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VOL. IV. NO. i:j.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATTHDAY
I'RICE T) CENTS.
, if- - .
THE WEEKLY BULLBTHI
-IH l'tTIU.lSHUH -
Al Fntm Dom.mss a Yrn to Domestic,
mid Fivr. Dtu.t.uts to Foreign Subscribers.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
I'MNTHD AND PtJllMSimi)
EVE IIY AFTERNOON
l'.Xl'in-T SUNDAY 1IY Tin:
Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
at Tin: oitii'i:.
Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Isiatuls.
4 SlMlSOllllTtOX Six Ihu.i.uis Yran.
Polivciod in Honolulu nt Fifty Cunts a
iMo.Nrii, In advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
honi: in summon srYi.i:.
J5U -5SI BOTH TWLKL'HOXF.S ?- '!"''!
r-1'. o. iuwv ). -&"&
Address letters for tin1 paper "Kditor
ltiiM.uTiN," uml business letteis. "-Manager
llullutlu I'ublishing Company." Using u
personal midribs limy cause' delay in at
tention, DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor ana Manager.
LEWEHS & COOKE,
liiirouriutit AM 1)i:m,i:i:s in I,uiiu:n mi
am. kinds or lluii.uiNo Mati:ui M.S.
Foit Street, Honolulu.
WILDER & CO.,
1)i:M.I.IM INaLuMIU:il, P.MNTS, On.s, Nails,
Salt, and Uuii.dino Maii.iu.m.s
. of kv1.ky kim).
Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
iMI'OIUI.Ils AMI (JoMMIhsION M KKl'llANTK.
Foit Sheet, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
(lI'.MKMi COMMISSION AllUNTS.
Corner Kort mid Queen Sheets, Honolulu.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
ljironrnus and Commission Miuichakth.
Kniihumanu Street, Honolulu.
JOHN T. WATEBHOUSE,
1mi'orii:r ami Df.ai.ku in Gi:m:i:m. Mi:u
Queen Street, Jlonolulii.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
AuonoNi:i.uANiini:NKii, 1)iwi.nis Aouxr.
.Mnliiikonn, Kohalu, Hawaii.
WENNER & CO.,
Manufaoiuwno and iMroiiriNd ,li:wi:i.nts.
!)J Fori Street, Honolulu.
. THOS. LINDSAY,
MaNUFAOTUUINII ,ll!lVi:i,KI and Watch.
ICukul .lewulry a Hiieeiulty. I'urtii'iilur
ultmitlon paid to nil Kinds of ro.mlrs.
Mulwnny JJloek, Fort Stieet.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Aau.Nrn i nit tiik Hawaiian Ihunds,
HONOLULU IBON WORKS,
Stuam Kmiimm, Suomi JIii,i.k, ltoii,i:ius,
C00l.l:itl. IltON, ItlUHH, AMI I. UAH
.Muuliliivry of Kvury Dicriptlon -Mndoto
Oriler. I'ltrtlciiliirnttontlon jmlil to Ships'
llliielcsniiiliiug. Job Work oauoiUwI n
0. B. RIPLEY,
('uniiluto ilnna mill hneellleattoiis or
uviiry dui-uiiption of IjiiIMIiik. CunlrnutH
iliiuvii ami eaiuful hiipeiiiiteinluiH'ii of con
(itriietion tjivi'ii whi'ii KMiiircil. ('all and
uxiimimi plans. Now dimlmis, .MimIiiiii
liuildingB. Olllru, llooiiin.Siiii'okolH' lllocl:,
Mutual Tul. 'M.
W. A. WALL,
(I.atu t)i thu (luvuriiiiiuiit Knrvwy.)
1', O, llox -I0J. iliiluiil Tlu, ,IU. Qlllaa
nvr HUJiup'ii Uhiik.
w. ir. axoNJs,
GREETING TO ALL.
I've pathcrecl nil my Carrier band
'Today, from far and near,
So lmre'H a double health to ail,
And bote's a ringing cheer.
