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All persona having business to trancact
at tho Qovcmmont Uutldlng may do so bo
twoon tho honrs o( 0 a. m. and -I r. m. dully
by Bocuring passos on application to tho
officer ol tho day.
JAMES B. CABTLK,
Bcorotary of tho Kx. and Ad. Councils.
Will bo received at tho Office of tho Koad
Supervisor, in tho Kapualwa HaUdlng,
until THUKBDA-?, Jan. 20th, at 1-J o'clock
noon, for furnishing to the Honolulu Hond
Board at Honolulu, the following items of
Tools and Matorials as per schedules here
with for six months from dnte, vl :
Mattock do ...
do Trays . .
Black Blasting Powder
Qlant do do
. . , per doz.
.. .. Wood Hulled
'25 lbs. kec,
50 lbs. boxes or key
Fuso and Qlant Powder Caps . . per box
Lard Oil pereave
Black Oil perbbl.
Machine OH per gnl. or bill.
Cylinder Oil do
Hope, Manila.. per coil
Wasto per bul
Nails, Galv., Gd per keg I
do 8d do
do 10d....' do
do 12d do
do 20d do
do 30d, 40d, 50d and OOd . . do
4 to 7 m
Nails, Iron, 00d
do Saddle per lb.
Buckets, Galv., 12, U and 111 in per doz.
Sperm Oil pergui.
Axlo Grease, Everlasting & Dickson's,
Carbolineum and l'razer's Coal Tur
Horseshoe Nails, Putnam, No. iSxi, So.
Horseshoes, Perkins, No. 100 .. . Boa
Kerosene Oil percaso, 10ca-eslu.
Hunt's Axes, Handled. . . . per do..
Shovels, Patent, Long Handles . . do
do Handles, Patent, Long and
Short Handles do
Shovels, Patent, Shoit Handles do
Hinges, Galv., b to 1.2 in.
per do?, pi s.
. . . do
. . . . do
. .. do
do Iron, 12 in .. ...
do do sin
N. W. Lumber, Timber
do do Plank
do do Boards ...
do do Scantling .. .
do do 1x3, 1x4 and 1x5
K. It. W. Lumber, Timber ....
do do Boards. . .
do do Battens..
do do Split Posts
5. W. Shingle'-
Galv. Iron Hooting, 5, 0, 7 and 8
Oak Plank, 2 to 3 in
. . per lb.
. .per It.
22 10 lbs. to ton
Australian Coal. .
Departure Bay Coal
Felloes Dump Cart Sizes . .. do
Spokes I do
Bar Iron, Bound and Flat, Heilned
Portland and Gorman Cement ..per bbl.
Bed Bricks per .
Lime per bbi.
Hamcs per pi.
Dump Cart Saddles Eaui.
Horse and Mulo Collars do
Scythes per doz.
Scythe Handles per doz.
Sledgo Hammers per lb.
Files Ass't but-
Lanterns per doz.
Lead per lb
Washers, Ass't Sizes . .. per pkg.
Screws, do do
Carriage Bolts, do do
Fish Oil per gal. or bin.
Rubber Packing per lb.
Emery Cloth per doz
Yard Brooms per doz.
Sheep Skin per piu-i
All bids must be endorsed "Tenders foi
Tools and Materials, Honolulu Ko.iu
All supplies must be delivered withn
One Mile of the P. O. free of charge, am
all the above supplies muit be subject t
the Boad Supervisor's approval.
The Koad Board do not bind them-elvi
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Honolulu Koad Board.
W. H. OUMMirGri,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu
Honolulu, January 1.', ls'JJ.
Tho following appointments of Clerks I.
the Judiciary Department hao bee.
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of the Judi
Messrs. F. W. Wupdenberg and Gcorgt
Lucas, Deputy Clerks of the Judiciary
Department for the First Circuit.
