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All persons having, or who may
hereafter have claims against the
Interior Department, are requested
to present the same tor approval and
payments not later than the end of
the month in win h the indebted
ness is inclined.
LOltltlN A. T11UKSTON,
51 3t Minister of the Interior.
Sealed tenders will he received at
the Interior Oillco until 12 o'clock
noon, on WEDNESDAY, February
1, 1888, for the constiucliou of a
Stone Light House at Jt.trhcr'g Point.
Also, scaled tenders will bo lecoivetl
at the above named time and place
for the construction of a dwelling
house for the Light House Keeper,
at Barber's Point.
Plans and specifications for the
above tenders can be seen at the
otlice of the Supciintcndent of Public
The bids to be separate and each
one cndoiscd accouling to the tender.
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
L. A. THUltSTON,
Minister of the lnteiior.
Interior Office, Jan. 27, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honululu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JSivulc ol Calilbraiu, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ciirlstcliurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. G, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
ritdged to neither Beet tor Fart;,
list established lor the benefit oi all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 1888.
THEORY VS. REASONING.
A man with a theory only, is not
going to do very effective work in
the unravelling of mysteries. He is
especially out of place if that be his
regular business in connection with
the administration of justice. A
detective or one detailed to do de
tective work should have no theory,
as it has a tendency to .warp and
bend the facts that upon investiga
tion might furnish a clue for the so
lution of the mystery. Nearly all men
who have won distinction by detec
tive work, have done so because
they followed a scientific and reason
ing method for the elucidation of
the mysterious, and did not allow
themselves to be handicapped with
theories. True, others at times have
been successful, but their success
can only be attributed to luck, for
as a rule the man who only employs
theory to help him solve a mystery,
finds himself in a hole from which
the only possible chance of being
extricated is by changing his mode
of investigation. This theoretical
system of investigation has been the
cause of failure in many instances,
in bringing the criminal to justice,
whereas effective work would have
been done had theories been aban
doned and the whole power of the
detcctiyo been employed in gather
ing up tho facts; after which a
theory could bo formulated that
might, if cairied out, result suc
cessfully. No fact, no matter how
trivial or apparently inapplicable
should be overlooked whilo prepar
ing a case of this sort. This is not
a question of the activity or earnest
ness on tho part of the police, as
there can be hardly any question on
that point. Their duties are tedi
ous; and in many cases while prose
cuting an investigation they are
misdirected but this may accident
ally lead to good results for occa
sionally they stumble onto a
gleam that will light up the crime at
some point, though not sufficiently
strong to leveal tho whole, but it
jnust not be relied upon for tangiblo
and certain results ; whereas an in
ductive course can be, and the
twists and turns that seem to bnillo
tho best efforts will eventually lead
to a straight road with the object
nought for within grasp.
THE DIME GRAZE.
"I know you will refuso to believe
me, now, when I tell you that I have
saved in bix months nearly $100.
It's n solemn fact, though, and by
Christmas I think I shall havo saved
S160. My salary is S2500..1 year,
and has been ior two yenrs past, and
I nm really ashamorl to erfy that
never until I adoptod this dime
saving method haVo J saved any
money. My wife and I arc delighted
with it, and I think I see my way to
saving $1000 naxt yenr. I have
determined to buy ti house and lot
with dimes, and to become a whole
some example to my boy, if I should
live until ho becomes n young man,
and am confident that I shall never
cease adjuring him to save his
"Now," said the gentleman's
wife, "you need not think that he is
the only member of the firm that
docs any dime-saving. If you knew
what a walker 1 had become tlnough
my unwillingness to part with a
dime, you would open your eyes in
wonder. Often and often 1 have
walked home from Fourth street be
cause of having no other money
than dimes. 1 have saved neatly
all my church money. 1 never buy
u fashion paper, and as for candy I
get it by the box or not at all.' I
have saved at the market, in shops
and at the stores. 1 never spend a
dime, and havo gone without many
things and taken a positive pleasure
in the sacrifice."
"Several of the boys started in
with me," said a young gentleman
who fell to talking with the repoiter
about the dime habit, and I don't
suppose any of us intended to keep
the thing up, or to do anything more
than try it on for a day or two, jtibt
for the fun of the thing. The prac
tice of self-denial is a mighty enjoy
able thing, though, if you can see
yourself prospering nt so much a
denial. 1 never cared much for
money, but this clime business has
made a regular miser out of me. Hut
1 was going to tell j'ou about bow I
profited by it.
