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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Buult ol Culifoiiiti, fc. IT.
And their ntronts In
NElVYOtlK, GOS10N, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. HI. Itotlirlil1il & Son, London
The Commenclal lsank Co., of Sydney,
The Commcicinl Hank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Hank of New Zealand ; Auckland,
Christchurch, mid Welliniiton,
The Bank of UrltHi Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C., and t'ortland, Or.
Transact -!i Gcncml . -nklng Business.
nr,!i i -
PWBcil to ulthtr tui liitj.
But e3talllslied lor tie Lcuifit ol all.
WEDNESDAY, FEU. 1, 1888.
With this number the Daily 13ui.
i.uiik commences its seventh year of
publication. A very striking con
tiast between the issue of February
1, 1882, and that of February 1,
18S8 is observable. Then the paper
consisted of one page only and was
principally devoted to shipping
news, which was circulated gratui
tously among the merchants of the
town. Now it is a 4 page paper and
in its columns can be found the
latest foreign and local news. It
has been our endeavor to make the
local columns an attractive feature
of the paper in which all events
from day to day ate chronicled. It
has been our aim to produce as good
a paper in all respects as tho re
quirements and support of the cuni
inunity warranted. Believing that
our labors in the past have been ap
preciated, as evidenced by the
material increase in our subscriber'
and advertisers' list, which has made
it possible for us to increase our
paper to its present size, and that
we have the confidence of the pub
lic, we shall in the future as in the
past endeavor at all times to merit
that confidence, by adhering strictly
to the policy of right. We thank
our pations for their very liberal
and (substantial recognition of our
endeavors to make this the leading
paper of this city, and hope we shall
merit a continuance of the same.
HOW TO REACH OUR YOUNG MEN.
Editor Bullktik: In approach
ing and dealing with this serious
subject, the feeling of the writer is
to" some degree intimidated, because
it forces him, if he be in earnest, to
first, find the cause ot this social
disorder, and secondly, its remedy.
While seeking and finding the pri
mary reason, some one must be
blamed ; while endeavoring to point
out a remedy, it might be found ne
cessary to remodel our social con
duct. In both cases, the man who
dares to be honest enough to follow
this course according to truth and
his convictions, is placed in a most
delicate position, doubly so in our
town of Honolulu. Is there not a
strong tendarjey to be exasperated
at being discoveicd in cnors com
mitted, rather than thankful for
having them pointed out in our
If I, as one of the "black sheep"
should be successful and transmit
enough of my sable color to the coat
of one of the chosen flock of white
lambs, making it look just a silvery
giay, I will be amply repaid for
writing these lines. Somehow, the
popular belief, the firm conviction of
the majority of our young men is
that the house of worship is a lesort
of diversion, simply n place to visit,
because there is no other to go to on
a Sunday. Now this fahould not be.
Surely hero is a cause of di&sutisfae
tiou which requires an explanation.
It is certainly a pioof that religion
is made light of, perhaps even lidi
culcd by our young men. Is this
situation not biought about through
the hypocritical conduct of older
men which the young aro quick to
The icy cold dollars of our rcli-
gious rich, which aio yearly paid to
charitable institutions to maintain
not our youth, but to keep in sleek
and fat condition tho lean and
greedy bellies of loafing Janitors,
Secretaries and other hangers on,
are not enough to warm the cheerless
hearts of lonely young men, much
less to make them leave their sinful
ways and join the chooson, because
they aie well aware of this fact. Is not
our average young man well inform
ed daily, nay hourly, during the
week days, tin ough the conduct of
our licit, that there is no such thing
as brotherly, christianliko love be
tween him and the possessor of
wealth? How many of you influen
tial men invito the poor clerk or
other employees to your homes to
spend a Satin day evening? How
many of you delightin shaking the
soiled and horny hand of labor for
the sake of showing this man that
ho is as good as you in tho sight of
a God whoso religion you bring into
ridicule? How many of you, 1 beg
to inquire, have bethought yourj,
selves to ask the above questions of
your consciences for the sake of
saving some young man from a
drunkard's gnnc or a piison cell?
