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It bin pleased His Majesty to author.
Jzo the follow lug change In tin; Pin
gramme of tho Jubilee Fislhlths:
Saturday, November 20th,
Historical Procession tit U si. in.
Tuesday, November 23rd,
Alumina In the Pnlncu Grounds.
Wednesday, November 24th.
Alhhtlu Spoilt nt Miklkl :it 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Ball l loluni l'.ilnee.
Saturday, November 27th,
Military Parade ut Mnkikl at :'.10 p. m
Historical Tableaux at the Opein
House nl 8 p. ni.
Monday, Noyember 29th,
Slate Dinner nl loluni I'aliirc.
O. P. IAUKEA,
II. M.s Cliiimlicilaln
Iolaiil Palace, Nov. IS, ISsO.
BlrfUOl &Oo., HANKERS
llimolulu, Hawaiian thl.iuils
Jnuw Keliiingt! on tin)
13uuU ol Oitiiioriiiii, r. XP.
Ami their iiguuls in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG hONG.
Mcwi. N. .M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tlie C'liinineiclnl Hank Co., of bjdncy,
Tlio Coiuiiiuioi.il Hank Co., or Sydney,
Sydney, . . . , , i
The fiimU uf New Zealand: Auckland,
Clirislclnirch, snid V. clliiiglon,
The Hank of Hiitisli Columbia, Vic
loria, B.C., ant! Ponluinl, Or.
Transact a Genciul Hanking Business.
fledged to neither Sect ror Fatty.
But eitabllshed far the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 24. 188G.
The Advertiser is of opinion that
"to stimulate small industries it will
be essential to ensure cheap land,''
and that "Portuguese cannot afford
to pay the exorbitant rents demand
ed for suitable land and hope to
support their families." Yes, that
is about so. Land owners, as a
rule, have demanded a rental that
none but Chinamen could pay, and
hope to escape the insolvency court.
With cheap rice, bananai, and gar
den produce, even the Chinamen
are staggering under the burden
some of them have biokcn down,
and others are following. The price
of land here, both for rent and pur
chase, is something that no experi
enced farmer will care to look at.
A greater barrier to the establish
ment and perpetuation of industries
that relate to the boil does not exist
than the high price of land.
THEIR NAME IS LEGION.
A list of five names, followed by
"and others," is given in this morn
ing's JJcfuhl, as the first to give the
alarm of fire on Sunday night. No
doubt, our contemporary could have
gone on enumerating indefinitely;
for the numberof claimants of that
honor is really astonishing, and con
tinues increasing day after day.
Several additional individuals havo
notified a wish to be added to the
list to-dny, the third day after the
fire. Eiom tlie number and
earnestness of the claimants one
would think the first to give the
alarm is entitled to a big reward.
It certainly is the duty of anyone
who becomes cognisant of the exist
ence of afire wheie it ought not to
be, to make the fact known, if possi
ble, to the fire companies ; but the
performance of that duty does not
involve such gigantic consequences
that the establishment of the claim
of having done so, or of having
been the fir&t to do ho, becomes a
question of prime impoitancc.
WANTED, A JOSEPH.
If the editorial writing in Hono
lulu newspapers, during tho past
two or three years, were bound up
in one volume, Hawaii might boast
of the production of one of tho big
gest liooks in .the world. The
fcchemes proposed havo been varied
as their authors. "Diversified in
dustries" and "land settlement,"
like a couple of old family cows,
have been milked dry, half n dozen'
times. Much wisdom bus been
scattered abroad, but it has, for the
most part, like the daisies, been al
lowed to waste its sweetness" on tho
desert air, Diversified industries
and laud settlement have evoked
abundance of discussion, but very
Jittlo notion and less capital, Tlio
enterprises In these dU'cctions, nrb
of the future, not of the present.
