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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, March 08, 1871, Image 3

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xoyoLixv. iixRtn:, isn.
rata- tastStfW, we bare only one foreign ar-
rmLt rrpart, thaiaf Uw iu. brig Curlew, 'from
Kwtwtlw Bay. in baXait.
TW 3fM TyAar nfM od the Id. with a full cargo
m4 mm M yuMBgen frem tbk place, and oTer 80
HnitH treat AartraRa. -
TW kM jfabeb idejVtitfrfij- far Hong Kong,
TevTtret new seaaeac; are the Grace Darling, Vi
eAeat aad flaaricr. ar Saa Fraoeiee Caillehow, fur
rwaiisi, aWe Hyaapetcs. rVr Vietoriaand Susan, for
TVe Mai it! Oewaa saBa tamamw for Vietoria, with
a suae f aar. Beet, Malaises, I'nia, gait, etc.
ttasaafa, m far, awse ia tt slowly, and agents
tmi k in 1.HW1 I M orders at anything like rea
lism : lk4t.it general!? the ease early in the
Ot4e Jfo. 1 ngan are beli at Sc., while
1 graSesi&rf read' tale at 77$e-, and dark
ar aaatanu Swgar. e.
Taw eaaea wriiad far Swgars at tbh time it occa-
ay atm adraaee ia ptieee, and the aerersl
haae beasts pert tame months waiting
V sweat leak far M Teates, except the X. 6. 1'er
UaaMfraaaCaa Praaatjea, uatH the retarn of the
ssnaaMC. JNti few Teseeea are laadivg at that port for
Haas, Kaac awing ta the adrance in Floor and
lOIET r HO.AOLIJUI.
A1IR1VED.
I taawe Wan, tm M, aad Jeba Toons fm KanaL
I tail Kettle Manta aad WaWU. fm Ataal, Kate
aaa ta. zm Hawaii, HatlHM, Im Keoiau,
aa aw M taawaal porta.
Cwrirtlta. lSayi fm alagdeleria
aw. n laam. ta K
t CuVmlSmZLiSl Aaaea,
KveUo, .Acme fm Hawaii,
I Aaas, tat Hawaii, aad Rsb Eoy
ataabew jakn, jiaei. and Uaanokawai fm
SA1L.RD.
fa aj.wt.tt
taaar Miiiii Ikftar, Howl, far San Franeuco,
set, aw maai
r Kta.a, 1
r Jaaa'Taawst. far KaaaL
at 1 ell, far TlaarloBC.
L far Haw. .VMUe MarriB. far Maol.
bat lae. aw HM, Jaaaf, far Kauai, and
XMssn.-t;i:ics.
. p.Naaafc, Mated wUk 21 Chln'ae.
Vtaacawa, r Mem Tajrter. March 2nd. Mr
. mfc A aMM, Mr Maraaa, Faoay Serrant, M T
Ha -iill. LZafcUa, W II Darlt N A
oa. ICamM, Uf K OOraVta, U 6 Cral.be A 2 chilJ
. llOitia J Bajar. J H SiinU, II C Vktor, J B
awaa, r Laeiaia. V L Uaf, t NeOl J Karuke, Cbaa
at. A i Waiaa. 1 a Xethr, 3 Balir, a4 77 en roots frwm
i:pokts.
tf S.lpfc, Naieh atk.
'atJIMarwa Ftaa, Kw M
La . I il tin 4.600
V4 BMHMlk Trotloce f76,-
SeS,3e4
8
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MtaliwSww.aaga
fwt. bafea
VVa4c.m,.x
tVaaa, AaaWl MAte, rE 41
wai rvKtaea, SS.
4 Paalaii. 237.
niIORA.IU.
WicCnrlew,Capt.
Jan 21th, with a cargo
aw a.
Lawar CaMaraia, and freoi
wet aa4 await the aniral
SaalraaeiMBL Salted hi bal-
aHvawt-wee wcaeaer. Arrirf4 here March Sth,
ltai fraAilill that hath Tca-
t tVaac Wb mm m I. Ttmm Tan at wbieh haa herewfore
1 fta ataaaaaah a 6raaa trallt vee-
aa4 hebtcd the
l aalm waaek abe wW aalt la fatare for
Saw w4U sail ia a few da;( br
Paea.
r Tt pal MirirrA cm MewAay nern-
Ua la the rkjol-
raaita favetable fee- ahip-
IM CwaaUeAMeon
1 waa SwalTedajt hence.
. Aaaa af aacar an hsard when the
i af aaew emayleclnc her
aeaMTMBia w ala at MB, aad wwnW Vtewbe
r sa Vrag had aaabad Wing.
aaaaaa iaMaaaa. A aaaat m aC iajeagai Tiaeili which hare
aaaaawtajmn larpwiaal an tin tare aaeMneaeed load.
Ml waV anas aaaaj aaa 1 tra Aw AeoUaatkKH. Tbe
arl fii 1 . wwieharrlTeellierefraa lirer-
anawiai taajing, and
Tao DriMrb Utk Caatle-
UtmrtaA, UleaJ-
aaaaBarsar a AaiaraWaa jwrt, aaa wRl eaau hare
l e tat awtttaa arte Meet towaa, from Tictoria,
1 1 11 ilMaaaaiawiaicla)ltafIee, aaHn to-daf,
aaaaaaaaaawafOfcaa. lim m Brawa, U Can.
Pig sailed
. aaaV Haw Kane I, IVrt Said Not.
a AW taV, 1 al aauaecVat New Trk en thalttb,
aa. lb AM 1 1 lain eMafWr sMp Ariel, Capt
Taaaaaeaa, Jafaa, Sat. Hit, aad ar-
Teak Jaa. lata, lariag Veatea the steamer fanr
aSkaliSlaraaiaaASaawai-htheSael Canal, aad
aetata leaf efetance than the
lafra, wMea alae arrlTed at
1 IV&aairwa via Macao Sept.
aawa. fcaeeaa, I Ma taw n ftaaa Haas; Keeig ten daja.
