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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 17, 1896.
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,iiaiuiai, iiy iiii: si:.
(Bj Anne Marie l'roscott.)
Whou that citrus fair was nboul
opaniug iu wicked Snn Francisco,
ono of tho counties wished to Bond
n ''Itock of Ages." You all know
tbnt hymn is now considered as
tho "No. 1 hymn." not of course
iucludinc those mighty mnster
piocos, "To Deum Lnutlnmus,"
"The Magnificat," "Jnbilnto Doo,"
etc. But o tho modoru hymuolo
ny it stands unrivaled. (Top
lady.) Tho committee, sonio of
tho powors, entiroly objected Bay
ing that the subject, represented
by oranges, rocks and wator, was
out of place in a hall whoro tho
washed and unwashed crowd
would Bweop in day and night,
on bought, or ou borrowed soasou
tii hots, for sight-seeing, recrea
tion, liglit music and nmusemout.
But, some wiso man or men hold
tho ground, and argued that it
would be as good as a pinch of
salt a sort of saving gnici' at
that cheap but marvellous show
of God's gift to man iu tho
citrus line. '"Lot us have
tho crois hero iu San Fran
oisco lifted high, right amongst
our fruit wo insist." And tho
orn3 or. inaguiiicont, selected
golden balls stood out from floor
to coiling, tho central object of ro
guid. All honor to thoso mon
who put Christ into their busi
nsh! There was a perfect locomotive,
a wind-mill, pretty little chalets
and mauy other objects of beauty;
and a line band of music. Every
one voted who cr.mo and in a fow
days tho '"Rook of Ages" was
hundreds ahead! In the evening
beautiful lighting fairy-land.
Tho hymn was sung ai d
two women completed tho picture.
There was no disorder allowed.
And it was as good to that crowd
us au exhortation. Thoy might
forget tho locomotive, or tho
wind-mill they would not forgot
tho singing of that hymn and tho
Cross ! Salt.
What is the mutter with our
mhifp-mrar, it is so lint, so little
taste ! Wo have put everything
good into it mace, citron, all
spice, plenty of sugar, raisins,
currants, brandy, nutmeg, can
died fruit, cidor, apple, little rum
what is the pilikia wo wonder?
Try another pinch of salt, and
lo I The rich ilavors aro all
"I Esdras saw upon the Mount
Sion a great people, whom I
could not number, and thoy all
praised tho Loid with bongs. And
iu the midst of thorn there was a
young man of a high stature,
taller than all tho rest, and upon
everyono of their heads ho sot a
crown, and was moro exalted;
which I marvelled at greatly. So
I asked tho angel, and said, Sir,
what are these? He answered
and said unto mo, Thoso bo thoy
that have put olf tho mortal
clothing, and jmt on tho immortal
nuil have confessed tho namo of
God; now are thoy crowned and
receive palms. Then said I unto
tho angel, "What young porson is it
that crowneth them, aud givoth
them palms in their hands ? So
Jin answered and said unto me, It
ib tho Sou of God, whom thoy
have confessed in tho world.
Thou began 1 greatly to commend
s thorn that stood so stillly for tho
name of the Lord. Thou tho an-
gol said unto mo, Go thy way, and
tell my people what maimer of
tilings, and how gieat wonders of
tho Lord thy God, thou hast Been."
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from itilXU per week up.
Theio Geoni8 to bo some blight
affooting the bloom of the beauti
ful 1'uuciana Kegia this beason,
for of all the trees in tho city but
few hue blossoms enough to at
tract attention. The ono on Hotel
street not to the Arlington is a
notable exception, aud in con
sequence is u source of wonder
and dtilight to visitors who have
novor beforo soou this troo in
bloom. King Bro&. havo made
sevorul excellent skotohes iu oil
nrd water colors of this subject,
which are meeting with r. ady
Salluor,irili th Throat, Lone or WufIIiir Ilnn
Ftunincli Catarrh, gcrofiiln, Afthnio, or Iicrvors DtHI
jr. etc., v 111 lit piii n iMinlile hoi tin of IUI. GIIII
DIM'S fllWG'OMTR UMIJuJlON for rll. Call Hi
flci of IIduiktih Prim ro , Honolulu, II, I. "ItU
piuuiU.fi 4 u I'dliiUtlo u illiU or lioucy.
30 Days Only
Wall, Nichols 0
WWaT" "Wo must mako room for
NEW STOCK to arrive
B3F "When wo do a thing it's
suro to bo DONE WELL mid
that's tho caso with OUll
CLEARING UP SALE
FBICES THAT TALK:
W. & Ditson's Tonnis Balls,
cut from $5.50 to $1.15 doz.
Spalding's Tennis Balls, cut
from $5.00 to $3.90 doz.
Spalding's Ollicial Leaguo Balls,
cut from $1.50 to $1.30 each.
Framed Pictures, choice Bub
jocts, cut from $2.10 to $1.00 each.
750 Boxes Extra Cream "Wove
Note Paper, cut from .50o to .25c
1000 White Envelopes, size 6,
cut from $1.35 to $1.00 each.
Shis is No Fako Sale but a
Gcnuino Cut Price Sale I
ESTake Advantage Of ltsg
30 DAYS ONLY
Wall, Nichols Co
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By Itov. Edwin SI. Bliss.)
