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All water rates duo on tiirm ending
.luiio 1,0, 1887, must be inid nt ilio olllec
nf the Honolulu Wntir Works lie fore
IGthday of Jnnuvry, 18S7. All intcre.
irrnl n lug unpilil Jauntily 1.', IPt-T, will
be subject to nn additional 10 per lent.
Parties pnyluc iuts will pti-cit tlieir
Inst receipt. CJ1 S. 1$. 1I.SO.V,
Sup't. Honolulu WntiT Woiks.
Approved: L. AlIOL'),
Minister ot In o Ion
Honolulu, Dec. I, 18811. 00
BlSUOl' A (Jo., KANKEKS
Hiiuolii it Hawaiian Inlands.
lira Exchange on the
LS.uilt i CtLlil'oftiin. S "P
Anil i In: lr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mi'bis. N. M. Roth-child & Son, London
TUi! Commercial liiiuk Co., of Sydney,
l'liu Commercial Dunk Co., ol Sydney,
Ttie liiiuk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ulirisleliuii'li, ami H cllitigton,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
tor hi, II. (J., .ii m'i I'oitlntid, Or.
Transact a Ocneuil H.ilikliij Uuslnust..
i till IV
f lodged to neither Hect i or 1'arty
Bat cBtabllshed fjr tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY. DEC. -1. 188fi.
' TOO MUCH COMPETITION.
"Too much of :i good thing is no
good," ho it is said. Competition
in almost every trade, business,
profession, or enterprise, is good;
but too much competition is no
good. Monopoly, as a rule, is bad,
ami generally to be deprecated. In
some exceptional cases, monopoly
is good, as in instances where mono
poly might provide a public benefit
that competition would kill. Up to
a certain point, competition is help
ful to enterprise, but beyond that
hurtful. In almost every trade,
business, and enterprise in Honolulu,
competition has exceeded that point.
Almost everything is ovredone.
There are too many stores, too'
niany shops, too many builders, too
many printing olliecs too many
newspapers, too many trades people
entirely for the amount of popula
tion and requirements of the place.
The natural consequences are, the
reducing of prices to an unprofitable
if not ruinous figure, inferior quality
of article, and a danger of terminat
ing it brief career in the 'insolvency
court. Competition pushed to bitch
extremes is permanently beneficial
to none, and ultimately injurious to
The good natured and mild tem
pered controversy on the Electric
light question will probably result in
obtaining the desired object. The
-advocacy of the Daily Bulixtix is
virtually endorsed by the Advertiser,
though we differ on minor points.
The last paragraph of our contem
porary's editorial has our sincere
approbation, and it is hoped that
beneficial results will arise thcre
irotn. W. C. T. U.
WOltK AMONO HAWAIIAN'S ANNUAL
11KFOUT OF 3IISS MAHY K.
The pioneer work of one year ago,
which was then but an experiment,
has resulted favorably to the pro
gress of tcinpeiance among lln
waiians, thioughout the entire group
of islands. We leel no regret but
rather deep plenMiie, as the experi
oiiciw of the year pass in icviuiv be
fore us. Wo thank Ciod, and take
courage in spite of the ilaik clouds
1 Hint hung low and heavy over the
national hoiizon. Let us ask great
favors of the God whom wo serve,
nothing doubting. Jle bestows
libeially, ivc must work in earnest,
pray in fnitli, nnd look ever fur tho
silver rift in tho ulyik cloud. From
six and seven tioubli's has tho na
tion been dehveied, when men's
hearts well nigh hilled them, find
lieioic women i-j) bended knee lilted
tearful eyes to Jii'nwii for delivcr
nuce. It came. Tlii'M- Islands have
been baptized by the spiiit of Hue
religion, and niiuiv immortal soul-,
have enttved upon the Joys and em
ployments of tho heavenly world,
saved by the guice of Ood. The
lemperunce societies oiganized on
Oalm, at Honolulu, KiuiioiliiliIa
non and Waikiki, have proved helps
to the cause, as the members them
selves assert. Few from these socie
ties have fallen, apd names have
hiicn added to the h&ts. Honolulu
society numbers one bundled and
forty. We have held temperance.
wjee'liugH weekly, at llr&t, on each
Thursday afternoon; but tho male
members of tho society not being
able to attend during tho day, on
account of woik, wo changed the
time to Saturday owning.