Saw 111 iOi war 41 aw aW wmj af taw OareafGool Hepe.
aaal aB aaear ajaaaaajaa aarre tataa ia"il Xj tW'eUfrer
Caea. Bialilt, waaah Ue pauage from
r aa Sea Tart an iiaaAf-aheee AaTaaad twelte honri
aaaaaa At aaa aaartawa yiaii awtwcaraaa either ateameror
aamaj aaaaal Far Imaj I nj is 11, M H AoaWfal whether ateam
ww iaj lian ml ni Jasaa or Chlaa raernhacdte
ana Waawna am sa aaweteat raaalli Ueae, aj the waj of
' ratwul. rataar thaa by the Snez
: is raapcctfaUy invited to tbe examples
1 of CaajMns's Esdonmcat Policies
eMaaaal XMr tasa ranee OotupiBT of Xcw York,
ale gitTfi in another column, and are
I far tar parpejaeef callisg '.he attention of
swaaaata aaai yaainaaaa to the a4vaBtage offered by
fJaaaCaaaaaaay fcw Hcariar; a tare and profitable in
waBtaaaMaarlwe V.aeaVt.f their calklren. By the
(WaynajeM of a aaaaB sans aoaaaUy, these policies
wttt man a tanaia kbcmbI (nlth tbc divided ac
aaaaaaaAaa ff aMe when the eaild attaint tbc age
at K. aa4 Sk aajan M ageer upward, and either
t tmm return of the total payments
e fca ana taw cfciM aW aot attain the specified
Jaa agiwia certain and convenient
taT 1 Mia, a dowry for a daughter or a
t of a gives age, or as a means
It is simply a savings
lamtsd. a& it not life insurance.
CoawpasT sbcree to pay a sum of money at a
1 a-r af a eWM, and ia the event of the prc-
wiaas ofeaife of tac cWM to return the payments
aawK. ar retain lxa acocrdlng to the kind of policy
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
.IUST KECEITTED!
And SinO-o toy
HENRY 1. NOLTE,
Cor. Quoon & Nuuanu trocts,
Direct from the Manufactiirers !
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Xmriortrd Into tills Market,
-. . asp wnjen
HC OFTEllS AT nnASOXABLE rates.
n ei
awa-tlaMiCS MT WMafaV
JaawatM
wkar Mi iwaaa
aaaaaaaawaalaalia laat.
ail an ailaiil. talaaaiar
aaa. arma avaa. aaw aaaaaaa
Vaaaarwacr tams-, aaalwaalhii
MaSwaaaSawl ailllil
wmm aaaaa. aam awr i a)ia
m Taaaa
aa tawjaaaar aa eataratkaa.
Ttae
tmn
local Thews: j .
Phases of the Moon for Maxell. 1871,
raxruxs bt un. santL inn.
HONOLULU MEAN TIME.
?!
Mirtli'Cth. Foil Moon 5
IT i
March ISth. Lt Quarter 11 42 2 1
March 20th, New Monn.....r ISlu
March 2Sth, lit Quarter. 8 13 2 an
TT3JK EUX RISISQ AND SETTING.
lit, eaRl.e 24 aw... .Son Set 601 M
Mb; Sou Riaee C It . . ..... .Son Seta . 801
lllb, San Rim 6 12 San SeU S M
22J, San Klet 0 7.... 8an Set! 6 07
25th, San Itbea C 1 SollSelii. 609
Slit, San Kin . SS) San SeU 610
The Bark Ji. S.iPerkrn may Ijo looked for .soon
with a fen- daya later ncw from Sau Francisco.
Fon San Fnascisco. The departure of the bark
Violettc has been postponed until Saturday. Tbc
Courier and Grace Robert! will tall for tbc aam
port lu about ten days.
New Scows. Several con for use In dredging;
the harbor are nearly completed at the shipyard of
Mr. Emma Tbeae ecowe are built In the most
aubtantlal manner SDd will scire the pnrpoee for
which, tbey arc Intended for many years.
We understand that tbc property known at the
Hooper-premises, has been purchased for the hotel,
These premises haro entrances upon Hotel, Richard
and Alakea Streets, acd are considered to be the
uiost eligible In town for tbc location of ah olcL
Tub Volcano. By recent arrivals from nilo, we
learn tbat.Kllanea.ls unusually active, the light of
which Is particularly brilliant, and Is seen both at
Uilo and ,Kau. At last advices, there had been no
arrival from tbe volcano at Hllo, so lbat no idea can
be formed as to tbc nature of tbe action.
From Kau we learn that the earthquake of the
19th ult, was very slight there. The shock seemed
unusually long but the motion was slight and rcgn
lar, so much to Indeed, that in that locality, where
such convulsions arc somewhat common, it would
not have been remembered bad not tbc people of
oilier parts or the Islands made so much talk about
it It Is probable that tbc centre of that "shake1
was somewhere about Maul and LanaL
Chedit Sale of Ciiina Goods. Mr. E. P. Adams
will sell at bis room at ten o'clock to-day, a very
choice Invoice of China goods and curiosities,
recently imported by the bark Violettc, Irom Hong
hong. A superior lot of Manila Cigars a very good
article will be offered at this sale, also, a fine
assortment of silver and ivory ware, and many other
articles. This sale has particular. Inducements for
every one, especially house-keepers, who will have
a flue opportunity for purchasing some of tbe best
Teas ever brought to this market.
The enterprising Individual in whom Mr. Tannatt
has taken considerable interest of late on account of
the quiet manner In which be took part of bis stock
off his bands, is a native boy of about fourteen years
ofage. He was arrested on Thursday last, and live
of tbe seven watches which he appropriated, were
recovered. On Saturday morning, the Police "Magis
trate, considering tbc boy rather young to be al
lowed to transact business so recklessly on his own
account, made arrangements for bis residence In the
reformatory school until tbc expiration of his
minority.
We notice that Messrs. Doivsctt & Co, and Lowers
& Dickson have rented tbe yard belonging to the
Hudaon Bay Co. on the comer of Foil and Queen
Streets, and have made somewhat extensive repairs
on the store bouse at the corner. The appearance
of that locality has been much improved by the re
pairs made, but we arc of tbc opinion that a sub
stantial stone building of two stories. In place of the
shed-like structune there at present, would Improve
the appearance of tbc place still more, as well as
prove a profitable investment. The locality Is an
excellent one.
Bactow will sell on Friday and Saturday Evenings
of this week a splendid assortment of Italian Mai ble
Statuary consisting of groups, mantel sets, vases etc.
imported per Moses Taylor by Messrs. Bologncsl &
PalmlcrL" JThls Importation of statuary and orna
mental work In marble, Is by far the finest ever seen
here, and its sale will give tbc lovers of beautiful art
a grand opportunily to grat'fy their tastes. The
public will have an opportunily to examine these
exquisite works of art, at the Salesroom of Mr. Bar
tow on Thursday (to-morrow.)
