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EVENING BULLETI1S, JULY 2, 1896.
MAKAl'AfA IIY IIH'. HKA.
XXIII. HEAT AND LIFE.
Uy Anne M. Vntacan.
After n titno, and with tho help
of miuiy bottrd-iueetiug8,tho whole
town was, so to speak, safely lock
ed up in a kind of safo of many
complications that no ono quito
know how to untio. You could
not pass up here, you could not
;o clown more, you musijusi diuo.
t was nrottv touch timos for tbo
well, and tougher for those who
proved good subjects to King
Wo dressed ono morning, early,
for the long storm that was on;
and wo -noro minded to boo the
town iu its very gloomiest gown;
and no ono knew or cared what
wo were "up to." "Wo paddled on
and on from point to point as the
passing fancy brckouod; go down
that street, turn that comor, look
in at that door-way, read that sign,
see that pxpros coming, hear tbo
R. 0. bell tolling ior tbo latest
dead; and so on, and up, and
across, and through; nmf lionio.
"Wore you not atraid, at all ? "
"Well, wo are human; but wo did
not believe that our tirao was
near; and then, wo always had
about us cortaiu, as wo found in
the end, dcud-suro preventives.
"What?"' Ah, my woman 1 "ldinna
care to tell." See you, lator.
You could not, in those uncom
fortablo days to bo many, take a
lit'le outinu to Kauai. Tabu.
You could not go to Maui and up
to charming Olinda, or pick ferns
on the great dead crater's sidep.
No. Tabu. You could not pass
old Punchbowl, or mount io tho
pali, or go to "Waikiki for a swim.
You could not oven touch tho
"big island;" for if you got near
to a "landing" you would seo tbo
entire populaco there, who had
boon watching for your kind of
crafty craft all night, and every
mother's ton of them had that
which would egg you off. Their
back was up 1 can toll you, and
they would yell and screech
louder than any Comanche for
you to back up and bi ck, to your
daiued old cholera town; and if
you didn't put jour baud to tho
tiller iu u jiffy, you would never
have a chance to eat another
muffin, likely! "Good-bye, dear
Hawaii, for another few days
few dnjs!" And Honolulu
was reached. In those days wo
became a littlo intrusive aiu self
defense. Wo watched with both
eyes what the peasantry did all
about "our place" what thoy ate
and what they drank, what thoy
did with tho rest! Wo woro a
match for them, and it was, more
than once, mind over mnttor, wo
found. Wo aro an early riser,
fortuuatoly, and do not always
retire at our neighbors' hour!
Theto little points in cholera
times in a hot climate had their
supreme advantages wo dis
covered. Wo did not feel in the
mood for dying just then and we
wore deteiminod (in fact ugly)
that our friends near by should
not commit suicide. Thoy came to
understand that when we took tho
sudden notion for a little walk
"round and round tho village,"
quietly as it was dono, and with
tho friendly and courteous " How
aio you ?" it meant something
more than they saw on tho sur
face Peasants aro no fools and
often havo six souses, to tako the
placo of " letters." When wo woro
quito satisfied that they had au
folding iu their apartments of
our oddities, wo "doused the
glim " and wont peacefully to our
long nap. Ono can always rest
quietly knowing that it is tho next
officer's watch. "Two bells !"
Wo had comfortable, sweet,
frcwli apartments. Wo had tho
rainbow at 4 p.m., tho nir from
the hills, plenty of lee-way, our
own table, our own veranda. Wo
had a friend ever by us and with
in call night or day.
Who fared richer in those dark
days' We had peaco of mind,
quiet and solid comlort. Wo
prayed most earneblly for tho na
tives, and we mourned for their
In thinking of a friend do we
take into account tho color of tho
skin, fco it bo ch'Aii, or tho length
of tho purbo! Any ono who has
half thought on thee subjects
knows that thoy aro mere acci-
To ailmiflrerlDj with Thront, I.nnit or Vt Mtlne WjfVf,'
Stomach Catarrh, Scrofula, VHIima.cir Nervon; letlV
If. etc.. will lie i.iv?n Miiinta liultM of UK. colt
DIN'S bllOCOIiATK FJIULHION Inr trial, fallal
ttnxul HoiiiKiMt Uriig 1 1. .Honolulu, II. I. "Ills
rorauUel ut 1'aUUblii m Milk or Houej',
Books, wo know,
Aro a substantial world both
puro and good.
Round these with tondrils
strong as flesh and blood
Our pastirao and our happi
ness will grow.
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gg?" If you don't find what you
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for tho getting of it.
Wall, Nichols Go,
TU n K fc Y waKC3SS2S5DS
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(Uy Nov. Edwin M. Bliss.)
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TIic Lluwaiiau News Co.,L'd
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Notice of Copartnership.
