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BISHOP & Co., DANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnnde.
Draw Exchango on the
I3anlc oi CuliJ'oruhi, fe?. IT.
And Ihclr agents In -
NEW YOnK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Bothschlld & Son, London
Tho Commercial Dnnk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of (Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch' and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gencrei ''Junking Business.
T Jl J3
Plowed to neither Sect ror Party,
Bnt eiUbllsbcd lor tho heniEt cl nil.
SATURDAY, FEU. 4, 1888.
COMMITTED AN ERROR.
At tho banquet of Knginc Com
pany No. 1, yesterday afternoon,
one of the speakers is reported to
have said, "the newspapers have nl
ways'becn against us, for if at any
time we do any good work at a fire
the paper gives n no credit for it.
but if we make a mistake then they
go for tho department tooth and
nail." If the speecli is correctly
repotted, the speaker committed an
error. The fact of the newspapers
having at differcnut times criticised
matters in connection with the fne
dcpai Uncut should not be construed
into enmity. Then to say that the
papers give no credit for good woik
done by the department at a lire,
does not comport with the record.
Speaking for ourselves, we would
refer to our back files, in which
numerous instances will be found of
credit given to the fire department
for its doings. In fact, we always
have been and still are ready to do
what we can to help along the de
OUR FIRE BRIGADE.
Any reflective man who saw the
firemen's parade yesterday must
acknowledge that Honolulu has an
exceptionally fine and well equipped
volunteer fire brigade. The parade I
did not, by a long way, represent
the full force of the different com
panies. Various causes, particu
larly being unable to leave their
regular avocations, prevented the
attendance of many members. But
there was a sufficiently large body
in the procession to show that the
brigade is strong in numbers as well
as complete in its equipments. Four
steam engines, a wagon load of hook
and ladder apparatus, and one hose
reel with an interminable winding
of hose attached, were in the pio
cession. It should be remembered
that the entire brigade, from the
chief engineer down, is purely
voluntary and serves without pay.
This fact places the community
under great obligation to the men
who, on such terms, hold themselves
in readiness at any hour of the day
or night to extinguish a fire wher
ever it happens. The past lecord of
the department is fraught with many
and valuable public sen ices, and we
are quite sure that whenever occa
sion may occur in the future the
record with be repeated. With the
recently increased water supply, the
fine body of men, the engines, and
the apparatus which appeared on the
streets yesterday inay be relied upon
to make short work of any blaze that
may unfortunately break out.
HOW HOOoTrEAGI .YOUNG
Editok Bulletin: While bo
much has been said on the matter of
"How to reach young men" permit
- mo to say a few words on "How
not to reach young men."
I have already written to a gentle
man of this community privately on
the subject and although I must admit
he has extended a cordial invitation to
young men to call nt (his house, yet
I on my part cannot help feeling
that he deems my communication
unworthy of any recognition what
ever, (not that I urn at all anxious
to achieve public notoiiety), should
naturally feel chagrined to call on
any one who would not in any way
acknowledge a communication. Hc
garding the Htibjecfllow not to reach
young men," let mc say this: If
you see a strange young man in the
community and judge by his ap
peal mice that he evidently drinks
and is liable to frequent carousals,
Icavo him alone ; slight him and do
all that you can to avoid him j you
might disgrace yourself, in the esti
mation of some, if you aio seen
speaking to him ; they might accuse
you of being a boon companion,
'Tis said a man is judged by the
compauy ho keeps.
Should you see a young man wlio
gambles or who is an inveterate
smoker, don't try to got acquainted
with him and tell liini of the conse
quent results of his evil habits.
Shun him, or ho might influence yon
to smoke. Suppose you aio accost
ed by a strange young man who ap
peals to you for aid, tell him you
arc too busy to attend to him :' ho
must go to some one else. Don't
ask him where he i3 fioin, or if he
has good credentials ; let him go,
he is only a waif ; forget if you can
that it is man's inhumanity to man
that mokes the million mourn.
