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KVKNINd BUI.LhrrrN, -HONOLULU, It. T., MONDAY. NOV. 25, 1901.
Published Kvery Day Kxcept Sunday.
nt 120 KIiir Street. Honolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLAGK II. KAlUUNOTON..Killlor
Entered nt tlio 1'ost OKlco nt Hono
lulu nn second-class matter.
ler month, nnywhero in U H...$ .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S. $.00
1'er ear, pot.ild, forelRii. . 13.00
I'nyahle Invnrlnbly In advance.
l'ott Offi.ro Ilox 718
The ceacon Is nluli when, necnidlng.
to the tlnie-hnllovved I'lwtnm of nut
people, the I'resldcnt appoints n day
an the especial occasion for pialno nnd
t)mn),Kclln tn Hod.
Thl ihnnltKKlilm; flml tin people
still bowed with suriov. fur the
death of a great and iokmI Prenldent.
We mourn President McKlnley be
cause we so loved and honoied him,
and the manner of his death hIhiM
avvaUen In the bronstn of our peoplu
a keen anxiety for the country am. nl
the n nu time a resolute purpose not
to be driven by nny calamity Irom the
path of Btrone, orderly, popular lib
erty which as ii nation we hae thus
far safely trod.
Yet In unite of this Kic.it disaster.
It Is nevertheless true that no people
un earth have such abundant muse
for thanksgiving ni v.e have. The
past year tn particular has been one
of peace and plenty. We havo pros
pered In things material and have,
been able to work for our own uplift
Inn In things Intellectual and spiritual
Let us remember thft, as much has
been given us, much will be expected
from tii ; nnd that true homages comes
from the, hearts an well ns irom tho
lips, and shows Itself In deeds. Wo
can best prove our thankfulness to
the Almighty by tho way In which
un this earth nnd at this tlmo each
of us does his duty to his fellow-men.
Now, therefore, I. Theodore Koose
vHt, President of the United Slates,
do hereby deslgnato us n tiny of gen
eral thanksgiving Thursday, the -.'Slti
of this present November, Mut ilo lee
Omraend the people cease from their
wonted occupations and at their sov
ml homes and places of worship rev
erently thank tho diver of nil good
for the countless blessings of our na
Dono at the city of Washington,
this 2d day of November, In the year
of our lxird one thousand nine hun
dred nnd one, and of the Inuependeneo
of the United States tho one hundred
tsig) thkodoui: uoosrvelt.
lly the President:
John Hay, Secretary of State.
Captain Tllley evidently has some
rear relatives of tho Thurston liar As
sociation among his fellow citizens at
Superintendent Hoyd may well
throw up his hands when viewing the
destruction wrought In Illlo by the into
storm. Immediate work Is required
and there's not a dollar In the tieasury
to do ft with.
The necessity for a special session
to provide money for the Territory has
reached the point where u refusal of
the Governor to call the Legislature In
kcsslon will result In the election of n
Legislature in 1903 in which even an
administration minority will not b
The Washington conespondent who
says that the chief product of the
Schley Inquiry Is ruined or impaired
reputations among Ulcers of tho navy
undoubtedly hits the nail on the head.
It makes no difference what the Hoard
finally reports, the partisans of Samp
son and Schley will maintain that full
Justice has not been dono, bernuso the
bitterness of the strlfo has led tliu
principals and their friends to make
assertions that cannot be forgotten nor
upheld by tho Hoard. Whatever tin
verdict may be on the Santiago battle,
the aftermath has rcsulttu In serious
mistakes on both sides.
EUROPEAN SUGAR CP.I8IH.
Hawaii is not the only sugar pro
ducing section of the world that finds
Itself worrying over the, condition of conclusion Is Justified that Bomo lutor
tho sugar market as affected by In- est other than that of tho publisher
creased production and the prospects W18 behind such an extraordinary
for wonderful development offered In move- .J0 d,oubL M,0 clrc"lar W1"
Cuba Europe and part.culat.y Gor- 1 TLm
man beet sugar producers are In a raos per8 comot bo sufficiently familiar
perturbed state of mind. On account with tho sugar trado tu dotoct the sin
of tho critical position In which the Istor motive which prompted tho clr
beet sugar men find themselves a con- culatlon of this statement. This move
ference of all European sugar export- has therefore had tome effect In Infill
ing contrles has been called to meet in fcnK people In favor of the sugar
Brussels next month, to discuss the
abolition of the sugar bounties.
