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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 0, 1895
OTOIl LITTLE FOLKS.
Atilluitlft biiiI Mstiklml.
Uuolu I'eter whs hiking somo of Ills
r numerous nephows and uieocs to the
mo Inst Sntnnluy nfternoon when llttlo
Dicky Albright mktil liim whether the
arrlninls must not got tired of being Tin
itotl mid stared nt by thousands nnd
thonftinds of peoplo ovcry week, ovory
month nuil every yrnr. The idon was
now to Uncle Peter, but it Fecms likely
anough. And csppomlly mut the nui
wial get tired of the stupid people who
don t Know llu'ir names, mid who try
to feed thoni withchocoliito creams, nnd
who are discontented unlets the animal
la right in fiont of his cngo just when
they happen to bo patting by, and abovo
all thoy mint get tired, not to say
angry, with the people who tenso them.
It might bo n good tiling if onco a year
thtbo stupid peoplo changed places with
tbe aniniaK Tho peoplo would tlien oc
snpy the engev, nnd the boasts would
.101110 in thoir Sunday best, with walk
ing ct'eks and eyegl.is-c, and havo a
ood time Uncle lVtcr happened to
mention this ido.i to bin friend, Mr
Howard Fletcher, and tho uoxt day
.Mr. Fletcher sent him tins funny draw-ins-
Mr. Fletcher h.is not, you tec.
shown the pp.plo in thoir cages,. I ex
pect liO found tho subject too fad.
IVt Die I'nr OlrU.
Girls like pretty dogs, intelligent
dog, and many girls u!o prefer a big
'log, one who can bo a protector should
occasion requiro it. A dog fancier to
whom tho question of holcction was re
ferred says: "Jliistifl's havo uncertain
tempers and should novcr bo taJ;eu us
P"ts whero tlioro aro young children.
Tboy aro often so jealous that thoy will
attack thoir frieuds as savagely as they
would an rncuiy. Collies aro faithful,
but nro hard to keep in cities. Retriev
ers aro not, as a rule, good Matured. St.
Bernards nnd Newfoundlands aro trnst
worthy, but thoy aro too largo for houso
dogs. Perhaps tho lnwt largo dog for
cities is tho Irish hotter. "
As to little dogs, who docs not love
tnrriersof all kinds? Every hair bristles
"with intelligence, but terriers aro mis
chievous rat-cals and will worry cloth
ing, furniture covers, etc., in thoir
nuxicty to show what clever ratters they
All long haired dogs must lo carcfnl
Tly tended, washed, brushed and combod
.regularly if you would koop them in
-t;ood condition and thoir coats glossy.
A veterinary surgeon says, "One bath a
week is sufficient, but brushing and
combing should bo done every day. "
It is very nico to bo ablo to boast of
ownitig a prize dog or ouo which is
thoroughbred, but as a matter of fact
mongrels uro far inoro intelligent and
-nffectionato. Showmen always soloct
inongrols for trick dogs.
A dog lover says: "Give mo a com
mon dog, uu ngly dog for n pet, ono
whom no ono olso will have. Ho will
bo so grateful to mo for taking caro of
.him that ho would dio in my defonso."
This is u gamo which can bo mado a
mourco of coiihiderablo auiusonieiit by a
party of young people who havo somo
-skill, however slight, in drawing. It is
not known under nuy special name, and
is played in tho following way: Thoso
engaged in it sit around a table, nnd
wich is supplied with n pieco of writing
jiupcr, folded into three parts, and a
lead pencil. In tho first placo each
sketches a head nnd neck that of a
man or womnn or of somo inferior ani
mal, taking caro that his uoighbor does
not i-ce what ho has dono, then each re
folds tlio paper so us to hide his or Iter
sketch, but leaves indications ot whoro
tho neck is on tho blank part of tho
paper, which is folded over it Tho
papers then ohango hands all uronnd,
J4ud Ouch proceods to sketch a body for
tho hond ho has not seen. When this
lias Iieen accomplished tlio papers are
ngaln refolded as bnforo ; another change
takes placo and all proceed to supply
tegs to tho bodies thoy have not seen,
Just ns before thoy supplied bodies for
l ho heads they had not seen, VThon
nil this has been done, another cliango
tit papers takes place, and then each
writes tho namo supposed to belong to
tho figure thus curiously compounded,
nnd tho result is usually hursts of laugh
ter at tho address or tho nbsaxdity of
Mlilauinnior Night's lrm.
