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jfe DY AUTHORITY.
Motlce to the Delinquent Tax-Payers.
On and utter to-day, tho Sth of
Ajjril, nil Tuxes will be payable at
the Tax Assessor's Oflice in tho Kiv
No ten per cent charge will be
made, unless a warrant has been
issued or a suit commenced against
the person or firm wishing to pay.
C. A. BROWN,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes for
tho Island of Oahu.
218 lw 811 It
Dkpartmkxt ok Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 188..J
The following persons have been
nppointed Assessors and Collcctois
of TaxeB for the respective Taxation
Divisions of the Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late the Law, relating to tho 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, Molokui, and Lanai.
HERBERT C. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior.
C. W. Ashford,
212 lm 82 4t
Pledged to neither Sect nor -Party,
Sut established for the benefit of ell.
INDEPENDENCE AND ANNEXA
TION. jS-The commotion created by com
plications at insignificant little Sa
moa, during the last few months
past, has given rise to considerable
talk in the press of the United
States, Europe, and the Australa
sian colonies respecting the inde
pendence of the Samoan group of
islands, and other islands of the Pa
cific Ocean, including Hawaii Nei.
Some remarkable statements have
found their way into print touching
the designs and intentions of Great
Britain, of Germany, and of the
Unitad States, in regard to this
kingdom. Some accounts say that
England has made up her mind to
have the country ; others that Ger
many has decided that she shall be
our future head ; and others again
that the United States will ere long
annex us to the Union. Most of this
talk is undoubtedly creations of ac
tive imaginations, and has no more
solid foundation than the story
about the man in the moon.
As to whether it is better for this
country to retain its independence
or to become annexed to some one
of tho great powers, we hold that
independence is preferable, so long
as the country is capable of govern
ing itself. Our government is not
a model government: far from it.
We are not disposed to fall down
and worship cither our system or
the men entrusted with the duty of
operating it. But for all that, we
see no reason for believing that an
nexation to either of the Great Pow
ers named, or to any country what
soever, would bring us anything
better. It is quite within the limits
of possibility that wo might get
worse. To bo sure, some peoplo
honestly think that annexation, say,
to the United States, would at once
give us a government vastly supe
rior to what we have a government
approximating to perfection. If
those gentlemen will kindly desig
nate wherein' and how our govern
ment would be improved by that or
any other annexation, wo might pos
sibly be convinced that wo are in
prror. In the mcantimo we
maintain that the country is capable
of governing itself, and that the
government which it has, with all
its defects, is at least as good as
any government likely to be con
ferred upon it by annexation to any
other country. Moreover, we hold
that defects of the government how
existing arc fully within the power
of tho peoplo to remedy, and that if
they arc permitted to continue inde
finitely tho people lme themselves
only to blame.
Now, should it come to pass from
any cause whatsovcr, internal or ex
ternal, that the Hawaiian Islands
can no longer remain an independ
ent nation, it is our opinion, care
fully formed, that they should and
must become a part of the United
States of America. Ulverglnu for a
moment, Australia, n great conti
nent and now a part of tho British
empiic, is destined to become a
great and independent nation The
islands of New Zealand, Tasmania,
and Fiji arc already possessed and
occupied by the same people. The
Samoan group, the Tonga group,
and numerous other islands and
groups of islands in that ocean be
long geographically to Australia, as
a centre. Australia cannot, in the
exercise of sound policy, permit
Germany, the United States, or any
other nation to take and perma
nently hold Samoa. Samoa belongs
to Australia, and to nobody
else. The Hawaiian Islands
arc in a somewhat similar po
in regard to the United
That country can not and
will not permit any other country to
take and hold this country. In ad
dition to considerations of State
policy, indicated by geographical
position, the facts that American in
terests are paramount hero, and that
our commercial interests arc mainly
almost exclusively associated
with her, ally us to the United
States, and make it her duty to an
nex us when we can no longer main
tain our independence.
The Collector-General's table of
domestic exports for the quarter
ending March 31, 1SS9, gives the
total value as 4,709.S35.74. Sugar
heads the Hit with $4,554.S60.07 ;
rice has second place. $103.0-1.45 :
bananas third. S2.075.50: -
hides fourth. 515,610.07. As coi-
pared with the corrspoigqrter
of the previous year. 1B55. there i
an increase in quantity of all ex
ports, exci-pt rice, wool, and sheep
skins. In each of these there is a
decrease rice 1,570,200 pounds,
wool SG,5G pounds, and heci
skins 118 pieces. The increase is
in sugar, hides, bananas, tallow,
goatskins, cattle, betel leaves, mo
lasses, coffee, and taro flour. Cattle
and taro flour did not appear in the
quarter of 1S88. The increase in
sugar is 14,84G,o2C pounds. Tallow
is more than doubled, while the
jump in coffee is from 200 pounds
to 2,200 pounds.
The variety of our exports is not
great, and most of those on the list
are comparatively insignificant in
quantity,ll else amounting to but
little when compared with our great
staple, sugar; but the total value
for the quarter ending with the last
month, exceeding 1,700,000, is
surprisingly great for a population
of less than 80,000 people, all told.
The increase of quantity over the
corresponding quarter of the pre
vious year is a satisfactory leature,
and we have now entered upon the
second quarter of this year with the
encouraging intelligence that our
main product and export hns risen
in price, with prospects of tho rise
MORE CARE NEEDED.
Editor Bulletin : Would it not
be well if the Tramways cars were
driven with more care. This morn
ing an old and valued citizen who
was driving slowly down Foit street,
had a very narrow escape from being
smashed by a Tramways car which
was being rapidly driven down King
street. The driver gave no sign or
signal of his approach, and the es
cape of the old gentleman was almost
5-1 11 J I .1 I
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BUl'OUE M'CULLV J.
Saturday, April 13th.
Ih re estate Sarah B. Whitney.
Petition of Benjamin D. Whitney
for probato of will. .Hearing con
tinued from the 11th inst. Ordered
that will be admitted to probate and
that letters testamentary be issued
to petitioner under 6100 bond. No
notico to creditors as there arc no
John Richardson, libellant, vs.
Elizabeth V. S. Richardson, libellee.
Divorce, in Second Judicial Circuit
Court. Motion of lihelleo for ali
mony, counsel fees and expenses of
trial. The Court orders 100 to bo
paid to W. A. Whiting, tholibellec's
counsel for alimony, and $125 for
counsel and wltncr3 fees. W. O.
Smith for libellant, W. A. Whiting
BEST PA PER to subscribe
X. for is the "Daily
cents per month.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. X.,
THE CHINESE 111 HONOLULU.
Tho total population of the Ha
waiian Islands does not exceed 80,
000 at tho highest estimato, all told ;
the best authorities place it some
where between G0,000 and 70,000,
or barely half that of Fiji. Yet al
ready tho Chinese number from onc
n.iinrtcr to one-third of the whole,
and, as everywhere else where their
interests conic into collision with
those of tho whites, they have been
tried and found wanting. It was in
1878 that the Hawaiian Government
llrst addressed an olllcial communi
cation to the Canton Viceroy,
through Mr. Mackrill Smith, their
Aotinc Consul-Gcncral for Hong
kong ; but the Chinese authorities
showed no readiness to open up
olllcial relations with so insignifi
cant a Power. Hawaii, however, is
perfectly independent, and like its
quasi protector, the United States,
annually celebrates its Independence
Day its emancipation from the con
trol of cither FrancoorGrcatBiitain,
which two great Powers are sup
posed to have had designs upon the
group, and finally agreed to mutu
ally abstain in favor of native rul
ers. Kamehameha the Great was
the first Hawaiian monarch to unite
by conquest the different principal
ities into one kingdom ; but all this
race arc long extinct or discredited,
good Queen Emmaisdcad,amlKala
kaua now reigns. Opium smoking is
.i criminal offence in Hawaii. As in
Australia, cw Zealand, and the