The New York Sun says of the con-
dltlons tho Europcuns have to con-
aider: "Germany, Austria-Hungary,
France and Hussla, the great producing
countries, havo gathered a beet crop
this fall that will yield the largest out-
put of sugar yet produced. Germany
T i i i
In particular bids fair to be so over-
whelmed with sugar that It can neither
consume It nor sell It abroad except at
ruinous Bncrlilce. Owltiir to the enor.
mous stimulation which tho bounties
paid on export sugar have given to th
cultivation of the sugar beet this artl-
of the German Empire. About one-
fourth of tho sugar consumed by Eu- Republican party does not stand for a
rope and America is German beet su- tiirlff for revtnuo ns tho writers of thn
gar, although, curiously enough, tho circular would havo us believe, but
Germans themselves nro small sugar lh,ejr Btan,ui Quarcly upon tho principle
caters. They use only one-th.rd a. "P eas "fnteoi-iWt d.s.n
much sugar per capita as tho peop e of pi.nuol)8 to tlmt ,f , dlltyVtng.
tho United States or Orcat Britain, en off Cuban sugar, tho benefit of $85,
The result Is that for years past It has 000,000 goes tu tho peoplo. Wliero do
been necessary to find foielgn mar- the S5.000.000 duty como frnmT At
kets for a great deal more than half '" fa' of $1.85 per cwt., which Is
the croD ho Pr08ent "a'o, the sum of $5 rof.-
...., after vear tho Germans havo ('0. W0,lII approximately bo thn duly
ta! after year, tho Germans nayo on jt300iBRr, , according to
been putting more and more land Into tno crcllari eomo f.nm' otnPr J,an
beets In Bplte of tho Increasing dim- American sources, and on which duty
cultles of selling sugar abroad at profit- Is paid. These other sources, howevor
able prices. The unusually largo crop comprlso mnnv hosldes Cuba. Jr. fir t
of this year has come at a most un- according to the present estimate
fortunate time, for Oermany Is suffer- ,c'lb.9" ",uhKar 'rJh no.x,, "!ar wm
ing from a poor yield of wheat and ryo. Jei ,,hhoanSuTo?,,$8T.oohO?Otnoa',wJoUunn
and Industrial depression generally. havo to bo gpt . n:lIf r onp ,.,,,.,,,
The result Is that the our,,,-"'ng capa- figure the amount of duty which would
city of tho poorer classes, dependent be remlttod In rase Cuban sugar was
upon the factories or the farms for. admitted free. Perhaps this little mis-
support, has been seriously reduced.! calculation was unintentional on the
It Is estimated that the decline In sugar Part of tho publishers of tho circular,
consumption In Germany alono will It so. their reputation as statisticians
nmmini .tnrlns Hip riirrmt tlscnl venr nn1 Publishers of rellablo figures
f Tr L . -m cur.r 7aV'M would suffer severely. If It was not
to 75,000 tons. With n decreasing homo , ,ln,llcntlonal. they will Instead bo re
market Germany also sees Its foreign Karded as mora or lees adroit manlp
market threatened. Cuba Is reappear-. ulators of figures.
Ing as a competitor In tho United It Is a decidedly violent assumption
8tates. which during the last few that the benefit of the abolition of tho
years have bought on nn average about duty on Cuban sugar would go to tno
i2nniinnn minli of nermnn snaar I'W'Pl It Is by no means an Iron law
112,000,000 worth of Herman sugar or cconomca ,hal whcre R vahle hag
cvciy j ear. ijCcn established for an artleto under
"Although the crisis Is most Intense the Influence of an Import duty, the
In Germany, similar conditions are J amount of duty will nt once, bo tnncn
found In all the other countries paying. off the price for the benefit of tho con
beet fcugar bounties. Kvcti In Spain, I sumer whenever tho duty is removed
which u few j cars ago. did not produce I" J"11'!1'- ,,n fnct ,ho cl""";'1
..m i. .... ii. ...., ,.,. that the Ions share of tho benefit
mniclcnt sugar for Its own cousump- fr()m Rnch ftn ,, tf ,,llt,08 W()trt(1
Hon, the cultivation of tlio.sug.-tr beet K0 ,, tll0 carac011(l -p0CUets of tho
has been to stimulated by bounties M,sar tTiMt who would still continue
that the couutiy now r.ilaes all Its own i to buy this sugar, refine It, nnd sell It
sugar nnd has a surplus which It can 'at the highest pilco obtainable. This
scarcely sell abroad at a profit. In ' would bo the caso If the outy on raw
short, the supply of beet sugar must he , iS'0"0-. a. h"v fn ' '!!