Come, listen to the souks they slug
Upon this ylad New Year.
THE NEWSPAPER CARRIER.
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Yo lay upon your doorstep
The paper that you pri.e;
The talk ol every nation
Is spread befoie your eyes;
You get your fill of politics,
You note the b.isebr.U scoic,
And lu.id thu latest doings
Xow, aren't you glad you have it
That black and white display?
What would you do without It?
Why, friends, you'd pino awny.
Just stop awhile think of it
Suppose it shouldn't come?
Consider for a moment
iV-t3 t.v nijti. . .C -
While you perchance aro nnpplng
The paper boy's unfurled
Upon your open portal
The gossip of a world.
So don't forget the paper boy
Who greets you now onoo moro
And leaves IiIh Nuw Yem 'h Message
f i out
A inurdur'H been committed,
There's been nn uwfill II ro,
Jolm .Smith in being hurled
For calling. Inno, a llnr;
'J'hero's tnlk of war in Kuinpe-
tYou Mop to lorn! u joku),
A liank luuililurls inlirtiiig
raff- is vls
if A M
I .ai'. 0. V ii 'iffayili r w it' wwiiiwifitt.
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IMIl . KMW mZT
lMTW I IB II S jf , V-- F
You know If you're In 't'csnt
What's under way in Maine;
Yon know If you're in 'Fiisco
Tho mntu of llilnga In Spnlii;
You i eiul it smloy luailor
And then ojnoulnto
(llecniiio j'ou think so nlso),
& TjTyu i
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When I linvp left niyiiapeis on tlio steps
i aloiiu- the w.iy
I Tlie people all nto letiding news am! gossip
1 of the day,
And in tin1 last house on my lontothq win
dow's open wide,
And us I luok in every day i see ti faco
A smiling, happy face it is a glance not
bolt! but free,
And f-omehow I feel better when shogucs
her smile to me.
Shu knows I'm but a paper boy, yet as I
Theieis no loom for scorning in tho nr.ni a
of her eye.
Shu'-, busy, alwaj.s busy, but she .spaics
the time to smile,
Although I'm but a paper boy, and don't
put on much .stylo;
And as 1 leave my paper and away from
her I flee.
My backwaid glances nhow mo that hhe's
smiling still at me.
When I go back to town e.ieli day I .seo that
It makes mo glud I'm living, and I hope
she'll keep the place.
I hope her dimpled elbows, that aru four
teen inches thick.
Will lisc and fall heienftor with a motion
just as quick
As they have done sinco sho first enrao in
" weeks that number three,
For Bridget makes mo happy when sho
gives her smile to mo.
1 hopo that kitchen window will forcve7
net ns frame,
To chiomo liriilget's features and pcipetu-
ate her name.
Her month is up tomorrow, butlhopo that
she will sta3',
And witli those dimpled elbows keep tho
festive Hies away,
ner smilo Is broad, expansive, and I'm
glad ns I can be,
Each morning as sho opes her mouth mid
Bpreads it out on me.
'OUT OF SIGHT."
Tiicre is it piiraso that people use
Three ords wu often hem
They call it slang, yet nothing else
Could make our meaning clear.
Wo see Homo fellow dressed in style,
His elgaiette alight,
And as wo take him in, exclaim,
It'n wontlti fill how Uilh pot phrase
lined, et lu extent
In not yet known. For iimtnnoe, tnko
The lwilin of keullinent.
A fellow cull ii)ioii u gli)
And tun till Into ut night;
Hut uhun he he'tiv hw futlior'u Mop,
Ynu list lu' "out of Uglit."
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You conic home late. Tho night Is
Your journey's nearly done;
You open up the gate and Mien
Toward the house you run.
Ami ns yolt get half way across,
Thu earth yon quickly smite
It vns n clothesline that you struck,
Anil It wns "ont of sight."
