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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVR!T7'SEEfc, MARCH 19, s-e.
i v ivf u to all employees of the
Sotk'f i - c et. persons to whom
Ooverai..1- 1 u lWaau Treasury on
ttoiiej may.t';"' to j.seut vouchers for
Vr''M' that dile.and all per-
fttxWntvlt"1 . .untof the Govcm-.Socsb-1-
,uo'U, Vi to n ake their returns
cnt are n"2 'J. n .lt tl.,I t. may he no delay
rrO!Ul-l.v' 1,1 ..... for the fiscal period end-
W. L. t.KEKN.
Minister of Finance.
1 UiiM i i-
j S AXi'KDAV, March IT.
I , ,, iVikM,s l&'- days from San
stiurf h hi-' I .Vu i:Kte uUd Waialua
; saurKw -: Jj01i IJaUlakua
f jctrKw- .rMJAy, March 18.
? , u i- rr t iii;ui. from Kauai
?.:kJ l;; from Hamakua,
I -ifiir Wauu.i.i. -
Hawaii . .lVifrf. from Maul
! hr MU, Mwrri-. frum koolau
I SAiniDAY, March 17.
S pMSAkuL.M,., for the Colonies at C
1 m f r K Cannnii.s. for Waimaiialo, at 9 a m
s,f uu'. f,.r iuiau
!.! vl Mil' To-ilay.
I t m,-. M ikee, Macau lay, for Kilauea aiid
imMdVt'"'-rwort'l f,,r Waiuae aUd Waia"
tlaVJKilVa Hun. Cameron, for Hamak via
lirMok'll'i. .UcCngor, for Molokai. at 5
Pr rt.fc rrinlricli, Koi iT. for San Francisco
I si-bi iuuiteao.ili, tor kohala
f 's,-hrl.u'w. for K-haia
2 " tfr Mi Morris, fr Koolau
f i- k S Marion, Pyr, itoni Acapulco
' I i s Ail mi', h Kinirt'. from Sa-noa
Am Lk'.Suom.i, Cai.tain T xi (iiitlith, from San
I 1lm'tfiu W S r.owiie, V Bliihm, fiom San
i ci-r bwk Fiif-Jri. il, Kuril, from ban IrancitiCO
5 hit Lk Sui;i.a. i Watt, from Liverpool
Am bk Martii lavi, T M Benson, from Boston
I aw Lk faibarif li. i A Perkins, froui San Fran-
. H NVtl) MV S Zilvereu Kruis, Jocke, from S
$ a.t n a, tlue M ir l-'M
I J 1 J MS 'siikuiia, trom Tahiti, due April 1-20
I t,rt bi.rk D. utt hland, from Bremen, sailed
I October 'tli, due Fehruary 1-20
I Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, from New York,
I due Mir-J 1 -20
bat t.k M Thunias Bell, sailed from Cardiff,
I Uiii'i't-rL'Jil, line March 1-20
1 But bark N ituua, sailed from Liverpool Nov
.Vtb, il'ifc March 7-'.il
Awbk Lii.iril .May, Johnson, from Hongkong,
dit- J.tu 'Jt- 1
I SSDai.iLa, fruiu Panama, due M rch 1-10
Am bkKret Queen, Windiug, from tiau P ran
Cbco, due March 1.V21
Hin bk J A kiii', W 11 Berry, from Puget
Sjiiud. due at Kahulw Ahuch 0-20
al bktue st Lucie, j Ki.-lane, fiom Puget
Suiiud, due Mrch l.r-U".
I Brit bk Pacific sMope.liarnes.f iom Puget Sound,
)J iue M iTcb 'M-- (I
Aiu t ktue l laiiier. V 11 PerriiLaii, from San
j Fruiii'isi-o, due March 5-15
Am bktue s i Wilder, A II I'aul, fiom San
Fruuiisco, due March 7-Hi
Am bktue S N Catle, L II Uuhbard, from San
I t raui'i sco, di. e March ln-20
Am bk V II Hopkins, from San Diego, dne
i Am sch d L Tiernan, Melauder.from San Fran
I CIHl'o en rut .I:ilnii ,lii. 111
; Si br A un i, ilue at Kahtilui from San Francisco
... .......... . 11 I H AK(SVU A"
1 Aw ship Alex McNeil, from San Francisco, due
Am bark Memnion, fro:n Port Discovery, due
Am bark Alice Muir, Yat nell, from Newcastle,
S W, due April 1-20
Am hark Al.co Mary, Nion, from Newcastle, N
8", due April 1-20
Am bark Veritas, from Newcastle, N S vy
Bark Willie McLaren, Laidmau, from New
castle, X sv
Hark Cam Ihiul, Sweetland, due at Kahului,
ram Newcastle, N s W, Maich 1U-31
Hiwbk W l; lio.lfrev. 11 Kahle. from-San Fran-
tisco.due Match a-l-ai
f Am br-tne Consueio, L B Cousins, from San
Jiauusro, Hue March 21-1
Hw bk Lady l ainpson, from San Francisco,
due March 24-:;i
f Am bktue Llla, from San Francisco, due March
f 'i 'il
Trorn Kami, per steamer Mikahala. March 18th
Horn,.UT vai per Lifelike, March ICth His
Hon p v ,ct' S 15 Dole Ex L A Thurston,
Wj?' 11 1:1 veil. W Belowitz. SL
Mr8u g t- Llssel. Macaulay, 11 L Eld ridge,
Jn ami j qeck passengers. -
fThc baike:itine Ci. C. Perkins arrival at San
ucl-o March 3d. 15 days hence; the
aadtUerAUn:i arriveJ oa ,he Gth from Kahului,
irn. J"lc'iiaiue onsuelo on the same day
Dor "EOlul:i' e;ioh lK2 days' passage; the tern
.,',"' arrive 1 on the Gth, 18 days hence,
u the bark W. B. Godfrey arrived March 8th.
lawaei8rCb00acr LeiL1 arrive'1 Saturday from Ha-
W .s u 1'00" baS sugar for the tern
dirV WUtf' She maJe tbe round trip in five
schooner Kaalokai picked up a boat c- ew
'r!l!r S 01 ftVt" Portiue. off Waianae. last
d,vfi.. lui;"ieu leuuere euiies-
tb vlu- they intended to return
t!!a,'le "to" "tCU,Uie Very Iierce aud they were
aloLg tin Uiake Ltailway, KO were drifted
Lu up bytLe Kaalokai severaI
1 ue hark P .
s expect tn,3S- fhompson, Captain Potter,
with a fun frrU Kahu1'11 nextWednes
Tte Rt aig0 f 8' gir for 84411 Francisco.
""orun,, frtl lht"llke arrived early yesterday
:8. t, i Ul WUh e-J0 bags sugar, 81
2.MI fe t k 8"8 8u"ries, 4 cows. 1 horse
moon !u,uber. 8ae leaves to-morrow
ave received Kavi2a,ion Company
Th u,lch ui"f.r , Martba from Boston.
Pany' cho -m Used for towing the Com
t08 in and out the channel. .
I h:"1" 'urjmpie, j v: Alapai and wife, Aug
J'aiid wife. W K Lawrence, li W T Purvis"
! Dr H iUe' MisaF Marhham. Miss Dushalsky.
1 E rtii i?'1' wife, Mr J Kakina and daughter,
I dwYr ' '-art, C BoSe, 3 Chinese and -18
! fr"luh'T Kui,ke'uu11 arved Saturday
! -lie q .u ' ",ai1' att an absence of 4 days
ll-u.Cr rU,1'ltrP maJe-wilh a,100
' aintLU,'f,"',r for the w- Bowne, aud sails
.; IU,S afternoon
The steamer Kinau goes on the Marine Rail
way early this morning to be cleaned. She will
leave for Uilo and way ports next Wednesday.
The schooner Kaalokai arrived from Eleele,
Kauai, Saturday, with 445 bags sugar and 80 bags
The steamer Bishop brought 2,800 bags sugar
from Honomu, H.
