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SATUllDAY, APRIL 7, 1888.
a 9 ZonumiUn tiom the Colonics en
route for Sftn Francisco
Kinau irouiwlndwnrd ports
Stun .Ins Miikco from Knpnn
Stmr Wninlealc from Knutil
Stmr ICualu from Walalua mul Wninnnc
Sclir Waimnht from Kuiiu
Stmr Iw.ilnul forLahalua nnd Hnmnktta
ut 8 u m
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Labalna nt 3 p in
S S Zealiindla for San Francisco at 11!
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnan for tho Volcano and way
ports at 4 p in
Schr Jlanuokawal for ICoolau at II p in
S rt Australia for Sm Francisco at noon
Schr Waiinahi for Kuan
Stmr Kualii for Wiilunae and Wnlnlua
CARGOES "FROM ISLAnFpORTs7
Kliinii 3005 bags Migar, 2 horses, 7i"
hides, 10 bags taro, GO hags spuds,
40 bags corn, and SO packages sun
dries. Wahnalii UOtl bags sugar.
Makec 1101 bigs sugar.
Walalenlc !)"14 Ji.igs Mignr, G5 green
hide, 1 horse, and 1 bull.
From windward ports per stmr Ki
nau, April 7 lion b G Wilder. J Mon
siiirat, G Kniliunut, Miss ltnmard, Mrs
,f Kanuhaku. Mls Eliza Kanchaku. II
Lllolstein. V Kin Clion, II It Maefar
lane, It Syku, 13 li McKeau, J X S
Williams, ir G Hoibcrt and wife, Mrs
Kitcliui'i and :) children, lion F Horner,
Dr Wcddeukc, Mrs A Voltcrs, Miss K
Lewis, ltev W II Karnes, A Hancberg
and 81 duck
From Kauai, per stmr Waialcalc, Apr
7 Mrs W Olipliant. Mr II Dlmond, T
Fauset and wife, and ii deck.
Stmr Zealandia, Capt Otercndorp,
sailed from Sydney, March 31, at 4:22
p m; arrived at Auckland Mar 25, at
(i :37 pm; sailed from Auckland on the
20th ut G :1G p m ; touched off Tutuila on
the 30th at 11 :0 a in ; arrived at Hono
lulu April Oth, at 8:U0 p in. She brought
98 cabin and 116 steerage passengers, of
which 1 cabin and i steerage passengers
were for this port. Also 140 tons cargo
for Honolulu, and 8S for San Fraucisco.
The schr Waliualu made the round
trip to Kuan nnd back In U days, nnd
brought 1400 bags sugar.
The schr Mary arrived at Hanalci
last Thursday morning.
At Makiki, April G, 1888, to tho wife
of James V. Gay, a son.
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LOCAL & GENERALNEWS.
Bad weather nt Hainakua.
Some Summaries still left,
for the Australia on Monday.
Funsnn McLean of the S. S. Zea
landia has our thanks for news fa
vors. Sugar leady for shipment is abun
dant all along the coasts of Hilo and
The S. S. Zealandia got away for
San Francisco, Bhortly after 2 o'clock
Last Fiiday, two schooners,
names not known, were seen weather
bound at Mahukona.
A TiiojtouaiimtED bull came by tho
Waialcalo this morning, from Rico's
plantation Lihuo, Kauai.
The continuation of tho argument
on demurrer before the Supremo
Court will bo found on the fourth
pagq of this issue.
On Satuiday, Sunday and Monday
last tho rain came down incessantly
at Kohala, preventing sugar fiom
coming to the station.
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The Easter music will bo repeated
at St. Andiow's Cathedral to-morrow
at 11:15 a. in., and 7 :30 p. m., by tho
choir of the second congregation.
The commission of Mr. E. G.
Hitchcock iih Sheriff has been signed
by tho GovornosH of Hawaii. A now
SheriiF, Mr. Kalua Hokiuiu, has been
appointed for Noith Kohala.