Tlio mini ; ho si ips n on tho back
And telis thai t In i i.ut t lie;
Tho fellow ho has caught a fish
That's bigger than a whale;
And many others Hint wo know
Who make us weary quite
Oh! how we wish that they might In
Foiever "out of sight."
The bank rnsliler is seen eaeii day
With knitted blow nt uoik;
He is n win thy, honest man,
And never known to Hjiirk.
But when you miss his face somo day
And lead about his Might,
You ask, "Where aro those bonds and
Oh, ttioy mo "out of sight."
You put your paper on a step,
And then some nenous kitt
Hangs round, and is not sntislled
Until ho has it, hid.
Ami when his fatliei hunt, gets mad
And longs to hno a imht,
That kid jiistslisaioiinilund sayj,
"Say. pii, it's 'out of.sight.' "
JUST ONE MINUTE MORE.
When you mo walking down tho street
It makes you glad to seo
The fellow who anno up last week
And asked you for that V;
But eio you catch up he has gone
Thiough somo deceptive door.
Alasl you might havo caught that man
lu justoiiu ininuto more,
It always happens just tho same;
For Instmico, tako.baseball.
Tho man on thlid lias got a cinch
Ha thinks so, that is nil,
Tho ball gets tlieio before lie does;
Ho falls to mnko n score.
"I might have made that run," ho says,
"In just oiio minute more."
Thu little boy behind tho fence
Is making nice mint pies,
Ami when Ills mother calls him hence
He simply fails to rlso.
Ho sits 1 1 ion till the sun goes down
Ills mot lier's throat Is sore
And says, "Yet., mamma, I'll be thoro
In just one minute mote."
a - Ta " ""
Uiwii Uiu kufu CIhiu hIU,
Hue lover by lir nidi;
'J'Jiuy talk of lovu till UM luuit t waive,
tfat mum tor TImw or 'mm
A ud wUw from uu u UlflU aba Uhix
1 1 w fttUwr'n uuutle tour,
$mm, "liw Juliu, you'd UU4Wiy
Fur jintt uu mliiuut moro."
Yuu tnil out lib your wife to vutoli
A till" tlntt Imvmi ut ntglit.
tib mm Uitir t.u ll Lwr 1ml r
Awl tut bur but. tut MnUtfbt ;
4n4 liiini lid lu tun turiKiuu,
Ifay Ihnw, or tiwylw fuiir,
WmmUU wi, "I'll iw Mudir, tUMir
lit Ml4N wifiUMl MH"
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You think you've got borne heiress fair;
But, just as you propose,
Thu doorbell rings, some fellow comes
And breaks jour lovely posu;
And when sho weds tho other until
You nindly pace the floor
To think you might have had that girl
lu just one minute more.
The golden apple of our life
Hangs where thu leaves are thick.
It wo would fetch that apple down
We've got to get there quick;
Or else some other chap will shout
As he throws down the core,
"You might have had it all, old man,
In just one minute nioru."
THE CARRIER BOY'S ROMANCE.
Ho used to go by every day
And say, "Good mornin, marml"
Trudging along with honest step,
His papers on his arm.
It fairly did mo good to hear
His steps ns f.l.ey went by
Thu boy hail such an honest faco
And such a kindly uje.
And there was always in his coat,
Come siinsliinu or come shower,
It made no otitis 'twas always thcre
A little. spi ig of flower.
Somehow it seemed so strange to mo
To see his dusty clothes
It didn't seem Jti'-t right, jou know,
For him to wear a rose.
Ono day I asked him how it was;
He blushed, and touched his hat,
And mutteied with ll foolish smile,
".My sweetheart gave mo that."
And so, one morning, as he came,
Imagine my dismay
To seo my littiu paper boy
Without a rose Mint day.
How my heart bled for that poor boy
To lie by love so smitten!
"Poor chnp," I said, "I know it all
She's given you tho mitten."
Ho laughed enough to have a fit;
I felt all in n whirl.
"Xo, inarm," ho said, "you'io wrong
I've got another girl."
