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Jammry HO, 1888.J
All persons hnvitig, or who may
hereafter have claims against the
Interior Department, are lcquestetl
to present the same for appioval and
payment, not later than the end of
the month in whwh tho indebted
ness is inclined.
LORK1N A. THURSTON,
CI 3t Minibtcr of tho Interior.
Sealed tenders will bo leccived at
tho Intel ior Oflicc until 12 o'clock
noon, on WEDNESDAY, February
1, 1888, for tho const motion of a
Stone Light House at Harbor' Point.
Also, sealed tenders will bo leccived
at the above named time and place
for the construction of a dwelling
hoiiBO for tho Light House Keeper,
at Harbor's Voint.
Plans and specifications ior the
above tenders can bo keen at the
ollice of the Superintendent of Public
The bids to be separate and each
one endorsed accouling to the tender.
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho Intciior.
Interior Oilice, Jan. 27, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
JESuuJk ol Cnlilbi-riitt, . IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bauk Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to neither Beet cor Fatty,
lint established lor tho benefit ol all.
MONDAY, JAN. 30, 1888.
WHAT JO DO.
Our principal industry is menaced
on all sides : First, by Col. Sprcck
els, in establishing and promoting
the cultivation of beet sugar; by
the United States Government in
trying to make sugar one of the ar
ticles on the free list, and by the
agitation of the bounty question for
the home product in theUnitcdStates.
This danger calls for more than en
ergetic action. It is necessary that
promoters of other industries than
sugar, in this country, should organ
ize in an effective manner, and no
pain should be spared to enlist the
sympathies, and secure the hearty
co-operation of every man who has
a common interest in the cause.
This done, a confederation might be
formed for the promotion of such
industries as have been proved by
actual experience adapted to the
country. This federation when
formed should be prepared to take
the field for a determined campaign,
as there can be no hope of success
without a combined and persistent
effort on the part of all. With such
a combination, success is sure to
crown their efforts, and the country
will be relieved after a while, from
the embarassing condition of de
pending upon a single staple
should the financial success of that
production be threatened, for its
prospeiity and importance in the
A CHANCE FOR REFORM.
"We doubt not thnt many a repent
ant young man goes to prison for a
a term of years, upon whom the
enormity "of his offense dawns on
him for the first time, while in the
Court room ; and who lias never
calmly rcvlqjvctl his past career" until
lie finds himself locked in a prison
ers cell. Ought not a young man
who regrets his folly, lepents his
his crime, and wants to bo a better
man for the remainder of his life,
have a chance to do so? "What
chance lias lie in our prison as now
conducted. None at all. His com
panions aro tho off scourings of tho
world. Ho works with them, passes
his leisure time with them and sleeps
with them. His officers are men,
who aa a rule, caro nothing for his
future welfare or what becomes of
him, when, by tho expiration of his
term of imprisonment lie is thrust
on to the world to seek n livelihood.
Consequently tlicy neither study the
character or temperament of the
prisoner, or if they do, in many
cases they havo not had the experi
ence that is necessary to deal kindly
and yet intelligently and effectually
with convicts. A young man going
to prison should havo the opportunity
to keep himself apart from his
fellow prisoners, if it is his wish to
do so ; to plan his future life on good
moral grounds, and have sound ad
vice, and steady encouragement in
doing so. As much care should be
taken by the country to see him well
clear of the prison walls after the
expiration of his Sentence, as was
taken to incarcerate him therein. As
a rule the prisoner comes out of
prison as had a man as when he
went in, and in the caso of young
men, often worse from the evil asso
ciation there encountered. No care
is taken to give him a moral educa
tion, lie is simply a degraded being
whose work represents so much a
day towauls defraying the expen
ses of the institution. This mode of
conducting our prison can be re
formed and many a man reclaimed
to friends and t-ocicty, who would if
left to his own resources, will become
a hardened criminal.
A LETTER FROM KALAWAO.