The steamer Mokolii arrived yesierday morn
ing from Molokai with 1HX) bags sugar 100 bags
kalo. 15 head cate, 6 calves, 94 sheep, and 25
sheep from Lanai. She leaves again this even
ing. The steamer Kilauea Hou arrived on Saturday
from Hamakua. Hawaii, with 3,514 bags sugar.
She sails this afternoon for various ports on Ha
makua. The steamer Kaala brought 1,590 bags sugar
from Waialua and Waianae on Saturday, and
will leave again at 9 o'clock this morning for
the same place.
The tern W. S. Bowne is expected to sail either
next Wednesday or Thursday with a full cargo
of sugar for San Francisco.
The steamer Mikahala arrived yesterday morn
ing from Kauai with 3.82Q bags sugar, 22 head
cattle and 21 hides.
The German bark Friedrich, Captain Korff,
leaves the Kinau wharf to-day with a full cargo
of sugar for San Francisco.
The schooner Mile Morris brought 4C0 bass
rice from Koolau, Oahu, yesterday.
The American bark Forest Queen. Captain G.
C. M. Winding, is 19 days out from San Fran
cisco. The barkentine Planter, Captain W. R. Perri
man, and the ship Alex. McNeil. Captain J. R.
Howard, are both 16 days out from San Francisco
for this port.
The steamer Waialeale brought 3,874 bags sugar
from Hanalei and Kilauea, Kauai, yesterday.
The schooner Mary E. Foster arrived ou Satur
day from Kukaiau, Hawaii, with 850 bags sugar.
The American bark Caibaiien, Captain G. A.
Perkins, arrived on Saturday, lHl-.2 days from
San Francisco-ia ballast. Had strong N. W.
winds the first three days; thence had souther. y
and westerly winds. The Caibarien is docked
near the Oceanic Company's wharf, and will
soon commence loading sugar for San Francisco
for Messrs. Castle & Cooke.
The British bark Pacific Slope, with lumber for
this port, put into port at San Francisco March
3d, 9days from Burrard's Inlet, for repairs.
The British bark Velocity. Captain Martin, will
leave to-morrow with Chinese passengers for
The Hawaiian bark James A. King, Captain II.
II. Berry, sailed from Puget Sound March 3d
with lumber for Honolulu.
LUUAL AND UENEKAL.
Thanks to the Hawaiian News Agency
for late papers.
The Kinau leaves for Hiloand way ports
Charles Cecil John Manners, Duke of
Rutland, died in London March 4th.
There is an important change in Messrs.
Hotfschlaeger's advertisement in this issue.
Admiral Sir Ashley Cooper Ke', a dis
tinguished officer of the British Navy, is
Editor Pulitzer of the New York World
is in San Francisco, and intends paying a
visit to Honolulu.
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel will give extraordi
nary bargains in the different departments
for the next two weeks.
The S. F. 'Chronicle" calls our Recip
rocity treaty a humbug treaty." Many
The bark Forest Queen is on the way
with a cargo of merchandise valued at $27,
351. She has six mules aboard.
The programme given bv the band on
Saturday at Emma square contained ap
propriate selections for St. Patrick's day.
A lot of stylish hats in black' white and
colored, at $1 and $1 25 each at the Popular
Millinery House, N. S. Sachs, proprietor.
A special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21 F. and A. M. will be held this eve
ning lor the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing year,
At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. J. F.
Morgan will sell the household furniture at
the residence of G. W. Wilfong, Likelike
Mr. Mclnerny had a.flag flying from his
new block on Saturday on which was the
following: "Agency Waltham Watch
A large and well selected stock of milli
nery goods, line wings, fine birds, fancy
feather pon pons, choice flowers and fancy
edged watered ribbons, at Sachs' store.
Five sailors belonging to the U. S.Adams
who ought to have reported for duty on
Friday but failed, were arrested yester
day and locked up in the station house.
Mr. John D. Sprecke's has been ap
pointed releree in the sculling match to
take place this week at San Francisco be
tween O'Connor of Canada und Peterson
of San Francisco.
Children's hats; children's hats trimmed
and untrimmed, in fine leghorn and fine
white Milans, also a good assortment in
school hats, at one dollar each at Sachs'
store, 101 Fort street. -
- On Saturday at noon a salute was fired
from the battery at Kakaako, in honor of
the birthday anniversary Kamehameha
the Third. The Government offices were
also all closed.
