2 edition of saloon-keeper"s ledger found in the catalog.
Louis Albert Banks
by Funk & Wagnalls Co. in New York
|Statement||by Rev. Louis Albert Banks, with introd. by Theodore L. Cuyler.|
|LC Classifications||HV5296 B28, HV5296 B28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||129|
Ledger books of course can only tell you so much. The clientele looks to have been largely Irish, but that reflects the community. So far as you can tell from the entries the product sold was beer - in bottles, cases and kegs - hard liquor by the drink or in several sizes of bottles, and cigars. Record Title Date Span Format; Auditor: Assessors' Returns of Personal Property: , , 3 volumes (off-site) Blind Relief Record: MFM.
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ITEM NUMBER ONE. THE SALOON DEBTOR TO DISEASE. Our theme in this series of evening confer- ences is to be " The Saloon-keeper's Ledger." You all understand what a ledger is.
It is a book of results. Its balance sheets are the accu- mulated harvest of day-book and journal. The saloon-keeper's ledger: a series of temperance revival discourses.
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The Nakusp Ledge was published in Nakusp, in the Central Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, from October to December The paper was subsequently published as the Ledge both in New Denver, from December to Decemberand in Fernie, from January to August The Ledge was published by Robert Thornton Lowery, a prolific newspaper publisher, editor.
Although not named in the ledger, we suspect that this license was for the Washington Hotel, which Ford later owned with Bill Murdock.
It was located west of present Main street and probably south of present Division street, about where Easton's Books is located in. Title: A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux.
Drawings by Amos Bad Heart : Blish, Helen ption: Introduction by Mari Sandoz. Illustrations after drawings by Amos Bad Heart Buffalo, some color. 12x8¾, two-tone cloth, spine lettered in gilt, slipcase.
74 of copies. First in colophon by Bruce H. Nicoll of the University of Nebraska Press. Every man’s name is recorded in Laflin’s pages, and every shanghaier signed that ledger when he or she received their due bill.
One of the biggest discoveries is that retail clothiers on the waterfront received a larger proportion of payments of sailors’ advance wages than did saloon keepers. Thurow and Schubert Testify Against Capts. Doherty, McLaughlin, Devery, and Cross and Senator Roesch.
the first page of the “Big Mitt Ledger,” an account book kept by a swindler of payments to city officials, is posted below. Steffens also They were the loafers, saloon-keepers, gamblers, criminals, and the thriftless poor of all nationalities.
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Saloon keepers synonyms, Saloon keepers pronunciation, Saloon keepers translation, English dictionary definition of Saloon keepers. Noun 1. saloon keeper - the proprietor of a saloon owner, proprietor - someone who owns a business; "he is the owner of a chain of restaurants".
I once tried to read my brother's Accounting book and never got past the first chapter. It's pretty intuitive that Capital = Assets - Liabilities. I.e., your net worth is the difference between your assets and your liabilities -- Assets and Liabilities being fundamental numbers, and Capital being a computed result.
Chicago, the Second City, the City of Big Shoulders, Chi Town, the Midwest Metropolis. It’s a great city, and what a fantastic wealth of history, especially the history of brewing in Chicago. Chicago was established inthe first large commercial brewery, J&W Crawfor. This week Allen takes a look at the foundations between Catholic Monasticism and the brewing of beer, beginning with Saint Benedict’s call for monastic hospitality in the 6th Century CE, and following the course of the Benedictine monks, who then split and morphed into the Cistercians, who then split and morphed into the Trappists, who still carry on the tradition of Monastic Brewing today.
Each man would receive a small ledger book from the bank showing each deposit. Since none of the men had ever had a savings, it was a novelty to them.
Some bragged that on the day the money was made available, they’d head into town and experience the biggest blow out ever seen.
R.C. Yoerg Brewing Co., St. Paul. 32 boxes, incl. vo1s. Records, 47 ft. Records of the Yoerg Brewery and the Yoerg Brewing Company of Size: KB. Many of the legislators were saloon-keepers—it was in St. Louis that a practical joker nearly emptied the House of Delegates by tipping a boy to rush into a session and call out, “Mister, your saloon is on fire,”—but even the saloon-keepers of a neighborhood had to pay to keep in their inconvenient locality a market which public.
For an excerpt of a madam's ledger book, see [The Moral Survey Committee of Syracuse], The Social Evil in Syracuse: Being the Report of the an Investigation of the Moral Condition of the City Conducted by a Committee of Eighteen Citizens (Syracuse, ),reprinted in Prostitution in America: Three Investigations, (New York.A Miller ledger shows five pages of tied houses in Milwaukee alone.
to do business with independent saloon keepers." In his book, "Miller Time: A History of Miller Brewing Company,