Should you meet him at the prayer
meeting, and he from his demeanor
gives evidence that he takes an in
terest in the meeting, don't take
him by the hand when tho meeting
disperses and tell him you have a
place for him in your pew. Just
let him alone or by chance you
might find in him the proper ele
ments that go to make true man
hood. Should a stranger .appeal tb
you, saying, ho has diligently sought
'employment and failed to get it,
though he be willing to do any kind
of work, that he lias spent alt his
money and is hungry, don't take
him home with you and give him
food and good sound advice, but
hand him a copy of some good book
or tract and in that way make him
ridicule leligion and become possi
bly an Ingctsolilc or Free Thinker.
Thanking you for your valuable
space in your paper,
ABOUT THE YOUNG GIRLS.
EiHTOi: Buu.r.TiN : The daily
papers have been discussing about
"our young men" of late. Now,
in my opinion, the gentle sex should
also be mentioned.
Is it not upon the gentle sex that
the happiness and elevation of man
much depends? If our homes weie
always giaccd by true, noble, pure
and wise women, making home at
tiactive, would not our young men
grow up respectable and respected,
honorable and honored, and be a
pride to their country? If the young
man's home weio his school, his
sanctuary, his church, his libiary,
his laboratory, how far it would go
to make him a pure, a learned, a
wise, a good man.
The world's society is not the
most edifying. How can we expect
much reform? Our j'oung women's
education is attended to in a certain
way ; but it is often abused by them.
A young miss gtaduatcs, returns
home, and begins to mingle in so
ciety. Her manner, her conversa
tion is commented on, and how often
aic friends disappointed! Instead
of seeiiiK, hearing, admiring an in
telligent, sensible, refined young
lady, you see too much of what
empty society calls "style."
Now, it is very well to be merry,
witty, joyous, and sociable, mingl
ing therewith refinement and pure
simplicity; but it is not nice to be
litteiing, giggling, flirting, and say
ing nonsensical things, with a head
full of the latest fashions,, the latest
style of hat or bonnet, and such
light frivoltics, thinking herself to
be most admired and courted when
she is most despised by the stronger
sex. The young men who arc often
called dudes, fools, and simpletons
are not generally slow to detect the
follies of such yiiils.
If young ladies took more inteiest
in the cultivation of their minds,
and displayed natuial simplicity and
modesty, how different our so-called
society would be, and what an im
proving effect it would have upon
our j'oung men.
Akotiii:ii "Viki: and Motiii:u.
A WIFE AND MOTHER'S REPLY.
J. F. Smith, Esq. Sir: Many
thanks for 3'our kind encomiums on
my letter expressed in yesterday's
Bulletin. I still fear a slight mis
understanding exists liettwecn us;
it seems to be about the impoitance
of reclaiming ci iminals at the out
set, instead of waiting until vice 1ms
taken too deep a root. I beg to say
that I think that the quicker what
ever can be done, is done in that
matter the better. 1 do not applove
of the sickly sentiment which is
wasted, so often on "led-handed
murderers," but as I believe in the
imuioitality of the soul, 1 wish to
see them well attended by those who
have the authority to do so.
I entirely agree with you that
there is no profit in bickerings and
admit freely that everyone has a
perfect light to his or her ideas;
and so I join with you most heartily
in kindly thoughts and fcclingh,
which no creed will ever try to for
bid. Ju leply to Juvenis, tho question
at issue is, Does the cud jiibtily the
means? What should be the end
proposed in attending church? Tho
answer is obvious: To please God
or aid in saving one's boul 113' so
doing. This is a pure motive," but
wo may aiguo if we cannot havo tho
purest of motives, less puic one
willsuUlco; but not in any case an
Another question : Would it bo
allowable to pander to vanity, lo
make use of religion so advance in
the estimation of tho world? Tho
answer is also obvious, And 3'ct,
what has tho hero of "A story"
done but something very like this.
Ho has been well and piously
brought tip, and wo supposo went
to church at first through a puro
motive; but neither the grace of
God nor divine truth could letnin
him there. As ho was not made
enough of, not of sufficient import
ance, he left. The foundation stono
of his supposed virtues was not
humility, bo it crumbled and lell to
tho ground. Would any ical bcncllt
have accrued to him, had he con
tinued a regular church member,
through appealing to his latent
pride or vanity? I seriously doubt it.
