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Depaiitmknt oi Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 1889.$
The following persons have been
appointed Assessors and Collectoii
oi Taxes for the respective Taxation
3bivUioi8 of the Kingdom, in accord
an,co with no, Ajct to ivmcnd trad regu
late the Law, relating to the appoint
ment and tenure of office of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved tho 21st day of August,
A. D. 1888:
C. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
II. G. TREADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT C. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSErH K. FARLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. TnuitSTON,
Minister of Interior.
C. W. Ashford,
212 lm 82 it
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1889.
NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION.
A great international exhibition
has recently been held at Melbourne,
the capital city of tho colonj' of
Victoria, Australia; and a still
greater is about to be opened on the
opposite side of the globe, at the
city of Paris, France. Hawaii
was represented at Melbourne, and
will be at Paris. In December next
an exhibition of a less pretentious
character is to be held at Duncdin,
one of the principal cities of New
Zealand, and Hawaii's interests
would undoubtedly be promoted by
her being represented there. A
small exhibit of a nature to show the
natural attractions of these islands
views of scenery, for instance
would have a tendency to increase
travel this way. We have regular
steam communication with New Zea
land, and a portion of the traffic be
tween that country and Europe is
by this route, and would probably
be increased by an increase of know
ledge respecting the advantages of
the route and the sights to be seen
by the way.
The following in relation to the
Dunedin exhibition is clipped from
the Melbourne "Argus": "There
is every prospect of a large exhibit
being made from Great Britain, for,
although the Exhibition is not pro
fessedly international, the commis
sioners have considered it unwise to
put any obstacles in the way of the
increase of intercourse with the moth
er country. From France, too, the
executive commissioners have a de
mand for 25,000ft. of space, about
the acceptance of which there is some
question. The plans of the building
provide for a covered space of nine
acres, or about one-third the area of
tho Melbourne Exhibition. The
building will be erected in the shape
of a hollow square with the gardens
in the centre. The Government
building will occupy the whole front,
and the picture galleries arc to be
situated at the extreme end, with
the object of making peoplo go
round the Exhibition instead of con
centrating the traffic. The gardens,
too, will be protected from the winds
by the' general buildings, which are
to be erected only 45ft. wide, so
that no exhibit may be more than
15ft. distant from the avenue, and
by means of the attractions being
placed at the further end from the en
trance, it is hoped that every exhibit
will get a chance of being seen, and
no exhibit be neglected in an out of
the way corner. The commissioners
intend to make a specialty of the
exhibition of processes of manu
facture, and offer special induce
ments with that object. Altogether
everything would seem to indicate
that the interests of exhibitors will
be carefully studied. Musical en
tcrtalnmcnto will form a prominent
feature, and a space will be set aside
for side shows. Tho object of the
commissioners being not to rival the
magnitude of the Melbourne Exhi
bition, but to mako the New Zealand
one alive witli-coiour and movement."
A MERITED TRIBUTE.
The "Friend" for April contains
the conclusion of Rev. S. E.
Bishop's essay on "Why arc the
Hawailans dyiug out?" In addition
to tho causes of decadence enumer
ated in the previously published
part of the essay, two others are
noted idolatry and wifeless Chi
nese. Tho hula is specified ns "one
of the foul ilorcsccnccs of tho great
poison tree of idolatry," and is al
luded to lu deservedly scathing
terms. The most efficient "sana
tive and restorative agencies" at
work for the repression of the evils
named, arc enumerated as "Govern
ment Medical Aid, Hygienic In
struction, School Education, and
Christian Instruction." The essay
closes with a splendid tribute to the
Hawaiian rncs, which we, with plea
sure, hereunder reproduce, believing
it to be merited.
"Tho Hawaiian Race is one that
is well worth saving. With all their
sad frailties, they arc a noble race
of men, physically and morally.
They are manly, courageous, enter
prising, cordial, generous, unselfish.
They are highly leceptivc of good.
They love to look forward aud up
ward, even though very facile to
temptations to slide backward and
downward. In an unusual degree,
they possess a capacity for fine and
ardent enthusiasm for noble cuds.