Still Shakt. Labalna was treated to another
shock of earthquake on Wednesday morning last,
about two o'clock. People were so badly scared,
that they did not waste any time on their toilets, but
made tbeir appearance out doors In tbe lightest kind
of attire. c understand that a light shock was
felt here on Friday night, a few minutes before
twelve. There arc a number who did not feel It
probably for the reason that tbey never notice any
thing so smalt. Earthquakes arc getltlng to be
quite common all over the wotld, so that we can
not be surprised at being treated to them here occa
sionally. Tne Moses Taylor left her wharf at a few minutes
past four o'clock on Thursday afternoon last. Tbe
"f was a wct onc, ono ,n0 crowd collected to sec
I lie steamer off was rather small. At tbe time she
left her wharf, a drizzling rain set In, and although
she bad a large uumber of passengers on board, very
few were to be seen, and altogether, her departure
was anything but a. lively affair. The week after
the sailing of the steamer always seems to be the
dullest In the month, and tbc last, particularly so.
What helped It mora probably, was tbe prospect of
having to await her return for our next malls.
It Is some months since the community has been
without an entertainment of some dUcriptlon.
Since tbc departure of the steamer quiet again reigns
Ithln the theatre, and will probably continue so for
a month at least. Tbc next steamers however, may
bring some talent along. By last advices from Aus
tralia, we notice that the wonderful prcstigiator
and Illusionist, Robert Heller, was giving farewell
cutcrtalumcnts In tbe colonics, and It is possible
that be may appear here shortly on his way to ttie
United States. Gen. Tom Thumb and bis diminu
tive party may also arrive by onc of tbc next Austra
lian boats, en route to Sau Francisco.
Fined. A Chinese peddler was brought before
tbc Police Magistrate on Monday morning charged
with sclllngliquorto native Hawallans. Tbc charge
being proved, be was fined (150. CO. It secmsthatbe
had been in tbc habit of purchasing cases of gin
which be peddled out by tbc bottle at Walkiki and
in town, at as may be supposed, a handsome profit
The Police authortlcs having suspicion of bis illicit
trading bad been on the watch forliim for sometime,
I and finally succeeded on Saturday last in securing
evidence against him which would lead to his con
viction. We hope that this example will be a warn
ing to others, and have the effect to check them irom
engaging in this pernicious traffic
Tue Mount Cenis Tunnel. This, onc of the
greatest human undertakings, was so far completed
on tbc ICtb of January, as to allow tbe workmen on
tbe French and Italian sides to communicate with
each other through tbe tunnel. Tbc work was com
menced in 1S57, having thus occupied over thirteen
years In Ita.complctlon. Some idea of the magni
tude of the work can be formed when it is consider
ed that the tunnel Is little less than eight miles long,
rassinir under tbrec Alpine peaks, knowu as Col
1 rmii thm f!r-nri Vnltnn nnrl thp lnt Hf la rnnn
ranged in the order In which they are named in pass
from France to Italy. Tbe central peak is over
1 eleven thousand feet above the level of the sea. It
will require about six months to complete tbe rail
road through the tunnel, .which, when completed,
will make the journey from France to Italy as' easy
as that across the German border in times of peace
Tags. We bear many complaints of parties who
liavepald their taxes and furnished their canines
w 1th the tags prescribed by the act of tbe last Legis
lature, that persons to them unknown have apppro
priatcd tbe same and probably transferred them to
their own canine pets. This is s cheap way ot pay
ing the dog tax, but is rather bard on those who,
having compiled with the law, may be obliged in
order to save thelr.pcts, to pay their doglaies over
again and procure new tags. It Is to be hoped that
this petty larceny may be detected, in some cases at
hast, and that tbe punishment meted to tbe culprits
may warn otters from like Infrlngmcnts of thejajr.
AscTcry owner of dog has the number of the tag
which be has proTideSdr Mm registered on his tax
receipt, it will not be difficult to detect the appro
ptUtoratbAt is, if the police are TigllanU
Death of Ret. W, J. Ssow. Never were we
more surprised than to read tbe sad announcement
of the death, January 11th, of this youthful minister
of the Gospel, tinder thirty years ofage. From the
fact that be was once a member of onr Bethel Sab
bath-school, and hit parents were so long members
of our congregation, we had come to feel a personal
Interest In blm as a most scholarly and promising
young minister, before whom there was along career
of usefulness and renown. Most truly do we sym
patblzc with tbc bereaved .friends. In the Boston
Qmgrtgatlotialitt, Lawrence American, and San Fran
cisco Ikeific, we see extended notices of his life an
death. During all his career as a stadtnt at tbe
Royal School, Oihu College, Harvard University,
Andovcr Seminary, and as a chaplain and preacher,
there was a peculiar uprightness and Integrity of de
meanor, a scholarly finish and religions fervor, which
impressed most favorably the minds of all with
whom he came in contact. There never was a more
affectionate and dutlfnl son. Most heartily can w
subscribe to every word which we haveeeen printed
respecting him, whose death we now so much de
plore. It is a blessed thought, however, that good
men neverdie. The following notice of his funeral
wc copy:
"FcsEnALOF Rev. Mn, Snow. Thp funeral of
Rev. W. F. Snow took place yesterday afternoon
from tbe Eliot Church. Lawrence, of which he was
pastor, and was attended by a largo concourse- of
people. I'rolcssors fark, lhayerand laylor 01 An
dover, and nearly all the Protestant clergy of all de
nominations of Lawrence, Andover, Methncn and
North Andover were present. Tbe pulpit was dec
orated with beautiful flowers, and wreaths of tbc
same were npon the coffin, which was In front of
the pulpit. The 'vacant chair,' usually occupied by
lueacceaseu clergyman, wncn in me, was also taste
fully ornamented nlth a wreath of white roses.
Among those from Boston was Rev. Dr. R. H. Ncale.
The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Hamilton
of North Andover. They consisted of a chant by
tbc choir, reading of passages ol, Scripture selected
by Mr. Snow fur the occasion by Rev. Mr. Fisher, a
prayer by Rev. W. Park, and tho singing of a
second hymn. The funeral procession was of great
length. The services at the cemetery were a prayer
uy uct. iir. wueney 01 ineisea, ana uic singing 01 a
hymn. The remains were placed for the present in
tue tomo 01 . A. itusscll, fcsq." attend.