It requires more than maintaining
so called charitable institutions,
which do no earthly good, except
reflect on our lich a luster, which
by its illy disguised hypocrisy,
could be well compared to a dead
goldfish, that shines but stinks. It
i9 essential that our youth be, not
only told, but shown by acts of our
great men that their charity is of a
kind which gives the half or more if
need be, of that, which they need
themselves. The purse which gives
a pittance because it is overflowing,
and gives the trifle with the intent
to bring itself into commendable re
pute, and not to iclicve and cheer
the needy young man is the purse
of calvanistic dissimulation. Our
young man knows this ; knowing it
his uncontaminated nature revolts
at the very idea to join or be led by
men who prove that they live in a
puritanical prison through whoe
nairow grated windows the light of
God and tho sun of freedom never
Still the groat question of conyett-
nig the young man goes on ami is
agitated, while warmth of welcome,
the brotherly love, the very corner
stone of this commendable and vital
subject is buried alive and smother
ed to death by a shower of dolhus
which do no other good but main
tain useless institutions and the re
putation of Christianity among the
lich. Thus it happens that the
warm heart of the young man grows
chilly, his love turns to hatred and
disgust at seeing the foundation of
his cause covered up by cold uncha
ritable wealth which he does not
need, which most of them do not want.
Give us instead the warm hand of
welcome, the wholesouled grip of
true friendship, open your gilded
houses to us if only occasionally,
give us when we most need it fath
erly advice which many of us are in
want of, do all this, 'tis but little,
'tis very cheap, and though you
may stop preaching, though you
shut all your chaiitablc institutions
you will have all the young men
with you, and ready to do and die
for j'ou. This is your stait, take it
or forever cry in vain, "IIow will
we reach our young men!"
So much for the good that our
men can do, how much moic power
ful, how infinitely stronger and in
fluential aie the mothers and daugh
ters ot our little town in bringing
about this great and desirable event
of redeeming the young man from
his evil ways.
Althoujih Eve has been called a
coquette, because she fluted with
Satan, tho very fust time she went
out calling, and coming home got
Adam into a terrible scrape, for
which as our calivanistic bicthren
tell us, the whole world has and will
suffer for all time to come ; 3ct, I
say without an Eve, without women,
this world of ouis would look dreary
You brag of your converts made
in your churches, you boast of re
deeming drunkards at temperance
meetings, you loudly extol your
charitable institutions, but give me
for the conversion of outcasts, for
the redeeming ol our youths, not re
ligion, not tempciancc lectures at
oO cents a ticket, not churchfarea,
which by the wayaiorobbeiics com
mitted within the law and under the
cloak of piousness, but, I say, give
me a cheerful, happy, blessed home,
oer which presides a faithful wife,
a loving mother!
If vou find a young man, and
there are many such in our town,
who through some cause or another,
has drifted down our way, and has
cast his lot among us, pick him up,
invite him to such a home, remind
him thus of his own, and I stake my
existence, no matter how depraved
he is, that he will leave all places of
sinful amusement gladly for tho op
portunity of visiting such a home.
Why do you not give him the
I was told by a young man
not long ago that ho spent his Sun
days in bed. I inquired how he
could possibly sleep all day ; the
answer came, and 1 have been think
ing ever since: "I have no place to
goto! I play cards until daylight,
from Saturday night until Sunday
morning. I found this to be the
best way to spend my Sundays."
Hero is food for reflection, here is a
chance for noble women to add lus
tre to their nobility by inviting to
their home circle at least one young
man and "reach him."
lias it not proved a failure to
make converts, to both the blue lib
bon and religion by tho wholesale?