Should the Hawaiian people leave
no posterity, a very sweet, gener
ous, interesting race will have been
lost to the woild. They can be
saved. They have deserved too
well of mankind they have been
too kindly, too friendly, too trustful
and magnanimous, not to merit the
most devoted efforts to avert
their threatening fate, and to set
them forward in a hopeful course,
It seems as if this might most easily
be accomplished, if theic were only
a wise and resolute purpose to do
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
Editor Bulletin: As an adher
ent of the conservative wing of the
Reform Party, allow me to say that
your articles entitled "Secret Con
clave" appear to me to be some
thing besides ordinary caricature of
the reform party and movement.
They look as if their writer dcsiies
to negative the actual good which
was wrought by the revolution of
It w as admitted throughout the
country before that national crisis
came, that a purer and more repre
sentative form of government w"s
imperatively required, and I have
yet to learn that any one openly de
nies that it was then obtained.
Time, however, must yet elapse in
order to develop the possibilities of
good government as well as to
check the possibilities of bad gov
ernment which were thereby placed
before the people of Hawaii. I am
too profoundly sensible of the value
of civil liberty to look with uncon
cern upon attempts to travesty tho
effort 03' which its blessings have
been brought within our reach.
The effect of the free exercise of
the judicially declared veto power,
no doubt was to delay needed im
provements and leforms within the
reform party itself, and to unite
what otherwise would have been the
radical and conservative elements of
that party against the supposed dan
ger of a recurrence of former na
tional evils. The attention of the
country was diverted from tho dis
cussion of measures of public con
cern, by the supposed necessity of
preventing retrograde to old condi
tions. I do not believe myself that
there is the slightest danger of such
retrogression, for popular power
once established is not to be crush
ed. The only problem now is, to
see to it that the popular or repre
sentative government now made (as
it never was before) a possibility,
shall be properly regulated, and
that political power now set free be
fairly distributed, and safely regu
lated and checked in its exercise.
But as long as it can with apparent
reason be said that "there are other
fish to fry," the cause of national
progress suffers. The "Conclave"
writer evidently prefers the old state
of affairs, to sincere attempts to
rectify piesent conditions. For
one I enter my protest against bur
lesquing the berious, e.irnest and
honest attempt at good government
which was seen in the 1 evolution. 1
do not envy the mental frame of
those who see nothing but corrupt
motives, bigotry and humbug in the
party of notional reform.
Alfiied S. Haktwell.
A CAY PARTY.
Last Friday a party of gentlemen,
consisting of Hon. J. O. Dominis,
Major Sam Parker, Major Seward,
Capt. Ross, Messrs. J. II. Paty, W.
M. Giilard, Paul Isenberg Jr., C.
H. Eldridgo and E. R. Miles, left
town in a four-in-hand team for
Waialua. Arriving there in good
order they put up at the Dominis
and Paty homesteads. The time
was spent in shooting plover, tur
keys, etc., Sam Parker making sad
havoc among the birds. The patty
returned to town on Tuesday, after
having had a real good time.
DATfcftf BLT&LETIN' HlX8timm H. .,
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
If a poison in tho commission of
a felonious act, that is, one whioli is
highly criminal, undesignedly kills
another, such killing is murder. If
such act U simply unlawful, and
without any deliberate or malicious
intention, the killing will be man
slaughter. Rex vs. Bush, 1 Haw.
MAJUTIMK CONTRACTS BETWEEN TOR-
Though the Admiralty Courts of
this country arc not bound to take
jiuisdiction of controversies crowing
out of maritime coutracts between
foreigners having no doinicil in this
country, as they arc when the par
ties uic subjects or resident here,
yet they may lawfully exercise it,
and will do so or not, as a sound
discretion, and the claims of justice
Plaintiff was employed nt Hono
lulu, as master of the whaleshlp
Phumix, of New London, for the le
mainder of the voyage, but on re
turning to Honolulu at the end of
a cruise, he was removed from the
command by order of the owners,
without any apparent cause, held;
that he was entitled to a settlement
and payment of his wages to Hono
lulu. Williams vs. Sebastian et al.
1 Haw. 295; see "Admiralty Juris
In civil cases marriage may be
proved by reputation, declarations,
and conduct of the parties and
other circumstances usually accom
panying the relation. Such evidence
is not conclusive, but it is admissi
ble to the jury as testimony from
which marriage may be inferred.
Apong ys. Marks et al. 1 Haw. 50.
A contract made b' a married wo
man, whereby she engages to per
form service for another, is not ptr
se void, but may subsist, at least,
until the husband shall interfere and
put an end to it. Where a wife is
living apart from her husband her
employment to work for a third
party, cannot affect the husband's
light to her society. Ilokii et al.
vs. Nicholson. 1 "lluw. 200. See
Session Laws, 1888, ch. 11, p. 28,
as to property rights of married wo
men. A minister's ceitilicnte of mar
riage, unless it purports to be a copy
of the record which the law requires
liira to keep of all marriages
solemnized by him, is not admissi
ble evidence, in cases of crim. con.,
to prove the marriage. Whittit vs.
Miller. 1 Haw. 82.
MARSHAL MUST EXECUTE PROCESS.
The Marshal cannot excuse him
self for not executing process of ar
rest against a defendant, on the
ground that the bond of indemnity
tiled by the plaintiff is not stamped.
Where the process is issued m tho
matter of which the Court has jiuis
diction, he must execute it.
The Court having decided to am
erce the Marshal, without the aid of
a jury. Smyth vs. Ilcgarty. I Haw.
When a minor purchases land, he
must make his election within a
rcasonabletimcafter reaching his ma
jority whether he will keep the land
and pay for it, or disaffirm the con
tract and return the land. He can
not keep the estate and refuse to
pay the consideration money. Ka
hanu vs. Thompson. 1 Haw. 235.
New trials are never granted up
on the ground of surprise, unless the
verdict is clearly and manifestly
against the evidence or the law, and
where it is manifest that the jury
liuve mistaken or abused their trust.
Walter vs. Grimes. 1 Haw. 31.
A motion for a new trial upon the
giound of newly discovered evi
dence, should be supported by affi
davit, showing the name of witness,
and what he will testify to if pro
duced upon another trial, and should
be accompanied by the affidavit of
the witness himself, as to what he
will testify to, in order that the
Court may judge of its materiality,
lb. 35, 30.
A new trial will not be granted on
the ground that improper evidence
was admitted on the trial, if there
be sufficient evidence without it to
warrant the finding of tho jury and
it docs not appear that injustice has
been done by the admission of the
improper evidence. Whittit vs.
Miller. 1 Haw. 82.
A new trial will not be gi anted on
the ground of excessive damages,
in an action for ciim. con., unless it
appears to the Court that the jury
acted under tho influence of undue
motives, or of gross en or or mis
conception of the subject. lb.
A motion for a new trial may bo
made at any time within ten days
after judgment has been entered up.
Fell et al. vs. Parke. 1 Haw. 289.
(See Civil Code, 1882, p. 335, sec.
A party may,pcndingaflrst motion
for a new trial, mako a second mo
tion, based on new and distinct
grouuds, not known to him at the
filing of tho first motion. lb.
BEFORE DOLE J.
Wednesday, April 3rd.
Tho King vs. Sam Kalalau and
Louisa Ah Tim. Appeal by defend
ants from Police Court, Honolulu.
Still on trial before a Hawaiian jury.
PROF. SCOTT'S TALK.
Last evening Prof. M. M. Scott
gave an exceedingly interesting talk
on "Books and reading," at tho
parlors of tho Y. M. C. A. Tho
attendance was very largo. Prof.
Scott was introduced to the audieuco
by Mr. F. J. Lowroy, President of
the Y. M. C. A.
Prof. Scott said he could not dic
tate the books to be rcad as thcio
was a difference in taste. " The light
trashy novels should bo kept nway
from the children, for if they ac
quire a taste for such they will not
care to read anything else. As an
illustration the Professor spoko of a
Jopanose fioing into an Englih res
taurant. He took up the bill of
fare and when the waiter came
round pointed to tho first item. The
waiter brought him soup. The Jap
ordered a second and third time and
still it was soup. By the time he
had eaten the third plate he felt
pretty well filled up, and did not re
quire anything else.
A young man, said the professor,
should read up concerning liis occu
pation, whatever his profession. He
should make himself familiar with
the history of his country, the peo
ple, Industries and so forth, and
then learn of its literature, not to
read exhaustively but make himself
familiar with it. English histoiy,
which dates a long way back should
be taken up, and he should make him
self familiar with the great epochs
of the history nnd literature of Eng
land. Young men need not be dis
couraged on account of expense, for
books which included all this infor
mation could be purchased all the
way from 2o cents. To go farther,
Roman and Grecian history should
Parents should provide their chil
dren with .illustrated papers and ma
gazines, and should rather make
reading attractive, than drive their
children to it. There are many his
tories written up specially for" chil
dren. Prof. Scott spoke in a happy and
foicible manner of the bibfe. li
was one of the lirst hooks that young
men should read. Without familial -ity
with the bible they could not
pioperly understand history, laws
and literature, and they could not
appreciate the art galleiies of Eu
rope. The Professor spoke for about an
hour and was attentively listened to.
Several questions were asked him at
the close and were answered.
A GOOD second hand Solid Leather
J. W. LUN1NG,
2U2t P. O Box 155.
A PERSON to cut, cuio nnd bale,
crop of Wheat llnj, nliout 100
acres. For particulars inquire of
J. R. ROBERTSON,
211 lw Or ,M. jn. ENuudeis.
r"BMIE adjourned meeting of the re-i
X dents and properly owners of Bete
luniii slp-i't nnd ni'iirliborlio"d will lie
held on THURSDAY, Aiil 4Hi, tit 11
o'clock a. m , at Uic Chamber of Com
merce, It the purpose of recciviiit!
Committee report nnd to take action
ai?i gt TIIK COMMITTEE.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
corner of Fort and
ehool sticets, over of u
itcie with one Cottage. Applv m
2U tf J. M. VIVAS.
WE the undersigned have thlsdaj
foimed a copartnership under
the firm nnme of Nam Hung Lung Co.,
for the puiposa of conducting uusIiicm
of buying und selling good", waiesnnd
merchandise, at No f4, Nuuanu Btieoi
CHAN MAN CIIOY.
LOW AH HOW,
Honolulu, March 28, 18Q. 214 3l
r IHE lewnlrv blmflif'KH 1ipr.tnfnrn nnr
JL rkd on under tho firm name ol
Gomes & iclunan lias passed into the
solo possession nnd owucishlp of tin
undersigned, by purchase, ond will
hereafter bo carried on Ly him at the
old stand, Foitstrcci, Honolulu, where
all outstanding accountsnretn ho Rfitlcd.
II. F. WIOHMAN.
Honolulu. Feb. 21), 1-80. 2i:i I w 8.1 It
Vichy Water !
GENUINE Vichy Water for sale.
Price, 15 cent u dozen.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
211 lw 2a .Uoichaut street.
AWELL-UHOKEN, 1st olacs
Mulo, and 0 bets of liar.
ticsi. Apply to
Cor. Queen & I urn huowl sticets.
LOST from Hie Thomas
Place, Plikoi strcit,
on Friday morning,
March 22ud, at 5 o'clock
Ono Dark Horte, marked with thistle
brand on hip, has right forward fool
white, long tail, shaggy mono nnd fore,
lock. Return to King Jiros, Hotel
6trect, or tho Thomas Place. 200 tf
ltd. MONUOK, Indies' nurse, has
removed to No. a, Kukui lane.
APML Q, 1S59L
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Bv order of Mr. L. B. Kerr I will s 11
al P blic Auction nt hi- ioro Qui en
siren, (uremia- formerly decuple I by
T. 11. Davles & Co.,)
On Friday, April 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91..