Hitherto, fields have- been cultivated,
the wilderness converted into fertile
plains only in fancy, whilo rough
and rugged realities show vast
stretches of the most fertile lands
under the sun, bare, barren and un
inhabited. The unlimited agricul
tural possibilities of Hawaii nei are
generally conceded. That the land
ought to be inhabited with the fami
lies of an active and industrious
population is a fact that goes with
out slating; and the absurdity of
nine-tenths of what is written about
the "progress of the nation" with Its
soil lying idle, Is self-evident. The
kingdom, befoie any of the predic
tions regarding its future develop
ment can possibly be verified, must
needs sec the advent of a Joseph to
direct its affairs with at least :i fair
modicum of common sense. Is it
too much to expect that this land
may yet bring to the front a states
man of enterprise and wisdom under
whose directions bare and waste
lands may be changed into thriv
ing fields, supplying sustenance
to thousands of people? Such a
statesman will be the Joseph of Ha
The abrogation of the Reciprocity
Treaty or a further decline in the
price of sugar would bring ruin and
bankruptcy, at least it is so deter
mined by "those who know." Ad
mitting that tlie business of the
kingdom is mainly dependent on
sugar, there is, in the present out
look, all the more reason why the
industrial development of the coun
try should be placed on a broader
and more secure basis. When
plantations, whose returns vary from
dividends to losses, give place to
homesteads ; when cattle ranches
become small farm holdings ; when
the ten thousands of acres of fertile
lands on which industry has not
struck a blow from time immemo
rial arc placed under tribute to the
sturdy strokes of myriad rustics:
then, and, not before, will the coun
try be well fixed in conformity with
the first axiom jn political economy,
that "The wealth of nations consists
PROPERTY 6F A GREAT UNIVESITY.
The properties of the Johns Hop
kins University includes the follow
ing : Baltimore ami Ohio Railroad
stock, 15,037 shares, valued at
82,I'J5,.100; George's Creek Coal
and lion Company, G18 shares,
$77,250; Pittsburg and Connells
ville Railroad, 50, $4-1,500; Ohio
and Mississippi Railroad, 25, $19,
750; Virginia Midland Railroad C
per cent, 23, $32,480; Northern
Pacific Railroad, 50, $53,201.75;
St. Paul, Minnesota and Manitoba
Railroad, 50, $51,455.50; Cincin
nati, Washington and Baltimore
Railroad, second, 43, $30,025.(10 ;
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad,
50, $51,031.25; Virginia Midland
Railroad, 30, $22,450; Cincinuali,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, 40,
$41,250; Florida Railway and Na
vigation Company, $25,000: State
of Tennessee, 30, $22,400; State of
Maryland, 20, $21,000; City of
Terre Haute, funding, 50, $51,
990.05; city of Keokuk, refunding,
25, $25,715.97; Omaha Gas Manu
facturing Company, 25, $23,025;
St. Joseph city, Mo., Water Com
pany, 35, $80,575 ; Merchants and
Miners' Transportation Company,
20, $20,01C.G7. Other property:
32 and 34 Hopkins place, $110,507,
3G ; 20 Hanover street, $34,320.88;
2b 4, 8 and 10 Camden street, 832,
170; 171 West Baltimore street,
S80.5G3.29. University Buildings,
!ji50G,G31.9G; 19 South Gay street,
$10,289.71; Medical School, lot
and buildings, $33,029.24; 10G,
108 and 110 West Monument street,
$50,729.00; Clifton estate, $130,
039.08 ; chemical and philosophical
apparatus, $74,472.82; library,
$03,085.22; Baxley fund invest
ments, $25,571 ; W. Ferguson &
Bros. $14,000; cash on hand
August 31, 1880, 817,784.05. Theso
and many other items make a grand
total of $4,359,850.43.
The endowment was $!1,150,C79,
29; income on hand August 31,
188G, $131,290.33; income invested
in buildings, apparatus, etc., 8092,
929.08. The Cltfton estate has 280 acres
in it. A business man said yester
day it should be worth $2,000 per
acre. Johns Hopkins always con
aideicd it the most valunblo part of
the endowment. Assuming that
the buildings on North Howard
street, and their equipment are
worth what they cost, the property
of tho Johns Hopkins University is
worth to-day over $5,000,000. Tho
medical school lot was bought to
put up u medical school in connec
tion with the hospital. "Baltimore
Sun, Oct. 1.
