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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 20, 1800.
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wnww lj. w uant"atiwjrf Twwtwigi wpwiinii
ot tncin, iw .Urn's oxpcctatiniii wore
shared by nil.
After Bovorul small toqumtii tho law
yer read tho astounding passage:
"In conscqucnco of tho apparent din
llko of nrytfriUidsou, Jnmeb Randall, to
tho pursuit of agriculture, I horoby givo
and bequeath my farm, consisting of
35 acred, with tho housq and b'nthulld
lugs therebn, to my In'other, WlJHnm
IlnndnlK, and tb my grandson, James
Randall, tho snm of 1,000, to bo paid
ono month after my decease, "
Everybody in tho room sat stupefied
until tho lawyer commenced rolling up
tho parchment which had brought such
confusion in tho camp. Then a general
movement took placo, and tho less for
tunato legatees took their leave.
William Randall camo up to Jumcs,
and taking him by tho hand said:
"This was entirely unoxpected and
un desired by mo. I supposed and had
no other wish than that you would bo
tho fortnnato one."
Tliis was said in n broken voice, with
tears standing in tho spcakor's oyes, for
ho was a plain, hardworking farmer,
and entirely ovcrcomo by his good for
tune. .Tames grasped his hand, and said
"You aro wclcomo to it, Undo Wil
liam. Thcro is no ono elso I would rath
er havo it go to. I'll sco you tomor
row," turning hastily away.
When ho was left alone, ho covered
his faco with his hands and groaned.
Where wore his prospects now? What
hod becomo of all his flno plans for im
provement? When would Emma over
becomo his wifo?
These uTid other things connected with
tho mortification of having it known
that his expectations had been disap
pointed caused him to feel miserable
Tho 1,000, which was surely his, sank
Into paltry insigniflcanco besido tho
loss of a farm woith 400 an acre and
nil lost through his own laziness. Ho
could not blamo his grandfather, for ho
know ho deserved tho lesson.
There ho sat miserably thinking until
twilight had closed in, and ho was sum
moned to tho ovening meal; but ho
could not cat, and resumed his placo by
tho fire, wishing and not wishing ho
'might R"o Emma Willis.
So, when her faco appeared behind
that of Mr. and Mrs. Hall, ho sprang to
meet her with more joy than ho had felt
for years. They had como to offer their
sympathy and advico to Jim, who was
in an excellent framoof mind to rcccivo
With his hand clasping Emma's, ho
sat and listened to his faithful friend
Stovo, who was suggesting somo useful
"It ain't so much tho less of tho pluce,
Jim," said Stovo, "as it is upsetting all
your plans. It would tako a deal of mon
ey to got things all right again, and
hero you'vo got 1,000 in cash to do
what you'vo a mind to with. 'A bird in
tho hand is worth two in tho bush,
yon know, and as you havo all your lifo
been waiting for something to turn up,
snpposo you turn up yourself and show
what kind of stuff thcro is in yon. "
"I will. Stovo, I willl" Jim exclaim
cd, jumping up. "I seo now what a self
ish, aimless lifo I havo led, waiting I
am ashamed to acknowledge for an
other man to dio that I might enjoy tho
fruit of his toil. From this hour I am
resolved to livo to somo purpose, and,
with Emma to help mo, know I shall bo
a happier man. "
Although agriculture was distasteful
to him, ho resolved to conquer his dis
liko and mako amends for tho past So
ho bought a small placo and worked
hard to bring it to n high stato of culti
vation. Ho was so successful that his famo as
a farmer spread abroad, and many ap
plications for ndvico and consultation
did ho receive, Tho old formers said
thcro was no uso compotingwith him at
their couuty exhibitions, for ho regular
ly bore off tho highest prizes. And his
wifo, now a rosy, cheerful matron, mado
the bost buttor and cheeso in tho county.
His farm was growing too small for
his extended operations, and ho was ne
gotiating for tho purchaFo of more land,
when his undo William was killed by
n fall from a wagon and on reading tho
will ho found, to his surprise and grati
fication, that tho old farm had been
willed back to him, improved 100 per
Ho took possession with an overflow
ing heart, now fully appreciating and
enjoying tho occupation which had
taught him that tho greatest happiness
of lifo is in tho full employment of our
talents, whatever thoy may bo, aided in
his coso by tho great power of love.
