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It bus pleased His Mnjosty toniilhoi.
lo tin- following change in the Pro.
griinunc of the Jubilee Kisthlllns
Saturday, November 20th,
Historical Procession nl 1) n. m.
Tuesday, November 23rd,
Ahnniun in the Pul.iuo Uio mils.
"Wednesday, Noverubor 'SJith.
AthUtlu Spoils ul MiihiM ul 1 i. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Ball ul Iolunl P.ilucu.
Saturday, November 27th,
Milttaiy Paiatle nt MnkiUi nt 8:110 p. m
Historic il T.ibliMiu nt thu 0,e u
House ul 8 p. in.
Monday, November 20th,
Stnlc Dinner al Iolunl Ta are.
II. M.'s Chamberlain
lolnnl Palace, KuV. It-', 1S-0.
11. Mini ul n, Hawaiian Inlands
Draw Kxchaimo on tin
13n.nU- ol OiUilovuiii, S. Xr.
Ami their agents in
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs N. JM Iiothschild & Son, London
The Coininuirinl IlwtiU Co., of tjdiiuy,
The Cominerciiil Hank Co. of tydiify,
The li.mk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chiistclniich, uiul Wellington
The Bank of British Coluniliin, Vic
toria, B. C, miii I'orUiiuil, Or.
Transact a General Barking Business.
PUJged to neither Soct nor Party.
But established for the bcucCt cf all,
In response to the call made upon
all citizens of tho United States, on
behalf of the Fiesident, by the
Charge de Affaires in Honolulu, and
the invitation to other nationalities
to unite with them for the purpose,
tliankkbgiving services weie held to
day in Fort-Street Church and St.
Andrew's Cathedral, It is an occa
sion which not only citizens of the
Great Republic but also all the in
habitants of Hawaii may well take
note "of. The people of these
Islands are, in many specific points,
highly favored. Tho social distur
bances, labor riots, political compli
cations involving possibly wars,
battles and sieges, devastations by
storm and Jloo'il and many other
public calamities, are known tons,
as a people, only through the for
eign mails. A cosmopolitan people,
made up of fragments of all nations,
it is n matter which may be cited as
a cause of devout gratitude that we
are almost completely free fiom the
race quarrels that disturb other
countiies. Direct collisions be
tween dilfeient races and nations
arc all but unknown to us. The
proclamation of a Thanksgiving
Day, in the term1 in which it is
issued, is a public recognition of the
Supreme Being, as the Author of
all good, on the part of one of the
greatest of the nations of the earth.
This is a feature of the day which
entitles It to observance by all
nationalities here, and is regarded
by many of them as presenting a
claim upon their attention of a
broader character than if it were
received merely as nit appointment
peculiar to tho United States, The
commercial reverse that was dread
ed a year ago, the abrogation of the
JJecipiocity Treaty, has been nt
least, postponed, and the trade of.
Hawaii goes on, 'as before, without
appreciable contraction. Not only
havo the resources of the country
met the demands ot the inhabitants
for sustenance, lint the elements
give promise of a continuance of
similar conditions during the coming
year. A very impoi taut item in an
enumeration of the favors for which
tho people of this city have to be
grateful to a kind Providence, is
found in the extiaordiuary absenco
of cases of destitution or buffering
arising out of the gieat lite of April
last. In no other city of the world,
probably, could a calamity so wide
spread and sudden have befallen
the inhabitants, to be succeeded by
audi moderate demands upon pub
lic charity. The foregoing are a
few of the facts- in our Hiiiioumlings
during the past year that may well
induce us to join our voices with
those of tho citizens of tho United
fclntes in tho gejictzil "Te JDeum
Laudanum" of tho national Than-
AT ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Following is the sermon delivered
by the Kuv. Geo. Wallace, A. M.,
pastor of the second congregation,
this forenoon, at the Cathedral :
"Giving thanks always for all
things unto God and tin- Father in
the name of our Lord Jesus Christ."