The money order department of
tho Post Ollico will bo open until -1
p. in. this afternoon, on account of
tho departure of tho stetunor "Aus
tralia" for Han Fiancisco, on Mon
day. Mn. W. C. Parko notifies tho cre
ditors of tho cst.ito of Jas. W. Ka
halc.inu, that ho will apply to tho
Supremo Court on Monday noxt, ut
10 o'clock, for a settlement of ac
counts, and a discharge from all
The Bulletin stafl" wore tho re
cipients of Mr. F Horn's geneiosity
this noon. It was in tho shape of a
donation of Emperor Francis Joseph
buns, tljo (juality of which was fully
tested by tho stuff, wlio ono and all
pronounced thorn superior to any
thing of tho kind over before pro
duced in this city.
Hahiiy Guunu who was sent from
hero to Boston, about five months
ago, to undergo a course of school
ing in tlto art of engraving, has bent
back Bomo samples of his work,
wljicl) are a credit to him and would
b'o no discredit to a full-Hedged pro
fessional engraver. Harry is evi
dently attending to his studies, of
Which his productions give proof.
A Fine litnu or
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
A Government oiiiployco Was seen
this noon trying to cash chcoks at a
discount, given him in paymont of
tr the dovil should happen lo lose
his tail, wheio would ho go for re
pairs? To tho liquor saloons, where
the worst of spirits aro retailed.
The Geo. 0. Terkins arrived at
llilo, last Wednesday, 14 days from
San Francisco, with about 300 tons
of freight. She entered qunrunlino
for four days.
Tin: Ynnduliii has backed out of
tho race with tho Marion, said u city
front man this morning. They (tho
Vnudnliii's) wanted tho King's boat. I
got it for them and again they backed
out. They aro nil wind, ain't thoy?
"jUltTlIcnry Jlacftulano came to
Honolulu by thoKiuau thisnioining,
to consult his physician. Mr. Mac
farlanc physical health is slightly im
proved, but ho is not entirely well.
JIo will probably lottiru to Waimca,
Hawaii, by the Kinau on Monday.
llox. S. G. Wilder loft Honolulu
by tho steamer Mokolii last Wednes
day evening, and after tno nights'
and a day's pitching and tossing at
&ca by boisteious weather, ni lived at
Kahului. Mr. Wilder went fiom
Kahului to Maalaea, whero he met
tho Kinau, and camo to Honolulu
this morning. .
The Royal Hawaiian Baud will
play this afternoon at Emma Square,
commencing at -1 :30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Match Tho Vice-Admiral. . ..Mllloeker
Ovcrtm e Iphigcnla Gluek
elections Welsh Melodies Ilaie
Filial and Bridal Chorus Lohengrin.
Walt. On the Blue Lake (new)
Galop Cossack's Bide (new).. A3 Mocker
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at the
Y. M. C. A. hall, at 7:30.
Organ opening at Kaumakapili
Church; at 7:15 o'clock.
Auction sale at G. VV. Macfar
lane & Co.'s at 7 o'clock.
Chowder at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Montly meeting of the Typo
graphical Union, at 7:30 o'clock.
BLUE REBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening enter
tainment will be given in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. The public arc cordi
ally invited. The following is the
Miss M. Lishman
,... Mr. .1. Kcola
Mr. J. Goodell
..Miss ii. Yj. Spooncr
.Jliss JI. U. Bcekwjtli
.Kev. S. 12. Bishop
THE NEW ORGAN.
The new organ in the Kaumaka
pili Church will bo inaugurated this
evening at 7:15 o'clock by Mr.
