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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1890.
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CntcIiliiB Clio Cnptnln.
' Tlio cnptniu of a certain lnrgo
Bailing vessel is probably the
most polito oflicor in the whole
morcantilo sorvico. Ho has, how
ovor, a grotit idea of his impor
tance, and loses no opportunity of
impressing it upon his crow. In
particular, ho insists tipon boing
addressed, as "sir" by ovory ono
on board. Ono day a now hand
jpined the ship, and a short timo
attor leaving naroor, uoing a sea
soned old salt, ho was intrusted
with tho wheel. The captain camo
up and put the usual question :
"How's hor head ?"
"Nor'-by-oastJ" answered tho
old tar, very gruffly.
"My man," suavoly answered
tho captain, "on this craft, when
one of tho crow speaks to mo ho
gives mo a titlo of respect. Don't
you think you might do so too?
Now, how's her head?"
"Nor'-by-cnst, I toll yor," shout
ed thotar, displaying not a little
"I'm afraid you don't quilo un
derstand mo,' responded tho cap-,
tain, good-humorcdly. "Lot mo
relievo you at tho wheolj and then
do you tako my placo and ask me
tho question. 1 will then show
you how it should bo uuswored."
They accordingly changod places.
'"Ow's her 'end?" roared tho
"Nor'-by-oa&t, iiir," replied tho
captain, with emphasis on tho sir.
"Then keep hor bo, my man,
whilst I goes f orrurd and has a
smoke," was the startling rejoinder
from tho old reprobate, who calm
ly commenced to suit tho action
to tho word.
For tho first timo on record tho
captain lost hiu temper. London
It is announced in tho Russian
press that an old man has died at
Odessa, leaving 4,000,000 rubles
to his four nieces, who havo hith
erto boon in very humble circum
stances, in ordor, howovor, to
check anything hko piido in the
fortunate ladies tho undo stipu
lates that imv.iom to, receiving
tho money they aro to work for
fifteen mouths oithor as chamber
maids, washerwomen or farm ser
vants. Thore nro three executors,
who aro enjoined to soo that tho
condition is scrupulously jrospoct
ed. Tho ludies, it appears, havo
in consequence gono,in.tp.domestic
sorvico. It is tmul tnnt niroauy
they have had 853 offers of mar
riage Toolt n Hint I'riim Vlctorln.
Queen Victoria not only looks
well aftor hor own servants, but
has an eyo and an oar for thoso
that come occasionally to her re
sidences. Now, it happens that a
certain lady who holds a position
at court has tho deserved reputa
tion of never kooping a maid moro
than three months. Though a
lamb to society in general, slio is
unfortunately a lion in privato to
hor attendants, and thoy suit
thomsolvos quickly elsewhere. It
reached hor majesty's oar somehow
that this lady, ovory timo she camo
into waiting, brought a fresh
damsel, who had to bo initiated
into court ways. Some months
ago tho Queen sent for both mis
trnss and maid at tho samo time
and gave them a nieo little homily
on mutual forbearance and good
nature, and then expressed a hope,
which really amounted to a com
mand, that tho lady would not
think of changing so often in tho
future Tho maid is now a por
manonoy and tho wrongs of hor
predecessors aro avongod.
She Poor undo! And to bo
eaten by undiscovered savagos!"
"Yes, but ho gavo them their first
taste of religion."
Toner I shay, mister, can you
toll mo (hie) whore tho sidewalk
is? I am a stranger hero. -JTlie-gondo
A prominent merchant said thiB
morning that tho Bulletin was
by far the best and most reliable
mpor in town and for that reason
ho advertised in it exclusively.
Klnau ana Punchbowl Streots.
tST Delivered to all parta of the cityy
A. NEW WINCIIE3TER SINGLE BIIOT
45-0 ralhtary UUo. A baipi n. Address
fi0.y UULLF.TIN OiUfC.
No more middlemen's profits
in you buy of us.
Wo buy no moro qoodB from
ilnanlnrn. 13vnrvtliitii nnmns
direct from tho factory.
LOOK AT THIS--W1
7 PIECES, finished as lino as
SCO to S100 sots. Largo Bev
eled Mirrors, with tables hav
ing clraworB 18x28 and bottom
sholf. Drawer work has cen
ter slide and works perfectly.
No swelling; wood thoroughly
ANOTHER SNAP IN
"Wo aro going to clean out our
ontiro old stock, conbisting of 7
pieco sots for $25 and upwards.
Wo want room. Goods aro com
ing direct from tho factory.
DO YOU WANT ANYTHING BETTER
THAN THAT ?
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW
GOODS. AVo clmllcngo nnyono
to soil tho samo goods for tho
saino money. This menus money
Cull nnil soo for yourself.
E3Zopp c5C CO-
Furniture Dealers, Cor. Kins "'d Bethel Sts.
STERER : AND
ER : IN . . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Bulldor.
No. 89, Nuuanu street.
Has on hand Collins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Matretses, etc.
Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds mndo and repaired
Building Iioubcs and making rice mills a spe
cialty. P. O. Box 103, corner King and Bethel
BROWN & KUBEY I
of ovory description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
In the Arlington Block, Hotel street
Wo uso tho greatest care in
moving all kinds o goodB and
at. Moderate Phioes.
King Street near Fort.
To close out tho stock,
3? a jamas,
Will bo sold nt cost or less.
