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lu conformity .ilh u Resolution
of the Pi ivy Council, nutice is hereby
given that the following Rules shall
be obsened in the ptesentatiou of
Petitioti-i for pardon or commutation
All such Petition1? shall be present
ed to tho Minister of Interior, and
must comply with (he following ie
1. That each Petition shall be writ
ton or printed in both the English
and Hawaiian languages, and shall
contain and ect fotlli ;
2. The full name, Ihe age and tho
nex of the person for whom a pardon
or commutation of sentence is asked.
S. A statement of the offence for
which Mich peuoii wan sentenced.
I. The date of such sentence and
by what Com tit was pronounced.
f. What tho i-ontenee is.
('). Tliat tho leeoul of conduct of
the prisoner kept by tho Jailor of
Onliu Piison is annexed to Mich Pe
tition. Cl'KTlS P. IACKEA,
J-Ycietary Privy Council.
Honolulu, Maic.h 1, 1SS).
Tlie legulnr vacation of all Uovern
ment Schools, at the cloj-e of the Hi si
school session of the year, will ex
tend from FRIDAY, April 12th, to
WEDNESDAY, the 1st of May next.
Tlie time between the 2il and 20th
of April, both inclusive, will be de
voted to the instruction of Normal
Glasses, and the examination of
teachers for certificate!-, as, notified
by tho Inspector-General of Schools.
By order of tlie Boaul of Education.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Ollico, March -i, 1SS9.
Offick of tiik Uoai;i or
Honolulu, March 1, 1880.
It is heieby ouleied by tho Board
of Education that all teachers, in the
Government employ, teaching in tho
English language, must attend Nor
mal Classes from Apiil 22d to April
2Gth, inclusive. Tho following gen
tlemen have been appointed by the
Board as Instructor:
Jxo. A. Moom: at Honolulu, for
A lata u T. Atkinson at Wailuku,
lor Maui teachers.
M. M. Scott nt Lihue, for Kauai
P. L. Loisn at llilo, for Hilo, Puna
and Hamakua teachers.
Kohala, Kau and Kona teachers
may attend at Wailuku, Honolulu or
The Board authorizes, the several
School Agents to pay the expenses
of transit of the Government school
teachers to and from the places de
signated. Any persons desiring to become
teachers may attend tho classes.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Office or" tiii; Boaiid of
Honolulu, March 4, 1SS!).)
During the Convention an ex
amination at each of the above
named places, for Grammar Grade
GertilieatCH, will be held. Tlie sub
jects will ho Arithmetic, Algebra,
Grammar, Composition, Physiology,
Tlieojy and Practice (Pedagogy)
"Writing, Physical Geography, Out
lines of History.
No person will bo allowed to enter
for this examination unlet possess
ing a Primary Ccrtilicatc for one
year, or holding a similar certificate
from abroad. An examination for
Primary Certificates will also be held
at tho sumo time at which all
teachers whoso certifioalea have ex
pired must present themselves.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Notice to Holdei'H of
Noticu ia hereby given to all
holder of water privileged that owing
to tho prolonged drouth, it is neces
sary that caro bo used in tho ui-e of
If this is flono, it will not bo neces
sary to curtail irrigating privilege,
hut if tho present oxcessivo use of
water is continued this stop will he
Holders of privileges and tho pub
lic generally mo thcreforo respect
fully requested to nesiht tho depart
ment by exercising economy in tho
use of water.
OIIAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II, I., Maich 1,1889.
rv ix .E
Pledged to neither Sett nor Party,
But established tor the benefit of all
TUESDAY, MARCH o, I88i.
CUT OFF THEIR PRIVILEGES.
Tlie public bave been cautioned,
otllclally by the Superintendent of
Water Wotks nnd iinolllvinlly by the
newspapers, ncainst a wasteful use
of water. It appears that in r.pito
of warnings and in defiance of regu
lations the daily consumption per
individual of the cutirc city popu
lation, men, women, and children,
exceeds 120 gallons. This ia an im
mense consumption. No doubt, it
is mostly used for irrigating pur
poses. The published regulations
allow two hours in the evening of
each day for irrigation ; but many
people ignore the regulations, and
maintain an almost constant drain.
There is only one way of dealing
with buch people. They know that
water is scarce, and will become
scarcer every day until wo get rain,
and yet they selfishly and clandes
tinely take more than their share.
The way to deal with them is to
keep a vigilant watch, and when
they are caught in the act, cut off
their privileges without further warn
ing or ceremony, beginning with
those Government oflicials who are.
among the offenders.
Eihtoh Bui.i.ktin: I noticed in
your last evening's paper, a query
from "A Young Man" who seems to
be badly alllieted with "rumors"
concerning Prof. Scott's proposed
"talk" to young men in the Y. M.
C. A. It has been twice announced
and each time unavoidably post
poned ; the first time at the request
of Prof. Scott because of duties
elsewhere, and the second time be
cause of the unexpected arrival of a
steamer, and a band concert given
only a few rods distant. The only
reason for subsequent delay has
been to find a suitable evening, free
to the Professor and reasonably free
from counter attractions, that the
gentleman may have the hearing he
and his subject merit.
S. D. Fl-LLLU,
Gen. Sec. Y. M. C. A.
mf.f.ting of tiii: no.vui) or Tur.s'rr.r.s.
A quarterly meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
was held at the room of tlie Cham
ber of Commerce, at 10 o'clock this
morning, when the usual reports
were received, and various matters
of interest to the institution were
discussed and acted upon.
The Treasurer stated the amount
of 82031.18 due him and reported
the amount of S2500 of the money
on hand from receipts on account of
Queen Emma's legacy fund, placed
in the Postal Savings Bank.
The physician's quarterly report
was read by the Secretary, as fol
Honolulu, Feb. 28, 1889.
To Tin: Tisustf.fs of tiii: Qulkn's
Gentlemen : I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending Feb. 28, 1889:
Tlie total number of patients at
present in the Hospital is .00; viz. :
31 llawaiians, (18 males, 13 Fe
males), 1 Chinese, 1 Japanese and
M of oilier nationalities; 1G pay
ing. The number of admissions during
tho quarter was 75; viz.; 42 lla
waiians, (27 males, 15 females), G
Chinese, JO Japanese and 17 of
Discharged, 55, viz: 20 llawaiians,
(1G males, 10 females), 5 Chinese,
0 Japanese and 18 of other nation
altics. Deaths 9 ; viz. : 3 Hawaiian males,
3 Chinese, 2 Japanese and 1 Ger
man. The causes of death were as fol
lows: Burn 3, consumption 1, dia
bctis 1, brights disease 1, injury 1,
scrofula 1, typhoid fever 1.
The highest number of indoor
patients was 50, lowest 37; daily
average 15. Calls at the dispen
sary 123. Number of prescriptions
The number of patients treated
in the Hospital was as follows: De
cember 188K, 70; January 1889,
G5; February J889, 70.
The Visiting Committee suggest
ed in their leport the propriety of
having portraits of the founders of
the Queen's Hospital, Their Majes
ties King Kainehamcha IV and
Queen Emma, placed in a suitable
and prominent position in tho insti
tution, which suggestion was by re
solution adopted by tho Board of
Trustees and tho Executive Com
mittee, charged with its execution
in the best possible manner. This
action seems now most appropriate,
as tlioro are funds provided by tho
will of Her late Majesty Queen
Emma, to bo expended within tho
discretion of tho Board of Tiustecs.
The Vice-President appointed the
lions. J. S. Walker, J. B. Athertou
and II. A. Widcmani) tho Visiting
Committee for the ensuing quartet'.
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST OF
HAWAIIAN SUPREME COURT
The taking of a promisory nolo in
settlement of an account, is not a
payment or extinguishment of tho
debt, but merely changes its form,
and postpones the time for its pay
ment; hence, there is a subsisting
indebtedness upon tho note beforo
itanivesnt maturity, sulllcient to
justify a collector general, upon
the creditor's lequest, in refusing a
passport to the debtor. Hardy vs.
Collector General, 1 Haw. 272.
The court explained what consti
tutes an account slated to sustain
an action for the balance admitted
to be due ; and held that it was not
necessary that the account should
have been drawn up in writing and
signed by the paities, but if it was
proved that there had been a reck
oning and a settlement between
them upon which a specific balance
had been ascertained and admitted
by the debtor to be due, that was
sulllcient ; and that forbearance to
sue tlie debtor, cither generally or
for a reasonable time, is a good
consideration for the promise of a
third party to answer for the debt.
Macfarlauc vs. Sumner, 1 Haw.
AGENT OF COKPANY.
The Court refused :i motion for
judgment by default, upon a pro
misory note, made by a party us
agent of a joint stock company, un
less it was shown that he had au
thority to bind th z company by his
note. Wright vs. Navigation Co.
1 Haw. 238.
An appeal by the defendant in a
criminal case was stiucK Horn tlie
Calendar, on the ground that no
bond for costs had been filed in the
couit below, as required by the
statute, and that no appeal had been
properly taken. Ilex vs. McGregor.
1 Haw. 151.
A master may correct his appren
tice with due moderation. Rex vs.
Greenwell. 1 Haw. 85.
All award of arbitrators, made
under a verbal Mibmission by the
parties, is equally binding as if
made under seal. Latlirop vs. 1'aki.
1 Haw. 78.
ASSAULT AM) 11ATTF.KY.
Where an assault and battery took
place on Monday, the court allowed
the defendant to present evidence
of a provocation on ilie preceding
Sunday; and instructed the jur'
that they might take it into con
sideration in mitigation of damages.
Irwin vs Poller, 1 Haw. 93. Sec
"Deadly Weapon" "Ejection of
The marshal has no power, under
a writ of attachment, to enjoin par
ties not to pay over money to the de
fendant, and no person is bound to
obey such injunction, if there is no
power to enjoin given in the writ.
Wiley vs. Nicholson. 1 Haw. 29.
Action on attachment bond defeat
ed, as a majority of the partners,
plaintiffs, had caused their store to
lie closed, and placed their affairs in
tlie hands of a third party, before
the attachment was made, and con
sequently suffered no damage.
Waldo et at. vs. Pelly et al. 1 Haw.
ATTACIIJir.KT OF SHU'.
Before issuing process to attach
the ship on a libel for seamen's
wages, the court summoned the
master to appear and show cause
against it. Hon et al. vs. Young
American. 1 Haw. 112.
ATTOKXKV AND CI.IKNT.
An attorney who betrayed the
confidence of his client, by divulg
ing things without the previous
knowledge and consent of the client,
winch prejudiced the latter, thereby
drew upon himself, the severe cen
sure of the court. Chas. Miehiels
vs. Paul Neumann, in banco, Octo
ber term, 1887.
The court found in this case, that
Michiels had signed a document by
the advice of Neumann, and that
Neumann disclosed the said docu
ment to one Merger, without the
previous knowledge or consent of
Alichicls, and while the relation of
client and attorney existed between
M. and N,, and that said document
and its disclosure by Neumann,
caused Michiels great-loss, cost anil
damage, and the court was "satisfied
that Michiels never understood the
full effect of the document, nor
was the full effect explained to him,
and therefore Mr. Neumann has
laid himself open to severe cen
sure;" and the court was"forced to
the conclusion that the disclosure of
snid document by Mr. Neumann was
done with such ignorance ot the law
as also to require the deliberate
censure of the court which is hereby
Plaintiff's attorney must show his
authority to bring the suit, if called
upon to do so by the defendant or
his attorney", previous to tho im
panelling of u jury to try, or the
hearing of the case. Gregory vb
Ilanua. 1 Haw. CO. Spencer vs.
Uailey. 1 Haw. 118.
Counsel having filed a plea on bc
half of defendant, was called on to
show his authority, and having fail
ed to do so satisfactorily, the plea
was struck from the lile. Smith vs.
Hegaity. 1 Haw. 20G.
NEW USH FGR SUCAR.
The Merchant's Journal reports
that the French Minister of Agricul
ture ha3 recently had a number of
tests ir.ndo which all go to show that
meat can he preserved by sugar in
much moro satisfactory manner than
Ivy salt. The salt is somewhat
cheaper, but its effect is to destroy
to quite a degtoe the nutritive quali
ties of the meat with which it is
brought into contact; while if meat
is packed in powdered sugar a coat
ing is formed over the outside, the
juices of the meat ate retained, and
not the least harm results. When
sugar-preserved meat is to be used,
all that is necessary is the 9oaking
of it in water, which speedily re
moves whatever traces there may bo
of the preserving substance. It is
thought that the result of this inves
tigation may lead in time to import
ant changes in the meat preserving
CHINESE HAVE NO NERVES.
Tho North China Herald says the
quality of "neverlessnuss" distin
guishes the Chinaman from the
European. The Chinaman can write
all day, work all day, stand in one
position all da', weave, heat gold,
carve ivory, uo inlinilely tedious
jobs for ever and ever, and show no
more Bigns of weaiiness and irrita
tion than if lie were a machine.
This quality appears early in life.
There aie no restless, naughty boys
in China. They arc all appallingly
good, and will plod away in school
without recesses or recreation of any
kind. The Chinaman ci.u do with
out exercise. Sport or play seems
to him so much waste labor. He
can sleep anywhere amid rattling
machinery, deafening uproar, squal
ling adults. lie can sleep on the
ground, on the door, on a bed, on a
chair, in tiny position. It would be
easy to raise in Cliina an army ot a
million men nay, of ten millions
tested by a competitive examination
as to their capacity to go to sleep
across three wheelbarrows, head
downwards like spider.
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Friday Evening, March 8th.
GRAND CONCERT !
Under direction of Mr. .1. YV.Yaunl
ley for ilic liciiL'llt of
Mr. Charles Thrower
Mr. Theodore Schmidt
Tlieie gentlemen :i.sl-ted by tlm best
local talent will lender the.
following programme :
I'olnnaNc by Chopin
Paraphrase "of McmUjl-olm
Mr. Felix Ollert.
Alia from the Opera Miguon
Mrs. J. V. Urowu.
Duotfiom theOpcia Ii. Thovatokk
Azueetia Mis Mabel Ithodes
Manrico Mr. harles Tlnower
Itouianze Mlsca llauscr
Mrs. Walker and Then. Schmidt,
'i enor Solo It was not thus to be
Mr. Chatles Thrower.
C. Quartet for male oices
Mr. Thrower, 1st tenor; Mr Turn May,
ad tenor; Mr. T Jtain Walker. 1st
ISass; .Mr. T. M. .Starkev. L'd bass.
7. Alto Solo Through the Woods.. .
. .'. iirrou
Mi- Ml el II (!.-.
Air Varie (for violin and piano)
Mr. Schmidt and Mr. Myron Jones.
DuoVenice boat song .".... Kueken
Mrs. Brown and Mr. Thrower.
Plnno solo The Mocking Bird,
with variations Hoffman
Iteeo lections of Home Mills
Mr. ielix Ollert.
Quartet From Opera Maktiia
Miss C Mist, Miss Khodes, Mr. Star
key, Mr. Thrower.
Doors open at 7:30; performance at 8.
CSS" Tickets SI, and back seats fiO
cents; for. sale at the olliee of J. E.
Brown &t'o. 180 5t
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
DH. A. It. ROW AT, Veterinery Stir,
genu, ha- iimvuI Ilia olllei; in Hie
Hawaii ii Hoiel S'Hblei, corner of Hotel
nnd Iticliard slieub Mutu il Telephone
354 ISO lw
TITE.SSIIS. WillnuiiA Bowciiniil Ed.
111. ward 1) 'leu cv, have lteiud.
mltiKil ih jianiieio to .he llrm of C'.istlu
P. N. CAS riK.
.1. B. ATM KRTON,
(3KO I OAsTIE.
Honolulu, March 5, 18t!. ltf'J lw
rpO the Credit ot 8 of Kiinpcnii Dicker.
JL bankrupt, of Wailuku, Maul, tnl e
That the midernlgiiPil, A&slfineo of Iho
K-inti' of tsiiiiicon Durltei, luiiikriii I,
ot vtailul-.u. Al.ii.l, bus )tni araiory to
h h li mil ncvoiint mid divldei.d, nib
milted his aei'i.iint as tu-h Athignee
ai.d ll'ed tbu mine betoru Hon S. It.
Dole, Justice of the Supreme Court, at
his Chamber, to wlmin be will nt 10
o'clock a. m. mi TUESDAY, thu 1 th
of Maich, lbbil, npjilv for u butili'lnmit
nt Miid account nnd for a di charge
fr Jiu all liability as such AH&lgnee, and
foi nn oiiler to nnike a linn! illvlden I.
And that an.v person inlnestid may
then nnd then) appear nnd contest thu
same. W. O. 1'ARIvB,
Assignee EiUUo himpson Dcclccr.
Honolulu, March fi, 18M). 18U 4t
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X M cohiim.B, purely IocjI mutter
Mailed to foioign countries, $G per
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Administrator's Salo of
By order of W. O. flmltli, Admlnlt.
trntor of tlie Kamte of J. K. Spnuliling,
dccciu-ed ; I will sell at, Piiblio AucliOD,
at my Salcstonni, Queen meet,
On Wednesday, Mareh Otli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
Household Furnliuir, comprising
33. W.- JPsArloi JsSct,
Upholstered in Plush;
Marhletop Center Table,
Large -mil bmall Iu,
Whatnot, It. V. Olmlis,
HZoii, JBeciHteu-clts !
Miiltrnfscs, 11. W. Olllce Tables,
Ihneui-, Chairs. Pictures,
IC.vteuHlon Dininjs 'Cubic,
Meat Safcp, Crockery,
One Hall's SSnle,
2 Ilnikc?, it Sets Ihirness,
1 Black Horse, 1 White Horse
Etc, Ctc, Etc, Etc.
J AS. F. MOltGAN,
ISA fit Auctioneer.
On Thursday, Rflarch 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the ri"Uh ncc nf Mr. J. E. Biilwcll,
Ili'ic'liinU Mr.Mt (opposite the lesidcncc
of Mr. T. O. Thiuin), I will sell at
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Coinpilslng in part
Uphol. Easy Chairs, Rockers & Lounge
Comer Hugs Sofa Hugs,
H Mff Wood Piano !
( V Fine Instrument;,
1 Elegant Oak Bedroom Set,
.spiing mi'l llnir Ma'tta-scs,
Fetulur Pi lows. Mosquito Nets,
H. W. intension Dining Tabic,
B. W. Marbietop Sideboard !
Crocked m.d Glassware,
Oil Siovu ami Utensils,
XJelVi'reviitoi-, JMnl Snie,
Also, 1 PJiielon, 1 S.'t Harness,
1 Cstrriugo JIor.sc, A'e., &c.
,TAS. P. MOJJGAN,
187 'It Auctioneer.
Two-Room Collage !
On Thursday, March 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
On the piemlfcs, iioiner of Punchbowl
anil Herttiiiiia streets, I will sell at
Public Auction a
With L.illictd Veramli, formerly occu.
pied by Dr. Goto as an olllec. The Cot
tngo is new mid in purisct older and is
painted '.hioiigliout. P.irlies wishing to
examine Ihe Cottage can do eo on nppli.
cation to Mr C. W. Hart
JAS. I' MOI1GAN,
eilehua Ranch !
For Sale At Auction.
T5y ouler of the Trustees of His Majesty's
Estntc, I will sell at Public Auction
On TUESDAY, March 12, 1889,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, Hint
desirable piop.-uy linown as
The Leiiehua Ranch
Situated on ihe Islund of Oahu. The
Ranch comprises about f 0,00'J acres of
land, mostly held in long leas.s from
the Commissioners of Crown htinds, as
Land of Waianae Uka !
Containing 11,'OT Acres.