London Sparo Moments.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
find Nunnnii streets, lodging by
div, wnl; or month. Torras: 25
xncl 50 I'OntH jmv night $1, fttid
SI J UOl WHttK.
If you wrtnt to frame anything
in tho vory best maunor; if you
want your framo to harmonizo
with your picture; if you wont tho
best and most tasteful frame in
tho market, go to King Bros.
Thoio is a handsomo piece of
property, 70x100 foot, on tho cor
ner Prospect and Ilaekfeld stroots.
It is all fenced ready for building
and water pipes aro laid on. En
quire of H AT. Dow.
I fi REE
1 I'll nil BnfTillnr n III. 11r... T nnnn. M .Him. hlu.C.I
" I Kl. "till II 11'HI, IIIIIIK HI Ulinnn .'I"' .
Mniiiiuti L'lrrli,8cruliil, AmMiio, or Nrnnm licUI.
Itv, di nlll t pHcn a smniilo to(il of lilt. (NIK.
IllN S ni(K,'OliMT. UMI'LSIOX fir trial. Coll
itoredf Ilin l.lTru Unix I n , Honolulu, 1. I. "ItU
liuruiUcJ ai I'alatAblo as Milk or Lloiojr.
P. D. Corsets
and G-ray .
lJVME -:- GOIEI
NO, 10 STORE,
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
1 0 to 12
1 2 to 4
Waiannenno Ave. near Court House. iG3-H
(Physician -:- and -:- Surgeon
Residences next toH. W. Schmidt,
Esq., Berotania street
Specialty: Diseases or Eye, Ear, Nose and Tttroat
:- Dr. Russel, -:
Office, Masonic Building.
Hours: : 0-11 am, B-5 pm. -:- Telephone 4S4
Residence, Telephone 070,
DR. L. F. ALVAREZ
HAS REMOVE!) TO
Emma Street, near Beretania.
X3T Hours: 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 pj m.
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Ofllcoi Corner ot Fort and Berotania
Office nours: 0 to 11 n. m,, 1 to i p.m.
Sundays, 0 to 10 a. tn.
I. MORI, M. D.,
Office: Corner Fort and Kukuists.
Residence, Arlington Hotel.
nours: 7 to 8:30 u m; 4 to 8:30 p m, Sat
urday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p m. Tel. 630.
Dr. C. B. Hist!
into Philadelphia Dental Cc
Graduato Philadelphia Dental College,
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Hotel Streot, Arlington Cottago.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. 1.
1ST Offlco : IH Merchant street.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
miss m. if. i,eiu:iu;:..
Office: Btuco Waring & Co., Fort
Castle & Cooke
. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, - President nnd MnnnRor
Glaus Spreckcls, ... Vico-Prosidont
W. M. Qiffard, - Seoretary and Treasurer
Thoo. O. Porter, - - - Auditor
AdENTS OF IBB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FKANOISCO. OAL.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen Btrcct, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sueur
Company, llonomu Sugar Company, Wailuku
Su jpr Compati) , Walhue Suear Coimiaii) , MaUo
Suear Company, Ualeaknta Ranch Company, Ka
papila Ranch. 1'lantcrs' Line San Kranclsco
rackets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'i Line of Motion
Packets. --Aninls Komii Bonn! uiTnilerwrHcri.
Agents Philadelphia Hoard of Underwriters.
list or officers:
P 0 Jones, President ; Goorgo II RobortHon,
Mannger; E F Uishop, Treasuror nnd Sec
retary; Col. W FAIlon, Auditor; Oil Cooke,
II Wnterhouse, A W Cnrter, Directors.
(Mrs. D'Arcy, Proprietress.)
Terms Reasonable 1
Beretania, near Fort Street.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALIi UOUltS.
TIIE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAI8 ON ITAND.
Eagle -:- House
CARL KLEMME. Proprietor,
New management. Commodious rooms.
Tftblo Hoard tho finest, iuoluding many
Palatablo German Dishes.
Board and Room, per week $6.50 to 57.50
Table Board, per week $5.00
A FAMILY IIOTKL.
T. ICroi3J30f - 2?xop.
Per Day 8 2.00
Por Wook 12.00
3jclca Xfioaatlily IJtoI
Tho Best of Attondnnco, tho Brst Situa
tion and the Finest Mauls in this Oity
3E3 .itN ZEZ JJ .to "32 I
Hotel streot, near Fort
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of all kinds,
fjt$ The Finest Imported and Home.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
' 219 Headquarters for Island Curios.
