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Department of Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 1889.$
'Iho following persons have been
appointed Assessors and Collectors
t Taxes for tho respective Taxation
Wtlaions ol the Kingdom, in nccord
nn.ee with nn Act to nmend nnd regu
late the Law, relating to tho appoint
ment and tenuro of office of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1888:
C. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
H. Q. TREADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT C. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior.
C. W. Asm-out),
212 lm 82 4t
PUdftd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1889.
AVe learn from Messrs. "W. G.
Irwin & Co., agents of the Oceanic
Steamship Company, that the steam
ship Umatilla was to arrive in San
Francisco, March 28th from Port
land. As latest advices from the
Coast stated she was to leave San
Francisco March 31st, for Honolulu,
that would only give her three days
in which to discharge and load. The
company is noted for its prompt and
quick dispatch, and in this case the
Umatilla may have left on the 31st
and be here on the 7th. But as
three days is a very short time for a
large steamer in which to discharge
and load heavy cargoes and fit up
specially for the island trip, it may
be that she would not get away until
say April 1st or 2d, consequently
may not be here until next Monday
ROAD BOARD FOR HONOLULU.
It has been asked why Honolulu
has not a road board as well as the
country district-,. A sufficient rea
son is that thu Act establishing local
road boards exempts Honolulu.
The law reads, Section 2, "The
Minister of the Interior shall ap
point three competent residents of
each taxation district of the king
dom, except Honolulu, one of whom
shall be named as Chairman, who
shall act and be the Road Board for
the district for which they are ap
pointed." So the law as it now
stands docs not permit a road board
for this district. If it be deemed
advantageous that the roads of the
city should be in charge of a board
the law can be amended at the next
session of the Legislature. On the
whole, tho road board system seems
to have given satisfaction to the
country districts, and is pronounced
to be a vast improvement on the sys
tem which it displaced. We know
of no reason why the system is not
as well adapted to Honolulu as to
the country districts. In fact, we
believe an intelligent road board
would be a good substitute for a
THE MOSQUITO NUISANCE.
Editoh Bulletin; It is certainly
desirable to have the scenery of any
country enlivened by the presence
of insects, especially those which
have beautiful coloring like Botne
butterflies and beetles.
Honolulu and all the islands of
this group have been unfortunate
in the choice of their selection of
insects. Thero are many insects
destructive to the comfort and pro
perty of man.
If it is intended that these islands
shall ever become a "Paradise in
facto," the time has arrived for tho
wholesale destruction of the mos
quito, "the bumble bee nnd the
Neck and arms of the most beauti
ful ladies are often disfigured by
iuo suck or the nasty mosquito, the
,bumbla bco destroys our houses,
fences, to., the aphis retards tho
growth of our pet trees and some
itimos kills them.
These inseots are multiplying fast
.and should it be concluded to tfes-
Itrojvthera,' thore would bo n great
saving by beginning tho work of
The butnblo bee in its travels
fructifies tho flowers of various fruit
and seed bearing plants, the honey
bee, butterfly nnd many other in
sects do the same, tho spider is over
busy to reduce tho number of flies
and sonic other obnoxious insects,
but ants, flics and oven cock
roaches, if they do not become too
numerous are a blessing to mankind
on account of their being scaven
gers. Mosquitoes, however, are a curse
wherever found, and if the evil be
allowed to spread and increase, the
task to destroy them will be less
easy and more expensive.
There would be no occasion to use
Ore-arms, but the raising of spiders,
lizards nnd pinaos should be en
couraged. As the flea happens to be a katna
aina it should of course not be
THE "WESTMEATH" AFFAIR.
Editor Bulletin: With your
permission I beg to briefly refer to
tho communication by "Polaris
cope" in the Inst issue of the "Ga
zette." That writer in his zeal to purge
the murky ntmosphcre surrounding
the case of the "Westmenth" mnkes
statements, which unsupported by
facts, must be considered by all un
biased persons as mere bosh or
contemptuous insinuations as to the
integrity of the U. S. Custom House
oillcials. That such frauds, as that
implied by his assertions, should be
perpertiated and then condoned, for
I am not aware of any reference to
them by the public prints of Ame
rica, nor of justice having been
meted out to the perpetrators, must
seem incredible to most minds.
From the tone of his statements
"Polnriscope" would seem to be in
possession of official or state secrets
denied to ordinary mortal". If such
a presumption be correct, and Hint
an 'open sesame' lays bare to him
the rottenness, which by his showing
exists, if he be an American let him
blush for the degraded officialism of
his country. But American will re
fuse to accept such puerile and un
authoritative statements. As to the
alleged tampering with the polaris
copes it would be well to bear in
mind the simplicity of this instru
ment, and the readiness with which
it can tested, as to its correctness,
and how easily adjusted, and farther
that any experienced operator can
verj' closely estimate the percentage
of purity ot a sample before putting
it to the polariscopic test, certainly
close enough to defeat any attempt
at fraud in the manner indicated.
The affair of the "Westmeath"
has been so long before the public
who has been made fully conversant
with the facts, that it will take much
weightier evidence than tbt impov
erished vaporings of this writer, to
cause it to amend or modify its ver
dict in the slightest degree.
ANSWER TO Q.R.S.T.
Editor Bulletin: In answer to
Q.R.S.T., who assisted in filling the
"Advertiser's" empty space this
morning, will you allow me to supply
the following from a chapter of the
Book of Truth. Observer.
And there came to a city that was
called Gentility, a vast multitude.
They bore in their midst one
against whom they had risen.
And they bore him unto tho High
Priest, who was called Courage, and
was the sou of Valiant.
And Valiant in tho days of tho
king's father had also been u High
And when he was brought befoic
the High Priest the multitude cried
out, He hath sinned against our laws
and worked much injury.
And in tho multitude thero were
some that also cried out, Ho is in
league with the evil one, and doth
make his tongue bear false witness.
And the High Priest did summon
before him one, Public Opinion. He
that was of the lino of Criticism, and
a mighty man among the scribes.
And unto the scribe did ho bid the
people speak their grievances, nnd
mightily did thoy do so and did also
cry for vengeance.
And the Scribe did say unto them,
What call ye this man that has of
fended? And they did answer, Q.R.S.T.
And whence came lie? asked tho
And they did answer, No man
Nor doth his face bear semblance
of any people. And his cars are of u
mighty length and do sway them
hither nnd fro.
And ho doth bellow in a language
that is strange.
And he doth bedition teach, in that
ho doth bid us, that we do no longer
respect our Judges, and 'our people,
who in the eye oi the law aro mado
mighty and of dignity.
Thoreupon did the Scribo say unto
hiurthat was accused :
What has thou to say unto all this
thou hast heard?
And he that wns accused did wax
warm, nnd did fill tho space with n
And none did understand him, for
ho spoke no souse.
Thereupon tho multitudo did cry
out, Crucify him 1
And tho Scribo did speak unto
Courage, he that was the High
Priest, saying, Lol the peoplo do
loudly cry out against this man, and
I have spoken unto hini.uud he doth
bcem oven as one who huth no
And tho High Priest did hand him
over unto the multitudo, saying, Ho
hath sinned against thee, do with
him as thou wilt.
And tho peottlo in their wrath did
hum his oyes, so that thero was in
them no longer sight.
And thoy did cut out his tonguo,
so that no longer could ho bear false
And thoy did then cast him out,
and for many clays did ho feed with
tho swine, that wero of tho King's
And they, not relishing his com
pany, did sot upon him as he slept,
and smote him unto death.
And from that day were the
Judges respected, for he in whose
head the worm of jealousy did fester
was no more.
On Saturday Inst, under the direc
tion of the Minister of the Interior,
Superintendent Wilson of the Water
Works, again supplied the Makikl
reservoir with nater from the arte
sian well at the corner of Kapiolani
nnd Beretauia streets. The engine
used was Mechanic No. 2, built at
Manchester, X. II., with a capacity
of 18 horse power. The two hydrants,
placed at each side of the well, were
the same used the week previous.
They were connected to the engine
and wall by 2 J Inch pipes of 31 feet
nnd 10 feet G inches respectively.
Tlie pumping began 0:30 p. in. At
7:25 the water began flowing into
the reservoir, at a stenm pressure of
ttic engine of 85 lbs. At 9 p. m.
the pumping wns discontinued to
test the quantity of water coming
from tho city's main. At 9:30,
when pumping was re-commenced
the water gauge at the well decreas
ed in pressure of 4lbs., showing con
clusively that the request of the
Water Department to the residents
along the mains from point of oper
ation to the reservoir, had not been
complied with; nnd at 9 :-15 a fur
ther decrease of 5 lbs. was register
ed. During the pumping at 2:30
a. m., the pressure on tho hydrant,
connected with the well at Thomas
Square from which the pumping was
tested and found to be not a pound
less than was usual when the steam
pumping was not going on. This
clearly demonstrated the inexhausti
ble quantity of water in the well.
During the time of pumping the
steam pressure fluctuated between
30 and 87, and the water pressure
between 18 and U0 lbs.
The engine stopping from 9:00
to 9:30 caused a loss of 3 inches in
the reservoir, equal to 17,743 gal
lons. The engine discontinued
pumpiim at 2-30 a. m., caused a
loss of - of an inch between then
and 2 :45, when tho soundings
Shut off gate on Lunalilo street at
7:30. Took first sounding at Ma
kiki Reservoir at 7:45, when the
depth was 2ft. Sin. Following is a
table giving the soundings at inter
vals ot fifteen minutes:
1 :30. .
1 :45. .
The entire amount of water pump
ed into the basin was 2 feet ljV in.,
making in all 80,000 gallons of wa
ter. The above statements speak for
themselves, and are an assurance to
those of our citizens who feared a
drought, that the Minister of the In
terior has found ample means to
supply the city mains with water to
meet nil necessary demands, nnd at
an expense when compared with
the advantages gained that is very
small. Superintendent Wilson, who
has spent much labor and study on
tho question of water supply, thinks
that with these pumpings from the
artesian wells, and the almost un
limited resources of several natural
sticums that tie has lately discover
ed in the mountains, the muchly
feared horrors of a drought can be
positively overcome. The Superin
tendent is to be congratulated for
the successful issue of his experi
ments, and is deserving of all com
mendation for the industry he has
displaying in his efforts to show that
Honolulu can be spared the suffer
ings from a dearth of water.
Tuksimy, April 2d.
Manuel Perry was lined 10 and
SI. 70 costs, for violating rule C of
the carriago regulations.
Edmund Doctor, John Mecavaty,
and Ileeia were lined 80 for drunk
enness. Geike was fined $2 for cruelty
npiIE adjourned meetinj; of the res!
X dents and ntoperty owners of Beie.
tauia siP'i't nnil neighborhood Will he
held on THURSDAY, April 4th, ai II
o'clock a. ti , iii iho Chamber of Com
merce, t r the purposo of receiving
Committee report and to take action
21!l2t THE COMMITTEE.
npiIE jewelry business heretofore cur
JL ried on under the Arm name of
Gomes & Wichuinn has passed into the
solo possession nnd ownership of t.h
undersized, by purchase, and will
hereaftur be carried on by him at the
old btuud, Fort slrcei, Honolulu, wheiu
all outstuuding accounts are to be settled,
II. F. WIOHMAN.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1889, SIS lw 83 It
MEIEORUIUCICAI. RECORD FOR MARCH
AT 9 A.M. LOCAL TIMK.1
Means for month.
Temperature Barometer 71.0
Uncorrected nitrometer Reading. 30.238
Corrected Barometer Reading... .30.103
Temperature, dry bulb 75.4
" wot 07.0
Elastic forco of aqueous vapor 512
Relative humidity C1.5
AT 0 I M. I.OCAI. TI.MI1.
Temperature Barometer 72.4
Uncorrected Barometer Reading. 30.12C
Corrected Barometer Reading... 30.140
Temperature, dry bulb C3.8
' wet " C3.8
Dew point C0.4
Klnstlo force of aqueous vapor . . . .529
Relative humidity 74.8
Minimum thermometer S0.7
Minimum thermometer 04.0
Rainfall as per Fliirioincter(inches) .710
kxtkkmks von month.
Highest corirctcd liar, rending, 30.312
on tue iviii at a. m.
Lowest corrected It r
on then h at!) a. m.
on the 2Mb.
In shade, 85.5
In shade, 57.
on i ne bin.
Greatest dally rainfall,
on the 30th.
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of March, 1SS!, wns 43,
distribu cd as follows :
Under 1 year....
Fiom 1 to 5
From 5 to 10
From 10 to 20...
From 20 to 30...
From 30 to 40... 0
From 40 to 50. .
From 50 to 00.
From 00 to 70..
causi: or hi'.ath
Itrights Disease. 1
Consumption.. . 0
Cholera Infant.. 0
Dis. of Heart. .. 3
Dis. of Brain.... 1
Debl ity 1
Dis. of Lungs.. 1
Fever Brain.... 0
Hemorrhage .... 3
Old Age 4
Pueumo in I
Typhoid Fever.. 0
Ulcer of Stomach 0
Number unattended 10
COMPARATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY-
Mar. 1SS5 52. Mar. 1SS8 55
Mar. 1. 0 44 Mar. 1880 43
M r. 18S7 47
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS
Fort Street School..
St. Louis College.
Scholars absent 3 or more consecutive
days on account of sickness or alleged
sickness are repoited sick.
J. II. Brown,
Ao;ent Board of Health.
Honolulu, Mar. 31, 1889.
Vichy Water !
GENUINE Vichy Water for sale.
Price, 15 cent- a dozen.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
211 lw 28 Mei chant street.
T OS r from the Thomas
JU Place, I
Place, Piikol street,
March 22nd, at 15 o'clocl;
One Dark Hurse, marked with thistle
brand on hip, has right forward foot
white, long tail, shaguy mane and fore,
lock. Return to King Bros, lintel
street, or the Thomas Place. 20G tf
ALL persons having claims against
W. L. Vridi-nburg will please
present them to Cliarhs Creighton on or
licfore Juno 30, l8t-0. 19S lm
rpHE copartnership herctoforo exist
JL ing between J Uocrper and B.
llii'chhon under tho firm name of
liinchnoii & Coerper, was this day
dU-oiVed hy mutual congi-nt.
Honolulu, March lit), lhS'J. 211 St
AT asocial meeting of the People's
Ice & HcHgerator Co held this
day, Mr 11. M. Dow was elected treas
urer, . E. Wall ri-slgned
W. E. FOSTER,
Secretary l l. & R. Co.
Honolulu, March 29, 18S9. 210 St
'PHE partnership heretofore ixlftine
1 1ielec:nM. N. Sanders anl F, I.
Cutter under Hit niuno of SunderM hi
press Co has hten dissolved. The hush
nets will he cui ried on by M. N. Sanders
as heretofore. F. I. Cutter is not nutlio.
tizud to collect any monies due tho llrm,
cither on the express business or tor the
enrmge of rubblbh.
200 lm M. N. SANDERS.
San Fiuncibco, Cal.,
February 19. 18K9. )
WE herewith certify that Messis.
Dodd & Miller are our duly au
thorized and only ugenis for the Ha
waiian Inlands for the sale of our Lager
Beer 1 lu-jr-.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John II. Wielaud tiros.
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
JL Kingdom "The Dally Bulletin.'