"If pigs were to grow on trees,
what would bo a good namo for
them, Snooper?" "For what, Jog
gins, the pigs?" "No, the trees."
'Don't knows what would?"
"Porky pines." Pittsburg Chro
nicle. . Small Boy; very previous Esau
was a man who made fables and sold
tho copyright for a lot of potash,
,, HER HIGHEST SPHERE.
1vb fully agree willl "A Sister of
Truth" that there is a work for
each 10 do, but many, very many of
us, find that our homo circle must
bo tho extent of our field of labor,
and, indeed, wo think that a Christ
ian woman, who is a wife and
mother even though she may be
confined to tho narrow limits of her
home has a great work before her ;
a work of lasting inlluenees. For
who can tell how far the influence
and example of a truly Christian
woman may extend? Most hus
bands are inlluenced to a greater or
less extent, by the way in which she
carries her religion through all her
daily life. And how dimly do many
mothers realize the great responsi
bility of training their little ones,
Kor children grow in character
whatever their mothers train them
for almost. Just think for a mo
ment what a &plcmn thought it is!
this guiding of euc) immortal soul
confided to vour care. We often
hear women sighing and wishing fop
for a broader Held in which to la
bor for the Master, women whose
daily lives arc anything but an or
nament to the cause of Christ. Of
course, mothers have many trials
and vexations, a multitude of cares,
and oftpfi ill-health also to contend
with, but we arc told, that "as thy
days, so shall thy strength be."
We claim further that a Christian
has no more right to be cross and
fretful a?)d impatient, for if we
would live a true Christian life, we
must carry our icligion into every
detail of "our daily life. Tally wo
each have a work to do.
RIFES IN THE GERMAN ARMY.
One of our correspondents com
municates to us the announcement,
emanating from a German ollicial
source, that 1,500,000 of magazine
ritlcs, of a now design, and capable
of firing ten shots in rapid succes
sion, have been already made, and
are ready to be put into the hands of
their soldiers, which has occasioned
some surprise and no little satisfac
tion. The satisfaction arises not
alone from the fact that their army
is the first to be furnished with this
more effective weapon, but also
from tho knowledge that a secret
can be so well kept in that country,
THE CAPITAL OF DENMARK.
A letter in the St. Louis Globe
Deviocrat, thus speaks of the Danish
Capital: "Copenhagen and its envi
rons are rich in palaces, and tho
wealth of art that they contain is-an
unending surprise to one. The whole
of the sandy, rocky, low-lying is
lands of Denmark do not equal in
area the one State of West Virginia,
and even giving it centuries and an
equal population, who could expect
to find that State supporting such an
opera, such theatres, pleasure re
sorts, museums and art galleries, to
say nothing of the palaces, surpass
ing in their ' splendors any of the
Royal residences of France or Eng
AT THE LUAU nt tlie Talnne, last
TncMlay, a silver fiuit knif , pearl
hnndk clasping like a pocket knife,
Tlmlindir will be rewarded by leaving
the same at Mrs. Dudoit's, on King
Street. 01 21
I 7 ROM the (oincr of Kiniu an
? sncola Slieels Tuesday nfic
n liver and while Better pup, four
months old; answers to lite name of
"Spnllie." Finder will he rcwaidcd by
lcating her at the Central Cigar Stand,
at the ofllce of J E. Wiseman. 01 yt
JUST OPENED !
rpiIE FIRST CONSIGNMENT
A Pacific Coast Diaries for 1887.
Cull ntni'lm. nirtr-n Tllnrlnu
Quarto Dial ie, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Genu Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Cull early, iu they are belling very fa9t.
.1. II. SO PER,
AIL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
loi hidden to tresspavs or shoot
upon the lauds of Wailupoor Niu, Ii.
land of Oiiliu, and any ponies found
tresspassing t (.hooting on such hinds
will bo piohi cuud.