SurrosED Infanticide. Considerable excitement
has existed during tbc last few dayB In regard to tbe
dead body of a child which was found under cir
cumstances which led to tbe supposition that its
death was not a natural one. Tbc facts, as far as we
have been able to ascertain, are as follows: On
Thursday afternoon last, a number of native children
were bathing at Kabololoa, near the slaughter bouses
below tbe prison, 'and In running about discovered
tbc naked body of an infant lying in tbc mud. When
they reached home and informed tbeir parents of
the discovery, they were not credited, and no attcn
Hon was paid to their story. On the following
evening-, while some women, who had heard the.
report, were fishing In the vicinity, tbey concluded
to look around before returning home, and found
the body of the child as bad been reported. As it
was quite late when they rctnrncd home, no
Information was sent to town uutil Saturday morn
ing, when word was brought to the Police Station.
A policeman was instantly dispatched to learn tbc
facts of tbc case, and finding tbe report true, an
inquest was held that afternoon. The body was
blackened and shriveled up, having to all nppearance
lain some days. It was impossible to tell how old
it may have been, or whether it was a child ot native
or foreign parents. The supposition is, however.
that it must have been at least three or four weeks
old at the time of its death. As nothing satisfactory
was proved at the inquest, beyond the fact of finding
the body of tbe child, and that it was a girl, the
inquest was adjourned until next Saturday, in hopes
that some evidence may in tbc meantime transpire
which will throw some light on the case In tbe
opinion bf many, tbe discovery of tBc Infant at- the
place and in tbe manner described, docs not by any
means prove that it belonged In that vicinity. It
may have been taken there by tbe water either from
the Nuuanu stream, which has been high of late", or
rom tbc harbor, and left by the receding tide.
Oun neighbor of tbc dWftserbas bit our opinion
on the appropriation of articles from papers here, by
certain San Francisco journal, precisely. Here is
what he says:
Cool, if not Impudent. We have for some time
noticed that certain San Francisco papers arc in tbc
habit of appropriating whole articles from papers
published here rclatlngtomattcrsofgcncralinlcrest,
without crediting the same, as is the custom among
all honorable newspaper men. Wc do not wish to
be understood as Intimating lbat the San Francisco
editors are not honorable. Wc admire cheek
and impudence to a degree; wc like to see newspa
pers and Individuals as audacious as they well can be.
It makes them popular. In the case of a newspa.
per, it adds to its circulation andluflucnccjln the case
of an Individual It makes n place (or him In tbc front
ranks, where better and more modest and honorable
men give place to tbc more audacious. But, these
things may bo carried too far. It Is" barely possible,
for Instance, that in publisblug a full and carefully
prepared acconnt of a marine disaster those who pre
pare it feel that If any one Is to have tbe credit of tbc
labor of making It up and furnishing Illustrations,
tbey ehonld have it themselves. It is also possible
that when such persons sec their labors appropriated
witliouUproper credit, tbey look upon the appropri
ator very much as they would upon a person who
bad appropriated anything else which rightfully be
longed to them.
Now this Is precisely tbc case with various articles
published in San Francisco in relation to tbe loss of
the U. S. S. Saginaw. Articles from both tbe pa
pers published here have been appropriated without
credit, and tbe editors and rcportcis ofSau Francisco
have, apparently, sought to tako tho credit to them
selves of investigating facts, when they have only
used the scissors. We think that our cotemporary
will unite with us In protesting against this kind ol
appropriation.
San Francisco Correspondence.
San Fhascisco, Feb. 15th,-1671.
San Francisco Is emphatically a city of sensations,
There is' always some popular excitement to stir the
pulso of tbo multitude, or some new pleasure to cxhil-
erate them. Just now, the furore 11 for skating. Do
not imagine that Arctic cold has suddenly descended
upon this region, or that tbe cnterpruingcltizenshare
mportcd from Alaska fields of ice. They have ftinnd
a way to enjoy the sports of winter without its dis
comforts. A large and perfectly smooth floor takes
the place of tbe crystal surface of lake or pond, and
mall wooden rollers are the substitute for the steel
blade under the feet. Skating rinks upon this system
aro quite numerous here and in adjacent cities. Tbe
immenso building known as the Mechanic's Pavillion,
is the finest. Here throngs of ladies and gentlemen,
together with children, go to practice the graceful
amusement. A fine band of music enlivens tbe sport,
and there is not wanting the occasional incident, so
amusing to spectators, of a slip and a fall by some
unhappy wight, who jumps up very quickly and tries
desperately to look as if he did not mind it. In the
evening, when the floor is covered with a company of
well dressed people, gliding swiftly about and per
forming skillful movements, the scene is a brilliant
one. Yet the sport seems rather tame to those who
have known the joy of moving over miles of a smooth
ice surface, with a facility and speed that ia almost
like flying ; but tbe.substitute here enjoyed is a good
one. It is surprising to sen what intricate movements
a good performer will execute. Preparations are in
progress for a grani skating carnival, to take place in
a few weeks.
To .torn from sport to business. The Honorable
Julias Vogel, Postmaster General of New Zealand,
who arrived by the last steamer, met the Chamber of
Commerce in a special meeting and made aa address
upon tho matter of the stem line between this port
and New Zealand. He said that the contract with
Mr. Webb had been practically concluded since his
arrival in this city, and that there would sot be any
second line in competition with it. The address,
which was spiced with liberal flattery to San Francis
co and to the States, was received with enthusiasm,
and resolutions passed, urging upon Congress a con
sideration of the matter independently of other pro
jects that are foreign to it. Mr. t cjcl has passed on
to Washington to further the enterprise.
This city is maintaining its good name for liberality
by generous contribntions in aid. of the sufferers in
France. Americans are snaking up a handsome snm
by private subscription, to which thebeneft of several
public entertainments will bo added. The French
residents hers displayed a noble liberality towards
tbeir nnhappy countrymen, having already given
(180,000 for the war, they now add $12,000 more to
the relief fund. It Is pleasing to note that the Ger
mans take part largely in this humane offering, to
relieve distress in the country of aa enemy.