TALE OF THE CARRIER CLAM.
In tho depths of tho sea lived a carrier clam
In u puifectly simplu way;
He lived on n rock near n seuweetl swamp,
Ami snug to himself nil day.
i&niSK'xSs ' x ipV
And wirly wicli morning nt four or so,
Or oven ns cut Jy as three,
Tills bright littluchimou his rounds would
In thu depths of tlio beautiful son.
"- zy ::- 'g
ji-'a- - -.- v.-jj -3"
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"Ho, Uo," uiuturwl ho, "1 ll ml my
'I'u Ulrt with Hie lubm wUo(
And wUIIkkIiii U mitkiuK il lorJ' fur litui,
I'll UumW nwiiy with uiy (avu."
fu HUUAlK w' U) lib tliMUuif uuu
lis aimm!. ut4 lui iiAfNl bS tin
tUui Mii at it Imaiiilfiil mrlil bll
Aha nuAiittl md lmnfriatl hM IHABi
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elf 1 : w"'l"jirs
And oh, how glad wns the portly whale,
And the shark, and tho porpolso, too,
To think of the bright little carrier clam
As they hurl led their papers through.
And yet, ns ho sped o'er the deep sen bed,
This poor little eluui would sigh,
When ho thought of his lobster love nliovo
Who lived on u rock ne.ir by.
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For nlas! her papa was n innnstcr grim,
And the gallant claui well knew
That if he should tackle that terrible claw
He'd U o but a minute or tw o.
And so as ho swam in u dismal way,
Theio suddenly eaino to his mind
Tlio sylphllko form of bis maiden aunt,
Whose thoughts wore to Cupid inclined.
Her t rim little neck was n wonder to see.
All studded with pearls of great price,
And when tho old lobster caught sight of
Ho thought sho was awfully nice.
Sho got tlio old fellow entangled ut once,
And, while they weio deep in a chat,
Tho carrier clam took the girl of his choice
Away to a beautiful Hat.
And now, at the homo of the carrier clam,
They've mniln them of seaweed a swing;
And while their papa is away on his
The little clams gather mid sing.
1'HE CARRIERS' BALL OF
Barney McGheo gavo n Curriers' ball,
And there were assembled from nil over
People you never had heard of at nil.
Chlimmon, Turks and ebony cannibals,
Borneo maidens mid monks from Cathay;
Men from Llbeiia, hind of bacteria,
Bottlegieen noses from Barnegat Bay.
Fluffy haired maidens from down in Cir
cassia, Frenchified mashers fiom Aix-lu-Cha-pclle;
Duties from Chlengo and fellows from
Limerick ladies with apples to soli.
Il.islii-IJii.&uks from the heart of Bulgaria,
Mackinaw mashers and Barbary thugs;
Greeks and Cieeksiintl Chippewa Indians,
HutTido bu hers with plenty of lugs.
Hirsute Kgyptinns who hailed from Al
gerlu, Carribeo klekers uml Callao bloods;
Zulus mid .Jtnv.s mid l'ortugue.so iiniul
grants, Cnleiittii thoroiighbri'ds lontled wltli
African dwarfs unit "gents" from Salonlrn,
Paraguay ehiippiiw with slalhern of style;
F.sklnui fiee?.eri and Mexlcnu Grongerd,
Ilottentol jiinhleus decked out inn smilo.
Oh, what u time, mid oh, what shcumie.
Kt'tur vk.i- iiiijllunn like it before,
Wuirligli'ii, jih mill CMUV4IM Hint bovik-
Juuiiiiiiu Mid Hiiimpiiitf uud ptiumllug
QtMiirUtai huiI wU ttud iw4 I row Vir-
ami Ami filiiUtt tiuy. laalatl &il L&vi
lBMiMt Im JUiMI ft4 HU ItUlAt flf AfiMh
When riglit. in tho midst of this fcirfnl
Hartley McGIicp got up on his enr;
Then there niisllglitlngantlRcrntchlngftnd
And cutting mid Blnshing for nearly n
Bnrney McGhee wns the only one left of it
Ho wns nulled down to the floor of tho
Zephyrs now toy with his iilrsulo nppen
dnges And Mint was tho end of the Carriers'
A NEW YEAR'S WISH.