Editor Bulletin: Our super
intendent lias made one of Ills
quarterly visits to tho settlement
leaving it on Tuesday last. While
hero he said he was thinking seri
ously of giving up tiic position and
that this would probably be his last
After a service of seventeen years
he is about to leave us without a
supply of water, fuel very scarce,
not one month's supphy of beef cat
tle on hand, with but lew cows giv
ing a scant supply of milk, and but
few of our one thousand taro patches
under cultivation, houses out of re
pair, our wharf liable to be swept
away in the next storm, and our
only boat hauled up, unseaworlhy.
Is it any wonder that there should
. A Resident.
Kalawao, Jan. 2Gth.
There has been a strong South
wind for several davs past. Every
one expected rain but it has not
Two cases of Typhoid fever were
reported, but they are improving.
A native woman of Haiiamaulu,
after a severe illness of several
weeks, died on Tuesday. A little
Portuguese child, in the same place,
also died this w cek from blood poison
ing. Mr. Tweedic, the store keeper at
Kealia, has been seriously ill for
Mr. Potter, formerly of the Kealia
Plantation, will be the recipient of
a farewell banquet this evening,
prior to his departure for Maui,
where he goes to manage the "Wai
hce plantation, lie will be missed
at Kealia, and his friends greatly
regret his departure.
The Hon. and Mrs. I'. P. Kanoa
have issued numerous invitations for
a grand luati at their residence in
Niumalu this evening.
Mr. Several is in Liuue at pre
sent, where he is kept quite busy.
This week ho photographed the Li
huc School a group ot 1S-1 persons
teachers and children.
Kauai, Jan. 28th.
The catalogue of the Hilo Library
Association lias como to hand. It
shows an historical library consist
ing of Mommscn's History of Rome,
Green's History of the English
People, Prcscott's Conquest of
Mexico, Iligjjinson's History of the
United States, Napier's History of
the Peninsular War, Kinglakc's In
vasion of the Ciimea, Lodge's His
tory of the English Colonies in
America, McCarthy's History of
Our Own Times, Tho Four Georges,
and Ireland Since tho Union, Diary
and Correspondence of Samuel
Popys, Paikman's Montcalm and
Wolfe, Carlisle's French Revolution,
Past and Present Chartism, and
Frederick the Great, Campaigns of
the Civil War, (12 volumes by
different authors), Blaine's Twenty
Tears of Congress, Busch's Bib
mark in tho Franco-German War,
De Lamartine's History of the Gir
ondists, Personal Memoiis of U. S.
'Grant, Story of the Nations As
syria, Alexander s umpire, and
Rome. Fornander's Polynesian
Race, and a great many other his
torical works and biographies of
men whoso lives arc a part of his
tory. These arc supplemented by a
large number of travels, such as j)ii
Chaillu's Land of tho Midnight
Sun, Stanley's Congo, Pinto's How
1 Crossed Africa, and others too
numerous to name, and nlso 1)3' a
number of historical novels, such as
Miss Muchlbach's books, Tolato
War and Peace, and Touiger'H
books. But it is in works of fiction
that the library excels. Scott,
Dickens, Hawthorne, George Eliot,
Thackcry, Lytton, Hugo and, in
fact, nearly all the noted novelists
arc laid under contiibution. The
poetical works- are confined to those
whoso reputation has been long es
tablished. Among tho essays and
miscellaneous works are books by
John Burroughs, Adam Badeau,
Donnelley, Darwin, Emerson,
Holmes, Irving, Lowell, Lodge,
Matthews, Proctor (K. A.), Ruskin,
Kenan, IU linger, and others. Heavy
reading matter, such as the worlsH
of Herbert Spencer, J. S. Mill, and
others of that class, is conspicuous
only bv its absence. Such is also
the case with works of lefcicncc.
All things considered it is an un
usually good popular library of
about five hundred volumes.