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers anoLIquor Merchants.
No. C, Drumm Btreot, - San Francisco.
FOR SALE IN BULK.
AiiEmcAN Bocbdon Whiskies in Bond per
oarroi coniainiug about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ngo and
California Grans DnAKnv in JJond iioi
uarroi oi noout 40 to DO gallons.
Aholhecthbrattd Cnte mitlies:
"Lxtra Pony" Bourbon Wldsky, 12 bottlosj
3 gallons per case.
"Bcarprnss" Donrbon Vhisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-G gallons por case.
"Old Pionocr" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per enso.
"Tonnessee White Byo" Whisky, 12 DotUe8l
2 2 5 gallons per caso.
OALIKOHNIA POUT WINES, SHERRIES,
Send orders by jiiail. Satisfaction cua
rantood, Bratinsclrweiger & Co.,
HMn No. 5, Drnmm Btreot.
A general stock of Liquors, Ales and
FBESII BEIJK ATWAYS OX DKAUUHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Are of tho finoHt and como to n
diroct from Europe. . .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported straight from Louis.
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
Cur. Miuttiiii utid UcrotiuiU S(i.
T. KKVEM, irannaeer.
COOL FRESH BEER !
On Draught and the Standard Brands oi
FINE WHISKIES, 3RANOIE8, WINES AND
tiiim: cr.Aiiirr a sitoiaitv.
KLVO AND NUDANO STREETS.
The celebrated Enterprise
Beer on Draught and in
42 Morohunt Stroot.
Lands For Sale situated
at Kaneohc, Oalut.
Lot near Lunalilo Home
Lois at Pearl City.
Furnished. HoomsTo Jjot.
42 ilorclmut street.
R. C. A. PETERSON
Custom Hou5a Broker,
ISTotary -:- Public,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully attondod to,
ITff" Offlco with II. E. Walkor, Cum.
mins Block, Merchant streot. 238-tf
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will nttond to Convoynnclng in
all its Branches, Collecting
and ull Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will rccoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
A New Abstract Office.
As n result of 15 year's experi
ence, in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to mako Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough, ncourato
ami comploto maunor, and on
F. AY. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Ollico, 318
Fort Street. 215-tf
In tho disinfectant that tho world
la talking about. In tho United
States Its merits nro becoming
known. The pcoplo nro using, It.
Purlflno possesses many points In
its favor oyer other preparations.
It Is odorless, and In employing it
os a disinfecting agent, dues not
crcato another odor as offensive ns
that which It subdues. Non
poisonous too. That's an advan
tage children will mcddlo; ser
vants misunderstand; then there's
trouble Somo ono is poisoned.
Thoso who use It speak Its praise
In convincing language. Here's ojo
from tho Department of Medlclno
in tho Uuherslty of Michigan.
"Wo uso Purlflne nnd find It very
good for deodorizing sinks nnd
boxes, etc., nnd for washing sponges
used about subjects for dissec
tion. W. A. CAMPBELL,
Demonstrator of Anatomy."
upon you and explain tho merits of "Purifine" and tho "Au
H0LLISTER DRUG CO.,
523 Fort Street. Exclusive Agents for the Islands.
Telephone 240. Ill Eort
J. S. WALKER,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL, .
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SCOTTISE UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. i,
.-: AT THE:-,
Oitv Furniture Store, ril
(uomcr oi rori nuu
Just received Ex. Bk. Albort s
TKLK1MIONK 03 P. O. IIOX f
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and 3Teed.
New Goods Received by Every Tacket from tho Eastern States and Enropo
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods Delivered to any
Purt of the City FREE,
Island Oiunoia Boucitjcd, Batisjactiom Quaiuntxmi
EART CORNER TORT AND KINO STREETS.
TELEvnoNE 53. BfiT P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber $ Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Railway & Lund Co.'s Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMI'OIITEUS AND DEALEKS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Buildors' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
PURIFINE is for sale by
tho Homester Drug Co. in
25c, 50c, 75c. and $1.50 bot
tles. The "AUTOMATIC
DISTRIBUTORS" are for
rental. Our Agents will call
Street. P. O. Box 147.
'' S Ts.
oesortment of '
HtV II XI"
Undertaker and Embnlmer
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