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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1895. 3
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes,
lluildinir Material, Crockery
waie, Groceries, Wines,
sor.K A( justs rem
M. reliant iTlcur.
Fort Ss 0,-u.eerL Streets
RUBBER STAMPS !
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc i-ow ready lor
inspection at our Xow
More (W miner's old
stand) on Fort Strtvt.
A carefully selected slock
of .Jewelry bought with
an eye on the Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Ilox 2i7.
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Xd. j rro3L.,l'3C. Prop.
M. T. DONNELI.,
PATUNTEK AND SOLE MANUFACTOREB
New Patented Poi Strainer
All OnlerH or CoiuimiiilcatloiiB
aJUresjed to K. 0. Hull it Son, iJ'ii.,
(who liavu them on sale), or to M. T.
Donncll, will receive iiromit nttutlon.
rpiiK usnr.issio.vnr) okkkus a
X rouarclot JJ.V)to nny ono kIvIhk In
(orumtloii that will lead to tli conviction
of the person who utole u Diamond Itlng
from his pri'iulsos on Thursday hint.
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, BltOWN & KUBEY, I
; WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS I
Goods mM on Weekly or Monthly I
I uyinciits. I
U 4 Matonlc Temple, Alakea Strict. I
I HONOLULU, - H. I. I
Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Popular approval goes l'r
toward establishing the stand-
or a nusiness House in any
community, and the good-will
and patronugi- we have had
during the ia-t forty yeiv in
dicate, not on'y that we have
the POl'UIAlt approval, but
that thot-c who hve dealt
with us have been eminently
satisfied with their transac
tions. Wc attract and retain pat
r mage more by the kxcicl-
MtNX'rf. OK (JUAMTIKS sIlOWU
and our rnasokaiilk pricks
than by prepoxterous claims
of f-elling goods In low cost,
We repeat a- we have said
before that, when you pay lcs
fne irnndu tlinn u-. nulf ine
101 goods tlian C able toi
them you get an inferior
While we carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in
every sense from the lowest
priced j;oods to Ihe most
luxurious made, we make a i
specialty of the highest grade,
and exclusive' designs the '
most recenc and accepted I
It ih worth vour while al
ways in making purchases to
, ; . .lie i
look at our stock belore de-
ii we nave wnac you
w nut you will certainly buy it,
if quality and pi ice are any
Thii wick Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
gin.-ral stock will receive con
siderjble attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is an
over largi one, lir&t buyers
will have first choice.
H. P. KHLKttS & CO.
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(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fendem, Daslies, Storm Ajirons, Ktc.,
nt bow oat 1'ossible l'ntos, and
Workmanship o! the Debt.
I uh l-'irst-elasu Material of my own im
nortlni;. .Manufacturer ot all kinds ot
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
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CALMED BY BLASPHEMY.
Profanity of the Sailors Reassured
A good story is told of a timid
clerRvman jutt arrived from a trip
abroad. Coming homo tho weathor
was alarmingly tempestuous. The
wind blow a hurricane, tho vessel
rolled, and tbo pirson look fright.
Ho loft his statorootn and staggered
aloug to thu ollieo of John Kara
naugh, tho purser, who is a bit of a
wag, and said:
"I'm Bitro, Mr. Purser, you'll par
doti mo, but 1 feel so dreadfully
agitated. Kindly inform tuo aro wo
in any positive danger?"
Kavatiaugh replied: '"Como with
mo a moment," aud lie led thu way
to thu forecastle. "A'ow," continued
he. "bond your ear doun there and
toll mo what you hoar"
Tho sailors were swoariug in their
bappv-go lucky, unconscious way,
ays tho I oiulou News.
"How shocking! What language!"
groaned the parson, trembling from
head to foot.
"Now, do you for a moment think
that tlioM sailor would go on ia t
that profane fashion if there was
any real daogorl" asked the consol
"True, true," replied tho parson,
somewhat calmed by the asurauce.