The weather has been painfully
fair for Borne time past. The stieets
have been getting dustier and dus
tier, and wc have been calling out
for rain. Last night a pleasant
shower fell, hut a little more of the
same kind would be appreciated.
Surveys and other measurements
for new 'wharf at the terminus of the
proposed railway have been made.
The sin vcyois are now out making
surveys with a view to finding the
best route for a road to the Volcano
and Kau. They doubtlessly appre
ciate the dry weather better than do
All the mills aie running at full
capacity and doing well. Flumes
have not yet become dry, and it is
to be hoped they will not become so
soon. A ride through tho cane
fields of "Wainaku Plantation this
week revealed almost universal good
crops, and energetic work on the
pait of the manager in bringing new
laud into cultivation.
Hilo, January 2Glli.
THE DIME GRAZE.
Two young gentlemen stepped
into a cigar store yesterday, and one
of them bought and paid for two
cigars. The cigars cost 10 cents
each, and tho man who sold them
handed back, in change for the silver
dollar that had been tendered him,
80 cents in 10-ccnt pieces. There
upon one of the young men laughed
vocifeiously, and the other, who had
bought the cigars, pocketed the eight
dimes, with an expression appioach
ing chagrin, and said: "Just my
luck, bv George. However," said
he, after lighting his cigar, "if
there's any more spending to be
done, old fellow, you've got it to do,
for I'm broke."
When the young man left the
stoie the cigar man turned to a
"Republican" reporter who had
witnessed the transaction and said:
"Do you know what that means?"
" It means that the young fellow
who bought the cigars is at the same
time 80 cents ahead and 80 cents
behind. He is ahead in money that
he will save and behind in iuone3r
that he probably wanted to use to
day." "I don't understand you."
"Well, the young man simply
caught the dime-saving craze."
"What is the dime-saving craze?"
"It is something that may not be
exactly new, but it is new for all
that 1 know to the contrary. The
scheme is never to spend a dime. It
was probably devised for the benefit
of thriftless people who are not able
to save their money in a regular
way, and for a plan of saving it is
one of the best I ever heard of.
Hundreds of young fellows have
caught it, and limit their wants ac
.coulingly. My business suffers
from the practice to some extent,
but not a great deal. In fact, I am
something of a dime-saver myself,
and I get new customers b' explain
ing the plan to them and getting
them to adopt it. They come in to
sec me about it ncaily cvciy day,
and tell me how well they aie
"Suppose you give mc the plan
more in detail."
"Well, you make up your mind
to keep every dime that comes into
your possession. You are never to
part with a 10-cent piece under any
circumstances.. Whenever j'ou re
ceive a dime in change put it a way,
and when you get home place it in a
box or receptacle for safe-keeping.
'The more dimes you get in change
the greater your savings will be.
You aie to make any sacrifice rather
than to pait with one dime. If you
have nothing but dimes in your
pocket w lieu you want a cigar, gd
without the cigar. If you want
lunch and havo nothing but dimes,
go without lunch. If you have onlv
a dime in your pocket and want to
ride home on a horse car, brace up
and walk'. Save your dimes."
"Well, what will be tho lesultof
"It will surprise you. If you
aro a fiee spender your savings will
assume large proportions. You will
be surpiihcd when you adopt the
plan to sec the number of dimes in
"Now, when you come to think of
it, a dime in no small .sum. If you
save all the dimes you get in change
you save nearly one-half of your
small expenditures, it you are not
free with your 11101103', your savings
will of course not amount to a great
deal j still they will come to an in
teresting sum in time. The plan
seems to be, as 1 said, devised for
the purpose of making people who
spend money freely save a part of
their pocket-money. It is a good
tiling, too, in tho way of teaching a
man frugality and thrift. I believo
thai any one who learns to savo in
small things will not be long in
learing to savo in largo things. Try
the tiling awhile and sec what comes
Inquiries among personal friends
served to show tho reporter that tho
dimes-saving plan had become to
many of them a fascinating habit,
"1 took up the scheme last
spring," said n young married man,
"at tho solicitation of my wild. We
had been figuring up my expenses
that is my personal expenses and
she declared mc frightfully extrava
gant. I insisted that the expenses
could not well fic curtailed. Sho
advised the practice of a little self
denial in tho matter of cigars,
'shines' and all other little exseuses
thnt cat up a dollar so quickly. 1
said it would bo impossible for me
to forego these little luxuries, ns
they had so grown upon me ; and
she, wliilo asscveialing she did not
want mc to revolutionise things,
maintained that a little denial of
these pleasures, n moderation of
ttictii, in fact, would improve mc
financially nud physically.