Wray Taylor. Tho interior of the
Church will be lighted by the elec
tric light, which was tried last even
ing with success. The admission
will be SI. Tickets are for sale at
A. L. .Smith's store, Fort street,
and of the Church Committee. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Kaumakapili Maieh in F..Wiay Taylor
Tu. Berceuse hi A Delbiuck
h. Evening Prayer Smart
Fantasia in G Maioi Tours
Caiillous deDunUcrquo (1780;
Prelude and Fugue in C Bach
Fantasia Pastoralu Wely
Andante in G tMlas
Flute Collect lo lliuk
War March from Athallc.. Mendelssohn
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled Banner.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
At 12 noon in ftont of Iolani
Hale, tho stalls of the Honolulu
market for a period of six months.
THE LAST OF THE WHALERS.
The whaler Triton, Captain War
ren arrived the other day, 1 1 months
from New Bedford. .She took 500
bbls. of sperm oil, 200 bbls. of
whale oil and 1,500 lbs. of bono on
tho way. Sho shipped 250 bbls. of
sperm at tho Western Islands, and
has brought the balance here. The
bone will .go to San Francisco by S.
.S. Australia, and tho oil by the S.
N. Castle. The Ttriton will sail for
tho Arctic as soon as she can get
ready. All hands on board aro
pretty will, excepting the Captain,
who is slightly indisposed.
POLICE COURT. """"
Saturday, April 7th.
II. Torbert and 3 natives suffered
the penalty of drunkenness.
II. Dobson's case of assault and
battery with a deadly weapon was
putoff until jMoiulay.
Win. Ulepau, assault and battery
on J. Crosland, discharged.
Geo. Puna, assault and battery
on J, Crosland, continued until
Ilnloaknla, lmccny of goods from
the store of M. tic Qutidros, on or
about April 1st. Continued to
Other cases were further contin
ued. The Emperor of Austria gives
8,000 llorlns to tho sufferers frpm
the ilooa in Galicia.
JjooH nt tho Fine Iilno of
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Latent Htj les.
THEY WERE NOT POSTED.
Somo masters of whalo ships
touching hero this spring wished to
tako one or moro natives to fill up
their complement of men ; but were
deterred by the idea that they would
have to give bonds as usual, the
Government linving just executed
the pennlty of 5300 on a last year's
bund, the conditions of which had
been broken, and Capt. A. W.
Pcirce who had always signed tho
bonds as surety declining to assume
any new obligations. It did not
come into his or their minds that by
a law of tho last session of the
Legislature tho restriction upon
Hnwaiians leaving the country had
been removed, and consequently no
bonds could bo required. In the
excitement on tho veto question this
seemed to have lapsed from tho
minds of many, and will be news
to some ollicials and others even
now, who have not carefully read
up tho Session Laws of 1887. P.
A MIDNIGHT FIGHT.
There was a grand light, so the
boat boys say, between the Nntunn
sailors and the boat boys at 12
o'clock last night. The natives were
telling about the fight to a Hui.ixtik
reporter this morning. Thoy gave
a graphic description of bloody
noses, black eyes and cracked
beads. As far as could bo made
out there was, as usual, a woman at
the bottom of the fracas. The Police
record in connection with the fight
shows tho name of George Puaa,
charged with assault and battery on
GOAL IS HIGH
And scarce, hard wood sawed into
stove length. For sale in quantity
to suit at low prices by T. J. King,
at tho Union Feed Co., Queen Street.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVi: CENTS 1'EIt POUND.
Irritated throats nnd annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the l'ionecr Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
A BROTHER'S SUDDEN DEATH.
While at breakfast at the Chris
tian Brothers' College, Twelfth and
K streets, yesterday morning, Eli
jah Nichols, Professor of Elocution,
was stricken with paralysis. He
was seated at the table with the
other brothers and was seen to drop
his arms and fall back in his chair.
Brother Cianan and othets hastened
to his side and inquired what was
the matter, but tho stricken' man
could only answer: "paralysis,
paralysis." lie was carried to the
parlor of the college, and medical
assistance summoned, but the pro
fessor died about 2 o'clock in the
The deceased had been a profes
sor in the college here about a year.