1 know of one case in this city simi
lar in somo respects to "a story." It
was that of a singer who used to
look around on Sunday on coming
out ot Church, for his meed of
praise, which was generally pretty
lavlshlj bestowed; but when by
chance the customary "How sweetly
you sang to-day Mr. So and So," hap
pened to be overlooked, he became
irate, and vowed he was not nppic
ciated and was going to leave the
church, which he did, for the
A "Win: and Motiiuu.
"A DEBATING CLUB."
Kditoii Btn.i,r.TiN : With tho best
of intentions, with most laudable
mu pose we may rack our biains,
and write or rather try to write,
newspaper at tides about how to
reach our young men, yet this i3 not
to the point. Let us up and do.
1 lieicby invite everybody who is
sincerely interested in tho welfare
of our future young men to join me
in starling a "Debating Club."
Please address all your communica
tions to the Post Ol'llce, care ot Ha
waiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.
My plan is this : As soon as I have
all the names obtainable, say 20 or
30, 1 will advertise some convenient
place to assemble and to organize.
L will not repeat the old chestnut of
"come one, come all." Let me only
say come all 1
1 await your pleasure,
John. F. Smith.
P. S. This is "goas you please."
Jew or gentile, fiec thinker or puri
tan, cold or hot water ducking
against the man who is not satisfied
with one wife but wants seven, in
fact no religion. Drink or no drink,
smoko or no smoke, our object is
debate and only this. Come and
make your propositions.
J. F. S.
WANTS TO REACH THE
Editok Bulletin: The well worn
subject "How to reach our j'oung
men" has been preltj' well ventilated
in our daity papers, and I hope to
the satisfaction of all interested in
But how about our young women?
I am a bachelor, and in 1113' own
opinion probably good looking;
stand a little over five feet in my
stockings ; not morally wicked ; have
sow 11 most of my w ild oats ; have a
steady and lucrative employment,
and a small account in Bishop &
Co.'s bank. But the great diffi
culty I experience is to get acquaint
ed with the young ladies. Bashf ill
ness is 1113' greatest trouble. I have
attended a great many of the con
ceits and sociables of the Y. M. C.
A. and the Cenlial Union Church,
and have often remained after the
meetings, hoping that some of the
ladies would speak to me and en
quire of 1113' welfare, but all in vain.
Others moic forward seem to en
gioss all their attentions, so that I
return home to 1113'' quarters disap
pointed, but still hopeful that by
your giving this subject publicity
compassion will be taken on the
Bashpul Young Mi:n.
ONE DAY BEHIND.
Although the Phillipinc Islands
lie near to the Asiatic coast, it was
l3' Spaniards who sailed eastward
fiom America that they wore settled.
Did they revise their calendar when
they crossed the magic line, and
striko out a da3' to keep themselves
abicast of tho limes? No such
thing ; the Spanish dons of that dny
were a pioud and fiery folk, and if
their calendar did not agree with
the times, then so much the worse
for the times.
Anyhow, the fact remains that,
when they 111 lived nt the Manila or
Phillippine Islands, they still icc
koned 1)3' the calendar which had
been taken from Spain to America,
nmljfroni Amciica b3' them on their
voyage. Thoy were, of couise, a
day in arrear ; but as there were
not then airy impoitant settlements
of civilization thereabout with whom
the date could be compared, the
erior was not noticed; the leekon
ing took hold, and, in consequence,
the inhabitants of Manila keep plod
ding along one day behind all their
immediate neighbors. Chamber's
New York Line.
An At vessel will b despatched
this Lino for Honohilu, to lttne
new .mi n 111 iiii .am.
For fuither information apply to
W. H. CROSDMAN & BROS.,
77 & 18 Broadway Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
. Hawaiian Livery Stables,
l I.CUUU, I illtflllil.
Hortes takin to board by tho day, week
or month fed well, nod looktd after
by careful and cxpciii-nccd Rabloncn.
Can luges and all kind? of Vehicles
kept clean ami rnicil fcr, as well ns
Harness. MOSES PALAU,
45 lm Manager,
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X adverllto in tho Daily Bulletin.
NOTICE TO MEET TO-NIGHT.
Pacific. Hoso Co. No. 1.
ritHK members of tlio Pacific Hose Co.