"It wau about that time that 1
heard of the dime scheme, and I
became an advocate and devotee of
it at once. Well, you wouldn't be
lieve how I pi ollted by it. It be
came a matter of the greatest in
terest to me, iu the first place, to
secure change that had no dimes in
it. In the second place it became
interesting and amusing to deny my
self certain things I otherwise would
buy without any thought of saving.
Everything I denied myself became
really a source of pleasure to mc,
and I would not only enjoy the sav
ing of the money that would other
wise have been spent, but 1 enjoyed
telling my wife about it. Fuithcr
more, I felt the keenest interest in
the pile of dimes that was constantly
growing. I felt free to spend in
some things, because I knew that I
would get my reluin in diuies. The
desire to add to my pile, however,
kept mc from buying many and many
a thing I should have been as eager
before to secure.
(To bo continued.)
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Valuable City Property !
By order of A. J. Cartwriglit, Esq,, I
v ill sell at Public Auction, nt my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, February 4th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
THE PREMISES KNOWN AS
" THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on the east corner of Berclania
nnd G.uden streets. Having frontnge
nnBeit-tiiiin ttrcet of 71 ft. 3 in., und a
frontage on Garden stieet of 130 ft , and
containing 320 liuhoms nud 82 feet.
THERE IS A
Large Dwelling Houses,
1 Cottage and out-Houses
on thk premises.
Premises were foimcrly occupied
by Captain I3abcock.
For further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
IS td ' Auctioneer.
Lodge Le Progres.
AIJEGTJLAR McHing of the aborc
Lodge will bo held at their Hall,
King sim t. THIS EVENING, Monday,
January 30ih, at 7-0 o'eloel; t-lmip.
Visiting Brethren are cuielially in
vited to attend. C2 It
A GENTLEMAN can get a well
furuishel loom (if dc-drcd with
hoard.) Location about 10 minutes'
walk from l'oat olllco. Please upply at
t he 'office of tho isui.i.KTlK. fiii tf
BY a young man kituutton & clerk,
retc. Good li'teicnces. Twoyuais
in prcFent emptor.
Addrets J. HUTOHINGS,
52 tt . Kllaucj, Kauai.
THE Lura Kce Company will do n
general utall incicanule liiiEiness
at Kapaa, Islnnd of Kauai, and Con
Check is the ininnger of t-ald hiitiucs,
iiml has full authoilty to sIrii thullim
nume in all matters uppritainirjr to sitd
iiUBiuess LU.M KhrJ CO.
rpWO Iteoms, in 'Wilder & Co.'s "tone
JL Vt'niehuusc, opposite I.ikrlihe
XN November hut a "Diamond lling."
Howard given lo Hie Under ut tills
A "WOOLEN SHAWL" on King or
Kecaumoku ttrtet. A rewuril of
$5 will bn paid to any person lutuinlng
the mine to thu'ollleo ot
ft0 3t Morchant blrcot.
ROOflL TO JLET.
A NICELY funihhed tlecping-room,
SX. pleiibiuitly located wiu'iu a low
minutes walk of tho
rruIK iiiiilic is heioby notified that I
X lnvu told till my right, title uud
Intuii'H in tho cliuy business knuiwi ab
the "l'aclllo Tniiibfer Co." All hablli
ties and tfcseti. tp date aie iibsuuiud by
mi'. i;. u. buuujiak.
