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It lim pleased Ills Majesty lo luitlmr.
izc tho following chniigi" In the l'ro.
gruinmcof thu Jubilee KistUUlls:
Saturday, November 20th,
Historical Procession ut !) u in.
Tuesday, Novombor 23rd,
Ahnnlmi In tlio Pnlaco Uiouiuls.
Wednesday, Novombor 24th.
Athlitlc SpoiU ul Mnkikl at 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Bull til luhtni l'alncu.
Saturday, November 27th,
Military Parade at MnUkl ul 2:30 p. m
lIlslorm.it Tableaux nt the Opcia
House at 8 p. m.
Monday, Noycmber 29th,
State Dinner ul Ioliml ralace.
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolanl Pnlucc, JS'ov. 18, 1SS13.
bishop- & Co., jiAXiciata
Honululii, Hawaiian Inlands
i ravs Exchange on the
J3.aiUc ul OiUUoriilii, ft. ".
Anil thoir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcsms N. M. Rothtehihl & Son, London
The UiimmcKMul Hank Co., ol biluey.
The Coininertiiil Hank Co, ol Sydney,
Sulney, , , .
The li.iuk ot New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohiistohuich, and Wellington,
The B.mk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., ami Portland, Or.
Transact u Oencial Banking Business.
odged lo noithor Sect nor Party.
Lnt established for tho benefit of all.
MONDAY. NOV. 22. 188G.
IT WILL INJURE US ABROAD.
A class of people exists in this
country which objects to the pub
lication of doings that arc discredit
able, to the exposure of evils that
exist, and to the public criticism of
acts and proceedings that aic wrong
or doubtful, because it xcill injure
us (.broad. This class is a sui
generis of the Hawaiian Islands.
Like the kangaroo of Australia or
the coyote of America, it cannot be
found elsewhere. Perhaps it is a
peculiar pioduction of the remark
able climate. It cannot be the soil,
because the class is mostly com
posed of exotics. " .locver heard
or read in any country under the
sun, excepting the " Paradise of
the Pacific,"' of people contending
for the concealment of rightable
wrongs and lemcdiable evils, on
the ground that exposure would
produce un unfavorable impression
in other eountiics?
It would appear from the talk of
this class of people that the exist
ence of corruption and deformity is
something that should be calmly en
dured by all good people, and above
all Bhoultl be carefully concealed b'
the local papers, because these
papers may be read in San Fran
cisco, in "Washington, and in other
parts of the world, and tourists will
be prevented fioin coming here,
capital will bo kept out of the
country, and our tiado will be dam
aged by a truthful representation of
the leal state of things. It is no
sin to bring people to the country,
especially if they have a littlo spare
cash, by false lcprescntations, be
cause everyone who comes spends
more or less money, and that helps
trade and is for the public good.
Oh, no, that is all right! But to
tell the truth is wicked, very wicked,
and those iiewsnapeis which have
been in the habit of doing so have
n great crime to aiibwer for.
We confess we do not belong to
this class of pcrbons nor to their
6chool of morality. Wo have list
ened patiently lo their harangues,
and tried haul to become affected
by their teachings. "Willi the meek
ness of a lamb have we sat at their
feet while they have expounded and
emphasized and enlarged upon and
repeated again and again, the enor
mity of the deeply dyed guilt of a
man who is so degraded and pol
luted as to admit into (ho columns
of a newspaper any reference to
obliquities, that might be construed
as disci editable to the people prac
tising or tolerating them, because it
injures vs abroad.
And after all, we aieyetinour
sins, and yet uncouvinccd. AVe do
not see, cannot see, that it is tho
duty of a public journal to bo silent
in lclatloil lo political feoetal, and
moral blemishes, because an expo;
sure of them is liable to beget a bad
impression outside. Hut wo can
sco and do sec falseness, selfishness,
and"a lack of principal in tho doct
rine of the class of people above
referred to. Moreover, wo have
been trained in the belief that it is
one of the first duties of a public
journal to point out wrongs and
cxpoc evils, legardlcss of conse
quences ; and it is now rather late
in the day to exchange this faith
for one dinmetiically opposite.
Although this Is a duty which
every independent paper nccepts
and which no respectable paper can
entirely shirk, it is a duty that is
alwavs more or less disagreeable.