Tommy Ton Year Children, chll-
lri'ii, I hud an elegant dream last night.
Tommy Ten Your I dreamed I drop-
fieri Into a bucket of ion nrniuu und had
to ml my wy nut.
Cliorni (nucklng) Whow I IVxi
Aim Hiwidnrd. . .
yjLnntter fom)? ants
a.Y& cared W
Hollister -:- Drug
l."fi-tt Agents fur tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Niiunim Mrfft.
r.000 mou daily to drink tho fiOOO
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEES,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
PoatolBco llox -I7.r - Uonolulu.
Hawaiian .'. Lime.
In Bbls. or in Buckets,
Including container CO cents -per bucket.
PACIFIC HARDWAKE CO., Ltd,
(Special terms on 1 irgo lots for shipment.)
No. -JCS, Niuinuti street.
Has just received a now lino of
DllY GOODS, LADIKS AD GENTS'
SHOES AND GENEltAL MEltCHAN-
Agent for tho following rico plantations:
Wuipio, WainuM, Wuiuiiilu, Wuiulua,
EJ& lly rico from Kauooho is marked
I. A and is guarantied Al.
P.O. l)oxll4, .... Telophono 199.
Denier in Chinese Ten, Cignrs,
Fennut Oil, Sugsr, Sonp,
Caudles, oto., at lowest
Cornor Nuunnu and I'aunui streets, H3-
CHIN WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Ilerelanlu aiul Niiuauiiblit., Honolulu.
KICK l'LANTEIt!J-Aln-8 liavc for bale Hie
liunt quality of rico. Our rlic luarlveit V 0 C
l guaroiitceil to be Al.
Agents for the fnlloulng rhc plantatloim:
1'alaina, H.ilaua, Monnulua. YValklkl, 'nlilo,
Kalawao, Kawalliap.i and Waloll, Oahu, und
H.1 Tel. SIS l'OlloxSU.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importcrb nuil Diiilem hi (iuieral
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
1 IS Cornor King and Maunukca Sts.
C T. AKANA,
. AERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine tiultlng mailc to older at lowvut prlcea.
UA Clotlns eleatad und repaired.
In The Circuit Court of the First
In Tim Mattkii ok Tun IUnkiuttoy
or Kamamaisu, Doimi Dusinp.ss as
TIIK I'ACmoTllAIUMl (.'OMI'ANV.
Ciedilors of tlio said lliiukruptiiro hereby
notilled to come in nuil piovu their dcbti
befnlu the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit
at Chambers, nt Honolulu on Friday tho
Hlh day of Not ember, lhU.1, Imtwccn tho
hours of ton o'clock in tho forenoon und
noon of tlio mild d.iy, and ilect an As
slgiiLe, or Asslgucun, of ihvsiitd ll.inltriipt's
lUtale. lly thu Co int.
I IDBt Clerk,
THE COMPfOMETER PERFORMS
DIVISION, ETC, ETC.
All The Worry.
At the World's Co
the Comptometer re
ceived tho highest
nwnrd on adding nnd
'Cnll mound and
see this time-saving
machine; computes in
terest, discount, ex
A. V. GEAR.
N. F. BURGESS
Repairs Gardea Hose, Spnnklers. Water Taps.
Hnw FiliiiR nnd nil kinds of TooIh Shnrp
eued, including Curving KniveH nnd Scis.
Horn. Luwn JIowerBropnired und for rent.
Also, SottiuK OhisH in fact nil kiudH of
Jobbing. Work called for nnd returned.
Shop and resldeneo uu Miller street.
HhiK up Tolephono 852. 1-tf
Uan Doom & Co., Fort Street
Storu open 4TenhiK8.
Noit Lncns' Pluniiif? Mill, will lmvo
f i phh overy dny
AEACJ11NE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bu hold to fiunllieH in Inrgo or
HIllllll rpillllllUeH, ;) tll.NTAI.S.
W. Ii. WILCOX,
l.'lltf- I'ro1irlutor Kulihl l'ol IVtnry.
LIN SING KEE,
I'MJMHEIl AND TIN SMITH,
10U llotul Hlrout, Honolulu.
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
A Naturally Boiled
Wtitor, iironottnced by
peoplo who know to bo
tho best on the Market.
This Wator received
tho vory highest award
at tho it.