JL No. 1 nio requested to meet nt their
Hall, THIS .KVI3NING. at 7 o'clock.
,T. W. MACDONALD,
67 H Foreman.
TVHE officers mill members of Ha.
JL wallan Lodge. No. 21, F. & A. M..
aic hereby uollfku lo attend a called
meeting; nt the Lodge Boom, to moirow
SUNDAY at 2 o'clock r. m., for tho
purpose of attending the funeral of our
into brother, Samuel Harrison.
Officers and members of Lodge Le
Pi ogres and nil sojourning bicthren are
fraternally lnllcd to be present.
By order of tho W. M .
DTlt T. 0. l'OKTEH, See.
nPHE funeral of tho late Samuel Hnrri.
i son will take place TO-MORROW
AFTLItNOON. at il o'clock, from tho
icddcuce of John Nott, Kiug street.
Tho Fire Department and nil ftiends of
the deceased nro invited. f7 tt
PACIFIC HOSE CO. NO. 1.
The members of Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1 arc notified to assemble nt
their Hall, TOMORROW AFTER.
NOON, at 1 o'clock, to take part In
the funeral of tbch late brother
fireman Samuel Iliurlsou.
The cugineeis, officers, and rncm.
burs of the fccvoial companies are
cordially invited to participate in
paying a final tribute lo our late
bi other fireman.
J. W. MACDONALD,
57 It Foreman.
MEMBERS of the Fire Police are re
quened to atsomble atlhe Bell
Towci TO-MOItKOW at 2)'clock,
for the purpose of all ending tho funeral
of our late brother fireman, Bani'l liar
rison. Per order of
57 It U.iptain Fire Police.
rpiIE officers and members of the
JL several compniiic aio hereby re
qucstul to alembic at tlio hall of IIouo
lulu Engine Co. No. 1, on King strict,
lo-moriow (SUNDAY) afternoon at 1
o'clock for the purpose of attending the
funeral of a
Late Member of Paciflj Hose Company.
The funeial will take place at i! r. 51 ,
from tho lusidencc of JouuTtott, King
Friends and acquaintances of the de
ceased ami of the relatives are icspect
fully invited to attend
Pei order of the Chief Dngineer.
To Miissus. Haut & Co., of the 'Elite
. Jee Cicain P.irlors."
GiiNTLiiiinx: We, tho undertlgncd
membcia of tho Refreshment Committee
for tho dinner of Knglue Co. No. 2, on
our Annual I'aindo, February Hrd, do.
siro 10 twptess our entire) t-atisfaction
with jour cnteilng on that oiculoir.
The boys wcromoio than pleased with
the lino dinner which your Mr, II. J.
Hart so ably Hupeiliitentid. It will give
us gient plnisuio to recommend your
Bcrvlte on all occasions.
0. J. McCAKTHY, Foreman,
" E. HVAN.
Honolulu, H. 1. Fob. 4, 1S83.
ToMiesup. Haiit&Co., of tho "Elite
Gkkilumkn: It glveb us great plea.
Euro lo statu to you, as members of tho
Hofnshinout Conimitlco for gitling up
the lunch of Euglno Co, No, 1, on our
Ann mil Par.idu, l'cbniury JSiil, 0111 fullest
satisfaction with your cateilng on that
occasion. The bupplles were of good
quality, plentiful and eaten by all pie.
i-tiit with gnat lelbh. Everybody was
well pliatul and fatulled. Wo hIihII
not fall to iicouimcnd your establish,
ment and sei vices,
S. M. WHITMAN,
L. M. TOUtSAINT,
Houolulu, II. I Keb.4,1838,
JMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Pint. Mndciia uuil Malaga,
lor tuto in keg 111 d eaten lv
GONSALYES' & CO.,
01 Queen btieet.
BY a young man situation ns clerk,
etc. Good references. Two years
in present employ.
FIT you vrnnt your piano lobuffed, re.
titled or tuned by ti resident tuner,
leave your orders at G. West & Co.'s
Music Stoic, 103 Fort Mrrct. Sattsfac
tlon guaranteed. Hi) aw
N November lat n "Diamond King."
to the finder at this
LOST OK STOLEN.
I7H0M M. Mcliierny's right of.wny,
; n minll box containing screws, etc.
