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EVENING LULLETIN, NOVEMBER 1G, 1895.
A travoling man just homo from
a fur Western trip baa brought
with him eomothing now in lin
guistic novoltiea. "I wna outing
dinner in a restaurant way out
west," bo said, "and ns 1 finisbod
tbo buntling waiter girl scorched
up to mo and asked in a fast ex
press sort of tone: 'Do you wont
any dossortr 'Yos, I will tako
some,' 1 nnswored. 'Well, then,
stack!' slio dotnanded in an imper
ative tone. 'Stuck!' I repented,
thinking it was somothiug now
to oat, 'what's that?' 'Why, pilo
your dinnor dishes up,' she im
patiently explained. So 1 staolc
ed nil tbo iittlo dishes on my
pinto and sbo scorched oil" with
thorn and brought mo throp kinds
ofpio, two kinds of pudding mid
some frozon custard." Louisville
Tbo S. D. A. mipsion brigau
tivo Pitoairn has arrived at Apia
Tbo Gorman warship Falke and
tbo British warship l'ylados aro
John Boll, formerly a London
Missionary Socioty teacher and
latoly conducting a private bchool,
died at Apia aged '17 yours.
Tbo Samoa Timos, in criticizing
tbo administration of affairs,
charges that tbo king is kopt out
of moro than a thousand dollars
of b.iek pay.
A. A. Ti-dd, formerly of Koua,
Hawaii, has liis namo ns a general
dealer in a business directory of
Franco contomplates greatly
increasing tbo strongth ami
oflic.ioncy of bor navy. Tlio
Govornmont propose to oxpond
a milliaul ot francs (about !?20l),
000,000) upon tbo construction of
powerliil ironcl ids and cruisers.
Tbo expundittiro is to bo sproad
over a period of 12 years.
In ordor to impress upon vour
mind the fact that the Seattle
lirewiny and Maltimj do's boors
aro Mild, Light and Lively, wo
bolow givo tbo avorago par eont of
nlcohol in various liquors in com
"llainier" Iker. . . 3.-1 per cent
'Olympic" Beer... HA
On draught at tlio Critorbm.
From U, S. Juxu uC.l -J M- itctne)
V rofiV.n.IVcke, ha make a epc ually of npllcpi
Iris without (1 tilt treated ami cm d moro casca than
b ivu heard of caes of SOycarftVtamllngcurifl by him.
ilcpubllshrsavalnnlilcnnrk on thudUeao which Jio
tend f Ith a largo lttle of h w absolute cure, free to
eny sufferer who may aend their RO.andKxpreH ltd
drrra. Wo nd a anyono wishing a euro to addrt,
Vrof. W. U. l'KEKl 1. !., 4 CvtUr &U, New York.
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Thoubtno lllejclc Has made, as good as
H. G-. Wooten,
107 Kliifj strict. Hi-tf
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for salo tbo boat quality of Litno at
tbo ruling market rnto. Tliis Liino in tbe
genuine iitticlo, puro and Bimplo. No for
cigu BubstancoH uuod.
ElUing up 2-17 and Icavo yourordora;
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
Queen : Street : Store
EVAPORATED FltUITS : PEACHES, PEARS, AP
IRICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc.
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
HOTOH POTC1I, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BROTH,
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Buttor, Top o' Cnn Huller, Wbitnoy
Moll liuttiT, Tottod Meats, Boned Turkoy,
Chicken, Dovilod Hum, Luuch Tonguoa.
Boneless Herring, Boston Baked Beans and
n coinploto lines of
: St. ': Store, : No.
Marseilles GUiilts, Toilet Quilts.