I have talked teinpeianee to tho
children of tho Government schools,
at Kawalahao and Kaumakapili.
Ono center of interest in the causo
is Kwainhno Female Seminary.
Hunt's "Child's Health Primer" is
taught there, and temperance princi
ples nrc faithfully inculcated. Nino-ty-seven
of tho young Indies have
signed the pledge. At the last
election there were Ilawaiians in
Honolulu, true to principle, who
would not be bought for -money,
men who feared Ood rather than
man. An old Hawaiian and his
wife, who live in high places main
tain tlieir Christian character n
spite of all that would lure them
fiom the "pono the right. At
Kamotllili the good work continues,
'llic secretary of the society was
'asked if he Hid not fear that the
approaching festivities attending the
King's birthday, might lead the
members of the society into intem
perance. "O no," he coolly replied,
"the President and I can' look out
for the youngsters." This society
enrolls sixty-four names.
Manoa Society numbers forty. On
several public occasions the chil
dien have sung in Hawaiian, "Turn
your glasses down, boys," with line
Waikiki society numbers twenty
membeis. The monthly meetings
are always interesting, and attend
ance fair. The pupils of the public
schools aic present on such occa
sions, and we anticipate the healthy
influence excited will widen and
deepen as years roll on.
1 went to Kauai in April last,
where 1 spent a month at Lihuc,
and adjacent places. Also at Koloa
and Waimca, preaching gospel tem
perance at. the churches, the school
houses, and the dwelling places of
the people. 1 should have com
pleted a tour of the island had not
unavoidable circumstances pi event
ed, also a tour of Hawaii and Onhti.
The temperance societies at AVaio
liinu, Kau, and Hookena, Koua,
Hawaii, are large and prosperous.
Their olliccrs aic men and women
of more than ordinary ability.
By this week's mail 1 received a
letter from Judge Martin, a Ha
waiian, dated Waiohinu, Hawaii, in
which lie saj's: "I am very happy
to inform you that the Temperance
Societies in Waiohinu. Naalchu,
and Honuapo arc in an advance
step. The total number of nicinbeis
to date is 117. Since 1 came back
from Honolulu we held a general
meeting in Waiohinu which was a
success. Seven new members were
added to the list. To-day (Nov. 1C)
we held another meeting in the
Waiohinu church on the occasion of
His Majesty's biithday. We were
very glad to see no less than 200
people in the church. A nice pre
sent was made to His Majesty by
adding four new members ; the four
were known by every one to be old
kulu merchants. This is one of the
finest and quietest days in Waiohinu.
There has not been a sign of drunk
enness around. I am also able to
say that since the society was form
ed, the number of cases in court un
der the influence of liquor has been
reduced to six in twelve months."
On the 13th of July last, I left
Honolulu for Maui. I visited Hana,
and found after convening the peo
ple at the church, that the anti-rum
portion of the community had held
their own with Hie exception of two
or three individuals. Four of the
members have died, others taking
tlieir places, so the number sixty
yet remains. The boys and girls
who, the 3'ear previous, took the
white ribbon badge, arc growing
stionger to resist evil, and have no
desire to take "the first glass."
At Paia, I found the society had
grown in numbers; at present
eighty. One man who had been a
hard drinker, came forward and
signed the pledge, an answer to the
earnest pleadings of "the good old
father for his erring son.
At Wailuku, Maui, the liquor
licensed saloon still thrives on the
hard earned wages of natives and
foreigners; still scatters fire brands,
arrows and death; still engenders
povcrt3' and crime, I held a meet
ing at the church where members of
the union gave favorable reports.
They number thirty-threp. They
greatly need elllcient olliccrs. One
man gave testimony to the fact that
he had kept the pledge, taken when
I met him at tho Wailuku prison
the ptcvious year, and that he felt
himself to be a better and a happier
man. So he indeed seemed, the
contrast was marked.
At Wailuku I met tho society,
after having spent three days in
laboring from house to house, en
deavoring to awaken fresh hope and
enthusiasm in the hearts of tho peo
ple. The number of signers has
risen fiom .eight to thirty-seven,
sinco my former yj.sjt.