MHS. A PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 24, i6tC. 01 2w
Lpciation ot' 'J iik United Status,
Tho Prcbident of tho United Bta'oi of
Amuiiea haying jjisiguated 'IJiuiMlay,
November ITHIi iiMnnt, as a day of
Nationul Thanksgiving wilh thu reimn
mendiition that ft hu ohscrved by (he
people of thu Hepubllc iu returning
thanks to God for lite iiiuny blessings
Ho has Lu towcd upon tho American
nation und people,
Wherefore, 1 invito all Aniciicnu citi.
zens boIoui ning on these Inlands to make
ibiejohtcrvnneo of Thursday, November
Mill InMai.t, as a day of thanksgiving
and prniKu iu harmony with thu people
of tho United Stalls. Tho public iiro
coidially invited to participate In tho
ohscivauco of tho day.
FRANK 1 HASTINGS,
87 Acting Charge d'Amiircs U. S. A.
rpill'RE is a stray hone on tho nrom
X lees of tho subscriber which the
owner can havo by proving property and
MRS, A. LONG,
60 lw 1'iiuou Valley.
On Friday, Novombor 26th,
At 10 o'clock, n. in.
At tho rsldcnco of W. W WRIGHT,
Eq.,No. 172 Fort Street (opposito Ku.
kul) we wll mil nt Public Auction, the
entire Household Ptuullurc, consisting
HAIR CLOTH SOFA
15. W. Oiinc Sent Chairs, 1 Uigo
"Writing Desk, Hanging Lamps,
Lace Curtains and Cornices, Hug?,
Corner Whatnot, Center Tables,
Pictures and Brackets,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Single bedstead, Mosquito Netf,
Mutt) esses, Bureaus, Blanket, 11, W.
Extension i'ible, Meat Safe,
UROOKKRY and GLASSWARE,
Stovo and Kitohen Utensils, Etc
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
1 0 at Auctlouccrf.
Auction Salo of Elegant
By order of MR. JAS. DODI), we will
sell a( Public Am tion, on
TUESDAY, November 30th,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., .
At his late le-ddcncu No. 07 & lift Hotel
StiiMil, the En(ire Rous hold Fui-
nlturc, consisting in part of
I Ebony Parlor Set!
Upholstered In KiwSllk nnd Pbi'h;
tinny Centre Table, Marble Top,
IlairCUith Arm Chilis
1 GEAND SaUARE PIANO
(R, Van Minden, New York, Maker;
Chandeliers, Hanging Lamps,
2 Lnrgc Pier Mirrors, Pendant Vase?,
Panel Pictures, Steel Engraving,
Macneale &. Urban Fireproof Safe
Rattan Tables, B. W. Center Tables,
1 Massive Black Walnut Marble Top
Spring Mattresses, JIair PJIUws,
1 Mai hie Top Hair Bedioom Set,
Luge Centre lings, Sofa Hugs,
Black Walnut Book Case
1 Bed Lounge, Single Bedsteads,
Lambrequins and Curtains,
I B. W. Marble Top Side Board
Black Walnut Extension Table,
Bed and Tabic Liiun,
An assortment i f
Crockery & Glassware
Refrigerator, Cook Slove nnd
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC
JSP" The iiremibeb will be open frr in-t-pection
oi SATURDAY', November
27th, from !) a. ni. to 3 p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
00 Ot ' Auctioneer
GOOD MILCH COW, Apply
P. u. Box 4 ja 0 -It
A "WOMAN to dog'iieial hoiuownik
in a private family, where she will
have a good home. Enquire at LSuu.k
tin Oflice. 85 2w
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN no
(luaiiileil in ilonrilulii to eanvasH
for a line set of Hobday liooks. No ex.
pcrlencc niccsaiy, Good terms, nnd
line chance to miiLo money for a short
time. Addrets, GEO. II. DuKAY,
A COTTAGE, containing four or
more. ioom iu good, order, with
laige jurd. Address COTTAGE, stating
location and leinis P. O. Box 464.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1880. 80tf
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN
nor the agents of thu Brltlbh
lifil U W II I4rn(nn.. II ...til
.., .. ,, , ,, ,, iiibuii Will
be ii'Siinnthli, f ii nnv .lulii
contracted by the o" cers or crew.