It is generally a motloy crowd
which comes to listen ; their natures
aie as diversified and many as their
numbers, still the same dose is
crammed down their throats. Some
take it indifferently, to others, it
proves a violent emetic, while a fow,
and very few, mo carried away by
tho impulse of tho moment and are
redeemed, to bo ready for 'the
same dose of redemption in a short
If our well-ineaning women and
accomplished daughters wish to bo
truly charitable, if they really mean
to reach and convert our young men,
let them not choose tho public plat
form, nor tho pulpit's nanow curve
for tho field of labor, but let them
choose the only successful plaoo'of
conversion, their own happy home,
which in itself has the great advan
tage of privacy, and about it a' halo
of love, which is bound to warm tho
chilled heart, is bound to soften the
most callous feelings of any young
man who is homeless.
In conclusion, I most humbly sub-
mil toour wealthy chiistian busi
ness men that my proposed plan is
the less expensive and tho most suc
cessful. Will you buy a share?
To the ladies who so zealously
work at our meetings, who spare no
pains nor patience in their noble work
and endeavor to be charitable, I
would say, adopt my plan, it is the
better ; it, will place you in a more
powerful position to obtain the ob
ject of your heaits. Besides, it will
keep you in the only place which
nature intended you to bless and
adorn by your icilned and angelic
presence, n place dearest and near
est to every heart, your happy
homes! 'Tis an auspicious lime
moreover. It is leap year. You
may do the asking. "Forget-me-not"
is the prayer of many young
men. John F. Smith.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levoy.
SALE OF LieOORS!
, February 4ih,
i AT 10
O'CLOCK a. m.
I will Rcll at Public Auction, ai
Salesrooms, a general uf-oit-muni
To elo-sp lousigniiicnU, eonsMiug of
Whiskc), Brandy, Gin,
Port and Sherry.
Cnraco, Samshu, Bitters.
Claret, Ale and fleer.
Cordials, and High Wipes.
I 71 VERY member of Mechanic Engine
li Co 2 is requested to lie piescnt at
the meeting THIS EVENING as Hie
auuual election of officers lnl:es pliee.
c. .i. McCarthy,
31 It Foi email.
ACCORDING to instructions from
the Chief Engineer of the IIouo
lulu Fiie Department llic members of
the File Police Jie hereby notified lo
lo ap'cmble at the Flic Department
Ile&dipmilcrs, on FRIDAY, Fcbruiry
tird, 1S-8, at 0:13 o'clock a. ir., for the
puipo.o of attending in a body the
Annual Pmaele ol the Department.
C.ipt. File Police of die 11. F. D.
LOST Oil STOLEN.
I71R011 M. Mclneniy'q light of-vray,
a fcinnll bo containing screwb, etc
A hiiitable rewind will hi gien on re
turning fame to E. B. Thomas office,
rorni'i' Queen and Alafcta htrec t. fltiH
ON Monday, Januaiy I'.Oth, a Email
dark brown mure, with short tail,
biundul " 1 B " on the left hip. Tl e
above rewind will be paid tu whoever
returns her lo the undi iigncd.
V,A -Si JOXA. AUSTIN.
Dissolution of Partnership,
rpHI. !,iw dim of hmitli & Kinney
I luu this chiy Lccu diatolved by
mutual consult. a
W. 0. SMITH,
. AV. A. MNNEY.
Honolulu. .Inn. HI, 16&8. 51 2t
Notice ol Election,
AT tho annual meetint; of C. Brewer
it Co. EM , hrld ihih day, the fol.
lowing named petsont. weio electidn
officer for the eiiMling jimi :
P. 0. .rones I'l .-Milcnt,
P. C. Jones II iiiuger,
.1. O. Cjuer -uctflaiy,
.1. U. Curler TionMiier,
"V. F. Allen Auditor,
Hon. C R. BMiop, Sum'l C AlleH and
Ion. 11. AValciUini'i' Dmclrrs,
J. O. CARTER. Souieti.iv.
O. Hi ewer &'(.
Honolulu. FfluiK.iy 1, 1888. 34 lm
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
fluxing improved fucililici-, 13 prepared
to fill orders at bhort notice.
