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llonohihl, Hawaiian Island?.
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And tin lr ageuts tn
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
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Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Conimercliil Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New 'piihiud: Auckland,
Olirlstcliurcli, and W clllngtoii,
Tho bank of British Ooltuiitdu, Vic
toria, B. 0., anil I'm I land, Or
Transact a Qcncutl Banking Business.
fledged 'to neither Sect cor lttj,
lint established for the benefit of nil,
THURSDAY. DEC. 'J. 1880.
TITLES, THEIR USE AND ABUSE.
In all countries where a monar
chical form of government prevails,
arc always to be fount! numbers of
titled persons. That is, men who,
either from patrician birth derive
hereditary titles, or men who have
distinguished themselves by doing
some signal service for their coun
try, cither in war, science, geogra
phical reseat eh, saving life, inven
tion, or introducing something that
supersedes anything else, thus add
ing to the progress of commerce or
the knowledge of mankind, and ate
rewarded for their services by a
Gteat Britain, a monarchy on a
large scale, has both these classes
of titlei in profusion, the hereditary
article and the one conferred during
the life time of its possessor.
The Hawaiian Islands, a monarchy
on a small scale, its population
scarcely equaling that of an ordi
nary market town in Great Britain,
has its titles, too. Iletc none of
them are hereditary, except those
of the Royal family. Tho others
arc all creations of the time. Hut
our creative powers make up for the
deficiency iu the ' line of hereditary
titles. They are even equal to the
task of making Koyal Princes. So
that there is really no lack of titled
persons in the country. In fact, it
is said that the Hawaiian Kingdom
contains more men bearing titles, in
proportion to the number of its in
habitants, than any other country
on the face of the globe. Our
nobles, who are simply legislative
dignitaries, are limited by law to
twenty, or there is no telling how
long the list might have become ere
The kingdom is prolific in orders
and decorations ; but these do not
seem to carry with them any dis
tinctive title. How many there are
altogether the writer cannot tell,
and how many persons have been
initiated into membership and
honored by the badge it would be
hard for anyone not in the charmed
circle to ascertain. As just inti
mated, the decorations do not seem
to distinguish their wearers as
Lord, Lady, or Sir, So and So ; but
, if you go to a fashionable evening
gathering you may gather an idea
of the wonderful abundance of these
glittering ornaments. A breast or a
neck without one is quite singular.
Our titles run mainly in the line
of military rank. The Generals,
Colonels, Majors and Captains
make a prodigious company. When
Introduced by a friend to Colonel
A, Major U or Captain Cook, you
are naturally expected nt your next
meeting to give him his full title, as
on the occasion of introduction.
Call him Colonel, and It Is all right,
even if you cannot call to mind his
surname at tho time. Our Major's,
for the most part, arc of a modest,
reticent nature, being apparently
afraid of being asked to what icgi
ment they belong, uilil when they
had their last engagement. Cap
tains aie the most numerous, mid
are as plentiful as mosquitoes. One
heats them addressed as Captain,
and not to show a lack of respect,
falls into line, and says Captain,
too. Ihil with the stianger a dilll
culty sometimes arises a to whether
Captain Ko and Ko is a military or
sea-faring gentleman, Although a
practiced eye can generally tc that
the Captain has never had a mili
tary training, whilst his own tongue
reveals the fact that he is not a
But the titles which are the most
troublesome arc those given to Gov
ernment olllcials through the news
papers, the Daily Bumxtin in
cluded along with tho others. Dur
ing the past two or three weeks a
grand opportunity has been afforded
of learjiing Who's Who. The King,
we all know and honor as our ruler.