Pari of this hind culled NANAKULI,
eiinuiiniiij; :j.OU0 a red, is used us n fnt
tei'liitf imildouk capa'le ol siip'-mtlng
In in .'00 to 7 0 bind i f ciiit'c. In con.
merlon wim and adjoining Widanae
Ulu are llm Lands of WuikaLaliuia,
fC0 acics; Kiilciui. -100 acres mid Pou.
Iml'i, Hit) ucri-e. Leahies ihese lauds the
E liuu Lenses Aie aud a purl of Kalauao
in Kwn. The C.itile, comprise from
2,500 to 3,000 Head !
Branded X, about 700 of tliepo aro at
the fut toning paddock at Xniiukuli.
.unong thu (little area number of good
The Ranch owns L;i Woik Horses and
Colts and i Mules. AUo, : Ox Carts,
The Hunch is conveniently divided
into paddocks, 'J large ones being near
tho Hunch house and 1 at aiknkalaiia;
also, II tiuU ot Double Pens.
The Hunch is nearly all fenced, hav
ing 18 miles of fencing. The Dwell
Ranch House & Dwelling House
At i-jwa, With Stables, Iron Water
A portion of the land at Kwa is plant
ed with taro,
The close proximity of this Kstato to
Honolulu, together with tho largo aiea
of I'utliii'iigo am the amount of Stock,
lender this one of tho most desirable in
vestments offered for Bide.
Tor further particulars of leases,
rents, apply to A. J. Csirtwrlght, or
JAS. F. MOJtGAN,
187 td Auctioneer.
. f. ehl:
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AHE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL HAHGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
I J . 1 1 U,il U III
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Parasols for 1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols lor $2.00.
Our 84.50 Pnrasols for $2.75.
. Our $5.50 Parasols for S3.K0.
CS OWE V3EEJK: OJVJL.Y &
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUH TIME TO PUHCIIASE
Time Prices we prates for One Ml Only !
109 FOUT STKKKT, IBOXOMJIjU.
American k European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorillaid & Co.'s Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
FOKT fiTCR ifilfyr, IIOJNOX-TJJLTJ.
EST UAKGAINS tea iNew Line of jgj- BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
ri.HWA A 1-rrtlU
NovellicM mid ITuiiey
IOR a plantation, a steady, well re.
? commended and captble num.
183 tf TIIEO
II. DA VIES ite CO.
jJSSSv jpOMFOItTABLY Vurnicli.
jOSS v ed Houiiii. JJnanl ifie.
uiO'Wi quired, Apply nt "i bambei.
lain Home," King Mreel, opposite Kti
wainhtio Seminary. 181 1
A suite of Furnished Hooma
lor housekeeping in n very
desirable locality. Address "P," Hui
MJTI.N Olllce. no lw
LMtUIC and Comfoi table
lluu-o on Ptinehbnwl
btrect, between I'uliico Walk
and lleieliinia street. Applv In
Dn. J. S. AlcGHKW,
170 tf I loirl street,
rpiIK Mclnerny Hall.
j. piy io
Cor. Fort & Aleichant sts.
ANYBODY that has a
Building Lot in Mono,
lulu cm thai a good chuncu
for trade by calling ut the
store of Chas. Hammer, cor.
I ccr of King and Fort streets, IBS lw
EKS & CO.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
POH ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
The Leading Jii!!imry House.
24 - 87
before. New invoice of
Goods, In Lui'tjo Vivx-ioty.
rPO purchase p. pod srcond.liand En.
X cine and Boilti, sny li-horsc power:
portable or any etber kind will answer
i-o lone; us It is in uood condition. Apply
to Daily Hum.btix. isi lvr
I NEW "Invincible" Compound Ccn
J. tilfiigall'iimplnKEuL'ine, with At
tached Condenser and Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of discharge pipe, 8
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
L i-plendld order; also
One 7 Uctavo Chickcr.
mi Piano. Ajiply to JI. S. Grinbaum
& Co., Queen ttreet, nr at
ll0 1w 2,Vt Klngstfeet.
Glub ' Whiskey.
Wo have received another invoice
And oiler the sauio for sale either ia
boud or duly paid,
w wan Ba fLan
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
183J Merchant Blrtct. lm