Will Bland at tho Enterpilfc Ranch for
a limited nuiubci of marcs,
Apply lo J. A. Vngoon, gent. 42
Mfichniit stieet, or to Sllvano de No.
brlga, nt the Enterprise Hunch, head
of AVyllle bticct, Nuuunu Valley.
GOED Sleevo Rulton. A loward
will he eiven 10 anv person ic.
tiirnliii: tho Mime to Ho Fon, 'Chlntto
Ncwa" rcporU r. 63 It
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X admllso it in tho Daily liummN
Wines & Lfouors
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
j B UMI WI WJ
r ri i hiiki
At 3 o'clock iionn, nt mySilesroom,
Queen street, I will sell nt Public
Aueilon on a llbeinl credit lo the
trade, u large ivsoitment of
St. l'.'U'll, in Quarts and Pints,
Muller'a Deer In Quarts and Pints,
Poit. Sho-ry and Claiet,
Royal Ilatavia Gin,
Old Tom Gin,
Ktc , Etc.. Ktc.
ri"li!R-aXH jV'JC salk
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C4 td A u t iuiu-er.
WSSm SALE !
By order of W. C. Pul;c, assignee of
the eUtc of G n Cliong, bank
nipt, T will pell at Public
On SATURDAY, Feb. lib
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my'Silesrrofh, Queen ttrcet, the
entire block of said ctulc,
IVhito mid Erown Cottons,
White Flannels, White Lawns,
Woolen blutrls, Table Coveis,
Roots aud Shoes,
Oac lion B.ifc,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
54 til Auctioneer.
Valuable City Properly!
By order of A. J. Cartwrit;ht, Eq,,
will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen stieet,
On SATURDAY, February 4th,
At 10 o'clock noon,
THE PREMISES KNOWN AS
" THE HAUSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on the r:i-t coiner of Reretnnia
and Cndcn stieits. ilmim; a frontage
on Ueiitiinia ttri ct rf 71 It. !5 in., and a
fniiit.iKC on Gaiden stieLtof i30 It , and
containing 820 lalhoms and !'2 feet.
THERE IS A
Large Dwelling Houses,
1 Cottage and out-Houses
on Tin: riiKMisEs.
Premises were formerly occupied
by Captain IJabcoek.
For further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
4S td Auctioneer.
Honolulu Fire Department !
Thii fcveral Cqnipai lee of tho Depml.
ment aro requested o nseetnblo ui tho
,8quiue opposite tlio Hull ot Mcclmuie
Engine Co. No. 2, at 0:80 o'clock on
the morning Of
FRIDAY, February 3, 1888.
-IN FULL UNIFOKM-
"With their sevual appawilus for tho
purpose of taking pint In
the Annual I'm nil .
Companies aro to form la line fiom tho
Squiue on to Hotel and Foil Flrcels, the
pioeebtion moving along Fort to Ren:
tanl.i street; thenco along Ikrotnnia to
Tdaunakea stieet, doun Mmintikea to
King Biicet, along King to Nuuunu
Bticct, down Nuuunu to "Queen btrtet,
along Queen lo Fort blrect, up Port to
KlngBliect, along King to l'linchbnwl
btreet, up Punchbowl to Jleretanla btreet,
along Reictimla to Foil ulred, up Fori
to School btreet, along School to Nuuunu
Mrcct, down Nuuauu U King btreet,
along King to Fort stieet, up Fort to
Hotel sheet nml back to point of
XA full attendance desIroa-XBa
68 td Bcaetary JJ. F, D,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS A&ENCY,
Ho. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Roal Estate, Firo &. Life Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokers.'
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kepi and properly adjusted.
Collections will lrcelvc spic'al attention and returns promptly undo.
Convoyiuicirsij a Specialty. Keootels coarchcl and correct Abstiacti of Title
Lctjal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
snmel) cngrrs ed.
Copying and Translating In all languages in general uic lie this Kingdom.
