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It lina j)1oasctl His Majesty lo author
170 tlic following clinngi't 1 . the l'ro
grummuor the Jubilee FiMhltlu:
Saturday, Novomber 20tli,
Historical Procession at 1) a 'in.
Tuesday, Novombor 23rd,
Alumina in Urn Palace Gt minds.
Wednesday, November 24th.
Athlrtlc: Spoit at MiiMM sit 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
It ill ui loltint l'.ilace.
Saturday, November 27 th,
Military Parade at Mnklkl at a :I10 p. tn
Historical Tableaux at tin- Opetu
House til 8 pj m.
Momlay, Noycmbcr 20th,
State Dinner ul lolunt Palace.
C. I. I.UJKEA,
11. M.'.s Ch'unbeilnin
Iolanl Palace, Kov. 18, 1S0.
BIS iLO L & Co., KA J,' KiatS
jLmulu'u, Hawaiian IpIhihIi
VtAW Exchange uu ilu
I3.tnl ol CJuliforiiUi, H. X
And their agents it)
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mchms N M Holli-child A: Son, London
The Cuiniiieiuinl Haul. ( u., d hjilnuj,
The Commctc.iiil IlanU Co. of Sidney,
Tlie Hani; of .New Zealand: Auckland,
.Christc lunch, and clliuUiiu,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toiia, I). (J., ami Portland, Or.
Transact .i Ucneial Hanking Business.
Jt guns gjnJhifti.
flrdgfcj ts neither Sect cor tarty,
Bat established for tbo benefit of Ml.
MONDAY. NOV. 29. lfiSO.
THE COMPETITIVE DRILL.
At about 2 :80 o'clock, Saturday
afternoon, the several military com
panies asbcinbled at the barracks,
and after forming line of march,
were escorted to Palace square by
the Hawaiian Hand.
Palace Square -was completely
cleared, except where the Royal
party, the judges, and several not
ables were sealed. A vast throng
of people, mostly natives, gathered
at the extremities of the drill ground,
and were kept back by policemen.
The batallion marched into the yard
of the Government Buildings, where
arms were stacked.
The Queen's Own, under com
mand of Captain Alahaulu, was the
first company to drill, followed by
the Honolulu Rifles, under com
mand of Captain V. V. Ashford,
and the King'b Own, commanded by
Captain Chas. Clark. The Prince's
Own and the Household Troops were
on the giounds, but took no pait in
the competitive drill. The Queen's
Own did fairly, and weie applauded
"The Honolulu Kitles, in blue suits
with ci oss bells, made a pretty ap
pearance; but tlieir drilling was not
perfect. Several .of the recruits
got muddled on one or two occasions,
and marched in the wrong direction.
Their manual of arms was poorly
done, but their matching in com
pany front was excellent. In double
time they did well, also when wheel
ing by platoons.
The King's Own on this occasion
excelled all their former drilling,
and did by far the best of the day.
They would have won the prize had
the3' not gone beyond the rules. The
drill was to be strictly Upton's, with
one exception, (slope arms for sup
port), and the King's Own employed
the German tactics considerably
beyond the above exception.
After the three volunteer com
panies had drilled, the Hoynl school
boys, in uniform, and about 200
strong, under command "of Nahora
Ilipa, gave an excellent exhibition
of juvenile soldiery. They exited
admiration, and brought forth fie
qiient applause from the spectators,
by their cute appearance and precise
The competitive drill being ended,
the several companies formed line,
and after marching over tliu drill
ground once, formed paiade before
Jlis Majesty. On the dismissal of
the parade, the captains marched
forwaid to wheie His Majesty was
heated, and having saluted him, were
addressed by His Majesty, who com
plimented the captains on the move
ments of their respective companies,
and announced that tlio Honolulu
ItiflcB were winners of the prize.
His Majesty, in civilian dress,
was accompanied by II. It. II. Prin
cess Liliuokalnni, II. If. II, Piinccss
-Likelike, II. II. II. Princes Kaiu
lani, Their Highnesses Princes Iva-
vrantmakoa, Keliiahonui and Kniani
annole, His Excellency Hon. C. P.
Iauken, Majors Haley and Cormvcil,
Equerries in Waiting lo His 'Ma
jesty, Quartermaster General S,
Nowlcin and Major J. I). Holt.
