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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 10,. 1896.
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1WIS. NETTIE COKE, NOTARY OF
lax nnHlomHt Woman In Loadoa.
;igUUrt,of the. Confederacy-lady
Dudley's Humble Start A Hello of lUr
terlim The Pay of Women Magicians,
Of nil tbo cousorvutiro towns hvcou
atrvatiro California Fresno takes tho
3id, if thoro is a lending pinco in con
.jrvntiBin. Tho wnrm llttlo city is do
uadedly opposed to innovation, except
radlroad innovation, which is recelvod
-inth open arms. Consequently Fresno
asmed hot and then cold, although not
wry cold, whon Governor Budd recent
:jr appointed n woman tafbo notary pub
lit in tho place When she set tip her
AbIc, tho wholo town snddeuly discov
ered that it nocded an affidavit of somo
mxi, and all tho city camo round to sec
'Sho now notary reaped a sheaf of shin
3iv; silver, gravoly nilKcd reals and ad
zdnistcrctl oathi and profited by tho
Tho new notary is Mrs. Nettio Coke,
w&ohns tho distinction of being tho only
ifeuinino holder of such an ofllco in tho
mtbern portion of tho state. Sho lirti
'Jbwi a thorn in tho sido of tho Fresno-
tfcs, who prated of paddings and pio
-aites as tho prerogative of womankind,
jfasomo timo. She lias nlwuys been
npovwwed of what Mary Wilkins calls
"Acuity, " nud lnu helped all her life
itJofferiii? indnconicnts to tho wolf to
".tat Oino oiio olso's doorstop.
31io was born in wcntcrn Illinois,
wricro thoy grgw pooplo of iudomitablo
tpSrok, and hor fathor was a frugal
'Aemcr with ft largo family, which was,
Bill Nyo would say, "composed prin
aply of boys and gi.rh. " Tho children
wo all ho.illhy, with tho normal appo
a of childhood, and tliosu who ob
Jatved found out what it meant to
jfero your liabilities and your assets a
This ono particular daughter was an
fseediugly studious child to whom
Aaks wero u delight aud tho chimnoy
amor, with a magazine, a haven of
.wigo. Sho ranked high in tho district
jaiool and had collcgo aspirations after
3h fashion of girls in tho middlo wosr."
at tho nincli coveted prizo of a classio
ui education always dangled jnst bo
rpad her reach. Thero was not odnca
2ta enough to go round, and in tho
'apal division between many applicants
'jib shares woro not large. To rovengo
JjBsolf upon fato tle girl, who pro
JUrod oven a fresh wator collego to nono
.iKall, has boon n student all her life;
aSting apart n certain hour, no matter
'Aw busy tho days, for hard study,
stliout dilettanteism. )6i oX
At tor nwhilo thero wan a wpddiug on J
em Illinois l.irm, mid IS yo.us ago Mr.
uri Mrs. Coke, with their child, canto
California. They went to Woodland,
ioro they lived on a little ranch fpj1,
""t jtuin. in uiuur luussmt iiur iiunjr
.And Mrs. Coko bocamo a bookkeeper in
wiry goods store. Prosently sho wont
:a Fresno to accopt n bettor positional!
M samo lino which had been offered.
'to, and whilo thero was loft n wfdow.
TUh her own support and tho support
Mad-education of hor dauRhtor to pro-'
redo for Mrs. Coko looked rather so'ri-.-y
into tho future Tho problem was
v longer how to eko out tho living the
.Taall ranch supplied, but how lo feed
S4to mouths and fill ono small "head
-.nth learning with two bauds that wero
very quick mid capablo, but not over
iilled. Whilo clorkiug in n Btoro Mrp.
iSiko began to study shorthand and
3-fcpowrltiiig without n teacher. It was
'jot unuh an easy task. Af tor waiting on
i3 peoplo all day slio brought a ratiier
&od head to hor solf appointed task
zseh night, and without a teacher to
Eiilo and inspiro it neodod all tho I Hi
ram cour.igo and tho schooling of life
iMst small farm to koop hor from bo
wning diEcouragod in her attempt to
jcnter tho mystorios of hooks, crooks,
(GMs and angles. But somo peoplo thrivo
'tm obstaolos, and Mrs. Coko is of that
'jecies, rapidly bocoming extinct.
After acquiring a degroo of profioiohcy
ro entered tho law office of Frank H.
(Start, whoro sho now is, and daintily
ySeked hor way through the legal Jar
fjea, at first stumbling over "inoor
rreal horoditamonts," "certiorari"
nad other sweethearts of the common
tfrir, But sho stuck to it, and is now
cwked among the most proficient law
aanographers in California. San Fran-
To G pounds of grapes, undorripo, ul
iat 8 pounds of sugar, 2 toaspoonfnls
uca ground cinnamon and nllspico, half
Stespconful cloves and quarter cupful
'anegar. palp the grapes and boil tho
iSfina until tondor. Cook tho pulps and
lafcthrough a collander; add skins, sug
casrinegar and spicos.and boil until thick
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THE MIISIO STORE.
If you don't believe it
just cull on us, and we
will convince quickly
you thnt wo nro in it.
American make, from
S275, warranted for
Solid oak. American
make. 7 stops, a
world beater, $49.
From $4 up.
For Tkao'Iku's Usk,
finesit selection ever
ottered for sale in Ho
nolulu. TUB 13EKT STRINGS
for violins, guitars
and Imnji'S, that mon
ey can buy. We keep
no cheap trash.
