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LORD IMDN0IV9 HEIftLOOMa.
ltd (IM 1'rrinlsslnn In KMI TIipiii llMtplln
Ills t'nnilly' Olijfrllon.
A curious I'tino with rcjinrd to tho wilo
of fninily heirlooms wni ilwhlod by tin?
court of nppenl. Undnr bin father'; will
tho ptwnt Karl of Kndnor In entitled n
tctinnt for life toconsidornbloMtntos In
Wlltsltlrn niul clsowhero. To Ihoso nro
nttnehod tho vitlunhlo collection of pict
ures, home thrco hundred in number, nt
Longford cnstlo, near Salisbury Upon
hla dentil the whole will devolve upon
Ills eldest son, Lord Folkestone, but
Btlll only for n life interest, nnd then
In tho ovent of the direct tine fnilinn,
thoy RO to tho younger brother of the
lnttcr or other more- ronioto incinberB of
But l.arfro iw the cstatci nre. mid thoy
produce somo i'20,000 n year, they nre
not larjfc enough for the demands made
upon tlieni The Into earl left com ler
nble dehtB, and nearly 100.000 has had
to be raised to pay them off The main
tennnceof Longford castle li paid to cost
18.000 ii year Ono way and another
tho income dltuippenrfl, and meanwhile
Lord Folltpstono wants to marry and
make a start on his own account. Un
der these circumstances ho mid his father
have cast envious oyes on the family
pictures. Out of !i00 three will not be
Kreatly micsed. even if thoy bo u Hol
bein, a Velasquez and u Guido, and tho
price that can -be got is 55.000
Of course tho dead e.irl never meant
anything liko this to happen when ho
tiod up the pictures with the land as
strictly as the law would nllow him, but
in these latter days tho law has exhibited
a tendency slow indeed, but still a
tendency to becomo revolutionary. Tho
tenant for lifo can sell tho land without
asking any one's leave, though of course
ho cannot pocket tho money. And as to
the heirlooms, he can turn those, too.
Into a sum of money bearing investment,
provided only ho can got the sanction of
a judge. In the present case the earl
and his Bon easily convinced Mr. Justice
Chitty of the propriety of tho sale, but
tho trustee, Lord Penznnco, and other
members of the family opposed their de
signs and enrried their opposition to the
court of appeal.
This course has done them no good,
but it has enabled Lord Esher to give
one of his characteristic judgments, and
some interesting reminiscences of his
early acquaintance with the aristocracy
of theso realms. Pictures are all very
well, but it is not "to be thought of that
a youth, whose futher owns a castlo, and
whose grandfather died in debt, should
demean himself by marrying on eight
hundred a year, besides what ho could
make by honest labor. Tho distinct
heirs, indeed, will lose their chance of
ever succeeding to the Holbein and its
companions, but thisiB a matter of senti
ment to be postponed to practical every
day considerations, nnd they will nt any
rato know that tho price is locked up in
some safe investment. Tho interest on
55,000 is not to be despised. Happy tho
family with such a resource in cases of
.emergency. London News
till if Mfirnllvlhtt ttmtlti t KMt
Prom llnio liiiniPtnnrinl tlw now ywr
has bcfti tho mwhjii for fraah nml good
rwwltitlon. Wo omi even iumntno
Osnr lilmrolf, idiot lly nflar IliPfpforwn
tiim of llio calendar, reanlvlnit that hn
would i'eno to think mtntn of ft kingly
crown, nml Lticnllun nwnlvliiK Hint no
haintui'fa of peacocks' t outruns and night
ingale' brains ulumld cost more than no
many wslertii, Cntnllno ronoU'lug on no
nioro conspiracies, and Clconi Uwn lcs
talking. And doubllewlontf More thrtr
time there was pome other day fed npiirt
nnd made memorable by this wiine cus
tom, for even when Adam nnd Bvo left
Eden they must have mndo a moire io
cnt no more apples of the tree of tho
knowlcdgo of good nnd ovil, should they
chanco to como across them. i
'But Indeed tho making of good reso- j
lntlons has always been no easy that one '
marvels why any day in wpecinl should I
ever linvo boon sot npnrt for tho purpose. '
Yet tho fnct Is that almost every one
likes to postpono the time of relinquish
ing tho particular naughtiness which
for any reason hns become objection- '
nble, whether tho renson bo tho baio I
fact of Ubowi character or bo tho In- I
jury it works.