At Waihec, I was cheered by a
full house and an appreciative
audieucoi faithfully had the meet
ings been continued. Thirty-seven
are on the Secietary's st. The
good word is: "Wo arc keeping Ijip
evil away, Wo are hopeful for our
homes and our children." Tho
Government day school is admir
ably conducted j a portion of tho
pupils became ineuibeis of the so
ciety. I visited many homes in
Waiehu (lying between Wnihee and
Wailuku), talked temperance to a
scjiool of boys and girls where four
teen signed 'the pledge.
From tho "Four Waters" I came
on to the quiet sea port of Lnhaiiin.
Historic Lahaina, Once a home for
Hawaiian chiefs, royal in descent,
and royal in allegiance to the King
of kings. Here, too, has Satan had
a strong hold, inciting tho people to
indulge in ardent spirits to thoir
ruin. I was met on tho wharf by
the pastor, Itcv. A. Pall, and con
ducted to his homo, where 1 re
mained a week in his well lcgulalcd
family. Ileio 1 formed a union,
laboring at the church most of tho
day. Many roso and told tho sad
erfects or intemperance- in tlieir own
lives. A student from the North
Pacillc Missionniy Institute made a
noble speech in favor of total absti
nence. The pastor was chosen
President, the Judge, Secietnry.
There arc four distiict Judges who
hold olllces in our societies. Here
twenty persons signed the pledge.
The following Friday I held a prayer
meeting with the women nt the
church. Petitions sincere and earn
est, were offered, and a sense of
God's presence was felt. Such
prayers "move the hand that moves
At Ltiltainaluna Seminary for Ha
waiian youths, I was kindly offered
the use of the main hall, where I
met tho students. Here, as well fts
elsewhere, I exhibited Dr. Kcllog's
temperance charts. Deep interest
was manifested, and thirty-four in
telligent lads placed their names to
the pledge. Olliccrs were chosen
from among their own number. As
1 listened to their full rich voices in
song, and looked into their pleasant
laces, I felt that there is still much
to hope for in the future of the Ha
The following Sunday, the pastor's
wife accompanied me to Kaauapali,
live miles from Lahaina. A com
pany of adults and children with
their pastor were at the "halehala
wai," or meeting house, awaiting
1113' arrival. Here I organized a
union of sixteen members.
September 30th, I crossed the
Pailolo channel, and landed on the
loeky coast of Molokni, recognizing
hone of the few who came to the
beach. To my disappointment the
pastor had moved, and was living
several miles away. A policeman
kindly offered me the use of his
horse and saddle, and directed me
to Hotiomu the home of Judge Ku
pihea, where I was cordially re
ceived. Mrs. Kupihea gave 1110 the
use of her best horse for all my
after travels on Molokai. The peo
ple considered it a special provi
dence that directed me to the
Judge's, as he had at times yielded
to temptation to drink. But the
pleasant stay with himself and
family, led to his signing the pledge,
and becoming president of the
society that I formed at Kaluaaha,
the former headquarters of the mis
sionaries. Here I spent the day till
3 o'clock, i'. 31., holding religious
services, and organizing a society of
thirty-one members. Here I met a
goodly number of old men and
women in whose hearts the seeds of
truth had been sown by the mis
sionaries. They greeted me most
cordially, and rejoiced for my ar
rival, but were puzzled why they
should be called upon to sign tho
pledge, when they had never tasted
liquor. The Judge rose, and said,
"It is the foice of your example
that is sought." Later in the day
I was asked to visit another church
where the Young People's Christian
Association hold their meetings. It
was a prolitable season. The leader
was an honest, faithful worker for
the Master. The long row of neatly
attired children recited each a Scrip
ture text, when the whole would
liscand&inga Gospel hymn. Old
and young alike participated in the
pleasure, and were manifestly in
sober earnest to keep their Associa
tion alive. They wished no margin
left for intemperance. Hoped no
licensed liquor saloon would ever
enter their borders. A crowd
gathered around us as we mounted
our horses, and, amid the last
woids of "aloha nui" and hearty
hand shakes, it was hard to leave.
But an eighteen miles ride lay be-
loreus'on me morrow, jvi tiawn
of day we set forth for Halawa, the
eastern point of the island ; my
companions were the wife of the
pastor, and her son, nine years of
age, who, on his tiny pony carried
the roll of charts. We met an edu
cated Hawaiian, who told mc of his
life of intemperance, and how,
through the entreaties of his little
granddaughter, )ip had reformed.