. ii ..I ..... .,i.i. , fn'0or, ns Wlllett & i.rny very well
curtailed or prices ate certain .to fn I lnow aUmniKll ,ilpy Very shrewdly ro-
to a ruinous tlgnte. train from mentioning tho fact In their
The iiovt rum ins or me sugar ucci
gi owing coittitrlis of Kurope have
d elded that a definite and largo re
striction of the Htgnr beet nte.t tn be
planted next spi mg has become an un
avoidable necibslty. Many persons are
advocating the Immediate reduction ntUnnlil still remnln a nunntltv nf raw
the total abolition of the sugar boun-
ties, but the question Is whether n t
u.rlniM i-rlsln mav not be precipitated
by suddenly withdraw Ing the stimulant
i on which a great Industry lias nccn
built up. It will bo Interesting to see
what lemedy for the trouble will lin
TUB SUGAR TKUTH HCKBYB
IThe licet Sugar (Jnrctto.l
Tho press of the United Stntes was
deluged dining tho past mouth with
a cltcular emanating from Wlllett tk
Gray, which containing the following
"Tho totnl consumption of sugar In
the United States last year was 2,
219.SI7 tons, nnd based on the aver
age Increase of 6.31 per cent during
the past 19 years, tho consumption of
lllls year should be 2.360.585 tons. Ol
tbls quantity l.UoO.000 tons, In lound
figures, will comu from American
sources fa'y, ixiulslann being able to
produce 350,000 tons: United States
hTt factories, lCO'OO: Hawaii. 350,
000, and Porto Weo, 150,000, all being
free of duty, leaving 1,300,585 tons
tn come from other sources and on
which duty is paid. The average duty
arscssed Is 3fi per ton. or a total of
tl8.iiSl.OG0. The mice of nil tho sugar
consumed, however, being enhanced
to tho extent of the duty or $30 per
ton. or a total of I8I.9S1.0G0. It Is evi
dent that $30,000,000 additional Is paid
by tho peoplo In order to provide tne
government with $19,000,000 for reve
nue, of which tno government Is not
In need. If tho duty" Is taken off Cu
ban sugar tho benefit of $85,000,00
toes to tho people.
On October S tho Quotation for Cu
ban centrifugal sugar, 90 degrees test,
free on board at Cuba, was 1.90 cents
per pound; duty on samo 1.085 cents
equivalent to 8C per cent ad valor
The statistical journal of Wlllett &
Gray has held an envlalilo position In
tho sugar Industry not only of this
country, but of tho woilil. Hence
thero is nU tho mora cause for pro
found rngrct at tho fact that the pub
lishers of that paper havo stooped to
become the lackeys of tho sugar trust.
VVhllo tliel" statistical statements
havo not heretofore been Impugned
their present abuse of them Is calcu
lated to shake one's confidence even
In their figures. Tho principle fnlsus
In lino, fnlsus In omnibus, may proper
ly be apullcd to this ease, nnd It a
arm proves by its utterances that It In
cnmplfltly and absolutely lu tho ser
vice of it ccrtnln Interest, nnd uses tho
postlon of a publisher, which ought tn
bo dignified by ludleial Impartiality,
fur tho purpose nf furthering the In
terests of ono of tho 'greatest enemies
of the people at large, thero Is. abund
ant ground for distrusting thm In any
thing nnd everything Hint they may
havo to say to the peoplo. Attentlou
has been called on a pluvious occasion
tn an utterance which appeared In
Wlllett & Gray's Stastlstlcal Sugar
Journal having n similar tendency to
thi ono to which reference is now had
If that journal had confined Itself
to n Publication of tbeso figures and
tho specious argument constructed
upon them tn tho columns of their own
lournal. there mlsht bo less ermmri
tor the Inference that nomnthlng more
than tho Interest of the publisher in
laying factB beforo his readers wtm
back of tho publication. Hut if a pun-
usucr win no iu me irounio anu cx
uuubtt lu wblch this firm has been dur
ing tho past month in sending the
anove circular practically to tho en-
tiro Dress of tho United Kmi,.
