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H&' 2 EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 189(5..
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if- W. M. gFfFARD'S STAWIPSt METROPOLITAN MAT CO. Henry Gehrjng
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HBL Noiiioiillhi' llnrc SpcolmciiN In 11 Col
H ' Iretlnii Vnliinil n( On Hundred
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Ilonry J. Crocker, preaidont o
tlio Horso Show Association nnd
n motnbor o till the promincut
clubs of tho City, is ouo o the
most ontliusinstic stamp collectors
of tho const Buys The Call, and
his pretty nuri cultivated wifo is
no less dovotod to tho fascinating
pastime. He haa been a collector
for more than twenty years, but
for tho past few years has devoted
moro thno and money to this
. hobby than over before As a
consequonco ho now holds the
foremost placo in tho ranks of
philatelists of the Pacific Coast.
Very recontly ho placed to his
credittho rocoid of having made
tho most notable purchase of
stamps in San Francisco, and in
fact west of the iiocky Mountains.
Tempted more by tho fino condi
tion and tho handsome appearanco
of the collection of Eugene
Uesvrot of this City, also a pro
minent collector, than by tho
number of stamps therein that ho
desiicd for his own collection, ho
opoui'd negotiations with Iub fellow-collector,
and within tho
remarkably short period of about
half an hour on agreement was
reached whereby Mr. Crocker was
to become tho owner of a collec
tion of stamps worth, according
to catalogue figures, not loss than
Ou the samo day ho also pur
chased a considerable number of
rare Ha"waiian stamps from Wal
ter Giffurd, a prominent collector
of Honolulu, who is on a visit to
this country. This acquisition
consisted of labels known us 11a
waiiau numerals, and permits
Mr. Crocker to justly boast of
having one of tho best collections
of Hawaiian stamps in tho United
Among the rarities that Mr.
Crockor now possesses of that
country are three specimens ot
tho 5-ceut and three of tho 13 cent
missionary stamps that is, tho
first postal labels credited to tho
Hawaiian Government. These are
worth from S150 to SGOOeach.
Mr. Gesvret's collections com
prised tho labels of all tho coun
tries that havo issued stamps, ox
copt those of tho United States.
Ho retained, however, tho issues
of the United States of Colombia
and of the French colonics, and
ho will make a specialty of the
stamps of these countries.
Tho collection is mounted in
sovoral handsomo and expensive
albums. Mr. Crockor intends to
keep them in tho shape in which
he acquired them, and will prob
ably rearruugo tho older portion
of his collection on the same plan.
It took Mr. Gesviot about fivo
years to mount his stamps, as ho
exorcised tho greatobtcaro in order
to secure tho best possible effects
on the album pnges.
During tho past two 5'ears Mr.
Crockor lias muderaany additions
to his stamps, as cau bo judged
from tho fact that while ho valued
his philatelic possessions two
yearb ago at about $-10,000 ho do
clares that at tho present time he
could not bo tempted to part with
them that is, his collection alone
for :7.r,000, while his duplicates
aro woith in tho neighborhood of
It is in t i more recent plate
numbers ot tho United States
that his albums shiuo respond
ent, and his L'nited States stamps
alono nro said to bo woith about
lu view of the many diverse iu
toiests that requiio Mr. Crocker's
attention ho is couriering tho ntl
viflaitility of employing a special
secretary to look after his philate
British Guiana rarities aro re
presented by no less than seven of
tho circular stamps, woith several
bundled dollars each.
Plate numbers in Great liritain
are also shown in great piofusion,
foMlniiTrTtnit with Throfit, Lnnu or V nstlinr 1Mmm
EtomarliUlarrli.Hcrc.fiiln, AMIiinn. or Jscrwm. JMH
jr. etc., will Lb ni rii n Mintilo dottle of lilt, fliilt
JHN'S CHiM'W.ATi: niUMIOS fur I rial. Call M
(tnr.nf Hon i in limit ,, Jfimululu, II. I. "ItU
CiArautcoiI I'&litablo m 11 Ilk or Iluuey.
Books, wo know,
Aro n substantial world both
puro and good.
Round these with tendrils
strong aB ilesh and blood
Our pastimo and our happi
ness will grow.
Wadsworth, Personal Talk,
l stanza 3.
We Wave Them:
All the Latest
Books of the
Our Stock of
Ts the Most
To be Found
Tn the City.
SF" If you don't find what you
want, lot us order it from tho Pub
lisher, it takes only a few weoks,
and wo charge you nothing extra
for tho gotting of it.
Wall, Nichols Go,
Mdtf'TKM fS yV
.YiWVM . JS . ' II. 's
&&1 ''S " V...iuV:
Why Pay $110
For a Bicycle.
thnt bells in tho Cont for $7r,
whou you cnu buy an hoiiost
liicjcloat nu Lonest prico lit
The v CWiidiI v Agency
1890 Model VSV00.
1S05 Model 76.
1S95 Model, Indies 70.
H. K "WALKER,
Valuable 7 Homestead
Tho promises at present occu
pied by E. Kopke, Esq., situato
at tho corner of Green and Victo
ria streets on tho slopo of Punch
bowl, nro offal ed for salo. Tho
dwelling house aud out-buildings
aro well arranged and commodi
ous and tho grounds aro large
and well laid out. Excollont view
of Diamond Head aud the ocean.
"Will bo sold very reasonably and
part of tho pnrchaso money" may
roraain on tho property secured
For further particulars npply
to J.F. IIACKFELD,
Attornoy-iu-foct of A. Ehlors, Esq.
A HOUSE OF KIQIIT (8) HOOMS,
nnxt to tho While Houso, Kuunnn Htieut.
S2."i jiev month. Tho Furiiltuio in tho
Iiouho iii (or mile. Apply to
30S-tf A. V. GEAlt.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopohlaii Ifyitt do.
The Very Finest
refiligei13tEiI .-. Meafe$
Corao and Beo our
NEW CHICAGO REFHIGSRATOBS.
"Wesfbrook & Gares,
Tolephono - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Prop,
Beef, xrtnTwsjgj Mutton,
Of the Finest Voriotici.
Makers oftho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nuunnu streot, opp. Chnplnln lnno.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Borotnnin &ts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
liny, Grnlu nnd Food received ox Aslonn,
Miowern and Alohn. Expected by S S
Mt Lobnnon lot of AI
B0WiWZr gURpRIgE DiT
Middlincs, Bran, Flour, Feeds of nil kinds.
POTATOFS mid HAWAIIAN COHN
nlwnys fresh from Mnui.
LUXU R I ES ""skcs
For tho Equino Table in tho
way of nil kinds First Class
HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED
Are on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED flOM'Y
51 Fort St
of Groceries nro moro pnlntablens well
ns healthier Hum the other kind.
V0ELLER & CO.
(Warltur Mock, lloretnuln Street).
Ilamllo iiothliiR but the best. I.lbhy &
McNeill's Cnnnul Ment. KhiK-.Morse
Tiiblo Fruits, (ihlranlelll's Chocolate.
Milkmaid llraiid Milk, I'Aiagon Pure I.ard
fi Telephone G80 "a
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
&TN0W OPEN .3
Fart StreHt &'Chaplaln Lana,
Wholesalo and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Stteot, Honolulu
Telophonor 22 P.O. Uox 470
Jf'lmTibinfT a nd C as
fittinc: Sanitary Work a Specialty
fj& Jobbiuc promptly nttoudod to.
Telephouo 7!iu. 235-tf
Importers nnd Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Until Tubs, liuod with best
quality, No. 10 ilnc, 6 in. Pipe, Uhain and
l'luf?, with wood vim nil complete. Othei
dealers nro dunifounded, nnd resort to ill)
tnnnner of Tricks and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, these Hutu Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
nnd guarnnteo satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 84-1, nnd I nm your
JA8. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith A Plumbor
For Family Usel
Just Received, ex "0. 0. Tunic," n onrgo of
Wellington, Departure Bail, (loal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Snnd
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1800.
In Quantities to Suit.
gj5 Orders aolioitod for a future do
V6rJ' A. F. COOKE, Manager.
At WAIKIK1 on car lino nnd on PA
LAMA KOAD nenr Fertilizing
Tbeso lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Drsirnlilo Aero Trncts near tho city nnd
other Propertied for snlo.
BKU012, WAKING At CO.,
Doulers in LotB mid Liuids,
Fort Street, nenr King.
Telkphonk C07. P. O. Box U'21.
llflli'gf fir iSiMiltt;fl
I.ll 03 R
DO YOU LIKE CDMT?
TRUE 1KDIAN CUR
NOT THE STUEB- U&UALLY SOLD A& (CURRY
Curry Powder as made' by us is prepared aftcrrtbo-Original
Rccipo from, the Purest Ingredients
& TRY IT OISTCiJ 3
Just Received- and F&r Sale
At thai New Stand, King Strsetv.
(APlnlnp; the Arlington.)
' Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
Fresh Almonds nnd Wn!:Iafaa.
ffial. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc.
Bicycles to Burn
Come tl liavo
Tho leailing -vvhoolof tho world. I aw.aguut for tho
above bicycloaucl also for tho . . .. .
A. Perfect AVhcol. My "Prices Soil Uie
Times and I aixu Selling
"T7vra,37- XDo-rrL Ijct
So as to lit your pocliot book.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. II. 'vYillinius & Co.
and WillitiBis Bvos.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and oved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstone s and Monuments.
Rosidonco and Night Tol. sis. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Importers and DGalors in
H, HACKFELD & CO.
a look at lb'a