The Pagan dementia the population displays enter
prise. The six companies that direct tbe afiairs of
the Chinese' bavo jnst fitted vp and opened a new
tebple. .Access to it is from Dupont-itreet, through
a narrow ana airiy auey, wdkb onngs ue visitor to
a brick building, on the third floor of which is the
"joss-house." Here are images of various gods,
placed within shrines properly adorned with paint,
gilding, and artificial flower. Near tbe entrance Is
an altar of teak wood, carved and ornamented, on
which, is aa image of an old man representing tbe
god of forests. He is believed to have the power to
cause a forest to spring up immediately wherever he
may please. At the back of tire room are the three
principal idols, one the god of Agriculture, anotherthe
god of War, while tbe third ia tbe God of tbe Brave.
The Images are four feet or more In height, reprerent-
ing their subject! in a sitting -posture. Before each 01
them a lamp Is constantly burning, and upon a table
in front, covered with silk, embroidered with gold
are urns for burning punk, and dishes filled with fruit
and flowers. There, are pans also, where the worship
pers may place their offerings of lighted joss-sticks
and burning paper. On either side of the, main room
are smaller apartments, in which . other deities hare
their local habitation and receive honors. One altar
is dedicated to a female saint, who was of remarkable
eminence for patience and philanthropy. Anothe:
watches over sailors, and a third is the goddess of
flowers. Three priests arei attendance at the temple,
wearing long red gowns and black eaps. Worship
pers stand before the image they woold adore and
bend the body forward, at the tame time railing the
clasped hands up and down. Gilt and silver paper,
punk and candles may be purchased on the spot to be
burned before the deities. The only worshipper who
paid his devotions when your correspondent was pre
sent made bis hasty bows before the gods, and then
amused himself by kicking a shuttle-cock to and fro
about the sacred precincts. But it is not alone bell"
then .worshippers that hare learned how to combine
devotion and amuaemeat.
Many of your readers will be Interested in hearing
that Rev. Dr. Scudder, the popular pastor of one of
the Presbyterian Churches of the city, has resigned
his charge and will soon remove to Brooklyn. Tbe
state of bis health imperatively requires a change to
a new field of labor. His people part with him most
reluctantly, and the loss to tho city is which he has'
been a power will be deeply felt.
Plans have just been accepted fo'r a new City Hall
It will cost a million and a half of dollars, and will
be one of the finest edifices in tbe country.
The Carandini Company are making a tour through
tbe cities and towns of the State to meet with favor.
Their success In the city was hindered by several un
favorable circumstances. A complimentary benefit
as given -them which brought oat a fine audience.
A welcomo rain has been falling to-day. The pros
pects for good crops are said to be fair. A much lar
ger breadth of land has been sown this year than last,
and with a little more moisture the hearts of the farm.
ers will be made glad by an abundant harvest.
Delta
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
THE AMERICAN BRIG.
CURLEW,
180 Tons Register,
In good order and ready for sea. Apply to
8-3t. II. HACKFELD i CO., Agents.
LAUNDRY LISTS!
BUY WALLACE'S PATENT LAUNDRY LIST
SAVE TI31K and trouble and be secured
against loss. Samples can be seen and ordors
Jell at 11. il. n bitney's and lnos, u, 'Jnruurs.
LADIDES', GENTS, CHILDREN'S t FAMILY LISTS COMPLETE
9 Price, Fifty Cents. tf
LIST OF LETTERS
"O KJIAINING in the Honolulu Post Office,
Xt; March 3, 1871 :
Allen, Wm
Abraham, T
Andrews, F
Lanier, Mrs S J
McKeniie; Jas
Morgan, C B
Moller, G A -Macauley,
B
McCoughtry; Wm II
McLaughlin, M II 2
.Manuel,
Macauley, S
Maber, Jno
Murdoch, Jno
Morrisscy, Thos '
Noble, TN 6
Neil, A.
Nelson, Wm
. J -. - - 'In
Otis, Capt A C
Parker, V -Pearson,
Wm
Parker; U Pi. ,
Pcrritt, Jas
Perkins, Wm
Potter, Chas
Phillips, J F -Preston,
C II 2
Pollard, J C
Po.l.jrji j
llichards, Jas
Raphael, M L'
Richardson, Jas
Rogers,' W E -
Reed; Jno '
Raymond, WD-,;
Simpson, Miss'F-B
Smith.-CaptGA
Swift; AD -'
SandersT N A - '
Smalley? E S
Stoddard, Mrs A
SalesTPe'er - -Star,
Mrs
Stoner.'Dr E
Soloman", M
Sing'er,"A '- - -Stiles,
Mrs A E
Swift,-R- ,
SmithEd .. -Sawyer,
H
Stott, Miss
Shutte, Wm
TrcIa;Tx,3 ,
Taylor, 3
t.i
Weik, J 2
; Wilson, Mrs W .2.
Williams, Thos 2
Wilson, C H .
WilliamaReT-
WUliauis, T,W
Weinburg, J
Williams, EC 2
Wilhelm, F
- Wauchope. Geo D
Williams, E A
Williams. A J 2
Wilber, WA 2
Wilcox, W A
Yiet, Jules
I!ridgcs, Capt G A
Burdick, J A
Barron, C
Brooks, Mr M
Brown. P J 2
Brintnell, J
Barker, Ed
Blake A Co
Blake, A
Boy, J
Brigbtman, J
B R, Mr
Bates, WF 3
Bain, Wm
Ball, F A
BrowneU, W F
Brooks, Akuni
Bartlctt, Jno
Brewster, J
Brice, A
Call, FW 5
Clifford, N 2
Campbell,
Cunningham A Co
Carroll, Jno
Caflisch, M N '
Cogan, Capt
Cremer, Mr 2
Cooke, J 2
Church, W
Curran, P
Cook, N -
Davis, Mrs M
Dean.Wm'
Edwards, A R
Evans, F-G
Forester, II B
Francis, Chas
Fisher, Jno"P 5
Forbes, T,C "
Goodalc, W
Gerrcro,B
Gnu, J . .
Gerti, C
Gibson, Jno
Gros,-E L
Howard, R
Holt, J R' 2
Hitchings, G F
Uenncck, Jno
Holt. OF"
Hamles, G W
Herring, M -
Hem, A ,
eflery. Capt Chas
Jacobs, Sam'l
Jenks. Geo W
Johnson, 'Siml
King, A E
Kelly, A
Lampmau, A
Levy, Sam'l 2
Lohman, II
Lyons, Mrs II N
Ziegenspeck, C
A. P.T5UICKW00D,
Postmaster General.