United States, the objection to the
Chinese is of doubtful purity. Quite
recently a Chinese Total Exclusion
Bill was introduced into, if not pass
ed by, the Hawaiian Legislature,
but it is unlikely that it will ever
take effect. That objection to the
Chinese which is based on the con
sideration of morals, or rather im
morality, is decidedly out of place,
and comes with bad grace from San
Francisco. The Chinese in Hono
lulu, as elsewhere, bring very few
Chinese women with them ; but this,
with the family views held by the
Chinese, is not much to be wonder
ed at, and would certainly bo reme
died if sufficient security were given
or even tacitly understood, that Chi
nese family rights would be respe.t
cd, and that facilities would be
given to obtain suitable land for
burial grounds. As it is, quite a
considerable number of Chinese
have brought women with them, and
have settled permanently in the
country, whdst the majority content
then-selves wiih toDnections, more
or !e?s tporry. fo. ed with the
ks.. wts:a. '"bo here, unlike
what s the ce in Fiji, are ready to
5-ell tbeir charms, to the highest bid
der. It is admitted that the Chinese
have been the immediate and sole
means of bringing under cultivation
a great deal of waste land which
would otherwise ne er lm e been
brought under cultivation at all : as
coolies they work well, and as quiet
ly as any others : but the difficulty
is that they are rarely willing to re
main as laborers one day longer than
their contract time. "With his genius
for peddliue and huckstering, every
Chinaman who shall hare saved a
hund ed dollars conceives an irre
sistible ambition to open a store, or
a barber's shop, a cook house, vege
table garden, carpenter's booth, or
what not; and it is universally
granted that the white man has no
show at all when he is pitted in free
competition with the economical, pa
tient, and industrious Chinese. The
finest stores in Honolulu are at least
half Chinese, and it need hardly be
said that goods are obtained there,
as at Shanghai, much cheaper than
at the foreign stores. The "boys" at
the hotels are neatly dressed Chi
nese, and John seems quite at home
in the ait of mixing ice-cream
drinks, and in running the business
of a saloon. Tho best offers for
leaseholds are made by Chinese,
who, however, show a very natural
reluctance to purchase land in the
islands outright. If thej' were en
couraged to do so, and if the islands
were ruled after the sensible fashion
in which the British rule Hongkong
and Singapore, the Hawaiian group
would soon be sufficiently populated
by an industrious alien race, and the
surviving natives would find their
level as wives or servants of the
Chinese. The great want of the
country is labor, and without a con
stantly fresh supply the magnificent
sugar, coffee, nnd banana planta
tions can never hope to compete
with other places at a profit. It is
only United States protection, and
the powerful influence of Spreckel
Brothers which, even now, make the
sugar export to California a profit
able one. There is n fair proportion
of Chinese amongst the prisoners in
jail ; but the easiness of Hawaiian
penitentiary discipline maybe judg
ed from the fact that on the Ring's
birthday tho prisoners of all nation
alities were engaged in dancing reels
and native posturing in a carpen
ter's Blied adjoining tho street, to
the music of a bandoline or guitar.
China town, or that part of Hono
lulu which is chiefly inhabited by
Chinese, differs in no way from the
lower purlieus of Hongkew. There
is a hxoci kwun, or guild, which
(nearly the whole population hailing
from Kuangtung) is described ac
cordingly as tho Chinese and not as
the Cantonese Guild, as it otherwise
would be. Chincso proclamations
posted about the streets show that
the guild is practically an official
corporation under the control of the
Minister at Washington, who sub
mits his proposition to the Viceroy
at Canton. One of these documents
proves beyond a doubt what means
are sanctioned by the Chinese Gov
ernment when it wishes to put pres
sure on its subjects nbroad, and it
would bo well to bear this in mind.
