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Vol,. XIV. No. 2713.
HONOLULU, 11. 1., TUESDAY EVENING, DKOEMKEK 2H, 185)0.
0 OENTfl PHR MONTH
TO PHYLLIS, IN A GINGHAM DRESS.
Bilk fttiit Mtlut, rchct Incei,
Well nccord nltli pretty frtcei)
But tho' only urtlew prftce
Deck thy bounty, I confew
Virtue nil thy Torni rmbrncen,
PliyllK in tliy gingham dress.
Oh, my PhyllUI gemi tho rarest
Lwisttlio Petting deed; nnd tparext
Pert limn breatho to licnrcn tho fairest
Flowors tnlr but spiritless. -To
tho vlolnt thou compnrest,
I'Uylllx, In thy Klnjtham dress
Not to oyo nlono npiieixllni?,
Charming hoiiso whlla yet concealing
llcaiiteotn font of fr.i;ranci stealing
From tho cuieral J vrihlernun
Till Is why Loo touches kneeling.
To bis lips thy gingham Uress
Now York Sun.
GHOSTS AND SELTZER.
M. Majesty, manufacturer of seltzer
water in tho Marnis, hail been to a little
Bftppcr given by somo of his friends of
tho Plnco Roynlu, and was on his way
home shivering in tho cold air. St.
Paul's clock struck 2. "How lato it is,"
muttered tho good man, and ho quick
ened his step; but tho sidewalk was
slippery, tho streets dark, and, besides,
in that ancient quarter of Paris, which
dates from tho time when carriages were
ruro, there lire numerous turns, angles,
and hitching posts beforo tho doors for tho
accommodation of horsemen. All theso
impede fast walking, particularly when
one's legs aro a trifle heavy and one's
sight confused by the toasts of a little
At last M. Majesty reached his desti
nation. He paused before a largo orna
mental gate, upon which glistened in tho
-moonlight a newly gilded shield contain
ing a restored ancient coat-of-arms,
which ho had adopted as his trademark,
"Hotel Ci-Devnnt do Ncsmoud. Majesty
Jeune, Fabricnnt D'Eau do Seltz." On
all the siphons of tho establishment, on
nil tho note blanks and on letter heads
the venerable arms of tho Nesmonds
thus spread out and shone.
Within the gate was the court yard
an immense court yard, airy and light
which, when thrown open during the
day, flooded the whole street with brill
iancy. At the extremity of tho court
yard stood a vast building of great an
tiquity, with embellished and ornament
ed black walls, with balconies of round
ed iron and stono balconies with pilas
ters, with very lofty and tremendous
windows, surmounted by pediments and
'capitals, which arose in the topmost sto
ries like so many little roofs in tho roof,
and lastly, upon tho summit of all,"
amid the slates, with the round and
coquettish dormer windows of tho man
sards enframed with garlands liko mir
rors. Added to this were immense Btono
steps, eaten and turned green by tho
rain, a meager vino clinging to the walls
as black and twisted as tholrope which
hung from the pulley away up toward
the garret, and a pronounced air of age
and sadness. 8uch was the former hotel
In broad dsy tho aspect of tho mansion
was altogether different. The words
"counting house," "warerooms," "en
trance to the workshops," shone out
everywhere in gol'd letters upon the old
walls, filling them with life rejuvenat
ing them. The trucks from tho railroads
shook tho portals, and tho clerks came
to the bteps with their pens behind their
ears to receive the merchandise. The
court yard was encumbered with boxes,
' with baskets, with straw and with bag
ging, in short, tho place had all the
look of a manufactory. But at night, in
the deep silence, beneath tho winter
moon, which, amid the disorder of com
plicated roofs, cast and intermingled
Bhadows, the ancient residence of the
Nesmonds resumed its lordly appear
ance. Tho balconies were covered with
lace, the court of honor grew larger and
the irregularly lighted old stairway bo
camo full of cathedral liko recesses, with
empty niches and dimisteps which re
The night of which wo are speaking,
especially M. Majesty, thought his estab
lishment had a singularly grand aspect.
As he passed through tho deserted court
yard the sound of his footsteps made a
deep impression on him. The stairway
seemed immense and terribly difficult to
ascend. It was tho effect of his little
supper, doubtless. Arrived at the first
landing ho stopped to tako broath and
approached a window. So much for liv
ing in an historical mansion! M. Majes
ty was not a poet, oh, no; but,' neverthe
less, as he gazed out at tho beautiful
aristocratic court yard, over which tho
moon spread u sheet of bluo light, and
at tho noblo old edifice, which had just
tho air of Bleeping, with its roofs stretch
ing away beneath their covering of
Bnow, ho began thinking of tho other
"What if tho Nesmonds Bhould re
turn'r"' murmured he.
At that moment tho bell rang vio
lently, Tho gate was thrown open so
quickly, so suddenly, that tho lamp was
extinguished, and for several minutes,
In tho shadow of the gateway, there was
n confused sound of whispering and of
vestments rubbing against euch other.
Peoplo disputed, and hastened to enter.
There wero valets, plenty of valets;
coaches with glass windows reflecting
tho moonbeams, and sedan chairs bal
anced botween two torches, which flaied
In the draught at the gate. In no time
tho court yard was jammed. I3ut at tho
foot of tho stops tho confusion ceahed.
Peoplo descended from the vehicles,
saluted each other, and went in chatting
us if thoy knew the house. Upon the
Bteps silks rustled mid swords clattered.
Nothing but white headdresses, heavily
loaded with powder; nothing but small,
shrill voices, some without melody, and
light footsteps. All tho people eeoined
to bo old, very old.
There wero dull eyes, dim jewels and
undent brocaded silk shot with chang
ing hue, which the light of llio torch
caused lo bliiuu with Hoft lutter, mid
ubovu ull flouted u tiny cloud of powder,
which mounted fiom the cuilwl lie.td
ilieM' at imi.'Ii ujintlv bow, n til Ho
johpqiii lu;uuu of I liu wonU mill
giint iwiilvrvi. Boon tlm wliulu liuiiftt
liui tiiu utr of UAua lmwntl, Thu
tonsbw about from window to window,
mounting and descending tho winding
stairways until oven tho dormer whitlows
of tho lfinnsards had their sparks of feto
and life. Tho entire Hotel of Ncsmoud
was illuminated as if the potting sun
had flooded it with its brilliancy.
"Great .lovot they'll burn tho houso
downl" cried M. Majesty, And, recov
ering from his stupor, ho htrovo to Rhnko
the heaviness out of his legs and de
scended quickly to tho court yard, whero
tho servants had just kindled a rousing
fire. M. Majesty approached and re
monstrated with them. Tho servants
made no reply, nnd continued to talk in
low tones among themselves without tho
least vapor escaping from their ljp in
tho icy gloom of tho iright. M. Majesty
was uneasy, but ono thing reassured
him, and that was that this great flro
which flnined so high nnd so steadily
was a most singular lire a flaino dovoid
of heat which sparkled but did not burn.
His fears having been tranquilized, the
good man descended tho stops and en
tered his warerooms.
Theso wnrorooms, which wero on the
ground floor, must formerly havo been
magnificent reception salons. Particles
of tarnished gold yet glittered at all
tho angles. Mythological paintings
adorned tho coiling, surrounded tho mir
rors and floated over tho doors in vague
colors, somewhat boiled, liko souvenirs
of departed years. Unfortunately there
wero neither curtains nor furniture.
Nothing but baskets, great boxes filled
with siphons, with pewter heads, and
tho dried branches of an old lilac
bush which still hung in inky black
ness behind tho windows. M. Ma
jesty on entering found his ware
rooms full of light and company. lie
bowed politely, but nobody paid the
least attention to him. Tho women, in
their satin cloaks, on the arms of their
cavaliers, continued their ceremonial
affectations. They promenaded, chatted
and separated. Truly, all tho old mar
quises seemed to bo perfectly at home.
A little figuie paused, all in a tremble,
in front of a painted wall. "That's mo
exactly! Look at my portrait!" nnd slio
gazed smilingly upon a Diana on a panel,
Blender and pink, with a crescent on her
"Nesmond, do como hero and look at
your armsl" And everybody laughed as
they saw tho arms of tho Nesmonds
stamped upon somo bagging with tho
name of Majesty underneath.
"Ah! ha! Majesty! They still have
majesties then in France?" And there
were endless gayeties, little fifo like
bursts of laughter, uplifted fingers and
Suddenly somo ono cried out: "Hero's
champagne! nere'a champagne!"
"No, it isn't!"
"Yes, it is it's champagno! Como,
countess, let's havo a bumper."
It was M. Majesty's seltzer water thoy
had mistaken for champagne. They
found it a triflo flat, but they drank it
all the same, and as theso poor ghosts
wero not strong in tho head little by lit
tle the weak seltzer water animated
them, excited them and put them in a
framo of mind for dancing.
Minuets wero organized. Four good
violins that Nesmond had brought in
his train began one of Raincau's airs,
simple and melancholy in its vivacity.
It was si sight to see all theso old women
turn and salute their partners gravely,
keeping time with tho music. Their at
tire seemed to grow young again, and so
did the gold embroidered waistcoats,
the brocaded coats and tho shoes with
diamond buckles. The panels them
selves appeared to rovivo on hearing Hie
ancient melodies. Tho old mirror, in
closed in tho wall for 200 years, recog
nized them also, and scratched as it was
and blackened at tho corners lighted up
softly and sent back to tho danceis their
Images bomewhat dimly, as if melted by
regret by all thebo elegancies. M.
Majesty felt himself out of place. Ho
got behind iv box nnd looked on.
Littlo by little, howover, tho day
broko. Through tho glass doors of tho
warorooms tho good man saw tho court
yard grow lighter, then the tops of tho
windows, thon all ono eido of tho salon.
As tho brightness increased tjio figures
faded nnd wero confounded together.
lSoon M. Majesty saw only two violinists
lingering in a corner and evaporating as
the light touched them. In the court
yard ho could still seo, but very vaguely,
tho shape of u sedan chair, a powdered
head adorned with emeralds, and the
last sparks of a torch thrown by tho
servants upon tho flngstones, which min
gled with the light of tho wheol lanterns
of a truck at that instant coining through
tho open gato with a tremendous clatter.
Alphonso Daudet in Chicago Mail,
Tho Lutllliilo of I'lucu.
Tliat tho latitudo of a placo is noc con
stant has long been suspected, but it was
only at tho end of 1889 that systematic
observations, earned out at somo of tho
observatories of Central Europe, clearly
established tho fact by eliminating all
chances of error in instruments nnd ob
servers. Profesbor Ilehnort reported in
No. 2,003 of tho Astronomischo Na
chrichten that the latitudes of Berlin
and Potsdnm, which had 6hown no per
ceptible variation during tho first six
months of 1880, in tho third quarter of
that year increased at first and then
diminished, tho movomont continuing
till January, 1800.
In Berlin and Potsdam this decrease
amounted to from flvo to six inches, and
this variation was confirmed by observa
tions at Prague and Slranburg, tho re
sults at tho first three obscrvntorled
agreeing to within ouo-tenth of u necond,
According to Tho Scottibli Geographical
Miigaziuo tho subject is to bo discussed
at tho meeting of thu coiiiuiIhhIou for in
ternational geodesy, to Iw held in Frei
burg, whan, it la to bo hoped, arrange
niunts will bo Hindu for it strict erauiiiiif
tiou of this phenomenon,
HID Moore, a farmer of Atchison,
Kim,, wanted to dig it well, w lie plowed
it lot ofliuid mid planted it in uiiUt. livtuy
tiny hu wntchud thu outs, oUurviug Die
r-pnltt that hliowi'il tliD gii'ulylt molutiiiu,
Finally hu ulwlml it spul and mmi u
null. At iwi'iity.fuur fwt li hurt Hm
In nut of wulur, it l ml'l to Iw thu
bwl well In tUo county,
ImiiiltmU Of till, Ottttltltglll.
Father Angoncrd. nprxtollc pro-vlcnr
of the Oubanghi contributes to Tho
Missions Cuthuliipics the narrative of a
journey which ho has just made from
the Loango to tho Oubsinghl, an affluent
of tho Congo tie Mati-s that It Is his
intention to found a station upon the
Upper Oubanghi. 1,100 miles from the
coast, among tho anthropophagous tribes
with whom the slave is t'garded simply
as an aiticle of food He gives some
curious Information na to those tribes,
remarking that while in certain paits
of Airica cannibalism only exists as nn
Incident of war to deprive the van
quished of even the houoi ol burial, in
the Uubanghl country human lleMi is an
article of regular consumption, not a day
passing without a village Immolating
some victim destined to provide a least
Sometimes it is tho death of a chief
at others tho celebration of a victory, at
others tho arrival of a piece of good
news, which serves as a pretext, and one
chief will vie with another to see which
can immolate the most victims These
savages regard human flesh as a dainty
morsel, and preier it to any other food,
considering that it is a noble kind of
food, far superior to that ol animals
When told that it was horrible lo eat
their Tellow dentures they simply re
plied, "No, it is delii'iotta with halt
nnd spices. " When Father Augoutud
went on to point out to them the dif
fcrence between man and I he animals,
and to say that if they fell into the hands
of their enemies they might be eaten in
their turn, all they Baid was that that
was the fate of war, and that just sis
man was nobler than the animal, so his
flesh was "more noblo to eat."
tloT tho Public In lliiinbiig;ril.
The Clyde lino steaiiibhip Iroquois, on
her trip Iroin New York to Jacksonville
put in at Charleston, S. C, late ono Sat
urday evening one winter. Bright and
early on Sunday morning, on looldng
over the side, wo saw along the wharf
about twenty-five negroes, each attend
ing to from one to three lines, and all
very busy rebniting, unhooking fish, etc.
It was uoticed that tho fish were all
largo, ugly looking catfish, which at all
seasons of the year have their flesh liter
ally alive with worms
My interest excited, I went ashore and
asked a big and burly looking nogro n
few questions. "Eat the fish?" I asked
him. "No, sir; theso fish aro no good to
eat." 'What do you catch them for.
then?" was the next question put.
"Sell," he answered moiiosyllabically,
and after further questioning these facts
were brought out: Theso catfish are
caught by the negroes and are sold to n
man in the city for two cents a pound
He barrels them up and sends them
north, ""where they are sliced up and
salted and bold in boxes as boneless cod
1 investigated the matter and found that
the story was tnio, so hereafter 1 want
codfish full of bones, that I may know
that I'm not eating salted, wormy cat
fish. Boston Traveler.
In lied nlth lllertrlclty.
"Wo can give a point to New York
people about getting their money's worth
out of theso little movable electric bulb
lights," bnid a visiting Idahoun the other
day "Out our way we take them to
bed with us. For keeping one comfort
able on a rold night thoy are us good as
a roaring tire in a toom Rubber bags
tin boilers and other devices foi holding
hot water get cold
"With the thermometer 40 clegs, be
low zero, as we often havo" it in Idaho
for long stretches at a time, these old
fashioned arrangements would freoze be
fore nioruiiig But the electric bulbs
keep one Ming nnd warm all the time.
When I begin to get ready for bed I put
the light between the hheets By shift
ing it about every little while it takes
the chill from the bed by the time 1 am
audu'tteed As I slide in I push the light
down with my leot and usually full
asleep with it there.
"It is proof against any blast of cold
in the night I never knew its warmth
to fail. It doesn't cost me any moie to
burn it nil night than if I turned it off
nt bedtime, and if I burned a cord of
wood evPry month in my bedroom, and
could keep the fire blazing all night, 1
could not be made as comfortable as by
this littlo bulb." New York Times
Dun Hire, the Clnnn.
Dan Rico, tho old timo clown, is pass
ing his summer in Now York, nnd looks
as oung and fresh as a boy fiom school
He lectures some nowadays and knows
how to give an inteiesting talk, Occa
sionally he meets a venerable- person who
laughed nt hiH jokes and grimaces nearly
fifty years ago and who recalls his grand
old .educated horse Exeelsior, over which
Dan himself has shed many it tear One
day a United States justice shook hands
with him on tho rear of a Broadway car
'Uncle D.Tu," said tho justico, "you
don't know mo, and this is tho first timo
in my lite that I, have ever spoken to
yon, hut when I was a boy 1 crawled
under your tout to bee you, got caught
by a cauvnsmuu and hail powdftmfre.sin
sprinkled all ovor my hair," The justice
nnd the ex-clown had a great laugh ovor
tho incident. New York Letter.
Muy J ii I n (hu Itlimilo.
The heal may go to join tho buffalo
The prestilout of tho North American
Coninieieial company speaks w follows:
'1 predict that, imlei.8 Bohring sea ts
closed to all nations dining .Inly. August
and September, our sual will become ex
tinct This stuto of allatrrt is duo to
poachers, who kill the females of all
ages, while tho Coiniiioruial roiiijuiny is
allowed to kill only young mules " Hiue
is u plenuliig prospect for thu fuinliiliie
portion ol humanity Their brother)
and luiNbiiiidH and fnthen can Htaml a
dearth of miIhI(Iiih with fortitude, out
then1 will hi mourning among woman
kind when tho liu.1 will Ih killed, ami
when Miilaltiim me iih niarco iw luilfalo
rulw. -I'ltthburg Bulletin
The l.wl o the J'0iiiigut wililliuu of
the tvur lo uuiui Iwfoip (hu iiiihllii fin
rwMuil!oi Ik UtfurifM l Upmtit, of
Uhhxufp, IJ uMmwI tin l'ui Nuw
SurU miim iiriillwyim u privntw in
wjwjwiiy JJ wliBii uiiiy J mr anil 7
tMnnu, -non M" u.mUh.
i OHN T WATKKUOtJKK
t Itnpnrtnr and Denier In Ounera
'ii,MBinlis, O.ueeti it , 1 ! 'lulu I
WILDUIt , CJO ,
Dualof tn Itumlmr, I'nlnU,
His, Nulls, Sal' .tiid BttltdiUK Maturing
if ovorj kind, tor. Fort .tnd Qijoon st.,
4. N. Oaotlo -J it. AiiH'i mi u. r. i
i ASTLM it OUOKS,
V' dlllppiug iimO relu 111) ";!,
irubituls. Imnnrloit. .mil Duniurt. i
encrut Uer'-U.i iil'so, Nn i0 ltcf$
l.uvurs, F. J. Iiowiuj O. M. IihiI.i
LEWEI13 & OOOKW,
(successors to Luwute, c, dkmiu,
Importers and Deuleis in Lumber :uid ,i.
Kinds ot Building Materials, Fort street
, """cHjftOL.UL.U IKON WOUtiS
rtjfcjSjgsjMu.uii w giaiMigur mills, bob
o o.'iocf, liin., brass and lead cusi
iffj, lunotiiuu)) ol o cry danonplioi
irtje to v.itu. t imioulur invention pub
j.thlp'e black onlthin! Job ork ext
iled at shun uolico
uBuuiti. Oonimi.snioii Agents
U. W. MAC?AKLANJi & Co.
iMi'ourieus- Ajnd uo,umissu
Queen street, limolulu. H
GOJJSAL.VIiS & CO..
Wholesale Grocers & Wine Merchant
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
BBEWEB St COMPANY,
dBNBRAIj MRllRAHrinK Atll
Commission A ohm
I.I8T op owkkp
P. O. Johes, Jr. . . .President & Manage
J. O. OabtKU ... Pi ecrer & tf "Oretil-
Hon. O. R. Bibiiop SO Ai.i.kn
r m; monsarrat,
v Attorney at Law& Notary Public
147 Merchant Stiect, Honolulu. tf
f ALFRED MA'-OON.
'J , Atlonie.,ul Law &Xuutry Public
173 42 Mei'isuaiit Mi eel, Honolulu, ly
LORRIW A. XHUSSTON",
A-ttor-n oy-a( - la,vr
IIOKOLULI, II. 1.
Office over .Bishop's Biiik. 040 tf
Will practice In the lower ' out'tfe of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing tn all Its branches, icntlngof houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Olllce: 91 KinSlieef, upstahs.
-3E VIS V 1
ANATUKAL Mineral Water. Foi
sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
riole Agent & Importer for tho 11 a
waiian Islands. 5a3 tf
Gustav iL Sclmman
No. 73 & 81" : : King St root
At W. Wrighl & Son's
Having received u full .ibsnitmcnt nl
'lirrlage Trimming MiUeriulit train th'
E'isl, I mi pre i iroii to oxecuio nil order'
ivitli nij.une-i- nnd tic-natch M verj rea
G. A SO 1US1AN
spr 7 0.
oil Street House,
181 Fort Htret'l,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
thu coiuibrth of home.
Booms with or without Board.
Uoiiul, per week, nccoiding to rooms
$10 t 812
Transient, per dny 82 00
Single Meals 60 Cents
ItonniM imrge, l.li;lit nml Airy, llnl
mill Cold ItutliM.
II. II. HRUItY,
701 2ni Proprietor.
llolel t;l t Honolulu.
J. II. FhSUKIt, 1'iop,
Itonuluiid l.oilL'Ing, puiMM'i'li, (ac-
I'lllllltlK tO lOL'lltloil Of I'OOIIIn,..
..$l(i uoti81'J DO
Tninltnl, pur dny. ..,...., 00
Tahlu llnniit, pur vs mdi , . . , 7 00
.iiil;Iii McnU ,..,,. W)
itriyVUIIomulll liuil tlild onuof the
IIUMt Itolllloibllllliailll (illllWIIlllllll llUUKili
III llm t'lty, thu in 'in luring In iii, lh
nml nlry. llm ami oolij uIit liiillu,
'FhE ONLY PAPER" nnd b)"i"l
I uli-"Viiu l)nl- lliillmlu," Ui
nut wr tnunih,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Firo Si Mnrino
Insurance Agents I
AIIKNTS 10 It:
New firiijliiiid Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
EU)d Fire lnr, Go. of Hartford.
l'ir- A irlne.
If tN FRANCISCO, CAMriMtNIA.
Inn 8 SKI
('vP'if,'5 v &
From nnd after this ilnto.'H Regular
Freight Tiain will leave Honolulu for
IIuiiDiiliiili ami way Stations, Kvkuy
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock, A. m.
gjSF" lleicaftcr no Freight will be
rouoived for shipment, by Passenger
Trains, except by special - ari.ingo
inent. OA1IU lUILYVAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. Asm.r.Y, Supt.
Honolulu, Hoc. !), 1890. .730 lin
Pioneer Shin Factory
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
The undersigned hecs to inform th
iridic of these Islands that he if mikin
Siir-tH Uy Me Nureiiieiil
Directions forsolf.mi'iisureincnt wii
be given on application
White Shirts, Ovorshirts & Night Gown:
V til guarantee b making a -lanii i-
Shirt to every order
Island oritur snlicited Roll Telephone VH
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICJG CUEA.3I PARLOUS,
Will again have on hand tho lnrgett
Fruit, Citroi, Finnl, Jolly
To suit tho most fubtidious laBfo and
ornamented in F. JIomi'h woll-known
stylo and in great vniiuty.
Of ondluss Yin iofy of lioino manufac
ture, both plain nml fancy.
Richly ornninontcd and plain. Albo,
FixiugH for dt'cotating Xmas
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Ilorn'b woll-known good quality.
Albo, for buIo
MINCliJ -:- HEAT,
Fancy & Plain Pastries,
IN Till: (lltr.ATKST vambty.
GtiivranU'ed lo bo of tho rioliott uiitl
purt'f t HUnlity ; puld at tho honest
price of only
$2 Par Whole Gallon
tf-l'ltMM call .mil t'onvinco yoiir
Bclf and ohligo,
I'lopiiotor; Uotul htrcol, butween
Foil A Niitiaiiii,
74a 110TII TELEPHONES SoT74
( Hiriiio lIoi'HiiH For Halo I
I ll.Wi: for stilt at
1 Kuulua Knncli,
SkST"- Yoiinif Houni mid
7wJL illtll t'l llltl lllttt
f - llltMllU, lUl'llUII) lilo-
I,. 11 tit luii iir.. Appl) cimii h mull or
ril AID, 1: U.. II.'IH).
At huulun, HouluujHiku, Utihu.
UtiiuniUir k, m rSOiiu
Tlioi'ougliliR'd -:- Running
Will stand for a short timo nt
Gresntlold stables, Kitplolani Park.
Huki: Si'KNCi'.n Is a tlark bay, 4 years
old; stand 15 hands high; kind and
By Dnko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam llalleiiiui...by Imp Ualrownlo
3rd dam Iluuntu Farrow
by imp. Shnmrock
4thtlnnildu by hup. Bnlshazznr
Cth dam iMudam Bosloy (Gamma's
Kam) by Mr Kichard
Cth duin XancyNIchol.. .by imp. liagle
7th ditin Uet. iiusloy
by Wilkes' oudcr
8th dnm by Chnuticleer
Otlidam by imp. Sterling
10th dam byOlodlus
llth dam by imp. SUvcroyo
lath dam by imp. Jolly Koger
13th dam by Imp. Pattncr
llth dam by Imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. mare from the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
C2T Best of caro taken with nulmals.
In e.isc of accident uo responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. ItlCKARD,
U2-2 tf Ilonokaa, Hawaii.
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From the works of
Burham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to clvc estimates and
1 receive orders for these engines, of any
size aim style.
Thu Baldwin Locomotive Wokks
are now inantifnctuiing a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and wc will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents ami malingers with particulars
The supeiionty of these Locomotives
overall other makes is not only know n
licit but is acknowledged throughout
the United Stato.
Win. G. IllWIN & Co., Id,
Solo Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
402 d-l!M w-ly
Watches For All !
ON A WEEKLY TAYMENT'OF
WILL GIVE A
Theso Cases arc tho best 111 the
market; aro guaranteed to bo made
of Two Plates of M Carat Gold, with
I'luto Composition britwiMiii.antl writ
ten gtiarantoo from tho factory. Full
Jowollod Waltliuni Movement, gua
ranteed to koopjltio tiiiui.
Theso WulohoH aro preferable to
gold watches, bpcaiiso tho cases aro
still', anil perfectly snfo for tho move
ment. 3"Kviry uimnborgetK his watch
within 15 weeks. Call and seo our
watches. U is a fine opportunity to
gut a cheap and lino watoli in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO,
A. J. HCIIHKIHKU, Manager.
Hotel tit,, under 1I10 "Ailington."
Contractor milMi. & Bul'diir. .
lloilidiilii KU'inii l'lmiliig MIIU, Ipln
MiiiiiifiiDtuii ull I.I111U of Moulding,
1'r.ii'kutn, Wlutlnu riiiineii, IHIuiU,
lSiuii!, Dnuu, nml all l.lmU of wood.
111 It II11UI1 'J'uriilMU'.Hiiull ami llnml
ri.ivvliig, All Ivlinin of huulng nnd
l'lmiliig. Mm lining nml Tuiiuuiiiu;.
H (inlui iroinitly iittniiiluil to uml
ioil giniiaiilinil. Onlun fiom thu
ollifr Jiluiul ulliltud.
Beaver Lunch Saloon,
II. J. NOLTE'S, FSEBB
Will be found a lino itock of
OP KVEKY KIND.
New Model Lunch Room,
Open A.11 Nljrlit I
Having lift, d up the upper floor of
our premises as first-class lunch
room, we aro prepared to furnish
meals of the best tho market affords;
cooked to Biiit your taste. After tho
next steamer, December 12th, wo
will have constantly on hand Frozen
OyBters, Game, Etc., Etc., in their
gjSF En trance by step, mauka of
Hoping that you will give us a
call wo aro respectfully yours.
The Pacillc Mail S. S. Co.'sJFinest
Will sail for the above port on or
BQyFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
Steam Joli Printing
This office having added a large variety
of the latest styles of
Elegant Type I
To Its Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than ever to execute
all orders In that line, comprising:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc, Etc.,
ALL AT LOW RATES.
"Daily Bulletin Offioo,"
NOTICE Is hereby given that Leong
King, of tho linn of Tal Wo Chan
Co., No, .IB Ntiiianu Avenue, has sold
ull bis luteiesi in thu aforesaid linn 011
the 15th dny of Decombor. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid Urm will
bo settled by T. Q, V. Ala!, Jr., com
mencing from December Kith.
7U7 Sw TAl WO CHAN CO.
'rilK linn of Kwong Hang Cliuti &
I Co, hereby notify llio public Hint
Mr. J. 11 11 How, who hint hitherto been
iiimiugur of tho bitiliieii ol wild unit, at
Honolulu, him 1I1U day ntlri'd from
nii'li inuiiiigt'iiitiiit, mid U no longer coii
ni'cli'il wlili uld firm; alio, Ihut Mr.
Wong Yiniu C'IiIiik Inn IhU tlttv been
iipjiuliitfd at iimutigi'r o( mild firm'
nftuliii, nml U nliiuu uutliorUcd to iIkii
llll" llllll IUIIIO.
Iluuoliilu, lUtli Ucc, IbW, 7IU fit