"When I adopted the practice I
had four silver dollars in my pocket,
a half-dollar, a quarter, a dime and
a nickel. The dime I took out of
my trousers' pocket and put into a
vest pocket. The nickel I paid for
Btrcet car fare, the quaiter I handed
to a newsboy on the car for a paper.
The boy icturned me two dimes,
which went into my vest pocket. The
half dollar I handed at noonto the
cashier at the restaurant where I
took a thiity-ecnt lunch, and I re
ceived two dimes in change. Fifty
cents put away. I should have
bought a cigar ordinarily, but I was
fifty cents behind, and felt I had to
save to make my money hold out for
necessaries. In the evening I
handed one of the dollars to the
conductor in the car going home,
and may I be hung if he didn't re
turn me eight dimes and three
nickels in change.
I would not have believe the thing
possible if it had not happened as it
did, and as it was it nearly paralyzed
me. I put the 80 cents away with
the 50, and instead of going down
town that evening as I intended, I
stayed at home and talked with the
old lady. I had better luck next
day, for 1 spent one of the nicklcs
for car fare in the morning, took a
10-cent lunch with the other two,
and walked home that evening.
That evening I again stayed in the
house. Well, by good management
I made that money last me as long
as it would have done if I had not
acquired the dime habit, and found
myself 2.20 ahead on the 5 or
nearly $5 I started with. The pio
portion in other allowances has not
been so great, but it has still been
so large that I found myself away
ahead on the month.
"When wo all came to reckon up,
we discovered that we had saved
enough money to pay all the small
debts we had out. I have kept the
practice up, although the others, I
believe, have abandoned it. 1 find
myself not only better off in purse
as a result of it, but in habits as
well, and in the estimation of tho
old folks, who have taken a renewed
interest in me since I began saving
Many experiences similar to those
related above were told, but none
exceeded in interest the following,
which was given by a young lady as
happening to two young people sho
knew. They were a young- couple
who were very much in love :
"Her father was very much op
posed to the idea or tneir mairy-
ing," said the reporter's
foimant, "declaring that
too young, and that he was nothing
but a clerk, who might never be any
thing better. One night the gentle
man took the lady to the Exposition.
After the turning down of tho lights
the3' boarded a cable car. She lives
oi Vandevcntcr avenue. When the
conductor came around to the young
man the latter felt in his pockets,
blushed crimson, and then, turning
to the lady, asked her if sho had
any change in her puiee. She re
plied that she had forgotten to take
her purse. He asked the conductor
to stop the car, and smilingly re
quested his love to step out with
him. Tho conductor looked sur
prised, and let them off, as they
were not mote than a block and a
half from tho Exposition building.
No sooner were they in the street
than the gentleman offered tin ex
planation and an apology. He told
his companion that he never spent
a dime and that much to his sur
prise he found when asked for his
fare by tho conductor that ho had
nothing in his pocket but dimes.
Rather than break his resolution not
to part with a single dime under any
circuin9ttnccs he took the liberty of
requesting the lady to lend him some
change, and when she had none to
ask her to walk homo. They wcro
both very much moro willing to walk
than to ride, I fancy, and enjoyed
that long stretch to utmost. But it
was very late when the young lady
was admitted to her home, and she
found her parents awaiting her, both
a little bit alarmed at her long
"After the departure of her com
panion the lady explained his mishap
and did it so nicely and with so
much praise of her hcio that her
father changed his opinion of him nt
once. He said that a young fellow
who would save money nt that price
would get along in life without a
guardian, and lie determined to do
all in lusjiower to show friendship
for him. The young people are en
gaged, of course, and the young
man stands better with his proposed
pater-fainilins than any ono in the
All of which goes to bhow that it
is a good thing to save your ditnc9.
It will cost you u good many sacri
fices, but stick to the resolution to
part not with the little silver ten
cent pieces and you will find your
self ahead in every respect. Begin
now and see how much you will be
able to present yourself with on
Christinas' day. Ex.
"A WORD TO THE WISE." ETC.
A New York street-car conductor
of an observing disposition thus
moralizes on tho way in which the
fair sex make his life a thing of
weariness: "Some women are so
peculiar in getting off cars; they
are worse at getting off than getting
on. Now, you won't find one man
in five bundled who will get off a
car holding to the hind rail. He
will lake hold of the one next the
car. But every little while j'ou see
a woman get off who will 'freeze' to
the hind rail and cling to it for life.