The judges were His Excellency
Gov. It. II. Uaker, Caplain J. A.
llassingcr, and Major John D.
Captain J. A. llassingcr' s Cadets,
in y.ottavo costumo, mado tholr first
appearance in public, by acting as
guards to II. 11. II. Princess Kaiu
liiin. After tbo announcement of the
prizo winners, thocompnnics returned
lo their quarters.
Tho tableaux vivnuls at the Iusiu
Hall, Saturday evening, was wit
nessed by a large company of spec
tators. Admission was obtained by
cards of invitation. This method
was adopted in order to limit the
attendance to the sitting accommo
dation. There were as many invi
tations issued as there were seats in
the hall, and every scat was occu
pied. The ushers were attentive to
their duly, and polite and pleasant
in its discharge. The King and
oilier members of thu lloyal lamily
occupied seals in thu hall, II. K. II.
Princess kaiulam and attendants
occupying tlia royal box.
One cleettic burner, of three
thousand candle power, suspended
from the centre of the ceiling, fur
nished the entire light, and was
sulllcient for that purpose. A
screen was placed near the source
of light," protecting the audience
from its glare and reflecting the full
blaze right on to the stage. The
street in front of the Music Hall
was also brilliantly illuminated by
two electric lights one at the
Palace gate and the other on the
premises of Mr. Gibson.
The oiehestral musical produc
tions, insliumental and vocal, under
the supervision and direction of Mr.
II. Beiger, constituted a prominent
and pleasing feature of the evening.
National music preceded and suc
ceeded each scene in the tableaux.
The pure and sweet voice of the
native Hawaiian lady, Miss Wala
nika, was particularly noticeable,
and the solos with chorus in which
she sang the bolo part were much
The tableaux vivants comprised
four scenes, the first of which re
presented a group of fishermen en
gaged in fishing with a net, and one
of the two men whose duty it was
to drive tho fish into the net being
intentionally drawn in along with
the lish and drowned. This is said
to illustrate an ancient method of
securing a human victim for sacri
fice. This scene was well put on
the btage, and terminated effec
tively. The second represented Kameha
meha I consulting one of his wise
men as to whether it was proper for
the king to become alllanccd to a
young child or not. Two old men
one of them the man to be con
sulted were seated on the floor of
the stage, playing a game resem
bling checkers, when Kamchamcha
marched in with his soldiers, and an
attendant bearing on his shoulders
the child concerning whom the in
quiry followed. The king being told
that he must win his wife by war,
and being counseled to attack the
ehiefc68 of Maui, the war conch was
.sounded as a signal for the assem
bling of the forces, and the curtain
full. A native of splendid physique
lepresenled Kamehamcha, and the
entire scene was well mounted.
Here followed an exhibition of
automatons, who raised their heads
and arms above a curtain drawn
across the stage, and cut all kinds
of antics, in time with the tapping
of a calabash and the chanting of a
mele. This was probably the most
amusing part of the cntiie show.
Kamehameha I seated on his
throne, and his soldiers performing
a spear dance before him, were re
presented in the third scene of the
living series. The figures did not
move so smoothly and harmoniously
in this as in the preceding numbers.
The last scene represented Ka
mchamcha after conquering the
high chiefess of Maui, with his
soldiers and a company of female
dancers arrayed in modern costume
parading before him, and the con
quered chiefess and her daughter
being brought as prisoners into his
presence, guarded by the two for
eigners, John Young and William
Adams, who with tlieir flintlock
muskets aided Kamelmmeaha in
the great battle of Iao Valley,
Maui. The two captives knelt
nt his feet, and he ordered their re
lease, taking the younger for his
wife. This was the climax, and
terminated the exhibition.
On the whole, tho design in the
various scenes was well executed.
The manager, P. L. Chuke, and
performers did their respective
parts creditably. Pjolixity too
often n prominent featuro of similar
entertainments was notableby its
absence. Each number of the pro
gramme musical and exhibitory
was short, so that no part became
iiksome from being long-drawn out,
and the wholo tut initiated at an
INDEPENDENCE DAY AT KAUMAKA
The orations of tlieir Excellencies
W. M. Gibson and L. Aholo an
nounced on Saturday for 12 o'clock
yesterdoy noon, at Kauinakapili
Church, began nt an earlier hour,
which was a disappointment to some
who arrived at the lime specified,
and got only the tail end. Tho
largeness of the audience in ad
vance the church being jammed
full probably induced tho curly
commencement. Tho King, at
tended by his staff, and other mem
bers of tho lloyal family were pre
sent, tho Cabinet Ministers, and
several Government olllcials.