He was a native of Virginia, but re
ceived his education in France, and
studied law in Columbia College,
New York. He came to this State
in early days, and thirty years ago
was a member of the Legislature
from San Francisco, participating
in the election of Brodenck for Sen
ator, lie afterward gave up tho law,
and, being a devout Catholic, ac
cepted a professorship in St. Igna
tius College of San Francisco, lie
was also a piofcssor for some years
at St. Mitchael's College, Portland,
Oregon, and Professor of Languages
and Discipline in a San Jose institu
tion. Ho was a most accomplished
linguist, a lino classical scholar, and
Brother Cianan said to-day: "In
twenty years' educational experi
ence in California, I have never met
Brother Nichols' equal as a reader."
For ten years the deceased was a
professor and teacher in tho schools
and colleges of tho Sandwich Isl
ands. Tho deceased was 05 years
of ago at the time of his death. His
funeral will tako place from the
church at 0 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. Sacramento Beo, March 13.
From tho New Zealand Herald of
March 2Ctli, wo take tho following:
Information lias been received
that the evacuation of tho Now He
brides by tho French has taken
place, and that a French gunboat
had removed all tho troops from tho
islands together with tho material
taken there for the erection of bar
A heavy thunderstorm passed
over tho colony March 25th. At
Bauenjoey a houso was struck by
lightning and burned to tho ground.
A man perished in tho flames,
Tho population of tbp city of Mel
bourne is estimated nt 301,000,
Tho company owning tho Wara
tah coal mines reftibo to grant any
concessions to the men who aro now
out on a strike.
Tho Cabinet adopted the Postal
C'onferenco resolution for the ex
change of postal cards with Europo
at a pence via Italy and 2 pence by
The Government aie considering
tho -propriety of extending the
penny paslago over tho whole colony.
The mailer plumbers of Ifochcst
tor, N- V., have reorganized. Twenty-live
firms are represented
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests,
THE MILK TRUST.
MR. DlLLIKOnAM INTERVIEWED.
A representative of the Bulletin
lias interviewed Mr. B. P. Dilling
ham, of tho Woodlawn Dairy, in re
gard to the so-called "Milk Trust."
In reply to the inquiry as to
whether there is any truth in tho
current report that tho Woodlawn
Dairy Co. is attempting to create a
milk monopoly uuder its control,
Mr. Dillingham replied :
The said dairy has never during
its eight years' existence attempted
to drive out auy competition or
sought lo buy up its competitors.
Just before the Pnwaa and Wood
lawn dairies were starting in busi
ness, it had been rumored" that sev
eral dairies then attempting to sup
ply the city with milk, would raiso
the prico to 15 cents per quart. The
presence of these two now dairies
prevented the rise in milk, and in
stead of competing fairly with their
now competitors those old
hands at tho business offer
ed their milk at two cents
per quart under the prico asked
and maintained by their competitors
to April 1st, 1888, a period of over
eight years. The Pawaa and AVood
lawn Daries commenced their busi
ness witli only a few canes of milk
required for each days supply, and
notwithstanding all tho competi
tion from cheap cow6, cheaps lauds,
cheap labor, and cheap milk, the
trade of the "Woodlawn Dairy now
requires and is supplied with nearly
450 gals, of milk daily.
Has the business paid?
About the middle of January the
Pawaa Dairy was offered for sale
and was known to bo in the market,
but no one interested in the Wood
lawn Dairy approached the proprietor
upon the subject, and it was not
until after tho Pawaa was offered to
the Woodlawn, and a price many
thousand dollars below the cost,
agreed upon, that tho sale and trans
fer was made. Some years since
lion. J. I. Dowsctt started his son
(Hon. J. I. Dowsett, Jr.) in the
milk business. It was said that his
thousands of acres of laud at old
time rental, and his thousands of
cows which must be milked to be
kept tame, would enable them to
supply milk for the whole town at a
price which wcould take the trade. For
a time milk was rushed into town,
offered at 0 cents to our large cus
tomers who were paying 8 cents,
and we lost for a time a considerable
trade, but what we lost on the one
hand was always made up on the
other. Our milk did not go beg
ging. Within a month Mr. J. I.