Said he, "I will never again taste a
drop of liquor, God helping mc."
As we passed along the eastern por
tion of Molokai, the path led up the
mountain's side; tho country bo
canie -richer in vegetation, till we
reached the culminating point
Halawa. Bcforo making the last
descent into tho Yallej', I devoted a
season to the view below; the ocean
dashing upon tho curved sand beach ;
cliffs to right and left two miles up ;
and at tho head of the valley, aro the
waterfalls, Moaula and Hipuapua.
A stream, flows thence to the sea.
Cottago homes (wooden houses) on
cither side, some nestled up steep
ascents among roso bushes and con
volvulus vines, the church with its
spire an accompaniment to every
Hawaiian settlement and tho tastily
furnjshpd residence of Bopresenta
tivc Paehaojo, were tho principal
features. Tlioro lay far clow, tho
beautiful picture, no liquor saloon
and but a small apology for a store.
Soon tho news spread of 1113' arrival.
Tho ensuing day a trustee of the
church called at each house in tho
Yiilloy, to give duo notice of the.
temperance meeting. Tho inhabi
tants of this yaljey aro an indus
trious people. Here 1 organized a
socict3' of thirty-six members. Hero
is a day school of ninety-three
bright, wide awako boys and girls.
J guvo, at the teacher's request, a
talk to the giijs on tho uso of to
bacco, told them the story of tlio
three years old MI99 whom I once
met, who offered mo her cigarette,
saying, aa she removed it from her
baby lips, "E pulii kaua," "Let us
two smoke." Whereupon the whole
iiliict3'-thrco laughed heartily.
(To bo Continued.)
Tin: following persons nio gazetted
as agents to take acknowledgment to
labor contractu: S. L. Knwelo, llilo,
Hawaii; J. D. Inon, Mnknwno, Mnui;
.Limes Blight, Kohiilit, Hawaii.
Agents to giant marriage licences:
James Blight, Kohahi, Hawaii; S. L.
Knwelo, llilo, Hawaii.
BISHOP Jfc Co.'s CERTIFICATE
of deposit No. 1-1,(533 for $100 dated
Oct. 30 188(5; payable to tho oider of
Mrs. W. F.Johnstone. Payment lias
been stopped. Party finding came will
please deliver to
00 3t P. O. Honolulu.
JEC. J. TVOL.T3H3
Hns Ji st received u l,rgo aprt
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Clgircll'1 llnldcis, ttc, suitable
ALo :i lingo 'lock of nil lliu mo-l
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest Do igni, and SmokuM'
Kequisiles of cery kind.
100 Foil Street.
CaiTiagcs,Bpa kes S llai'uess
On Wednesday, December 8th
At 12 no' 11.
At 0111 wile-room, Omen Street, wo will
sell nt Public Auction to close consign
Two Village Carts,
1 Feddlar's Cart,
2 Callfornl 1 Rinki's; also
With jjioh ami Shoe,
Two Seta Double Harness,
Two Sets Buggy Huino-B.
Two aels J lurk IIiuiH'tH.
1 Carriage Pnle.
One Phaeton, in Good Order,
1 Sct.Singlu rinrness; and
1 Ii O JEL & JEJ ,
Broken to hornets, nan bz safely diiven
by any Inly.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 SI Ai.ciioneeis.
Hy order of Messrs T. II. J1AVIES &
CO., we will soil at Public Auction, on
nccount of wliom it in ly concern,
On Thursday, December 9th,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
Attlio Wiirelimif-o Vislow 11. llnckMd &
Co.'s the following niilclcs suved from
the wreck of tho British Bark " Dunnot
tur Oustle," viz:
Oiifj gliig's Boa! and Oars,
1 Water Condenser, 1 Compass,
A Lot of Canvas Sails
Lot of It'ipes and Blocks,
Spars, Rigging, Staunchions,
Oauln Fiunituu', etc , ete.
1? is naif cash.
IS. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 4t Auctioneer!;
Juit recfhed perl3nik"W. H.
Watson," from Liverpool,
lxHJ, i:lru Ileuvy.
For salo by
O'l lw .
AN ENGLISH SADDLE.
Owner ,can have the sniiio by
nrnvlne lironeriv 11 ml navine
expense, Apply nt tho CobmonollUn
Itesiuiiriint, PD3tJ J. Sr. CLAIR.
JUST OPENED !
rpHK FIHST CONSIGNMENT OF
X P.uitio Const Dluiles for 1887.
Cup Dlnrics, Office DiaiioJ,
Quarto Diaries, Ladles Poekot Diaries,
Gents Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Cull early, as they aro selling very fast.
01 Merchant St.
J U.ST 111 ilvtd, a Ijnrjje I,t of
CiKitrH, uiiiniifiH'iiirul liv Engcl.
brcclil,Snn V Co Tlio jutly celebrated
"Hnmnlcr" fi.ci.nt Cljurs; irlclly
ll'ivana Chcioot, of n bountiful lluvor 11
fn'o Mnokir, and not oH'cnslvo to latlleF,
iven hi a close room Tills ii n burnti
1 Cigar. A miiiII lot of Vnllt: Io
Culm. TI111I Cigur mnkct 11 man ft el
vlicu Mn oklng ns though lw was liltlo
above tho common stock. You may al
wajs notice blni on thuxlrcu by lhowny
he struts. Alio, tho-osmnll ImiiliiN,
someihlng illUcreul from nny beforo in
A Fim liol ol NninkorV
oo(1h, Jim 1 veil veil fiom London.
Thete, together with tbe vailom oilier
irooilf, make tho BMOKRlte' EMPOR
IUM the lltust place to purchnse in the
city. Customers setvid In a gentleman
7 lw 71 Foit Street.
Hns received Ironi t-'nn FnmcUro, per
Mariposa and other late airivulsa choice
selection of American ami ll.'iv.inn Cigars
among h li 1110
Wedgo, Cboiubs, Triplets, Cheroots,
Operas, Duetts, Red Cioes and
tha Flor do Cuba.
ALSO BOM II
Kull IresN, I'el, Huecl ttorpornl and
other II rami H of ClgnrrttCH.
Don't full 1 1 try bis celebiaied Iiittlu
DihIch. Tlioy nr betlei than eer.
ior ITOrtT ST 1 tK IC1
18J Opp.lle Williams' G.iUory. 2w
THEHE WILL KE A MEETING OF
tint Hawaii nt It He AsociiUion nt
Muiuiil T-h-ihuno 1$ Hiding, SATlHt
I) Y, Dec, lib, 111 7. lit) p. in. All mem
bo s are leiuie-led 10 uiienil.
fli2t .1.11. FISllEIt, Sic'y
AIL l'UlfXlXS ABE MERE 'Y
lot bidden to t'cspafe or -bout
upon the land- of W.dlupcni Niu, I',
land nf Ouliu, and any poi i": fiunil
litospus-iiig ! sboolh g' on Mich bud'
will be piflM'Ciitul.
MltS. A IERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 21, iSf-0. 91 2iv
ALL PERSONS AUK WARNfcD
not to trc-piifs or shoot (under
penal'y of the law)-rU o tbe lands in
Knueoliu and Kai'na, O.ilui, owned or
leased by the undesigned.
By her Aitornuv-in-Fuci,P. ( Jones.
-jlTK. C. BOLTE requests that nil bills
JLTL against the Jubilee Committee be
sent him at once '.7 lw
A NEWLY BUILT, COMFOBTA
b.e House of 11 rooms, villi modern
improvements and good yard. Finnish
eJ or uiitoinislied; n tine loealion,unda
mi st elisiruble place. A long term ten
ant desired. Apply to
Real Eatatc Agent and Collector, No.
42 Muiehant Stitct. ttf.
THE well known Old Corner
1'roillise.S. Apply at tbe BI2A
VEH SALOON. 17 lw
11003I TO LET.
A NICE 1URNISHED FRONT
100m la a ri ivute family on Seliool
Slieel, between Nu muu and Fort; ll.ird
bou-e In m loiner of Nuuai.u. 07tf
HOUSE TO LET.
HOUSE TO LET AND FUtNITURE
loi sale ai I'ulaina. Ap ly at
Wuiii.er & Co. a Jeweliy Store.