A. Lot, oi Tullor GooiIm
Muttons, Lin inc.
Single Suit and Pant Patterns,
Etc, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Tl'.mi AT HATiB.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
2 4 2t Auctioneer.
Uyord rof Mr Ch.i. H. Judd, I will
sell nt Publ c Auction, at my
!"&lernom. (Jut-en street,
On WEDNESDAY, April 17th,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
TJa;U.3iac uperir block:
i Bay Stdlion "Bosiell Weodburn,"
Site- lj Bos ell, Mre of Aluiont;
rlrsi data Ldy oedburn.
i Black Stallion "Charcoal,"
Sired by Triunudi, (sire of Casiinv
M. I'lnv, Jr,); llrsi dam liv C&utain
1 lm stallion "Mill,"
Sired by Triumph, llrst d.mi by
1 Buckskin Stallion,
Sired by Spiaydon.
Large Bay Mare "Puss,"
Sired by Q-neml Knox, Jr, flr,t
dam Sue or Tisilule Maie
Also, I Ladies Phaeton
BQy All the aboo Stoek with the
excuse ii u of 'Knilinlii," are biokcn tu
linrns, nnd with the exce limiofthe
'BiH-UbUin Slullion," weis till b td a
Horses & Colts !
FOR SALE at AUCTION
On Wednesday, April 17th
AT VZ O'CLOCK XOOJI,
Al mi Salei'onm, Qieen street. will
bell at Public AtiCiimi, the fol
lowing Horses At Colm:
1 IRoaii JfcEoi'sie !
Broken to Harness and Sadd'e.
Sired by King William, out of a
1 Brown Hortue !
Brolo u 10 II irnu s nnd Huddle
B'ped uy Lunalilo, out of a Native
1 Sorrel MARE !
Broken to Saddle.
By nn Impo ted Stullion, out of
Ntitivtt Marcs. Not handled or
BSf For further purllculurs apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to OEctii Biiown. 214 eod.fit
ALL pcrnons huving claims against
W. L. Vrtdmlnirg will pleuho
present them to I hnrhs (.rcighton on or
i eforc June HO, I8H9. IOi 1m
rpHE copartnership heictoforo exist
JL ing between J Coerper nnd K.
ilu'chibon under t tic firm niuiie of
Hutchifoii k Cocrncr, v,as tliU day
dU oived by miiiuul eoR'-nt.
Honolu'u, March BD, l'SO. 211 3t
'PUIS partiirrMiln heretofore rxlnin
I between M. K. SandoM an I F.I.
Outicr under tbo nnntu of humler' h
piuvbGii ban bion dissolved. Tho IniHi.
nets will lie can led on In M. N. S.indern
us heretofore. F. 1. Ciillur lu not autlio.
rlecl to collect any monies duu tho tirin,
eitlur on the express bus oceb or lor the
cartage of rubluah.
200 lm M. N. SANDERS.
San FiuNcifeco, Cau,
February 10 18-0
7nE herewith certify tutu Mesais.
TT Dodd & Miller are otirdul) an.
thorized and only ngenis for the Ha.
waiian Isliwda for tho nale of our Lager
Beer in kec".
JOHN WI ELAND BREYVINO CO.,
100 tf John it. Wieland Bio,.
FHE OLDEST DAILY lu the
X, Kingdom "Tbo Dally Bulletin.'
B. P. EHLEBS &
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ABB OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
By this next steamer the Leading Milli
nery House of Chas. J. Fishel will receive
an Entire New Stock of Goods. Notice of
opening will be given.
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd,
FORT STKEET, HONOLULU.
ST BAKGAINS - New Lino of g- BAKGAIN8 -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SEELF-HAWAEE, PLOWS & GBN'L MERCHANDISE.
Novelties mid Funcj-Goods, In Lnrgc Varloty.
MUfi -i-ionmcd Cottage
on Punchbowl s-treel
ue.ir Uic Mormon ( liuicli, n
Hue health locality, quiet nricliborliood.
