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A York county, Mo., mnn caused tlio
irrcst of two incn for stealing Ills wnllot,
and then found it just whero ho left It.
A 0-ycar-old boy, while fishing In n
Wisconsin Btroatn, was pullecljout of n
boat and noaily drowned by an to
A fair nt Cochranton. Pa., had to bo
abandoned mi account of n freshet. Tho
grounds worq. flooded nud tho goods wcro
femoved in boats.
A pearl found in tho Pecatonica river
by James Ellis, of Winelow, Wis., and
sold by him for $G00, baa boon bought by
a Now York jeweler for $5,000.
Tho law offlco of ex-Prosidont Andrew
Johnson, in Qrecnvillu, Tonn., is still
standing, uud is used as a .ptorago room
by a patent medicine company.
Tho hottest duy of tho year in Now
Zealand usually comes at Christmas.
Tho day is n great occasion for picnics
in tho coolest nooks of tho woods.
In tho French Jardln des Plantcs is a
peculiar Boulh American lizard, resem
bling a "flying toad," which coils itself
np liko a hedgehog when disturbod.
Tho lull room in Brussels mado fa
mous by Dyron'8 lines wherein on the
ovo of tho battle of Waterloo "there 7na
a sound of revelry by night, and all wont
merry as n marriago bell," is for sale.
Tho names of all tho Wliito Star
steamers end with "ic," thoso of tho Cu
nardors with "ia," thoso of tho German
mostly with "land," and thoso of Dutch
always with "dam."
Tho hou3o in which Aaron Burr court
ed Estollo Provost, his wife, is still stand
ing at Paramus, N. J. It is of rough
stono, with gothlc ornamentation, and
surrounded by u fine strip of woodland.
Justices of tho peace were first ap
pointed in England by Edward III, in
tho year 1327, and in 1000-01 they weio
empowered to try felonies, whilo their
wages were fixed by Richard II in 1880.
A silver plated shovel was- used to re
move tho first earth that marks tho be
ginning of work on tho Niagara river
tunnel, which ia to bo construcod for tho
purposo of utilizing tho power of Niagara
During tho six years comprised in the
period 1883 to 1C83 no lcs3 than 280 pu
pils of tho public cchools in Prussia have
committed suicide. A largo number of
theso Buicides was inspired by the fear of
not passing examinations.
Thoro is moro calt consumed in Eng
land than in any other country in Eu
rope. In Franco tho consumption i3 13
kilogrammes a head; in Italy, 10; in
Russia, 0; iu Austria, 8; in Prussia, 7;
in Spain 0; in Switzerland, 4:. in Eng
land, 20 kilogrammes.
TALES OF THE TURF.
Byron McClelland's string during the
season of 1800 consisted of four horses
only. One, Sallio McClelland, atono won
over $00,000 in stakes.
It is said that Andy McDowell is tho
only driver that has given two mares
records better than 3:15. They are
Cricket, pacer, 2:10, and Margaret S.,
It is stated that tho great Sunol"will
accompany tho Polo Alto string homo to
California, where sho 'will bo sent to
lower her record. Palo Alto will also
be driven to beat 2:13.
Tho 7-year-old saddle stallion Bourbon
Chief has been exhibited seventy-five
times and won beventy-fiyo premiums.
He is now barred at all Kentucky fairs
except for special premiums.
D. D. Withers says ho believes the
mile record of 1:35J, made by Salvator,
can be beaten three seconds on the samo
straight course next year. Tho track
wa3 not in good condition when Salva
Pierro Lorillard intends to engage in
breeding thoroughbreds for racing on a
moro extensive plan than ever before.
Ho will soon have at least ICO first class
brood mares on hia great form at Jobs
town, N. J.
James Bradley, of Lexington, Ky., has
sold to James Murphy, the well known
owner and trainer, the chestnut 2-yeur-old
colt Rosoland, by Blue Eyes, out of
Missive. The price paid is understood
to be $7,000.
, When tho horses of the Castle stable,
the property of Jonas Langfeld, of Phil
adelphia, wero sold at auction, Diablo was
knocked down to A. P. Walcott at $9,000.
Bermuda went to Byron McClelland for
$5,500, and Green Morris gave $3,100 for
Thorndale, Elkton went to EC, My
ers for $1,500, and Glaucus to G. D.
Dion for $1,000.