I don't daie start the car until she
has let go, for in order to get off
that way she has to face backward,
and if the car started before she let
go, she would be jerked backward
on her head. The piopcr way to
step off a car is in the direction it is
going. But a great many women
take hold of the wrong rail and face
the wrong way, as they have to
then, and increase ten-fold their
chances of getting upset. You can
get off a car moving rapidly with
case, if you have hold of the right
Tail and step in the direction the car
is going. But women are peculiar
in more ways than one. Perhaps
it's because they don't have experi
ence." A BURGLAR IN DREADFUL DANGER.
First old maid Sarah 1 Sarah 1
Second old maid "What do you
First old maid There's a burglar
in the house!
Second old maid Tell him if he
ain't already married I'll take him.
Young lady (in bookstore) Have
you photographs of Mrs. Cleveland?
Yes ma'am, twenty-five cents.
Young lad- That seems very
cheap. I will take one, ,if you
Clerk Will j'ou have ono of the
President also? Only ten cents.
Young ladj- Ten cents! Isn't
that very dear?
Tramp (to a woman at the door)
"Will you please gimme a bite,
ma'am ! Woman (closing the door)
No, git out ; I'm no dog.
A day of reckoning will come for
every rich man. On that daj' of the
month he figures up the inteicst due
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
SATURDAY, February 4th,
- AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. ,
will kc)1 at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, a gcnernl utturt
To close conbigninonts, onel-tlng of
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin,
Port anil Sherry,
Curaco, Samsliti, Dillon,
Claret, Alt) and Beer,
Cordials, and lllsh Wines.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
oil 4t Auctioneer.
" 33 Xa XJ O I-JL 333 JEl ,"
Will stand at tho Enterprise Hauch for
a limited number of marcs.
Apply to J. A. Magnou, agent, -12
Meichant timet, or to Sllvnno do No.
brlgn, at tlio ISnterprlso Ranch, head
of Wyllie street, Nuuanu Valley.
GOLD Sleeve Button A reward
will bo clven to auy person re.
turning tho same to Ho Fou, "Chineso
Nuwb" leporler. 03 It
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertlbe it in the .Daily Bdllkxim
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
, op -
Valuable City Property
By order of A. .T. Cartwrlght, Esq,, I
will sell at Public Auctlon.nl my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, February 4th,
At 13 o'clock noon,
THE PHEMISES KNOWN AS
" THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on lhi co't corner of licretauta
iiiul O.iidcu btictts. liming a frontage
on lieu tan in striet ot 71 ft. 3 In., unit n
frontage on Garden direct of 180 ft , and
containing 320 fathoms and 32 fctt.
THERE IS A
Largo Dwelling Housos,
1 Cottage and out-Houses
ON Till! TOKMISKS.
Premises wcro formerly occupied
by Captain Uabcock.
For further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The several Companies of the Depart
ment aio lcqucsttd to asscmbli: ui the
Square eppcsltc the Hull oE Mccliauio
Engine Co. No. 2, at 9:20 o'clock on
the morning of
FRIDAY, February 3, 1888.
-IN FULL UNIFORSI-
"With their several apparatus for tho
purpose of taking part in
the Annual Parade.
Companies arc to form in lino frem tho
Hquiiu on to Hotel anil Fort Ftieet, the
procession moving along -Fori to Beie
tnnii street; thence along Hcrclnnia to
Maunake.i street, down Mmrjoken. to
King street, along Kinji to Nuuanu
street, down Nuuanu to "Queen street,
along Queen to Fort street, up Fort lo
King street, along King to Punchbowl
street, up Punchbowl to ISerctunia street,
along Bsretnnia to Foit Mreet, up Fort
to School sticet, along School to Nuuanu
sircct, down .Nuuanu te King Micet,
along King to Fort slicet, up Foit to
Hotel stieet and back to point of
BfiyA full attendance dcsireilBa
1)3 td t-ecietary H. F. D.
Estate of WILLIAM TURNER, Deceased.
WIFLIAM TUKNER, a natuiulized
cit yen of Hie United Stale", of
English birih, died in tho city of Hono
lulu on the '27lli nho. As lie died in
testate, le.iving no uulhoiiir (or tho set
tlement of his rM.ite. IhiiYe Ukcn charge
of the same, and will udmlnifater upon
it. Persons having claims ngaintt the
estate will present them nt the U. S.
Consulate within thirty d iys lrom this
dale, and lersois knowing themsehe
to be indebted arc requested to make
settlement by tint dale.
J. II. rUTJNA.M,
01 31oaw U. S CoiiBiil.Qeneial.