Mr. Goodalo Armstrong, Deputy Clin
ol the Judiciary Department for the bit-
Mr. Daniel Porter, Doputy Clerk of tin
Judiciary Department for tho Third anu
Mr. R. W. T. Purvis, Deputy Clerk ol
the Jndlelury Department for the Fifth
The Clerk of the Judiciary Department
is clerk ex officio of all the Courts of Record,
and the Deputy Clerks for the Firit Cir
cuit are also Clerks of the Supreme Court.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, Jan. 10, Ib'M.
NOTICE TO OWNERS Or BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bu re-rrgls-Ured
prior to July 1, lBlM, or they will bu
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oalui shall bo mado at
the Interior Ollice.
On the other Islands It shull bu done at
tho Offices of tho several BUvtllTn,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec, 2, 1801!, 6U-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 181)3.
Tho regular editor of the Bulletin
hns resumed cliargo of tho paper
after a week's illness. Ho would ro
turu thanks to the many kind fiiends
who have eviueod sympathy for him
in word and deed.
Many people seem possessed sinee
the proelamation of martial law with
a burning desire to be out late at
night and to requiio a pass for that
purpose. Most of their wives prob
ably wish that martial law would be
porpotually enacted as to tho en
forced staying in at night.
Learn to do justice. To follow
this maxim, wo must think justly
and feel justly lirst beforo wo can
perform it. Everyone should weigh
his actions with care, both before
and after doing them, to see if ho is
now acting justly. Ee just to the
other side, but bo strictly just to
Many men are making history
aero but tho writing will be done by
othor hands. Remember, then, ye
that do, that those who write hae
the making or unmaking of you in
iho future. Act then so that your
conduct, thoughts and expressions
.vill boar tho fiorco light of sciutiny
and description and conio out as you
mean them to como out.
"With what measure ye meet, it
hall bo measured to 3011 again."
This quotation from that "oil of
juro English uudeiiled" King
James' version of tho Bible has a
peculiar significance at the present
imo. All who believe in tho author
.t3 of H0I3 Scripturo should ponder
m those words and their applicabil
.t3 to tho present situation. Thoir
houghts will make a bettor sermon
than wo could preach.
Thoro was a baseloss rumor start
ed round town yesterday evening b3
oomo of those foolish biibybodioa,
who aro over imagining things ex
traordinar3, to tho oll'ect that the
tlou. W. H. Cornwell had stowed
away on tho Claudine. It was, of
course, absolutely untrue. People
should bo very careful just now to
believe no rumors or fairy tales
started possibly as practical joke's,
but more often tho outcomings of
.inreasoning suspicion and fear.
Tho Provisional Government aro
Joing everything in their power, wo
near, to got a proper systematizing
of our present state of affaits into
-omething much easier and morn
pleasant to overy well-disposed per
son to bo under. If statement
aiado bo true they aro showing them
selves vory willing to render all p"r
sons affected by tho change overy
service possible in tho con litiou of
affairs. This is as it should be. Lei
all work together in peace and quiet
ness and friendliness till tho solution
f tho situation is given from
Lot all persons follow tho example
f ouo or two that havo already boon
loted and seek to avoid all causes of
friction or ill-fooling. Let overy
hing be arranged with tho least
possible bluster or show of author
ity. Concede to all men that thoy
nay be possibly right, although not
iccording to your view of tho situa
ion, and rouso no feelings of re
.eugo or hatied to bo afterward
t'eaped a hundredfold in a hart est
if injury and ill-feeling. Now is the
time for men to show their true
nature, whatever it may bo, and wo
counsel our readers to carefully
,'iiard their speech and actions that
hoy may not disclose anything in
.hat lino which will bo remembered
co thoir future disadvantage.
Tho Now York Evening Post says:
fho settlement of the Oregon con
eats makes it possible to givo an ac
urato table of tho vote for Presi
dent as it should bo cast 1)3 the
Electoral College and which will
iliow: Total number of votes, 411;
M'cohsary to a choice, 223; Clove
and's majority, 108. Tho total vote
if tho respective candidates is as fol
lows: Cleveland, 27(1; Harrison, 111,
and Weaver, 21.