A suitable rownid will be given on re
turning same to K. B. Thomas office,
conn I Queen and Alakca street. lit 8t
$10 REAV ARD-STRAYED
OK STOLEN. .
ON Monday, January ilOth, a small
dark brown maic, with short tall,
branded " P B " on tlio left hip. The
above' toward will be paid to whoever
returns her to the undersigned.
Cl 3t JONA. AUSTIN.
BAGGAGE Expicss and Drayman.
Stand on King, near coinu of
Foil street. Mutual Telonhono GGo
All kinds of curling faithfully and
promptly attended to. Furnlluro mocd
and cuicfiilly handled. If you want a
wagon 01 dray, you will find it to your
advantage to ring up Telephone fi03.
JAPANKE Silkworms learcd here
are placed for public inspection at
No. 100 Nnuanu Avenue, near the first
bridge. o'J lw
ALL debts due West, Dow & Co. up
10 December 81, 1H37, not paid by
the 10th Febmnry, 1889, will be placed
in the hands of n Collector, as the books
must be closed as soon as possible.
G. WliST & CO..
Successors to West, Dow & Of.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, PStf. 49 lm
THE Lum ICeo Company will do a
general ictail ineicantilo business
at Kapia, Island of Kauai, and Con
Clieol; is the manager of said business,
and lias full aulhoiity to sign thcfiim
name in all matters appertaining to said
business LUM. KEU CO.
DURING my absence fiom the King
dom Mr. J. It. Shaw will act for
mo umlur full power of attorney.
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, .lau. 21, 1S88. 40 3w
NG TAI PAK has sold his interest in
the drug store, Hotel street, to
Malt Chu Fong; and Ng Lan Sing has
also sold his interest in tiiid drug store
to Tin Slug Tong Company. All debts
due the Coinpiny will be payable to
the Company, and all debts due Ng Tai
Pak and Ng Ltiu Sing iniiit be p ild to
them. fi4 lw
MIJ. John Mag' on is autlu rized to
collect for our account, and sign
receipts J. E BltOWN & CO.
Ian. 10, 1S88. 1635
MESSIiS. J.E. UltO'WN.&CO. are
mitlioii.ed to collect accounts due
to me, and their receipt will be a sutll
A M. HEWETT.
Honolulu. Jan, 8, 1883. 21) lm
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Arc authorised to collect forho
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1897. 57
ALL paitiea having claims against
His Majesty's Estate nro requested
to have their accounts mnilo out in de
tail, sworn to as to correctness, and pre.
sent them to Col. C. P. Iaukca, a,t the
ofllrc of H. M's Chambcilaln, Honolulu,
within three months irom date of this
S. M. DAMON,
J. O CAHTEIt,
0. P. IAUKEA.
Trustfi". of If is Vajosty'a Estate.
n nolulu, Nov. 21, lfl"7. 02 3m
TO HE NT.
rpHE house in v. occupied . by Mr.
X Dame Ii. Ida. (AJr. Gibsou'e
town iesidcut.L.) For particulars apply
to D. J. Vida on thu premises, or nt iho
ofllco of James I. Dowbett. CO lw
KOOM TO JLET.
A NICELY furnished tleeplng-room,
pleasantly located within a few
minutes walk of the business center.
Address, Hullktin. 48 tf
rpWO Rooms, In Wilder & Co.'s Stono
JL Warehouse, opposite Likcllko
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding uot less $100 per month.
Long lease. For puticulars imply at
JAPANESE LUHCH ROOM,
4.7 Jlotol Htiect.
. ." '
Kin Taho, cook will open tho above
lunch loom, TO.MOHHOW, and will
supply tho best lunch in town with
ovory lusuiy iu tho market. 05 8t
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All ptrtons an; lnreby forbid,
den firm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this district, without
the written order of the Road
II- F. HEB1JARD,
35 lm Konn, Onliu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
--IN QANT1TIES TO SUIT-'-
WILDER & 00.
"Will stand at the Enterprise Ranch for
a limited number of marcs.
Apply to J. A. Magoon, agent, 42
Merchant street, or to Silrnuo dc No
briga, at the Enterprise Ranch, head
of Wyllio street, Nuuanu Valley.
