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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBllUARY 11, 189G.
English ah shits hun.
Ilnw "Tnraru boom do ny" Wn
Glrcn In Norninudr
The following is from tho
. Awgreatjnony,o our popular
airs are caught up by tho French,
esnociallr thoso soncs whoso
English words havo a jinglo that
tick! os tliodallio oar with a sug
gestion o eccentricity, "larara
boom-do-av" had scarcely appear
od in Encland and America bo-
fore a French rendering was
rushed into print, being ,sung at
ono and tho samo tirao at Tour of
tho principal "cafe's concorts."
Before, however, any French ver
sion at all had boon made, Proi
fossor Harry Thurston Poall (of
Columbia College U. 8. A.) ro
lutes - "Boing in a provincial
town in Normandy, I read ono
day an announcement that, as
a Hpecial attraction, a cer
tain Mdllo Dufort would sing
tho 'celobro clianson Anglaiso'
'Tha-ra-ra-boun-cle-o. AVhon tho
timo cumo, and Mdllo. Dufort ap
peared, sho had an immenso audi
onco. Tho first fow lines made it
evident ('though not to tho audi
once, however that tho ingenious
young woman had shrunk from
tho task of 'getting up' tho lines
of tho conuino vorsion, but had
instead constructed a sot of verses
of her own, by piecing together
all tho English words sho had
ever heard. Tho first verso then
ran something like this:
Ticket, tramway, clergyman,
Blftcck, ruruMeck, rosblf ran,
Sandwich, whitebaits, ltulj- luncli,
Clicri-gobler, Iskcj -poticlie;
.nu-yu, all rlijlit, sliucMni; fttop;
IVjl-cl, wlij-not, moton-cliop,
Fluui-kck' mluiiik', Ktcumvr bovc.
Hi nUfilosue, lilli-llfe, llve-o-cloeks.
It was an immenso success. Tho
audience roso at her. They
know that tho English was all
right, bccaiiBO they themselves
recognised a good many of the
words. Sho had an ovation and
, nino encores, and this was per
haps the first rendition of tho
'colebro chanson' on French soil."
OOUl.TKK TO GO KANT AGAIN
Will Kccxlve Five Tliuimand Dollars
Yar mid J.xpne.
Local cyclists will bo interested
in tho announcement that .Clinton
11. Coulter, tho crack Eastern
rider, who has boon on tho Pacific
Coast for soveral months past,
lately signed his name to a con
tract whereby ho is to receive tho
largest salary over given any bicy
cle racor. According to this
agreement ho is to ride for an
Eastern manufacturer during tho
coming season and will follow tho
, National circuit. He will receive
for tho season a salary of $5000
and all expenses. In addition to
this he is to bo furnished with a
trainer, whoso salary and expen
ses are also paid by tho manufac
turer. Frank Foster, tho woll-kuown
. athloto of tho Olympic Club, will
probably bo selected for Coulter's
trainer, tho latter considering
Foster the best trainor in tho
country. Coulter is anxiouB to
have Allon Jones as his niato on
tho Eastern circuit, and will pro
bably succeed in signing him
with some manufacturer. In
speaking of this Coulter said: "I
am trying my best to get Allon
Jones ou tho Eastern circuit, as I
consider hini tho best ridor Cali
fornia has yet produced. His
prospects for tho coming soason
are much hotter than oven Ziog
lor's, and, givou tho proper show,
Jones will make any man on tho
qircuit look to his lanrols."
.Mrs. Qliphant has written over
sixty novels, and tho number of
heroes and heroines that sho harf
odtlived is notable.
(From U.S. Jcurnallledicine.) 4(J
U v.thout iloulit treated and cured uiot ecaie tiu'
tny living I'L) "Ician ; 'ill iicceslsstonUhlnfi. Wo
i ie I.t.-.r rtei 'tof "Oynrt'iftar.dlnjrciirMl bylilm.
!llop'jl;licByiiIualilaworkiiii tin dIe4o which ho
tend with a lotr Mil of hi alisotrttecure, t re to
We ailvln anyone vlthlngacuro to addtot,
Viof. W. It. rCEKi:, I. D 4 Cedar St., New Tfotk.
' "THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE
i mm of tWo' hundred and fifty dollars to any
, , person or pemons connected: wim "iue
. Pflelfio Commercial AilvetHiier" or tho
Hawaiian Gazette Company, who wjll point'
-out a wont or nmiooi immoral or inue-
,toont" matter in the Docember number of
rjTiiB, Hawaiian, judgment as to, matter
to bo rendered by the New York, Herald,
tlid Now, York Evening Post, or the" New
"York Times. Criticism to be snttuitted in
-writing to the Editor of Tins Hawaiian
- -within sixty days from date.
JOLIEN D. HAYNE,
102-ti Editor of The Hawaiian. '
We havo them
1281 Pages, Full Size,
Come in and aecf
NEW LOT OP
WORKS OF MARIE CORELLI,
In 5 Vols., Cloth,
Cthor Sots Books Just as Choap.
Hcidquirters for Fine Stationery.
For marking linen with Indelible Ink.
Standard Band Dating Stamps,
Midget Self Inking Stamps,
All at Short Notice.
