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MCN VOU HEAD or.
Mr. Powilrrly decllnri to dmw mora
tlinn f.1,000 n ycnr from tlio KiiIkIiIh ol
Mr Brndlnitjrh. IxsIi1m Ih-Iiir n k"'"'
nnslcr. plny the ginno or chess to pur
fcctlon Ootmniralnnor Runin l Abort, Itrrn
looking, nf medium welitht nml ImM on
top of Ills hunt!
OeorKe Washing .on wore n No, 11
boot, nml Ills Immln wcn no big that Ills
gloves bml to ln Hpeclidly tniukt for lilm
Mayor llnrt or Boston, receives from
a street railway company. in that city
5.000 free tlel.etH weekly for ehni liable
Oynn V Kii'ld raben nn nrio of cnlti
vated KittilliiwerH mi bin entiite, Aidsley
neat Tairytowti on the Hudson, foi
Union tie Hindi Inn sent to Montreal
$20,000 to be n.ed for the benefit of ruf
utfee RutvUan .lews Hubeiid J10.UOOn
month to New York for the name pur
President ItnbertH.of IliePenimylVHiiiii
railtoad, ntnrted life iia a track band
thirty yearn iiko I'hu combined tinlnries
be reccivea now amount to $100,000 a
The pope is said to have grown very
thin, but his health, eoiHideiinj' his great
ago. Is very good lie eats hut littlnnud
Iceeim up his mreugth elilefly 1y uumus
of a strong In otH
flat vey Wnttcreoti, the bale old lathnr
of the Kentucky editor, is a privileged
member of th" Couner-.lournul t-tafi
He has a well l:ult frame, i ruddr face
and earnest gniy eyes
The mail bunco mine than 700 lette.-H
a day to President Hamsun Oul a
lew if t bem le.M-li liirid"sU. iiu reiuain
dit b'liig aeltimwli 1 ;eil i.ud u.i werl.
ll lu-ceswMi V fiV Swrettu ll.llfont'K -.tafl
it eici ks i
M h' LeMi-p- is passionately foiel (it
buuUug. anil be pufsaH n
ii'eat deal oi i
ins time on li(ir.celi,ic!t, often accimiii.i
tiled by a number of bw yonng cbildien
who a:e as intrepid as tlicir old but vig
Bismurck Is opposed to having monu
ments to himself erected during his life
time and has asked that the money col
lected for the purpose of building n hall
in his honor in Berlin bo used in con
structing a memorial church.
Col. Lebel, tho inventor of tho French
magazine rifle now in uso by the army,
hus retired from active service in conso
quence of bad health. Bo is C2 years of
age. has sorved in the army thirty-five
years, and lias been through eight cam
paigns. Joseph Pulitzer, of Tho New York
World, who has become totally blind,
has for private secretary a young En
glishman named Ponaouby, who is a
nephew of Loid Ponsonby. the latter
being tho private secietary by appoint
ment to Queen Victoria.
Russia is said to have more good thea
tres than any other country in Em ope
Derhn has what is known ius u tcience
theatre, where the actors aro supplanted
by popular lectin era
Booth's room at the Players' club,
says The New Vorli Triimnc. iH as olo
j;ant an a pretty 'voiuiin's boudoir
Jennie Hill, the famous Cuglish uinsi'.
hall wnger, i 0-1 years old. but her pict
ure.s of Whitechapjl Kiilhood are mar
velously artistic She (jetn $3."i0 a week
'The Old lio.nestead" baa made the
Academy of Music in New York city
the most widely known theatre in Amer
ica by its phenomenal run of two years.-
A dynamo and a complete electrical
plant weilum; 800 pounds is carried by
"The Limited Mail" to produce the
woudertul telegraph effect in that real
The receipts of one performance of
"Shenandoah" at the Chicago Audito
rium recently reached nearly $3,300.
Twelve scene painters were employed
getting temporary scenery ready for the
Two days after the production of
"The Merry Monarch" at the Broadway
theatre, in New York city, Francis Wil
son's publishers received orders from
Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago for
over 1 1 .000 copies.
When Margaret Mather wati in Lon
don the costumes used in Bornhardt's
production of "Joan of Aro" were offer
ed to her for sale. Miss Mather did not
think the costumes would prove satis
factory to tho American public and had
new ones designed.
MEN OF LETTERS.
The Duke of Argyll writes laboriously.
but having once written he rarely alters
Tennyson, now past 81, has recovered
surprisingly from his recent illness. He
takes u fair amount of exercise, is in
terested in current events and continnos
The poet Swinburne is a little man
with a big bead, which is fringed with
auburn Imjr, He is quick and nervous
in his movements and a very brilliant
talker He is a bachelor.
Tho desk at which Oliver Wondell
Holmes writes his poems 1b far from be
iug the idenl escritoire of a poet. It is a
very prosaic roll top desk of polished
block walnut, kept with all the ueat
ness and precision of the professional
Paul Bourgot is the favorite novelist
of tho day among tho Parisian women.
Six years ago ho was practically un
known even to tho people of the Latin
quarter, whore he lives, but today his
slightest net interests all Paris, and his
books uro read with eagerness.
THE GENTLER SEX.
Mrs. Henry Ray, n colored woman, is
(ho United States' oldebt ponsioner, ,
Dr, Belle Smith, tho reuident physi
cian at the woman's prison in Bherborn,
Mass., is only SJ yetua of age.
Miss Uattle Blaine, the youugont and
prettiest daughter of tho wtcretary. is an
Mmo. Diotilufiiy. the well known Per
elan urclueologiHt and iiovullut, rides her
horne like n man even In tho streets of
The dttUiibtoru of Lord Potre, Lord
UlllToril, ttflnt MtJti nW Otlt lnM
of high rnhit mR filnmig ilm HlMPtsflf
Mnt-py III Ijomlnn
MIm Helen (1tild..lay lonl(Jdniili
ter. h an nmlnillslted ImtitwHI, alio
linn Hie rarwl priwitp wllwtlnn of or
chlila In Amotlrn.
MIm 8. Ii. Clnrrlt'y. a iiholmmiplier of
Chleago. Is Mild id have an Income of
$10,000 a year us Ihu result of Iter talent
mid energy In lierchowi Unuof work.
The first woman to be iidmllted to the
practice of law In Minnesota Is Mrs
Mary li McOlndloy, who prepared bur
self for examination In her husband's
Sara Uenihnrdt, when sho returned
to France from London lately, had forty
eight trunka with her, weighing nearly
thrco tons, nil being her personal bag
trngo. Snra Onio Jowott Is nnid to he tho
prettiest of Boslon'a literary women.
She Ih tho daughter of tv Maine mix cap
tain, anil i n ilark haired, graceful
woman with u Madonna like faeo
Victor Hugo's granddaughter, ,leanue,
Is a ityllsh and pictty blonde, who was
the Idol of the great tuireltft in bis de
clining yea t s She is 00 years old and
has already b id many social triumphs
"The wife or Theodore Tilton." say a
Pitt'bnrg paper, "lives with lier mar
ried daughter In Chicago, who contrib
utes to the family income I y water color
paintings, many of which are very lovely
in conception and tieatment."
for a banjo
makes the dryest cne
The Chinee endure change of elimnto
better than any other race
Twenty r .Uion nines of the land or
the United Ltntiv me held by foreigners
The mitet expensive roiToe brought to
the American market mines How .la
uitiiea There are 10,803 cchool dlitrlcls.oa.S73
teaeheirtiind 2.800.000 school cluldien tn
'"lie ag.'pegate debt of all the colonies
oi Antr.ili,i H 81." per luad of the popn
intion. or tyssa.ouo.ooo
A vast establishment ban befiu dincov-
ereil in Paris where I -ilse inasfin pieces nf
painting are produced
The number of the diamonds known
of the weight of thirty-sis c.uats mid
upward doen not esceed twenty
The monument that Great Britain has
unveiled over her dead at Waterloo is a
mass of masonry CO feet long, If5 wide
and SO high.