(Lincoln Block, King Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a pclect Dining Room
wheie Poultry, If desired, will bo served
thiee times a day. This room has Clean
Table. Linen, Silver Haled Ware, New
China, civil and attentive waiters, and
the Table is supplied with every deli
cacy the MarKets alloru.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the Geucral Restau
rant, is well supplied with Clean and
Substantial Food ot many variotios.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
V. All HUE.
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The unden-igned respectfully notify
the public, that thoy havo
(Next above the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their patrons are assured of re.
cclvlng nothing hut what is
llrst class in food, cooking
EST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -S
Ky strict attention to business and an
earnest endeavor to plciue our pations,
wo solicit your pationage.
IIAKHEUC & McLEAN.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improved facilities, is prepared
to fill orders at short notice.
Notice of Election,
AT tho nnuual meeting of O. Brewer
& Co., L'd , held this day, tho fol.
lowing named persons were elccttd ai
officers for the ensuing year:
P. O. Jones President,
P. O, Jones Manager,
J, O. Carter Secretary,
,T. O. Carter Treasuier,
W. F. Allen Auditor,
Hon. 0. K. Bishop, Sam'l 0. Allen and
lion. II. "Watei house Directors.
J, O. OAHTER, Secretary,
p. Brewer & (Jo.
Honolulu, February 1, 1888. 54 lm
HOUSK and LOT, terms reasonable
inquire of T, W. HavUins, Hiua.
Han Soap Works.
Leleo, Honolulu, 30 tf
Hell Tel. 17!J.
Mtilunl Tel. 0G0.
Flro Proof Stone Uulldlng,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
Gcueral Agency for Haw'u Islands
Burlington and Chicago Hallway
Connecting at PoMon with tho Azores
Through tickets gi anted fiom Honolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com
mlslon. Consignments solicited.
I'ropcitlri leased, rented and sold.
I.oial doiiiimuiilt dr.iwif.
Books audited ami ndjutcd.
Act omits collected.
Authorized collector, Mr. (J. Olarkr.
THE Eomington Typewriter is the
btaudard willing iiiHohimi of the
world. It prints 70 clmructois, or with
certain combination abmit 80 1 hnractcrs,
with tlio operation of only 3!) keys. Tho
machine is so Simple that any one ean
write wlili it, and Its manipulation Is so
easily understood, that but little prac
tire h required to enable tho operator to
ncquire facility in its use. Thr average
speed of the pen Is from 1G to SO
words per minute, nndthcRYciflgc-iurd
of the type w 1 iter h from 40 to t.0 w 01 ds
per minute. Time spent in writing
with tlio pen is at least two thiids
Orders for the al ovc 'n'trument may
be left with the undersigned at the of
flee of W. G. Irwin & Co., and will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign
ed Is also prepared to give purchasers
full instructions as to the use of tho
For lur her particulars apply to :
W. M. G1FFARD, i
Bole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SKS DR. 1 1ST EC
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January 6th,
Era, Friday Eraii !
For Ladies nud their Escorl.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentleman.
JE5iinl in Vttcndaticc.
THOMAS JD. AVALL,
1001 I'ronrietnr. lyr
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
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Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Ordeii promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to fc'ehwcppcs. 33
MEW ZEALAEB OATS ! '
NEW ZEALAND OATS OP
Just recoived ex Mariposa, by '
J. I BROWN & CO.
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Works.
CUSTOMERS who havo on hand any
of our Bottles or Cases, would
greatly oblige by sending word to tho
Depot, 28 Merchant sticct, and they will
at once bo enlled for.
Our Bottles aro all crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOllKB" blown thereon.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telcphono 8CQ,
45 tf J. E. HKOWN & CO.
ALL accounts due Mrs, A. M. Mellig
of tlx months and over, will be
placed in a Collectors hands without
furthor notice if not paid bv the 15tU,
lnkt. MBS. A. M.'MKLLIS,'
31 2v n Emma itreet.
A GENTLEMAN can get a well
furnished room (If desired with
bourd.) Location about 10 minutes
walk from Post-ofllco. Please apply at
the ofllco of tho Bulletin. S2 tf
j. E. BROWN & GO.,