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 18S8.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Lifo Insuranco
Agonte, Gustom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Bocks and Accounts accurately kept and piopcrly adjusted.
Collections will iccc.io spiclal attention and returns promptly nindo.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched mid correct Absttacts of Titlo
Leiral Documents and Papers of every dacrlptlon carefully drawn and baud.
Copying and Translating In all languages 111 general me iw this Kingdom.
Real Eitate nought and sold. Tiises paid and Piopcrty sifsly inured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insuranco effected in first class Insurnuco Companies. .
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated al favorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited far Publishers.
Any Article purchased or Fold on most favorable terms'.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
EST All Business entrusted io our oaro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Having hnd an eMcnsivo busintst cxpciieuco for otcr iwcnty.flvc years Iu
New Yoik City and clsowhcre. wo feel competent to attend to all business of nn
iulricrtc and complicated nature, or requiring tact mid discretion, and respectfully
solicit all lil.
Hill Telephone No. 274. Xln.-wniln.ix BnsiiieHS Ajjcucy.
jau. 7-88 ly
Telephone lUtli Companies 240.
' LEWBS & CO-
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FHLSII GOODS from California on ICC. by each steamer of the O. S. S. Co.
- A COMPLETE LINE Of
CROSSE & BLACKVVELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUST HECEIVM) EX "ZHM.AKDIA"
A FINE LOT OF '-NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. ' Taranalci Butter,"
J (IN KEtfS.)
A11 of which we offer to the Public nt IJEASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats 1
i By each arrival fiom New Zealand SOMETHING PINE.
All persons are hereby foi bid.
den frtm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
., streets of this disti let, without,
the written order of IhcKoad
II. P. II EB BARD,
35 lm Kona, Oahu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
IN QANTITIE3 TO SUIT-
WILDER & CO.
IN BARRELS AHD HALF BARRELS I
Upon nirival of bark "LADY
For sale by
O. BREWER & CO.
BAGGAGE Expieas nnd Diaymau.
Stand on Kinjr, ne.ir coiner of
Fort slrret. Mutual Telephone fi(i3
All kinds of carling faithfully and
promptly nl tended to, Furniluie moved
and caiefully handled. If you want a
wagon oi dray, jou will find it to your
advantage to rinj; up Telephone M3.
DURING my ahsrnco from the King,
dmii Mr. J. It. Shaw will act for
me under full "power of attorney.
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 188. 4'J 2n
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not lc8s"$100 per month.
Long lease. For paiticulars upply at
this ollice. I 'i'i lm
ALL dobs due Wost, Dow fc Co. up
to December HI. 1887, not paid by
the 10th February, 188S, -will be placed
tu the hands of a Collector, us I he books
must lie clobid as soon as possible.
U. WHbT &-VO.,
SwcesBois to Wf bt, Dow & Cn.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, l'Sd. 40 lm
HOUSK nnd LOT, teims itnonable
lnquhoofT.W. Itavslins, lluwa-
iiun Sonp Works.
R YAK'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, lie-ur of Lucas- Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
t rooiiu, ho. 4 Caiduu hune, tho
becoud d( or fiom Union btreet. Apply
on the pi em lues. 111 if
IJMNEST BRANPS OF CALI
JL1 loiiuu l'oit, Mudeira uud Malugu,
lor bale lu kegx arid casi-b by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
01 , Queen blrcot."
JOB PRINTING ol U 11"1 exc
culeel at the Daily Bulletin Ouico
if t I I '
P. O. Hex 87.
1 It FORT.
o 5 g CZJ
c "2. fcZ)
O fi. - ,0)
3. B M
a ? o I o
I f B
? $ CO
(Lincoln Block, Kinr? Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a se'ect Dining Boom
whei e Poultiy, if desired, will be served
tluce times a day. This room lias Clenn.
