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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 13, 1805.
ld f S'.VTLAnuu 3 JJI W AND TUT Mmc rtna
Pioneer Furniture House
Just Received per Bnrk "C. D. Bryant''
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
ffROM SSBOO TJF.
Also n Fln l,ot of CHIFFONIEltS of the Latest l)elgns and I'altcms.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er Roll of 40 Yards, 112.00.
A.nd a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Babj Carriages!
TJELEFHO 1ST Ei 179 taa
8ticcesore to 0. E. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET
Stop That Cough !
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5S3 Fort. Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
It is the
FOR SALE IIV THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Acnts lor Ibo Hawaiian Islands.
If your Hibacription hat expired now
it a gond time to rnv it
P. 0. JONES.
G. A. JONES.
a fti Ml
NO. -108 FORT STREET.
BAKES of Vnrlous Sires lor Ilent
by the Month or Year.
m VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 4 r. si. eicept on Saturdays, when
they will be closed ut 2:30 r. m.
WUWE Iluy nnd Sell P rst-class
STOCKS and BONDS mid mako ad
vatiies on same.
InEQ TO NOTIFY MY OLD 0U8
tmiers and the publia generally that I
am now connected with Messrs. W. O.
Peacock .t Co , and shall be pleased to re
celve order- on i heir accounts To ophone
40 P. O. Box fOJ W. 8. LUCE.
Hotinluttt, Feb, 21, 185. 12C0-W
FORTNIGHTLY MAIL SKRVIO.S.
Anothtr O.-A, line Steamer to Bo
Put on tho Boute
Mr. Ltrkn, the Canadian Tr.i'ln
Coiniii'intu't lt just returned to
Sydney ttT i t'U'nsnnt and profit
able trip to Me' bourne aud llobart.
whore ho went at tho invitation of
the Premier, Mr. G. II. II- id, Bays
tho Sjduej Telegraph. When In
Melbourne Mr. Larko attend-d th
federation gathering li'M in that
city. In bis opinion, I Ih. alTair wan
au unqualified success. Mr. Hold's
spoech, ho 'ay, created a most favor
atIo impression in tho southern capi
tal, whilst tho tfHit'ral feeling to
wards Now Soutli Wales wis much
tnoro generous than lie had been led
to expect. At tho conclusion of the
meeting three hearty cheers wo o
given for Canada. In llobart, of
course, tho Premier sat in secret:
ttill, from what. Mr. Larko could
gather, New South Wales, Vic
toria, and South Australia wero
most earnest in their desire to
bring about a practical scheme
of federation, whilst Queensland
aud West Australia wore supposed
to bo not quite, so watmly intot
osted. Mr. Larko h oks upon
tho parcels post botween Canada
aud Australia as practically settled.
New South Wales has already agreed
to tho scheme, and now all that re
mains is tho arrangement of more
details between Now South Wales
and tho other colonies interested
Ho thinks, too, that it will not bo
loug before another steamship ia
put on tho Vancouver route, to pro
vide for Australia au alternate mail
service with Cauada aud tho Uuited
States. That will, of course, mean
a fortnightly servico across tho
Pacific. As far as tho Paci Go cable
is concerned, the stand taken by
Now South Wales, Victoria, South
Australia, aud West Australia is
what ho expected. "But 1 have in
formation," added Mr. Larke, "that
loads mo to feel satisfied that if
England agrees to do her share tho
cable is a certainty and at an early
CONDUCTOR WAS HORUID.
Sho Was Tnlkinir of Hor Birthday
and Ho Run Hor Age Up
I Loud talking in public places,
i such as restaurants aud public eon-
voyanees, is moro of a European
' than an American custom, but occa
sionatly y6u meet Americans, or per
sons born iu this country of foreign
parents, who have that Europoau
t habit strongly developed. Sorao-
times this habit occasions embarrass
ment to those who indulge in it.
, A woman, dressed gaudily nnd iu
a way that did not comport with hor
years for sho was in tho neighbor
i hood of two score, while her attiro
would havo been moro appropriate
I for a girl of 17 entered a Cottago
I Grovo car a few days ago.
I It was evident from her attire that
1 sho had au object iu concealing her
ago. Hor escort was about 85 years
old. Their actions douoted that sho
i win either his sweetheart or tryiug
I Tho woman talked very loudly;
1 hor escort answered quietly. Every-
, body iu tho car could hoar every
word sho said. Wheu tho car roach-
ed Forty-first street she auiiouuce.il:
"My birthday will bo to-morrow."
t "Indeed," repliod the escort, "I
i am glad you havo imparted tho iu-
formation. It will give mo tho
I op "
j "Now, seo if you are a good guess
or. Guess how many," sho inter
I "Oh, I wouldn't like to try.''
I "Go on. Guess how many."
"Forty-second I" cried tho conduc
Tho passengers struggled to sup
press laughter. The woman's escort
smiled, but tho woman looked angry.
"Let's got outl" sho said softly
tho only thing sho had
loudly. American paper.
Trado Follows tho Flag.
Tho opening up of direct steam
communication with Cauada has re
sulted in a eousidorablo increase in
tho commerce botween Now South
Wales aud tho Dominion. From
i official sources wo learu that in 181)1
our imports from Canada amounted
iu value to 52,7-10, and tho exports
to that country to 11,520. Iu 1893
tho imports reached U3,!HG, and tho
exports came to only 8371, whilo in
1892 tho imports totalled 32,8Gi,
and tho exports woro represented by
tho extremely modest sum of 37.
Tho export trado with tho Dominion
has thus increased from practically
nothing in 1892 to nearly 15,000 in
1891, and thero has been an increase
in tho two j-oars of about 20,000 iu
imports. Sydney Tt Uyraph .
A villa has been unearthed at
Boseorealo, on tho slopes of Vesu
,vius, whoro tho decorated bathrooms
are in such good state of preserv
ation that even tho pipes and tain
aro iu their oriuiual places, and the
tepidarium could almost be used to
day without any assistauco from tho
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Sole Ageuts (or tbc Hawaiian Islands
rilH T1IK CKLkHRATKb
FItOM THE WOKKS OK
Burham. Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
Toe Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUFAOTU1UNG A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and no win have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Sunerlorltv of theso Locomotives
over all other makei Is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agent (or the Hawaiian Islands.
Our Stock of Spring '
(-roods is ucknowludgod by
everybody to bo the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything .
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate,
Jewelry in special designs i
manufactured to order on
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. O. llox 287.
IV rt Street.
THe Hawaliiu Trarnvny Co., LM
IUHTTIUFFIO IS NOW KK8U.MED
oil the old time schedule.
List car lraves Pallium f. r Wutklkl 0:17
Latcar leaves P.iluirn for Town ami Pu
iiuhou via King street, 10:17 p. in.
Last car leaves Wnlklkt for Palatini, 10:10
Lait car leaves Fort street for Walklkl.
10:5 p m.
Saturdays, 11:5 p. in.
Last car leaves Fort street for I'aliiiiia,
Last car leaves Nuiianii Valley for Town
and I'uuahoii, lOiuO p. m.
Last car leaves Puliation for Town and
Nuiianu Valley, U:50 p. in.
l.ast car leaves Queen street for Xiiunnu
Valley, 10:U p. m.
Last car leaves Town for Piinahou via
Iturutnula street, 10:15 p. in. K'77-lw
The Best Lanch in Town.
t3h and CotT
T ALL HOCRJ.
rHtt KIN EST BRAND; Or
iLWAYb OM n A Sill
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Oocktaila 1
8auor Brunnon 1
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
Southwest rtnrner King & Nmunn 8ts,
G. E. SMITHIES,
Arcoonlant, Collector nod Copyist.
Oniee with O. I). Vhnte, Safo Deposit P.ulld
lug, 100 Port Street. Telephone lftl.
The Collection of Government 1111 Iu
u specialty. 1276-tf
Arc Itccelvlng New Invoice of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMKK
where they uru fully prepared to do nil
kinds of work In tho latest styles, at
the shortest notice nml nt the
most Kcnsouiiulu Hates.
pine Job York In Colors a Specialty !
Kxucuted In thu Most Attractive
Kcnd the followliiL' partial list of spec
ialties anil K!t tho Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so dolnj;
you will save both time and money.
Dills of Lading,
BusiiiCHa (3 arils,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labols of ovcry variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes A Loiter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Keconls,
Porpotunl Washing Lists,
Conoral Book Work,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed mid Blocked when desired.
H&F No Job Is allowed to leave ths of
fice until It gives satisfaction.