After warning ccitnin ill-disposed
Chinese from levying blackmail
(possibly aiding in collecting taxes)
on Chinese shops, tho threat is ut
tered that tho Viceroy of Canton, in
conjunction with tho Canton magis
trates, will order tho arrest of of
fenders' relatives in China in case
of disobedience. The Japanese, on
the other hand, arc heartily wel
comed as immigrants, and the Taka
sago Maru quite recently arrived
with a freight of 1000 of them. Tho
Hawaiian Government very sensibly
insists on a proper proportion of
women, and accordingly 200 of the
latter accompanied the men an ar
rangement which, when the easy
morals of the Japanese are consider
ed, will give ample opportunities to
satisfy the several aspirations of
both sexes. The Japaneso do not
live in the town like Chinese, but on
nlnntations. or in village communi
ties, whore they patiently till the
soil. Being less troubled than the
Chinese by tho considerations of
home-sickness and ancestral claims,
the Japanese, who, moreover, do
not smoke onium or trouble them-
selves with political intrigues, arc
undoubtedly an improvement on the
Chinese, it may be mentioned that
large numbers of them have found
their way to Queensland and South
Australia (Port Darwin); but in
this instance the trade they conduct
if congenial and profitable, is not
elevating to tho moral instincts, and
involves a decided disproportion of
the sexes, which, as is also the case
with them in Annam, Siam, Burmah
and Malay lauds, works quite in the
contrary direction to that effected
by the Chinese. The Japanese
coolies receive 15 dollars a month
and find thcmselve. Their con
tract is for three years, and they
pay their own passage to Honolulu
in instalments. North China Her
ald. . NORMAL GLASSES.
The school teachers in tho employ
of the Government will be required
to attend normal classes from April
22d to the -Gth, inclusive. The
Boat d has appointed the following
gentlemen as instructors: John A.
Moore at Honolulu, for Oahu teach
ers ; Alatau T. Atkinson at Wai
luku, for Maui teachers; M. M.
Scott at Lihue, for Kauai teachers ;
P. L. Lord at Ililo, for Hilo, Puna
aud Ilamakua teachers. Kohala,
Kau aud Ken a teachers may attend
at Wailuku, Honolulu or Ililo. Dur
ing the convention an examination
at each of the above-named places,
for Grammar Grade Certificates,
will be held. The subjects will be
Arithmetic, Algebra, Grammar,
Composition, Physiology, Theorj'
and Practice, (Pedagogy) Writing,
Physical Geography, Outlines of
GOLD Locket, cucaving on back
Me Ke Aloha Harry." Anyone
returning same to Bullets Office will
be rewarded. 223 3t
Furnished Rooms To Let
CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to
let at the McGrcw Ilouse,
recently occupied by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl street, opposite the North
Pacific Institute. 223 lm
A LL parties who are indebted to the
IX. firm of Egan & Co , 75 and 77
Fort street, are requested to make an
immediate settlement. Legal actions
will he taken on all accounts which re.
main unpaid May 1, 188 i. 223 td
BY mutual consent the partnership
heretofore existing betwten Manuel
igueira and Joay de Kreitas, under the
firm name of Figueira & Co., Ins this
day been dlsolved; Figneira continuing
the business aud assuming all nihilities
contracted by said Figuuira ('o,up
10 April 8, 18S0.
JOSE dc FKEITAS.
Honolulu, Apill 111. 1889. 223 3t
HAVING sold out my Pala Store to
Cnptam Geo. Ileincmann 1 would
bespeak tor him n continuation of the
liberal custom heretofore given mo by
the people of Bala and neighborhood.
Ho intends to continue to keep the lines
heretofore kept there by me and add
thorcto a larger line of dry goods.
0. II. DICKEY,
namakunpoko, April 5, 1889.
Gram E "GJ.Wilm"
Has just arrived with an
From England and Germany.
I'OIt HAIill AT
H. Hackfeld & Oo.'s.
JUST TO HAND !
i'it ";. x. wii.cox."