Tho foregoing is from tho latest
American despatches. Within a
couplo of hours after tho steamer
from .San Francisco with first elec
tion news arrived on November 20
tho iiiTLLCTi.v extra was out giving
Iho vote as follows: Cleveland 2(57,
Harrison 1 15, Weaver 28. This was
wonderfully oloso to the actual re
sult, when it is rememberod that the
returns from which our table was
compiled wore scattered over several
days' papeis, and a number of States
woio still in doubt.
According to tho following from
tho Now York Herald of recent
dale, tho United States is going to
have a detached maritime territory
in tho Atlantic presented to her by
some of her own cili.eus:
A syndicate of American capital
ists lias acquired virtuul control of
tho Island of San Domingo by pur
ohneo of tho right to eollect tho
customs revenues of the country,
which are principally derived from
tho tobacco monopoly. Tho preciso
terms are withheld, but it is under
Stood 3,500,000 is agreed upon. Tho
concessions wore lioretoforo con
trolled by Messrs. WestomdorfT,
bankors, of Amsterdam. A hitch
which has occurred will call soveral
niombors of the syndicate to tho
island, but tho time of thoir de
parture is Kept secret. The scheme
makes tho holders of tho concession
tho practical rulers of tho republic,
because they pay tho ollicials. Tho
concession will also givo tho United
States a harbor and coaling station
That cholera is a torriblo scourge
needs no saying. Its records aro ap
palling enough to mako it justly
feared. Yet thero is danger that, in
times of fear at its approach,
enemies none tho less destructive
although more insidious in thoir
progiess may bo neglected. This is
tho case in Now York just now with
regard to typhus fever, which has
been allowed to advance, b a sort
of sapping and mining process in
unsanitary quarters, until a devast
ating epidemic is threatened. Diph
theria is another scourge that slays
its thousands in many paitsof tho
United States and Canada, yot it
does not seem to oxcito that earnest
endeavor of medical science to pro-
ont or to cure it which has boon
availing to almost abolish tho fatal
power of other foil diseases. For all
pestilences thero is ono great pre
ontio which if adopted in time
will savo countless thousands of
lives. That is, cleanliness of per
sons and premises. There is groat
danger that tho plethora of politics
perennially prevailing in this para
dise of tho Pacific will pioduco
apatli3r toward tho preservation of
tho public health, tho most vital in
terest of an3' people.
Thero is nothing now about tho
danger with which our banana in
dtibtry is threatened, and what is
worse we hae to thank Hawaiian
statesmen for allowing tho competi
tion to culminate. In January of
1892 Mr. George Lycurgus, recog
nizing tlio fact that a now market
could bo opened up for thoso islands'
fruits took a consignment of bana
nas fioni hero on tho S. S. Palmas,
bound for Victoria, B. C, touching
at way ports and Portland, Oregon.
By experience ho found that by hav
ing a direct lino of steamors to the
aboe named ports wo could shut
out the South American bananas by
a small margin in favor of tho Ha
waiian Islands. Wo know tho result,
to uso the words of Noble Thurston,
in a recent speech of his in tho
Houso: "Let a man bo over so ob
scure, as soon as ho tries to do some
thing that might benefit tho public,
tho name of his enemies becomes
legion," or words to that effect (I
think in connection with cablo mat
ters and Judge Hart well).
Tho steamship lino to Tacoma di
rect will not meet tho difficulty.
They of that city will only bo able
to take enough bananas to supply
Tacoma and some small towns with
in easy freight distances. Portland,
Seattle, Vancouver aim Victoria, is.
C, will not take islands bananas via
Tacoma. Tho above-named cities
havo been, for some time past, sup
plied from tho South American crop,
and will in future continue to bo so.