As a Tablo Boverngo,
is a favorito and'oasily
loads all otlior Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholosala and retail agents for tho Ha
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
ilMl Niiiiiiiiii ttrcct.
CHEONQ KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinwnru, crockery,
tto, ut lowest priies
Ill- Niiimnu nuil Hotel stivcli
Wells, ItlciiAitnsos .V Co., JIo.ntiiosl, Pa., Sept ".", 1S()4
ffVii mi ii. I i very much inn down, hud no appetite nt nil, wim very nervous, hud no sleep night or dny; to siini'li nil
lip, I WASl'l III lTlIiYWltl.'lCHl 1. lint tlmnks to l'mne1, f eloiy Ciiiihiiiiii1 I can now ent nnd leop nnil w. rk just hj
well us I could bi'foro I wns token sick. When I c iiinieiicod tnkinj; the Coiii)imd I weighed l.'lli pounds; untr veiah JSS
uimmt ami ilo all tht wuikfur iinifiiinilji fur. I have recommended the Compound to three fmnilioi nlrendv nnd tlii.v nrn
vcrv nuieh plen-ed with it. lam now tukiiu: my fifth bottle, nnd would KI-XUMMKXI) IT 10 AM. WHO Alflf.lHl' hr
WITH STOMACH TKOUIlLi: Oil NUIVOUS TlluU 111.11. Yours respectfully, "-UMi
PAIKE'S CELERY COMPOUND
RESTORED MRS. DPRROW
TO HEALTH UND HAPPINESS.
This is itlie Medicine That
Makes People Well!
IS FOR SALE BYTHE
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian
iMoRTcns andLIquor Merchants.
No. fi, Drunini street, - - - Su Francisco.
ron cAi.r. tn iiur.K.
AmnirAN Ilni'iiiinN Wiiukh.s in fiuml per
barrel containing about -10 ;iillons each
nt various prices according to ago and
Cai.ikohnu Grai'k IIkwiiv in Iliniil per
bun el of nljoitt 40 to "0 galloim.
Aha lite celebrated Case U7iiJti.'
"Kxtra Pony" Bourbon WliUky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per ease.
"Hearfjrass" llourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per easo.
"Old Pioneer" llourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per cr.ho.
"Tennessee White ltyo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-C gallons pur emu.
CALIKOItXIA 1'OUT WINT.H, SIIKltUIES,
Seudoideis by mail. Satisfaction gua
ranteed, Bratinschweiger & Co.,
141-lui No. .1, Driimnibtrtot.
E B. THOLIAB,
CONTltACTOIt AND IIUIl.Dlill.
MVlistimntcs givtm on nil
kinds of Stona, I3nck nnd "Wocil
work. King si tool. 47- If
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... . Nuuanu Btrect.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
llnots and Shoes to order. I use the bent
material. (iooiU nurrunted towear w ell. U'2-
Corner King ami lintel streets,
Denier in Cigars and Tobaccos
At lowest prices.
110 YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
(jitocitr.itr, oi.AShWAitK, inc., i:to
Water IMpes, lulil unci repulreil,
und plumbing IR.illj executed,
H- No II, Niiiiauu utrtet.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT k CO.,
fONTUACTOllS AND III'II,):S,
Fiiiiiltiireof all Mini innile and renulreil
lliilldlni; liini.c. mill iniiKiui; rlro inllUn mix
el.ill) I', O. Ilox 111.', loiuer King mill llillii I
cine- fjfji i. 1 "IXI i?V
L' nil'V ' "ill nti i
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO.
MltS. AOG. DAHKOW.
As n first-class bathing
resort with now bathing
suits and everything
complete pertaining to
a first-class bathing
t This resort will
be run under the direc
tion of the Hawaiian
Hotel and will be run
under the innnngeinent
of Mrs. P. M. Lucas.
will bo enlarged
throughout and will
be tho finest bathing
resort on tho coast,
And want tho proper
thing both in cut and
stylo nnd desire to
havo the latest Pat
tern you must call on
JVIedeiros $ Co.
S. DsckBr, Mgr.
Ami Dou'l You Forget It?
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
.Steam Knwni'n, Huoaii JIii.lh, Uoii.biw,
cooluiih, i hon, jlhakm and lliau
Machinery of livery UeHcriiition Miulo
L'! .Or.,lo,r,', "rt l'",l"r "tleiition pnld to
Hhlirn' lllmikHiiilthliiK. Job Work ox
uoutod ut Hhort Nolluo.