17 lw L. K. S.
TO LET OH LEASE.
AlU'UsK AND COITAGE, ( ON
Iniiung foui largetrotnu and four
mi til rooms; iiKo, Mull, curiagu house,
with ne.ul one 1 cic oi pattuie und gar
den, iiitislau water, etc. I'eims oiy
moderate Apply to Gi:o. H. Roukut
son, Piinahoii, fur key, etc. 05 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
T No 8 EMMA SThEbT. En-
quae on Hie inemibes.
eJOtf CAPIMJ. WHITNEY.
ItOOMS TO LET.
IURNItHED ROO:S TO LET AT
. Kewdo, by the day, weoK or month.
Apply on premises to
b8 lm W. I. KAIIALE.MAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FUUNWIBD OR UNFURNISHED.
ACotiMg tin Luiiiililo anil l'ilkoi
Kireits, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Use ot horse and earriuge;
largo garden, Apply to
CHAti. J. FISHEL,
49 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
THE COTTAGE now occupied by
Mr, K. V. Tinker, containing six
looms, bilh room, pantry, veranda loom,
etc. Theio aro abo stables, curilnge
bouse, tciv.uit's room, all in good order.
Apply to E. R. HENLRY, at Pacific
llaidwnie Co.'s Btoie, Fori Hi. !f'tf
STOCK FOR SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule, binkuu to nubile; bred nt
Kuiiloii Riucli, Prico 100 inch. Also
Mveriil two-year-old llon-o Oolt, shid
by ''Tilumpli," sou cf "Cusslus M Clay,
Jr." Apply to O. H.JUDD,
Orcini or Alex. J. C.irtwright.
A NEW SLOOP, 21 feet
long, 7 feel (1 inches beam,
3 fjet depth of hold, und 8
tons burden, with .sails com.
plete. yiio vessel Is In perfect older
ami win no soiu encap.
E. R. RYAN.
IN FRENCH AND SPANISH LAN
gunges taught. Private hssons
given to ladies at their own residences.
For particulars apply tV
!)8 1 w Pp. Chinese Church, Fort St.
Has just received ex Zenlandiu, ji beautiful Stock of
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
A Fine stock of dents' Neckwear in
Satin, Sis and Cashmere.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO ABUD SEE H6S B1EW STOCK!
108 No. GONuunnu fctrcet. lv
King: Street, between Fort and Altilcea Streets,
Has receivid per "Claus Sprc kele, ' "Discovery," and ''Alameda," a choice as
sortment 01 new gooos
Telephone a ill.
Fie h Apples, Cape Cod Cianberric, Minco Jleat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
dinsr, 1, 2 and 311 Una; -Maple iryrup, fctar Drips, Eureka Drips, Honed Turkey and
Chicken, Luncli 'longue. Ham, Bacon, Salmi n in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Oil.
Cheese, Laid, Codllsh, Table RiiMns-,' Curiantis Dates, Nllif, Duict's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Slirim i, Sou-ed Mucin rel, O'steis, As-orted Exlincts, Choco
ate, I'n.ne, Raking Powder, Ti a7 Flour, Wheat, Corn, Poialois, Cnions, Saloon
Briud, Crackers add Cnkih, Sweet and Sour Pickle-, Choice Fremh Pns, Urooine,
Ontile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosino Oil, Bran nnd Oats and a gmcral assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf'
LEWIS & CO,, GROOSRS,
1 1 X lorfc. Street,
Have jubt received tx British bark " Iron Crag," a line assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy .Groceries,
C" i-'-o ik BbieKweil'- (Joiil, consisting nf Mlxid Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Piite a di.ible, BU liter Paste, Poind Beef, Potted
Tongiie, Totted Hum and-Cbicken, Polled Came, Divillcd Ili.m, tins Sheep
Toiigiti'D, tins collared OxTohguis, Large tin Bologin Suu 114:1a. Pliilirpo &
Canniid'a Trullled J a u I'aitridger, do Quail, do 1 arts, do Si ipis, do ood
cocks, do 1 1 ivei ; 1 lib tins Oarioway ReeiU, Botiles JIiij onnaiee Sauce, Mush-r-im
Oil sup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Ancliovlui, Uenpal Cbutney
Tom Ho Loiiecivf, Bottles I'rench TnilUcs, French Olive-, Spanish Olives.
