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BISHOP & Co., BAJJKEKS
Honolulu Hawaiian island
Draw Exch&ngo on the
XSnnlt ot CuHiornlu, H. IT.
And lliclr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &. Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tlic Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New '.culand: Auckland,
Chrlstchuich, und U i-l line ton, . "
The Bank of British Uoluiiiiila, Vic
toria, B. (J., nmS l'oilliind. Or.
Transact a Ocm-ud linnkltii; liio-lm-M.
Plwlged to iifither Bret cor Futtj.
Bat establlihed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. DKC. 1. 1880.
A TASTE OF ELECTRIC LICHT.
A taste of electric light has been
afforded the people of Honolulu
during the jubilee celebration,
which may have a tendency to
create demand for its continued
and more general ue. The streets
at the entrance to the Palace enclo
sure were brilliantly lighted by clec
triuity during Miveual nijrhts, and
thus opportunities were given the
general public to judge of its merit,
contrasted with the street-lighting
Honolulu people arc accustomed to.
The thoroughfares designated were
as pleasant for travel, dining the
illumination, as in the day time or
of a fine moonlight night. Particu
larly last .Saturday evening, people
going to and returning from the
tableaux entertainment at the Opera
House, realised the immense im
provement on the experience of the
past. The light, too, noticeably
improved from the lirst to the last
night of exhibition, owing, prob
ably, to the machinery being in
better working order. The little
taste given has undoubtedly created
the impression that the lighting of
Honolulu by electricity iff a desir
able boon ; but the question, "Can
we afford it at present!1" is still in
The poet says, "Music hath its
magic charms." Who can deny,
that the voice of Patti, the instru
mental execution of a Kcmcnyi, or
the strains of our own Royal Ha
waiian Band, will enliven and in
vigorate a person in a state of ennui,
and drive away "Dull Care." But
as our purpose is not to attempt to
write an essa' on Music, our musi
cal editor having gone East to com
plete his education and bring out a
new voluntary in Flat 15, we merely
purpose drawing attention to a few
young aspirants to glory, who are
progressing as well as can be ex
pected, in tlieir terpsichorcanstudies.
In short, we refer to the Portuguese
band, or more properly speaking,
the band of Portuguese, who are ad
vancing so rapidly in their musical
studies. The young men who form
this band, and their able leader, arc
to be commended for their efforts
and praised for their success. Still
there is a fault to be found, and it
is a serious complaint. It is con
cerning their place and time for
practice. The premises at present
used for that purpose, arc in close
proximity to the Queen's Hospital,
and from an inmate of that institu
tion we learn they kept their prac
tice up to half past nine o'clock, last
night. This band, like all other
bauds, has a big drum, and if noise
. h a measuie of piolieiency, the
Portuguese diiimtucr is an adopt.
For the sake of suffering humanity,
let this nuisance be abated if possi
ble, and thereby avoid adding to
the suffeiings of the nervous and
the sick. Half past nine o'clock is
too late to entertain Hospital patients.
NOTICE SHOULD BE GIVEN.
When notice of any event in which
the public are concerned, llxing a
specified time or place lor the event,
it is not ti eating thoic concerned
with proper com tesy, to change the
time or place without sulllcicnt
notice. Sometimes unforeseen cir-
cumstanees may necessitate a de
partuic f i out the original pro
gramme; but a elepnituru should
never be tolerated, only in extreme
cases, when time will not admit of
duo notice being given. The wish
or wljim of one or two persons should
never be regarded as sulllcicnt rea
son for a change. This is com
mon sense, and every icasonable
man endorses it. Vet an opposite
practice has been followed in one or
- -. two instances Jiero of lato, to the
.disappointment of many. Special
reference is made to the military
parade, last Saturday afternoon,
which was to have taken place, ac
cording to the published ofllcial pro
gramme, on the Makiki recreation
ground. Scores of people went out
to the locality indicated, for the
purpose of witnessing the maneuvers,
and were disappointed They after
wards learnt that the affair had come
off nt Palace Square. If the change
had been decided upon in time, and
the Information communicated to the
daily papers, the public would have
been apprized of the fact, and no
disappointment would have resulted.
If only resolved upon at the last
moment, there was no sutllcient
reason given why any change should
have been made, under the circum
stances. Our reason for referring
to the matter at this late day, is to
impress the importance of avoiding
similar thoughtlessness in the future.
