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b gaily gultftin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Etlablithtd for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1894.
In this issuo appears tho first half
of Hon. W. M. Springer's clear and
forcible monograph on tho Hawai
ian question in tho North Atnorican
Review. Our annexation contem
poraries can only throw mud at the
author. Tho; cannot answer his
Jos. Emorson is quoted in an Am
erican paper as writing a warlike
letter to his brother, sajing tho F.
G. supporters horo "would rather
die like men than livo liko curs." It
is a pity it doesn't occur to thorn
that it might bo bettor than either
plan mentioned for them to chaugo
their rnodo of living.
LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE.
One of tho F. O. organs quotes
Senator Vest, a supporter of Presi
dent Clovoland's administration in
his speech on tho Hawaiian ques
tion, and iutimatos editorially that
tho comfort and consolation ho
gives to tho royalists arc rnthor
slight. This is one of tho remarks
quoted from Sonator Vest:
Tho doctrine of tho United States
through all our history has boon
that tho peoplo should dotermiuo
their own government not tho oil u
catod peoplo, not tho titled peoplo,
not tho opulent people, but, uudor
God, the poople, rich and poor, high
and low. I would loavo it to tho
peoplo of thoso islands of all classes
who are legitimate residents there
and citizens to determine this ques
tion for thomsolves.
What Mr. Vest there ndvocatos is
just what tho Provisional Govern
ment will not do allow tho peoplo
to decide their own destiny. Tho
very hint that the United States
Government might demand a voto
of tho Hawaiian poople beforo con
sidering a troaty of annexation was
enough, not long ago, to produce
paroxysms of fury in the F. G. press
and poople. Thero is nothing more
repugnant to tho class that forms
tho heart of tho revolutionary move
ment than tho idea of equality be
tweon "rich and poor, high and
low." Plutocracy is their ideal of
government, their frequently ex
pressed sentiments being in nhamo
WHAT ABE THEYf
Most of the controversy
Hawaiian question here and in tho
Unitod States rages around thu point
as to whether the Provisional Gov
ernment has any right to cede tho
sovereignty of tho Hawaiian Islands.
This fact suggests au inquiry into
tho nationality of tho persons mak
ing this olTor of a nation as a gift.
That thoy are not Hawaiiaus thoy
havo given abundaut proof. They
iuvlted tho forces of a foreign, fcon'or,
. to invest tins capuat. tioii'ia.or
.' )Sa Hag was hoisted over thoGov-
ornmont building for tho protection
of tho treasury, archives, etc., thoy
rejoiced. Thou, whou that ling
was takou dowu aud thu flag of
Hawaii replaced it, their counten
ances blackened with vexation aud
thoir voices uttered imprecations not
loud but deep on the agent of that
restoration. Thoy wero uot satisfied
so long as any patriotic Hawaiian
who loved his own couutry hotter
than any other remained iu tho
employment of the Government.
Certainly thctso poople are not
Hawaiiaus. Are thoy Americans,
then! Again tho auswor derived
from thoir actions is "no." Thoy
show nothing but contempt and un
mitigated hatred for tho authorities
of the United States chosou by tho
peoplo of that uatiou. Their abuso
of tho representative head of that
sizty-fivo millions of peoplo is
scarcely less virulent thau that
which thoy revollod in concerning
tho constitutional head of the Ha
waiian peoplo. No respect is shown
by them for tho duly ompowerod
representatives of that uatiou horo
stationed, but on tho contrary thoy
take ovory opportunity of vilely in
sulting thorn. Their claims to be
tho rightful rulers of this country
aro repudiated by the Government
of tho Unitod States. These poople
havo mado ostentatious preparations
to Ught the Amoricau forces and
drive them into the sea. A Scotchman
on settiug out to ask his minixtor to.
oomo aud christen a child was
charged by his wife not to usotho
term "bairu," which was vulgar, but
to say "infant." Ho conned the
word over on tho road but got it
wondorfully transmogrified. "Aye,"
aid tho ministor, "is it a lad?"