Table Linen, Silver Plated Ware, New
China, civil and attentive waitern, nnd
the Table is supplied with every deli
tacy the Markets ufl'orn.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, (he General Restau
rant, is well bupplied with Cltau and
Suhbtauti.il 1'ocd ot many varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
40 4m O. AU HUE.
NEW CHOP H0U8L
The undersigned respectfully notify
the public, that they liae
i (NexJ above the Custom House)
' AS A
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their patrons are assured of re
ceiving nothing but what is
first class in load, cooking
1ST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED ""5
By strict attention to business and an
eainctt endeavor to please our patrons,
we toliclt your patronage.
HAItBHK &. McLKAN.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpilD StookholdeiB of O. Ilrewer &
JL Company, (L'd), will take notico
thnt the ntinual meoilng of the Com.
1 any will bo hold nt the ofllco on Queen
street, ou WEDNESDAY, February 1st,
next, ut 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. OAKTEIt, Sccrotury,
O, Brewer & Com puny.
Honolulu. Feb. 10, IS88 40 2w
CLEAN RAGS and second hund
uiothing will bo gratefully iccelv.
cd for the um of ihu iuufcites of the
Branch Hopitul for Lepers at Kukaako,
or ot ilia Leper Bettlment ou Molokni.
if left with J. T. Wnterhouse, jr.. at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
THE. PEOPLES PAPER-Tho
I JL Duily Bulletin 60 eta tier month.
For tho I'lnnd of Oahu.
Office s : Gov't Building, Honolulu.
Dell Tel. 172,
Mulunl Tel. OGO.
P.O. Box 409.
Firo Proof Stone Building,
42 Morchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Afflpricy forHaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting ut Ihi-imi with the Azoros
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
Merchandise Blored iind sold on com
mission. Consignments t-ollcltcd.
Propei this lcnseil, rented nnd sold.
Loirnl document drawn.
Boots audited nnd udjutccl.
Authorized eol lector, Sir. A. Aroroft.
THE Hemingtou Typewriter the
standard wriiiug mwehiue of tho
world. It prints 70 cluirncicis, or with
certain ccmhinntion bou'.80 i hcrccters,
with the npcrntiru of only 39 keys. Tho
machine is so Kimplo Unit nnvuie run
writo with it, und its manipulation U to
enily understood, that hut little pnio
tiee h required to enable the operator to
acquire facility in it3 use. The average
ppectl of the pen is from 1G to 20
words per minute, and the average speed
of the type writer U from 40 to 60 words
per minute. Time spent in writing;
irith the pen is at least two thirds
Orders for the above instrument may
be left with the undersigned at the of
flee of W. G. Irwin fc Co., and -will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign
ed is also prepared to glvo purchasers
full instructions as to the use of tho
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIFFARD,
Sole Agent for the Havraiisu Islands.
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January Oth,
HvirT Friday Evening; !
ForLtdieb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
J3a.ntl iw Atteudauce.
THOMAS E. VTAIjt.,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Tahiti Lemonado Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonado Depot,
28 it crcliant Street.
Ginger. Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
70 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppcs. 33
m ZEALAND OATS !
NEW ZEALAND OATS
Just received ex Mariposa, by
J. E, BROWN & Co.,
28 Merchant Street.
Taiiiti Lemonade Works,
OUSTOMEItS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or Cases, would
greatly oblige by eending word to tho
Depot. 28 Merchant street, and they will
ut onco bu called for.
Our Buttles nre nil crystal valve, and
the word "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOB1CH" blown Ihirron.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone 8C0.
4,1 tf J. E. HHOWN & CO.
ALL accounts due Mrf. A. M. MelllB
of tix months and over, will bo
placed in a Collector!) hands wllhout
further notice if not paid by ihe 10th,
lDBt. HUO. A. m. axziuitio,
17 Emma HreeU
Ji. BROWN & CO.,
. ' .Ak .i&Ukkfe&Ai'ui& $JktiilMJi &.,., .'.
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