No decent journal deals with shady
mattcis for the love of it, or for the
sake of gratifying a taste of that
particular nature. Evils arc exposed
that they might bo remedied. This
is the object of the respectable
journal. And everybody knows
that exposure is not without bene
ficial results, even here where
public men have affcotcd to believe
that newspaper complaints are
merely ebullitions of disappointed
politicians. Speaking for our
selves, it is always more agrcoablo
to note commendable acts and pro
gressive movements, than to dilate
UU uuiriiimuu .urn icuuitsaiuii
and had we nothing but perpetual
eulogy of our public men and public
affairs with which to fill our
columns, we should bo extremely
pleased and delighted.
Let those who have the direction
and management of state concerns
set to woik, with honesty and
ability, "to remedy the evils that the
press has, again and again, exposed
to view, and the Honolulu papers
will be found leady and willing to
chronicle the fact and support the
effort, and an end will come to the
irrational talk about the papers in
juring us abroad. The evils them
selves arc damaging us both at
home and abroad ; not the endeavors
of the press for their removal.
The loud alarms sounded by the
San Francisco papers that the Ha
waiian Islands are in danger of
being gobbled up by Great Britain
ought to cause some very serious re
flections in the minds of the people
of this kingdom. The history of
territorial acquisition by which that
power now guides the destinies of
about every sixth inhabitant of the
globe, proves that her statesmen
have not been over scrupulous as to
the methods employed for accom
plishing their purpose in this direc
tion. The pretexts under which
colony has been added to colony and
province to province have not been
characterized by much superfluity of
sentiment respecting the rights of
It is quite reasonable to suppose
that Great Britain, having in view
Pacific lines of steamers and a Paci
fic cable, both of which are intended
to touch the Hawaiian Islands,
should contemplate the practicability
of annexing this garden of the Paci
fic to her already vast possessions.
Since the policy of the Hawaiian
Government tends, at the present
time, so directly to the subversion
of the national independence, the
question of whether the country is to
fall into the arms of the Great Re
public or of the Empire on which the
sun never sets, will be forced upon
the attention of the people. Another
Legislative Assembly of the same
stripe as that of 188(5 will certainly
precipitate the issue ; and it is for
those nt present controlling the
political affairs of Hawaii, if they
possess a bcmblancc of interest in
the future of tho country beyond
their own personal aggrandizement,
to seriously consider measures for
constitutional and legislative reform,
and thus forestall thu consideration
and final solution of these problems
by statesmen in London or "Washing
ton. A NEW LIGHT.
Tlicie has been recently intro
duced in Germany, a new gas light
which promises to combine tho
brilliancy and steadiness of electri
city with the cheapness of kero
sene. Tho burner is madeby satu
rating a cylinder of cotton fabric
with solutions of certain metalio
salts, which when exposed to a high
temperature, do not fuse, but be
come incandescent. This cylinder
is placed in tho flame of a Bunscn
burner, which ns is well known,
burns a mixture of gas nnd air in
such propoi lions its to produce pcr
fecfcorabuBtion, as evinced by tho
production of a bluish flamo almost
rfc'UrcIv luhilndus. Tho
burns away in a few moments, leav
ing n skeleton, so to speak, of meta
lie salts, which is healed to ft white
heat by tho JJunscn llamo and be
comes strongly incandescent, send
ing out a lighl which strongly re
sembles Incandescent electric light
In both qunlily nnd power. From
tho figures given it would appear
that in proportion to tho illuminating
power, the above described light is
from four to five times cheaper than
that furnished by the ordinary gns
Part of the declared policy of the
present Hawaiian Government in
cludes a course of lessons to be
given in Samoa lo the benighted in
habitants of that group, on political
0001101113 One of tho first chapters
of the text-book will probably treat
of mail contracts and mail steamship
subsidies, The Samoans will be
taught how, where and what for,
such subsidies arc to bo paid. The
company in whose interest an act of
parliament is passed to provide a
regular mail service, will be bound,
in terms of the statute, lo carry tho
mails when they please, and at other
times, lo leave the pai tics of the other
part, to be accomodated, by some
foreign power. As tho Hawaiian
Government is incapableof arranging
a regular mail service with the rest of
the world, the diplomatic tutors' in
structions to the Samoans cannot
fail to be highly appreciated. For
the past twelve months, the only
regular mail service on which the
Hawaiiap Islanders had to rely has
been that provided by New Zpaland.
Outside of this scivice, the Ha
waiian mails to and from the Coast
have been carried in a hap-hazard
sort of fashion, the terms of the sub
sidy to the contrary notwithstand
TO SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US.
In the New York Independent of
Sept. 28rd, James Ryan, the Lon
don correspondent of that paper,
makes the following reference to
Hawaiian affairs, which is reprinted
for the boncflt of those who like to
see what outsiders say about us.
' 'The public press is, it seems to me,
unduly elated because a printer's devil
has been made Minister of Foreign
Affairs to the King of the Sand
wich Islands. Considering that we
ourselves aic jn the act of making a
ministry out of the queerest mate
rials, only one of whom is said to be
gifted w ith the faculty of speaking
French, there need be nothing to
strike us as so very ridiculous in
the matter. As to its being in any
way -. parallel case to that of the
stud gioom who was made Prime
Minister by the Late Ruler of Mo
dena, I repudiate it with indignation.
If to have been an ollicc uoy in a
provincial newspaper is not 'a liberal
education,' it is not a bad substi
tute, as times go, for a Conservative
one, and moreover, the individual
in question became afterward a
compositor and reader."
The Independent's correspondent
might have ndded to "compositor
and leader," public writer, news
paper editor, member of a colonial
parliament, and an executive ollicer
of a constitutional government.
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
The following, from the Now Zeal
land Herald of the 8th instant, is
of interest to the people of the
Hawaiian Islands: Tho company
has been already formed. The
estimated cost is 2,000,000; total
annual subsidy, 100,000; all the
lines of the Canadian Government
to be used free ; to be constructed
in the following sections : The first
will be from Brisbane, or some part
of New South "Wales, to the North
Capo of New Zealand, a distance
of 1,300 knots; the second from the
North Cape to Fiji, 1,210 knots; the
third to Fanning Island, 2,270
knots; the fourth to one of the
Sandwich Islands, 1 ,200 knots ; the
fifth to Vancouver's 'Island, 2,730
knots ; and the sixth across tin: island
and tho Straits of Georgia to Van
couvcrs city, on the Pacific coast;
the terminus of the Canadian Pacifio
railway, 100 miles; total length,
8000 miles. The Hackay-llennett
cable across tho Atlantic will trans
mit at -Id a word, and the total
charge from Vancouver city to Lon
don will bo Is Id. It is expected
that the Imperial Government will
find half the ftiibskly, the Australian
Colonics the other half. Tho maxi
mum charge for Press messages to
be 2s, ami ordinary messages 4s, a
Gran, Hungary, Nov. 8. A lire
has occurred in the cathedral hero,
destroying soveral pictures and
damaging the interior badly. Tho
edifice had a narrow escape from
total destruction. This cathedral is
considered the most magnificent
modern building in Hungary.
London, November Dili. Ilanlan
has decided to low no more races in
England during the present season.
Ross and Leo havo accordingly
abandoned the idea of a match with
Ilanlau and Tcuoyckc,
LEADS THEM ALL 1
Your wives and children will rejoice,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street, S. J?, 8!)
For sale Everywhere.
A COTTAGE, containing four or
more rooms, In good order, with
huge yorb Aihli es-s CO'l TAOE, stating
location nnd terms. P. O. Bex 4M.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 18SG. t?0. t
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN ac
quainted in Honolulu lo canvass
for a lino set of Holiday Hooks. No ex
pcrieneo nccesnry. Good It mis, and
line chance lo make moncv forasl.oit
time. Address, GEO. II. DnKAY,
8!l 1V Honolulu.
Til HIE Isnshny horo on t'm prem
ises of the sub-criber which tho
ownci can have by proving properly and
MRS. A. LONG,
60 lw. Puuoa Valley.
BILLIARD MATCH !
AT 0. J. McCarthy's Hall, Fort Street,
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock
between Wm. Hone and Jas S.iunders,
for a puric of 5Q, Admission fine.
jr. hopp sc oo.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers anil Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to,
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Halls or 1'aiiies in small or large
89 qiunliliis. ly
THE mow supply of Book", Diariea,
Siallonciy, NoveltifF, Xmas Caicli,
Toys, and Fancy Goods leccived by T.
G. Timuu per Zealandia, will make
Santa Glaus' Headqnarler.sthe atti active
spot of thu city for old and yuug, ns
usual 69 lw
A NEW SLOOP, 2) fe. t
long, 7 feet 0 inehes beam,
ii feet di'pih of hold, and '.
tons burden, with sails com-
Thu vc9cl lb in purfect oider
and will be sold clicnj
E, R. RYAN.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCIC
holdcrs of the Knhiiltii Kailrond
Co., held at their olllco November 20 b,
the following ofliccrs were elected for
the ensuing yeni :
S. G. WILDER President
W. C. WILDER Treasurer
G. P. WILDER Secroiary
88 3t G. P. WILDER, Scc'y.
AT A MEETING OF THE PTOCK
holdcrs of thn Hawaiian Railroad
Co., held nt their nfllce November EOih,
188fl, tho following ofHun weie elected
for tho cn-uing yeai :
S. G. WILDER President
W. C. WILDER Treasurer
C. L. WIGHT Secretary
88 31 O. L.WIGHT, Sco'v.
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
.lutt lecelvcd x "Zialundla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Having Fecuied tho Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wejare prepared to execute all
House oi Sig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
fcuaaji, rrfffi-t it&ie mMfif'
Legation or tut. Unitkm Static
Tho Piesldcnt of tho Unllcil Slales of
Amotion having designated Thtiisday.
November 2)th initnnt, ns a dny ol
Nallonnl Thanksgiving with tho recom
mendation Hint it ho nbscivcil by the
people of thu Republic in returning
thanks to Gotl for the many blcslngs
Ho has leMowcd upon tho American
nation ami people,
Whcioforc, 1 Invito nil Ainciicnn cltl.
yens sojourning on these Islands to make
dticlobscrvanco of Thursday, Novcmbcr
25'h lustant, ns a dny of thanksgiving
niul prnlso In linrinnnv with thu peop'o
of tho United StnWs.' Tho public nyo
cordially invited to participate In tho
observance of tho dnv.
FRANK 1 HASTINGS,
S7 Acting Charge d'Aflaires U. S. A.
Gentlemen's Waterproof Coats
Of superior qunlily,
And at Roasonarjlo Prices,
HI). HOFFSOIILAEGER & CO.,
Qucet ft., adjoining K. 1 Athuns it Go's
Auction Itooin. 811 1 w
A WOMAN to do iii'iicrnl housework
XX in a inhnto futility, w here alio will
have n good home.
at Bui in.
TOHN II. SOPEK icqucts that nil.
tJ onlers for the DhriNtmnHK l2c
torilil papers bo sent in before tho
dcpnituii! ul'tlic next mall for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. 7.1
HEREBY nivo notice that from
and after this dale, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the vi itten order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 168C. 28 3m
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
nnd avoid cxec-slvo sweating by
having them clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horso Clipping Machine.
Hoists called for nnd returned frl-o of
charge. Ring up Telephone No. 32.
Or apply lo MILE3 & HAYLEY,
GO lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
ble Home of (irooms. with modern
improvements and good yard. Fuinlth
cd or unfurnished; a ilno location, nnd a
mi st di sirable place. A long term tcn
nnt desired. Applv to
Real Estate Agent and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Stn-ct. 82tf.
KOOMS TO IiET.
IURNTsIIED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kewulo, by the day, weeK or month.
Applv on promises to
1 8 lm W. I. KAHALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO IET.
A T No 8 EMMA STHEET.
quire on tbc niemises.
80 tf CAPT. B.WHITNEY.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cottage on Lnimlilo and Plikoi
Streets, furnished complete for House
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
CIIAS. J. FISI1EL,
43 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
THOSE VERY DESIRA.
bio premises No. 105 Nuuanu
Avenue. Dwelllnc contains
8 rooms; aiiy basement under nil ; kitch
en, panlry, bathroom nnd seivant's room
attached, enmnge house, bhible, fowl
house; all conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful keation; neat giounds, fruit
tioc. Ten minutes' walk from Post
Ollicc. Enquire adjoining premises of
72 tf . J. H. WOOD.
ONE 4-YEAH-OU) MARE, broken
to harnss and saddle.
Ono Open Side linr Buggy.
One Honolulu made Broke.
One Single Sirup Hurno3s.
For paitlculnrs enquire 1 1
62 lflt PANTHEON STABLES.
Will bo open every nftcinoon and even.
ing us follows;
Sloiulny, Tut'Hduy, Wciliiemlny mill
Totho public iu general.
For Indies nnd gentlemen.
For Indies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Haw'nOairiaKoManf'gCo., riS 00 100
E. O. Hall Si Son, (ntw issue) 100
3 100 100
C. Browcr & Co.,
Wniluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Intcr.Islnnd S. N, Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokei
38 Merchant Street. 101 ly
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
November 6th, 8th & 9th.
The Leading- 3Jilliiiexy Hoiiset
No. CO Nuuanu fctreet.
GHAS. HUSTAGE, GROGER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received per "Clans Spree kels," "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
sortment of new goods contisting in part of
Fro h Anples, Capo Cod Cranberries, Minco Meat in Tubs nnd Tin", Plum Pud
dint, 1, 2 and 8 lb tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table RaUins, Currants, Dates, Nuis, Dnret's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimos, Soused Mackerel, Ovsters, Assorted Extracts, Choco
late, Prune, Baking Powder, Ttn, Flour, Wheat, Com, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Brcurl, Crackers ndd Cnkts, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Cattllu Soap, To'.lct Soap, Kerosino Oil, Bran and Oats nnd a ganeral assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JPort Street,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Cr(sse& lllackwcir- Good', conBistingof Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable, Bloater Paste, Poited Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Ham aud Chicken, Potted Game, Devilled Hnm, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, Largo tin Bologna Snu-ngrs. Philippe &
Canand's Truffled Pa'o Paitridgeh, do Quail, do Larks, do Snipes, do ood
corks, do I lover; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seeds, Botiles Mayonnaise Sauoe, Mush
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. Intlin Soy, Essence, Anchovlee , Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conseive, Bottles French Truffles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmason Cheise, Jordan Almonds. Phillipe & Cnnnnd'rt Truffled Pate do fnis
(JraB.Tins whole Roast Partildge, do Gioubo, do Phensnls, Tin Biuisels Sprouts,
Tin Sago and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb lin
Ciosbo & Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Bcof Mnrrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, .h tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soles, Mb
tin Prawn', Ileal Yarmouth Bloaters, 1.1b tin Fresh Cod Roes, Mb tin English
Spiced Bcof, 2-1U Bottle French Plums, J-lh tin Champignon0, 2 oz Bottle
Caput Capers, 4 oz do. Jrf-lb Bottles India Curry Powder, 4 oz do. l'hilliro &
Canand's Petit Rats, 1.1b "tin Crosse & Blackwell's O.vnil Soup, do Mock Tur
Ho Soup, do Julienno'Soiip, do Chicken Broth, Mb tin Mulligntnwny Soup, do
Grouso Soup, do Giblcl Soup, do Hot Potch boup, do Ycuetablo Soup, do
Cockle Lokie Soup, do Greeu lJcas Soup, do Muitou Broth, do Soup and Bouilli
do Rcast Fowl, do Carrolb, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onion?, .lb tin Blnck
Lelcefctcrohire Mushrooms, Mb tin Fresh Tripe, do Irish Stew, do Alamodo
Bcof, do Bulled Mutton, do Harricot Mutton, do bteved Kidneys, do Oalfshead,
do Cnlfshend and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, 4.1b tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods. i nrtoons Muscatels, if-Cartoons MuscntclB, Quarts Mont,
serrnt Lime Juice, Jj.Plnt AN owetcrnhlru Sauce, Pints do do, yi tins Cocca
and .ill ik, uo nioore's uuoconvio anu ininc, rins Binitir? uoiico aim juiik, uo
Cocoa and Milk, Small Bottles Smith's JiBsenco Colleo, Tins Patent Grouts,
Mb tins yymingtnn Pea Flour, ,f.tins Vali Houston's Cocoa, 21 b Vnil fcenlch
Oatmenl, M-lh papers Epp's Homeopathic Cocoa, 7-lb tins Epp's 1
olate, .lb packages; 1.0 lb tins Coumtiiia, 3 0 do do, Oakley's I
1 lb tins Pearl Bngo, do Ground Rico, do Flake Taplocn, do Cni
sages, Small Tins Oxford Sausages, Lnrgo tins do, Colciniui Eng
In Bottles, do in Tius, Dried Thj me, Dried Sauin, Savory, Dm
sages, Small Tins Oxford Sausages,
; una x igcuu j. it, uujiiiuu x cijcr, yi pints oupuiiur iliuiu Y illegal, fnuinn a
Edam Cheese, Bottlej Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo B'ncking, Tins do Paslo
do, i-tln Potted Ham and Tongue, J-tln Potted Turkey mid Tongue, Plnls
Dnret's French Salad Oil, J.plnts do. Crosso & Blackwell's Salad Oil, and
much morotoo numerous to nfeution, all of which wo offer for sale at reason
able figures. Fresh Ico House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by every Packet from tho Eabtein States and Europe
Fresh California Troducoby every Steamer, All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part or tho city frco of charge. Island orders lo'.l
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Offlco Box 14C. Telcnlione No. 02. 108 ly
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoic now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture", Glass Cases,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O. Box 207.
i vnniua. utioc.
Lnrgo tins do, Colciniui Engllbh Mustard
Kfolf.i- . ...
ujcsst .4 s. -f . r
wat-LA t ft i j.u,c , id
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