A Fresh Supply of the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
k Spaten Braeu "
In Quails & Pints.
F. A. SCHAEFER & Go.
APRIL 13, 1889.
Auctlon Sales by James F, Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
In front of my Salesroom, Queen street,
after the sale of Stallion9 & Colts,
I will poll at Public Auc-
Hon without reserve,
4 Chicago Road Carts !
4 Honolulu Patent Shnft Brake?,
1 Top Brake with Fenders,
OISJK TOJ? JSTJGGrY I
2 Phrctons, 1 Uarrlnge,
3 Family Carriages I
1 Doublo Sent Buggy, and
3 Second Hand Buggies.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
order of Mr. Chas. H. J mid, I will
sell nt Public Auction, at my
Salcsinom, Queen sticct,
On WEDNESDAY, April 1 7tli,
AT IS! O'CIiCIUIf XOOX.
The fulloaing Superior Slock:
1 Bay Stallion "Boswell Woodbum,"
Sired by Boswell, (-ire of Alinont;
llrM dam Lilly Woodbum.
1 Black Stallion "Cliarcoal,"
Shed by Tiiumnh, (sire of Cnssins
JI. Clny, Jr,)j llrht dam by Captain
Triumph, llrst dam
1 Buckskin Stallion,
Sired by Spraydon.
1 Large Bay Mare "Puss,"
Sired by General Knox, Jr., first
dam Sue or Tisdulu Mate.
Also, 1 Ladies Phaeton
BSf All the uboe Stock with- the
exception of "Kailiuhi," are broken to
names, and with the exception of the
"Buckskin Stallion," were all bred at
Horses & Colts I
FOR SALE at AUCTION
On Wednesday, April 17tli
AT 12 O'CLOCK. XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, the fol-
lowing Horses & Colts:
1 Eoax -EEovse !
Broken to Harness and Saddle.
Sired by King William, out of a
1 Brown 3Etorse !
Broken to ILirne'B and Saddle.
Sired by Lunalilo, out of a Native
1 Sorrel TVT AT-.Til !
Broken to Saddle.
FIVE COLTS !
By an Imported
CSr For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to Cecil Bhown.
NOTICE J)F SALE !
BY virtuu of a power of salo contained
in a certain mortgage deed given
by .1. D. Pononui to Kculina, of North
Kohala, Hawaii, dated October 10. 1887,
and recorded In Liber 110, pago 125, and
in pursuance- nf notico of inlentlon to
foreclose heretofore published, there
will ho sold at Public Auction, by .las.
F. Morgan, Auctioneer, at his Sales
room, Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 29th,
AT 1!4 O'CLOCK XOOX,
All and Singular tlie Premises,
by said mortgage deed
IhI All those Picmises situated at
Lahultki, Kukuipahu, Kohala, Hawaii,
nnd mora particularly described in L.
C. A. 8891, to Kukalohi, containing an
area of 0 acres j and conveyed to said
J. D. Pononui by deed of said Kukaloho
recorded in Liber 85, pago !".
JJiul All those Remises described
in J,. C. A. 8692, tp Koaplimoku. con.
tabling an area of 1G 3-10 acres, together
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed to said J, D. Pononui by
deed of ICeoahu et ul, heirs of tuid
grantee, recorded in Liber 52, page 172.
Aud all tho HrIiU and privileges to the
W. O. Acui, attorney for mortgagee.
Honolulu, April 12, 1889.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
828 8tcoa Auctioneer.
Carriages & Bites
YaliA j Slock !
B. P. IHLEES
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AltB OFFISH INO
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
SPECIAL BABGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received a
Clias. J. Fisliel's New Stock of Summer
Millinery will be opened lip in a few days.
Due notice of opening will be given in tliis
ET BARGAINS "J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices thou ever
-No-vclticH unci ITsiiicy Goods, In -Oarrc Variety.
HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
VALUABLE Lot nt the
corner of Fort nnd
School Bticets, over X of an
acre with onu Cottage. Applv to
2U tf .T. M. "VIVAS.
