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THE DATLY BULLETIN. MARCH 11, 1895.
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The underfed havl.. been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands I
rod THE CKLKIIRATKD
FROM TUB WOIIKS OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Kstlmnte and
receive Orders for tbeso KtiRlnes,
ot any size and style.
Tbe Baldwin Locomotlfe Works
AUK NOW MANUFACTURING A
8TYI.K OF 1.0UOMOTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and wo will have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of thoRC Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents (or tbe Hawaiian Islands.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
CALL ON, Oil ADDHKSS,
JOHN M. CHASE,
OWio, 100 Fort Street. Telephgue 181.
The Hawaiian Tramway Co,, L'd
IOIIT TRAFFIC IS NOW RESUMED
on the old time ichediilc.
lUbt car leaves I'nlanm fir Waiklki 0:17
Lat car leaves l'alama for Town aud Tu
naliou via King street, 10:47 p. in.
Last car leaves Waiklki for l'alama, 10:10
Last car leaves I'ort street for Waiklki,
10:5 p. m.
Saturdays, 11:5 p. in.
Last car leaves Fort street for l'alama,
11:25 p. m.
Last car leaves Nuunnu Valley for Town
and l'nuahou, 10:30 p. iu.
Last car leaves l'unnhou for Town and
Nuuanu Valley, 0:50 p. in.
Last car leaves Queen street for Nuuanu
Last car leaves Town for Pnnahou via
Iloretanla street, 10:15 p. m. 1277-lw
Ton Best Luncb in Town.
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t Hh FINEST BRANDS OK
a. j rroT-iTjan. Prop,
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Oocktnils 1
Sauor Brunnen I
Frodorickoburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds aud Best Quality.
Southwest Corner Kirg &Hnnauu Sts,
Houses For Rent !
Ci y Homes, Seasldfl Hooses, PeDla-oIar
(Pail Uaibor) Houses
At Bpcclnl Kites. Varnished or Unfur
nished gg J fijj Jg jg
in DciraMe Location m waikiki.
A Hotel on Nuuanu. Avenue
ItifnrniAtlnfi fnrnminil nn,l hnujnfi
ojcned for Inspection nt any time.
H. WATER HOUSE,
1273- tf Queen Btrea
Beach Residence !
KOK IJKNT, I.KABi: or BALK.
SITUATED IN KAI'IOI.ANt PARK,
next to residence of Jns. II. Cnstle, is
for Rent, Iae or Bain; Hlrnltlied or Un
fnrnithod. Abo, for 8a o or I cato
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Sltunted on Wilder Avenue.
flT For further partlcnlnrs, apply to
120Mt Dlmond Mock, King Mrect.
To Let or Lea he !
A Very Convenient New Cotivge
On Wild-r Avcnuo (near I' nsaco'a street),
with all modern improvements Ser
vants' Room, Curr'age House,
S'abies, J He., Etc. Alto
LARGE l'ABTURE FOR HORSE
Also, Family Hone aud Carriage For Sain
W For pirt'culnrs, Itxpilre on th pre
mises, or of P. M. ROONEV.
Beach House To Let!
A FURNISHED HOUSE
Is to let nt Waiklki
beach, a few minutes' walk
from tbe trninrar. It liasl
Cook Uoase, Hath House, and Good Hen
llatblng HoiuehoM Utensils and Dishes
aro all complete. Fish pond on promises.
Rooms iiiBV be let, with nothing privileges,
If the whole houe is not taken.
I Also, a House above llrst bridgo on Nuu
i Also, a Houn on Young street.
AI'o, Houses in other parti of tho town.
Inquired IJAVII) DAYTON,
1277-tf il Mtrelunt street.
tago on Young
street. Aimlv to
J. M McOHKSNEY,
1270-tf Queen strtct.
ROOKS AND BOARD.
TOOMS AND HOARD
IX for a few persons can be i
nau ui iianiwni, on mo ai-sin
kikl beach. miL
I W. 8. DARTLETT,
I TO LET
Cottage, all modern
Improvements, with Stable, i
Barn and Servants' Room '
on premises, on Klnan street, one block
from horfu-cars. or particulars apply to
N B. SACHS,
12.1'j ti oj rort street.
rrHE "ALMA COTTAGE"
JL at the terminus of the.
trameurs, Waiklki. Ixt ImsJ
a frontaire on tho sea unit-'
able for bathing purposes. Tho House is
commodious, tliuatcd on a well Improved
lot containing Frultand Ornamental Trees.
For partlcu'ara Inquire of
ia.0-lm Q. E. BOARDMAN.
X premises situate on tbe
eastsirieof the old Msklki
nlavurnund. formerly orcu-
I tiled by A. Gartenberg, Esq. The build
, lugs are modern and commodious and tho
spacious grounds are Inid out In fruit and
ornamental t cc s. Easy terms to n desira
ble, tenant. For further particulars pleaso
appiy to iinuutt uAMiviuuiii,
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Ordrv tift lit Ut Vln- fltti-dtiJlv
eomvnnin' lev vtlt b
froiuvtlu utttudtrt tu.
Bott Telephones lO.
JOB PRINTING fcnWfi
IIuilkti.n I'uiiLicuiNn Co . Li). First-class
Comiuerrial Work a Specialty. Estimates
given. Ordcis promptly exeoutcJ.