After briclly referiing to tho his
tory of the annual Thanksgiving
Festival as observed in New Eng
land and nftciwards throughout tho
whoUi of the United States, the
As wo keep this day, dear friends,
conjointly with a grca, people in
thanking' God for tho blessings of
the fiuitful earth, for law. order
and civilization, for free speech, and
for libeity of conscience to serve
God and our fcllowuien, as reason,
conscience and Divine levelnlion in
struct us, let us give our minds to
a few thoughts upon which wc may
meditate with profit.
The romantic and genial features
sunounding this celebration as we
see it in the past, may, we fondly
trust, long .surround the day with
bcnellcent iiilluences. As wc dcploic
a secularized Christmas, so must
wc dcploic a Thanksgiving Day into
Which Ihc thought of God docs not
enter. There is no histoiical
Thanksgiving without the worship
of God, the woid of God, the house
of God, and the grace of God in
voked upon thu festiyaj meal, mak
ing it religious. These godly ele
ments can not be left out without
defacing and dishonoring thu occa
sion. Let sneers nt piety, fashion
and frivolity, politics, mercantile
greed, and "an irrational rationa
lism" ptowd these aside and Ihnnk
lcssncss takes Die place of thanks
giving. Men or women who take the
gifts, make merry over the bounty,
eat the fat and drink the sweet, and
forget uttcily the Providing Father,
while they may not be avowc dis
believers or atheists are guilty of the
meanest ingratitude and shew that
in them the" lusts of the llesh have
had their vulgar triumph over the
things 'of the spirit. We shall be
true tO'Our Christian faith in refusing
to empty any day of solemnity ami
worship of Ms significance and
As society is elevated and Christ
ian civilization advances men come
to a higher appreciation of the higher
reasons for gratitude. The Thanks
giving Day is not for a return of
praise to God for the fruits of the
Earth alone. If we aic at all thank
ful to God for the blessings of this
life, wo will reflect upon the com
parative woith of the several in
gredients which satisfy us, and for
which we toil. Wc must take into
consideration as calling for devout
acknowledgment many things which
three generations ago no sermon
could have mentioned, which the
sun had not ripened, nor the inven
tive genuis of man discovered, nor
the exploier found, nor the earth
widened to give them loom.
The devout and well instructed
christian will in- ins' thanksgiving
include a special recognition of what
science lias done to unfold the won-
dious secret of the constant connec
tion between the cieation and the
creator whom wc adore, as the all
wise, all powerful, all loving per
sonal God, whose mercy is over all
His works, We give God thanks
that after a period of jealousy and
panic the rccoucilliatiou of faith and
science has begun and that, every
day, science is affording to faith, in
every department of civilization,
froni the Jcast to the greatest, mag
nificent illustrations of the ceaseless
working of God in Mic things that
He has made. For every good book
w Inch gives added clearness to the
demonstration that tho Divine au
thor of natuie is the God of grace;
for every discovery in the healing
ait wheieby pain is soothed or
disease arrested ; for every addi
tion to a knowledge of the laws of
health, whereby physical living is
made sweeter and cleaner ; for the
denier comprehension of tho true
relations of capital and labour ; for
the increased mutual knowledge of
the nations and laces of men on
eaith, whereby animosities are
soothed, wrongs tedrcssed, misun
derstandings icmoved, civilization
advanced and Christianity promoted
ed, we render thanks to God.
There are indeed msuiy voices in
tho world that in this wonderful
time aic telling of the high hopes of
the futuio extension of tho king
dom of fjod, in the gi owing desire
for Christian unity and the mission
ary activity of all Christendom.
None of these voices is without
signification, and thu wiso worship
per who thinks upon these things
will find a new meaning in his
psalms and hymns of praise.