"No," was thu response, "it's no a
lad." Tho ministor says, "Another
lassie!" "Xo, it's no a lassie oithor,"
began the startling rovolalion; "1
think tho gudowife en's it au 'ele
phant I'" Our P. G. friends boiug
neither Americana nor Hawaiiaus,
while claiming to bo both, wo may
just call them "olophauts."
There was no. hoariug boforo
oithor the Supremo or CJIrrJilt Court
this morning "
Certainly! Any publio man in tho
United States who advocates honor
able dealing with tho f rioudly nation
of Hawaii is but small potatoes. Tho
nowspapora that tako up the samo
causo are wholly insignificant, or
their opinions are bought. Thus
and so tho annexation papers of
Honolulu would mako their roaders
believe. Judge Coolcy was an omi
nont authority iu constitutional law
until ho mado his bad break against
tho pirating of this country, whou
he at once sank so low that every
tomtit of a Funahou gasbag practi
tioner felt equal to calling him no
great shakes aftor all. Mr. Blount
was able, shrewd, experienced, judi
cially mlndod when ho catno dowu
horo, according to tho porsonal no
tices industriously compiled of him
in tho F. G. subsidized pres3. Aftor
ho had provod to be just what these
sketches said ho was, by conducting
his investigation his own way with
out tolerating any intermeddling
from any source, thero began to
ariso mumuriugs of detraction among
tho scribes, phariseos and hypocrites
concornod iu maintaining the lies of
tho January revolution. When,
however, Mr. Blount had about com
pleted the main part of his arduous
labors and began to bo somewhat
sociable with tho F. G . people, they
jumped to the conclusion that ho
was all right for their side aftor all,
aud when ho went away the Friend
gavo him its most unctuous bene
dictions. Now that ho has reported
tho truth of Thurston's "smashing"
of tilings with tho assistauco of tho
Unitod States forces, unlawfully lent
for tho purposo by Minister Stevens,
Mr. Blount is informed by the bril
liant writers of tho Honolulu annex
ation press what a woak and wicked
wretch ho is anyway, and how tho
Stato of Georgia lias lultificd itself
by sending him to Congress for
twenty years, and what a mess tho
foreign relations of tho United States
were mado by him nt their head iu
the House of Representatives. Then,
as to Mr. Gresham well, ho has
dwindled from the proportions of
one of tho ablest and most upright
of American statesmen to about
the nizo of n poundmasler of tho
Provisional Government viewed nt
the small end of n telescope. What
fools thu P. G. press and parrots
take tho peoplo to be, when they
treat them to such unmitigated rub
bish of personal detraction and ex
pect it to bo swallowed!
A OBEAT TEA CROP.
Biff Pro 11 to Mado by Ceylon d rowers
Coftoo Plantation Killed by
if. M. Mackwood, who has lived
for over thirty-one years In Ceylon
aud who is now one of tho largest
tea-growers of that couutry, is in
Mr. Mackwood says that the cofleo
btisiuess, which wns once so nourish
ing in Coylon, and from which vast
fortunes word made, is now almost a
thing of the' past. Tho disease
known as fungus has so ruined tho
coffee fields that out of 20,000 acres
five yoars ago uot 25,000 acres re
main. As boou as it was seen that
coifco could no longer bo grown
thoro tho planters turned thoir at
tention to tea, aud in this again largo
fortuues are boing made.
"Thoro is now as much laud devoted
to tea," said Mr. Mackwood, "as
thoro over was to coUoo. Tho crop
will this year be worth as much as
80,000,000. It is astonishing how
soon wo have recouped. Iu a short
time, from present indications, I do
not doubt that wo will produce
100,000,000 in tea. Tho crop suc
ceeds romarkably well thoro, and t ho
quality of tho tea is as good as can
bo grown anywhere
"Labor on tho island costs but 10
cents a day. Wo do not omploy tho
uativo Cingaloso as n rulo, but tho
natives of Southeastern India. It is
really contract labor. Wo employ
both soxos, and during tho picking
soason a groat many littlo boys nuu
girls. The women aud children are
far hotter for picking tho leaves thau
tho men. Thoy havo a uiinblonoss
of tho lingers which onables them
to work vory fast.
"In tho uplands of Coylon at nu
altitudo of 4000 or 5000 feot, tho
olimato is delightful. It is as healthy,
I think, as anywhere else in tho
world. During tho hard times,
when tho fuugus was working great
injury to the coffee, a great many of
tho planters woro mined. Thoy loft
and many of them wont to Canada
aud olsowhoro. Some of them camo
this country, too. Tho majority of
them aro coming back, howevor, aud
are now going into tho business of
raising tea. Tho avorago profit on
tho amount iuvostod in toa is fully
ID percent. Of courso, tho secret of
our success is in tho choap labor. If
wo had to pay even M) conts a day
for it wo would mako no money."
Mr. Mackwood has filled many im
portant oflices of trust iu Ceylon
duriug his long residence thoro. Ho
was iu tho Legislative Council for
vears aud was, ut to tho timo of his
doparturo, chairman of tho Chamber
of Commerce. Ho will stay hero
about a woek. He will mako his re
turn trip via Suez. S. , Chrnnkb .
Broko Ilia Arm.
Purser W. Herrick uf the steamer
J amosMakoo brings intelligoncoof nu
accident which happened to George
Muudou at Kapaa on New Year's
day. Ho was out horseback riding
at that place, aud was thrown. Mun
don fell ou his right side, breaking
his arm lu two places, besides sutler
iug other injuries.
Th1 Ihiiln Iti'lWHi by VNlfWf WIVlll.
Tho S. S. Australia Carries tho Ha
Tho departure of tho S. S. Aus
tralia for tho Coast was dolayod
until nearly 1 o'clock on account of
the late arrival at the Oceanic wharf
of articled to be exhibited at tho
Midwinter Fair iu San Francisco,
which has already opened. Among
the uumorous exhibits to bo soon on
tho steamer wore boxes of largo and
small coffee plants, boxes of largo
and small tea trees, brought from
Hamakun, two wooden tanks con
taining difieronl varieties of fish, in
cluding eels, a small shark, squid
and crabs. Tho last two species
were in one tank, aud it is believed
there will bo n circus started botwoou
them when tho aquarium is shakou
up. There woro two monster
bullocks in stalls lashed near tho
stern. Knpahee, tho famous surf
rider, with his board, his wife and
sou. three hula girls and four othor
natives comprise part of tho Hawai
ian exhibit. ICapahce will givo ex
hibitions in surf riding near tho
Cliff House, and if tho walor is cloar
ho will dive and kill fish with a
spear he has taken with him. He
will nlso rido the bullocks. Tho
girls under tho management of D.
Kaahauui will dauco a mild hula-kui,
while the othors will assist about
tho grounds. Mr. L. A. Thurston
superintend1 the exhibit.
Mrs. ,1. K. Ailau will mako a first
class exhibition of Hawaiian curios
at the fair iu connection with tho
Hawaiian exhibit. She has takou
with her four young ladies to act as
Messrs. Samuel Parker and A. P.
Peterson were passongors on tho
Australia for the Coast on business
Mr. W. 1 Hovil, t S. VicoCon-sul-Gener.'il,
and wife were also pas
songors. They hao gono to spend
their honeymoon iu tho States.
Both woro gaily bedecked with leis
Miss Kale Corn well, II. A. Wide
maun, Jr., I' M. Hatch aud L. A.
Thurston nlso left.
Mrs. and Mis llerlicr, with their
frioiul Miss A. (Viliill, wtut lately re
turned fr :n tli.t oleatio, woro
nmongtlie departing throng. Mrs.
Uerher and daughter left for homo
after a short and pleasant vacation
on the islands.
Nearly all tho passonois were
covered with Hawaii's tropical adieu,
viz., wreaths and llowers. The P.O.
band played previous and up to the
departing of the M earner, and tho
scene on the wharf was one of Initio
ST. AXIMKWS CATIIi:illll..
First Sunday after Kpiphaii).
n.m.,1iolvCommuui.iii; II a.m., Holy
i;ommunioii (choral) anil wmnnii;
.'1:.'J0 p. in., Kveusong (Hnwaiiau);
7:.'t0 p. m., Kveusong (Knglish).
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 0:15 a.
m., holy communion with sermon;
Kyrio nud Sauclus, Mendelssohn iu
(1; hymns 71) nud .'117, Gloria in Ex
fclsix, Old Chaut; Nunc Dimittis,
I'eethoveii iu U Hat. 0:IW p.m., Kveu
song with sermon; Magnificat, Turlo
iu K; Nunc Dimittis, Mncfarrou in A;
hymns 21M5, 7ti aud 12. Hov. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All aro invited.
At ll nud 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At U o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
1():.'M) High Mass with native aud
I'ortugucHo instruction. 'J p. in.,
Kosary aud Catechism. I p. m., iu
winter season (November to Febru
ary), -1:.'U) ii. in., in summer season
(I'obrunry to November), Denediu
tiou of the M. 1). Sacrament. Week
ly Services--! and 7 a. in., Low
V. II. C. A. MALI..
Sunday, 11 a. m., services iu Oaliu
.1 ail; 1:15 p. in., services iu Barracks;
:!) p. m., lliblo Study iu Y. M. O. A.
(5:110 j). m., Gosplo Praise Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:!W p. in.,
prayer meeting nt Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices iu Hethel street hall at 7:.' JO.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mill
lnni Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
Hi a. m., uiDio class; u:ii a. m. and
7:80 p. m., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY AUVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advontist Church,
corner Pimchiiowl and Boretnuia
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, I :'M; social meeting af
ter Sabbat Ii nchool. Bible reading
ovory Sunday evening. Kvoryono
CC.NTIIAI. UNION UirilCII.
Sunday School nt '.1: 15 a.m.
Worship ut 11 a.m. and 7:!i0 p. m.
llio loung People's Society of
Christian Endeavor will meet at 0:!U)
p. m. All are cordially invited to
(huso con ices.
British Naval Dosortors.
About fi:!HJ o'clock yesterday
afternoon nu ordorly from II. B. M.
S. Champion roporled at tho Police
Station that seven men, iucludiug
two marines, had broken liberty
from tiio cruiser. A reward having
been offered for thoir apprehension,
snvoral policomou immediately set
out to scour the saloons. Insfdo of
ten miiiutea four wero caught, tho
marines being among tho number.
Tho other?, it is believed, havo
changed theii togs to citizens'
clothes, increasing tho ditlleulty of
locating them. Three woro still at
largo at noon to-day.
Iu This Bo?
It u.i rumored before the Austra
lia led that among tho articles for
warded by that steamer, for tho
Hawaiian exhibit at the Midwinter
Kair, wor "tho two gilded chairs
I'ominni'l) known as thrones," as
thoy weio called iu n P. CI. commit
tee report. There' is much proba
bility that the rumor is correct.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6th, 1894
Grand Complimentary Benefit
HISS JULIE ALBU, S, R, G, M,
Special arrangements ot Native Ants
will lie Ming as Dukth by the Missi"
Albu, assisted by the
Local Talent will be a . . .
. . Feature of the F.venlng.
Miss JO MR At BO
still' "Hint. Swept Itlnl."
an, "ieii .
;t. ...... p.; . ;-..;:
Me My Heart.
MtM mm Atnt;
K "Auld lloliln Gray," "ll Was
warn" and a Cftvatlna from
T MIX1M .11.111!
A duel, will sing "ilear Mo Norma,"
(by request) and "nVotild That My Loyc."
W" Ucerved seal $1; other seuts 75
and .0 cent'. JJox plan onen at f) o'clock
thl morning at I.. .'. l.ovi-)-'i.
I.. M. I'LUXKBTT.
DUittNO MY ABSENCE MOM THE
Hawaiian Island, Mr. C. M. While
will net fur me under power of attorney In
all matter of Macfarlano & Co , I.'d.
K. O. MACFAULANI'..
Honolulu, Jan. 0, lull. UU-St
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
BIDS Wl LI. UK KKOKIVBU AT TUB
Ultlcn of 0. 1). Itlploy, Architect, nn
til i o'clock p. M. January 13, Will, and
ojened Immediately thereafter, for all tho
laDor ana mnicnii required in mazing cer
tain additions and alterations to the ltcsl
deuce of '. A. 1'oacock, In accordanco with
llan and specifications now on file at the
Architect's office, copies ot which niny be
had on application.
0. U. KIPLEY,
Unite Chinese Society.
AT T1IK Kl'.aill.AK MEETING OF
the United Chinese Society held on
the 1st day of January, A. 1). 1891. the fol
lowing isero declared duly elected as Offi
cers of the corvnrttllon for the ensuing
... Wong Kwal
... .('hang Kim
J.AU Chock Him?
.Wong Wah Key
Anlstaut Treasurer l.umHIng
Secretary Pulled ChlncMS Society.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT TIIK ItKOUI.AIt ANNUAL MKET
liiKof the Chlneso Engine Co. No. U
held In their hall en Maunakea street, on
the 3d lust., the following poutlemeli wore
declared duly elected a Ollluers nt the
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5 fur tho i'ihuIiik
1st Assistant Foreman, re-elected
I'd Assistant Foreman, re-eleotod ....
Becretary, re-elected Lau CIioiik
Trcaiurrr, re-elected . Lnm Hint;
Secretary Chlneso Engine Co. ro. .".
NOTICE Is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly npHiluti-d ad
ministrator of tho lands of my wife nud
my.-elf Mtuatcd In LIhuu, Kauai, and nt
Kamakela, Honolulu, Oahu. All payment
must he made to tho undorslgned.
(CJ-'.'W 1IENI It. NAMAKAOKEAHI.
WILL thu 11 roil nbo took a parcel
from the Golden Itule Jlaxaar con
taining a piece of cloth, please return the
same and receive their own parcel contain
ing Hllk llandkerchiufi, etc.
tiJ2-Jt W. I'. KEYNOLDfl.
TICK IB HEltEUY (1IVKN THAT
thu undersigned. BhunTunit8en. has
mix nay tioiu ins interest in mo ury
.. . . .... v ... . r. -i :
and urocerv store, together with the lcaso
of the laud and baUdlng situate In Ho
nolulu, on tho corner of Ilerctanlanad Pen
eacola streets, to Tal Kco of the same place,
also the good will of the huslnois hereto
fore carried on by him at said stand.
8HUN TUNG. BEN.
Honolulu, Jan. 'J, 18'JI. ttf) lw
ALAIIY'K UOL!) WATCH WITH KOll
Chain, Key Winder. A liberal re
ward will bo paid on return to this olllce.
THE UNDEKSIQNEI) IB J'ltKl'AUKI)
to mako all kinds of Tombstone fall
ings, Hainmerod Iron Work, etc., etc.
Estimates on application.
Pnlon Btrcet, ut Sterling's l'alut Shop.
A COTTAGE, CONHIBT
lug of Bittlug lloom
and two Bedrooms, fur
nished or unfurnished with
ilathroom and Btable. A short distance
from town. No objection. Apply at tho
Bulletin OfUco. IKO-Jt
STONE WORK, ETC.
THE UNDEUSIONED INFOItMB THE
publio that he Is prepared to do all
kinds of stone work, sidewalk curbing nnd
cement work at vory reasonable rates.
Apply: A. 0. Corrcu, OummlnR' Block,
A FEW 1100MB, KUU
nlshed or unfurnished.
Cool location. Ten min
utes walk from Post Olllce.
Also Btable and Carriage House. Inquire
ai uiui. Hum, Diiur. Diunr..
MIMt Fort Street
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUB.
rpili: BEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF
X the Honolulu Cricket Club will bo held
ut the Hawaiian Hotel, on WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 10, 18UI, at 7i30 r. m. By order.
Jt. L. AUKRDACII,
done nt th Bulletin Office,
Eawaiiaa Hardware Co., L'd
Saturday, .Ian. 0, 1894.
We mentioned something
last week about a weather
prophet telling us we were
going to have dry weather
during 1894. He wishes to
amend his statement now by
saying that it only .applies to
localities where it does not
'rain. The weather will not
hurt us to any great extent
because, when the streets are
muddy, people will want Hart
mann's steel mats, and we
have them in stock. Another
thing they must have is an Im
proved Stone Filter. The
rain makes the water impure
and it is necessary lo filter it to
keep disagreeable things from
being taken into the stomach
and causing scarlatina and all
sorts of diseases. We keep
the best filter manufactured;
one that may easily be kept
clean, and is cheaper than any
Frank Walcot's; knife sharp
ener is known all over the
world and with a generous use
of printer's ink we hope to
make it very well known here.
This contrivance is made of
compressed emery and resem
bles a scythe stone in shape.
Having sides of different grades
of fineness, it is adapted for
sharpening any edge tools, and
must supplant files for keep
ing cane knives in order be
cause one of them will outlast
many dozen files, We believe
we have all of these sharpen
ers in this market; it you want
your carvers sharp with the
least trouble and expense, ask
us for a "Frank Wolcot Knife
Rochester Student lamps are
in demand wherever people
read books for pleasure or
mental profit. They are es
pecially desirable for the pur
pose because they give the
maximum light with the min
imum heat. They arc not as
ornamental, perhaps, as some
of otherstylesbut thcyarcquite
as -serviceable for general pur
poses. We invite your atten
tion to an assortment we have
just opened; to us they seem
to be handsomer than any stu
dent lamps we have ever seen
in other shops.
Some months ago we im
ported and sold a lot of small
grindstones made especially
tor scissors and other fine cut
lery. They jumped at once
into favor, and we had to or
der more. We've waited a
long time for them because
the demand for the article has
been so great in the United
States that the manufacturer
could not keep up with it. We
receicvcd our portion or the
outputon the Australia, and we
arc ready to fill a limited num
ber of orders. These wheels
arc made of a composition of
which sapphires are a part,
they are as unlike our ordi
nary grindstone, except in
shape, as wool is unlike cotton.
Since we published a state
ment showing the tensile
strength of our galvanized
wire, we have received other
evidence of its superiority for
all uses to which wire may be
put. We have had the wire
twisled around itself twenty
times with no signs of the gal
vanizing cracking or pulling
on. ine trouDie wiin most
is that it will not stand short
twists, but ours will.
As soon as the weather
clears up there will be a lot of
jainting done. We claim to
ceep as large a stock of white
ead, colors and oil, as there is
in the country. We also keep
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
which are the best mixed
paints in the world. There is
more zinc and japan in these
mixed paints than ai,y other
manufactured, and the addi
tional quantity of these ingre
dients is added on account
of the effect of the Hawaiian
climate on paint. You will
find the Hendry paints better
spreaders than any other, and
they will retain their gloss and
original color longer. 1 hey
arc put up in half gallon and
gallon tins ten of the latter
size will cover any ordinary
house two coats.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BpmokBls' llloolc,
307 FORT STREET.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner JTort 8
I UE( TO IXFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT 1 WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public
I AM OFFERING NOW
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of
Just Kereivi'd by last "Auntralia" :i Large Slock of
To be Hold for oxk wki:k only at 10e., 12Jc, lie. ami 10e.
per yard. OoodH worth 2"c. a yard.
. . 250 PIEOKS . .
III Id-yard lengllw, reduced from $1.00 lo 75 cunts.
S . ExiHLICH,
Conor Fort and Hotel Sti, Honolulu, H. 1,
Constancia & El Gometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HAND IIX "CITY OF PISKINO" . . .
UTS TIiuho CignrH are direct from thu factory and
ghould not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are bo frequently offered iik the "Best Manilas. " OE,
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER fe CO.,
6S3 3Tovt Streot, - - Honolulu, H. I.
LOVEJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Stvoot, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR TIIK 8AL,E OF .
s Very Superior California Wines,
ft Carpy & Co.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s
San Jtrni-, (Jul,, U. S. A.
: Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amtrii'u'a Fineil Production, Hah unit Mellow,
Spruancc, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform nnd Jli liable.
Scott & Gilbci.'s "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Siimhirr Drinki.
Thou Uuuils KM UllUMIIIivlt I'
n.ilii iii Wry Itritsoiuitile rrkvi.
Mutual Tixkfiionk JlOd-
and it will pay you to trade at
Colora at 20 Cent Each.
.S'um" Wine Cellars, Napu City.
Export Lager Beer,
iii i l.ws iii HVt.ry (..,ut.a m,i
IIIU IllluU'll (up
-I'ost Orrioc Box 137