ELECTRIC LICHTS FOR MARINE PUR
POSES. A jmipon of the electric light for
harbor or beacon purposes, it may
not be generally known that the
electric light was used on Dungc
ness, England, where hundreds of
ships pass daily and nightly from
the English Channel into the North
Sea, thirty or forty years ngo. The
London pilots never liked it, giving
as their reason that its intense
brilliancy prevented their judg
ing, even approximately, their dis
tance from the land. ' It has been
discaided for many years now,
and a paraflin lamp of the first
order substituted. More accurate
information on this important sub
ject might be obtained by the Gov
ernment before erecting any electric
lights for the purpose of guiding the
mariner by night.
THE DIFFUSION PROCESS IN SUCAR
The experiment of making sugar
by the diffusion process at Fort
Scott, Kan., has been concluded.
From what can be learned the whole
of the operations were attended with
unusual diillcultics and many that
ought not to have been permitted to
occur, chief of which was the scar
city and inferior character of the
water. It appears also that the
machinery was defective in its con
struction and iueflicicnt in its opera
tions ; nevertheless the result has
conclusively proved that by the di
ffusion process it is practicable to
extract nearly the whole of the sac
charine material from the cane.
This diffusion apparatus was set up
at Fort Scott, Kan., to operate on
sorghum, and in order to get any
experiments with true sugar-cane it
had to be sent there from Louisiana,
that used have been cut from the
Iberville plantations of Hon. E. J
Gay. The diffusion method, which
is used specifically for extracting
the juice from the cane, consists, in
brief, in slicing the cane into chips,
and then in vessels designed for the
purpose, exposing these chips to the
action of steam and hot water.
After the juice has been extracted
in a diluted form it is passed
through the processes of concern
tration and purification necessary to
reduce it to sirup, when it is eon
verted to sugar by usual methods.
The diffusion process is in use in
Europe for extracting the sugar
from the beet, and the completeness
with which its work was done re
commended it as superior to the
crushing or lolling mill heretofore
used in this country for cane, but
which failed to extract all the sugar,
leaving indeed, a large proportion
which was always lost.
The great cheapness of the Euro
pean beet product has had the
effect to depress the cane-sugar in
dustry of tropical America to a point
where disaster stares all cane
planters in the face. The necessity
which now forces itself upon them
is by the use of more perfect me
thods for the extraction of the cane
juice and thorough system in the
operating of central sugar works to
so increase the product and reduce
the expenses of production that our
.sugar may compete in cheapness
with any that can be placed in the
market. This is the problem, and
it is possible that it may be solved
satisfactorily to a large extent by a
proper use of the diffusion process.
This seems to be indicated by the
news fiom the Kansas Station. N.
0. Picayune, Nov. 12.
.J.J" II I III J .'
Washington, Nov. 21. It is the
belief of all the influential men who
have arrived here since the elections
this month that although this session
of Congress will be a very short one,
it will, in all probability, develop
tho Presidential candidates for both
political parlies. Everywhere tho
remark is made that Cleveland is
straining every nerve, on his message,
and that lie expects to make this the
document of his life. Cleveland, it
is said, will try to solve the problem
now presented in the threatened
wreck ot the national banking
system that ho will make an at
tempt to point out to the National
Legislature what should be done
with tho foreign issues arising; what
disposition should be made of the
public lands, and many other matters
before the people and which are
crowding Congress for action. It is
predicted also that the labor question
will bo touched upon very forcibly,
and the whole field of technicalities
in statesmanship gone over. Tho
message will be tho best evidence of
the fitness or unfitness of Cleveland
to.occupy the position he is in of
anything he has shown since
lie came to the White House, and it
will, several Congressmen say, make
or break him for the struggle of
1888. S. F. Bulletin.
RAW BUT READY.
The Atlanta Constitution relates
the following: A good story is told
on a young recruit who recently
enlisted nt Camp Hancock, near
Atlanta. The young fellow joined
the army while the country was
threatening war with Mexico, and he
intended to make a good soldier.
One day he was on guard duty, and
was slowly stepping along when an
olllcer approached. After the usual
salute the oflicer said: "Let me
see your gun." The raw recruit
handed over his Springfield rifle,
and a pleased expression stole over
his face. As the olllcer received the
girti he said in a tone of deepest dis
gust: "You're a fine soldier!
You've given up your gun, and now
what arc you going to do?" The
young Atlantian turned pale and
reaching for his hip pocket drew a
big six-shooter, and preparing for
business said in a voice that could
not be misunderstood: "Gimme that
gun or I'll blow a hole through you
in a pair 'r minutes!" The olllcer
instantly decided not to "monkey"
any further with the raw recruit,
and the gun was promptly sur
rendered. The Goddess of Liberty on Bed
low's Island will hold in her hand
at night a lighted torch. The beacon
will now be permanent.