N. B. Persons inquiring for letters in this list art
particularly requeated'to'ask' for "Advertised Let
ters." S
Licenses Expiring in February, 1871.
Retail nONOLTJLTJ, 1 tt, Grunwsld A Sehnette ;
11th, Singer; 12th. G.H- Spalding; lit. Bolles &
Co. WAIALUA. Oaha. 16th. Ah See. WAIHEE.
Maui, 1st, Geo. Gray. PONALUU. Oahu, 20th, Ah
Mi. HOOKENA, Hawaii. 25th, Chang Hoon.
Wholesale HONOLULU, 20th. 21. Philips &
Co. ; 6th, Dillingham Co.
Wholesale Spirit HONOLULU, G. Rhodes.
VictnaliBS HeWOLULTj; SthJ "A V Tocng, Bo
te! Street.
Ilorse HONOLULU", 3d, Kaavahiokaloa, No.
195.
Batcher HANALEI. Kauai, ttb, Ab Loan k
Poka;- - -
Billiard HONOLULU, Stb, K.-EyeroO.
VICTORIA and California Red Bricks
For tale by 2 BOLLES i CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Bxamplea of Use Working of
CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENT P8L1CIES,
The Mutual Life Insurance Cofltfifiy
i Of HXTotTt?" Torli,
ISSUED IN SAN FRANCISCO, 1S6S.
DIVIDENDS. '
3a
S3
In Calh.
Added to.
follcx.
Peri
Ain't.
Per
pat'd
lOOtll 40 G7II49 01
25 21
47 OfJ
44 eel
loool a tiva &d
21 511
teSOOttOO Gi'COl S9U03 47
155 60
soort
73 zster 84l
42 63
M 051
toot,
101 68304 K
51 SI
70 51
7501
34 401103 201
43 14 lz 42
50 SujlSOfOl
17 3S
21 64
34 11
taw
44 sr
50 4l!
lOOOJ
20 1H
rplanatim. PuUrj 35,525 was lined on a child, aged &
jeara, parable at tne age or -i, lor t i,wu, annual parmcat,
$49 67. Three anneal pavmeata have been made, amnonUut
to 114 oi. The vtTldcnda declarer nave Dcen o zi in eaan.
being 17 per cent. npon. the tfUal payments made, wbleh
not being drawn, U OS waa added to the Tolley, being 33
per cent, npon the total pavmenta nude, making the
amount of Poticj $1,047 08.
rollclea can be taken oat by A ParentGuardlan, or Triend.
No Medical Xxamlnatiia required.
rouciea can aate irom ine ninn or a cniia.
A raietol inveatiKallin of the above examplee la reepect-
fullj loTlted.
Application lor Insurance, aad farther Information en the
tnbject, can be bad by applying to
J. n. HELEN, Special Agent
For the Hawaiian Iilanda.
Or. B. P. ADAS1S, Local Agent.
llefera by Pcrmltalon (o
Ilia Ex. If. A. Ptreca. I 5Ireiri.IltsnorACo-Bankers.
A. J. CaTwaioar, Eaq. I J. 8. vraLxax, Ejhi. 8 Ct
Best Sydney Coal!
Eon HOUSE USE, can be had from the
Undersigned,
At $15 per ton of 2.240 -lbs.,
By the load, dellrered in Honolulu. Apply to
8 lm W. Ij. UUEE.N.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
HENRY I. NOLTE
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE
Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Assortment of Choice
Havana, German,
and Manila CICARS !
THE BEST SMOKING AND CIIK1V1SG
TOBACCO,
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
MEERSHAUM PIPES!
The Best eter Offered In this Market,
ALSO
Constantly on hand, the Celebrated
GREEN SEAL SMOKING TOBACCO.
pQr For Sale at the Coffee Saloon, corner of Nun
ana and Queen Street a. -9
A. W. PEIRCE & Co.
OFFER FOU SALE
A General Assortment of Merchandise
..FOR..
Shipping and Local Requirements
C0W-RISI3O
QOTTON and Hemp Dnck, from O to 10,
HEMP & MANILA CORDAGE, ALL SIZES,
KEMP AND COTTON TWINE,
Spunyarn, Marline, Housline, Seising Stun, Catting
rails, )V uaie lane,
Bloo'k ff of al 1 Slsses
Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to 15 in.
Jib Hanks and Mast Hoops,
cbeaves, bntbed and patent :
Hooks and Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
Boat Timbers, Stems and Sterns,
Boat Boards, Oars of all lengths. Rowlocks,
Bushings, Steering Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cut Nails, Rirets of all sites,
Paints, of all Kinds !
Linseed, Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oils,
Tar, Bright Varnish, Fump and Rigging Leather,
Copper and Iron Taeks, t
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF AND PORK,
Presorted Meats, Fie Fruits,
1'ickios, Green Corn and Peas,
Spices, and rarioos other Groceries.
..ALSO..
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES!
Pcircc's Whaling- Otitis,
Table. Dairy, and Coarse Salt, from the
Pnnloa Salt Works.
Perry Darts & Sous' Faln.Kllter,
Ann
Various other Merchandise
CAREFULLY SELECTED,
From the California, Eastern and European Markets
D- Orders from the other Islands carefully at
tended to. 2
Licenses Expiring in March, 1871.
Retail. HONOLULU, Oahu 3d, Ah nana. 3d,
. II. Hopper. 31st, Antonio Manuel. Stb, Orun.
nald & Schutte. Stb, J. Widdifield. 10:h, P, tr.
Fosbrooke. 14th, I. Richardson. 19th, Thos. A. S.
Wills. 18th, Tung Fat. 20th, Fischer 4 Roth. 21th,
Daniel Montgomery. 19tb, C. Brewer A Co. 19th,
Pac Shun. HANALbl, Eoloa, Kauai 18tb,Ahmau.
WAIANAE, Oahu lgth, Ah Cbone. LAIE, Oabu-
17th,Nebeler. LANAI 16th. W. M.Gibson. KEEI.
South Kona, Hawaii 23d, John Grace. WAI0HINU,
Kan ZStn, Lnung iloon.
Wholesale HONOLULU ISth. J. TViddifield.
30th. G. Brewer.
