disposed, could find out things
here that it would be good for the
public to know.
Theie is an aimy of Chinese dis
tillers in the hills within G miles of
Kohala said to number 300. The
vagi ant act if enforced here will re
quiie a laigc jail.
TinnnxATioN or a thcst.
In the Supreme Court at Chambers
on Saturday, before His Honor Jus
tice Preston, tho application of Hon.
A. F. Judtl and S. B. Dole, guard
ians of Iicnc II. Ii, minor was
hoard. Tho petition, which was
filed October 3th, sets forth that tho
ward was mairied to one Charles
Augustus Brown, September 30th,
said nun ri ago operating as a termi
nation of tho trust. The guardians
therefore asked that their accounts
as such beappioved and that they
bo discharged from further icspon
sibility in tho matter. Fiom the
previous pioceeeding had in the es
tate it is made ovident that the
trust was almost wholly under tho
management of tho fiist-)ia;ncd
guardian, ho being nominated by
will of the father of tho ward, Hon.
Mr. Dole being appointed only to
fill tho vacancy caused by the icsig
nation of tho late J. Komoikcchuchu,
co-guaidian. TJip testate is tho lato
Hon. John Ii, who hold position as
one of tho Associate Justice of tho
Supi erne Court up to tho lime of his
death. His will devised all tho pro
pcity to the daughter, with a pro
viso that ouc-tcnth of the income be
applied by tho guardians to chaii
tabio objects. The dato of Mr.
Judd's appointment is June, 1870,
and his management of the pioperty,
judging from tho iccoitls of the
l'robato Court, has been a prudent
and successful one. Jn 1872, about
the lime of the executors of the will
wound up their administration, tho
ycaily income of, the estate amount
ed to abotlt Sl,200j but in the year
ending luly, 188(1, tho income of
the cslalu ' had swelled to about
SG,000 per nnnum, showing the most
careful management on the part of
the guardians. The accounts sub
mitted were for the three months
ending September 30lh, showing, re
ceipts SI,1G0.G0 and payments
S3, 707.85. Tho accounts were ap
proved and the guardians ordered
discharged and their bond cancell
ed. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown
aic now on a visit to tho United
Slates. His Honor tho Chief Jus
lice holdH a power of attorney for
them during their absence. The
balance in hand, S3G2.75, was paid
by (lie guardians to the attorney in
facl, whoso leccipt for same was
Mowi)A, Nov. loth.
Drunkenness, ,1. Patterson, Samu
cla, Ioane, Kaloke, Kahale, alias
Apiki, and Lawrence, SC each, and
W. V. Clemens, S7.
Violating the Sabbath, Ah See
and Ken in Yec, leprimanded and
G.uning. Seventeen Chinamen
hrolight lip and remanded until the
Assault and battery, Keokcowae,
$10; Ah Tong, nol pros.
Insanitv, Alo, committed to lu
John 2sott . K. Lyciu,
tinned to ISth iu-t.
THE CZAR'S AIDS-DE-CAMP.
Count Miloradoviteh of the Czar's
personal suite has teecntly pub
lished a book, in which he gives
some particulars of that body vince
the time of l'eter the Great.' That
monarch was the fust to institute
the giade of aide-de-camp Gcueial,
and ho had 10 of these officers.
Tho Empress Annie liad 11. Cathc
lino II raised the number to 2G,
and Paul I to 30, In the course of
the reign of Alexander 1 theie weio
IS nominations to this rank. Nicho
las I created 12G, Alexander II 178
of the same grade. The present
Czar, Up to the present time, has
only appointed G. The Emperor
Nicholas was the first to nominate
olllccis to the rank of Major-Gcn-eral,
or Rear Admiral, in the year
1827. The post of aide-de-camp
attached to the person of the Czar
was instituted by the Empress
Cathciinc. In tho comse of her
reign she made 2 such appoint
ments. The Emperor Paul nomi
nated the same number. Nicholas
appointed no fewer than 238, and
Alexander II 398. The present
Car has as yet nominated only 13.
S. F. Bulletin.
The recent Japanese mamagc in
this city has caused some discussion
as to the mairiage lilcs performed
in the native land of the Jap. T.
Shimoka of the Japanese Village at
the Exposition gives tho following :
The marriage is preceded by the
ccicmony of betrothal, at which all
the members of the two families are
Xiresent. It often happens that the
parties concerned then for the (list
time arc informed of the intentions
of their paicnts with lcgard to
them. From this time the couple
aic allowed to see each other on
every oppoitunity. Visits, invita
tions, picscnts, preparations for
furnishing their future home, and
the betrothed arc soon satisfied with
their approaching futuic. The
wedding generally takes place
when the bridegioom is over twenty
years old and the biidc iu her seven
teenth year or .over. The morning
of the appointed day the groom
dresses, and the toilet aiticles of
the briilc are cairied to the biide
gloom's house and arranged in the
room appointed for the ceremony.