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Lease f Residence
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 91.,
At tho r sldenco of Mrs. Q. II. Luce,
Punchbowl slree!, 1 will sell Ht Public
The Lease of said Residence!
Having A4 years to run, with privilogo
of X yours cilciisl u nt a monthly rental
of $'0. Also at the same time uud placo
I will sell tho
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
Largo Koa Center Tab c,
Cliituc Inlaid Cent r Table,
Uphol. Easy Chairs A Sofas,
Ebony Chairs, Wicker Easy Chairs,
Marblctop Tables, Pictures,
(Hudall Carte & Co. maker-);
Decorated Vases, Hon Book Shelves,
Lnrge Koa Hook Case,
B. W. Marblctop Bedroom Set,
Spring nnd Hair Mattrasscs,
1 Large Bras Hcdstcad,
1 Large Wnrdiobc,
Dressing' Tables, Bureaus,
1 Colored Muhietop Wnsbstund,
1 Largt- Koa Olllce Table & Desk,
1 Curved Ssideboitrd,
(! Cat ved Dining Chairs.
1 B. W. Pedestal Ex. Dining Table,
Crockery, Glass nnd Plated Ware,
1 "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
Meat afe, llefrigciuto1-,
Garden Stands, Large Ferns,
1 CA-JLlXtlAGX: 11011S13 I
1 i! wheeled Hiiikw, 1 Set Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
C2?P rmteis will be open for ins- cc
lion on Tues lay, April 2nd, from 9 a. m.
to :t i m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AWELL-I5HOKEN, 1st r.lasg
.Mule, and 0 Sets of liar,
ncos. Apply to
Queen & l'um.hboul streets.
KS. MONUO ., ladies' nurse, hai
removed to N 3, Kukui lane
and ladies' uui&e.
of 22 years experience nt Queen Char,
lottu Lying-in. Hospital, Loudon. Other
ilnnds not objected to. Residence,
".lord n n House," School street P (.
Box 47'.; Mutual Tele. 37?. 170 3m
SCOTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
in 14 lb. tins. For salo by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
178 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
COTTAGE lately occu.
pied by Mr. Uarney Or-
dunstein, situate on Emma
street, between the mansions of Hons.
i!. R. Bishop, James Campbell and S. B.
Dole, neai Emma Square. No piano
wanted, uo dust, no taro patches. Only
u fuw minutes walk to the now site for
tho Central Union Church. No tramway
cars wanted Anph to
E. S. CUNHA,
148 tf Union .-niloon.
P. O. Box asi. -58- Bell Tele. S74.
Hawaiian Business Agency.
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Accountant & Col lectors
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
Manager of Advertising Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collodions will rcccivo special attou.
lion and returns promptly made.
Real Estato bought, told and leased.
Taxes Paid and pnipeily siiftly injured-
Houses, Cottages, Rooms and Ohlcosj
lea.ed and reu'id, nud rents rollected.
Firo and Life Insurance effected in first
class In u unco Cump.inlcR.
Conveyancing a 8 peclalty Records
Bi-niched and correct Abstiacts of Title
Legal Documonli and Papers of every
description euieiully diawn and hand,
Copying and Translating in all languages
in emend uo In till- Kingdom.
Custom House Business transacted with
nccutacy and dhpatch.
Loans negotiated ut favornblo rates.
Gold, Ulvor and Certificates bought and
Advertisements and Subscriptions toll
cited for publishers.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Artlclo purchased or sold.
Inter-Island Orders will recelvo parti,
To Lot, Furnished and Unfurnished Cot
lages in desirable localities at reasonable
Several Valuablo Properties in and
uround the oily now for sale and leaso
on easy terms.
CQyAll business entrusted to our care
will receive prompt and faithful atten.
tlon at moderate charges Feb-4-69
B. F. EH1EES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received a
The Leading Millinery House
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HABDWAEE, PLOWS & GEN'L IEBCHANDISE.
oVovoltioH itiiU JTiiuey Goods In lutirfxa Variety.
NlOf. J- nnmed Cot In ire
on Punchbowl s-trcct
near the Mnrmon t burch, n
dne health locality, quiet neiebborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
I8ti tf At Rd. HoffDchlneger & Uo.'s.
ROOMS TO L.ET
ed Rooms. Board if re-
quired. Apply at "(Jhambet-
lain House," King street, opposite Ka
waiahno Seminary. 18-1 tf
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
NEW Ontundrr Car
riace just finished
and hand.omcly trimmed
in first class style must be immediately
soli) to clone an alignment, can be seen
nt W. II. Pain-'- ci'rlagc mauufaetury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES of the Hawaiian Directory
for 1888-9 recully published by
the McKcnnoy Directory Co. for tale
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Salo Cheap..
1-STOItY Uottnge, nearly
new, containing parlor,
uining.room, 4 bedrooms, kit-
ebon, bathroom and water-closet, veran
das, stable, wagou.sbcd, chicken house
and yard, flower garden, etc. Lot 'JSx
100 feet, and leased Jot ndjinin 75x7"i
feel. Situate at Kapalaina, mauka side
of King street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LONG established in ado
siialdc locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
UJ years nt low rental is uttered, (on
arcoiiMt of Ill-health), without bonus, to
party tiuylni: the turniluro at a fair
valuation. I here are 2.1 rooms on iho
prcniii-CJ well furnished, yielding a
handsome revenue Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
limil m Estate !
Two Valuable, Lots,
Bitua'.o on Eulaokahua Plnlns to
JLot Xo. 107 on Government map
of hulaokahua Plains, with ootiago and
out-buildinifs, Miade and cllolco fiult
tries. This lot has n frontage oflOl.'l
leet on Ucretania street and
148.4 feet, Cottage now
Mr. D. Lyons.
JLot 'So. 84 on raid map with house
ami oul-buildings and lino fruit and
thado tress This lot fronts on Young
stnet 101.0 feel and has a depth
of 148.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
These lots adjoin that valuablo pro
perly owned and occupied by Mr. V.
Maertens, nnd are the property of Mrs.
JfiTThey will bpfold either in parcels
or us a whole, "or further Information
WU, O. SMITH,
Attorney lor Nanoy Wirt.
Fresh Lot of
jlIR. 1 WILUKLM, c
1YJL Kauai, lnivinu made
c an asHun-
ment to tlic-utidersigucd tor the beuellt
of his creditors, all persons havinir anv
claims against said F. Wilhelm aro
hereby requested to pic-cnt the same to
tho undersigned at tbe otllce of II. Hack,
fcld & Co within thiee months from
date, and all pet sons indobted to said
F. Wilhelm ore requested lo make im.
mediate payment to Mr. W. O. Schmidt
at Waimea. or to
J. F. IIAOKFELD,
Assignee of F. Wilhelm.
Honolulu, Mnreli 25, lUtfU. v07 7t
Removal of Barber Shop.
1'. JARDISI ha removed his
t-liop trnm Kinc sticet to McCar
thy's JJillin.nl i'arlore, Jb ort ureet, where
he is piepared to serve with the best
care and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 23-89 ly
AR. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
oflice and phnrmac) al Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and R-chard
streats. Scientific treatment in all dis
eases of demesne, animals Orders for
plantation and rnnch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 354,
P. O Box 320. mh.18.89
Having secured the services
First Olnss Cook
And made many other changes in the
management wo aro now pre
pared to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolaln.
Real Birijp Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrlggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), has this
Trado Mark on each article.
fyUnj la Utj
Club House Dining Ron
By an Act of Parliament lately rimed
ll Is mado a felony to use tho word Iial.
brlggan on goods not manufactured
there, either hy stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless the
place where manufactured is also stalp'd
in equally largo letters as tup word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original lialbriggau Hollers,
Per W. O. Bproull.
I have now on hand a Large Assort
In all colprs and styles,
Specially made to my order and pattern.
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