The wife of Olllcer Barnhart of
the Philadelphia Theatre Comiqtic,
lias fallen heir,, it is reported, to an
income of 500,000, she being the
sole heir to George Oakley's estate
'It. C. BOLTE requests that nil bills
uguiusi uic .j uuiicc uommiiiec no
him at ouce. i)7 lw
"VrOT'IOE Id HEREBY GIVEN TO
J.1 whom it may concern, thai I carry
on my business of Share Planter lo llio
Kilauca Sugar Co. hv mvself.
1)7 at ARTHUR E. If. SWIFT.
A SPECIAL MEETING
of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21,
v .fr a "r ...sir i... 1...1.1
evening, iii i :.iu o ciock. i niru Jjcgrce.
Visiting Brethren cordially Invited.
Per order of the V. 31.
C7jlt WM. JOHNSON, Sec'y.
THE well known Old Corner
l'rcmiNVH. Apply at the HEA
VER SALOON. 7 lw
IIOOM TO LET.
A NICE FURNISHED FRONT
loom in a piivutc family on Sehool
Stieet, between Nuuanu and Fort; laird
hou-e from corner of Nuuanu. 97tf
HOUSE TO LET.
HOUSE TO LET AND FURNITURE
for sale, at 1'alama. Applv at
Wenner & Co.'s Jewelry Store.
W lw L. E. S.
JUST arrived, a l.nrgc JLnt of
Ciguw, manufactured by Engel.
orcein, Son it Co. The justly celebrated
" Sampler" Cccut Cigars; strictly
Iluvaim Cheroot, of a beautiful flavor a
ftec tmoker, and not offensive to ladles,
even in a. clofe room This is a beauti
ful Cigar. A tiniill lot of Vnlle do
Cuba. That Cigar makes u man feel
when smoking as though ho was little
above the common block. You may a.
ways notice him on the street by tho way
iic mi mi!, jiiuu, uiueu Hinuu JUtailllaM,
something different from-any before in
this market. g
A Fine JLot of Smoke'
CaOOUH, just received from London.
These, together with the various other
goods, make the SMOKERS' EMPOR
IUM the finest place to purchase in the
elty. Customers seivcd in a gentleman,
7 1w 74 Fort Street.
law. Bell Telephone Go.
IROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN-
liarv nfiYt. tlw, rpntnl nt' Inctrnmnnla
"-,.---- w. ....... 14...VM.B
' jjivbviii hi usu iu me iisiricis 01 tavtli,
Waiaune, Wainluu and Koolaupoko will
bo reduced to $5 00 per month.
07 lm President.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tho Wulunao Company, held this
day, tho following gentlemen were duly
elected to serve in olllceia for the eubu
H.A. WIDEMANN President
G. N. WILCOX Vice-President
0. O. BERGER.. Secretary and Auditor
O. O. BERGER, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1880. 0 lw
IN THK MUSIC HALL, SATURDAY
evening lam, a Cane. Tho owner
can have ihu same by proving property
and pacing for this advertisement. En.
(piiro nt tho Bulletin Okkick. 00
HP WO HORSES-One sorrel horse,
X hind feet white and whito face,
branded UP conjoined on nrck under
mane, and Indescribable braid on thigh.
One led hortc, branded WL1) on both
fcldes. Owner can havo same by pat Ing
expenses and applying lo
HO at LUNALILO HOME.
-40 Columus Or
lO Cents per Copy.
S2.00 per Annum.
To bo had at J. H. SOPER'fc,
the BULLETIN OFFICE and
from the News Carriers.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CO re
taining four large room-t and lour
small rooms; also, Mull, carriage house,
with nearly onu aero of puttuic ami gu
den. artesian water, etc. IViuis ory
iiioturdtti Apply lo Ui:o. II. Roiikiit
mx, Punuliou, fi.r key, i-te. H5 lm
A NEWLY BUILT, COMI-OhTA-"
1) cllome of lliooms, with modern
improvement and good yard. V'tn nl.'li.
cd or unfurnished; a line Ideation, and a
mst disirable place. A long term ten
ant desired. Apply to
Heal Estate Ageut and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Stieet. BJlf.
COTTAGE TO LET.
T No 8 EMMA STREET. En-
quire on llio minutes.
tiO tf CAPf. B. WHITNEY.
BOOMS TO LET.
2URNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kewalo, by the day, weeK or month.