ROOMS TO LET
ed Rooms. Board if re
quired. Apply at "Chambei-
lain Home," King street, opposite Ka
waiahao t'eminary. 184 tf
TO do housework in a piivate family
by a capable Swedish Girl who
has good recommendations from foinicr
employers. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cutundcr Car
riuge jutt finished
and handsomely trimmed
in llrst class style must he immediately
sold to closo an assignment, can he seen
at W. 11. Page's ciiriage innnufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
.STOUY Cotingr, nearly
new, conttiiniiitr parlor.
dluing.ioom, i bedrooms, kit
chen, bathroom and water-closet, vcran
das, b table, wagon. shed, chicken house
and yard, flower garden, etc. Lot 95x
100 leet, and leased lot adjoining 75.7.'i
feet. Situate at Knpalama, mauka side
of Kins street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUS1NES3 AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LONG established in a de
sirable locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired lease at
8 years at low rental is offered, (on
aecouht of ill-health), without bonus, to
party buying thu furniture nt a lair
valuation. 'Iheie are 2.5 looms on tho
promise1! well furnished, yielding a
handsome lovenm Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
NOTICE is heieby given that my wife,
Hlwela, having left my bed and
board, I will not be responsible for
debts contracted by her.
Sprcckelsvllle, April 1, 1880. 218 lw
THEpaiUership heretofore existing
between M. N. Bandore and F. I.
Cutter uuder the name of Sunder. Ex
press Co. has been dissolved. Tho husi.
ness will be carried on by M. N. Sanders
as heretofore. F. 1. Cutter is not autho
rized to collect any monies due tho Aim,
either on the express business or for tho
cartage of rubbish.
200 lni M. N. SANDERS.
TO all whom it may concern: I, tho
undersigned, hoiehy give notico
that my wife, Alls. Enunu Alolau, has
left my bed and board, without any jtut
cause or piovocation. I have taken
good care of her and our children,
clothed them, but it was not nf any use,
she waB bouud to go astray and leave
me. Theiefore, I heiehy caution every
storo owner of every nationalities in
this Kingdom, not to trust her on my
account. Any debts contracted by her,
I will not be responsible for the same.
If she employs any attorney, 1 will not
pay his fees. All debts contracted by her
will bo on your own shoulders.
Kopaa, Kauai, April C, 1880, .20 tf
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
C6T BARGAINS -J
New invoice of
ALL pei sons h.ving claims against
W. L. Vridi'iiburg will please
present them to Charles Creightou on or
before June -0, 18S0. 1981m
San FnANCibco, Cat,.,
Fehruaiy 10, 181:0. J
T7T7E hin-with cerlily Hint Mcssis.
M Dodd & Miller aro our duly au
thoiized and only agents for the Ha
waliun Islands for the bale of our Lager
Beer in kegp.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
190 tf Johu H. Wieland Bros.
I-eiiiovnl of Barber Shop.
P. JARDIM. has removed his
shop Irom Kintr stieet to McCar
thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort street, where
ho is piepnrcd to servo with the best
care and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 23-80. ly
AR. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ollice and pharmacy ut Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, coiner Hotel und Richard
streets. Scientific treatment in all dis
eases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation and lanch slock promptly
attended in. Mutual Telephone S54,
P. O. Box 320. mh-18-89
Having secured the services of a
Fai-Ht hss Cook
And made many other changes in tho
management we nrc now pre.
partil to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Real Balbriggan Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrlpgan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), has this
Trade Murk on each nrtlele.
Kb w a
Club ilouse DiniDg Room
By an Act of Parliament lately passed
it is made a felony lo use the word Bo),
brlggan on goods not manufactured
there, either by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless the
pluco where manufactured is also stated
in equally large letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original Balbriggan Hosiers,
Per W. O. Sproull.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
in en t of
Gents Bfa.ll -hose,
In all colors and styles,
Specially made to my oider and pattern.
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