But why always refer to him as His
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' $ f 'i 'fff'f' i'hi' "ftttdiiii hu grT fllii;7ii'CiiiiinifefTfft
Atnjcsty the King? Surely one or
the other is sulllcicnt. By way of
comparison reference is made to tho
Queen of the gicatcst monarchy on
earth. In addressing her by letter
or on State occasions, Her Majesty
gets her full title; hut in writing
abbut her in tho newspapers, she is
simply styled the " Queen," or
" Her Majesty," without the com
bination of the two, and the addi
tion of Empress of India, etc., etc
Coming to the respective Gov
ernors of the Islands and the Min
isters of the Crown, we find them
with "Excellency" prefixed to
their names. Nobody objects to
this, probably, but the unfortunate
newspaper rcpoiters and compo
sitors, who have a strong aversion
to writing and setting up, " His
Excellency W. M. Gibson, Minister
of Foreign Affairs and Premier,
etc., etc., then arose, and looking
around in a benignant and omnis
cient manner, said, a-hem, etc.,
etc." It is a useless waste of lime
and money. A gentleman known a
short" time back as "Curtis," is
now " His Excellency Curtis P.
laukea, Governor of the Island of
Oahu, His Majesty the King's
Chamberlain, and Colonel on His
Majesty the King's Staff, etc." A
dozen or two others might be men
tioned, including the gallant Eque-rics-in-Wailing
to His Majesty the
King, but the foregoing are sulll
cicnt as examples,
2sTow contrast the Honolulu papers
with the London papers. The Lon
don Times and other influential
London papers refer to the Premier
and First Lord of the Treasury, as
plain Mr. Gladstone. That is, he
was thus spoken of while holding
those positions. So of all others,
It is Lord Hartington, Mr. Bright,
and so on. The office held by each
member of the Executive is not re
peated on every occasion that his
name is mentioned. People of
worth and distinction are too well
known and too highly respected to
require a string of titles always
dragging after their family name.
The cxpeusivencss of printing
"His Excellency" about 5,000
times a year is no small matter to
the printer. On State occasions, it
is all right ; but not day after day,
and twenty or thirty times in one
column. The Advertiser set the
example, three or four years ago,
and it has proved contagious,
Would that we could wipe out the
malady, and thereby save our
readers from being atllicted with
the perusal of what they already
know, and our typos fioni eja
culating strong adjectives because
of everlastingly stumbling over
" His Excellency."
Let it be distinctly understood
that these remarks are not directed
at individuals, but intended as a
Tunning commentary on the un
called for repetition and too fre
quent use of honorable titles. This,
by the waj', reminds us that we
have a Major on the Daily Bul
letin staff, but he moves about
iticofjnito, having discovered that
there wore already too many gen
tlemen wearing that title in the
ELECTRIC LICHTS FOR MARINE PUR
POSES'. Our remarks made yesterday in
these columns on the uso of electric
lights for marine purposes have
been disparaged by the P. (J. Ad
vertiser, this journal having stated
this morning that " it (the electric
light) has been in use at the South
Head Lighthouse, Sydney, for
several years past." What we
stated is a fact, and the result of a
lengthened experience in the most
densely navigated (if we may be
allowed the term) part of the world.
It may suit at Sydney Heads where
the coast is, so to speak, iron bound
and steep-to, to use a nautical
term, but it is undesirable for a
coast line that shoals out for several
miles. For instance,- it would not
suit for u light on Barber's Point,
where a spit extends seaward a con
siderable distance. Tlio approach
to i Sydney ami the approach to
London aie widely different. Wo
merely tin ew out a "suggestion"
to the Hawaiian Government which
thpy might do well to consider
before moving in the matter of
marine illumination. The writer
has entered both Sydney harbor,
and the Straits of Dover. If his
memory serves him rightly, it is
rarely or never, that a sea going
vessel enters Sydney Bay during
tho hours of darkness. The South
Head light is a grand idea for
master mariners in the offing, but
it does not lead them through the
jiarrQW channel to tho baj', By all
means lot electricity be introduced
on the Ilfiliolultt lighthoUsu if it will
improve tho navigation, but be care
ful that it docs not cause many a
shipwreck as it has done- off Dttngc
ncss. Fortunately, tho white foam
of a coral and reef-bound coast like
that of Oahtij'ls" always visible at a
reasonable distance, but the entrance
of the channel is none too wido to
warrant a deep sea-going vessel in
entering by night. We maintain
that the trade of the port docs not
warrant vessels being piloted in
during dark nights, and to attempt
such a measure by the aid of an
electric light on our present light
house would be sheer madness.