Piirmason Cheisc, Jordan Almonds. Pblllipo & CanaudV Tmllled Pato do fnls
f.rt.s.Tin'i wholoRiut Tarliidc,doGioubo,do 1'lieasnin, Tin BiuelsSpiouts,
Tm Sigo nnd-Ouion, 1'ieseived Aiushroonis, 1 lb tin Uunitd Fowl, lib tin
Ciomu & lllackwell's Aspuragii", 1 lb tin Bcel Marrow Faf, I lb Jugged Ilaro,
1 lb liu Mince Meal, $.lb tin Knglhb Anowroot, 1 ll) tin Fillets ot Bolts, J.lb
tin Prawn', Itenl Yaimouth Hlomeis, 1.1b tin Frieh Cod Roes, Lib Ijn Engliii
S Iced Jtiof, 2-lb Boltle Fremh Pliinif, ,-lb tin CliampgnMi', U oz Bottle
C'apui Oipeis, i if, do, -lb UottliK India Cuny Powder, 4 cz do. Thil'lrp &
Canand's Petit Puis, Lib iln Croi.c ifc UhicKV')l'f nil Soup, do 3Iock fTur
tie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken lliotli, 1.1b tin Mulliguiawi y Soup', do
Grouno ooup, (o Glbh'l Soup, do Hot Potcb fcoup, do Veai'table Soup, do
Cockle Loklo Simp, do Ure'en fins Bouji do Mutton Brotb,do Soup und lioulllr
do Rrast Fowl, do Carrots, do I'nrt-n'ps, do Turnips, do Onlonp, JX-lb tin I51acc
I.olcetteivhiro Muehroonis, Lib tin Fioh Tripe, do Ii Isb Stew, do Alronodo
Beet, do lb Hid Million, do llarrlcoi Million, do Mewed Kidneys, do Calfsbead,
do Cidfsht-ad und Ham, do Ron-it Mutton, do Roast Vtnl, 'Llb'tlns Boiled Beef
do Rolled Mutton, .litis Salted Tilpc.
J. T. Morton's Goods. anoonb MiuiateU, J-Outoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont.
hfiini Llmij Juice, J.I'int orcisterf-hiru Sauce, PlnU do do, yi llus Coccu
and Milk, di Moire's Cliocolalo and Milk, Tins Smiths Collee Mid Mill;, do
Cocoa and Milk, Sin ill Hollies SmllhV Etfenco Ooflco, Tiui PMent Gionlx,
Lib tins Symingt' 11 Pea Fiom, f.tlns Van Houslon's Cocoa, 21b Vail renlcli
Oalmeal, if .lb pupt-rs Epp's IIi.iiHopuililo Cocoa, 7-1 Ij tins Epp's Vni ilia. Choc,
date, ii.lbpnokiigebi l.ll lb tlnsCoLoatlnn, 110 dodo OiiMcyV Ktiilo Polifh,
1 lb lius Pearl Sago, do Oronnd Kico, do Fhiko 'Tapioca, do Cambridge S.iu.
sages, Small TIiih Oxford Snii-agcb, Largo tins do, Coh-miiu English Mustard
in Botiles, do In Tins, Dilul Th)ine, Dried Sauni, Savory, Dritd Mnijoram,
Yt tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenuo Pepper, ft pints Su oilor'i'ablo Vinegar, Luuing's
Edam Oheisc, Botllca Day &. Maitln's Liquid Shoo Blacking, Tins do Paslo
do, i-liu Potted Ham nnd Tongue, y,n Pot ml Tuikoy r.nil Tongue, Plnls
Durei's French Salad Oil, i.pluts do. Cjojso it Blackwell's r-'alad Oil, and
much moro too miineions 10 mention, all of which wo cller for salo ut nason.
ablo ilgures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE &. BRO.,
IMPpUTEt8 ANP DEALEHB JN
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Fettein Stales and Europo
Fresh California Produce by cery Stiuincr. All oidcrs fnliMu)ly intended to.
and Goods dellvcicd to any part of the city free of clinrri'. Iibu.d oideis foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaraniud. Pobt Office L'ox 14C. TelephoiiO No, 02. 1081y
Time 1 !
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