JAPANE-U Silkworms reared here
are placed fur public inspection at
No. 100 Nuuanu Avenue, near tin 11 1 si
bridge. fi3 1v
IF you want your piano leliuQed, re
litted or tuned by a letident tuner,
leave your orders at G. West & Co.V
Music Sti.re, ICi Fort street. Hmlslno.
tlon guaranteed. 5;i aw
A GENTLEMAN can act a wi-lh
fnrnlhhed loom (if rTfircd with
board.) Locution about 10 minutes'
walk lrom Poit oillco. l'leiiso apply nt
thu olllcii of the hDi.i.K'ils. 02 tf
THE Lum Keo Company will do a
general retail mercantile business
lit Kupau, Island of Kauai, and Con
Olieolc Is tho manngcr of tuid Imtlnus,
and hai full nuihoiily to ni-n the ilrm
name in all matters uppeilaliiii'i; to gild
busiuess 1-UM KEii CO.
rpvO Rooms, in Wilder & Co.'h Stono
X Warehouse, oppoMlo Likrliko
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
IN November la-t a "Diamond lilng."
Kewnrd given to tho finder ut this
"WOOLEN SHAWL" on King or
Kecauniokn etieet. A iinvaiitof
$5 will be paid to nny persouTotuiuing
the same to tho oillco of
Coat Meichiuit mriet.
ROOM TO JL.ET.
A NICELY furnUhed cleeplng-room,
pleusautly located within u fow
minutes walk of tho biislncm center.
Addrotb, IIullltin. 45 tf
Ilouoluln Fire Department 1
t j j. j .... vj. W- 1i- T, i -"te't.r W 'YOTBEBt: , W J . i -- - IhjL ' ti I ". "iVHT . "3"! ,.-'
MmiM&wmmmm, "'T-rfr rfr "-v- urrmmi nimmm'
Mwniu,! mi i)wmwirw injnMywmw mnmm
HAWAlfl&M" BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 00 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Accotinlnnls and Collectors, Real Eslato, Firo & Lifo Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Hou6o, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and AccounU accurately kept nntl properly adjusted,
Collections will lrccSvo sptolol attention and returns promptly made
Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched and correct Abstracts of Titlo
Eetjal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copyinrj rind Translating in all languages in general uie in this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Taxi paid and Pioperly safely inturcd.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased Rnd rental, and routs collected.
Firo and Life Insurance effected in first chus Insuranoo Companies,
Custom-Houso BusinesG transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or wld on moat favorable terras.
Inter-Island Ordera will recelvo particular attention. ,
XST All Business sntruslcd lo our oarc will recolvo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive business cxpcrlmcc for oer twctity.flvo ycais hi
Now York City and clsawhcrc. wo feel competeut to attend to all business of an
Intricate and complicated nature, or requiring luct and discrettoj, ami rouicotfully
Bill Telephone No. 274. XXii-wnlinu Business Ajjoncy.
jan. 7.H8 ly
Telephone Both Companies 240. P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO 1 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS:
FRESH GOODS from Californiu.on ICE, by finch stcmier of the O. S. 8. Co.
A COMl'MiTK LINK or '
CROSSE &. BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
Jl'ST ltUCKlVJSD KX "7.KAI.VNDIA"
A FINE LOT OF "REW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DEIUVENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of W. Z. ' Taranaki Butter,"
1 (IN KEUS.)
All of which xq offer to the Public at KEASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, .In 1 Pouutl Pats !
By each anival from New Zealand SOMETHING KING.
All persons arc hereby forbid
den fri m excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this district, without
the written order of the Road
II. F. HEBBARD,
35 lm ICona, Oahu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
-IN QANT1TIES TO SUIT
WILDER & CO.
IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS I
Upon arrival of bark "LADY
For sale by
C. BREWER & CO.
BAGGAGE Express nnd Draymnn.
Stand on King, near couur of
Fort stieet. Mutual Telephone 505
All kinds of carting faithfully and
promptly uttended to. Furniture movid
and carefully handled. If you want a
Viagonoi dray, jou will And it to your
advantage to ring up Telephone, "fiti5.
DURING my absence from the King
dom Mr. J. It. bhaw will act for
me under full power of oltorney.
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1888. -19 2v
ilia young man
situation as clerk.
Good references. Two years
in present employ.
Address 'J. I1UTCIIINGS,
52 lw Kilauea, Kuuai.
ALL debts due West, Dow & Co. up
to December 81, 1887, not paid by
iho 10th February, 1889, will be placed
In the hands of a Collector, as the books
muBt bo closed as soon as possible.
O. WEbT & CO.,
Successors lo Wist, Dow & Co.