Apply on premises to
fc8 lm VJ. 1. KAIIALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
f'URNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cotlngj on Lunalilo and 1'iikoi
Streets, furnished complete for lloue
keeping. Ubo of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
it tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
rpHE COTTAGE now occupied by
JL Mr. K. W. Tinker, containing six
rooms, buih room, pantry, veranda loom,
etc. There aie abo stabler, canlago
house, bciviint's room, all in good order.
Apply lo E. R. HENLRY, at Pacific
Hardware Co.'s Store, Foil St. Jr tf
ONE -t-YEAR-OLI) MARE, l.n ken
to liarn-9-t und saddle.
One Open Side Bar Bng'y.
One Honolulu made Rrnkc.
O.ie SingleStn p Durness.
For particulars inquire, i.t
S-2 lot PANTHEON STABLES-'.
STOCK FOE SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mules, bioken to saddle; lned at
KualoaRinch, Price $100 each. Also
several two-year.old Horse Colt', sited
by "Triumph," son of " Cassias 31 Clay,
Jr." Apply to O. II.JUDD,
Ofllm or Alex. J Uaitwrigbt.
A NEW SLOOP, 2 1 fed
long, 7 feet 0 inches beam,
3 feet depth of hold, and 8
tons burden, wild l-nila mm.
plcte. 'Ihe vessel is in perfect oider
and will be sold cheap. Apply to
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
TOIIN II. KOP'F.ll iorinii.1i il.i.i ..11
tP orders for ihe ChristmuHH lic
torlul pnpci'N be sent in before the
departure of the next mail for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. 7J
I HEREBY give notice that from
and 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
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to trcsfpass or hlioot
upon tho lands of Wailupeor Nlu l.
laud of Oahu, and any porllca found
trcsBpaBsing or (.hooting on such lands
will be prosecuted.
MRS. A. PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1880. 01 Sw
JUST OPENED !
rpiIE FIRST CONSIGNMENT OF
JL Pacific Coast Diaries for 1887.
Cap Diaries, Office Dial lc,
Quarto Dlaric?, Ladies Pocket Dlarlcn,
Gents Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Cull early, u they are selling very fast.
'" Merchant SI.
rpiIE PROPERTY OF nER ROYAL
A Hlgnness Princess LUIuoUalonl, a
Lace Handkerchief, with tho Initials B.
P, II. The fludcr will bo suitably re.
warded, on account of personal value at.
tacheil hy owner. Return to Clmmbor.
laiu's otr.ee. ou
ICx Mui'lpown, ut
Noltc's Beaver Sakm
Inter-Island S. I. Co.,
Tlie JSewls DRotite
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'I b new and ttautich
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The ihtenmcr ) asses along tho entire
coast of 'he Icnwiird side of Iluwil, af.
fording tuuris-ts a panorama of charm
ing sceuer. , and will stop at Kealakc
kua Bay, w'licu; sufllrieiit time Is allow,
ed to visit the Muiiurucnl of Captain
TourNls by this tonic reach Punaluu
at ft o'clock on Ihe day uftei leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entiie pavt-ngc in
smooth water. At Punaluu there 'is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pahala. thence by stage
couch to Half.way Home, whoie horses
and i!Uldc will be in attendance to con
vey tliem lo Ihe Vcilfiiuo.
Toutistri will have ino nlght-'and one
whole day at tlicjYoluimo House.
Tickets for' tho round'trip, $50, which
includes all expentoi.
Apply to: HARRY ARMITAQE,
Agent, aiVilliains' Photograph Gallery,
Fort sin el, or at the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., E-iplanade. :i"0 6m
Haw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co., ct 1)0 100
E. O. Hall & bon.fnew issue)' 100 100
Bell Telephone, 311 10
C. Brewer & Co., Prt 100
Woodlawn Dairy, i)0 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waiinanalo, 155 100
Star Mill, l,-5 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., to 10C
Ice Company, (oi 87 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Riokei
38 Mcrnl.ant Stieet 151 ly
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
11111m nuil JtenlH Collertcd,
Itcal IMatc nought ami Hold,
All matters entrusted to me will receive
piompt attention, and returns
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ol the latest designs.
Having teemed the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
House or SSig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
II. IIAOKFELD & Co.
Steam Hollers, Furnaces ami Ranges
Set. Brick and Stonework done on
Alapal St., Second door from Rcretnuia.
1'. O. Uox 457.
Orders from the other Islands nunc
tually'atlcnded to. 721 y
Noav Photograph Itooms.
OYER' Nichol's Uore, Fort street,
next the Shooting Qnlleiy, I'ic.
lures, Portraits and Views. Elrst-olasa
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GONBALYKS.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
' - i
litis just received ex Zenhmdiu, h beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchmgs, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
PATENT LEATHER PUMPS !