ANE3DOTES OF MOLTKE.
Some of the Quaint Sayings of the
Oioat Gorman Soldier
Manv nro tho nttntut sayings re-
In tod of Moltko. This is related to
Mr. Whitman (his latest biographer)
by a witness: ,
It was during one of tho latter
days of August, 1870. The whole '
Gorman army had swung around I
and was marching toward Sedan, i
tho echoes of its tread soundiug tho I
doath knell of French prepouder
anco in Europe. A Prusiau infantry
regiment paired Moltko aud his
staff on tho high road. A casual in
cident may have led tho general to
oxchango a few friendly words with
somo of tho otllcors of tho regiment,
for ono of thorn was bold enough to
ask his oxrclloncy how matters
stood. "'All goes noil," ho replied,
not unpleasently, iu his Inconiu way,
"tho trap is shut and tho mouse is
inside." ("Dio Klapp ist zu and dio
Maus ist urin.")
Hero is another occasiou, more
over, on which ho was mistaken but
not for a schoolmaster this tune:
His great delight was gardening,
and for hours together ho was to bo
seen iu an old straw hat and a gar
dener's holland suit, handling tho
pruning knifo or tho gardener's scis
sors. Once, when on a visit to his
brother-in-law, Major Von Burt, at
Blasewitz, near Dresden, tho news
had got about that the great strate
gist was staying tboro. A stranger,
sooiug one who soomod to bo au old
gardener iu the ground1, asked him
when would bo the best chance of
seeing Moltke. "Oht" said the gar
dener, "about a o'clock." Whereup
on tho strauger gratefully gavo his
informant a mark, What was his
Hirpriso when, on returning iu tho
afternoon, ho saw tho field marshal
tho old gardouor of tho forenoon
surrounded by his friends. Moltko
held up his hand: "Ah! I have not
Dll HOLMES, MISTAKE.
Ho Took Prince Christian of Den
mark for a Walter.
It is said that whon Dr. Oliver
Wendell Holmeswas iu England iu
188(1 ho fouud himself on tho occa
sion of a "crush" iu London at some
social "function" among a great
mass of people, iucludiug several
royal personages. The doctor eat
?uietly in a corner, but presontly
eeling faint and seeing refreshments
in the distance ho turned to an ,
elderly personage standing near.
wuo appeareu to bo a but lor, aim
asked for somo boverace. Thu sup
posed servant brought it with groat
alacrity, and then said:
"I am very glad to meet you, Dr.
Tho autocrat of tho breakfast
table was a little taken back, and the
"I am Prince Christian."
"Dear mo!" said Dr. Holmes, at
onco alivo to the joke. "I have not
had much acquaintance with princes,
aud do you know I took you for a
At this Prince Christian wont off
into a burst of merriment.
"Where is my wifoj" he oxclaimod.
"I must toll her thit. She admirus
He went off at onco to fetch tho
princess, aud the genial American
philosopher, says Youth's Com
panion, was soon the center of a
circle of royalty greatly delighted
by the incident.
In tho ears, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, are caused by cat
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
aud vory common disease. Loss of
smell or hearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful romedy for this diseaso,
which it euros by purifying the
Hood's Pills aro
dinuor pills, assist
tho bost aftei
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices iu
spoct tho stock of Brown Kubey,
at No. -J. Masonio Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubbor stamps.
M. T. DONNE LL,
PATENTEK AND SOLE MANCFAOTUBER
Ntw Patented Pui Strainer
Ctf All Orders or Commiitilc-ttons
addreised to E O. Hall ,fc Son, L'd.,
(who Imvo them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive promt t attention.
National Cane Shredder -
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWB OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scott, Mutineer of tho Hilo Sugiir Oonipuny, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of thu woikitig of tho NATIONAL (JANE SHRED
DER, which was otect:d by lluir worku ut the commencement of tho crop
"During tho past wuok tho Hilo Siigur Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing thu 125 houis grinding with tin output of 300J
tons. This is fully 10 porciut more than the lioct work of former yours.
"Tho thrco roller mill being 2(5 in. by CI in. unit tho two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. '1 ho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
nnd with great ease, compared with work on whole ctuio, owing to thorough
preparation of the cuno by tho National Cnno Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its use the extraction 1ms born increased from 3 percent to G per
cent on all kinds of ciine, und iu somo ciiK'M 80 percent 1ms boon reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, in cording to quality.
"I continue to find tho mcgtiMt fioin shredded cunu better fuel than from
"Tho shredder linn bun working dny und night for seven months and has
given mo entire satirtfuclion, having shredded during that time about sovonty
thousand tons of cane, uml u lurgo purl of it bung hard rutoons.
"Tho Khredder und engine require ery little euro or attention."
)l'lanM and Hpcoillciiinns of tluwe Shieddtrs may be been at the olflce of
WM. G IBW1N 8r. CO., L'd.
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Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
A largo assortment
has just boon re
ceived per "It. P.
Richet" ami "0. D.
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to airivo por "Transit."
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"Household" Sewing Machine?,
Hand Stwlng Haclilnes, with all lLo latfsl Improvements.
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Parlor Orf,ans, fiultau, and otsrr Instrument.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
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and price in tho
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