Tho undersigned, enoli residing in Hono
lulu, in tho Inland of Oahu, of tho ltepub
lio of Iluvviiii, hnvo formed n copnrtnersuip
with each other iu tho business of buying
nnd selling general merchandise aud ms
commission uurchmts in said Honolulu,
under the firm uiuuo or htyle of JT Wntor
lionso, being tho business hoietoforo ciu
nod on by J T Watorhou&o, (lint, and his
successor, J T Waleilionso, bPcond.
Dated Honolulu, July 1, 1800.
FllkDEHlUK T 1' Wati niiocsn,
EllNEST CojJIiTON WATtllllOWf,
John Wati riiodhi:,
I have made over all tho ttook and mor
chandiso in the businoss carried on by tho
lato J. T. Waterhouso, and also tho good
will and all outstanding uccounts thoieof,
to my sons, F. T. P., U C, John aud G.S.
Woterhouse, who henceforth carry on said
business and assume all liabilities fiom
July 1st, 1800.
ELIZAHEIII 110UUNC WVPEIl
nOUSU, Solo Legatee under the will of
John T. Wnteiliouso. 34fi lm
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Propuro Touchers for tho Kost
jrjT Apply nt Eagle JJouso. 333 lm
METfiOPOLITAN MEAT CO.
SI OcClaasr Streot.
Q. J. Wau.su - - - Mamaqkb.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefaopolifean HBti (lo.
Tho Voi'v finest
R;eMgBJaisecl .-. Melitji
Corno and seo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIgESATOBS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - -' - - 104.
iTuSBph TinkET, - - Propi
Beef, ?w Mutton,
Pork, 1, Veal,
Of tho Tiuest Varieties.
.UnKors nriho I'oli'lirnteil Pork Sausnge.
Nuuanu Btmet, opp. Chaplain lane.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Boretauia 6ts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
Kow Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Per 8. G. Wilder. A lnrge consignment
expected by ship Starbuok from Portland.
Fins Family Flour, Roped Baled Hay,
Also, 2 Surreys and 1 Phneton.
For tlio Equiuo Table in tho
way o all kinds First Glass
HAY, GKAIN 0 PEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED (M'Y
51 Fort St Tel. 422.
of Groceries ore moro palntablu us well
as healthier than the other Kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(Waring Mock, lleretanla Street).
Handle nothing but the best. I.lbby A
McNeill's CiniiLil Meat-. KliiK-Morno
Table l'rults, Cildiardclll's Chocolate,
MUlviniild Brand Milk, Paragon l'mu Lard
'cYrtri i cut nmiB'
b telephone ceo -a
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
m- NOW OPEN
Fnrt StrBQt & Chaplain Lnnta.
H- PY k CO.,
Wholesalo and Retail Grocorios.
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Tulophoner 2a P.O. 13ox 470
WAnmO BLOCK, - - BEBEIANIA ST.
Plumbing one! Oas
fitting Sanitary Work a Specialty
KXf Jobbing promptly nttendod io.
Telephono 7!15. 235-tf
Importers nnd Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My SI 0.00 Ilnth Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipe, Ohain and
l'lug, with wood rim all complete. Uthei
dealers nro dumfonnded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks uud Exciters.
Ho not deceived, these Path Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
I am prepared to do M w ork in my line
aud guarantee batisiuctiou'. Estimates fnr
If you wont a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephouo S44, uud I uni yoni
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith ite Plumlxir
For Family Use I
Just Iteccived, ox "O. O. Funk," cnig of
Which is offered in (juoutities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
& CO., L'D.
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
Is propatod l0 furnlsl1
4000T011S Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1830.
In Quantities to Suit.
gjF Orders solicited for a luturo de-
A. F COOKE, ManoRor.
At WAIKIKI on enr lino nnd on PA
LAMA KOAD nenr Fertilizing
Thc30 lots tire Very Cheap and Sola
oil Easy Terms.
Doslrr.blo Acre Triicts nenr the city nnd
other 1'iopc rtiea for snlu.
KltUOK, WAKING & CO.,
Denlcrs in Lots nnd Lands,
Fort Btroot, uenr King.
TELEraoNE C07. V. O. Box 321.
DO YOU LIKE CUEET?
'NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as madd'by
liecipo from the
Er THY IT
Just Received and For Sata
At the "Nevr Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
Fresh Almonds nnd Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc.
Honolulu Eoad Wagon!
23P I receivo orders for
THE - VERY - BEST -
Agent for Hoolcor fe
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
HesldencoandNiRhtTel.810. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Importers nnd Doalors in
H. HACKFELD & CO.
us is prepared after the.Originali
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tho above Vehicle.
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Co., San Francisco, Cal.
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