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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 11, 1895
l.AUVIUIlHS AMI SCAM:.
Mnlo KiilnmoldslKt Craw I'lum Tlirlr
Mark In tlio Noutli.
State Entomologist .Craw doos
not ncroo with tho roport of tho
Horticultural Commissioners of
San Bornardino, Riversido and
Ornngo oountiPS, which appoarod
in tho Chroniclo on Saturday, ro
tating to a Bpeoiea of ladybird
Bent to clear out tho black scale
from the orchards of those coun
tios. The results as obtained by
tho commissioners aro so much at
variance with results in othor
places that Mr. Craw doos not bo
lievo thoy hnvo fully considnrcd
tho matter or havo soen the work
accomplished by tho Indybirds.
Somo tinio ago a colony of
ladybirds was sont to one of tho
commissioners, whose namo is
attached to the report. Threo
wooks aftor rocoivmg tho colony
tho man wroto back that his or
chard was us badly ailtcled as
boforo and tliat tho ladybirds had
failed to do the work. From tho
iinmcdiato neighborhood, notably
from tho orchard of Alfred
Wright in San Bernardino county,
Mr. Craw has rocoived the most
satisfactory letters, showing the
hulj birds havo done thoir work
well. In fnct, from all over tho
States comos n similar report, ns
shown by letters on filo in the
oflico of tho State Board of Horti
culture. Mr. Craw sontentiously
sizes up tho situution us follows:
' Tho scalo and tho ladybird aro
so much alike in appearanco that
it requires somo knowlcdgo of
both to toll which is which."
. F. Chronicle.
A Cheerful Mar.
Literary audacity runs rampant
in cortaiu p'aces in Shanghai, and
the following story from our
Tientsin coutomporary reminds
ns very much of a cortain indi
vidual wo once, unfortunately,
had on tho stall of our papor; ho
always wroto everything that
found favor. Tho story of our
northern contemporary runs as
"1 underwent a curious experi
ence tho othor day," writes a cor
respondent, "which it m.iy inter
est your renders to hear about.
You may romomber tin t 1 onco
contributed to your columns a
little sketch which was fortunato
enough to moot with public is
well as editorial favor. There
was nothing muoh in it, 1 must
confess, looking buck at it from
this distauco ot time, but it wae
my first essay into the domain of
tho Musos.tho bantling of my own
assiduous incubation, uud in the
words of Touchstone, "a poor
thing, Sir, but mine own." I was
not ushamod to aoknowlodgo its
paternity, and to roceivo tho con
gratulation of ray fiionds. Well,
1 was dining out tho other night,
when my neighbor introduced the
subject of your paper, and, in tho
courso of conversation, roforrod to
my little composition, and askod
me what I thought of it. Proud
to think that it should havo stood
tho test of timo, but at tho sumo
time fooling that I should bo tho
last to bestow unqualified praibo
upon it, I expressed what 1 con
sidered to bo an impartial but ab
solutely just opinion of its morits.
Imagine my astonishment whon
ho remarked, in a coufidontial
t'ne, "I wroto that!" Now, Sir,
I loave it to you to judge between
us which is tho more audacious
porvertcr of truth, ho or I, for the
whole of this story is pure "inven
tion from Ijeginning to ond"'
IVrom. U. S. Joun.al uf Sialic int.)
f rof.W.U.l'ecko.wlio makM i rpcciiltjrof Epilepsy,
uu without doubt treated and cured more caeca Uiau
ny living 1'hjilclau i Ma micccm l utonlnhlng. e
cnd with n largo bottle of In alwouue cure, tree to
We ailvina anyone . UUIdr acure to adilrtw,
Prof. W. II. I'EKUH 1' D., 4 Cedar St.. New Yurie
Dr. W. L. Moore
Hicclnl attention lcn to (Uncasis of the
om tour. )2 ;,;;
"Walamicnue Ave. near Court Houbo, 103-ttt
WALL, - NICHOLS
Toys of every descrip
tion, fancy baskets and
boxes, beautiful de
signs in ink stands.
booklets and calendars
for 180G, first assort
ment in Honolulu.
Now stories by stand
ard authors in sets or
single volumes, juv
enile works for boys
Exclusive agents for
self- playing Hegina
music box, pluj's over
1000 tunes, Symphony
organs, an improve
ment on the .Italian,
and musical instru
ments of every des
cription. J3f Noticr:
TIiN immune stock was
personally hi'leeled liy .Mr. Nichols 111 tlie
ul In t lu
ll l- 1 f worn
him, mid li entirely new, no tl
(joous, nnu price arc renonaoic.
yJlTwrner (owji laiwts
a.Yfc cured W
Hollister -:- Drug
136-tf Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands.
Kino ami Nuuanu Btiif.kt.s.
W Comment In uuuccthy.
When it Gomes
To Disinfectants we still have
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and new
arrivals aro on hnnd.
Geo. H. Huddy
Tout Strut, cut. C'tiioi.ic Mission-.