Dowsett, Jr. of his own accord,
made the Woodlawn Dairy Com
pany an offer in writing, in
which he proposed to transfer his
tracfe to us asking that we bind our
selves to buy say 25 to 30 cans of
milk per day throughout tho year,
saying that he wished to rid himself
of the "bother expense and loss of
peddling milk." Since this offer
was made, several other offors have
been made to us by people who
want to sell their milk upon the
credit of the Woodlawn Dairy,
which offers we have rejected.
As the largest stockholder in the
W. D. & S. Co., I am quite willing
to take all the blame of advancing
the prico of milk, telling at the same
time that I have not received 1 per
cent. per. annum upon my invest
ment in that business during the
eight years since I commenced.
There has been no timo during tiic
past seven years when I would not
have been glad to sell out my entire
interest in that business.
We hear of public spirited men
who say they have ceased to work
for themselves, and have commenc
ed to work holly for the "dear
public." I think I have done my
share (without taking any credit to
myself), for tho "dear public," and
now propose to work for myself.
If tho public aro not willing to al
low interest and a small profit on
capital invested (and I think
managed), to supply one of
common necessities of life, I
only ask that tho Company
made into a co-operativo
concern, by which each of tho
consumers take a small investment in
stock. They can appoint their own
directors, and manager, and if they
chase to charge by common consent
25 cents per quait (the price of
milk in San Diego) nnd divide tho
profit, or 1 cent per nu rut and
divide the loss they can do so, and
thus, possibly servo themselves
cheaper and better than it is now
being done for them.
I quite agree witli you that 1,ip
cost of living is top high, put an
improvement inay npt be iooked for,
until domestic or foreign capital and
entcipriso open up this country by
railroads leading to lands which can
be utilized at one tcntli of the pres
ent cost, to those who supply our !
market witli vegetables, dairy pro- I
ducts and other necessities. In tho
mean timo I cannot afford, lo supply
anything at a loss to myself.
Then there Is 119. tuUli hi the
statement that tho Woodlawu Dairy
i attempting to make a combination,
with the view of putting up pricesV
None, whatever. Wo want uo
monopoly, ami do not attempt to
create one. We have for yeura sup
plied the town with goad milk, at a
price unprofitable to tho company.
We liavo no iutention to do so any
If you Avnnt n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
longer, and have therefore increased
the price. Wo want nothing moro
than a fair profit. Peoplo aro not
compelled to buy from us if they do
C. A. Gospel Pralso Service
. m. Come and bring a friend.
at 0 :30 1
Kawaiaiiao Choiich. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sutiday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 A. M.
Kaumakanli Cntmoit, Rev. J.
Walamau, pastor. Sunday school at
0 a.m. Preaching at 10 30 a. it. and
7 :30 r. m.
Quken Emma Hai.l. Gospel and
song service for Hnwaiians who speak
English nt nta r. si. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Javanese Seiivice : Gospel and
Song Services nt 11 a.m.; Biblo Class
7:30 i M., in the Jnpnucso Y. M. O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hull, corner of
Bvictnuia nnd Kuiianu streets.
Centuae Union Ciiunoii. Her. E.
G.Bcckwlth, 1). D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible elass nt 0:15 A. m".
Sci vices at 11 A. M. and 7:30 i si.
Chinese Ciiuhch. Fort street, near
comer lleietnnla. Mr. Kong Shul ICa
evangelist. Chinoo Sutidav school,
0:30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 v. si. Preaching 11
a. si. and 7:30 l. si. Bible class In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 v. si.
Roman Catiioi.io Cathedrae.
