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On THURSDAY, May 3, lS8S.nl
12 o'clock noon, will bo told at
public auction at the front enhance
of Aliiolnni Hnlo the Hawaiian
sleniner "Knimilon," of 198.83 tons
measurement, together with nil her
masts, sails, sail yards, anchors,
cables, boats, engines, boilers, tackle,
apparel, furnituio and litlings, ns
she now lies in the harbor of
Anhncntory of the above can be
seen upon application at the Intcrioi
Upset price $2,000.00.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 17, 1SSS.
The above sale
is postponed until
14th, nt the same
hour and place.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Intei ior Office, April 'M, 1SSS.
BISHOP & Co., BAXKEBS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Bank ol Guliiftruia, S. ST.
And their ngents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristchurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 13. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Iluamuw5.
T IX 3D
fjflaiTu f$ it 11 it fin
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1888.
Enterprise in business operations
and industrial ventures generally
aim at profit, either directly or in
directly; and wlieie the prospects
or hopes of profit are wanting, en
terprise will generally be wanting
also. Sometimes hope in an over
sanguine nature is stronger than
judgment, and induces its possessor
to enterprises which, had sound
judgment predominated, would never
have been undertaken. Loss and
disappointment are the inevitable
results. Sometimes, too, wheie the
judgment is not at fault, uncon
trollable circumstances may inter
vene to produce the same results.
Seldom do people in this money-loving
age show enterprise on the lines
indicated, purely for the love of
enterprise, or from motives of phil
anthrophy or public-spiritedness.
Will it pay? is the matter-of fact
question. If the answer is negative,
there the matter rests. This country
has not been wanting in men- of
enterprise, some of whom have
learned by experience that their
estimates of profits were based on
false premises. And the place is
now full of men who profess to be
lieve in the certain success of enter
prise in some directions which they
specify, if men of means will enter
into the ventures. One man is con
fident that a railroad to the Pali
would return good interest on the
investment, because a railway in
another country to a similar place
coined a fortune! Any quantity of
such talk may bo heard at times,
from persons who never take the
pains to think of what they are talk
ing about. Enterprises that can be
cleaHy shown to promise good re
turns have not long to wait for en
terprising men to undertako them,
even here on these quiet isles.
SUPREME GOURT-APniL TERM.
Bi:ronr. judd, c. j.
Monday, April 80th.
Kanaloa (w), et al. vs. J. N.
Quinn et al., ejectment. Jury
.waived. April term. Ifcing heard.
Recess 12 jr. till 1 v. m.
W. C. Achi for plaintiffs; V. A.
Kinney and A. Rosa for defendants.
COAL IS VERY SCARCE
And high in price. T. J. King at
the Union Feed Co., has a largo lot
of bard wood pawed into stovo length.
For ualo at very low prices for cash.
Call and eoo him about it. 28 3t
Muss Nesting at Mrilnh
Tlie Mongolian Ques
The Mooting' Almost TJnani
mous for Restriction.
Probably the largest meeting
ever held in Wailuku assembled at
the Skating Rink on Thursday even
ing last. The only subject dis
cussed wns that of Chinese Immi
gration, and the meeting which
lasted from half past 7 to 10 o'clock
was marked by good order and was
nearly unanimous in adopting the
one lesolution of the evening.
Major Cornwcll was with accla
mation voted to the chair, and open
ed the meeting in a few well-chosen
rcmaiks. He trusted that the sub
ject of Chinese, immigration, being
ot paramount importance, would re
echo the first consideration of the
meeting. He had been 25 years in
this his adopted country and was
glad to see bo many in that large
building met to consider what was
for the common good. He viewed
with srravc apprehension the larce
influx of Chinese lately dumped into
the country and reflected upon the
fact that the bulk of them w ere not
here for agiicultural labor only, but
to come iiito conflict with our own
mechanics, for there is no industry
in which they do not gobble up
everything they can lay their hands
on. Although a planter and believ
ing in the need of a limited number
of Chinese laborers for plantations,
yet he was not prepared to sacrifice
all moral and social principle for
profit. He opposed unlimited im
portation of Chinese for plantation
or oilier purposes and would favor
restiiction in the interest of mecha
nics and Hawaiian labor, and hoped
the next Legislature would devise a
Resolved that speakers be limited
to five minutes.
Mr. D, M. Crowley moved that
the restriction bill introduced by the
Government be adopted and sup
ported b' the meeting with this
alteration: that in section 5, the
line 18 be altered to lead "two" in
stead of "one" hundred dollars
The mover held in his hand the
original bill introduced by the Gov
ernment, also the bill f lamed by the
committee and the bill which is law.
Mr. Crowley said the rcstiictions in
the first bill met all the honest re
quirements of employers. The com
pulsory provision to return the
laborers at the end of their term of
service is similar to that enforced
by the French Government on Ta
hiti and in South America. But
that bill was petitioned against by
the Chamber of Commerce with the
result that the whole subject was re
ferred to a committee. That com
niittec reported a new bill which
conceded much to the Chamber of
Commerce, but that was rejected
also. In fact it became now evident
to the public that on this vital ques
tion they were sold. The men who
shouldered rifles and went around
Honolulu with their pockets full of
ball cartridge on the 30th June now
realized that they wcie playing the
pait of the cat in the gamo of chest
nuts, the cunning monkeys had the
fat kernel of almost unrestricted
Chinese immigration, whilst those
who got hoarse shouting for "re
form" could now ruminate on the
fraudulent shadow of a "reform"
government sham restriction bill,
for such practically is the present
law. He drew a picture of the
Ministry in abandoning every vital
principle of the bill they introduced
which proved one or all of three
tilings : either that they were insin
cere, without back-bone, or felt that
their conscience would be clear when
they washed their hands of the mat
ter by throwing the responsibility
on the House.
There are questions upon which a
Ministry must make a stand, and
where ictrcat is dishonor, and it
must ever 'remain a cause for re
gret, that the action of the ministry
in this matter was so undignified
The Chamber of Commerce was
analysed as the levering power that
can control the action of the Minis
try, parliamentry committees, and
the Legislature itself. The last cen
sus was quoted showing the excess
of Chinese males over kanakas, and
why did that dangeious and
improper state of things not
claim the attention of the
Chamber of Commerce? Simply
because the members of that Cham
ber are not only plantation agents,
but importers as well and they want
the Chinese to open stores aiid sull
their goods, and there lies the real
seciet of why there is no law in
this country to conlino Chinese
coolies to plantation labor.
The speaker pointed out how on
all sides of us, in the United States,
Tahiti, South America, and Austin
lia special legislation is cnfoiccd to
pi event themselves being swamped
by Chinese. In the States Chineso
will be totally excluded and in Aus
tralia wo see the Government of
New South Wales asking the Im
perial Government to negotiate a
treaty with China that will totally
The speaker knew many good men,
Chinese, men who wore deserving of
all the honors of citizenship. He
did not despise a man simply be
cause ho was a Chinaman, but could
not suffor to sco this little country
swamped it is so even now by
swarm of tnongols who como as
human locusts, to devour and wipo
out the subsistence of men and
women who came here from Kuiopo
and America to found homes and
plants the seeds of Christian civiliz
ation. Talk of hill sides and de
serts turned into fruitful fields by
Chinese labor, granted, but civilized
hands will be found to do the same,
(and we have none too much land
for them) and the matron of Chtis
tendom will grace and gladden the
cottage on the hillside and desert,
and the laughter of happy children,
who are now retreating before the
Avalanche of pagendom will bo
beard, and this is what God has
planted these beautiful emerald gems
for, that they should contain homes
for a virtuous, happy and contended
This subject of Chinese restriction
is going to be the cciiti.il plank in
the political platform of the country
and it challenges immediate atten
tion. Is it possible to meet all
honest requirements of the sugar
and rice industries without Hooding
the country with more Chinese? Yes.
Is'ot one in four of the Chinese now
hero arc at ugrieiiltur.il work. Close
the door against any more coining.
Enforce a vagrant law, or adopt the
legislation passpoit system similar
to the law in central Europe, and it
will compel every man in tho islands
to report himself when so ordered,
anil give an account of hdw he puts
in his time.
(Mr. C. was allowed 40 minutes
and was frequently applauded).
Hon. J. W. Kalua seconded the
Ex-Judge Kahuna rose to address
the meeting on behalf of the Chinese.
He asked those present to consider
that Chinese have a soul as well as
we. If we vote to drive the Chinese
ont, then it may be someone else's
turn next. The labor of the Chinese
has been of great value to the
country, it has turned tho descit
into a garden. Before voting on this
important question consider all its
bearings and don't be uncharitable.
I am lieie to say that I am with the
Mr. J. W. Kalua said I want it to
be understood that lam against more
Chinese coining. It is evident that if
they keep coming as they have w e will
soon be under Chinese rule. I want
to ask if there is another race on the
face of the globe that can live so
cheaply and crowd themselves into so
small a space as the Chinese. 1
can't live on ten cents a day, but a
Chinaman can. "Where they crowd
what is there left for any other race ;
they pollute the very air with their
opium and other abominations, as no
other race does. I don't stand
here to say "Kick them," but I am
for restriction. The vagrant law
docs not reach the Chinese. Be
tween mv office and Bielcnberg's
store theieare about 800 of them do
ing nothing of any practical value
to the country. How do they exist?
The most of them lay waiting for
crumbs that come by gambling and
opium and whiskey from the Chi
nese who do work, and natives
and others. It has been stated by
Kalama that they are industrious.
Yes, they have taken the means of
living fiom the natives. They have
driven ine out of the poi business.
The foreicrncrs' stores will soon be
absorbed by them. Their vices are
killing off our native people, and
shall we keep on propitiating this
race by pci milling them to absorb
our business, y giving uiem our
sisters and our daughters? If the
King's reign should be prolonged
for the same length of lime as he
has leigncd, and Chinese come in at
tho rate they have for the last ten
years, it is evident that his subjects
would be almost all Chinese. I
want to live amongst a clean people
and in a progressive country.
Mr. O. Nawahinc stated that
he had, as one of the represen
tatives of the district, supported the
bill intioduced by the Government
and regretted that it did not become
law. He had no ill will towards
Chinese but believed we had moro
hero now than was good for the wel
fare ot the native people and the
country generally. Therefore, he
would support a measure that would
shut the door against any more
The Rev. I. K. Joseph of liana
desired to speak and think charita
bly of the Chinese, but it was evi
dent they were too rnpidly filling up
the country, and he thought it was
time to close the door.
Cnlls for the lions. W. II. Daniels
and John Richardson brought Mr.
lie spoke in native and gave an
account of the several btnges which
marked the abandonment of tho
Government measure. He voted
with tho Government and will try to
get a fair restrictive law passed in
tliij coining session, but he had lit
tle hope that tho composition of the
present Legislature would suppoi t it.
Hon. John Richardson spoke in
Native and English: Said that his
position as n legislator dilfcred a lit
tle from that of the last two spank
ers, inasmuch as he was returned by
a properly qualification (as a Noble)
and the votes of tho whole island.
But ho was heartily with the people
in this matter and suppoited the
Government measure, lie came to
the meeting to hear tho expression
of the people's wish rather than to
speak himself. lie bhould bo ghd to
support tho decision of so largo and
influential a meeting as ho now ad
dressed. Mr Kahuna moved tho meeting
adjourn to Hint night week. Lost.
Tho resolution was then twice put
to the meeting, iu Native nud Eng
lish, and carried, only four dissont-
i tig. '
THE CELEBRATED "l'hlladcl.
JL villa Lager Bacr " cun now bo had
on draughty tho Anchor Saloon. 29 It
THE FINEST resort In tlioelty
JL "Tho Elite Ico Crcnm Parlors'
patronized by tho lending society. Si 3 1w
THERE IS a peculiar delightful
-L lltvor about all the C.uidlcs of tho
Now Cundy Factory, which makes ilium
fo populni with young and old. 29 lw
XF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho linen Home-Made
French and l'lnln Cnndles, the most
Delicious leu Creams, or Fancy and
Plain (.'alto, cnll nt tho Pioneer Htcnm
Candy Factory, B ikci v and leu Croam
P.uloro, ostnblMiul 1803, Hotel, tippo.
situ Bethel street. F. IIoun, Practical
Confectioner. li.uy C-tolc and Orna
monter. 1. S. The only place wheru
tho Genuine Butter Scotch is niiinu.
factum! and sold. 1G tf
17MNEST BRANDS OF CALI-
JL forma Poit, Madeira and Mnlagn,
for bale in kegs and caei by
GONSAhVES & CO.,
Ill Queen street.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will hu guilefully lecclv
cil fur the uo of the inmates of tha
Brunch Hospital for Lepois at Knknako,
or nt the Leper Sittlmcnt on Molokai,
u leu with .1. r. wnlcrhoiisc, jr., nt Hie
Queen Street Store. ti:f tf
RYAN'3 BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of hunts' Mill.
Lodge Le Progres.
EEGUliAlt Meeting THIS (Monday)
EVBN1NO, at 7:!)0 o'clock sharp.
Members of Ilnwniinn Lodge No 21
and visiting brothers arc cordially in.
vited to attend.
By order of the "W.-. M.
U0 It Sccictary.
' SAN FRANCISCO
Shooting Cillery Premises, on
ion, sweet, will Do opened
on May 1st, us a
First Glass Frail Store !
taJ-Icc House Fruits will be receded
hv cvo v s.tp'imnr frnm llin PnncK A
full assortment of Hawaiian Fruits tvil f
also bo on sale. 30 8t
A fre'h lot of this ciluhntcri biand of
Champagne, ju-t landed ex Bri-
tish bark ''Nntuua,"
For Sale in Q,uart3 and Pints
F. A. SGHAEFER & GO.
.a. 3L. tca-dr,
FOR SALE BY
THE following changes lirivo taken
place in lhu copartnership of V.
H. Daniels & Co., of Wailuku, Muni.
W. II. Cummings has this day re.
tired fiom the llrm, the linn nnmi: has
been changed to the Hawaiian Fiuit &
Turo Co., and A. N. Kcpoikai and J. D.
Holt, Jr., have been admitted ns
partners. The firm now consists o'f
"V. II. Daniels, residence Wailuku,
A. N. Kcpoikai, residence Wailuku,
J. D IInll,Jr,, rcsldoiuo Honolulu,
All the liabilities of tho flun of W. II.
Daniels & Co. hno been atsumed by
tho Hawaiian Fniit & Tain Company.
W. II. DANIICI.B,
W, H. CUMMINUS,
A. N". KEI OIKAI,
J. D. HOLT, .In.
Honolulu, March 20, 1848. 28 3t
WISHES n position as Ladles' Nurse,
or will act as Companion to an
invalid huly going to Sun Francisco.
Apply to Bui.uniN Ofllce. 2 at
THE i egulor quarterly meeting of tho
l'aoillo Haidwate Co,, (Limited),
will bo held at their ofllce, on TIIUIIS.
DAY, May 3, 188, nt 10 nVlook a. M.
JAS. G, Sl'ENOEH,
28 lw Secretary.
NOTICE is heiehy given that Man
thlp holds full power of nttorncy
to act in nil biulno.i UaiuncUons of tho
firm of Wing On Wo & On., ami is nu.
thoiizcd aUo lo slgu said firm nanio by
AVINO ON WO & CO,,
by O. Chouiig l'lng.
Honolulu, April 16, 1688, 31 2w
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Lovoy.
On TUESDAY, may 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A,. 31.,
By order of W. C. 1'nrltc, Assignee of
the Bankrupt Estate of ChoyTln,
I will fell nt Public) Auction, at
my Salesroom, comer Fort
and Queen streets,
A luitntity ol New Furniture
Office Writing Desks !
Side Hoards, Hook Oases,
Meat Safes, Tables,
1, &E, &C,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
MONDAY, Jm 11, 1888.
Races to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
KUXXIXU RACE-4 Mile Dash.
Fieo for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
ItUNXIXG KACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to beeomo tho property of the
one whining it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TBOTTIXG KAOK For Hawaiian
bred horses only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 in 3.
KUXXIXG It ACE 14 Mile
Fiee for all.
5lh KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and FACING RACE
Milo Heats, best 0 in r. Fiee for
all. All hores having a rccoid of
2 :80 or hotter to go to wagon.
Glh HONOLULU PLATE.
RUXXING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
71h R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUXXIXG RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. Winner to beat the le
coul of '-Angle A," 1:154. To be
run for annually.
8th HAWAIIAN HOTEL
RUXXIXG RACE-4 Mile Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swrxi'STAKKS TROTTING and
FACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 in 3. Free for all horses that
have not a leeord of 3 minutes or
belter to bo driven In Fra.icr local
cai ts by members of tho Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUXXING RACK 1 Milo Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses only.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14 -hands or
under, and 3-year old or over.
2-2 tf .
THE STOCK OF
Helonging.to tho undersigned, will bo
Very Low Prices
During tho month of May, 1S81, and all
parties winking to 6upply them.
selves, will do well to call and
examine tho Goods beforo
U?lio GOODS juh- lo wold
And embrace tho Rest Assortment of
Good Family Articles, that enn bo
found in this city.
At BROWN k CO.'s Store,
No. 14 Merchant Btreet.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Ilrown & Co.
Honolulu, April 23,,1888. 28 lm
Ex "Thomas Hell," from- MADEIRA,
A Fmv of TIioho
J'or Nn.lc ut
GONSALVES & CO.'s,
22 Queen Street, lw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SA(,i: OF
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT lO O'CLOCK A. ai.,
At tlio icsidcne.o of Mr. V. Stegcmann,
ICinau street, adjoining tho residence of
Hon. W. R. Cnsilc, I will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of departure),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Ferns & Decorated Flower Pots.