Among many decorations the small
table suppoits figures representing
long life, such as the stork and
turtle, supposed to live longer than
any other creatures. In the even
ing a splendid pioccssion enters the
hall, headed by the young wife,
clothed and veiled in white silk,
Chcoitcd by two bridesmaids, and
followed by a ciowd of lelativcs and
neighbors: also fiiends in full cos
tume, nil glittering witli brocaded
scarlet and embroidery. Tho two
bridesmaids and two or three young
girls who arc the friends of the
bride volunteer for the service,
wearing the same costume, perform
tho honois of tho house, arrange tho
guebls, and flutter fiom one place
to another to see that all arc made
comfortable. Among tho objects
displayed in tho middle "of tho circle
of guests there,. is a deep saucer of
soft ware inado for tho occasion.
It has a metal vase which is fur
nished with two spouts and elegantly
adoincd with aitilicial flowers. At a
given signal one of tho bridesmaids
(ills tho vaso with Mshake," a queer
liquid poured into tlio saucer, TJio
brido drinks one-half of the liquid
and the bridegioom drinks the other
half. After this everybody is in
cited to tho dining-ioom, where tho
"best man" -sings tho happy song
and serves ojit t)io great dinner to
nil. With the exception pf cprtain
lluddhist sects and Christians, a
priest or clergyman never takes
part in the celebration, The person
known ns thu best- man acts as
piiest and performs tho marrlago
ceremony. Tho next day after the
man logo follows a festival given by
the poiico officer who lias given per-
misSlbnfor tlic nuptials. Ho then
places tho nowiy-niarricd couple on
his list. Louisville Conn.ieicial.
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
81 3 v
SMALL SLOOND-HANI) TUHN-
ln: Lathe, foot power. .Must ho
cheap Addnss LAIIIL, P. O. Box
:k:i. fc'l "I
-f R. J. J. WILLIAMS has ...me
rJL Plush Alliums for kws. Peop'o
wl.hlng l -eml a handsome Clirilmii
nroi m home can Imvc view selected
liv themolvkS, mountel hi o"ie rf iheo
Album iu nleudid ttc.
The Inter- Island Sjtonin
Navigation Co.. Uimitod,
Kvcp (.oustautH ou li'iul for alo
Steam 'Family and Blacksmith Coal
and u gmcrdi assortment of
iio . Bar Iron. iy
Sleim Uoilers, Kuruacis and ltuigi
Set. Brick ami Stonework done on
Aliiwi I3t., Second door from Merit uil'i.
P. O. Uo -ir,7.
Onld". from the other Isl.uuN nuuc
tunlly atknded to Mly
G. E. FRASHER,
UK I.tK IX
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Oider left at Office, with N. P. Bur
gess, P4 King Sticet, will buj)tmtly
attended to. G!ly-
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for Mile, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Neweastlo Coal,
Hard and Soft Woo, Ah I an Split.
B irley, r'oirit
Ordiis are hereby solicited and -will
bedclicud nt any locality wilhin lhe
No. 8G KING SrX,X2J3JErX'.
Uoth TelciihoiiCM. 187. IU
Will be open every alternoon and uen-
ing as follows:
Holiday, TjicHdny, Wednemlny mill
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and rhililrm.
J.isfons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and (Saturday E citings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
FOK SALE. "
Ilaw'iiCairiiigeManf'gCo., a HO ICO
E. O. Hall & Son, (mv issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, IU 10
C. Brewer & Co., 'till 100
Woodlawn Dairy, uu loo
Wuiluku Sugai To , !)7 100
Waimnnalo, ir5 100
Star Mill, , .'5 500
Reciprocity riugni Co., feO 10C
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter.lBland S, "N. Co., 105
L A THURSTON, Btoclt Uiokei
39 Merchant Street. IM ly
THOSE VERY DKSIRA
lilo premises No. 103Niiuaiiu
Avenue. Dwclllntr contain;
8 rooms airy basement under all; lltch
en, pantry, bathroom unil servant's' rnoni
nttnolud, ciuriagu house, stable, fowl
houso; all conveniently ai ranged; quirt
healthful Iccatloiij neat grounde, fruit
trees. Ten minutes' walk fiom Post
Onicc, Enquire adloliiing premises of
72 tf J. II. WOOD.
. i teitmiAx.
Sec'y & Tro.13.
Imnnrfnrc JL A
Iron, Cumborland Coal, Hnrd
: And all hinds of :
Carriago nnd Wagon Materials.
Torclliilt . ProcBssii
JS'- NOTICK.-Tho Ker.il com.
p uiles of lhe Department aro hen by
reiiueted to assemble in the tquaro op
poMto Iho hall (f Mechanic Engine
Oompmy Uo. -', on the evening of
TUESDAY, November 16th,
At 7 o'clock, iu full uniform, with their,
M:eial appiintn, lor the purpose of
taking pint In tkc Torchlight Procession
ami P.uado in honoi of His Majesty's
Route of Procession.
The pt occasion will leao tho Bell
Towei at 7:'i0, going tj tho Palace
thiough Hotel, Mauhakea, King and
Richard stiecls. On le ivlng the Palnco
the line of march will be tluouub Rich
ard, Berctanin, Nuunnu, King, Fort and
Hotel stieilf, 1'ack to thq Bell Tower,
wlicre tlie ronq allies will Uispcise.
A full attendance is desired. Per
order. HENRY SMITH,
SO Secretary II. P.P.
BY HUSBAND AND WIFE, (P). NO
childien, employment in a prUatc
lamily, the loimer lor git cral gniileu
work and caie of horses; and the latter
foi general house work, washing and
moving a specialty. One or both are
willing to make tliemclm ccncrally
uefiil. Address J. M. VIVAS.
74 !w Kfihunnnu St.
A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE,
or looms with beard. Apply at
this O fee.
W. PRATT) banking, his nu
merous liiemls for theii nitron-
age in tho putt lespecifully announces
that ho will runoo on MONDAY
imin'mg 10 "So. 82 Hotel Street,
nil to J. McCiulliy Cigar Stand, where
he will be glad to accommodate them
with meals at all hours, day and night,
and ut lowest rates. Ice Cieam will
also be fervid at lii cents per plate at all
hours. Pi hate room, with separate en.
ti.ince from the street for ladies. Tun
Uisi Liiiis' nisiAuiiAvr in Hono
lulu. 82 D. W. PRATT.
NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
b'e House of (1 rooms, with modern
impingements ana gord jnril. b uintsh
ed or iiiiliiinishcd; a fine location, und a
mrst drt-irablo place. A long term ten.
ant desind. Apply to
Real 'Estate Agent and Collectoi, No.
42 Mcicliiuil Street. 82tf.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No. 8 EMMA fcTREKT.
XJl iiuiro on the memites.
CAPr. B WHITKEY.
ONE 4-YEAR-OLD MARE, broken
to harn-ss nrifl saddle.
One Open Side H.u Bugjy.
One Honolulu made Brake.
One Single Strfp Iliirncss.
For particulars ( nqiilre it
ESint PAN 1 11 EON STABLE!-.
KEEP YOUlt HORSES HEALTHY
nnd avoid ixefslve sweating by
having Ihcm clipped with the Patent
Lightning Hoise Clipping Machine.
Hoisis callid for and liturncd free of
eh.iree. Ring up Telephone No. 32.
Or apply to MILES & IIAYLEY,
CO lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
rpo THE CREDITORS OF THE E8
X tiiuof Junus H.Bojd,ftbani(riipt,
That tho iindeiAigued, AsBlgncoof the
Estnto of ,Tamo H. llojd, n bankrupt,
has propainlory to his llnnl account and
dividend submittal hisiiciounls im such
assignee, and filed tho same bifoie Hon,
E,Prision,JiiHieonf the Supreme Court,
nt hlsChambus, to whom he will npp'y
at. 10 o'clcpk, a, in., on THURSDAY,
mid join uny ci noiniiei nisi., tor n
selllcinent of said i.rouuta nud for a
final discharge fiom all liability ns fticli
asignpi. and for an oiijer to make a
final dhldind. And that auy person In.
teiesled may thin and tltcie appear and
coutfst tho siune.
W W. C. PARICE, Assignee.
IIEHK11Y give notice that from
nnd after this date, I will not
bo icbpousiblo for njiy elpbts epn
tiacteil without the w i itten order. of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept, 10, 188G. 28 3m
AN ENGLISH COAOHfNG WHIP,
iu or near tho Hawaiian Hotel
Stables, A r ovarii nf $1.00 will bo paid
the perron leturning the sumo to E. IC,
Darin, Hawaiian Hotel, No questions
i Wl ST,
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
November 6th, 8th & 9th.
Tlie Leading' JMillixiery iioxiso
Thos. Lindsay, "
No. CO Nuuanu fc trect.
King Street, "between Fort and Alakca Streets,
Has leceived per "Claus Spreekels, "Diacoveiy," and "Alameda," n choice as
sortiniut of new goods coa-isting in part of
Fro h 'Aiiples, Capo Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud.
dinn, 1, 3 and 31b tinB; Maple Syrup, btar Drips, Enielta Drips, Boned Tuikey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits anil Tins, Pig Pork, Cal,
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table Rabins, Currants-, Dates, Nuis, Durct' Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimpt", Soused Mackerel, Ojsteis, As-ortcil Exitacts, Choco
late, Prunes, Baking Powder, Tia, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Brtad, Orackeis add Cakes, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice Freneh Pea8, Bioom",
C.utile Soap, Toilet Soap, Kerosino Oil, Bran and Oats and a gineriil assortment ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort Six-eel,
Have just received ex BritiMi bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & BlackwelPs and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Orrese & Blackwell' Good'', consistingof Mixrd Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jc!lic", Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable, Bit titer Paste, Pottul Beif, Potted
Tongue, Potted Hum nnd Chicken, Potted Game, Devilled Hr.rn, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Snu-agm Philippe. &
Canand's Truffled Palo Paitridgcs, do Quail, do Larks, do Snipes, do ood.
cocks, do Mover; 111b tins Carroway Seed, Bottles Mayonnaise Saure, Mi.sh
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, E&scnco Anchovies-, Bengal Chulniy
Tomato Conseivc, Bottles French Tiulllc3, French (Hives, Spanish Olives.
Parmason Cheese, Jordan Almonds. Phillipe & Camind'n Trufllcd P.ito do fids
Urab.Tlnn whole Roast Partridge, do Gioubo, do Pheasnls, Tin Biussels bpiouH,
Tin Sage and Onions, Preseived Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Uuiried Fowl, 1 lb lin
Cro--io & Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Ilore.
1 lb tin Mince Meat, V.lb tin English Airowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of boles, Mb
tin PriiwnrRe"l Yarmouth Bloateis, Lib tin Fresh Cod Hoc, Mb tin English
Sliced Bicf. 2.1b Boltlu Fiendi Plums. U-h till Chainpignni', 2 oz Bottle
pcrs, 4 oz uo, i;-iu uotties inula uuny ronucr, u uu. rim m - u-
i Petit Puis, 1.1b tin Crosse & Blackwell'b oyail soup, co juock tui-
, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, 1.1b tin Jluitigntawi y boup, co
Snim ill, flllili t Snnn i!n lint Potch Soun. do Yocctublu SOUf. do
Cockle Lokie Soup, do Gicin Pens Soup do Muttou Broth, (to boiipnnil uouini
do Rcast Fowl, do Carrotb, do Fan-nips, do Turnips, do OiiIoiif, - tin Blat k
Leicefcterihiro Mushrooms, Mb tin licfh Tripe, do Irish Slew, do Alamodo
Reef, do Bulled Mutton, do Ilarricot Mutton, do McWcU Kidncs, do Calfshead,
V..U..WV .....,., ... ... .WV .J....,
do Cnlfbhead and
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe
T, Morton's Goods. ' artooiiB Muteateli,
., UiVlVUUU UUUUO. " U..WW..B i...t -
seirat juno juice, v;.nnt orcisteisiuru sauce, rims ho uu, ; m vuu
and Milk, do Mopro'"s Chocolate and Milk, Tins Smith.'? Cofieu find Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Small Bottles Sinilh'f. Essence Ooilce, Tins Patent Gro its,
Lib tins Symlngt' n Pea Flout, ,'-iM Van Houston's Coron, 21b Vail Scotch
Oatmeal, if.ll papeis Epp's iromeopnthic Cocoa, 7.ib Iiih UppU Vanlla. Olioq.
olale, i.lb packages; 1 II lb tins (Jotoatina. 3 G do' do. Oa'Uby's Knife' I'blhb.,
1 lb tins Penil bago, do Giound Rico, do Flrtko Tapioca, 'do Cambridge' Sail,
sages, Small This Oxford Sausages, Large tins do, Cob innn English Mustnid
in Bottles, doin Tins, Dried 'lhnie, Diied b'nuiii, Savory, Dued Marjoram,
V, tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, pintB Supoiloi Tablo'Vinegar, Laning'fl
Edam Cheise, Bottlc3 Day L Maitln's Liquid Shoo Blaiking, Tinsdol'aste
do, if-tln Potted Ham nnd Tongue, J-iin Pottul Tuikey i.nu Tongue, Pints
Duict's Freneh Salad Oil, J.pints do. Cioo & Blackwell's Salad Oil, ai d
much inoro too numerous tn mention, all of which we cll'ei for sale at nasoti.
able figures. Fresh Ice Houso Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOHTER8 AND DEALERS IN
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by pyery Paekpt from tho Pattern Stales and Eunpo
Fresh California Produce by cery Steappr. A'l ciders faithfully altcpdedV.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge Island oiders iq!i.
cited, Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Ror 145. Telephone No. G2. 108 ly
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, nnd all the Fixture, Glass Cases,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises.
P. O. Box 21)7.
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