It is bo easy to bo good next week or
the week after, because that iwrson who
is going to bo good next week or tho (
week nftcr is another Individual, tho
person of that timo another person, not
one's self, not tho person of this time.
It is sadifiicult to say, Now, now, now
is tho timo to leavo off! hecanso tho per- i
sou whom "now" nddrews is ono's self, i
and experiences tho whole bitterness of
tho renunciation. And for this reason I
wo may observe that usually tho timo ,
for carrying the good resolve into effect
is seldom this moment or this day, but
is always among tho to-morrows; and
thus uncounted good resolutions aro made
in any part of tho last year, tho timo
for their budding into action being
always loft for tho first day of tho now
It would seem, then, that this first day
of tho now year is really a sort of sacri
ficial day, and whilo we never celebrate
it with external ceremonial as a day of
Bacredncss, as wo do many other holi
days, it is in very truth a day of sacrcd
ncss in tho effect that it has upon us as a
means of grace, let us say, since there is
no question but that tho making of good
resolutions is a means of grace, no mat
ter how poorly wo uso tho means after
ward. On that ono day of all tho 305
wo have the chanco to make ourselves
better than Wo were by all the height of
our desire and our resolve, and thus
something of tho loftiness of the desire
and tho resolve belongs about tho day.
.1 N WILLI AM,
II. MOHIt, :
Ollilio & Works.
& Iron Founders,
: Eftplanndn, Honolulu.
co., xo YS & DOLLS
NOT FOR SALE BUT GIVEN AWAY I
M VNUliWOTtTII llltM W
Suriii- Mnohlunry, lrrigrtlinK MnrliliiPty, Stwn KnglncR,
Rtonui Holhrs, .hticr Tanks, 5i.lin, Mhissn 'lank, Hupar Cure,
Oaiie Cms, Kpnlii, I'umi in. V'tirnncc filling,
Wrought vv C.iM linn Wiik for Umiso Builder,
Wnti-r Vii-ihiY Oiniliig.Uitr hen, Kic, KtC.Klc.
JIow Two Colobratcil Men Dross.
Georgo Parsons Lathrop is not unas
finming in his dress, and resembles a
prosperous man about town. Although
nnugly built and tall enough to wear a
Prince Albert coat his everyday costume
consists usually of a nobby sack coat
suit of clothes. Ho is never overdressed.
There aro no intricate plots in the
style William Dean Howells adopts. He
does not belong to the dude, tho Delsar
tian or tho London chappy school of
fashion, but to a very eobor and unos
tentatious American common sense
echool. To see mm walking down Broad
way in the great throng no ono would
suspect that ho was "one o' them liter
ary fellers." for he looks like other peo
ple. En Venezia, where bo resided as consul
some years, he acquired a tasto for rich
color, which, however, he does not per
mit to oxist in his clothing. A dull gray
suit, Prince Albert coat, more frequent
ly unbuttoned than otherwise, is the ap
parel that he is often seen in. The story
that Mr. Howells preferred a shawl to a
huge warm overcoat is not true, al
though shawls are more or less popular
nmong tho Boston gentlemen of tho up
per tendom. Mr. Howells, it is Baid,
rather likes what is known as the serapo,
a species of shawl that is wound around
tho body, but considers it too elaborate
for practical ubo. Haberdasher.
Not Used to Railroad Tickets.
Perhaps the most excessive ignorance
that the gate tenders at tho Sixth street
railway station have witnessed for a long
timo waB displayed one night whilo some
Grand Army men wore waiting to de
part for Boston. A tall, rawboned youth
tried to pass through the gate to reach
his train. How he ever learned where
to go to get it no one knows He was
stopped and his ticket demanded. It
took him some timo to search his clothes
and find his ticket, but he finally suc
ceeded, whilo tho waiting crowd behind
him grew moro and more impatient.
When ho handed his ticket to tho gato
tender he walked away. "Uome back
and get your ticket!" was shouted. "Oh,
I guess I don't want it," he replied,
"Yes: como back." Ho again declined
and walked further away. The crowd
iiad now become quite interested, and
several voices joined in an entreaty for
him to return. Ho persisted, however,
that he did not want it, and had not a
train official roughly ordered hira to go
back and get it his modesty would
doubtless have prevented him from
troubling tho gate tonder again, Wash
Marseilles, Franco, ia tho headquarters
for tho sale of falso hair. Twenty bales
of Chinese human hair recently arrived
there, and Yum Yum's and Fou Fou'a
headgear will be mannfacttued into
curls, frizzes and crimps for American
One Way of Culling.
PEBSONAL. VlsttlnK cards leXt. New Ywir'H
calls a specialty. None Imt lilgh tuned cullers fur
nished. Elegant attlro and frequent changes.
Address D 64, olllco '
Tho above advertisement in ono of the
Chicago dailies attracted tho attention
of a reporter. A correspondence was
entered into with tho result of an in
terview being arranged for, tho adver
tiser being quite unawaro that publicity
would be given to what was developed.
The manager of the "social agency," for
such ho called his establishment, was
found occupying an office in ono of the
tall buildings, and explained that the
general purpose of his business was tho
leaving of calling cards, thereby saving
society people tho trouble of doing this
work themselves. "Ordinarily," ho said,
"I employ half a dozen carriages and an
equal number of footmen. I can savo a
lady tho trouble of driving around and
leaving her card by doing the work for
her, and if you want anything done that
way I would be pleased to serve you. My
charges are moderate."
"What do you charge?"
"My regular rates are $1 per 100 cards
left, but I make a reduction for heavy
"How do you mnnago to do tho work
"Why, by leaving cards for a largo
nuinber of ladies with ono trip, whore
several hundred would bo required it it
were done by tho ladies themselves."
"What aro your special features for
"That, of course, ia our biggest day,
not only from tho number of calls that
aro xnado, but because wo work on Now
Year's in a double capacity, not only de
livering caids for those who cliooso to
employ us, but leaving them in the
baskets hung outsido of our patrons'
doors. We will have over a hundrod
carriages calling this New Year's, and
wo will have to supply them with gen
tlemen in dress suits. Wo will also have
a number of callers on foot, at half rates,
as somo prefer these."
"What is tho advantage of all this?"
"Why, it gives prestige to tho ladies
called upon. If thoy can seem to receive
bo many calls, although not entertaining,
they must be considered very desirable
peoplo to know. Seel1' Chicago Herald.
"How ono thing brings up another,"
remarked tlie old friend ut tho table.
"Yes an emetic for instance" he re
plied, Lawrence American,
Various TIiIiie Are Docked.
Bill Clerk I don't liko the way horses
tails nro docked nowadays.
Seller It's not bo badaa tho waysonm
other things aro docked.
Bill Clerk What, for instance?
Seller Wait till you como homo from
your vacation and try to get jour salary
for the tliuo you'vo be.tju uwiiy.--America.
Diffusion Machinery m
r. - r'i ii- -nissssmsssv wi rA
1 04 FORT STREET,
F'S J.Wk WL.S .HUH. Hfe
HONOLULU, H. I.
Great Attractions I
COMIC AND SI2H OUI 1MMKNSH VAKIETY OK FaNCY NOVKLTIKS SUITAHLHFOtt
asil lew Year's Presents !
WE HAVE JUST 01'ENEI) A FINE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
Sol" lk;:ilH Itiiu'iitlim InIiiikIm I in- Hie
PELtOft WATSR WHEEL!
jZ$ST HnpairH of all l.ii ds
of Mm hinury done til
reasonable rate and
Of every description, which wc offer at extraordinary low prices.
Hand Painted Porcelain Flacques,
In a aricly of shapes and sizes, and illustrated with n variety of subjects, among
them Animals, Flowers,
IN ORE A'."
T"oL IScar IToi'L
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN HOLIDAY GOODS 1"
Gentlemen's Furnishings, Ladles' & Children's Hosiery,
Gloves, llandkoichiefs, Laces, Scarfs, Linen, Tray Cloths,
Splashers, Sideboard Coieis, Tea Cloths, Hand Satchels, Purses,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk Unilncllas, Parasols, Manicure and
Dressing Cases, Alliums
AND A K1K1". LINK OF
Ladies,' & Children's Jackets, Hugs & Hain Coats, Etc., Etc.
p. s. Will be open evenings until after Clnistmas.
a & ni
O isi j.J
FOR THE HOLIDAYS:
Toys, Dolls, Musical Boxss, Dressing Sets,
FULL LINE OF
BLACK HOSIERY, C. P. & D7 P. CORSETS, Etc., Etc,
EST OPEN EVENINGS -a-
Silk Uiknllu & Fancy NecJcwear,
VAKIETY, AT VEKY LOW PRICES.
Plush Embroidered Table Scarfs & Table Covers,
IN THE NEWEST DEsIGNS.
FANS! FANS! FANS!
Lisse Fans, Lace Fans, Painted Fans, Evening Fans and Fans of every description.
Kid Gloves, Hand Satchels, Shawls & Sc irf Shawls.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Linen Embroidered & Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
In this dcpaitment we are tjliowhm an immense variety, and the latest desiuns, and at prices that will
Infant's Silk & Cassimero Cloaks & Baby Blankets,
' v IN GREAT VARIETY, A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
" TOKCEOET LACE. SCARF i IDIES and BED SETS.
BST INSPECTION SOLICITED. g5a (733 tf) SSr INSPECTION SOLICHED
rwawfijsiwji . jwrucataargg;jjir
ISSUED BY TH"E
JPaSi 1 1 P ftp
? 3 1 S a W m ftS & 8r
OP NEW YORK
OsT" For full particulars apply to
A. JIcOUKDY, 1'iesiilent.
General Ac;ent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HUBASH, miMl I KBU6ER,
Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
-A FINE SELECTION OF-
A Servant's Perplexity.
Thero is a growing impression that
Now Year calling is falling off; that tho
care, vexation and annoyance outweigh
tho pleasure and profit. But no long aa
tho White House sets tho fashion thero
will ho hundreds who will fpllow. Tho
Whito Houso is tenacious of custom aud
precedent, and not until wo have a bach
elor or widowed president utterly desti
tute of female relatives will tho Whito
House fail to lcoep open Now Year's to
But thoro aro annoyances. At a cer
tain O street houso two gentlemen called
together. Tho servant whoso duty it was
to attend tho door had disappeared for
tho timo being nnd the cook was drafted
into sei vice. She was not up to tho latest
development of polite circles, but was
not to bo caught napping.
After a brief parley at tho door she ap
peared in tho parlor with n singlo cardln
her hand. Beckoning to her young mis
tress sho said in n stage whisper:
"Thayre's two min at th dure, but
thoy'vo awnly wan ticket. Shall oi lit th'
both nv tuim in?' Washington Post.
It is Improbable that tho tipiral rail
way running to tho top of Dunderburg
mountain, ono of tho Catskills, will bo
finished within many months of tho time
sot for its completion.
Statistics show that the car service
associations have reduced tho general
avorago detention of cars 03 pur cent
During tho latest quarter tho S3 ohsocIo
tions handled 1 ,220,1150 cars.
A bridge is being built aurobs the Pe
cos river between Uouwtook and 8h inu
la, Tex., for tho Union Pacillc. It will
conbist of two uuaua 880 feot ubovo high
water, aud will bo tho highest rallwuy
bridjto lu America,
Pins, Bracelets, Etc., Etc.
Ladies' I dent's Goiil Silver Watches,
' OF FJRST-CLASS QUALITY.
THEO. XL DA"VIES & CO.,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene Oil " ALOHA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, BLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chuff Cutters & Cane Knives.
All kinds of Jewelry, suitable for the holidays, at reasonable
iSTUoods vtai ranted ns represented and
niniked in plain (igurrs.tda
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlcndorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohlcntlorf's Special Cane Manure.
LON DON PL) RPLE: -Effectual destinyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Wonns, Eto.
SCRUB EXTERMINA1 OR: UestioyH all Noxious Weeds Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvement- In material and texture.
Wilier Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
lino Hue of
to this trade,
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
M. A. Seed Dxy Plates !
PROFESSIONALS AND AMATEURS
Best Photographic Plate Extant.
FOIt SALE BY
101) Ifoil Street.
lOLLISTER &. CO.,
: : : : i Honolulu, II. I.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice.
AlHO HlKUili. Iloi'NI'N,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes, or Carts,
DAY or XKJIIT.
Proprietors, llilo, Hawaii.
Car Orders received hy Telephone "a
U. MlliElt & Co.,
PRACTICAL GUN & LOCKSMITHS
Ik'thel Stieot, "Damon's Mock,"
t orner store,
burplual & Mufcic.il Instruments neatly
lupahtd at leabonable rules, hewing
Machines and lupalilui; of all Muds a
bpielaltv. All kinds oi Sales it Scales
ri'pahcd. UoiibWiold Suw lug facilities
F. H0EN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker,
71 Hotel St. 12ns8r 'J'elephono U.
UEUWAIID & HOWELL
Com ruo torn "fc UullUoru.
lllk'k, Stone and Wooden IUilldings;
estimates giMin. .iouuiiik promptly at-
7U uiuir street, lieu Teio
P. 0.1)0x423. np-5-ly
730 lui I per uioutli
'THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tho Dullv Bulletin." 80 ceuU.
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WILL BE ISSUED
On & After Jan. 1, '91