Honolulu, Jim, 2G, l"8j. 40 lm
HOUSE nnd LOT. terms reasonable
Inquire of T. W. Itunllns, Hawa.
iiati Soap Works
EYAN'S BOAT BUDLDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, Mo. 4 Uaideu Lane, tho
fcccond door fiom Union utiect. Apply
on tlutpiomiaes. 1 Otf
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forum Poit, Maileiiu aud Malagu,
for sine in kegs and cafes by
GONSALVEtf & CO.,
01 Queen street.
JOB PRINTING of all kiudt cxc.
culcdat tho Daily Buixxtih OfUca
Sb BS2 Bwfca tea av a H
SALTED SALMON !
fi as li
V B l CD
C era t"
M O t -
g & B.JC2
S 2 " CD
r o g o
a " It
(Lincoln Block, Kin(r Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a select Dining Room
where Poultry, if desired, will be served
thrre times a day. This room has Clean
Tablo Linen, Silver Plated Ware, New
China, civil and attentive waiters-, and
the Table is supplied with every deli,
racy the Markets aiTord.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, (he General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Clean and
Substantial Food ot many varieties.
;Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking- a Specialty.
C. AIL HEE.
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The undersigned respectfully notify
the public, that they havo
(Next abovo the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their pationi are assured of re.
ceiving nothing but what is
first class In lood, cooking
IW NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED J
By strict attention to business aud an
earnest endeavor to plentc our patrons,
we solicit your patronage.
BAKltmt & McI,EAN.
Notice of Annual Meeting,
rpHK Stockholileu of O. Brewer &
X Company, (L'd), will take notion
that the annual meeting of tho Com
pany wHl ho held at the ofllco on Queen
stieet, on WEDNESDAY, February 1st,
next, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. CARTER, Secretary,
O. Urtwer & Company.
Honolulu, Fob. 10. 1888. 40 2w
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccelv.
ed for the ubo of tho intimites of tho
Branch Hospiial for Lepers at Kakaako,
or at the Leper Htttlmcnt on Molokal,
If left with J. T, Waterhouse, jr.. at the
Queen Sireet Store. ufcf tf
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Dally Uulletln 60 cts per month.
Boll Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 800.
J. E. BROWN ft CO.,
Fire Pi oof Slono Ilulldlng,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Ilaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Hallway
Connecting at Boston with tho Azores
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments bollcltcd.
Properties leaset', rented nnd sold.
Local diKMimenM drawn.
Books audited and HtljuMud.
Ae ounis collided,
Aiilhorizi'd collector, Mr. A. Morofl.
THE Remington Typewriter is the
standard wtiiiug inucliltu: of tho
world. It prints 70 ciiiuiicto s, or with
certain combination iibout80 i ln.racters,
M ilh the operation of only 30 Tcys. The
machine is so himplc that any ono can
write wl'h it, and its manipulation is so
easily understood, that bin little pnic
tico U icquhcd to enable the operator to
acquire facility in its ubo. Tin average
speed, of the pen Is fr in lfi to s!0
words per minute, andlhenverfipi spied
of the type writer i fiom 40 to 0 ntds
per minute. Time spent in writing
with tho pen is at least iwo ihiids
Orders for the al ove 'n'trument may
lie left -with i ho undesigned at the of
lice of W. G. Irwin & Co ,. and will re
ceivo prompt attention. The undirsign.
cd is ulso prepared to give purchasers
full Instructions as to tho use of the
For fur her particulars apply t.
W. M. GIFFARD,
So'c Agent for tho Hawaiian Minds.
SS1 K-IIf KS
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing Januory 0th,
Every Friday Bnniie !
For Ldicb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kopt
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
XSuntl in Attendance,
THOMAS IS. WAJLL,
1601 Proprietor. lyr
Tahiti Lemonade Depot, '
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters
Tahiti Lemonade Depot;
23 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & .Cream Soda,
Ordtri promptly attended to.
7G cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Echweppcs. 38
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ex Mariposa, by
J. E. BROWN & CO.
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Work
CUSTOMERS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or Cases, would
greatly oblige by sending word to tho
Depot. 28 Merchant street, end they will
at once ho called for.
Our Bottles aro nil crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WORKS" blown thereon.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone SCO.
45 tf J. E. I1BOWN & CO.
ALL accounts due 3Irc A. M. Mellls
of fix months and over, will be
placed in a Collectors hands without
further notice if not paid by the lBth,
inbt. MBB. A. M. MELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emma street.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $ 100 per month.
Long lciise. For paitlculars nnply at