Vienna Easy Chairs, Vienna Sora,
I Carvod B.W. Marblotop C. Tablo
1 Carpet Plush Talent Rocker,
liirgo Velvet Center & Sofa Rugs,
ono uruaiosaiu? piano,
(L. Ncufeld, Heilln, mnkurj,
Draw ing room Curtains & Pole,
1 Corner Whatnot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Desk,
Pondnnt llauiring J. amps, Fancy
Camp Stools, Engiavings & Pictures,
Carved B. W. Marblotop Bedroom Set,
Muttrabes, Mosquito Net, 1 French
Walnut Wardrobe, 1 P.lack Walnut
Wardrobe, I Elegant B. W. Mmble.
lop Sidebnanl, 1 tllaek Walnut Ex.
tension Tuhle, Dining-room Chairs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 ltelrigcrntor, 1 Uncle Sam Hange,
AND AT 12 'O'CLOCK NOON,
1 California Carriage llorso,
1 Black Marc, broken to Saddlo & Harness,
1 Top Buggy,
Sot of Harness, Saddlo, Etc., Etc., Etc.
OrPrcmlses open for inspection on
TU ISS DAY, .May 1st, fiom 0 o'clock
A. M. to 3 l si.
JAS. F. MOKGrAN,
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
Attorney at Law.
Ofllce, : No. 0 ICaahumnnu street,
U King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering &
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Has just received cx.Australia a very
lutvlsomo assortment of all tho
In the Millinery JLinc, such as
Ornaments, &c, &o.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
3P LUME S
09 Direct from Unrope. lm
CJcuernl Mliipiiins Agency null I'or
elj;" I'urcelH tlxprt'HM.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwarded to and frnm all parts of
O. O. D. amounts of services collected
in uny country.
anrTurlttH ofitntcH on Apiillcatlon-tto
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 28 Merchant Btreet. tf
NOTICE to CREDITOItS.
THE undersigned give notice that
they luivo been appointed Assignees
of Brown & Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All persons having any claims against
tho said firm whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, aro notified to pre.
sent tho sumo to the Assignees, within
three months from April -'3rd instant.
All pcrsouB indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co nio requested to mako immediate
payment to Urown & Co. or tho
A. J. OAimVIUGIIT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Urown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 1888. 23 lm
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted m
my namo without my written order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 2a tf
OI Sun JrnTietHoo.
Sample pnekoges of the following Menls
may bo hod of Gonsmlves & Co,
froo of clmrgo:
Germea, Eye Meal,
fi'uiiulitt(Ml Oat Maul,
Sell-raising Poarlcd Corn Meal,
" " Buckwhont Flour,
' " Breakfast Cako Meal,
" " Cream Graham flour,
" " Breakfast Wheat,
Cream Flake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del MjBOilF Hour.
GONSALVES & CO..
22 Juceii Street. lw
Wltte Bros: Port. Cement,
Geal Tar, Stoclolm Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
FOll SAl,i: MY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Anstralian lail Service.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho now and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Rflay 6, 1 888.
And will leave for tho above port with
uihIIs and passengers on or about that
l''or fieiirht or nassaire. lmvinr KIT.
JL JUllXiyil JU.I
ncininn T nrm-rri r,n. .UA o .
WE Q. IRWIN & CO.,
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo nt Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
ftftay 10, 1883,
And will have prompt dicpatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For lreight or passage, having BU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Afrenta.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched
this Lino for Honolulu, to leavo
JNew xoik in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. CR0SSMAN & BR0.,
77 & 79 Broad Street,
CASTLE & C00KB,
57 8m Honolulu.
Rubbish! Rubbisbl Rubbish!
HPHE undersigned having been in tho
JL businc-s for tho past 15 months,
aud now being appointed by tho Board
of Health ns Rubbish Collector. I
hereby wlhh to thank tho public lor
theru llbir.il patronage, hoping aeon,
tinuniice t the same with a more ex.
tended list of customers. I slmll as
heictoforo have my rubbish carts go on
each street where required thrco times
each week.cicept in very rainy weather
then two timed each week. After this
month each cart will enrry a bell to
announce its appeurauco on the street,
that no ono will havo an excuse for not
setting nut their dirt.
BejrPrices as heretofore .-Ordinary
IIoubo Rubbish and Yard Sweepings,
CO cents, 76 cents nnd 81.00 per month,
if put.in containers.
The abovo prices arranged according
to tho amount of rubbish taken away.
Trco Trimmings nnd Horse Litter
will bo charged extra.
Horses. Bullocks, Hogs and Dogs will
be buried at reasonable rates.
N. F. BURGESS.
1. S. Anyono knowing of one who
Is required to have their rubbish re.
moved, who is not able to pay the tax,
if tho party or parties will let ine know
I will do their carting froo of charge.
00 lm N. F. J).