At a recent sale of thoroughbred year
lings held at Doncastcr, England, a filly
by Hermit sold for $20,000, a filly by
Scottish Chief brought $10,400, a colt by
Rosicrucian $11,000, a colt by Mocgreg
or $13,000. Tho prices realized for tho
youngsters averaged from $5,000 up
ward. Fifty yearlings disposed of in
one string sold for $150,800, aad on an
other string of fifty $00,775 was realized
for the lot.
Are Receiving New IbtoIom of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
- at their -
Steam Puling Office
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Where thoy are fully prep ired to do all
kinds of work In tho latest styles, at
tho shortest notice and at ths
inott Reasonable Bats.
UNION IRON WORKS CO.,
J. N. 8. WILLIAMS, I t MASJAOEti.
It. MUltE, : ! i SUPKNINTENDKNT.
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works, : Erplanado, Honolulu,
dugnr Machinery, Iirlrillng Mnclilnury, Stfnm Engine,
Steam Ui Hem, Juico Tank, Cooler, Molaetcn Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cure, EleuUuio, Conu-yore, Furnace Fillings,
Wrought tfc Cast Iron Work for lloute BuildeiV,
Wutui Wheels A Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
Fine Jib Work In Colors a Specialty!
Executed in the Most Attractive
-Printed, and Blocked whop dlrd.
Cucumbers sliced lengthwise and eaten
as celery aro very choice.
Fried tomatoes, cut thick, make a sea
sonable and delicious dish.
The fat of tho opossum is almost as
delicate as that of green turtle.
Tho acid of tho mango arises from
citric acid and a very fugitive essential
During tho slego of Paris tho liver of
tho elephant was found to bo dainty
Ruin Mario is the kitchen tonn for a
metal pan which has a Ioobo bottom to
hold hot water, in which smaller vesMls
can bo pat for keeping warm, Hotel
Stowed fruit is fur nicer cooked slowly
In cold water tlmn when pat on in boil
lug witter mid cepked rapidly,
Bomo brcadiu ulcere claim tliat salt or
weal Is bctUr limn soap for wmIiIuk the
hands beforo and f ler mixing broad,
After water obco bolls it ii impossible
to uiuko It hotter, mid owy article eu
cook in water which Is not rapidly lml
Hwp ft) ing ii loudly InrsIgM .lmt
by tlioMi who havo not the InoliimUou to
dlu'OHT llmt lit fat In ubtoibed by
ikcc of flth pluuyed fit dicp fu( tJm
lliyw which uro luuiwl fruw Wdt a sj4
ill U II Uliiyl (1 UAutiiv.
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both ttmo and money.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of overy variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Bporliug Scores &. Records,
I'orpstuul Wushing Lists,
..General Book ork,
Xlo Etc., Etc., Eto
VST No Jobls allowed toWsYo the of
lies uutll It glvws sntUfutllou,
Mm I1HL H F
ffmiTnniwr hit h vh
Soli- AacntH Huwull m Islands tor tho
PEL1CMBEWATER WHEEL I
gTtF" Repairs of all kii ds of Machinery done at reasonable rate and
nt ehnrt notice. . 63u" tf
lit ie: s-troot Near JTort.
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN HOLIDAY GOODS !
Gciitlcmun's Furnishings, Ladies' & Children's Hosiery
GIovps, Ilamlkeichiufs, Liicpb, Scnrfa, Linen, Trny Cloths'
Sil i-lir- .nlflioiinl Coi-is. 'IV a (Ninths, IIiuul SaU-liejs, Purses,
Lii-llt'i' nuil Gent lumen's Sillc Umbrellas, Parasols, Manicure and
Dating Cubt;s, Albums
AXD A FINE LINE OF
Ladieb' & Ch Idren'a JackotB, Rugs & Rain Coals, Etc., Etc.
P. S. Will ht open rvtnings until after Christmas.
B. l E1ILERS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Toys, Dolls, Musical Boxes, Dressing Sets.
FULL LINE OF '
BLACK HOSIERY, C, P. & D. P. COBSETS, Etc, Etc,
BOr OPEN EVENINGS -a fi OPEN EVENINGS
JOS. KUBASH, FRANK J. KRUGER,
Mclnerny's Block, : : : Fort Street.
TOYS & BOLLS
NOT FOR SALE BUT GIVEN AWAY I
jm m. m JSl ? DDE ,
104 FORT STREET. .--- HONOLULU, H. I.
G-reat Attractions I &reat Attractions I
COME AND SEE OUR IMMENSE VARIETY OF FaNOY NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOIt
New Year's Presents !
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A FINE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY -:- PLUSH-:-WARE !
Of every dusoription, whiuh we offer nt uxlroonlimity' lowqinccs.
Ml and Painted Porcelain Placques,
In n varUty of hap8i and sizes, anil Illustrated with a variety of subjects, nmony them Animals, Klowcrt,
Lnudscupi s, ntu., etc.
Geotleiu'ii Sill Umbrellas k Faacy Neckwear,
IN GREA-T VARIETY, AT VERY J,0V PRICES.
Plush Embroidered Table Scarfs & Table Covers,
IN THE NEWEST DEslGNS.
FANS ! FANS ! FANS ! "
Lissa Fans, Laee Fans, Painted Fans, Evening Fans and Fans of every description.
Eid Gloves, Hand Satchels, Shawls & Scarf Shaw 1b.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Linen Embroidered & Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
In this departuasnt we are showing an immense variety, and the latest designs, and at prices that will antonith
Inl'unt'H Silk & Casiincro Cloaks & Baby Blankets,
IN GREAT VARIETY, A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
TORCHON LACE. SCAEF a'IDIES and BED SETS.
fiOT INSPECTION SOLICITED, -fan (733 tf) Sfifr- INSPECTION SOLICITED, -a
ISSUED BY THE
IJ-H i. HI M LI BB sBha HQU II
tJL W &QTW YORK
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
HICHAKU A. .UcUKIy. Pri-ttidunt.
$ST For full particulars apply to
!S. JB. X-SOfsHES,
Dec-24-89 General Acnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DALIES & CO.,
Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
A FINE SELECTION OF-
Pins, Bracelets, Etc., Etc.
Lais' & Gent's Gold i Silver Watches,
OF FIRST-CLASS QUALITY.
VST All kinds of Jewelry, suitable for the holidays, at reasonable
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
IRON DEDSTEADS, .
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TAR,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER ODL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene Oil" ALOHA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS &. OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
JSTUoods warranted ns represented and marked in plain flgure.ra
Photographers, Attention !
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex 'AUSTRALTA" ANOTHER 8UPPLY OF
M. A. Seed Dry Plates I
ACKNOWLEDGED BY PROFKBKJONALH ANDPAMATBUIUJ
Beit Photographic Piate Extant,
VOl HALE HV
HOLLISTER & CO..
IMU Ptfi t Httrvt, ii ill HwhuJnIHi H, I,
(Jhalf Gutters & Cane Knivos.
SCOTCH, DKY GOODS ! FRENCH,
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorl's Dissolved Permian Guano, Ohleudnrl's Special Cane Mnuure.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cottou & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destioys all Noxious Weeds & Si-rubs.
BAGS'-Sugar, Rice, Paddy, foal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM. -
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvement lu material and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence "Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Shortly expected a
flue line of
INDIAN (iOODS Enllre,J
to Uila trade.
stUriUlMIWili uil. Hi inMsTHsj
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
A. J HO HlltlllN- IIOl'NCH,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Curts,
VAX or MlillT,
1'roprlctora. Illlo, lhuvnll,
IW Orders received by 'f olephouu -ia
. MULLEU & Co,,
1'HACTIUAL QUN & LOCKSMITHS
Uutliui Stn-ct, "Damon's lllock,"
riurgleultt Jliulcul liilriimt'i)U neatly
lupwlii'il at rviiiimuLlo lulet, Minliij;
Alueliliiui and repairing "' nil kinds u
spcelulty, All kludi of tfufun &, ht'iiles
a'pulrtal, Iluuit'liold (junlii(( Muehluui
tar Niiimuu iiivu(, iiv-xt door tn
B IIORN. Praetloil Confectlouer,
Pastry CooU and llaker.
71 Hotel til, Htr Teli'phoiiu 74,
HHDWAKD ii 110 WILLI,
Cfiitritiioi'H v itiiiiiiurM,
Jlilok, bloim mid Woudaii lliillitlii(,'i
tilliimtf i ghoii JohbliiK iniiiiiiiilv t
liimltd to, 7U KliitfWrt'Dl, Id) 'I'elut
phoiiu No, 'i, l. O, jinx i'iA, iffi.ly
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