SHIRT WAISTS A(T 50 CTS. EACH AND HELMETS AT 25 CTS.
P. O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
Buy New &
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Preo Roils anil
GET OFF THE TRAM
Cexitral JVIeat JWaset
Love's Building, Kuuann St.
A FIRST CLASS Mnrkot in every
Ordors delivored promptly to oil parts of
Telephone 104. I29-tf.
o nil kinds.
A. L. MOBRIS & CO.,
51 Fort Street ' Tclephono 422
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Elootrical plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
-Beautiful $i gcarfs-sf-
Embroidorod Screens and Covers.
FINE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR.
ELEGANT LINE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Large Baskets and Hampers.
upei?b LacqucrWare aid Bronze.
Hotel street, next to Ontway A Tortcr. 182-tf
FORT STREET STO IE.
ON THE ISLANDS TO
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
RWm & 4E1E
B. I. SHAW, Tropriotor.
Curnor KIiir t Niiiinnu Street, Ilnnululn
Oltolco Liquors and Fino Ueor.
I All NOW prepared to accept your orders
for djciiij,', all kliuls of cottou goods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
l?2-tl Kaullke street mnkal of Klnj; street.
HOP HING& COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Chlneso Silk, Tea, aud Matting,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - Tclephono 147.
Dealer in Chinese Ten, Cigars,
Teannt OH, Bugor, Bonp,
Candles, etc, at lowest
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi streets. 143
CHIN WO & CO.
Youne; Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Berctiuilu ami Nuuaun sts., Honolalu.
IlICE PLANTEKB-Always have for sale the
best quality of rice. Our rleu marked WOO
Is guaranteed to ho Al.
Agents for the following rice plantations;
Palama, Htilawn. Monnalua, Walklkl, 'Walplo,
Kalawao, Kawalliapa aud Waloli, Oahu, and
145 Tel. 218. PO Box 342.
TN THE OIROOIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In
Bankruptcy. .At Chambers: In the mat
ter of tho Bankruptcy of I. O. llhodes
Creditors of the said Bankrupt aro hereby
notified to come in and prove their debts
before tho Circuit Court of the First Circuit
at OhamlKirs, at Honolulu, ou Monday the
27th day of January, 1800, botwoon the
hours of ten o'clock in tho forenoon and
noon of the said day, and eleot an Assignco
or Assignees, of tho snid bankrupt's estate.
By the Court,
JAS. A. THOMPSON,
Trains will leave on Saturdays nt 9:11
a.m. i and 1 :45 tun., arriving lu Hotioln)
at 3:11 p.m. and 0:20 p.m.
Train will leave ou Sundays nt 0:15 a.iu
arriving in Honolulu at 6:2t) p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
P. C. Smith,
Geu'l Pass, and Ticket Agonl
TT!3 Tt- wfMn Hd5 "9"-
B i Q Jm JCZu JCW JU
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of all kinds.
gj& The finest importod confectionery
153-tf Hotel streo' wFort.
FOIIT AND HOTEL ST8.
Heaiiwarters Eiilerurisc Browmtr Co'
Laraost Consicnuiont of Boor
that over arrivod horo, now
J. DODD. Prop'i
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch In Town
Tea and Coffee
AT Alili I10UI18.
THE FINEST UltANUS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AliWAYB ON HAND.
BIIONZE BRASS, and IRO
mndo and repaired.
ESTnrlicuhir attention paid
C. R. McVeigh, Propr.
12-l-tf Queen St.
Castle Sd Cooke
P. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOB SALE
A Few Shnrefl of
Pnin, Sugar Stock,
llnwaiinn Sugnr Co. Stock.
"l fc .PW Mi
Hawntlnn Government nnd 1st
Mortjynpo Sugar IMuntn-
t3T For pnrtionlore apply to
Tho Hawaiian Snfo DopoBit &
408 Fort Street. - Uonolalu
stock of Liquors, Alois
FKKSIl IIF.EU ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT,
OUJR PORT AND SHERRY,
Are of tho finest and come to U9
diieot from Europe.
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported Btrjfght from Louis
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
IIoiiolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & Buckley, Mnn'pt're.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES-
in tho City, with Competent mid Care
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Hftw'n Hotel Slnbles, 82.
Pnnfheon Stnbles, 3-i,
tf Fashion Stnblca. 148.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00, Bath Tubs, lined with best
quality, Xo. 10 tine, 0 in. 1'ipe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood tiui all complete. Uthor
dealers Jaro dumfounded, nud rubort to all
maimer of Tricks nud KxciihCK.
Be not deceived, these Bath Tubs hnro
been sold for $11 until I reduced tho price.
I am prepared to do all work in my lluo
nnd (,'tiarnuUo satisfaction. Kstimntos fur
nished. If you u ant n Rood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone Sit, nud I am your
177-tf Tinsmith it riumbori
I llU 4
CuminiLd' Block i
D. HOWARD HITCHCQOK,
MastorpieooB iu Pariim
uino; Silk Lamp Shades,
tho B and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypoa, Photo
Water Colors. .
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal)
ind Building Materials oi alii
Quoon Httoot, HonoJ.aluj.
E, B. THOMAS,
fMrKstiniiiti8 (ivoq on all
kinds of Stcna, iioh nnd Wondt
work. ICii n s''V t. '17-tfi
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