The Blue Ribbon entertainment on
Saturday evening was well attended and a
success. The vocal duet by Mrs. Ross and
Miss Bertha Von Holt was loudly encored.
The Rev. Mr. Ostrum delivered the ad
dress. M. Wilson, son-in-law of ex-President
Grevy, who has been on trial for complicity
in the Legion of Honor decoration scandal,
has been convicted and sentenced to two
years' imprisonment, to pay a fine ot 3,000f
and to be deprived of his civil rights for 5
The Chicago "Leader" says: Claus
Spreckles, the Pacific coast sugar king, says
he will fight the sugar trust.- In this well
defined case of inter-canine mastication,
consumers of sugar, like a certain legend
ary old lady, will feel like saying : "Go it
Spreckels; go it Trust."
Mr. Ch. Gertzhas his store on Fort street
draped in black, out of respect to the
memory of the late Emporer of Germany.
On Saturday Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. and
F. A. Schaefer & Co. closed their doors,
Messrs. Bishop & Co.'s bank closed at ten
o'clock, and several flags were flying at
The British iron bark Saraca, Captain
George Wratt, which arrived and an
chored off port last Friday 12S days
from Liverpool, was towed into iort on
Saturday morning and is now lying at
the Pacific Mail Company's wharf,where
she will discharge her cargo of general
merchandise. Chief officer John Watt
gives us the following report of the pas
sage: Sailed from Liverpool November
9th. Experienced pleasant weather to
Cape Horn, which was reached Decem
ber 30th, 51 days out. The equator in
the Atlantic was crossed on December
2d, 23 days out in longitude 2S deg. W.
Christmas day was observed in latitude
50 deg. S. Passed through the Straits of
La Maire December 20th, and the fol
io widg day was in the meridian of Cape
Horn. At Cape Horn a succession of
heavy gales from W N W to W S W was
experienced, lasting for nearly fifteen
days, during which time the wheel
house was slightly damaged. Thence
had northerly winds for a month.
Crossed 50 deg. S in the Pacific January
16th. The Saraca was 22 days in round
ing Cape Horn from 50 deg. S to 50 deg.
S. Took the south-west trades in 25 deg.
S. Crossed the equator in the Pacific,
March 2d, 114 days out. Thence had
fresh strong northwest trades and squally
weather till these islands were sighted,
when a heavy gale was encountered.
Arrived off Oahu March 10th. All well
on board. The following vessels were
spoken by the Saraca on the voyage
hither: December 7th, latitude IS S and
longitude 3G W, New Zealand steamer
Coptic, from New Zealand for London.
All well. January 3d, in latitude 5G S
and longitude GO W, British bark British
India, 78 days out from Iquique, Chili,
for. Cardiff. The Saraca was built at
Dumbarton on the Clyde, over twelve
years ago, and is of 837 tons register and
has a carrying capacity of 1,200 tons
dead weight. The Saraca has a large,
well ventilated and elegant cabin. She
brings nearly 1,500 tons general mer
chandise to Messrs. Theo. H. Davies &
Co., and after unloading cargo at this
port, will leave for San Francisco with a
full cargo of sugar.
Fine IisiIa.v ol KmOroiiiery.
One of the finest displays of embroid
eries to be seen is at the Popular Mil
linery House, of which N. S. Sachs is
proprietor. There is an endless variety
of embroidery edgings, ladies' embroid
ered skirts flounces, children's embroid
ered holoku lengths, all-over embroid
eries, and fine box suits. Our attention
was attracted by the tine display in the
show window, which is stacked with
embroideries, and our curiosity then led
us in the store. Here the display is
simply immense the quantity and as
sortment cannot be equalled. These
goo Is were imported direct from Europe,
thereby saving the U. S. dut', and are
sold at such low prices that his large
stock will soon be givatly diminished,
and it will certainly pay the ladies of
Honolulu to stop and have a look there
before purchasing goods of that descrip
Fmierikl of tlae ftto J.. Aliolo.