EJ3F" Prospectus ami subscription lists
The Htiwaiiaii News Co.,L'd
Tvlorohrint Stroot, Honolulu.
In ono vol. cloth, S 2 00
In one vol. cloth gilt, 2 50
In onn vol. Hiilf-KusBt'nu gilt 3 50
Notice of Copartnership.
Tho undorslgnert, onch roslding in Hono
lulu, in tho Island of O.ihu, of tho Ilcpuh
lio of Hawaii, lmvo formed a copartnership
with caoh other in the buslnebs of buying
and selling gonoral merchandise and ns
commission murchmts in snid Honolulu,
under tho Arm uauio or btjle of JT Water
house, being the business heretofore car
ried on by J T Wuterhouso, first, and his
Btiooesbor, J T Watnliouso second.
Dutort Honolulu, July 1, 1800.
Fkedeiuck T P Watj.bhousf,
EllNEST CoNIbTOK W'ATUdlODSK,
(H.OltnK S WATtltllOCSK.
I havo made over all tho stock and mer
chandise in the business carried on by the
late J. T. Wuterhouso. and also tho cood
will and all outstanding iiccoanls thereof,
to my sons, !'. t. r , i; t;., .lolm ana G.H.
Waterhouse, who henceforth carry on said
business and assume all liabilities from
July 1st, 1800.
KUZAWm'H U0U1JNK WATKU
nOUSt:, Bole Legati'o under tho will of
John T. Waterhouse. 315 lm
!MR. C. HENSY WHITE
Propuro Toaoliovfl for tbo Next
VdT Apply at Eagle Houso.
ex ZEClsaer Street,
O.J.WALUUt - - - Masjaomu
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metapolito Pjeul Co.
The Very Kinowt
Mi'igeMBd .-. ffle&g
Como and seo our
KEW CHI0AG0 BSFBI6EBAT0BS.
Westbroolc & Qares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - -
Of the Finest Vurietioi.
JIuKcrs oftlio Celebrated Torlc Sausage.
Nnuauu Bticet, opp. Ohnplnlu lano.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Borctnnia ftts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
ror S. G. Wildor. A large consignment
expected by ship Slarbaok from Portland.
Fine Family Flour, Hoped Baled Hay.
Also, 2 Surreys and 1 Phaoton.
For tho Equine Tnblo iu tbo
way of all lauds First Class
HAY, G-RAJN 0 FEED
Aro on salo by tbo
WASHINGTON FEED OOffl'Y
51 Port St
of Groceries are moro palatable as well
us healthier Hum (lie other Kind,
V0ELLER & CO.
(Wurhnc Dlock, Ueietanla Street).
Handle nothing but tho best. Llbhy&
JIcNclll's Canned Meats. Kln;-Moru
Table Fruits, (ililrarddU's C'lmcolalu,
MHKmuld llruud Milk, Paragon Puru Laid
BS1" Ti:li:piione GS0 "tt
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Gash. -:- Grocers
NOW OPEN .&
Fort Straot & Chaplain LanQ,
H- vlAY co.,
Vholesalo and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Strt'ot, Honolulu
Tolophonor 2il P.O. Box 470
JPlnmbinsf ond Gas
fitting Sanitary Work a Specialty
STSF" Jobblnp. promptly attended lo.
Telephone 7!15. 285-tf
Importers and Dealers iu
Steel and Iron Ranges, ,
139tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My SI 0.00 Hath Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipo, Chain and
Vln.t wlfh unml tltn nil TtiiJnfn fllVii
dealers aro dumfounded, and resort to all
uianuor of Trieks aud KicUhCB.
lie not deceivod, these linth Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I loduced tho prioe.
I nm prepared to do all work in uiy line
nnd guarauti o satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up 'lelephune 841, and I am you)
JAS. NOTT Jr,
Tinsmith it Plumber
For Family Use!
Just Kccehed, ex "C. O. PunK," a cargo of
Wellington, DepBtfta Ba, (Jo&I
Which is ofTurod in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL,
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1800.
In Quantities to Suit.
IQV Orders solicited for a future de
livery. A. F. COOKE, Manager.
At AVAIKIKl on car lino nnd on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirahlo Aero Tracts near the city and
otbor Properties for sale.
BUUOE, WAKING it CO.,
Doalors in Lots and Lands,
Fort Street, near Kinc.
TELnrnoNK G07. P. O. Box 821.
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BO. YOU LIKE CUEEY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT' THE STUFF USUALLY- SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder ns mndo by us is prepared nfter-tho Original
' Iiecipe from the Purest Ingredients-
zr THY IT OESrO iiJ a
fm VAT. V it R fcWS V-. S?T.M 31 M WS 1'm Fl U V B
EKdUn, mm 1 U bli,
Honolulu Eoad Wagon!.'
2? I receive orders for
THE - VERY - BE ST -
Agent for Hooker &
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. "Williams, II. If. "Williams & Co.
and Williauia Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent
Undertaker and EmMmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence and NiRht Tel. 815. 611
H. HACKFELD & CO,
H, HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Coreals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
ES5)u Try Our Oycter Gem Crackers, Juat the Thing for Soup, "fl
I COMPORT !
the abovo Vehicle.
IN. - THE - MARKET J
Co., Sun. Francisco, CM.
KING STREET, Tel. 179,