Why? Simply because a bill to logal
izo a Hawaiian steamship lino was
killed oil in the last Legislature, tho
murderers boing Nobles Thurston
and W. O. Smith. The wholesale
fruit dealers and othor business
houses of tho above-named cities
wanted this line. Overland freight
rates aro too high to bo supplied
from Tacoma; besides, there is great
trade rivalry as well as jealousy, in
having a wayside port like Tacoma
bossing tho deal. If the bill hero
referred to had passed tho House,
one hundred bunches of bananas
would hao been grown whore there
is one glowing to-day. Tho dealers
of Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and
Victoria would havo sent their ban
ana orders hero; tho establishing of
this now lino would not havo dam
aged tho O. S. S. freight traffic, as
Iho field wai now to these islands,
and not supplied oven indirectly
through tho Sprockols' steamers.
Mr. Geo. Lycurgus went to tho
Coast by a late (rip of tho Mari
posa, and will tryoncomoro to mako
a steamship combine to effectually
shut off tlio South American bananas
from the Pacific coast, and keep
them where thoy belong Eastern
and Middle States markets. One
tiling in our favor is that the flavor
and quality of these islands' bananas
is preferred to our now competitors
from South Amoiica, consequently
theio is yet room to hone that our
last loaf is not in tho o on.
If gioat damage should bo tho
outcome of a mistaken policy, it will
lio the same if dono by either Ha
waiian statesmen or monarch.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, IWl.'i.
Katie Kids', aged thirty, a cook in
the Hotel Penn Itostaurant at Head
ing, Ponn., was leturuiiig to Head
ing from Allentowu about six
months ago when it began to rain.
The tain heat into an open window
where an eldeily man wnsnsloop and
she closed it. He thanked her and
asked her name and address. They
corresponded, and now thoy aro
engaged to marry. Tho man is Leo
Pocheik. Ho has vast ImsiuesH iuto
ii'bts in Cuba, Peru and Brazil, and
is reported to be worth &2,0(X),000.
His nephew is now in Lehigh Uni
versity and is said to be his only
near relative. Poeheik became at
tached to Miss Kut. because sho is
a good cook and closely resomblus
his first wife.
How an Oyster Grows.
Tho oyster at tho commoncomont
of its caroor is so small that 2,000,
000 would only occupy n squnro inch.
In six months orfoh individual 03'stor
is largoonoughtocovorhalfa crown,
and in twolvo months a crown, pioeo.
Tho oystor is its own architect, and
tho sholl grows as tho fish insido
grows, boing novor too small. It
also boars its ago upon its back, and
it is as oasy to toll tho ago of an
oystor by looking at its shell as it is
that of horses by looking at thoir
Every ono who has handled an
oyster-shell must have noticed the
succossivo lavors ovorlaupinir each
othor. Thoso aro4 technically tonned
sltn'a. nml nnnL et innrltca n vnnr'a
.,..wVU, ..... v..w. vy.av .." .. j v-
growth, so that ,by counting thorn
tho ago of tho oystor can bo dotor
minod. Up to tho time of its matur
ity that is, when four years of ago
tho shots aro tegular and succes
sive; but after that tinio thoy bocomo
irregular and aro piled ono upon
another, so that tho sholl becomes
bulky and thickened.
Fossil oystors havo boon soon of
which each sholl was nino inches
thick, whonco thoy may bo guossed
to bo more than 900 voars old. Ono
to two million oystors aro produced
from a singlo paront, and thoir scar
city is accounted for by tho fact that
man is not the only oystor-eating
animal. Tho starfish lovos tho oystor
and proys upon it unceasingly. A
variety of whelk is also vory foiid of
young oystors, to got at which it
bores right through tho sholl and
sucks tho fish up through tho hole
thus made. Boston Herald.
Another Arctic Expedition.