F A. SOHAUFER & CO.
90 at Agents.
A NEW SinflP. 2'tf.u.t
long, 7 feet 0 indiea beam,
U fjet depth ol hold, and 3
tons burden, wlili bulla nm.
nlete. The vessel is in rwifW-f m.li.r
and will be sold cheui . Apply to
rT. IIOPP & OO.
7 KinK Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
kinds f '
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHATS TO RENT
F r '' ', tr Parlies n small or largo
8I) quanlilfis. ly
Ge tiemen's Waterproof Coats
Of Fiiperior quality,
And tit l.tusonfblo Prices,
EI). nOFFSOULAEGEK & CO.,
Queet tt., adjoining E. P. Adams & Go's
Auction Room, 80 lw
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives nnd children will rejolco,
Having lound tho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Streot, S, F, k'J
For sale Everywhere,
II. HACKFELD & Co,
JOHN II. SOPER lcquetts that nil.
oiders for Hie VhriMtnitiNM Pic
lorinl iaiois be sent iu before the
departure of tlie net mail for tlie Coast
to avoid disappointment. 73
1 HEREBY give notlco that from
anil after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188G. 28 3m
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid ixc'ssive sweating by
having them clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horse Clipping Machine.
Hoisis called for and returned free of
( luirce. Ring up Telephone No. 82.
Or npply to MILES & HAYLEY,
CO lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
A NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
b'e Route of liiooms, with modern
improvements and got d yard. Fuiuith
ed or unfurnished; a lines location, and a
mft h titrable place. A long term ten
ant desired. Applv to
Real Eslnte Accnt and Collector, No.
42 Mcirluint Strict. 82tf.
ROOMS TO LET.
J BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kcwiilo, by the day, week or month.
Applv on premises to
H8 lm W. I. KAIIALEMAUNA.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
ACottnge on Lunnlilo and I'likol
Streets, furnished complete for House
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
large garden. Applv to
CI1AS. J. FI8HEL,
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel 8ts
THOSF. VERY DESIRA
blu premises No. lflSNuuanu
Avenue. Dwelling contain
8 looms; airy basement under all ; kitch
en, pantry, bathroom and bci vant's room
Httached, carriage house, stable, fowl
house; all conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful 1( cation; neat grounds, fruit
trees. Ten minutes' wnlk from Post
Ofllce. Enquire ndjolning premises of
72 tf J. H, WOOD.
ONE 4-YEAR-OLD MARE, broken
to harnss and saddle.
One Open Side liar Bugny.
One Honolulu mado Brake.
One Single Strop Harness.
For particulars enquiro i.t
82 lSt PANTHEON STABLES.
Will bo open every aftornoon nnd even.
ing as follows:
aioutln)', TucHitay, AVoiliieHiluy and
Tohe public in genernf.
For ladies nnd gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and chlldriu.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday nnd iBaiurduy Eonlngs.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on 1 in nil for salo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
nnd a general assortment of
4153 Bar Prop. y
lias just received ex Zealandia, a beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid gloves
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers.
A Irift II ll t Mil ".-. 1 XT U -I 4--. vllNnnwn
xiiau lviifc&us vviijllu oiippuis,
PATENT LEATHER PUM
A Fine stock of
Satin, Sis and Casliere;., .