PIANOS AND ORGANS SOLD ON EASY
WALL, - NICHOLS
a bottle- of
" an be.
fgQAy to aitadf
ant CilRZ any
Hollister -:- Drug
136-tf Agents or the Hnwnlinn Islands.
Building -:- Lots
Pcliuuilu situation. He&utlfnlvlevof the
oceuii. Kxctllciit neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
When It Conies
To Disinfectants wo still have
,.-. ...plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and new
arrivals are on hand.
Geo. H. Huddy
TouTSTitHT, off. Catholic Mwion.
Horns fiDin 0 m. to 4 p.m.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
Oflico, jMabonic Building.
Hours: :- 0-11 am, S-o itn : Telephone 4S4.
lU'fldcnci', T leiilioue 0 Til.
S5A1L AND TENT MAKER.
vnings a dpooi.il iy. Over Ciili
furiuuFubd Company's store.
Aloha Bath House.
I 11T TO MARINE RAILWAY. I T-
II rous luought tuo from tho tug-lioai
wi nrf on telephoning No. CS5. FurnisLeJ
rooaig to let ou tuu pRiiiiHCii.
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HARNESS MAKER AND SADDLER.
Soils Ila-vvaiian trees and re-covers
Our .Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customers."
115 Bethel St., between King nud Hotel,
Telepliono 030. IC2-tf
i I il
( VrJiff ft
Won't Forget That
MEDKIllON V UECliGK,
Hino asplentlid line of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington mock, : : : : Hotel street.
S, DBckBr, Mgr,
Clocks, Watches and
Owing to fniliug Jiciilth, 1 wish to close
out my business early next yenr. To this
end I will bell my euMro stock of
Clocks, Watches and
T ""t' i hi i
GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Merchant St
A FAMILY HOTEL.
T. 2Crona.oo, - IFro?.
Per Day 8 2.00
Per "Weok 12.00
Qpoclol 2oxvUil3r Eatoo !
Tho Heat of Attcudance, tho Lest Situa
tion nud tho Finest Menls in this City
JKa StIM jRjgvTr
IrT' OIL W
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lncnt' Hailing Mill, will hnvo
fresh ecry lny
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will be sold to fiunillci iu largo or
sinnll qiirm titles. No Contai.n
W. L. WILCOX,
1'ioprietor Kiilihl I'oi I'nctory.
Store ojicn minings.
ST. IT. BUKGESS
Repairs Garden nos , Sunnklers. Water Taps.
Snw FilinR nml nil kinds of Tools Shnrp-
enod, iuoludiiifr Cnrving Knives nnd Scis-
sore.Lnwn JIoworsrop."irod and for rent.
Also, Setting Glass in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work called for nud returned,
Shop nnd residenco en Miller street,
Rinc up Tolephouo 852. 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors and Protlslons, Snkl a sjieclatty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
LIN SING ZEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotol stroot, Honolulu.
QTJONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers nml Dealers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
145 C'ornor King and Maunnkea Sts.
C T. AKANA;
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned aud repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots and Shoes to order. I use tlie host
mateilal. Goods warranted towear well. 143-
No. 4GS, Nnuauu street.
Has just rccoivedn new lino of
DRY GOODS, LADIEH AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENEHAL AiEROIIAN-
Agont for tho following rice plantations:
Waipio, Waiawa, Wuimalu, Wnlalua,
Kancoho and Kapalama,
&BT My rice from Kauoohe is marked
L A and is guaranteed Al.
P.O. Box HI, .... Telephone 199.
Kino and Nuuanu Sweets.
tfif Comment is minecesgny.
E1TERY i MAN i HIS i OWN i HDRSE i DODIbF
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIE!
roit tub cuiik or UISRASES OF
HOESES, OACTtB, 8HEEP, DOGS, SWINE AND POULTRY
XjXXjisr KCjLinEt - oil
The marvelous remedy which prevents
7 Neat pamphlet free on application.
TEL. 604 m
h. "' !SB v a. .. -"a. i-A
w yywA'2j Ai
A 5M Sj-QRE g$W
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Jtipt opoiietl a full nud comploto iwortinGnt of tho
Itixmioy and dolic:icif'H from every civilized tuition,
winch will bn sold lower than tho lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
IMJIULY TIIAI1U A NIMtflALTY.
All Onos ('ilivtn-il promptly. Civility niul oery attention nheii to cnstonicrs'at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
J b J girjI'llOllSBi
C,lTlcm Street Store.
in Tins and Jars. Assorted Chut
noys, Hnms nnd Bacion, Potted
Meats, Boston Bnked Beans and
I X L LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
331 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinware, crookery,
nu, unuwutH prices. ,
Nnuann and Hotel streots
Sole Agent, Honolulu.
P. O. llox !293, Telephone 20,
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CQ
IMOORTERS ANOLlQUOR MERCHANTS.
No. 5, Drninm Street, - San Franejscd
FOR SALE IN r.ULK.
Amuucax Boumiox Whiskies in Bond pi
barrel containing about 40 gallons eacj
at various prices according to ago an
California Grave Brandy in Bond H
uurroi 01 auout w to ou gallons.
Alto the celebrated Cate Wlu'tkift.'
"Extra Tony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottle!
o gallons per caso. ,
"Bearprass" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2-5 callous nor caso.
"Old Honeer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottle
. a-o gniions per case.
"Tennessee White Bye" Whisky, 12 bottle
2 2 C gallons per cai,o.
CALIFORNIA TORT WINES, SHKRWES
Send orders by juail. Satisfaction gu J
Bratinschweiger & Co
141-lm No. 5, Drumm street.
3fe Bitfij 111 I
iPisf WM alllllllfl
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