Satin, Sis id Cashmere.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
No. CO "Nuuanu fctreet. ly
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King1 Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has reeeivid ner "Glaus Sprcekels, ' "Ditcovery," "and "Alameda,'' a choice as
sortment of new goods coiitisting in part of
Fre li Anples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
din it, 1, 2 and 81b tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Turkey and
'ate, Prunes, Baking Powder, Tui, Flour, Wheat, Com, Potntoes, Onions, Saloou
Briad, Crackers add Cakes, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Castile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bian and Oats and a general assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 IToi'fc Street,
Have just received ex British hark "Iron Crag," a flue assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Creese & UlaekweH'i Goi tU, consisllngof Mixid Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable, Bloater Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Hum and Chicken, Potted Game, Devilled Ham, tin9 Sheep
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Bau-ag(B. Plillippo &
Canand's Truffled l'uie Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, do Snipes, do ood.
cocks, do Hover; 1 1 lb tins Carroway 8ced, Bottles Alaj onnaise Sauce, MubIi.
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce, India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conserve, Bottles French Truffles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Purmason Cheese, Jordan Almonds.-Phlllipo & Canand'H Truffled Pate dc fais
HruB.Tlris whole Roast Partiidge, doGiouso.do I'heasntB.TIn Biussels Sprouts,
Tin Sage and Onions, Preseived Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
Crosse & Blackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Minco Meat, J.lb tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soles, Lib
tin Prawns, Ileal Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fresh Cod Hoes, 1.1b tin EnglifU
Spiced lltef, 2-lb Botllu French Plums, H-h tin Champignons 2 oz Boltlo
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, J-lb Bottles India Cuiry Powder, 4 cz do. I'liilllre &
Canand's Petit Puis, 1.1b lin Crosse & IllacKweH's Ox all Soup, do Mock Tur.
lie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Uroth, Lib tin Mulligniawny Soup, do
Orouse Soup, do Oiblet Soup, do Hot Potch Soup, do Venetablo Soup, do
Cockle Lokle Soup, do Oreeu fias Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Houllli
do Hoast Fowl, do Carrotb, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onions, J-lb tin Black
Leicestershire Mushrooms, 1.1b tin Fresh Tripe, do Irish Stew, do Alnmodo
Beef, do Boiled Multou, do Harricol Mutton, do Stewed Kidneys, do Cnlfshead,
do Calfbhead und Ham, do lloast Mutton, do Hoast Veal, 4-lb tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Million. .Tarri Hulled Trliu.
, T. Morton's Goods. urtoons Muscatels, J.f-G'ai toons Muscatels, Quarts Mont.
, serrai Limn Juice, J-Plut 'Worcestershire Sauce, Pints do do, tins Cocoa
mm jiiiiu, uu muiru'b uuuuuiniu uuu JU1JK, 'i'lUB Bmilll' UOllCIV UIM A1IIK, UO
Cocoa and Milk, Small Bottles Smiih's lissenco Coll'ee, Tins Patent Groats,
Mb tins Symlngf n Pea Flour, if.tins Van Houston's Coron, 20b Vail b'colck
Oatmeal, lidb puners JCpn's Homeopathic Conoa. 7.1b tins Eon's Vni.llla. Choc.
olate, .f.lb packages; l.u lb tins Coamtina, a u do do. Oakley's Knife Polish,
i im una iuuii dubu, uu uiuiiuu iiicu.uii niuKo japiocit, no itfiniiriugc aau
sages, Small Tins Oxford Sausages, Large tins do, Coleman English Mustard
in UottlcB, do iu Tins. Dried Th me. Diied Saum. Snvorv. T)rFiil Mnrtnram.
dam Cheese, Bottlea Day & Maitln's
tins Pigeon Pie, Cavenuo Pcnner. 14 nints Sunorlor 'I'nliln Vinnimr T.nninc'a
(to, if-lin Potted Hum and Tongue, .in Polled Turkey and Tongue, Plnls
Duret'B French Salad Oil, Jf ninth do. Croiso & Bluekwell's Snlad Oil, and
much moro too numerous to mention, allof which wo offer for bale at reason,
able figures. Fresh 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 Gooda received by overy Packet from tho Eastern Stales and Europo
Fresh California Troduco by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island oidcrs roll.
Cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Pout Office Box 146. Telephone No. 03. lC81y
iK. ft tm
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
rI",IIAT desirahle Store now occupied
X by the LADIES BAZAAK, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixtures Glass Cases,
&c., for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O. Box 297.
Liquid Shoo Blacking, Tins do Paste
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