Real Estato bought and old. Tnxe9 paid and Pioporty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance eUected in first clns Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Businces transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans ncnotiatcd at favorable rales.
Advcitisements and Subscriptions 'olioltedfor Publisher?.
Any Article puichnsod or told on most favoiable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
All Business entrusted to our oaro will receives prompt and faithful attention at
Haln(j had an oxtcnsivo biuln"ss expcihucn for over twcnly.llvc years in
New Yoik City nml elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
inliioilc and complicated nature, or requiring li ot and disci Ulon, and lcpectfully
solicit a til il.
Rill Telephone No. 274. Xlrvwaiiitm UiihLiicss Ajyoney.
.Inn. 7-88 1 v
Telophonc Doth Companies 040. '". O. Box 207.
LEWBS & CO 11 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS 1H GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
PR) SH GOODS from California on K E. by each steamer of the O. S. 8. Co.
A COMI'IiKTJJ uxu or - -
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
ji'st nr.cr.ivju kx 'v.kamhiha"
A FINE LOT OK "NEW ZEALAND," "KI0NCY" AND "BLUE DEHWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of rrl. Z. lk Taranaki Butter,"
' (IN REUS.)
All of which v:c oiler to tho Public at REASuNABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By each ariival from New Zoiland SOMETHING FIND.
All pci'ions arc hereby forbid,
den ficm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this distiiQt, without
the written order of the Road
H. F. HEBBARD,
35 lm Kona, Oaliu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
---IN QANT1TIES TO SUIT
WILDER, & CO.
BAGGAGE F.xp'css and Drayman.
Suntl on Kif'g, r.cSr corner of
Foit blieet. Mutual TciVphonc 5G5.
All kinds of ri.rling faithfully and
preinplly a'tended lo. Furiiituio movcet
and caielullj hamlhd. If jouvantu
wagon oi dray, jou will Had it lo your
advantage to ling up Telephone G03.
DURING my absence from the King
elom Mr. J. R. bhaw will net for
me undei full power of nlterney.
S. I. SHAW."
Honolulu, .lau.-gl, 183a. -l!) 3w
BY a young man Munition as clerk,
etc. Good refeieuces. Two years
in pic-ent emplcjy.
Aeidiets J. HUTOHINGS,
C2 1w Kllauea, Kauai.
ALL debts due West, Dow & Co. up
lo December 31. 1K87, not piid by
Ihc 10th Febiuaij, 18SS, will he placed
In Iho hands of a Collector, as ihe books
must bo closed as soon as possible.
(. WEST & CO..
Succcssoia lo West, Dow & 0
Honolulu, Jan. 20, l-M. ' 4'J lm
PIANO TUNING. -
JF you want your piano robufl'eil, re
fllltel or tuned by a res-ielcni tuner,
h'ave your orders at G. Wtft & Co.V
Music Stoie, 105 Fort btreet. Satisfnc.
Hon guaranteed. C3 !iw
JAPANESE Silkworms retired hero
urn placed for public inspection at
No. 100 Nuunu Avenue, near tho llrbt
hi idee. fi3 lw
A GENTLEMAN can get a well
furnibhod . loom (if (ieMrcd with
board.) Loeaiion about 10 ininulcb'
walk from Post-olllce. Please applv nt
the olllcc of the Bum.i.tIn. tj2 tf
llOOIM TO tiET.
A NICELY furuibhed clecping-room,
pleusantly located wlibin a fow
minutes walk of the business center.
Aildrcfs, Ruixl'jjn. 48 tf
rpVO Rooms, in Wilder & Co.'b Slono
X Waiehoie, opposite LlkUko
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
JN November lifft a "Diamond Ring."
Rewind given to the Under ul this
olue, fiO lw
JOB PRINTING oi all kindi exc
culed.ut tho Dajly'Bullltin Offlco
(Lincoln Block, Kinp Street.)