In whoso Interest tho circular
much gratification rhat "tno ."
Hon Is mado that In very many cases
publishers either refused to fall Into
this trap, or published comments upon
ho circular which oxposed tho dupllr.
y embodied in It.
..Jt" ,he fl1?."rt'H as K'Yeu b' Wll-
i.VSS,!;'011.1, q1ue,tlon' 'or th
wko or argumont, it Is Been at once
that their conclusions are altogether
wrong. In tho first placo It is simply
a falsehood that the duty on raw sugar
lit Paid by tho neonlo In order to nrn.
vlue tho Government with $19,000,000
, r -"evf1110- f which tbv Government
'B"f thnhL.1.' ? X",t!",0W.n V
tect the domestic sucar In bistrv. Thn
eliculnr, that there Is n duty of St.ll
per cwt. on refined sugar. As long ns
thlH remains, there Is absolutely not
the least prospect of tho trust reduc
ing the prices -of sugnr so as to glvo
the people the benefit of the abolition
of tliu duty on Cuban sugnr. There
Mignr that would bo Imported from
other sources than rrom Cuba, on
which tho tariff would remain. Tho
trust would continue to buy this sugar
at the present figures, whllo It could
buy Cuban sugar nt an additional prof
it equal to tho duty that was taken
off from It, and It would chnrgo tho
peoplo the prlco based upon tho duty
nn refined sugar. The entire argu
ment of Wlllett & Gray's circular
ilicrelore inns to tho ground.
WELAU IN TIIH TOILS.
Wrlait, a well known native gambler,
who has frequently figured In the Po
lice Court, made another nppenrnnca
there this forenoon. This time he was
charged with vagrancy. Welait said
it was truo ho had not dono nny work
for n long time but he was perfectly
able to support himself by means of
gambling. There was a wealth of
meaning In these words tn a number
of gamblers In the room who had
bumped up against Welait beforch. The
prosecution asked that tho caso go over
until tomorrow and tho request wai
Arrested at the same time as Wclau
was Kred Itucastle. who used to drive
a hack lu town. When asked what ho
had to say, the defendant nnswercd
that ha had until three weekB ago, been
employed ns n enrpenter on n house
being built by Mrs. Afong. Since that
time ho had been looking ntnuiid for
work but had been unable to find nny.
However, he had made enough money
to keep his wife nnd family until lie
should find something else to do.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth ex
plained to tho court this whole Inten
tion In causing the nrrest of such men
ns Wclau nnd Iliirnstlo wns to break up
the gambling games that are being
carried on In the henit of tho city
Wclau was a well known gambler who
had ndmitted that ho mado his money
by means of games of cbnnce nnd thai
Ttttcnstlo had been seen day after day
hanging around the place where Welau
was In tho habit of plying his unlawful
tiade. This case wus also put over un
N. Katahnra and Sakal. twn Japan
ese, appeared in thn Police Court this
fotcnoon on the charge of vagrancy.
When tho defendants wern asked what
they had to say, Attorney Chllllng
worth, who appeared for tho prosecu
tion, stated to the court that the two
men were brothers-in-law of Mtznwa,
tho complaining witness and that ho
had asked that the caso bo nolle pros'd.
It Is not quite known what 'happened
to the complaining witness slnco ho
appeared at tho pollco station a day or
two ago and Insisted that tho two men
ho arrested. At that time, ho wns keen
for the prosecutions of his brothers-in-law.
This morning, ho appeared In a
different frame of mind altogether. It
Is doubtful, anyway. If the prosecution
could havo made out a case us thn twn
men had been given permission to go
on the premises of Miznwa and thlf
permission had not yet been with'
Eastern Stnr Hoclnl.
