It was surprising what pertinacious lives the demijohns of the garrison had.
She reported that there wasn't a drop of anything left in any of the demijohns.
A judicious expenditure of demijohns in proper quarters generally enabled Ukuku to revoke his own law.
There now, get along; take that and fill both the demijohns; buy a clean pack of cards, and a new supply of everything.
They brought us wine in tin cans, cigars, borne in the aprons and mantillas of their women-folk, and demijohns of native rum.
Rack off into a clean barrel, let stand six months longer, then bottle or put in demijohns.
The wine and mixture can be poured together into demijohns and kept for months, provided they are kept cool.
Let cool, and bottle or put in demijohns, taking care to apportion the kernels equally.
Dame Jeans and flacons are here made by millions, which is only another way of referring to demijohns and bottles.
Bottles, demijohns and kegs were smashed, the cigars and tobacco snatched up, and the place thoroughly wrecked in a few minutes.