Wholesale Spirit. HONOLULU I3th. M.C.
Lhaliamel. Jilt. w. A. Humphreys.
Ilorsc HONOLULU lOtb.AIex.KeliT. No. 185
24th, Napahokapn, No. 197. 29th, Kahanu,No.l93.
30th, Kapipilani, No. 199.
i,apaan. IIEEIA, Koolaunoko, Oahu 14th.
Umi(k). KALIill llth. OhuIe. NUUANU-rl4tb
Kahtlehili. WAIALUA I5tb, Mehekulu. H0NU-
AULA 15th, Kapt.no. MAN0A 18th, Maboe. KI
PAHULU, Maai 21st, Kuaana.. WAIANA-i6th,
Keltikoa. .
Butcher. HONOLULU 7th, George Ritely.
Boat. HONOLULU 15th, Kaaekoa, No. .
17tb, Waiwai, No. S3.
Billiards. HONOLULU 30th, James OMs.
Public Snow HONOLULU 26th, Lee & Rt-
ad, per Lemon.
A Superior lot of Anchors,
FROH 1 TO 35 CWT. EACH.
OTTATTff OATaTtTTW.
FBOS 1-3 T0 1J-? IJTCiI.
TcHteH ly tbc Admlrallty Uat.
Vor Gale by-
5-5t A. W. PIERCE i CO.
Hubbuck's Paints
and Oil
FOR SALK BT
A. W. PIERCE A CO.
5-51
OREGON HAMS AST) 3AC01T.
SXALL LOT RECEIVED TEK MOSES
Taylor, tU Sao. FraneUeo. For Sale by
. BOLLES t CO-
a
a .
Ill
-
g I
? 5 :
r
2,tis l zt
33,518 ; 21
33,631 14 Si
S5.C3J I 51
37.SU S 18
39,91 4 21
39,TOS 3 21
41.M9 2j 18
AUCTION SALES.
Bf R.P, ADAMS.
CEEDIT SALE
-OF-
CHINA CObDS!
-EX-
" BT
ORDER OF KWOJO SOTlf CnOXO At Co,
THIS -DAY.
WEDNESDAY, - - - MARCH 8th,
AT 10 A. M., AT SALES ROOK,
A.X EXT J BEL T. .SEW ASSQRTMEST OT
CHINA GOODS,
TEAS AND
CURIOSITIES,
Coniiilln-in part as follows
Fine Oolong;, Sonehon; and Poucbong Teas,
Cases Chow Chow, Olnger A Cnmquat Oranges,
Pieces Fine Silks, Pena Dresses, (.
Silk Handkerchiefs,
100,000 MANILA CICARS,
VERY GOOD KIND.
Peanut Oil, Leather Shoes, China Shoes & Slippers,
Imitation Manila Cigars, China Tobacco,
Nankeen Cloth. Lychee, China Hams,
Fine White Glass Cloth and
HANDKERCHIEFS I
China Mosquito Netting, Looking Glasses,
Best White Matting, China Tobaeco,
Mat Bags far Sugar or Rice, Rattan Matting,
LEATHER COVERED CAMPHOR TRUNKS!
Camphor Wood Trunks, Leather Trunks,
Cork Hats, Fire Crackers,
China Tea Sets,
China Dinner Sets, 20O Pieces.
An Assortment of
SILVER AND IVORY WARE,
FINK 1VOIIK BOXES,
WRITING DESKS,
New Styles of Furnitnre!
WARDROBES, SIDEBOARDS,
BAMBOO CHAIRS, 6ETTEKS.
STONE TABLES FOR THE GARDEN,
STONE POSTS, Ete., Ele.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON TUESDAY, ::HAECH 14th !
AT 10 A. M., AT SALES rOOM,
A. Iiargo jasortmont
Dry Goods, Clothing, and Groceries,
French Bedstead and Furniture.
ALSO, AT 12, O'CLOCK,
THE CHOICEST LOT OF TREES PLANTS
Erer Offered in .Honolulu, confuting of
The different Tarietles of Araucaria,
Two kinds of Bouganvillea,
Two kinds of Damara, or Varnish Tree,
Draeaeno Stricta, Pblllaeladus, Saliiburia, Magnolia
and Lncea, all selected with especial
reference to the climate.
E. P. ADAMS, AuU'r.
JUST RECEIVED
Ex "A. J. POPE,"
AND
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
SUPERIOR
COTTAGE PIrVNOS!
From tbe celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
Shall We Say More ? Yea
We will say they were ordered by A. II. HAVELL,
who was well qualified to judge of their superior
3ua1ities, he being a flrit-class musician, and baring
ealt in these Pianos for sereral years in Australia,
These Pianos are In beautiful Italian walnut eases,
and are In splendid condition, having been packed in
sine lined cases.
ALSO
SWO STJTHRXOX. riATTOK.
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known house of
IIALLETT A CUMPS0N. Boston. Alio, direct from
London per "A.J. Pope," a fine assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
seen: as
ITarmoniums, Violins, Organ Concertinas,
Guitars, T'Totn and Uuilar Strings,
' JPimto Strings and Fdi, Musical
Boxes, asssorted : Organ
Accordeons trim stanch,
2limborines,
JRegulation Drums and Tog Drums.
Also a large assortment of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
EX LATE ARRIVALS,
Now Opening
All of which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH at my
Ware Rooms on Fort Street. Particulars ia sdrer-
tisemeut next week.
49 3me C. E. WILLIAMS.
Paints and PaintOil,
HUnilARD'S best Boiled Oil,
Hubbard's White Zinc.
Hubbard's White Lead,
J. T. W., While Lead,
Fancy Paints, a general assortment. For sals by
2 ' BOLLES t CO.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
ariOSSTASTTLV OH HAND and for Sale,
mm tbe well-Known
WAIMEA TANSBltr, C. NOTLET, Prop'r
7-ly-fcr A. 8. CLZailOZUMgent.
BEST LEAP LAED,
TN 10-LU TINS, RECEIVED PEtt ST'R
4 wuit&a a vu.
A GENKRAX. ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries and Ship Stores
A MVAYS on hand, and will be Sold at
Xjl the lowest prices, by
2 BOLLES A CO.
Oars,
TEST New Bedford Ash
Oar All siiet.
BOLLES A CO.
JJ.For sale) by
POI.AK OIL 10,000 Gallons, in qaaatitiea
to salt. For sale by 2 BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA LIME. We bare a regular
supply from the celebiated Santa Cms List.
Kilns, which enables us to sell at tbe lowest rates".'
2 BOLLES i CO.
Iron Stock Anchors;
QIZES, fron .100; lbs. to . 4,900 lbs.,
HI
yj Bond or dirty pM. Zfrr saJe by
aOLUaS .i C,
TTES
1 by
MP aad Cotton Sail Twlae.'-1" sal.
BOLL W -A C.
fTTAK AND PITCH Amerieas and Stoekbafei,
JL ia barrels and half barratt. For sale by
2 BOLLBS CO.
BES
EST English Portland Cement. For sale
BOLLES 4 CO.
AUCTION SALES;
By C. S. BARTOW.
ETEiVUVG-
OF
SAIil.
STAT
0a Friday aafi Satmrdsy IvMLffB,
Mar It and II, X wiB srWat PuMle Aaeeiatr
at SaletrooB), by CaAalofae;
An Elegant Asaertrrserrt vf &
FINE. ITALIAN STATUARY
ComprUlag,"a roups, Maatel Sets, Vatea. -
Hatah Boxes. PaaeTTHlgali, A.,
Imported Direct from Florence by Boleaveai A Pa4.
mieri. Oa exhibition at Salesroom otLTtrtiraday,
at 10 o'clock, A.M."
Sale will commence at 7J8 P.M. ' ' . -
C.S. BASaW; Jewel ft
Tarr LaMi aid lira Ltt
AT AUCTION I -
On Saturday, Mar ok 11th, 1171.
At 19 'elecV;M.."i
I Will sell at Fsfctie Aactloaa UepituHsisT
TWO TARO PATCHES AMD HOUSE LIT,
Know as Auawiollmn. sltaateel
from School Street. C. S. BatRTOW, Aaat'r. ,
On
Monday, March
At le o'cloelr, A. X.,
13th,
At the OLD CUSTOM" HOUSE WHARF, by- order
or uessrs. Jl. Haoxfeld A. uo. I will sell at
Publto Auction,.
Wbalo Boats, WbalmenVOil Casks.
Bomb Guns and Lances. Uarpooas. Kinging,
Cutting- Falls and Blocks. Try-worts,-Try-pcU,
Bricks. Hi-rpaiiaey
Whale Line, Sis. Ktc
C. S. BARTOW, Anet'f.
On Wednesday. MarcUS,
At 10 A. SI. at Salesroom,
W01 be Sold
An Assotlment of-Dry Gotis, Ctetlitnf
AND
Such as Tables, Chairs, Croekeryware, Ao.
Also uallons of Alcohol.
AND
One Light ItassTa In koo1 order.
C. 8. BARTOW, AuerY.
H. HACKFELD CO
Oiler for Sale,
BT THE
Hawaiian Bark 1 KA MOI,'
From l.on.a.o23L,
THE FOLLOWING
ASSORTMENT w
Selected witb tfratC
FOR THIS MAR
coxjisma or-
TnNGLISII PRINTS, Fanor Lilac I
Hi Sairsinc Prints, Twilled cblnts Print,!
Fancy Muslins, Victoria Lawnt, mosquito ntie.
ciajpenor Mack Loooarg, black Alpaeca,
French 'Merinos and Crape, woolen dress Goods.
Black and blue Broad Cloth,
Italian Cloths,
White Moleskins.
Wbito Drills,
White Duck.
BUck Haircloth,
White Shirting and Longclc-th,
Turkey Red Cloth,
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, beary
Brown and Blue Cotton, Ticking;,
Bins Denims, rery beery ,
Blankets, largo site assorted colors,
Bleached Linen Sheeting,
Blue Albambra Red Quilts,
Whit. Bed QuilU,
Fine Linen Imperials,
White Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels,
Superior Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red A Yellow Hd'kft.
Plain White Flannel, -
. Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel,
White Merino ocks,
Orey Mbed Socks,
Ladies' Whit Hots,
Fancy Damask' Tablo Corert,
BUck Silk. Neckties,
Fancy Alpaeca. Blonses,
Fine Linen Bosom Shirts,
White Cotton Shirts.
Fanoy Calico Shirts,
Hickory ShirU,
Heary Merino Under Shirts,
Silk 1'm'iL Under Shirts.
"Brown Cotton Under ShirU,
Turkey Red Suspenden,
Black Silk Umbrellas.
Black Silk Elastics,
Blue Cottoa Thread
Woolen k Cotton Girths, "
Feather Dqtter.
Boiled Liatead OiL
White Zinc Paint, ' "
ti round White Lead, Red. Ochre,
aad Vraetisa Bad.
Burlaps, Sail Twine,
Scotch Hemp Canrat,
Russia Duck, lljht k heary.
Bright Fencing Win,
Hoop Inn, from ka. to 1 in.
Tinned Saueepans with Corn.,
Babbitt Metal,
Galraaixed Oa Pipes, 2 t la.
OalraaUed Iron Buckets .aad Tabs,
Cabin Lamps aad Lanterns, k
C. C. Iron with brats guards.
Fine Pocket Knit es aad SUelSeUtart,
Crushed Sugar,
French Choeolate,
French Peasa aaatarl, .
Malaga and Saliaaa Kaiiinf,
Currants fa "Jars,
' Salad OH.
.X' CoeUlter OU.
Carry Powder, ....
iSestesee ot bneia .iimonat.
Lieerpool Salt;'
SaasafM ia Has,.
. .WUtshisa Loaf Chews.
D.ateS Loaf. Cheese,
Malt Vtaegar in Demijohns aad Mmts,
Cream of 7arear,
Seed HifsiiH.
Gin in Baskets aad Boxm, .
Ram is Barreb,
India Coop k Ca., Alt,
Chvat ia'Boxas.' r . i
KUtvsWiM. . ...
ge;4am At OBsatlc licaaa.f.
Jl t.-elVasi.ae VmiVWMMfi
niw & half Bar rest,
Pattaasal Caerast,'
Tit giWis staaa? e aad aasa.
BtaaksarMli tW
. . v -L- aaji.i sfamaaMataawa XaaW.
HM W. ' 1 ,
BeatBife Pawdar is W TkM,
1 .aat Uia V.w Oil Bkoeit.
1 W Teas' Wait BatU7 Cteata Coal,
WHK
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