Hjlo. Nov. 22. Tho ladles or tho
Order of tho Eastern Star gave an
open scission entertainment Inst Sat
urday evening nt Masonic Hall. Mem
bers nnd Invited guests numbered
nenrly fifty. Thn early part of tho
evening was devoted to n stcrcoptlcan
show, I', which the slides were manip
ulated by .Messrs. Williams nnd Illch
nrds. An advertisement guessing con
test followed, W. J. Htono winning
first prize and Miss Cheek second.
After this tho company wns served
w Ith refreshments. Tribune.
Fine .Toll Priiiting at tho T5ul
Luau and Fair
tu be held nt
DRILL SHED ,
NOVEMBER SO, 1901.
In aid of Tho Sisters of tho Sacred
Tickets for solo nt nil stores.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fin. Ice Cream, and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
Th. Finest Retort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktail.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Eirope
Just arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA- '
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, QLA83, '
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARE8,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
j . Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BETIIIIL STREBT. '
yf i sw?TnBMihi fci dftal iff! if m Stnf 1
(The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
185 Merchant 8t.t next
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this," and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get firjt choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al1 be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for 51.25, now go for $1.00; $1.50
books go for $1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE !
Tho iindcrslKnud nssliinee of Bon. Guerroro offers Tor sale the follow.
Ing. IncluilliiB tlio goodwill of tho grocery storo heretofore doing bualneai
under name an atiovo on Miller street, nenr Uoretanla:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE. ,
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Tho auovo will be sold at lesavtban cost and a full description can be
bad ot sarou by calling .ou
H. F. LEWIS,
Aulgnee of Ben. Gu.rr.ro, at L.wl. oV Co., 1060 Fort 8trett.
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stnnficnwnld Building.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of, San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcedncr Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travclcra'
Letters of Credit is3ticd, available
in all tlio principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposit 7" day
uolico 2 per cent, (tlii? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for on? month), 3
montb3 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
A8SET8, JUNE &, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on'tbo monthly install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. U McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. II. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Clear,
DlltKCTOrtS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, C. U. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kocch, J. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Doyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Omce,Houra: 12;30 1;30 p. m.
BISHOP Sr CO.
Savings Dcpoeltn will bo
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-bait por cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Slllllterlhoil nnnttfll Vnn 9J AAn AAA
Paid Up Capital Yen I&OO0I0OO
ituBi-rveu runu xon fi.blU.UUO
HISAU UUMUK. YOKOHAMA.
Thn rtnnlc hlivn nnrl paftelvA. fr nn1.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
huu i-ciicrs 01 urcau, ana transacts a
general DanKing nusincss.
On Fixod Por cont
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Strut
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Wherever novelties, raro luxuries
for your tablo, woro to bo found, the
dollcacles of all climates, they havo
been liurehnnnil nnrl f.wwnriin.i tn Un.
Whatever was now for your table,
your cooking, tho llttlo conveniences
foi your kitchen, your bath-room, your
Hero you'll find tho rarest noaps,
brushes nnd bath accessories; all that
Is lato and now in tho world of fash
ion. At this season wo are receiving new
Preserves, Bon Sons
Honey Cake, Figs
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephone. 240.
1060 Fort Street.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractor, and Builder
Edward R. Swain,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley'
P, O. Bol Ite
Geo. W. Pago.
F. W. Deardslce.
P. O. Box 771
Architects and Builders.
Omce, Hoor&s 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. ,
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen db Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden building, alt.
Office and re.ldence, 312 Que.n L,
near Government building.
M. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
King street Orders left at either .hop
or office nt John Notfs store, Klnj
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and 0.ucen.
W. M.Cunnlnghain. Jno. Sehaef.r.
Kukdl 8t, Near Nuuanu."
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The pure Julco of the grapefruit. The
moBt healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort St..
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 4C2. Island orders solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire'. Rcot
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Ra.pberry, Strawberry, 8ar.apa
rllla, Vanilla Cr.am, Lemon, Ginger
Ale. Annie Cider. Plnranr.1. d. ......
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Koh
" c"iini rear vnampagne. Cider
and Soda Cocktail.
Mineral Watai-nii...i r-
gre.s, L'lthla, German Mineral' Water,
,.,, Titny ano ruro Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brew, and Arat u. m. '
dpi. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dim-
jwMiia, .wo per gallon and 50c charm
on demijohn until returned.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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