.Most of all wo thank tho Tri-uno
God for the giacps and benefits
which are in Christ Jesus, Tlinnjcs
giving Day is especially a day of
blessing God for tho things of the
body and tho material life. The
Son of God took a human body,
euteicd into our humanity and sanc
tified our common life. Therefore
we (ook to the Incarnation, the
piimal mystery of our religion. We
look to Jesus 'fJhijbt for tho true law
of righteousness to sanctify mar
riage, to purify domestic life, to djs
pel the delusions of unbelief, to for
bid and check tho abominations of
intemperance and licentiousness,
dishonesty and fiaud, by tho faith
that conquers the woildlincss and
materialism which prepato the
hearts ot mcii for every ovil Work
Our soulsj olir minds, our bodies
hro to bo eiUioblcd by the exorcise
jjf their high capacities in Him. Our
homes and our pursuits shall bo
blbssed where lie is in them and
vitli them. Tho nations of tho
great world, whether in Europe or
America, in Africa, Asia or Poly
nesia, whether they bo great or
small, must rise to gloiy and honor,
or pcrisli for ever, as they accept or
l eject the ltilc of Him, who is King
of kings and Lord of lords, to whom
with the Eternal Father and the
Sanctifying Spirit bo ascribed
blessing, and glory, and wisdom,
and thanksgiving, and honor, and
power, and might, for ever and
AT 10UT ST1UXT CIlUltCH.
An able discourse, appropriate to
the daw was preached by Kov. S. E.
Bishop. We hope to be able to give
at least, an outline of it, later on.
' Particularly heavy rain-falls have
occurred hero during the present
month i on the -itli and 0th insts, the
rain-fall was 1G 02-100 inphes, and
on the J7th and 18th insts, 12 00
100 Inches. Rain fell between and
after these dates, making a total for
the month to dale of Ul 88-100 in
ches, by fnr the largest rojii-fnll,
for any one month, since the planta
tion was stalled.
Grinding is being pushed ahead
at the mill. This is a good time for
it. Plenty of water in the Humes,
makes it easier to get tho cane to
the mill, compared with old times
whon it had tp bp parted so far,
No notice was taken of tjio Jubi
lee birthday at this place, and we
iiithev pride ourselves op the fact
that wo are not so imbued with, mon
archical instincts as to mako toadies
of ourselves, as too many are doing
at the present time.
Our worthy deputy sheriff attend
ed the sjiow in Honolulu, having in
tow sundry pigs, as. prpscpts.
Whether they were performing
specimens of their tribe and took a
share in tho performances, wc arc
not able to attest.
Pahala, Kau, Nov. 22, 1880.
BEFOllU TIIU MASTKlt.
Tuksday, Nov. 23rd,
Wood vs. Dillingham. The de
positions of C. E. Williams concern
ing the usefulness of the buildings
on the property in questipn, which
were torn down by defendant, was
taken and filed prior to deponent's
departure for San Francisco. Mr.
W. A. Kinney for plaintiff; Mr. F.
M. Hatch for defendant.
AT OIIAMUERS. UEFOlli: JUOD, C. 3.
Wednesday, Nov. 24th.
In the estate of Hannah Kckani
hilo, minor, petition for guaulian
ship by P. Kahaku. Mr. W. L.
Holokahiki for petitioner. The peti
tioner is the grandfather of the girl,
to whom he had conveyed certain
property by deed of gift. The peti
tion was resisted by her father. The
case was partly hoard on the 1 7th
instant, the only point remaining
for proof being the possesion of the
piopcrty. The deed having been
produced by counsel, the Court or
dered that letters of guardianship
issue to the petitioner under a 100
In the estate of J. M. Daiglo.
Judgment was delivered in this case
on the 1.1th instant, the Com t direct
ing a compulation to be made of the
present worth of tho widow's dower.
Mr. William Foster, Master, now
presented his report, showing the
amount to be $440.75, being the
intciest on $1,410.72 for JiO years at
the rate of 7 percent, that period
being the expectancy of the life of
Jacinta M. Daigle, the widow.
A recent comic song is called
"Soap." It comes in bars. fBing
The largest room in the world
room for improvment.
What did Lot think when he saw
his wife turned into a pillar of salt?