The pastor of the church, the
Rev. J. Waiamau, presided, and
opened the proceedings with brief
dovotlonal cxcrclsns, after whloji ho
introduced Jlis Excellency L, Aholo,
Minister of Interior, as tho first
ornlor. Mr. Aholo' s address, in the
Hawaiian language, reviewed tho
country's history and progress, from
18IIG to tho present time, being the
period over which the King's life
His Excellency "W. M, Gibson,
Minister of Foreign Relations and
Prime Minister, followed with n
lengthy oration, in English, going
over the same ground, and vividly
sketching the principal progressive
changes effected during the past 50
years. The address in full, as pub
lished in this morning's Advertiser,
is too long for this issue of tho
Ruuxtin, on account of accumula
tion of local and other island news
matter. Wc give three passages
tho first two fiom near tho begin
ning, and the last at the end, of .the
"Fifty years ago the tide flowed
where now are some of our busiest
streets; a small coasting schooner
anchored where now may be seen
steam vessels, carrying the Ha
waiian flag across tho ocean, of a
size at that time undreamed of even
by the most enthusiaslic engineers
of either the Old AVoild or, the Now.
Kalo patches and grass huts, un
shaded by any tree, except where
the cocoanut fringed the shore, have
been replaced by substantial build
ings and busy streets, and the whole
shaded by such u wealth of lovely
foliage that the town itself can hard
ly bo seen from any point of view ;
the old fort, the most conspicuous
object in the forefront of the scene,
emblem of the autocratic government
of the day, replaced by the busy
haunts of a commerce developed
tinder the constitutional rule of a
succession of wise and able Sove
reigns, a commerce brought with
lapid strides to its present high con
dition by the wise and patriotic ef
fort of the King wliose jubilee we
"These arc mere physical changes
land for water, streets and car
riages for narrow tracks, trodden
chiefly by unshod feet, a well
dressed crowd for a half-naked one,
fine wharves, great steamers, huge
warehouses, handsome public build
ings, telephones and electric lights,
all the wealth and appurtenances of
a civilized city, for a village of huts
and a few schooners and u swarm
of canoes, an occasional whaleship,
and a great, ungainly fort dominat
ing the whole.
"The moral, political and social
changes which these fifty years have
brought for Hawaii present contrasts
equally striking, of which the ma
terial changes in Honolulu from
1830 to 1880 are but results and
"Let me say in conclusion that
the Hawaiian people, the Hawaiian
nation, have ample cause for rejoic
ing on the occasio"n of these Jubilee
festivities. Their native chief, their
lieiiditary as well as "chosen ruler,
after the completion of fifty yeais of
an active and valued life, and thir
teen years of beneficent rule, still
lives and reigns, and under the
guidance of the Divine Providence
that has led and shaped his existence
so 'far, they may hope that their
Ruler and Father may continue with
them to guide and to bless yet
another fifty years, until the com
pletion of a second or double jubilee.
Perhaps in view of ordinary human
experience, this expression of hope
is an extravagant one, but neverthe
less in such hope is expressed tho
heaitfelt desire of the Hawaiian
people. Naj', more, Their wish
goes beyond suci a hope; they
would have their King live forever.
And why'!1 Is lie not a Father be
loved by his children? more than a
Ruler revered by his subjects? He
moves about freely and unattended
among his people. He visits and
inspects every nook and corner of
his insular dominions, and it may bo
said he is personally known to, and
he knows pcrsonalLy every native
man, woman and child in his island
realm. Applause. He holds in
his hands tho sources of their wel
fare, and of all other people who
have come to live under his sway.