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
No. (10 Nuuanu Street.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakca Streets,
Has icccivcd per "Claus Spreckels," "Discovery," nnd "Alameda"," a choice as
sortmcut of new goods consisting in part of
Fre b Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs nnd Tins, Plum Pud
dine:, 1, 2 and 81t 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 Raisins, Currants, Dates, Nius, Diuct's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimus, Soused Mackerel, Oysters, Assorted Extracts, Choco
late, Prune?, Baking Powder, Tt a, Flour, SVheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Bread, Crackers add Cuius, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French,Peas, Brooms,
Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, Kerosiuc Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment of
leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. T4tf
LEWIS & 00., GROCERS,
111 JToi-t Htroet,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Cr'se & lilnekwcll'-. GoodJ, coosistlngof Mixed Pickles, Pioklcd Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable, Bloater Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Ham and Chicken, Potted Game, Divilled Ham, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Sausages. Philippe &
Canand's Truffled Paic Paitrjdgcs, do Quail, do Larks, do Snipes, do Wood,
cocks, do 1 lover; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seeds, Bottles .Mayonnaise Sauce, Mub
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce, India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conserve, Bottles French Truffles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmason Cheese, Jordan Almonds. Philllpe & Canand's Truffled Pato de fais
n.s,Tinsi whole Roast Partiidge, do Giousc, do Pheatnts, Tin Biussels Spiouts,
Tin Sago and Onions, Prcsuived Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb tin
Ciossu is Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Ilnre,
1 lb liu Mince Meat, .h tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soles, 1.1b
tin Prawn', Real Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fresh Cod Roes, Mb tin English
Spiced Bief, 2-lb Bottle French Plume, -Ih tin Champignon", 2 oz Boltlu
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, J-lb Bottles India Cuiry Powder, 4 cz do. I'hlllire &
Canand's Pellt Pals, Lib tin Crosse & Blackwell's Ox'nll Soup, do Mock Tur
Hu Soup, do Julicnnu Soup, do Chicken Broth, Lib tin Mulllgntawny Soup, do
Grousu Soup, do Glblet Soup, -do Hot Potch Soup, do Vcnetablo Soup, do
Cockle Lckie Soup, do Green Peas Soup do.Mutton Broth, do Soup mid liouilli
do Ronst Fowl, do Carrots, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onions, -lb tin Black
Leicestershire Mushrooms, Mb tin Fresh Tripe, do Irish Slew, do Alamodo
Beef, do Boilid Mutton, do Harrlcol Mutton, do Stcucd Kidneys, do Calfshcad,
do Calfshead and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Hoabl Vcnl, 4-lb tins Botled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripp. .
J, T, Morton's Goods, ' artoons Muscatels, '-Oai toons MuScnt'els, Quarts Mont,
scrrat Llino Juice, .Pint Worcestershire Sauce, Pints dodo, tins Cocca
and Milk, do Moore's Chocolate nnd Milk, Tins Smith':. Cotlce and Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, SniHll Bottles Smith's Lssence Onllee, Tins Patent Groats,
Lib tins ftymlngt'in Pea Floiir, if-tlna Van Houston's Cocoa, 2.1b Vnil fc'eotcb
uauncai, M.io papers 'jpp's iiomeopatnio uoeon, y.iu hub jspp's vaniiia. uuoc.
olate, tf.lb packages; Lit lb tins Cot,oalina, flC do' i)o. Oakley's Knifq I'blisb,
1 lb tins Pearl' Sago, dp Ground Rice, do Fla'ku Tapioca, 'do Cambridge Rau-
ages, Sinnll Tins uxtoru bausnges; iinrgo tins do, uoiemaii juigfisn jnusiaiu
n Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thyme, Dried Sanm, Suvorj , Dried Marjoram,
' tins Pigeon Pie, CaVenno Pepper,
Edam Chcise, Bottlcj Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking, Tins do Paste
do, K-tin Potted Ham and Tongue, U-ila Potted Turkoy and Tongue, Pints
Duret's French Salad Oil, J-plntB do. Cnnso & Blackwell's Salad Oil, and
inucb more too numerous to mention, nil of which we (Her for salo at reason,
able figures,' Fresh Ico House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern Stales and Eurrpo
Fresh California Troduco by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of charge. Island orders foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed, Post Ofllce Box 145. Telephone No. 1)3. 108 ly
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Gents' Neckwear in: f j
Store for' Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixtures, Glass Cases,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O..Box 297.
M pints SupeilorTablu Vinegar, Lanlng'a
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