True, our ocean steamers fre
quently go out of port after night
fall, but the buoys are invariably
lit up for the occasion. We advo
cate, for the bQiielit of mariners, a
first-class paradln light as used
almost universally throughout the
world for marine purposes. There
arc works cxtimt tltijt fully expound
this subject, though we regret to
say our library does not contain
one. Far be it from our intention
to " cast discredit on the electric
light for marine purposes," but cir
cumstances alter cases. Had it
been a success at Dungeness, it
would bo in uso nt the present day,
but proving otherwise, it was dis
used and an oil lamp erected in its
ON NUUAN U S l'HEET. BETWEEN
Kukui unci HotH, iin untiuished
Satin Smoking 0 ip. Finder will please
leave at Bullktix Ofkick. 08 2t
IN FRENCH AND SPANISH LAN
gunges taught. Private Itsons
given to ladies at their own residences.
For particulars applv t"
OS lw Op. Chinese Church, Fort St.
A MEETING OF THE FIRST Di
vision of the Liliuokaluni Ednca.
tionnl Society will be held TO-MORROW
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, nt
lh" room of Engine Co. No. 1, on King
street. Members are rcquesttd to at
lead. Per order Secretary.
MRS. GEO. O. BECKLKY.-
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
not to trespass or shoot (under
penally of the law) upo i the lands in
Kaneohe and Kailun,' Oahu, owned or
leased by the undersigned.
NANNIE R. BREWER.
By her Attorney-in Fact, P. C. Jones.
Has received from fan Francisco, per
Mariposa and other late arrivals a choice
selection of American and Havana Cigars
among which aiu
Wedge, Cherubs, Triplets, Cheroots,
Operas, Duetts, Bed Cross and
the Flor de Cuba.
ALSO so mi:
Full lrcn, l'ct, Hweet Corporal nod
other Itrandu of CicarctteH.
Don't fail to try his celebrated Iiittlo
IMuIcb. They are better than ever.
107 TTOICa: STREET,
t8 Opposite Williams' Gallery. 2w
MR. C. BOLTE rcquebts that all bills
against the Jubilee Committee be
sent him at once. 17 lw
NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN TO
whom it may concern, that I carry
on my business ol Share Planter to the
Kilnuea Sugar Co, by myself.
07 at ARTHUR E. II. SWIFT.
A SPECIAL MEETING
of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21,
F & A. M., will he held
US- THIS (THURSDAY!
evening, at 7:H0 o'clock. Third Decree.
Visiting Brethren cordially invited.
Per order of the W. M.
67 It WM. JOHNSON, Sec'y.
rrHE well known Old .Corner
-L 1'remiHCM. Apply at tho BEA
VER SALOON. 07 lw
ROOM TO LET.
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room in a niivato famllv on tkhool
Street, between Nuuanu and Eort; third
nutfso iroiii ioi uer oi jMuuanti. imr
1IOUSE TO LET.
HOUSE TO LET AND FURNITURE
for sale, at I'alama. Apply at
Vcnner & Co.'s Jewelry Store.
J-7 lw L. E. S.
qpHE PROPERTY OF HER ROYAL
X Hlgiiness Frinccss Llliuokalani, a
Laco Handkerchief, with tho initials il.
P. B. Tho Under will ho suitably re
warded, ou account of personal valuo at.
Inched by owner. Return to Chamber
lain'H othce. 03
IN TlfK MUSIO HALL, SATURDAY
evening last, a Cane. Tho owner
can have the same by proving properly
and paying for this advertisement. En
quire at the Bullktin Okfici:, 00
rPWO HORSES One soirel horse,
JL hind feel white and white face,
branded UP conjoined on neck under
in it lie, and IikIokiiI liable brand on thigh.
One ted hone, branded "WLD on both
tj les. Owner can havosamoby pavlpg
expensed and applying lo
IO Ot LUNALILO JIOME,
tO Ooltimn Or
lO Cents per Copy.
S2.00 per Annum.
To bo had at J. H. SOPER'fc,
tho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from the News Carriors.
TO LET OH LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON'
ttiliilng four large rooms aud Tour
Mil ill rooms; also, slull, carriage house,
wltli ne.uly one acre or pustule and gu
den, aitislan water, etc. I'enns ciy
multi-ate Apply to Gr.o. H. Roukiit
sox, Punnuou, fur key, etc. 05 lm
A NEWLY BUILT, COM.rOh.TA
b ulluutc of il rooms, with modern
improvement!, and goi d ard. KuinUli.
ed or unfurnished; a line location, and a
nustdisirable placi. A long teim ten.
nut desired. Applv to
, JOHN MAGOON,
Real E.stutn Agent and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Street. SJtf.
COTTAGE TO LET.
T No S EAIMA STltr.l-.T. V.
mure ou the nrnnise.
611 tf CAW. B. WHITNEY.
ROOMS T.O LET,
ITHJRNIsHED ROOMS TC
. ICewalo, by the day, weet
TO LET AT
IK or month.
apdiv on Drcmisos to
fcS lm W. J. KAUALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
ACottiigs on Luualilo and Piikoi
Streets, furnished complete fur House
keeping. Ue of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
43 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
rpHE COTTAGE now occupied by
JL Mr. E. W. Tucker, containing six
rooms, baih room, pantry, veranda loom,
clfi. There aie aho stable, carriage
house, teivant's room, all in good order.
Apply to E. R. HENDRY, at Pacific
Hnidvvare Co.V Store, Foit St. Ottf
STOCK FOR SALE.
TEN LARUE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule-, bioUcu to paddle: bred at
Kunlou liwich, Price $100 iach. Also
siveial two-ycar.okl Horse Colt-, sited
by 'Tilumph," sou of "Cabins M Clay,
Ji." Apply to O. ll.JUDD,
0 lm or Alex. J. Cartwright.
FOR SALE. -
A NEW SLOOP, 21 feet
long, 7 feel (1 imhcs beam,
3 fret depth of hold, aud 3
tons burden, with miIIu c.n,
plete. 'Iho vessel is iu peifeci oider
and will be sold cheap. Apply to
88 lm " E. R. HYAtf.
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. ly
Haw. Bell Mepliic Co.
IROM THE FIRST DAY OP JAN
. uary next, the i ental f instruments
lit present in use in ihe Districts of Evvti,,
Waianac, 'Waialua aud Koolaupoko will
be reduced to $ 0 00 per moi th.
GODFJl Y BROWN",
07 lm Preslduit.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the WuiuDtie Company, held this
day, the following gcitlemcn were duly
elected lo servo a ofllceis for tho ensu
ingyear: II. A. "WIDEMANN President
0. N. WILCOX Vice-President
A, JAEGER .,,,.. .....,.,,., Tieiisiirer
0. O. liEROEtl.. Secretary and Ai dltor
C. O. BERGER, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1880. 0i iw
I HEREBY give notice 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, 1680. 28 3m
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to tresspass or i-hoot
upon tho lands of "Wailupeor Ntu, I),
hind of Oahu, and any porllcs found
tresspassing or shooting on such Imuh
will bo prosecuted,
MRS. A. PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1880. 01 2vv
JUST OPENED !
rpHK FIRST CONSIGNMENT
X Pacliio Coast Diaries for 1887.
Cup Diaries, Oillco Diaries,
Quarto Diaries1, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Call early, as they aro selling very fast.
J. H, SQl'ER,
01 Merchant St,
JUST inrivcd, a Ijiirgo Lot of
Cikiun, innnufactuiod byEngel.
biccht,Hoa it Co The justly celebrated
"Snmplcr" 5-cent Clears; slrlotly
Havana Cheroot, of a beautiful flavor it
frtcsmoktr, and not t'fTenslvo to ladles,
even In a clojo loom This 1m a bcauti
lul Cignr. A nnall lot of Vrtllo do
Cnlm. Tlint Cigar makes u man feel
when smoking ns though lm was Ilttlo
above tho common slock. Yon may al
ways notice 111 tn on tho slrcet by ilio wny
he struts. AUo, those small MnniltiN,
something dilfeiiiil from any befoiu In
A Finu fiOt oi Smoker'
i!ooiIh, just ticelvcd fioiu London.
These, together with tho Mitlous other
goods, make the SMOICERb' EMPOR
IUM tho lint st place to purchase in tho
city. Customers ssivcd In ngeiillcmnn.
XVJRCII A2ST M",
'7 lw 74 Eoit Street.
Mui'IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlte JBewt DRcMite
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and s-tiuineh
Steamer W. G. Kail
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m.
TUESDAY, November 17lh.
The steamer pisses nlong tho entire
eiw-t of hc leewurd side of lluwil, nf.
foriling tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenerv, and will stop at Ketdake
kmi Bay, whole sullleient lime Kallow
cd tn vl-it the Monument ot Captain
Tourls.tR by thi- mule reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on, l he day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one niiht ou the
ves-el, .making the 'unite parage iu
smooth water. At Punaluu there is tin,
FINEST HOTEL- ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad lo Pallida, thence by itage
coach lo Half.way Houe, vvheie horses
and gullies will be iu attendance to con
vey them to the Yoh-uuo.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, 'which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY" ARM1TAGE,
Ageut, ut Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort sirret, or at the oftlcc"of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. f :fiO Oni
Haw'n Carnage Maufg Co, ,90 100
E. O.Hall & Son, (new-issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 3a 10
C. Brewer & Co., 101 100
"Woodlawn Daily, 90 100
Wailuku Sugar Co:, 07 100
Walmanalo, 155 100
Star Mill, .5 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., f-0 IOC
Ice Compa'ny, 87 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. 'IHURSTON, Slock Rtokei
38 Mi-rcliant rittect 151 ly
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIIIIh aud IlentH Collected,
Ileal Itite nought mud Bold,
All matters entrusted tome will receive
piompi attention, and returns
tfo. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and 7alking Sticks,
Made of overy kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made o1 lint latest designs
Having teemed the Services of
Geo, C, Stratemeyer
wo aro prepared to execute all
House or Sig-ix
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FiftM Suits & Spite.
H. HAOKPELD & Co.
JOHN II. SOPER requests tlijit all.
oulers for iho CIiriHtni'nHH Pic
torial itniierM liu sent in uefoio tho
departure or tho next mall for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. 7J
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HWBIBBHMlHMWnlllW fftt 11 ' w
Has just received ex Zcrtlandia, a beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
PATENT LEATHER PU
A Fine stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
108 No. CO Nuuanu fetreet. lv
GHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received rcr "Claus Spietkels, ' "Diicovcry," and "Alameda,'' n choice as
sortinenl of new goods confuting in part of "
Fre h Apples, Cupe Cod Cranberries Mince Meat in Tubs nnd Tins, Plum Pud
dine, 1, 2 and 31b tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, lioned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table Rai-ins-, Currants, Dates, Nuts, Duret's Olive Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, Shrim f, Soured Mackerel, Ovsteis, As-orted Extracts, ChoCo.
'ate, Prunei-, Baking Powder, Ti a, Flour, Wheat, Coin, Potatoes, Unions, Saloon
Bread, Crackers add Cakis, Sweet and Sour Pickle, Choice Frenih Pi:as, Brooms,
Ciutile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 TPoi't Street,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a line assoitment of.
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
CrHf-o& l)lnckvtell' Uo tl, consistingof Mixfd Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable, Blratcr Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Hum and Chicken, Potted Game, Dtvilled Hun, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collared OxTongU(s, Large tin Bologra b-au-agis. Philippe &
Canand's Truffled l'a'e Partridges, do Quail, do Kirks, do Si Ipis.do ttood.
cocks, do I lover j 1 1 lb this Canoway SeuU, Bottles Alujonnuise Sauce, Mush,
room Catsup, John Hull Su'iirn. India 'Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conceive, Bottles French Truffles, French Olives, Spanish Olives,
l'arniftson Cheese, Joidan Almonds. J'liillipo & CanandM Truffled Pate de fnls
tiMd.TinH whole Roast Pai tiidge, do Grouse, do I'heaEiils, Tin liiussels Sprouts,
Tin Sige and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
UioEfcc &, hltickwcH's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beet Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hnrc,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, J.lb tin English Airowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets ot Soles, Lib
tin Prawn, Real Yarmouth Bloateis, Lib tin FrcBh Cod Hoes, l.lb.tin Englhh
Spiced Ikot, 2-lb Bottle Ficnih Plums, .)b tin Champignon', 2 oz Bottle
(input Capers, 4 oz do, -lb Bottles ludiu Cuny Powder, 4 cz do. l'hilllre &
Canand's Petit Pais, 1.1b tin Crose & Blackwell's Ox all Soup, do Mock Tur.
tie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, 1.1b tin Mulllgntawny Soup, do
Otoubo Soup, do Glbltt Soup, do Hot Potch houp, do Yenetablo Soup, do
Cockle LekioSoup, do (Jieen f'eas Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Iioullll
do Rcast Fowl, do Carrotb, do Paran'ps, do TurnlpB, do Onions, J-lb tin Black
Leiceistcrolilro Mushrooms, Mb tm Fresh Tripe, do Irish Stew, do Alnmodo
Beef, do Bulled Mutton, do Hairlcot Muttou, do btewed Kidneys, do Calfshead,
do Calfshead and .Ham, do Roust Mutton, do Roiibt Vtnl, 4.lb'tlns Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Sailed Tripe.'
J. T, Morton's Goods. urtoous Muteatcls, -OaitoonsMuscnlcls, Quarts Mont
btiiai Lime Juice, .'iut 'NN orcestorshlre Sauce, Piula do do, U tins Cocoa
and Milk, di Mocre's Chocolate and Milk, Tins Hiidth'? Coflee nnd Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Small Bottles Smith' Essence Collee, Tins Patent Gloats,
Mb tins Symlngt' n Pea Flour, . -tins Van Houslon's Cocoa, 21b Vail t'cotch
Oatmeal, M.b papers Epp's Hoini opalhic Cocoa, 7-lb tiiiB Epp's Vanilla. Choc
olate, if.lb pncUuges; 1.0 lb tins Coumlina. 3 0 do do. Oakley's Knilo Polish
1 lb tills Pcnrl SaKO,.do Giotind Rico, do Flaku Tanioen. do Cnmbrldco San-
sages, omau uns uxioru callages, iirgo tlus uo, Colt man
in Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thvine. Dried Saum. Suvorv.
r. ,,m,. , . ,,-.
s una i ibcuii i-iu, isuyuuuu rupper, j pints supeiior xauio vinegar, jianin
Edam Oheise, Bottloj Day & Maitln's Liquid Shoe Blacking, Tins do Pa
lo, ijf-tin Potted Ham and Tongue, M-iin l'otlid Tuikey and Tongue, PI
Duret's Freuch Salad Oil, Jf pints do. Ciose & Blackwell's Salad Oil, a
1 .1.... til. -,. T)! . 1 " .. T. .' .'... '. ... .
much more tuo numerous tn mention,
auio uguies jrresn ice House uoods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
East nrnwKrt vrvrrr-
New Goods received by every Packet from Iho Fctteiu States and Eurppo
i. nnl r 1 , . T i. All n ..loci 1 1 Sf.ill.r Alfm.fln.l trt
'iuau iuiuurina iTounco ny every m earner. i'" j .............. .,
and Goods delivcrtd to any purl ol tlm city free of cluirrc. Bland oidtrs foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaiautetd, Post Offlco Box 145. Telephone Ko. m. 108 ly
Kj. .i ....- M.Uj4L' Ht
Gents' itoar in
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nicliol's nore, Port street,
next the Shooting Gnllciy, Pic
lures, Portraits nnd views Fiist class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 lv J. A. GONBALVES.
P. O. Box 297.
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o Vinegar, Lauing'a
all of whieh wo offer for sale at reason.
and KING STREETS.
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