In rosponso to an answer to an
advertisement in a Cincinnati paper
asking for volunteers to leave next
June on an Arctic expedition in
search of John Vorhoff, tho missing
member of tho Peary expedition,
Lioutonant W. H. Bradbury of the
Champion City Guards, Springfiold,
Ohio, has received a note from A.
Symines, Louisville, Kj, of Symmes'
Holo fame, stating that the expedi
tion would bo absent two years.
"A vessel," Mr. Symnios says, "will
tako us to Greenland, and then we
aro to go in sleds with dogs as far as
tho snow lasts and then on foot.
Wo go with no othor purpose than
to follow tho wild animals back to
Symsonia, from whence thoy como
overy spring and return in tho fall.
No ono has over followed them to
their home, but wo will. Whore
they go wo can follow, and a now
world is to bo found that will im
mortalize tho liudors."
"In buying a cough medicine for
children, says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"novor bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Thero is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because I
havo found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." 00
cent bottles for salo b3 all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
50 cents a month,
By Lowis J. liovey.
Household -:- Furniture
I am instructed by Mn. KEI1D. SCIII-I'S-SINGEK,
on account of departure, to iell
at auction, at his residence, llerctanla
street, corner of Piikoi street,
On THURSDAY, Jan.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
the whole of his Household runiituro and
Directs, consisting of
Large Center and Small Rugs,
Two very handsome Mantel Top Mirrors,
Upholstered lied Lounge, One lino
Parlor Furniture Upholstered in Plush,
ltosewood Center Table,
Klegant l'tuuero. Lice Curtains and
roles, JlW Uliellomer,
In Excellent Condition,
lly D1.1iNi.NCJ it Kki, Now York;
Drcsxing Mirror, Vusos, China and Dres
den Ornaments, Handsome Loony
Screen, Music Stand,
Bronze 8-day Clock & Ornaments,
11W Hut Stand, Chandeliers and Lumps,
Two ll Ilcdroom Sets, Automatic
Sow iiig Machine, One Ash lledroom
Set. Soring it Hail Matt losses.
Mosquito Nets, Pictures, Hiittan Daby
Crib, Uuby Carriage,
B. "W. "Wardroloe
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, Matting,
Aicuicaie, neirigerator, vcranua ( nairs
and Lounge, Kerns,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Patent Kitehon Ttihlo, Garden Tools,
Stop Ladder, ilc, Arc.
Special attention is called to tho oxccl
leiiLo of tho ahovo rurniture. Tho houso
will be opened for inspection 011 Tuesday,
l!lth .lunuiir-, from 10 to 1 o'clock.
Lewis J. Levey,
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In (juuntitlu to milt private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and AluUii sts.
1 O. IIOX I'M).
Boll Tolophono 538,
The Daily Bulletin U delivered by
carrier for 60 ce.nt per month,
Saturday, Jan, 14, 1898.
The happenings at the big
house during the past six
months (by happenings we
mean the many changes made
in the Ministers), reminds us of
the two- men who were wad
ing the Santee River. There
is a swamp six miles wide on
each side of it, and when the
men had got about halfway
through one said to the other,
"Bill, I'm blowed if I don't be
lieve we've struck this ere
river lengthways." If there
happens to be a tourist in the
city who found the climate and
his surroundings sufficiently
agreeable to keep him here
from start to finish of the Leg
islature, he will feel, as did the
individual mentioned above,
that he struck Cabinet form
It's about the same with our
stock of goods, no matter
which way you take it you feel
that you've struck it the long
way it's the biggest in town
and from it the mercantile
business in the other islands
is supplied. And we violate
no confidence when we assert
that about four-fifths of the
individual consumers in Hono
lulu get their supplies for the
house from this same source.
Last week we said a word
or two about plantation sup
plies and mentioned, incident
ally, plows. We are fond of
making statements and doubly
so when we are able to verify
them the next week. Here is
an instance. The jDerson who
doesn't want to hear should
put on ear muffs:
"We are so well pleased
with your 14-inch Hendry
Breaker that we are by this
mail ordering, through our
agents, two more, one 14-inch
and one 16-inch. The piece
of ground we are using this
one on is full of stone and
soon uses our other plows up,
but yours stands the rough
work well and turns the sod
when the others only "root."