And dopa he not shape all his action
for the public good? He lias, in
spired by a wise, liberal and gener
ous statesmanship, left his Pacific
home and gone forth around tho
world to call upon and enlist the
sympathies of the rulers of tho great
powers of the earth in behalf of his
Kingdom. And King Kalakaua, tho
Father of the Hawaiian people, was
received by Rulers everywhere, in
great as well as 6iimll States, with
all the courtesy and consideration
accorded to tho Sovereign of an en
lightened country. For our King
lias inspired a great hope abroad, as
well as at home, that his island rcalrn
was to advance, grow and bo glori
fied with the good of a numerous
pcoplo ; that it had its scat on tho
broad ocean to father great interests
of international commerco and wel
fare ; and that he, King Kalakaua,
was the appointed man tho man of
the Pacific, to lead onward to a
higher destiny; to become a suc
cessful, beneficent and respected
power his Polynesian realm." Pro
At tho conclusion of tho address,
prayer was offered up, followed with
a hymn and tho Benediction. Tho
entire audience roso as the royal
party left tho church.
Miss Biodio photographed tbo
Royal piuty and soldiers during tbo
competitive diill, Saturday, Tho
Young lady pioceeded in a tntly
WEST, DOW &
Now have on hand a. largo
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including LadicV and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished tlieir
In all lines. Latent Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN KINC.
At noon to-day a select littlo com
pany assembled on the steamer
Kinau, and surprised the Captain by
presenting him with a painting of
his ship, accompanied by the follow
To CArrAiN J. A. Kino, This
being the occasion of your retire
ment from command of the S. S.
Kinau to the promotion of Superin
tendent of the Company, We, the
undersigned, considering it appro
priate, present you with a painting
of the noble ship you have so ably
commanded for the last three years,
and of which we have been' your
olllcers, at the same time congratu
lating you on your promotion. We
also desire to express the high
estconi in which you are held by us.
As a commander wc know you to be
able under all circumstances, and a
good and faithful servant, and as a
shipmate we have found you soci
able, kind and highly considerate.
Geo. C. BncKi.r.Y,
J. C. Stkow,
E. V. EvEKKTT,
The Captain was taken by sur
prise, and replied in feeling and
appropriate terms. Toasts to His
Majesty the King, Captain King and
Hon. S. G. Wilder followed, and
were drunk with enthusiastic cheers.
FROM THE VOLCANO HOUSE.
Information from the Volcano
House states that during tho two
weeks, from tho 7th to the 21st
instant, the rainfall was 33 inches.
The lowest thermometer during the
same period was 55 and the highest
72. The wind has been southerly,
and vciy light. The crater still
continues to increase in activity.
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.
One of the oilers of the steamer
Iwalani was seriously hurt la.st
Wednesday, at Nawiliwjli, by a tin
of kerosene oil exploding. He was
trimming the steamer's lamps when
the flames communicated to the can
of oil. An explosion immediately
followed, and the result was terrible.
The oiler's head became a mass of
fire, and death might have been the
result had not a Chinese fireman
smothered the fire with a hack. As
it was, the man's head was fright
fully burnt. Ilis eyebrows and
moustache were burnt completely olf,
while the skin was badly scorched.
Dr. Walters treated the injured
GRAND SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TURE. To-morrow at 10 o'clock a. m.,
will take place an auction sale of
elegant fmnitutc, the property of
Mr. Jas. Dodd, and the auctioneers,
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. This
furniture is of a unique and valu
able character, comprising ebony
and black walnut bedroom and din
ing room sets, marble top tables,
hair-cloth chairs, mirrors, engrav
ings, Tugs, and a superior lot of
bedsteads, crockery and glassware,
alsq a full and complete assortment
of useful household utensils. In
fact Mr. Jas. Dodd'o house will be
found to contain everything that is
required for furnishing a house, and
everything is of a costly nature but
will probably bo bold for less than
cost. The opportunity should not
be missed by housekeepets of add
ing to their stock at this elegantly
furnished house, and of listening to
tho voluble and eloquent Mr. Mor
gan, who wields tho hummer with
dexterity, and who moves his tongue
as though worked by electricity.
"Jim" will no doubt exercise his
usual liberality and give iis assist
ance to his namesake with his uii
mistakeablc brogue. Wo predict a
large attendance and good bargains.
This important event will take place
at C7 and CU Hotel street.
An iinmcnso Socialist demonstra
tion took place in London, on tho
21st. The Socialists carried ban
ners with mottoes, "By Heaven,
Our Rights are worth fighting for"
and "Woik for All" over "Work
for None." Lord Randolph Church
hill was hissed by theparaders. Five
thousand Socialists, 25,000 unem
ployed workmen and 25,000 specta
tors occupied Trafalgar Square,
wliilo tho speakers, including Hynd-,
man, Champion and Burns, ad
dressed tho assembly.
A 'deputation proceeded to Lord
Salisbury's house. Lord Salisbury t
however, had gone to the Hatfield
house. The deputation retired
A cablegram to the New York
papers of the 21st says the Bulga
rian system is coming into more
regular position, as General Kaul
bars withdraws, and there seems
nothing to prevent the caily assem
bling of conference as proposed by
Loul Iddcsleigh. The objects of
the British Government will be to
establish such 'harnjony as, may be
possible among the powers, and to
maintain tho obligations of the
Berlin treaty, subject lo necessary
modification. Russia professes no
serious objection to this plan. War
parties iir Russia blame Germany as
the cause of all the trouble, and
demand the punishment of Bulgaria,
but it is believed tho Czar now rea
lizes General Kaulbars' mission lo
be a fiasco, anil has decided' to
follow the Pacific leadership of M.
The tory organs in England are
calling for a more stringent policy
France and Rome are engaged in
a quarrel about the establisnment of
diplomatic relations between the
Chinese Empire and the Holy See.
It is stated on high authority that
the French Government sent the
following message to the Pope:
"Give up sending nuncios to China,
or withdraw your nuncios from
France," to which Ilia Holiness
replied, 'SI wish to maintain amica
ble with France, and will recall my
Auction Sale of Elegant
By oider of Ml". JAS. DODD, wc will
sell at Public Au'tion, on
TUESDAY, November 30th.
At 10 o'clock, a. m.,
At liis late icililencf No. G7 & 09 Ilotil
Stieet, tlic Entne Jflous' hold !Fur-
nliuie, consisting in part of
bony Parlor Set!
Upholstoied In Raw Silk and PIu-Oi;
Ebony Centio Tabic. Mm We Top,
Hair Cloth Arm Chaits.
1 GRAND SQUARE PIANO
(R. V.m Hindi n, New York, Maker)
Clmn'li lier-t, llinmini.' Lamps,
2 Large l'icr Mirrms, Petulant Vae',
Panel Piutures, Steel Engraving'',
Macneale & Urban Fireproof Safe
Italian Tnblix, B. W. Center Tables,
1 Massive Black Walnut Marble Top
Spring Mattresses, riair Pillows,
I Mat bio Top Hair Bedroom Set,
Liirge. Centre Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
Black i'nliiiil M; case
1 Red Lounge, Single lkdmeads,
Luinbrcqulns ami Curtainu,
I B. W. Marble Top Side Board
Ulnck Walnut Extension Table,
Red amlTablu Linen,
An nsHorlmcnl cf
Crockery & Glassware
Ucfrigurator, Couk Stove and
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC
&" Tho premises will be open fur lu
Bpeetion oa SATURDAY, November
27th, fiom !) a. m. to 3 p, in.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
DO Ot Auctioneer.
ISx Mm-lpoHa, at
Volte's Beaver Saloon.
TO LET OK LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tniuing four large rooms and four
fin all rootnB; also, Mali, carriage house,
with nearly one aero of putturu and Bar
den, artesian wuter, etc. 1'cims very
moderate Apply to Gi'.o. H. Roukiit
eon, Punahou, for key, do. 05 lm
CHAS. J. FISHEL, -
Has just received ex Zcahmdia, n beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
A Fine stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
1C8 No. CO "Nnuanu fctrect. ly
King- Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets, .
Has received per "Clans Sprcckels, ' "Discovery," and "Alameda," n choico as
sortment of new goods consisting in part of
Fie h Apples, Cupo Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
(Jinir, 1, 2 and 3 lb tins; Miiplo Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, lioned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch 'tongue, tlam, Bacon, Salmon in Kits and Tins, Pi? Pork, Cal.
Cheese. Lard, Codfish, Table Rai-ins, Cunants, Dates, Nius, Diuet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimp, Soum-cI Mackerel, Oisters, Assorted Exltacts, Choco
late, Prune-, Baking Powder, Tia, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Briiid, Crackers add Cakis, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Castile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran and Oats and a gsueral assortment o
leave your Orders,, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
I'll ITort Street,
Have just received ex British hark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
On the Ss Blackwell'- GoMl-'t consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate u iliible, Bloater Paste, Poltcd Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Hum and Chicken, Potted Game, Dtvllled Him, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, Lurge tin Bologna Snu.agis. Philippe &
Cnnand's Truflled l'a'e Paitridge.-, do Quail, do larks, do Si ipes, do Wood,
corks, do 1 lover; 111b tins Canoway Seids, Botilcs Alajonnaise Saure, Mush
mom. Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchorite, Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conceive, Bottles French Trutlles, French Ollres, Spanish Ollrcs.
Purmason Chcise, Jordan Almonds. Phillipo & Cannnd'n Truffled Pato de fnls.
tirus.TiiiR whole Ilnast Pat tildge, do Gioubo, do PheuMits, Tin Brussels bpiouts,
Tin Suce and Onions, Preset red Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb ilu
Ciosfo & Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Minco Meat, .) tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Boles, Lib
tin Prawn-", Heal Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fnsh Cod Hoes, Lib tin English
Sptced Hief, 2-lb Bottle French Plums, J-lb tin Champignon", '2 oz Bottle
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, j-lb Bottles ludia Cm ry Powder, 4 cz do. Miilliie &
Cunaud's 1'ctlt Pals, Lib itn Crosse & Blackwell's Ox ail ruup, do Mrck Tur
tle Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, Lib tin Mulllgntnwny Soup, do
Grousu Soup, do Qiblut Soup, do Hot Potch fcoup, do Yeeetublo Soup, do
Cockle Lokio Soup, do Green J'eas Soup do Muitou Bro1h,dn Soup and Houllli
do lloaal Fowl, do Carrotb, do Parsnips, do Turnips, dn Onions-, J.lb tin Black
Lelccttcrahiru Mubhrooins, Lib tin Fresh Tripe,-do Irish Stew, do Alnmodo
Beef, do Bulled Mutton, do Ilarrlcnl Mutton, do Moved Kidneys, do C.tlfshend,
do Calfslu-ad and 11am, do Konst Mutton, do Koasl Veal, Lib tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe,
J. T. Morton's Goods. ' artoons Muscatels, CaitooiisMun'iitels, Quarts Mont
hcrral Lime Juice, J.Pint "Worcestershire Sauce, PintB do do, j tins Cocca
and Milk, do Moure's Chocolate and Milk, Tins Smith? Collce and Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Smill Bottles Smith'h Essence Cnllee, Tins Patent Grouts,
Hb tins Bymingt'ii Pea Flour, f.tlns Van Houston's Cocoa, 2.1b Vail t-'entch
Oatmeal, y.lb papers Epp's Homi-oputhlc Cocoa, 7-1b tins Kpp's Vanilla. Choc
dale, -ll puckages; LU lb tins Cotoalina, SIC do do. Oukliy's Kniio ,1'nlUli,
1 lb tins Pearl Sago, do Gioiind Itlce, do Flake Tapioca, do Cambridge Sau
sages, Small Tina Oxfotd Sausages, Largo tins do, CoK man Engllbh Mustard
in Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thjme, Dried Saum, Savor), Dried Marjoram,
14 tins Pigeon Plo, Cayenne Pepper, i pints Surciior Tabic Vinegar, Lnuing's
J'Jdam Cheese, Bottle J)a & Maitln's Liquid Shoo Blacking, TinsdoPaslo
do, M-tin Potted Ham and Tongue, J-lin Pollid Turkey Mid Tongue, Tints
Durei's French Salad Oil, Jfpints do. Ctoo it Blackwell's Salad Oil, and
much more too nuincioiis tn mention, all of uhleh we tiler for salo at reason,
able figures. TreBli Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS,
New Goods rccclrcd by erery Packet from tho Eaetem Stales and Europe
Fresh California Produce by erery Steamer. All orden. faithfully attended to.
und Goods delivered lo any part of the city free of charge. Wand orders ioL
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 140. Telephone No. 02. 108 ly
Gents' Neckwear in
Store for Rent, and. Fix
tures for Sale.
nPHAT desirable Store now occupied
X by Hie LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture", Glass Cacs,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O. Box 207.
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