Ho 'wondered whcie he could get a
"I should like to box your cars,"
said a girl to an impcitinent ad
mirer, and then added reflectively,
"if I could only find a box big
MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per Mimu will be imvahle
on the capital stock of thu People's Ice
& llof Co., on FRIDAY, November 20th
at tho Company's olllco,
t),!lt W.E F.OSI'ER, Trias.
JUST OPENED !
rpiIK FIHST CONSIGNMENT
X Puuillo Count JJiniiPS for 1B37.
Cap Diaries, " Olllco Diaries",
Qunrto Diaries, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Cull caily, in they aio selling very fast.
! Merchunt St.
AIL PKHSONB ARK HEJtEUY
lorbiihlen to tresspass or thoot
upon the lands of Wailupe or Niu, Is
land of Oubu, ami nny porlies found
tresspassing or shooting on such lunds
will bo prosccuttil.
MRS. A. PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 24, 188G. 01 2w
riTHBRE is a stiiiy horso on the prem
JL iscs of tho subscriber which the
ownct can havo by proving pioperty and
MRS. A. LONG,
60 lw Pauoa Valloy.
On Friday, Novcmbor 26th,
At 10 o)tlock, a. m.
At the rsiilcnco of W. W WRIGHT,
Kil,No. 172 Fort Stui't foppoiltn Ku.
kill) Wo wll sell at Public Auction, the
entire lluusclioM Purnlluiu, consisting
HAIR CLOTH SOFA
I). AV. Oano Scat Ulialro, 1 Liu go
Writing Uesk, Hanging Lamps,
Lace Curtains niul Coinlcc?, Hug?,
Coiner Wlmlnot, Center Tiblce,
Pictures mid JJrnckuU,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Slnglu lKdsletul, Mosquito Nun,
Maiuesseii, Bureaus, Blankets, 11. W.
Kxtenslon Table, Meat Sure,
OltOGKtiitY ami GLASSWARE,
Stovo and Kitohen Utensils, Eto.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
10 !U Auctioneer.-'.
Auction Sale of Elegant
JJy ordpr pf MR. ,TAS. DODO, wc will
sell nt Publl.: Aii'tiou, on
TUESDAY, November 30th,
At 10 o'clock, ii. m.,
At bis bite lcsiiluuco No. 07 & li9 llotil
Stieoi, the Eutiro lions' hold Pui-
iiluue, consisting in purl of
I Ebony Parlor Set!
Upholplerul in Riw Silk and PliHi;
EbDiiy Centre Tabic, Mnrblo Top,
lluir Cloth Arm Chilis
1 GRAND SaUARE PIANO
(R. Van Miiulcn, New York, Maker)
Cliajidejierp, Ilmming Lamps
2 Liirgc Pier Mirrors, Pendant Va'c-
PrtniJ Piotuies Steel Engravilg',
Macnealo & Urban Fireproof Safe
Rattan Tables, B. W. Center Tables,
1 Mas3lve Black Walnut Marble Top
Spring Mattresses, Hair Pillows,
1 Maible Top Hair Bedroom Set,
Lirge Centre Rugs, Sola Rugs,
Black Walnut Book Case
1 Bpl Loiinyp, Single BidsteiiiN,
Luinbiequlns aud Cm tains,
I B. W. Marble Top Side Board
Black Waluut Extension Table,
Bed nnd Table Limn,
An assortment f
Crockery & Glassware
Refrigerator, Coiik Stove nnd
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC
&SF The premises will lie open f r in
spection on SATURDAY, Novemhir
271 Ii, fiom'O n. m. to it ). in.
E. 1. ADAMS & Co.
00 Ct Auolioiiecrii
J. HOPP & OO.
74 Kin;; Street.
Manufacturers and Importer.- of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kjnds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Balls or Paitics in small or luge
891 mmutlilct.. ly.
AT THE LUAU at tlie Palaoc, last
Tucttlnj , u bilver fruit knifi, peail
handle clusphitr like a nqnkct Knife,
The ftuilir will bo rowaidJil by leaving
thu came nt Mis. Dudoil's, on King
Street. 't)l 2t
FROM the corner of Kinuu nnd Pen.
biicola Sueels Tuetday afternoon,
u liver mid white better pup, four
months old; answers to the mime of
"Spottie." Finder will bo itwaidcd by
leaving her nt tho Central Cigar Stand,
at the office of J. E. Wiseman. ill Hi
A GOOD MILCH COW. Apply
P. O. Box -1S2 I 0 -It
A WO MAN to do geneial housework
in a piivutu family, wliciusbo will
have a good homo. Knijiilio at Hun.it.
tin Oflli e. ' 85 3w
A COTTAGE, containing four or
morn room, in good order, with
lmgojard. Addrobs COTTAGE, suiting
location und terms. P. O, Box 464.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1860. 8!)tf
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN
nor tho agents ot tho British
bark " W. II . Watson will
bo responsible f jr any debu
contracted by the officers or crew.
F A. SOIIAEFER & OO.
00 ill Ageuts.
A NEW SLOOP, 33 feel
long, 7 feet (J inches beam,
a feet depth of hold, aud !)
tons burden, with sails com.
plcte. 'Hie vessel is in perfect outer
und will lie Bold cheap. Apply to
881m ' .11. RYAN.
5'v.h. iTw ' "":-"
LEADS THEM ALL 1
Your wives anil children will rcjolco,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your cholco.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street, S. F, 89
For sale Everywhere.
II. HACKFELD & Co.
JOHN II. SOPER requests that nil.
oul era for the CIivistmasH .Pic
torial pnpei' be sent in before the
dcpiiiluru ot the next mail for the Const
to avoid disappointment. 71
1 HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for nny debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, I88G, 28 3m
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid exce-sivo sweating by
having them clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horbe Clipping Machine.
Hoists called for and ldurncd free of
(barge. Ring up Telephone No. 32.
Or apply to MILES & IIAYLEY,
C9 lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
A NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
b'e Hnufcc of (I rooms, with modern
improvements and good yard. Furnitb.
ed or uiiiiiinisbcd; a fine location, and a
mist disirnble place. A long term ten
ant desired. Apply to
Real Estate Agent and Collector, No.
ROOMS TO LET.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
Kew do, by the day, wcoK or mouth.
Apply on premises to
88 lm V. I. ICAHALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FUHNISHED 011 UNFURNISHED.
A Cotlagj onLunn'ilo nnd PUkoi
Streets, furnibhed complete for House
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
C11AS. J. FIBHEL,
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
THOSE VERY "DESIIiA.
bio premises No. lOoNuuanu
Avenue. Dwell In ir contains
S rooms; airy basement under all; kitch
en, pantry, bathroom nnd servant's room
attnehed, cairiago bouse, stable, fowl
house; all conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful location; neat grounds, fruit
trees. Ten minulos' walk from Pott
Office. Enqulie adjoining premises of
72 tf J. II. WOOD.
ONE 4-YEAR-OLD MARE, broken
to barnuss and saddle.
One Open Sido Bar Bugny.
One Honolulu made Brake.
One Siug;lcStrp Harness.
For particulars enquire ct
82 151 PANTHEON STABLES.
Will bo open every afternoon and even
ing as follows:
Slouduy, Tuesday, IVeilneHtlny ami
Tohe public in general,
For ladies nnd gentlemen.
For Indies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating,
Friday nnd Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Tho Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron. iy
lias juat received ex Zonlmulin, it beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Buttoe? K
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
A File stoci of Gents' Neckwear in
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
M8 No.'CO Nuuanu Street. ly
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Stree'ts,
Has received per "Claus Spreckels,"' "Discovery," and "Alameda," n cbnioc as
sortment of new .goods contittmg'in part of
Fre h Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mincu Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
liiiLr. 1, 2 and 31b tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Tinkey and
Chicken, Lunch 'tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits nnd Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Laid, Codfish, Table RaUlns, Currants, Dates, Nuts, Duret's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Pens, Slirimps, Soused Mackerel, Oysters, As'orted Extiacts, Choco
late, Piunes, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Bread, Crackers add C'nkis, Sweet and Sour Pickie, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Cuttlle Soap, Toilet Soap, Kcrosine Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment ot
lirst-clius goods. ,
leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 TPovt fcStrpot,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment pf
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & BIackwell' Goods, consistingof Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellic-i, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (Bible, Bltater Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, Totted Ham and Chicken, Potted Game, Dtvilled nr in, tins Sh'eep
Tongues, tins collated Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Snu-agts. Philippe &
Canand's Truffled Pale Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, 'do Stipes, do wood.
... .I- T 1 1 1 M. 4t -!. '
Parmason Cheese, Jordan Almonds.
Hrus.Tlntt wiiolo ltoast fartrtitge, uo Urouso, do I'licasnts, Tin mussels npiouis,
Tin Sago and Unions, Preserved Mushroom, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl1, 1 lb tin
Cioe ds Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, Jflb tin English Airowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soles, Mb
tin. Prawns, Real Yarmouth Bloaters, 1.1b tin Fresh Cod Roes, 1.1b tin English
Bjilced Btef, 21b Bottle French Plums, J-lb tin Champignon', 2 oz Bottle
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, -!b Bottles India Cuiry Powder, 4 oz do. I'hllUre &
Canand's Petit Pais, 1.1b liu Crosse & Blackwell's Ox ail Soup, do Mock Tur
tic Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, Lib lm Mulllgntawny Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Hot Potch Soup, do Vegetable Soup, do
Cockle Lckio Soup, do Gieen l'eas Soup, do Mutton 'Broth, do Soup nnd liouilli
do Roast Fowl, do Ciurotb, do Parsnips, do Tuinlps, do Onions, -lb tin'Blnck
Leicestershire Mushrooms, Mb tin Frcsli 1 ripe, do Irish Slow, do Alamodo
Beef, do Boiled Mutton, do Harrlcot Mutton, do Stewed Kidneys, do Calfshcad,
do "Calfbhead und Hnm, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, -lib tins Boiled Beof
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
J. T, Morton's Goods. ' artoons Muscatels, i-C.utoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont,
scriut Llmo Juice, J.Plnt Yi oreestcrsliiro Sauce, Pints do do, tins Coc a
nnd Milk, do Moore's Chocolate und Milk, Tins Smith' Collect and Milk, do
Cocoa aud Milk, Small Bottles Smith't, Eesencu Oollee, Tins Patent Gloats,
Mb tins Symingt'ii Pea Flour, J.f-tlns Van Houston's Cocoa, 2.1b Vail Scotch
Oatmeal, if-'u pupeis Epp'B Homiopaihic Cocoa, 7-lti tins Epp's Vanilla. Choc,
ohite, if. lb paukages; Lit lb tins Coioaliun, 11 G do do, Oakley's Knife Polish,
1 lb tins Pearl Sago, do Ground Rico, do Fluke Tapiocn, do Cambridge Sau.
sages, Small'Tins Oxford Sausages', Largo tins do, Coleman English Mustaid
iu Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thi nic, Dried tuum, Savor, Dried Marjoram,
J tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, pints Supei lor Table Vinegar, Lauing'H
Edam Cheese, Bottlo.1 Day &. Muitln's Liquid Shoo Blacking, Tinsilp Pasta
do, if-tlu Potled Ham and Tongue, J-lin Potted Tuikoy Mid Tongue', Pints
Duret's French Salad Oil, .pints do. Crosso & Blackwell's Hnlud'Oil, and
much more too numerous to inc-mion, all of which we cfl'er for sale at renson.
able figures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNJYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS l
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Stales and Eurcpo
Fresh California Produce by ctcry gtcumei. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island oitltrs toll.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Offlco Box 146, Telephone No. 02. 1C8 ly
Store' for Rent, and Eii.
, " tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAB, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture-, Glass Cases,
&e., for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P, O. Box 297.
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