Yesterday afternoon the funeral of the
late Luther Aliolo took place from his
late residence, Beretania street. A pro
cession was formed at the house, and
moved to Ivawaiahao Church as follows:
Royal Hawaiian Band, Revs. J. Waia
mau and H. Manase, a native bearing
the deceased's two decorations, the
hearse and on cither side pall-bearers,
chief mourners and friends. At the
church the service was read by the Rev.
H. H. Parker, and the remains were in
terred in the cemetery near the Lunalilo
The deceased was a Knight Com
panion of the Royal Order of Kalakaua
and a Grand Officer of the Itoyal Order
Crown of Hawaii.
Suicide of A. C. Ellis.
A dispatch from Los Angeles, dated
March 3d, says that Albert G. Ellis, for
merly connected with E. P. Adams &
Co., auctioneers, took a dose of lauda
num on 2d, from which he died. Eight
dollar were found on him. He left no
word, and no cause for the deed is
known. An inquest was held, but the
jury was unable to decide whether
death was intentional or not.
The deceased, who was in Honolulu
about four months ago, has a father liv
ing in Green Bay, Wis., where he is a
respected citizen, and formerly was a
Judge. Mrs. Ellis and two children live
with her relative in Providence, 11. I.
Concert at uima Square.
The following musical programme will
be given by the Royal Hawaiian Military
Band this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
March "Entrance" Strauss
Introduction "Carmen" Bezet
Waltz "My Queen" Coote
Reminiscences of all nations Godfrey
Maura, Pua Alani, une Kaperlani.
"Reminiscences of Scotland" Maanen
Echo "Ka hea a Hiku". Berger
Waltz "Blue Danube" Strauss
"Hawaii Ponoi "
By calling at J. Gonsalves' photo
graphic gallery, Fort street, you can ob
tain views of the different points of in
terest on all the islands of the group and
of the Volcano. Photographs taken in
The California Fruit Market received
the following goods by the Alameda: Cali
fornia apples, oranges, Sicily lemons,
smoked salmon, cabbage, canned fruits,
mm l m
V 7 ml a
This powdor never vs.ric3. A marvel of purity,
strength onl holosomcnes?. More economical
than the-ordinary kinds, tind cannot be sold in com
petitio i with the multitude of lo.vtest, short
weight, alum orphosphatepowders.- Sold ONLY 13
caxs. lloYAi- IAUivi Powcta Co.. 103 WaH-siJ
WM. T. COLEMAN ! CO., Agents.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Notice to Creditors.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE THAT
A he has this day been appoi nied executor of
the last will and testament of Walter Murray
Gibson, late ol Honolulu, deceased. All persons
having any claims against the estate of said
deceased, whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, are notified to present the suue duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers, if any exist, to
the undersigned at his oilice in Honolulu within
six mouths irom this date, or they will be for
ever barred. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make iiumediate payment.
J. S. WALKER,
Executor Estate W. M. Gibson.
(louolulu, March 9th. 1888.
Importer and Dealer in
4eiil4 IjImIm'V aji4i Children's
Boob, Shoes fi Slippers.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
Kept on Hand.
dTOrders from the other islands solicited.
Waterliouse & Lester,
1 G to 22 Beale street. San Franrisco. apl9
Notice of Removal.
II AS REMOVED TO
Thomas Block, Kins; St.
TAR0 FLOUR FACTORY,
COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY,
May 26th, and are now prepared to supply
TARO FLOUR in any quantities.
With new and improved machinery and other
apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to
supply Taro Flour that will make a better class
of Poi than ever produced.
All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS,
Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku, Maui ; or to
W. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents, Honolulu.
J70R PLANTATIONS, GARDENS, LAWNS, ETC.
For sale by HANSON & SMYTH. "We are
now prepared to receive all orders for the above
Fertilzer of a superior quality, thoroughly cured
and warranted one .of the best articles of the
kind in the market.
Orders may be left with
L. B. HANSON, 200 Queen street.
G. M. SMYTH. Hawaiian Hotel Stabl
Hawaiian Coffee Plantation
COPIES OF THE PROSPECTUS OF THE
Hawaiian Coffee Plantation Company can be
had on apHcation of J. E. BKOWN & CO., real
estate agents. Merchant street. Honolulu.