Signed: "H. Lidgate,
"Manager Hamakua Plan'tn.
"January 8, 1893."
We've told stories of this
character so often during the
past year, that it is getting to
be as much of an old friend as
the tale at the head of this
column, but they have an
amazin' influence on the plow
trade. Nine people out of
ten will accept the assurance
of a person using an article
rather than listen to the man
who is selling the goods.
Realizing this to be a fact we
buy good things and rely upon
their good service to adver
tise for us, as in the case of
the Aermotor and sundry
other specialties which we
have put before the public.
The result is that the people
from Niihau to Hawaii sing
the praises for us.
We have a corner on the
best brands of Manila rope.
We sell it lower than any
other good rope can be sold
in Honolulu. Private families
have little use for it, but plan
tations and vessels do. We
can supply them from the
smallest size up to 9-inch.
The French rat traps and
bar glassware arrived to day.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite ripaukcU' lllouk,
The Markets of San Fiancisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
rY MFANS Ol" THE
Which Is Operated nircotly by the
Greatest I Newspapers
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Wo Are Constantly Making Purchases
Do Tou Need Something from
Write To Us About It !
Wc can savo you monoy; our buyers have
secured hundreds of special con
tracts which enables us
Watches, Jewelry, Silvorware,
Musiral Instruments, Furniture,
Clothing, Dress Goods,
And Thousands of Other Articles
At prices w Inch will astonish you.
A LETTER WILL DO IT ALL
tSF" Write us for quotations on any
thing that jon may need.
Ton Can Seo tho Advantages of Purchas
ing Through Us!
We aro buying for our customers at
wholesale nnd jou reap tho benefit.
IXF Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - U. S. A.
The undorsigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
JOIC THK U 1.1 MITI.li
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burliam, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receivu Orders for these Engines,
of any size and stylo.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
bTYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have rurontly been
received at llioo Island, and wo will hao
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with p.uticulars of Mine.
The Superioiity of these LocoinotUes
over all other niakes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
It can be proved
Of any paper
"UIi: FOLLOWING OIIANfiES HAVE
hicu made In the Cumiiiaiid of our
CAl'T. E. F. CAMEHON triiimferu-d In
S. K. "Claudine."
CAl'f. WM. DAVIE8 traiihfuind to ti.ti.
HA IT. WM. WEIhllEIITH transferred to
UA1T. nTX'iEUAI.I) tiant-funvd tu K. 8.
WILDEIl'B BTEAMSHI1- 00,
Honolulu, Jan, 10, lb!U, tJS-lt
TO. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFER FOR SAL
Ar.nx. cnoss a sons'
Celebrated High Grado Cano Manures.
We aro also prepared to tako orders for
Messrs, CT. Olil-xndt AjOo.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
Ctf This Is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors,
lined with drier it gives a Bplcndld Hoor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beof
rAHAFFlNE TAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans..
R. S. JIooue, Supt. W. H. Taylor, l'res.
Risk Iron forks,
Improved Sugar Machine
BOILEHS & ENGINES.
Forlirigjting and Water Works purposes
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pine & Flumlng
MATIIESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE,
HEINE S A FET V BOILER,
IC8F For fuither particulars and cata
San Francisco, California.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Tbames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New Tork Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire aud Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
lna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
feAN ritAXOIHCO, OAL.
A bnmll Lot of the Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
Jui llmdvi'd from Samoa, alo
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OP COCOANUTS.
tW-TUvv Ntiti. are caiefullv nehctid
for pmmliiB and are hut IiuK'ihIiib to
i-pinut. A phutnKrtmi of the Dwarf CoiW
nut uiii' he i-cen hi the store of
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO,