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Post Office Box 718
The Hllo Hood has wrought further
(l)structlon to public works To whom
will the Ootcrnor appeal for funds to
repair this damage?
floernor Dole's determination to de
pend on private sources for funds need.
WL' WALLACE R. FARRINOTON
sv im nil on nrlvatc amine for fviniltt need
d to carry on public work is hating nf 3000 pounds, but that was too cum-
nnd will continue to have a moat dam-1 bersomo About a thousand pounds
aging political Influence e-eitnln toUas right and four such loads could bo
make its power felt In the nexl dec- lined every lliree minutes, me. ma
tlou Mr. Dole's policy Is serving to chlue ought to raise and put on cars
Increase the bitterness of opposition 1 1&0 to 200 tons a day. Although not
nnd It Is beond comprehension how ' p rfect. this machine was a start In
ho expects to counteract tills feeling the right direction,
when tho people go to the polls. Tlnm' Nothing has appeared jet In the
might temper the blast of opposition, shape of a cane cutter that would suit
but according to the present program, Hawaiian eiine growths. There was
the (ioternor must continue to call for nothing so desirable now for progress
assistance, the demand for funds stend-1 as machinery to take the place of mcro
lly Increasing up to the time of the, Milnml force Japanese labor was
elections The (Jovernor cannot set 'now running nwa from them nnd
himself above the majority, he has no they must meet that condition with Im
other source to which to appeal There provid and labor-saving machinery.
II noi a single sign o me uuies mai
points to a more frlrn.ll Legislate
two years ncmc man now exists, i nc " - m- puuum iinu u miu ivi
votlng population will be piactUally.tr. There was something of that kind
the same. The (lovcrnor cannot re-1 used In Ixiulslnna, but there tho cane
generate the voters by antagonizing did not llo on the ground as It did here,
them. He must work with them nnd His attention had been called to the
until ho does the confusion, depression Idea of n hand machine, nnd In that
and delay of pi ogress will continue In-, direction lie believed thcro was most
terminably jiliunco of ucces Something to be
-!. operated bj a portable electric motor
SPECIAL INDUHIHIAL tiDITIO.N.
The Iltillctln lin now In nress one
U tho most extensive and exact edi-, "nE '""'
tlons dealing with the sugir Industry Mr Scott, on the same subject, eon
of these lalanJi that has ever bn fldcrrd one of the most Important
published. A complete description 1 It'' '- "f seed cane. The I.a
glven of every plantation or the H-jhalna eiine has gone bark on nil tho
ands, the methods of handling tune lu plantations In Hllo dlstrltt. With rc
IHld and mill, lu fact, all the details o( Ri'd " Improved ninelilnery. he took
llantatlon mnnugemtnt whldi M-rm pleasure In reuimmendlng the Horner
to give readers a complete understJiid- cultivator.
Ju-? of the charactri mid Importance Mr Kennedy told of tho satisfaction
o Hawaii's leading lu'ustry. An in-he had found In a hoisting machine
lertstlnj and .in-full compiled vxt ' adopKd. He had four of them being
u intr.ru .rU,i ..itii niim.r.iin illiimm.
Pn) .orsr-il villi mi mi runs lllustra-
ens.'crscu v H numerous iimsira ,
t.nns showings mill., fields and gen-
c;-al surrounding's of plantations in
Oaliu. Hawaii. Maul and Kauai.
The work of lomplllng this edition
has been conducted mi u more exten-
representative, who has visited every
plantation In the Islands, gone over the I
Celds and through the mills with thol
managers, viewed the growing crops
and the transportation of cane to tho
mill anJ given careful attention to the
various methods used In turning out
Hawaii's great industrial mainstay.
In preparing this work the Bulletin
has religloualv avoided the "paid
write-up'" Idea. The Ilulletln started
out with the plan of putting the plan-
tatlons of theso Islands before the;.
people of the United States as they ap
pear to an Independent Investigator,
furnishing competent Information to
slve and expensive basis than has ever "isienii 01 requiring . men ns uy im..i u,ui eti-uuiK ium msuiy
b... n ntttnired bv unv nubllshlng M methods. 'I hey did not use a boiler ''""V BUen mllc ovrr unrI ""'
P,.cn ittcnireil w anj munsn ng motive i.ower '" tho l'l"He tnmp mnuka of Pupal-
house In the Islands. 'I he description or unJ " rl- ln ,no,,J. '"'" l.ou. When she nrrlved she found
of the- plantations Is the result of per- "ie gasoline engine They had , . ahorvrJn J,
.mini incatlciilmiK nf thn llulletln u"ed two Union gas engines for two ,.f .,... i.lltv ...... ,.,.,.... ,,
any and all contemplating lnestment , pick up the cane and load It on cnr
In Island properties or Interested In the' without the Intcnentlon of manual Is
methods emplo)cd li) our plantation ) hnr.
niiinagera. This edition might well us Manaser I.o of the Honolulu plan
c.vin.i n "miinnirai-a . .iitir.n" nm. lotion read a lone report of tho com-
pared with special editions published
from time to time based on a few facts
ubtalned from local ncenclcs and pad
ded with glittering generalities. 'Ibu
Ilulletln has aimed to secure facts as
obtained from the act he agents, tho
managers, who arc responsible for the
kteady growth of the sugar In'dustry
and the lm'piocment In working meth
ods whercb) the sugar production In
Hawaii has bten raised to the highest
ktandards of perfection. A truer de
scription of tho sugar Industry has
uever been published. It deals with la
bor, fertilizing of soils, Irrigation,
character of soils In different districts,
cost of production, styles of mills, nnd
tho many local characteristics which
glte Individuality to each and eery
A large amount of space Is giteu to a
general dtscrlptlon of tho Islands, cli
matic conditions and the Immense
benctlt derhtd to manufacturers of the
Mainland through the development of
sugar properties. Figures from the
custom Iioubc show that the annexa
tion of Hawaii from an Industrial
standpoint was ono of the bfht paying
Investments ever made by tho peoplo
of tho United States.
This edition will be Issued the latter
part of this mouth nnd tuples widely
distributed throughout the States und
among members of Congress, it bulnij
the desire of the Ilulletln to Impress
upon those In positions to assist or
Injure the prosperity of theso Islands,
that Hawaii's great Industry Is -worthy
every consideration und a continuance
of that protection which has led to the
Investment of millions of American
money In this Territory
A most destructive uirtliquako took
placo on rebrimry -. 173, at Ycddo
(or Jeddo), tint rhlcf city of Japan,
when the place vvus almost destiojcd
nnd 200,000 people wire killed One
hundred thousand people weru killed,
by an earthquake Hint neiurred at Pe
king, tho capital city of China, on the
30th of November, 17.11. nighty thou
sand people were killed by an earth
quake at Schamuki In 1GC7; and 100,
000 by an earthquake In Sicily In Sep
tember, 1093 The titles of Arequlpii,
Iqulque, Tatna and Clenclm, besides
many smaller towns In Peru and
Kcuador, wore destroyed and 25,000
people killed by an earthquake In Au
gust, 1SCS, while over 30,000 people
were rendered homeless und tho loss
and damage to property was estimated
SUGAR INDUSTRY MANAGERS AS.
SEMBLE FOR REVIEW OP
THE YEAITS WORK.
(Continued trom paaie 1.)
Baldwin on Cultivation.
Mr. Ualdwln made some remarks
In lieu of a written report from the
Committee on Cultivation. He spok
especially of an Improved method of
cultUatlng rattoons on Irrigated plan
tations. In dlnYicnt cases the results
hnd bien to bring the rnttoon crop up
to within one ton nor acre of plant cani
tlcld At Mnknwcll they had raised ni
k.. ... . ... ..i.... nlont w"'- CUUIUIIIS milCIl IHIUilUlU inlOP
briny a nop of rattoons as of P ant , nmton nn(, cnrpful ork nnd w h
cane The method lonslxted of hilling I)orlllcl ,vltl, Iltcrc9t. A successor t
up and running water between thjir. Mouln will shortlj bo appointed,
rows of uine Plowing, that used to but so inr the tiustees lmo not tnk
be rather expensle for cuttltatlnR in any ikiided step in that direction,
methods, lias been simplified by tho The laboratory nnd experimental
of a wooden machine it,
could linnlly be called n plow which ,
mis of light draft. 1
A loidlng mat nine hnd been adopted
on Maul. It was lonstrurted for a load
ii " "" " '"" I
cutter eni.ld be devised which would
mlclit In- nrni llrnh e. Ho bad beard
, of such a device for cutting marble,
which stnuk his as adaptable for cut
manufactured In San Kranclsco. The
nmiiuiacmrcu lit rt.in r riinc-icu. i in-1
,... , ........
- ".."v .- i .. ". n u fr.w lnonu.mg tttii,g under the
four machines ordered It wns expected, ,,,, of t(J po,R(m nvnic all
,llM, b(, ,un" "f ,aul' n "''' cou,cl ""itopiKT which nro Inifredleiits of tho
loaded on the cars. This amount of krecn compound. A telephone mes
work would be performed by eight menjsnge enmo to Dr. McKay nt about 0
"" without anjtblnK going wronc
". I'-U' described a portable can
" "'at wak shown. In transit to
Australia, ut the Honolulu Iron Works
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Handling and Transportation.
Mr. Low presented a long report for
tho Committee on Handling and Trans-
portatlon of Cane. It went Into differ
mt methods In vogue throughout tho
Islands One point emphasized wan
that as tbc great desideratum lu a
cane loader, which had not yet been
approached, was a machine that would
njlttee . ,ht was PPnU;.l -t tho lrt
ter of transportnlon and cane hand
ling, At the end of thu reading, which
took nearly a halMiour, there, was ap
plausu from the managers present on
neeount of tho thoroughness of the re
port. It seemed to cover every detail
of tho work. On motion of It. I. Uald
wln, the report was ordered published
In the I'lantern' Monthly.
On motion of Mr. Ualdwln. the sec
retary waB Instructed to give out to
the newspapers any of tboso reports
read at tho meeting which they might
care to publish. On the strength nf
this, tho following report by the pres
ide nt of the organization, K. A. Schuef
er, was banded over to the Ilullc-tlu by
President Schaefer's Report.
Honolulu, November Hi, 1901.
To the .Members of tho Hnwallan Su
gur Planters' Association.
(lentlemcn: Another ear has pass
ed away since tno members ,of this as
bcclation met In annual session und
v,u look back upon n year of arduous
efforts of iuo trustroa and thu mana
gers of the various plantations oi this
Territory to ovenomo the dilllcultlcs
with which thu sugar Industry had to
contend. You am su thoroughly con
versant with tho labor troubles nnd
the serious results which huvo nrlsen
therclrom to civ cry plantation of thib
group that 1 need not reler to this sub
lect at great length. Although the sit
uation has improved somewhat, thu
scarcity of labor has not teased to ex
let, and It will require tno continued
efforts of this association through Its
trustees to provide for an Increase of
labor to Biipply tho demand.
The outlay of cnpital for immlgra
tlon purposes has been very lurgo
during thu )ear now closed, but In lull
realization of the urgency of such ex
penditures nil the plantations of these
Inlands have readily contributed their
shaie In cqultablo proportions to tho
whole I'xc cptlonnily dry weatbor pro
vailed In riimn districts of the Islands
ol Hawaii and Maul, particularly In
llamuKita and Kohala, with such dls
UBtrous effect on lio growing enne
that the crop of 1!)02 Is expected to br
reduced by It to a very considerable
extent This drouth lasted lor a pe
rlod of six months with but slight
nliowurs of rnlu Intervening.
Sugar prices, as compared with the
pieceillng oar show a decided decline
and I believe tho difference In tho net
proceeds to bo approximately $10 per
ton. This Is In Itself an Immense do
lie lent y which Is the more surlously
lult, as through excessively high
wages and other cases, tho expenso ol
sugar manufacture has greatly in
creased at the same time.
Mr. II. C. Illouln was engaged by the
trustees to succeed Dr. W. Maxwell
lib director of thu laboratory und ox- j
perlment station, and made a eucccaa
ml start In his work, visiting also
ccry plnntatlon of theso Islands and
thus making the personal acquaint
ance of ecry manager and gaining
his Information on tho spot. I bcllovo
that Mr. Illouln did not only mako
friends for himself among tho plant
irs but proed himself a man of high
scientific attainments and good practi
cal experience which adapted him par
tlcularly for the position he was call
cd upon to fill. It was n matter of ro
gret to tho trustees, therefore, to
htuo to accept Mr. Ulouln's resigns
Hon, necessitated by tho latter s pro
tracted Illness brought on by cllmnti
ml causes. NuM-rtlieless, Mr. Illouln
lias sent In an annual report to the
members of the Planters' Association
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n,.pl,,in ,, , ,,, .,,,.
10 ,,, )nt,mucr9 to lslt tho station If
conxenlont, as It is of Interest to c
oiy ono directly or tndlrettly council'
id "lth the sugai-plantlng industry,
Mr. O F. EtUart l tiuroornilly In
TfiSf J'L.V.VJ?."!1,"11 1V,.b ""VJ
tho losltlon satisfactorily. Aj caalr
l.nn of the committee on frrtill7atlou.
Mr. Eckart has prepared a vabmbc
report to bo presented at this s rslcn.
Amrng other subjects for mutual
discussion and exchango of vlows,
piobably tho subject of rales of wages
will ho the most Importnnt, nnd it Ic
to bo hoped thnt unanimity of action
will solve this problem to tho best In
terests of nil concerned.
Itcporls of committees on various
subjects will be submitted to voir
consideration, ns usual, nnd ther
remains nothing for mo to enlarge
upon, but I bid ou a hearty welcome
and I hopo nnd trust that our dclib-
trntlons will be nrodiictlva of n caod
uXstn,mlng anmng ourgm'd se
nnu bo beneliclnl In many other was.
V. A. HUJIAErEH.
President Hawaiian Sugar Planters
At 11 "41 o'clock adjournment was
taken until 2 o'clock, nt which time
the managers and trustees will moil
Jn executive session.
(H Pill TEA
Hllo. Nov 10 With the spirit of
1 C7olgoKZ, I.um Hln, n Chinese labor
er nt Papalkou. placed parls green In
tin last Monda evening and proffeied
It to seventeen of bis fellow-country-nun
nnd colnborcis to drink. The
accepted the cup which they supposed
,', , . 1 ,w "'"-
would cheer, only to fine themselves
pain. Hhu applied proper remedies
and left them all with lair prospects
hour of tlio poisoned Chinese who
had partaken of a smaller quantity ol
the polsun, walked Into the city and
applied to l)r. Stow for relief. He
gave then! medicine and for a time tne
lloor of his ofllce looked like a ward
In an emergency hospital. The quar
tet were soon able to go about town
ind find lodging among their own peo
ple. Deputy Sheriff Overend, with Dr.
(teld drove out to Papalkou Monday
night, but Inquiry failed to develop
any knowledge of the w hereabouts of
the wholesale poisoner. I.um Hln hud
performed his dinbolltal work and van
ished. A warrant was sworn out Tuesday
morning nnd no stono will be left un
turned In the effort to catch the fugi
tive. Aktina, one of the poisoned Chinese,
made thu following statement .Monduy
"There wern Kevenleen of us nt Pa
palkou poisoned bj drinking tea which
had been drugged bv Luni Hln. a fel
low laborers. I left my comrades alll
In a comatose condition. I.um Hln
Is a ver quarrelsome Chinaman and
Is always at outs with his fellow la
"These seventeen men were all
working mauku carrying wood for
ti roselves down to the camp. I.um
Illu remained at home nnd did not
work. When tbo crowd eamo homo
they all drank of tho ten prepared for
mem uy i.um inn and immediately
became dizzy from the effects."
Dr. Stow had In his possession a
tumbler full of the beverage and In
the vicious looking sediment traces ot
the deadly poison could he plalnl seen
with the naked eje. Tribune'
Origin of oman.
Jn Oriental countries women nru gen
erally regarded ns the Inferiors of men,
vet, according to a Hindoo legend, this
Is tho proper origin of the bbx: Twas
trl, the god Vulcan of thu Hindoo
m Otology, created the world. Hut un
his commencing to create woman he
discovered that with man ho had ex
hausted all his creative materials, and
thnt not one solid element had been
left. This, of course, greatly per
plexed Twushtrl, and caused him to
fall In profound meditation. When ho
arose from It be proceeded as follows:
He took the roundness ot the moon,
thn undulatlug curves of thu serpent,
the graceful twlBt of the creeping
plant, the light shivering of the grass
blade and the bleuderness of the wil
low, the velvety softnecs of the llowcis,
the lightness of the feather, the gentle
gazo of the doe, the frollcsomcness of
tho dancing sunbeam, the tears of the
cloud, tho inconstane-y of tho wind, tho
tlmldnrts of the hnro and the vanity
ot tho peucock, the harness of tho dia
mond, thn sweetness of honey, tho
cruelty of the tiger, the heat of the
lire and the chill of the snow, the
cackling of the parrot nnd the cooing
of the turtledove. All theso he mixed
together and formed woman. Then he
presented her to the man.
Manifold Is human strife,
Human passion, human pain;
Many a blessing yet Is life,
Many pleasures still remain;
Yet tho greatest bliss In life,
And tho richest prize wo Unci,
Is a good, contented mind.
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JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT QLAS8.
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The Correct Vehicle for Ladies 'Driving !
Duplicate ol Prie Winner, Paris Exposition, ifjoo.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
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Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 23 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
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1120 FORT STREET
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Btninjcnwnld Building.
Daintiest and prettiest Ice cream
pallors on the Island, and conducted
in first class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTER8,
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Etc
Electric fans generously distribut
ed mako tho place cool and comfort
able, and the new beautiful furniture
gives It a tone -of spleudor.
OPPICE OPEN DAY AND NlfillT.
Flue caskets, shrouds anil robes
of every description.
First-class Embnlmer front S, F.
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TEL. MAIN 179.
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Pari Credit Lyonnals.
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Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
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Victoria. and Vancouver Bank of
Dritish North America.
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approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' CreditB Issued. Dills of Ex
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Collections Promptly, Accounted For.
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Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, availablo
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposita 7 day
notieo 2 per cent, (tin? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undibturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 1 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A83ET8, JUNE bJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Hank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twcnt -third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. IJ. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DHlECTOItS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Oear. C. 11. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kecch. J. A. Lyle,
jr., j. m. l.ittic, u. b. noyu.
A. V. GEAR.
omce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Depofilto will be
received nnd Interest allowed by the
Dank nt four and one-half per cent
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ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
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Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24,000.000
Pnld lip Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510.000
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lection Hills of Exchange, Issues DraftB
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business,
On Fixed Per cent
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For 12 months 4
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For 3 months 3
Dranch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
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constantly arriving keeps our
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Your neighbor has told you
about us und If you haven't al-
reudy begun to Undo with us
you aro wishing you were.
We will not advertlso sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
wee-K because wo keep every-
thing In tho grocery line, but
tho Inducements wo offer aro
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Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
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Jobbing promptly 'attended to.
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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Office jnd residence, 312 Queen tt,
near Government building.
M. R. BERTELMAN'8
IS - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
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AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLb.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The pure jutco of tho grapefruit. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
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wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu. T. of II.
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Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarcapa-
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...-, ...... ...,, w..lv.., ..,,y,,.
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
immpigni! urange onampagne, Kol.l
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
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Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
ocuzcr, vicny ana pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60e per
dor. Distilled Water Id 3 gallon dem.
IJohns, 10c per gallon and 50c chaige
on demijohn until returned.
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