North British and Mercantile
Resources of the Company as at 31st Dec, 1882
1 Authorized Capital 3,000,000
2 Subscribed " 2,tKtO,()uO
3 Paid up " fxtO.OOO
4 Fire Fund and Reserves a3at
31st Dec, 1883 1,274,661
5 Life and Annuity Funds.... 3,855,5-9
6 Revenue Fire Branch 1.107,124
7 " Life and Annuity
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER k CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE- CO., L'D
Hardware, Agricultural Implements !
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Now Opening ISTew
New Stvle Steel Door Mats,
AVOAMNT WIEE ROOFING,
lutlrely 9Tew, Ti-anlneeiit, Waterproof, Dnraole.
The following are some of the purposes to which it is applicable: Verandas,
Porches ami Covered Ways, Boat Houses, and Engine Room Skylights, Conserva
tories, Ferneries, Garden Frames and Summer Houses, Stables, Loose Boxes for
Horses and Cattle, Barns, Cow Houses and Shepherds' Houses, Pheasant r ies
Fowl Houses and Kennels, Skylights, Factory Windows, Workshops, Markets,
iSehools, Laundries, Portable buildings, Temporary Structures, and all other build
ings requiring to be light and dry.
BETTER THAN A
OFFERED BY THE
OF THE UNITED STATES.
The protection of Life Insurance combined with the Investment Principles of aSavlngs
Bank. Example of a 20-year endowment policy for?lo,(X)0, taken out at the age ot 25 years;
Annual premium, 8187. Total premium in -0 years, 9,740. Cash fund then due, $18,110. Equiv
alent paid up policy for life, 843,800. Or, annuity for life, 81,310.
Estimates for different amounts and different axes cheerfr lly given. Protect your family
from future want or provide for your own old age Policies Free, Indisputable, Nonforfeitable
Etc., Etc. For further particulars apply to
lexander J. Cartwrighc,
i.eneral Aueiil, Hawaiian ImIhimI.
COCKSFOOT. RYE GRASS, ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
THE ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN
improving the pasture lands of the Islands
is called to the above valuable seeds, which we
offer for sale in lots to nuit purchasers.
We have also on hand sample lots of White
Clover, English .Alsyke, Timothy, Rib Grass,
Crested Dog's Tail, Tall Fescue. Italian Rye
Grass and Lucerne seeds, which we offer in
small lots for trial, and will also receive orders
for quantities of not less than half a ton weight,
and execute same with dispatch.
71-iunel8tfd&w WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
Of the Best Assorted Brands In the Market, which
we will sell at lowest Priee. either In
IIoikI or Duty Paid.
Fresh Lots received b' ever' Steamer.
MEE FOISTG & CO..
King: St., Bet. Jlaunakea ami Xuiianu.
SAMOAN VIEWS !
By J. D. Strong,
Who accompanied the Hawaiian Embassy.
J. J. Williams, Photographer,
;101 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Has on Sale a Series of
Samoan Life & Character
And (Historical Incidents connected
with the Hawaiian Mission
An Immense Variety and Great Artistic
Call and See Them.
LEWIS & CO
Importers ami Dealers in
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.
Ill PORT STREET,
P. BOX 297
: TELEPHONE 210
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO
Importer A- Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Goods in Onr Line
Win. G. Irwin k Co
OFFER FOR SALE
And 30-pound Hnxea.
fn Half Barrets
And 26 pound Poxer,
In 30-poand Boxes.
In Half Barre'd
Bine Mottled Soap
Cases Corned Heef. '
Cs Medium Bread.
O I L S'
. FUEL and LUBRICATING.
Galvanized Iron Rooting.
SCREWS and WASHERS.
VaniU and Sital, Per ana Twine, Whale Line
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
A TENTH, (suitable for
tng ana surveying psatt.
T. J. BASS H. BBOWM
T. J. BASS & CO.
Importers of and pealera in
A rtists' - Vtaterial,
Paints, Oila, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture
Frames, etc., etc., etc.
14 and 16 Kills Hlreet near BlarWet,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAX.,