Statisticians recommend that the house
fly shall not bo destroyed, as he is a
purifying agent to avert cholera, diph
theria and typhoid fever
An English geologist predicts that
within fifty years a convulsion of nature
will sink tho whole of Now Zealand fifty
feet below tho burface of tho 6ea.
In tho j'ear 1310 sugar is said to have
been sold at 1 shilling 0J pence a pound,
and was considered a very luxurious
article till tho Eighteenth century.
Gloves with webs between tho fingers
aro a recent invention, intended to aid
swimmers to get a bettor purchase tfn
the water than tho bare hand gives.
A baseball club, tho smallest member
of which weighs 225 pounds, has been
organized at Jefcersonvillo,"Ind. The
aggregate weight of the team is a little
under 3,000 pounds
ARMY AND NAVY NOTES.
Erict.son a Destroyer is to be put in or
der for experimental purposes as rapidly
it is thought that three years will be
required toc'omplote the Maine after she
The caliber selected for the aimy rifle
will be three-tenth i of an inch, and the
bullet will weigh 230 gr.iiua
The mechanical appliances for hand
ling the monster gum aboard Entjliph
battle ships have lately developed most
Much to tl.o Mirpiisu of the naval en
gineers it has been found that the cruiser
Boston will need far more extensive re
pairs than was at first thought neces
sary Complaint having been made of the
nnBoldierly nppearanco of blouses with
pockets, as heretofore issued to soldiers,
it has been decided that those conven
iences will hereafter bo abolished.
It is held that in attempting to make
tho machinery of the Philadelphia lighter
too great a reduction Jias been made,
and it is hopeless to espect her over to
bo as satisfactory as tho Baltimore.
The acidity of the citrus fruits is due
to the citric acid in their juice.
Lardoon is the kitchen name for the
piece of bacon used in larding.
The Grocers' union will hold a pure
food exhibit in Now Yorlc next winter,
A Los Angeles picklo factory lately
bought eighty tons of cucumbers at one
cent a pound.
The state duiry commissionerrt are try
ing to Hjump out tho practice among
farmers of adulterating milk with chem
icals to preveut its souring.
Sweetmeats1 aro served at every meal
in tho Argentine Republic. They are
made by the nuns in tho convents, and
aro for sale at confectionery shops.
Good Mux I tint.
Keep np your spirits by good thoughts.
Enjoy the pleasant company of your best
friends, but in all enjoyments be tem
perate. Learn the art to be preferred
before all others, of being happy when
alone which consists in the encourage
ment of good hopes and rational pur
suitsin leuding an industrious life, and
in having constantly before you some
object of attainment In your converse
with the world, be ever careful, for tile
sake of peace, to speak ill of no one, to
treat your known enemy with civility,
and to shut your ears against evil re
ports of all kinds. Now York Ledger,
The Kmperor't New Yncbt.
Emieror William's new yacht, which
Ib to be built at Clbing, is to bo con
structed of steel and lighted throughout
by electricity. Her length will be 200
feet, she will draw teh feet of water", nud
her guaranteed speed is to bo twenty-one
knots per hour. Tliore uro to be dock
saloon, a dimug room, and u study for
tho vuipuror aft of the sluTUifj bridge,
all built of teak llelow there will be
two Miloona, au iiudiuiieu room ami two
large sleeping cabins, iih wull m aiiiplu
uccouiinodtttloii lor tho miltm uud turv
uuts. London Truth.
Ar Hdnlrliif Kan liirolt !
BOOK AND JOB SfOCK
BY EVEKY STKAMEH
nt tbalr -
Steam Mm Office
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Where they aru fully prepared to do all
kinds of work lu the, latest stylet, nl
the shortest notice and at tho
most iteaaouable iiato.
?iao Jnb Work in Colors aSptciaily1
HxcuUd In the Most Attr&ativa
Printod, ind Blockcd-whon desired.
Head the following partial list of spec
ialties nnd got tho JJulletin's prices bo
foro placing your orders. "By so doing
you w ill save both time and money.