UPSTAIRS lb a select Dining Room
wheio Poultiy, if desired, will be served
three limes a day. This room has Clean
Tallin Linen, Silver Plated Waie, New
China, civil and altentivo wniterp, and
tho Table is supplied with every deli,
cacy tlieMmkets aflord.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
''DOWNSTAIRS, Hie General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Clean aud
Subatanllil Focd ol many vaiieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
4G4m LAM HBB.
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The 'undeitigned lespectfully notify
the public, that they hae
(Neit above the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their patrons arc asbured of re.
ceiving nothing hut what is
first class in tood, cooking
EST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED "eB
Uy strict attention to businesb and an
earnest endeavor to please our patrons,
wo bollcit your patronage.
HAltlllUt & McjLEAN.
TAN'S BOAT BUDLDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas.' Mill,
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, iNo. 4 tiaidcu Lane, the
second eioor from Union utreel. Apply
on thoproinlnes. l otf
l?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' loruia I'oi t, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale lu kegs and cates by
GONSALVEfa & CO.,
ll Queen street.
pLEAN RAGS anil second hand
J clothing will ho ginlejully iccelv.
ed for tho use of iho lniimtes of Ihe
Hrunch Hospital for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at the Liner Bettlmeut ou Molokai,
if left Wm. T. Wuterhouse, jr., at tho
Queen Blieet Sloie. t&f tf
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
J. Daily Dullelia 00 cU per month.
Roll Tel. llii. .Mutual Tel. 1300.
P. O. Rox 400
g Hal W&BM UU tV W MWRI
Firo Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for H.iw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting nt Rolon with the Aorcs
Tluough tlckotRgi anted from Honolulu
Mcichandlsc stored and sold on com
misilon. Consignments solicited.
I'ropi'ilh" least"', r'tteel and sold.
Leal doc mciit-driuu
Books audited and ueljuMcd.
Act minis reillectul.
A'ithorl7ed eollcctor, Mr. A. Moroft.
THE Remington Typewriter is the
Hlaiitlniel willing muchine of the
world. It prill's 70 c' hi.iciij b, or with
ccriiiiu crmbiiuitloii i bout 80 li meters,
with the opernth n of only 3i) keys. The
machine is so simple tint any ono can
write wi h it, and its manipulation Is so
easily understood, that hut little prnc
tice li leetuiicd to enable tin- operator to
acquire" facility in its use. Th nveiage
f-peed of the pen is fr m 15 to 20
words per minute, and lheavei.igesp ed
eif ihe type writer is fiom -10 I" VT imh
per miuute. Time spent i wilting
with the pen is nt least two iMids
Orders for the nl ove ntiuinent may
be left with iho undesigned at the of
lice of V. G. Iiwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
full hibtiuctions as to the use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIFFARD,
So'c Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January 0th,
BrafT Ftiir BraiiiE !
For Ladicb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will bo kept
perfectly belect for Indies & gentlemen.
JLSuuil iu. Atlcndnnce.
TII03VXA.13 12. AVA.lL.t,,
1001 Proririelor. lyr
Tahiti Lemonado Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Strcot.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Mtrchaut Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchaut Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Ordcr-i promptly ntlcndcd to.
7G cents per dozeu, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchaut Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
1W MAM OATS!"
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ex Mniiposa, by
J. E, BROWN & Co.,
28 Mcicliant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Works.
OUSTOMEItS who have on hand, any
of our Eottles or Cases, ould
greatly obligo by sending word lo tho
Depot. 28 Mcrchunt street, and thoy will
at oncu bo called for.
Our lie ttlcs are all crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOIlKfi" blown thereon.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone SCO.
45 tf .1. E. I1HOWN & CO.
ALL accounts due Mrc, A. M, Mcllia
of tlx months and over, will ho
placed in a Collectors bauds without
further notice if not paid by the lBlh,
tobt. . MIIB. A. M. MELLIS,
ai2w 17 Emma tireet,
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not lc3s $100 por month.
Long leate, For paitlculars apply at
this ofllce. S'i lm
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