"On may sometimes pluck the
sweet llowor of comfort from the
vile cloak of sin. The ways of i'ro- ,
videuco are iudeed inscrutable," and ,
back ho crawled to his room in a
Two hours later the fttorm had in
creased in violence, the wind raged
and howled more wildly, and huge
wavos broke over ami seemed to
submerge tho great ship. The par
son was out of his room again, more
scaro I tlinu before, aud was seen
silently, nervously fumbliDg his way
along the wot deck to thu loroeastlo.
Ho wa deadlj pale and trembled
with exciteinrut. lie liftened. Tho
sailors were Minuting, and a tre
mendous iath amid the din reached
"Thank heaven," murmured he.
"They are still at it. Thoy still
blaspheme. There is no danger yet,
tho Lord bo praisedl"
FROM THE UPPER. REGIONS.
Boportod Pall ot a Motoor in. South
T. M. Flower, who was jut arrived
in San Diego from his i.n.ch at
Guadaloupo valley, in Liwor Cali
fornia, partly confirms tho report
that a groat meteor loll in tho
mountains of tho poniusula, ten miles
northeast of Real del Castillo.
He states that about noon of Jan-
uaryJT i, a terrific exploiiou, as of
several tons of giant powder, occur
red, tho sound rumbling along the
valluv between the rockv hills with
great rovorberatious. Tho cause of
' tll? -'OUlU10tioU COllld not 1)0 located
nl tiIolme but Inter Flower, as well
as Eli Walker, who distinctly heard
tho osplosiou in iMauoadero valloy,
thirty-four miles south of Guada-
i0P ,n,ltl a.1 lcaJl forty-five miles
mid to have fallen, learned the cause,
irom mo poiui wuero inu uieiuur is
No particulars have n ret boon ob
taiued from tho almost inaccessible
locality whero tho hugo motoor fell.
Two Worutn Sorvo Satisfactorily in
a Colorado Court.
Two women recently sat mi a jury ,
in a justice s court ia Uripplo Creek.
Constable I lath way, when ho went
out to get his pane), concluded that
as t no fairsex could now vote thoy
1mii,. n)(m -,.,. na !llrnr9 nn,i '
brout'ht in a bovy of women and a
few men, says tho Deuvor Hopub-
.i.rM. ...w .. ..U juiwo-f u uw
Tin I'aso on trial was that of a
landlady who was charged with
stealing a ring valued at 12 from '
one of her hoarders and sending it
to her daughter at Ds Moines. Tho
two women, along with a number of
men, found tho defendant guilty
and assessed a lino of $1 and costs
against tho laudlady after an i
absence of live minutes from tho
Photographic Color Printing
According to tho Photographic
Times tho most successful of recout
attempts at photographic color
printing by tuo chromo-golatino
procoss requires threo uogativos.
and a third of all the hluo.vinlut in
tho colored plato or object to bo
pnotograptieii. nates aro mailo
fr0m these photographs, aud
aro printed so as to rccoinbiuo tho
colors and form a fac-similo of tho
G. It. Harrison, practical piano ,
and organ maker and tuuor, can fur-1
nish host factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian Nowb Co. will re-
I ceive prompt attention. All work j
I guaranteed to bi tho saroi ni done
I in faotory. !
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Jlcg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak lied
room Sets, Italian and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very lalvsl designs; Dining Jioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlier Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Hhiu 2f I'Ki.KIMiONBB Mutual 645
Pioneer Furniture House
TBSTA.B3-iItrHEiD 1 SB.
New Goodvs ! Laiesi Designs ! Largest Stock !
qOi.lJ) uAK HKD1100M KTo.
HOFAS l.iltNOKn, WAKimOHKB,
MIRIIOUS, MODLDINQU, Kl'O., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er ttml ot IU Yanls, $12.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
:! Headquarters for
Pianos for Runt Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179 TEIEPBOHES--Hntoal 76.
A largo assortmont
has just boon re
ceived per "It. 1
Itichot" and "G. D.
i Bryant," nml
to airivo per "Transit."
IrlOiPPr c&, CO,
No 7"-i King Street
P K. WIII1.IUIS.
Evory variety, stylo
and prico in tho
Kurnituro lino. The
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our