Hills of Lading,
-' Meal Tickets,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of overy variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
Gcnoral Book Work,
Klc, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Xo Job jt allowed to leave the 'of
fice until It glvei satisfaction,
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,,
71 Quoeu Mtreet, Honolulu, K. 1,
(K & CO,,
No, 92 FORT ST
Arc now nhnwliig n Kargo Nuw
Sioek ol OnmU MilinliliHor Uirt
lowolry of nil klndm Hftmebp.
ltnrrlugit IllnroletP, ltnugto,
l.uee and Heaif I'Iik, Kings,
hndle and (Knits' (lhl mid
Silver Watches and Watch
Chaliia, Natlvodewelry, Clocks,
dllvenvatu.Oold llu.tdcd Cnuet,
Ctc., Vic, Klc.
ttif Prices wllhln the reach
of all, (live us a ci 11, 7i!8 lui
Is called to the large htoeK of
Now on bund and In an he on the
I it It lu-t.iut
l'he.V I'ouipiUe CAci.vtlil u hi be bud In
in.uiy MirioiiN line-,.
or am, iciniis,
nrliae SiiVBiPiatcd War
W.IK llOW, C'ltU'lCM
Umbrellas & Canes
Moie. led in Gold A, .SilveT,
Ulc, Ktc i;tc, Ktc.
liT lore ntll be open evening-for
two vveuUs pluvious to i hiist mis.
H. F. WICHMAN.
I have just received a huge assortment
of New Goods suitable for weddim: and
holid.iv gifts, confNtinq of the follow
ing, iz :
In all si lu ai.il qualities;
In the newest patterns;
After, oon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth in sets,
DamasSt Table Cloths,
In all si.es with Napkin? to match
debigu. etc., etc , etc.
'w Thi'Mi GoikN aie all imported by
me direct from the iniiiiiifactiireis autl
aru guaranteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf w. o. sritouix.
H TTIRTTUT 0 n
IT nVVi N
ui iuii i i ib uuii
Win. G. Irwin. President to Manager
Clans Sprcckcls , . . Vice-President
Walter M. Giffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Then. O. Porter Audltoi
AOENTa OF TUB
ic Mm mil
OfHnn I'raiii'Im'i,, at.
Contractor (gB? Buildar.
Estimates Given on 'hick, Iron, Stone
& Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KEEPS FOR SALE
Brick, Lime, Cement, Planter of Paris,
Miublo Dust, Who Lath,
California North Beach & Santa
Quarry Tiles OxG-ied, white and bhio;
Minion, Plubtlc and Encaustic 'Tiles In
vai lous patterns, all kinds of Dralnngo
6QST Oki'iob SoiuhiMibt comer Alu
kea and Queen sticcls,
Mutual -tfia TELEPHONES
Alukt'ii, iiuur iiu4!ii Nt.
TctepUouu So, on.
ft? r m
S TRADE J
MAS1 t-ATfnf!li (IT
im wrrritii ht
Man I'tNMi'txrii, i I Cnllniriilti,
Sllvnrwnie, Silver .lowohy,
Sliver Moiiriletl I'nno,
f-ilSDr Mnimted (Jiubroll.i,
Onvs Mantel ' loek,
(Jidd l'eii A Pencils,
IlttU L.(Ml(lll' 3imIm(
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
JWT ('iitnlogue ent to any nddresfiee
rwTMslI onleis promptly and care
tSr'Dlnuioiids and Pieeioiis j.Stones
inoutitid In the latc-t styles,
II III I Will
Infalllblo for renew Iiir, Inrlcoratlnc and
beautifying tho hair, removing ecurt, danJrulI.H
, tt ... . ,, , ... a
uiui nu uui-ttiuiiB ui mu Bunip, bqu cunug erup
tions of the skin, diseases of tho glands, mutclcs
and Integument", and rcllclni stings, cuts,
brultcs, sprains, etc. Tho ntllulty between thol
membranes wh'ch constitute tho skin and the
hair which draws Its sustenance from thlstrlplo
cnvclopo Is very cloeo. All diseases of the hair
originate tnthoeklnof the head. If tho pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or If the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho fniill
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart llfo to the Qbrcs, tho result Is scurf,
dandruH,sluddlngoftlic hair, grajmess, dryness
and harshucss of tho ligaments, and cntlro bald
ness, as tho case may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action n Ith Barry's Trlcoplior
ous, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
actMty, will annihilate tho disease. In all
affections of tho skin and of the subetrita of j
muscles and Integuments tho process and the
effect aro tho same. It Is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and tho glands that IIurry'H
Tricopherous has Its sjicctflc action, and
In nil afTectlons and Inlnrlcs of theRnnrpnna lf.H
is a eo crclgn remedy.
Q ItmrnrA nf nAnnfAAttfi.
From tho Greatest Living Trlma Donna,
Aladuuio Adiliua 1'aUI-Nlcollnl,
Montkviueo, July 30th, 1888.
Mrssiu. Barclay & Co.. New York.
JJear aire: l Uko pioeuro in announcing to
5 on that IlAitHY'a Florida WaterIs one of the
rew articles nmnjs to uo ronnu on my Urceeing
capo. In my conception it Ii one of tho best or
toilet miters, mid for tho Uith It Is not only dc
HclouB, but refreshing and invigorating, I
recommend it without rcecn c.
HQLUSTER & CO
Win. (1 Irwin il (Jonpy,
(i, i ii rrr.ii.)
OriM.lt KOK bAl.E
I u 5ItH U' i.
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Foil Steam PIpo Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OULANDT'S
HiiSli Graib Ctoinicul Cane Manur;1.
Fuirbank Cunning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
A.lltl JL.OA'' TTtri
Aro rchjicctfnlly invited to examine
that now on sale by
1. 1 WILLIAMS k CO.,
(Successor to O. E. Williams),
105 Fort St., : : Honolulu.
Sclt'cUd by Mr.
H. II. Williams
In San Frnncii-co. Lailics and Gen
tluniun will Hud in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
For genuratioiiH to come, and very
BIRTHDAY or BRIDAL
fifiP"Lurci' mvuiriM lnlcly ruunived,
and uioru on thu way by m and
Htcum, 731 ltu
Choice Goods for
New Engravings, Photogravures,
THE VKKY LATKST IN
A largu invoice of which lias been received tliiect from the manufacturers.
Girioy & Eflfly Ice Ctals & Mripralors,
Itl'UHKIt HOSE, SI'KIXKLKItS mid
HOSE REELS, STOVES & TINWARE,
Plantation Supplies! ,
A NEW INVOICE E "EDWARD MAY."
Paiits, Oils, Vanista, LiricatiBi Oils, j?-
Bfc& During occupation
out nt Hpui'ial rates.
8q New Goods expected by the
UOltNEK HOTEL .
Ladies S SPECIAL attention Ladies !
Wt desire to announce that wo have received per last S. S. "Australia" and
"Zcalanditi," a very largo and varied stock from Europe and
tho States, especially adapted for tliis market.
Latest Novelties I Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in lati'bt patterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES fe RlltBONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
HTmcli !-' Underwear. XOd GloretLj
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & BEST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for $2 a
gj3T Get your Kid Gloves at tho "Temple of Fashion." Jj&
GEN I'S", LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full assortment.
BOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
for tho Holidays.
CHEISTMAS GOODS :
A large nsi-orttncnt of Xinas Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DKESSED, UNDRESSED .fe KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Eio.
LADIES', FINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
S. EHK L1CH & CO.,
MaanreBaan-w-grriaf cnzi.uin'.n A4. u3-sr.
fa CQB9 R "
JPfi NEW YEIA.1.
1 5 0 AT 'OK--KO 1 5 0
K&r EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PliANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Oarpcutcrs', Blacksmiths', MachiniBta &. Plumbers' Tools,
LIOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen UtetiHils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Ceutrl.ogals,
Wilcox Sl Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jajne & Sons Family Medlclsw.
Subscribe for the Weekly
tic Holidays !
ol temporary quarter, lines are being closed
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ll,
Temporary Dlllce in Molnerny Block, Fort street.
Hotel & Fort Streets.
No. S3 Port Utroot'
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