WALL, - NICHOLS
a bottle- of
"Perry Ddv is'
ready to .atfadlf
avii CURc any
ii , ij i
136-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dcllgntiu "situation, BrantlM view of the
ocean. Excellent neighborhood. LoTely
A. V GEAR.
When it Comes
i -1 ( i 4 To Disinfectants wo still have j j,
i: T0 plenty, our stock has mot- ,
J, been exhausted, and now
A FAMILY HOTEL.
W. ICxota.no, - SProp.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
The Pest of. Attendance, tho Pest Situa
tion and tho Finest Menls in this Oity
I have tfome cli
ents who want
houses to live in.
BAGGAGE delivered nnd chock
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pini.os carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Eeflidence Tol. 643.
. W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAKNESS MAKER AND SADDLER.
SoIIb Hawniian trees and re-covers
Onr Motto is :J
"Tako Pains and Kcop Customors."
115 Bethel St., between King and Hotel,
Telephono 930. 152-tf
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuuonu Street.
COOO mon daily to drink the. 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
PoBtofBce Box 475 .... Uonolulu.
Cor. Niiuiuui und Ilcretaiiiu St.
T. KEVKN, Itlniiuscr.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught and the Standard Urauds of
FINE WHI8KIEB, BRANDIES. WINE8 AND
TAIILE OIJiHET A SPEOIALTV.
Ring Up Ring Up
For a Hack,
FRANK PAOHECO, Propr.
Fort St. Opp. Pnntboon Stables.
Hotol St., nearJ(Fprt. Tol. 302.
aro on hand.
Scottish Union and Na
tional Insurance Co.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
tho appointment of Agent for the Ha
waiinu iHlands of tho above Company,
v hich in one of tho Htroucest financially iu
the world, aud is prepared to tako risks at
tho regular ratoa.
Capital - $30,000,000.
Total ASSotS, $4 1,372. 606.
JOHN S. 'WALKER.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Kext Lucas' Planing Mill, will havo
froih every day
MACHINE MADE POI
' most THE
Whioh will lw pold to families in largo or
small quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WDLCOX,
Proprietor Knlihl Poi Factory.
Store open vcnlngs.
Kino and Nccano Stiieets.
1ST. F. BURGESS
Repairs Garden Host SpniklenL Water Taps.
Saw Filing and nil kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives and Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowors repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Setting Gloss in fact all kinds of
Jobbing. Work called for' and returned.
Shop and residence on Miller Mreot.
King up Telophone 852. 1-tf
Fine Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
105-tf J. Tinkor, Proprietor.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King; 4 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
and Calcimining a Specialty.
Paints Mixed to Order while you wait.
Pots arid Brushes Loaned Free
!10-tf Beretania and Fort Streets.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Building.
Collections Promptly At
tended to. I
Monty Dfljvredthe Day of CoJIectlorj.
BISSELL THOMAS, HUGH P. KING.
EVERY i MAN i HIS i OWN t HORSE i EDCTaR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -.- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
TOR TUB 0U11K OP DISEASES OT . .
HOSSBS, OATTLK, BHRKPDOBSSWIUl'AinrTOtoaY.
Tho marvolous. remedy which, prevents t .,
Hair Falling Out
FOR SALE BY'
. - Sola Agent, Honolulu.
tgy- Neat pamphlet free on application. V. O. fcox 203, TclcphonoZO, , 10d-tf
lJIv ?!VHRjr A,f & -
1 1 1
TEfi'W ''. .1-&GW
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK,
CHOICE RRESH GROCERIES
Just oponed a full ard oomploto ossortmont of the
luxurios and dolioncies from ovory civilized nation,
which will bo sold lower than tho lowest. . . .
J. T. Waierhouse.
Queen Street Store.
in Tins nnd Jars. Assorted Ohut
noys, Hums nnd Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
I XL LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
ITIMITAN MET CO.
SI. ZECiM-or Street.
Q. J. WAIiLEn --- MANAQKn.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
, N.aw Contractors.
A New Abstraofc Office.
As a result of, 15 year's oxperi
enco in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to make Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and complete manner, nnd on
F. W. MAkinney.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Street. 216-tf
LAI SmG KEE-
ALL KID3 OF TIN WAKE, CROCKERY,
etc., at tuo very lowest prices. King street
rnakal and Ewn of Maunnkca,
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor Merchants.
No. 5, Drnmm Street, - San Francisco.
FOR SALE IN BULK.
Ametucan BoannoK WmsKna in Bond pe
barrel contnlntng about 40 gnllons caoh
nt various prices according to ago and
CALirortNiA Orate Brandt in EojuT per
barrel of about 40 to CO gallons.
Alio the celebrated Case islle:
"Extra Tony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottlosj
3 gallons per caso.
"Beargruss" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-0 gallons per case.
"Old Pioneer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per cr.so.
"Tennessee White Bye" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 5 gallons, per caso.
CALIFORNIA PORT WINES, SIIEKRIES,
Send orders by nail. Satisfaction gu.
Braunsohweiger & Co.,
l4Mm No. C, Drnmm street.
FROM SS.00 UP.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
.1IIN.S 91. V. I.EDEIIER.
Omen: Howoiian Abstraot and Titlo
Company, .corner Fprt and
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar 3i Maker.
UjJMJ i:i:ii! raff t iMJA
HWV I WI I hi i in,
'PI'' "jyffii 'fl
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables