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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBKUARY 7, 1893.
y 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,
Building Material, Crockery and
sole agists Kon
a olden Gate notar,
Fort Ss Qiaeen. Streets
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc now ready for
inspection at our New
Store (Wenner's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. 0. Box 287.
Tbe Best Lnncb to Town.
r. and Oorrj
. r ALL UODW
THK flNKRT BRANDh OF
Cigars and Tobacco
tLWASS ON a AND.
H. J. JSTOLiTlB, Prop,
O. 3R-. COXjX.IiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(lias no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc,
at Lowest Possible Trices, ami
Workmanship o! the Best.
I use First-class Material ot my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. Q. Box 41X1.
California Fruit Market
Comer King and Alakea Sts.
Every Sttnmer from
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUTAOTOBEB
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Conimanlcatlona
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd..
(who have them on Bale), or to M. T.
Inthinrr. Saddlerv. Etc.. Ltc., Etc.
Liquors, Ktc, Etc.
HUMOROUS AND DRAMATIC
C. J. WHITNEY
A. E. MURPHY
(U.8 B Philadelphia)
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Saturday Evening, Feb. 9th
t- Owing to the existence of Martial
Law the performance will begin nt "o'clock
General Adm'sslon 60c.
College HtQiionts and Pupils of the
Public Schools ?fic.
r. 0. J0NEH.
E. A. JONES.
NO. 108 FOHT BT11EET.
SAFES of Various Sires for Kent
by the Montk or Year.
K. VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 r. m. except on Saturdays, when
thoy will be closed at 2:30 r. u.
m-WE Buy and Bell First-class
STOCKS and BONDS and make ad
vances on same.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Geiiman IH'neyomcnt Society
held on January .11, 1845, the following
OUicers were duly elected, vlr. :
Hon. H. A.Widemann .President,
J. F. HackMd.'Esq. ...Vice-President,
H Schnltze, Eq Treaturur,
H J. Nolte, Ksi Auditor,
J. F. Haokfold, Esij Trustee,
J. F. Eckardt Secretary.
J. F. EOKAHDT,
1221-St Secretary O. B, S.
A PIONEFR WOMAN.
One ol the First to Oome to Califor
nia, by Way cf the Isthmus
Mrs Ssrab Merriani Brooks died
at midnight on Friday at her resi
dence, 801 Buh street. Sirs. Brooks
wa3 a notable woman. She belong
ed to tho pianeeis ot California, be
ing ouo of the few bravo wotueu who
fared tho dangerous and arduous
journey by t ho isthmus route to join
her hiubaud hero in 18.72, and in ado
her homo in the now Vet of tho
time. A brief record, as pithy in its
pointed stjie ai it is reiuarnauio in
its modest unconsciousness of tho
courage the undertaking required,
shu printed less thnu a jear ago i
under the title of "Across the Nth-
tnus to California in 'ft2." The lit-
tlu book attracted a great deal of at-
tenliou ntnnng all the early settlors I
of tho State, and hi it, hotter than j
in anything else written, oue fiuds !
tho indomitable spirit which aui-'
mated tho women of tho earlv days, i
a spirit t von moro indomitahlo tbau I
that which the mon required. In it
the character of tho writer is stamp-'
ed on ovory page, and few bavo lived
so long, earnest mid active a life in
an unassuming way, or carried i
through all the yearn so strongly
tho esteem and respect of a large
circlo of friends, tho let citizens of
California. She came out to join
hor husband in 1852, and after her
long and hard journey across tho I
isthmus, sho wuut through almost i
as trying travels over tho mountains.
Mr. Brooks was in business in Yreka, '
but they moved to San Francisco
and tooK up their residence in tho
houso in which shu tlied, and in
which sho had passed thirty-six ,
years. When sho first took up her
abode thoro the surroundings were
sand dunes, and sho had peon tho
groat city grow up around hor. Mrs.
Brooks liad been a very stroug
woman all her life and hardly knew
what sickness was until tho past
yoar. Three mouths ago sho was
taken ill, and after parsing through
a groat deal of suffering sho diod
quito peacefully on Friday night.
Sho had been for a great many years
( a widow, and sho leaves two child
ren, a daughter, Mrs. Adelo Chre
tien, whoso name is familiarly known
for her able dramatic and musical
criticisms, and a sou, Shelby Brooks,
1 who holds a responsible position in
the insurance business.
Mrs. Brooks came from Boston
and had among her friends there
I tho noted people of the day, an un-
uauaiij iii'u uuni iuvuuuid i(Jkvi
William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell !
! Phillips, Emerson aud Lowell were I
all there and groat questions were '
itetTaftja.Hn Goods 1 Latest Desigos ! Largest Stock '
sho retained till tho last. .S'. F. u
vnrontcw, Jan. xu.
What They Are Called.
Farmer Hutchins I've been dowu
to town to boo my brother Jim and
I don't know about his girl Kitty.
She's gone to colfogo so's sho can be
self-supporting if uecossary. It's a
boy's fchool, too, an' they call 'om
somothin' very odd.
I Neighbor What's that?
i Farmor Hutchins It seems that
theso girls that aro boin' trained to
bo self-supportin' aro called
weds." Neiu York World.
A Recommendation From Los An
geles. G32 Castolar St., Los Anoei.es, Cal.
After having suffered for a long
timo from acute rheumatism without
obtaining reliof, I used Chamber
laiu's Fain Balm and wan almost im
mediately rolioved, I highly recom
mend this as the best medicine
known. D. M. Hamilton. For sale
by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
Society Queen I want a family
Dealer Are you ouo of tho 100.
Dealer Then wo have thom os-
Eecially mado for you; with forty
lauk pages for marriages, forty for
divorces, two for deaths, aud nono
for births. How's that?
Queen Gimmo six. Kantus City
want to buy a really good
watch at Coast prices In-
spect tho stock of Brown k Kuboy,
at No.-i, Masouio Temple: thoro you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold on wookly and
monthly payments. Brown Ss Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
THE ADJOUItNEI) ANNUAL MEET
liiK ot the Honolulu Bailor' Home
Society wi'l be held at the ltoom of the
Chamber of Commerce on BATUUDAY,
the Oth day of Frbruarr, nt '0 o'clock a. m.
Ok- Immediately after adjournment of
the Society's Annual Meeting the Board of
Trustees will meet. Per order.
F. A. SCHAKFKK, Secretary.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1613. lSi7-2t
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons Ike
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Ilattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Room Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
I'orlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONE -Mm m. B46
Pioneer Furniture House
B3ST-A.B3L.I3H ED 1859.
801.ID OAK BEDKOOM fcKTH,
BOKAH, MJUNQES, WAKDUOBE8,
MIKKOUS. MOULDING8, ETC., ETC.
Special Featire No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Roll of 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent Chairs for Rent I
m 179, TELEPHONES Mntual 76.
JUST ARRIVED ! !
A lnrgo assortment
has just boon re
ceived por "It. P.
Itichot" nnd "0. D.
Bryant," and moro
to airivo por "Trail-sit."
i iu ,i4 lu- wMi flshi - .,
0. E. Williams.
Every variety, slylo
nnd price in tho
Furnituro lino; Tlio
bost nnd most va
ried in Honolulu.
Calluiul inspect our
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