Inquire of ' A. VOGEL,
18U tf At Ed. Hoffcchlnefe'cr & Uo.'s.
ROOMS TO LET
J ed llooms. Bo:
mrd if re.
quired. Apply nt"t liambut-
lain Houhe" King s-treel, opposite Ka
naiahno Seminary. 181 tl
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
INKw Cutundir Car
riaco Iu-t fliut-hed
and handoincly ti inimed
in first club- style must be immediately
sold to clne an ai-ignmrnt, can be seen
nt W. II. PaL'f'1- canape manufuetury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES (f tho Hawaiian Directory
fur 1888-9 recently published by
llie McKciiuey Directory Co for sale
Prico $3 CO.
IIAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
STOUY Cottage, nearly
now, coiitiuiiinc parlor.
itining.room, 4 bedroom-, kit-
elien, bathroom and water.closet, veran
das, stable, wagon-shed, cblrken house
'ind yard, floer garden, etc. Lot J)5x
100 tee , and leatttd lol adj duiui; 15x7
leel. niiunle at Kapalama, raaukn side
of King stieet. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
(NG established in a de
sirable locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
Ji yours nt low rental is i It'orcd, (on
ni coii.-.l of ill-hcitlth), uiihoui bonus, to
party buying the furniture at u fair
valuation. I here are 2.i rooms on the
fncmii-ck well furnished, yielding a
landsome le venue Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Two Valuable Lots,
bituatc on Eiilaokahua Plains to
Lot No. 107 on Government map
of hulanltahiia Plains, with cotingo and
oiii.buildiiics, hluido and choice fruit
ires. This lot hns a frontago of lOl.'l
leet on Borctuuia street and depth ol
148.4 feet. Cottage now occupied by
Mr. D. Lyons.
Lot Jio. 8-1 on raid map with house
nnd oiil-bulldiugs and flno fruit and
Muido in ca ThTa lot fronts on Young
Btriet 101.0 feet and lias a depth
of 148.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
These lots adjoin that valuable pro
perly owned and occupied by Mr. W.
Maertens, and are tho property of Mrs.
JgyThey will be fold cither in parcels
it ns a whole, i'oi further information
apply to WM. O. SMITH,
204 tf Attorney for, Nancy Wirt.
m Estate !
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
i i wj-wuhimhi
.NOTICE to CREDITORS.
TVTR. F. WlLtlfcLM, or Wnimea,
-LYJL Komi, huviiii; made an assign
ment to .lie undersigned lor the beuelit
of liis cuditorB, nil peisons having any
claims ngtirii-t said F. Wilhclm are
hereby lequcsled to pici-cnt the sime to
the un Unsigned at the office of II. Hack
feld & Co. within tlnee months from
date, and all persons indebted to said
F. Wilhcliu ore r. quested lo make im.
medium pujineut to Air. W. D. bcliinidt
at Wuimea. or to
J. F. HACKFFLD,
Assignee of F. Ullhelm.
Honolulu, Mini li 25, lHfcO. i07 7t
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM ha removed his
i-hop Horn Kine street to McCar
thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort street, where
he is pieparwl to suve with the best
care and nc.itncss the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
All. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ofllne nnd phaiuiitcy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, coinei Hotel and R'chard
stieets. Scientific treatment in nil din.
cases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attendid to. Mutual Teliplione 8,r)4,
P. O Box 32fi. mh-18.89
Having secured the services of a
First OIuhh Cook
And mndi! many other changes in the
management we are now pre
pared to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honololn.
Real Birip Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery export! d from Balbr'ggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co (L'd), has this
TrodeMttik on each article.
Club House DiuiDg Room
5 lg j I Q
By an Act of Parliament lately raseed
ll if made a felony lo use tho word Dal.
brlggan on goods not manufactured
there either by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unlcxrf tho
place where manufactured Is also stated
In equally large letters as the word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original Ualhrlggati Holers,
Per V. O. Sproull.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In all colors and styles,
Specially made to my order and pattern,
20Mf W. O. WrUOlTJLL.
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