-: FLUTTER DUCK :-
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Cropo Grenadines, Ileal Maltcso Laco,
Valouoiennos Laco. Ladio3 nnd Gents
Kimbcrly Gloves, Ladies Cloths Brown,
Drab nnd Grey, Lndies Black Hoso, Sani
tary Dyo, 1). P. Corsets, 11. and G. Corsots,
Equipoise Waists and Corsets
John T. Waterhonse
your homo nnd tako delight in working nbout it
in your spare moments, so as to keep everything
If you do, you ought always to have some of
ITams Cottaoe Paints about the place, as a
brushful in time, hero and there, now and again,
will savo the expense of a general painting for a
Hall's Cottage Paint will outlast Lead and Oil Paint
mixed by hand, and from its combination and method of man,
ufacture, it is especially adapted to stand the salt atmosnhnrn
and for painting in tropical climates. One gallon of Hall's
Cottage Paint will cover GOO feet of ordinary hard surface,
one coat, and 300 square feet two coats.
This Paint is mado of puke wiutk lkad, puui: oxidk op zinc,
pukk coloks, puitK mnskei) on. and DitVKits, all of which aro
ground under the supervision of a practical painter, with the
latest improved mills, mixers, and other labor-saving paint ma
chinery, which thoroughly mix up the raw materials without
waste, thus giving to tho consumer a pkkfkot paint, wnieh enn
not bo surpassed for durability and appearance.
"Wo havo theso paints in 24 shades, and they aro put up in
gallon, half gallon, quart and ono pound tins.
Our Navy Floor and Deck Paint is tho proper thing to
use on your iioors. A lloor to wear well, and look well, must
harden through from foundation to surface. Therefore, insist
on Navy Moor and Deok Paint being used, and you will
never regret it. To bo had in ten different shades.
Call and got, or write for a color card of the Best mixed
house and lloor paints to bo had in tho city.
E. 0. HALL & SOI.
I ft f '4 IrmT
1 111 $ l SiX
HB If ia V
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All Shoes Up to Date
HiCa.rL-u.fact-u.rers' Slxoe Oo.'s
BIG STOKE OX FORT STItEET.
P. O. Box -ISO.
TIIE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy lew & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE.
King & Nuuanu Sts.
-W " ilrM M- m
HO YEN KEE & CO ,
ntiil dealers In
CKOCKEItr, (1I.ASSWA11E, ETC., P.TO.
Water Plpcn, laid nnd rop.ilml,
and iiltimbliiK neatly executed.
H2- No 41, Nuuanu street.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING PAT & CO.,
CONTIIACTOIIS ANM) IlUII.pEUS,
Fnrnlturo of all Kinds mado nnd repaired.
IlullUliii; Ikiuks nnd maMti rleu mllUn upe
eially. P. O. Ilox lyj, eurner Klnjj and lletlie,
a PAanrA' uoTKr,.
Per Day S 2.00
x-er mcok I'iuu
Cpeslal 3-Ioa.tlily Uatoal
Tlio Heat of Altcmlnncc, tlio Best Situa
tion nml tlio Finest Jlcnls in this City
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doulors in Lumber nnd Coal
and Building Matorinls of all
Quoon Stroot, Honolulu.
. . SUNDAYS,
Trains will leavo on Saturdays at OdS
n.ta., nnd !:(." p.m., arriving In Honolulu
atjiill p.m. and G'M p.m.
Train will lcavo on Sunday) at Oil" a.mH
arriving in Honolulu at 5:20 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class, $i 75
2nd Class, 1 25
P. C. Smith,
llKMm Gon'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
IHIONZE I5KASS, and IRON
made nnd ropaircd.
B3?Tnrticiilnr attention paid to
Castle & Cooke
i tiaM Mmmnmm t - y
f ' zzzy
1 12 jeasns Why
my a rescent 1
I. Crescents are lenders
a. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong and durable
4' Crescents are perfect in every detail
5- Crescents are light and easy running
6. Crescent riders are proud of their
7- Crescent buyers get their money's
8. Crescents are built by skilled work-
9. Crescents are made by n responsible
io. Crescents are high-grade and up-to-date
ii. Crescents aro handsome i design
is. Crescent prio nn; rW-ht and sn the
nillEtrillcil f r.rtUiguv fltl-.i: in, .l;,;,li,.,if .,
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
NEW VOPI. Ml