Hour from 9 a.m. to -1 v i.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
Oflico, Masonic Uiiilding.
Hours: :- 'J-ll nm, M pin. -: Telephone 4S4.
Hcsidencc llaunllau Hotel.
Hi. -1 m
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKEU.
Awnings a apeeinlty. Owr Cnli-
fornuiFoed Company's ntore.
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO MARINE ItAILWAY. PAT
roUB luonght freo from the tng-liO.it
wlinif cu telephoning No. GS5. Furnished
looms to let on tho lircmiiies.
130-tI MltS. J. II. HEIST.
W. H. AV1NCHESTER,
HAItNESS MAKEU AND SADDLEH.
Sells Hawniian trees and re-covers
Our Motto Is :
"Take Pains and Keep Customers."
US Ilethcl St., between King uud Hold.
Don't Forget That
JVledeiros $ Co.
Ilavo n splendid lino of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Block, : : : Hotel street.
S, Decker, Mgr,
Clocks, Watches and
Ow ing to failing health, 1 wIhIi to clone
out my huhiuehH early next your. To this
end I will boll uiy entire stock of
Clocks, Watches and
VOVJtST VWC1S TOR CtkStt.
QltEAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Mercliunt St
MANUFAOTU11E11, : UPHOL
STEHBIl : AND : DEAL
ER : IN . . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contructur unci litilldur.
No. 89, Nuimnu btrcct.
Has on hand Coflhm, Camphor Trunks,
Malting, WnrdrohcH, Desks, Miitrcinen,etc,
! 10 'U in and Inspect goods.
UanlDoorn &. Co., Fort Street
Noxt LucnV rinning Mill, will have
fresh every dny
MACHINE MADE POl
KALIHI POl FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to fmnilics in largo or
Biuiul qmiulities. o lontain
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Knlihi 1'oi Tuctory.
Store open .nettings.
N. F. BUHGESS
Repairs Garden nos t Spnnilers Water Taps.
Saw Filing nml nil kinds ot Tools Sharp
ened, including Curving Kuivctt nud Scis
sors. Lawn Jlowors repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Setting Glass in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Woi k called for nnd returned.
Shop nnd ri-sidenco en Miller street.
King up Telephone) 852. 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquor anil Vrolloii, Sakl n specialty,
Allen Stueet. Telei-hone 703.
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotol stroot, Honolulu.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers nnd Dealers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
'" Corner King and Mnnnakca Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
'.-MERCHANT TAILOR, V
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
HI Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No- ? Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots and Shoes to order. I use the best
material. Goods warranted tow car well. 142-
No. 408, Nuuanu street,
lias just received a new line of
DltY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS
SHOES AND GENERAL MEKOUAN-
Agent for the following rico plantations:
Waiplo, Waiawa, Wuiuialu, Waialua,
Kuneohu and Kapalauia,
t0" My rico from Knneoho is marked
L A nnd is guaranteed Al,
P.O. Box 114, .... Telephone 199.
Tho Bus man will send
busses to privato residen
ces for passengers to Wai
kiki without extra charge;
privato parties can bo ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember this,
that a bus or wagonette
will call at your privato
residonco and tako you to
"Waikiki and bring you
back at tho regular strcot
i lTi2 i
C. W. Macfarlane,
v -J JH. Ji
4 QBWAWS '
TISlA. CSSH 'SXO.R6 Mf
Jl iw vW4II U .-E
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK,
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
.Tost oponctl a full nnd complete iirisortmont of tho
luxurios and dolicacies from ovory civilized nation,
which will be sold lower thnn tho lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
I' ?II I, Y TKAUK A hl'i:!IAI,TV.
All Goods delivered promptly. Civility and every attention given to customers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
A. Naturnlly Boiled
Wntor, pronounced by
people who know to bo
tho best on the Market.
This "Witter received
tho very highest award
at tho . . .
As a Tublo Bovorago,
is a favorito nndloasily
leads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholesale and retail agents (or the Ha
FOrt . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WINQ TAI LUNG.
!i31 Nuimnu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds of tluworo, crock ory,
eto, at lowost prices, , , , ,
HI- Nuuanu and Hotel stweti
With or with
Will tako or
ders for all
kinds of Vehi
cles. . . .
Harness of every Description
V.'JO. Box 292, .. . Tol, 20.
eJJi IiW-BaV '
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor Merchants.
No. 5, Drumm Strcot, - - - San Francisco.
FOIt SALE IN HULK.
American liocnnos Whiskies in Iiond per
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to age and
California Grape Brandy in Iiond por
barrel of about -10 to CO gallons.
Aho the celebrated Cate Wliiiiiet:
"Extra Pony" Bourbon Wnisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons por caso.
"Bearnrnss" llonrbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons por case.
"Old lioneer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-G gallons per caso.
"Tennessee White Kyo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-C gallons per case.
CALIFORNIA roIlT WINES, BIIEHKIES,
Send orders by .muil. Satisfaction gua
ranteed, Braunschweiger & Co.,
141-lin No. 5, Drnmm street.
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