Twns in tho city, New Yenr's day,
And round tlio open grate
A discontented family snt
And rniletl nt unkind fate.
Bald little Tom, "I wish Mint I
Had brother Charllo's drum."
Said Charlie, "Can't I have n knife?
Pa, I won't cut my tliumbl"
"I wish," saitl little ICnte, "my doll
Had just ono other dress."
"I wish I hud a decent hat,"
Said nliieteun-yenr-old Bess.
Unto himself moaned Frank (in love),
"If sho sees him onco moro,
I'll just propose nnd know tho worst
I wish I had his gorol"
Thenspako pnpa: "My dear, this house
Is small. I wish that wo
Had only bought Mint browustono front
At number thirty-three."
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"I think you'd better," said his wife,
"lct your now houses go,
Anil get mo just ono moio silk dress;
I wish you wern't so slowl"
Just then tho doorbell rang, mid caruo
The little carrier boy.
IIo stood upon the Smyrna rug,
His mother's only joy.
"Say, boy," spoke up the fnmily's head,
"Conic, quick, what Is your wish?
Xow that we're ut It, join right in
Anil iinmo your specinl dish."
Tho boy's faco, solemn, streaked with
Itelaxed then all wns still.
"Say, mister" this wns all ho said
"I wish you'd pay your billl"
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Notico to tho Public.
Tho JTmifsl People, of Honolulu:
Tlio Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of. tho public ami 1 wish to
nmko a standing statement in rogard
to tho Luuiiifc'-.lohiison matter. On
or about tlio 2d daj' of Dueember a
lot of old shiits was left in 1113" oiliuo
with inslrttftions to repair them by
ono signed Lufiing. J did repair
tho shirts, and a few days later this
man Liming, accompanied by his
wife, called and brought another
shirt to bo ropaiied, and also asking
to see the first lot of shirts. 1 show
ed them and' t hey were both well
pleased and said the job was well
done, and told 1110 that tho China
man would call 011 Monday and take
thom to ho ro-lnundriod. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and when I finished the-""'
last shiit 1 brought tho bill to
Luning at his ollieo. Ho got excited
but J did not scare, and I simply
told him 1 would like to collect
money for my work. Ho used somo
very hot words and said 1 had a
cheek to ask for my 11101103 then,
and ho said ho would ruin me, but
still 1 did not scare. 1 told Luning
m pri'soneo of ti witness that ho was
welcome to call at my place of busi-lies.-,
u.Jieio 1 havo a room unclosed,
and ho could try on tho shuts thoie,
but ho would oot do it, No doubt
Mr. Liming thought ho had dead
easy game, but ho was liko the man
that folliitit of tho balloon ho was
simply not in it. 1 will say this,
t hilt in any case J nmko now shirts
and if tlmy do not give entire satis
faction 1 wilt alter them, nmko now
shirts, or refund tho money. Can
any purson do more? I will also
keop in repair all shirts nindo bv mo
for two years Jreo of charge, for 1
am as quiet as a lamb,
A. J j, Johnson,
Tho Shirt Maker,
(Jurad W'io in Doutchland.
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolt on, of Lurny. Kusnoll County,
Kansax, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain A- Co,, Des Moines to
show thom his si. year old boy,
whoso life had been buvod by Cliam
bnrlaiu's Cough Hoinody, it having
eiired him of a very uvoro all nek of
croup. Mr, Dalton is cot lain that it
btnud his boy's life and i ontlius
ianlio in his prai&o of tlio IJoiueilv.
For wiln by all dwilorn. Hoiimjii,
Smith - Co., Agojit for tho Hawai
n iiiiui . H IJlUll, ULqilUlii.
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