G and 7 A. si., low liiiios; 10 A. St., high
inn", with sermon either in Hawaiian,
Portuguese or English, alternating ac
eoiiling to the three pilnclpal diftcrent
nationalities of the church; i! i si., ro
sary and catechism; 4:30 i si., instruc
tion nnd heueiliction of the Blessed
St. Andkew's Cathedral. Tho
services at St. Andrew's Cathedral to
inonow will bo: Holy Communion,
G:30 a. si. Morning prayer with sct
111011 at 0:30. Hawaiian evensong at
3:30r. si. Evensong with . eiinon atO
i'. m. Seals aie unappropriated.
Second Congregation. Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Morning prayer,
with sermon at 11:15 a. si evening
prayer with sermon at 7:30 v. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 A. si. Seats
free at all service?.
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
feinen Silber Wanreu fur Iloch-
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purchas.
ing wedding presents will llnil a
flnu assortment ot Solid Silver Ware at
tlio store of M. Mclncrny. 08 If
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huve just received ex Aiibtralia
another lot of hat " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEIiR" in keg, which they
are ofl'uriug to their customers. 007 lw
JL most popular
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
JL WORKS, SUNNY SOUTH.
The value j)f modern machinery as pro
ducing a superior article, together -with
scrupulous attention to all details, is
attested by largely increased consump
tion of Aerated Waters manufactured
by tho undersigned. J. E. Brown,
Depot 28 Merchant street. 007 lw
TOB PRINTING of all kinds exc
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THE ONLY READABLE PA
tho Kingdom "Teh
CO cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
THE BEST PAPER to subscribo
for is the "Daily Bulletin." CO
cents per mouth.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornia l'oit, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in keg and cases by
ONSALVES & CO.,
CI LEAN RAGS ami second hand
clothing will be gratefully recclv.
cd for the use of tho inmates of the
Iiranch Hospital for Lipers al Kaknako,
or at t lie Leper Sittlnicut on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr.. at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
minutes' walk from
lut I'ost Olllce. Suit-
ablu for a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAKRAT.
rpilKEE COTTAGES in
at the Fish Market,
COTTAGES TO LET,
TWO COTTAGES fully
located, within S inlnuteb'
walk of tlio Post Office. An opportu
nity seldom oll'ercd to ncouro a coinfoil.
able homo within cusy reach of the
business part of the city, for parti,
culms inquire nt
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO JLET ON
auinoku Btretti, lot runs
tluouiOi to Kinau street, 100
fort froutaKo. Grol piuturugt!, Cult-ipo
contain 0 100111-, furilnjro houso and
Muuli'g lor 3 or -1 hnroos. Hunt $.0 per
inout'i, Apply lo
J. E. 1JHOWN & CO,,
14 if '.' Mf 1 chant street.
1?HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "Tho Dallv Bulletin." 60 cents
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the Steamer Australia, due here on
April 3rd, Mr. Ehrlich will return to- Hono-i
lulu, with a large and varied stock of Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gent's iurnisliing goods
Part of these goods have been imported
direct from Now York, whero they were
manufactured expressly for this market.
The entire lot of these goods will he of
fered at prices which will prove highly
satisfactory to everyone.
AYe will take great pleasure in showing
these goods to the public.
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Gages, at
g. west& co.'s. ;;
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at -
G-. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and JN"ew Chromos,,at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Bags, Dressing Casus,
Scrap Books, at
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
C- WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
"Wheel Barrows, at
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
a. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
"Violins, Banjos, &c, &o., at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zithor aud Piano Strings, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Matlrasses made to order, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Wupeo Hams & Uacon, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Ikef, Kegs Pork, SmokcU Halibut, Kxtrn Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauco, Hostou Brown Hreail, Tnblo Fruits, Gcrinea,
HuckiiiH & Fraiieu American Feed Vo.'tt AHxort'd Soups,
Ridges Food, Imperial Oranum, Rolled Oats, Jlrcnkfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow FJako. & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Prclzels, Prunes,
Datos, 'Nuts, Apples, Fiench Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, IJuttor, llonuy, Plum Puddiug, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't ot Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
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