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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1806.
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MI18. nilLll FOOK 8INQ.
Uy AsneMviuk 1'kkscott.
Whou Jucob wished to cross
Eauu's land ho took n present iu
his hind. When Israel (Jacob)
decided to send his sous down in
to Egypt to buy corn, "for the fa
raino wns soro in the laud," ho
said unto them: "Tako of the best
fruits in the hind in your vessels,
and carry down tho limn a present,
a little balm, and a little houey,
flpices and myrrh, nuts and al
monds." When tho tpaeeii of
Shoba came to provo lving Sol
mou with hard questions sho gave
to him "spices, nud gold iu abun
dance, and precious stones.
Neither was there any such Hpico
a-, the queen of Shoba gavo Kiug
Solomon." And lastly: "Whou
tho wise men came from tho oast
to Jeiusalem to find tho "King of
the Jews" they presented unto
liim gifts: gold and frnnku'ccuso
and myrrh. I'rom all time and
among all peoples, barbarian and
Greek, Jew and pontile, hcathon
and Clnistian, this lias been, and
is today, tho fashion: "Tako a
littlo present in thino hand." Call
it peace olToring, call it a win-love,
call it what you ploaso you can
not nmuo it selfishness. It is au
instinct beyond our ken that
piompts it it is perhaps a littlo
fpark of tho Diviuo within us a
deep tlu-ology handed down by
our forefathers. Tho Ohinuman
understands its mystic meaning
none better. IIo brings his littlo
son to mo and in one l.aud ho
carries tho licheo and in the other
n bottle of sweet wine. Ho tells
littlo "Luko" to givo them to me;
and he puts thorn down on tho
step with tho pleased bashfuluess
of a child.
"NVo may not caro for tho licheo,
wo were imt brought up on them;
we may care as littlo tor tlio wino, i
it may make our head ache: but
we do caro ovor ana over again
for the love, tho good-fellowship,
tho entire unseltirdmess which
prompted tho giving.
And nil this recalls a little
French stoiy! A certain noble
man had a very lovely wife, as
sweet as now mown hoy and good
a n good woman can be; tho heart
of her husbaud fully trusted in
hor. The story goes that one day
a KOiitlenmii bent to this lady by
his valet a nosegay of very costly
jlfnvers just then propagated in
Pranco. Likely you may know
Low sciontiiie the French are in
that respect as well as skilful in
limiting artificial ones. You cau
read a good deal of their work,
and of their success in gardening
of all sorts by pomsing theuovels of
Hector Malot His books aro mar
vols of beauty. "Non Fnmillo" is
ouo very fine ouo.
Sho showed the flowers at ouce
to her husbaud. Did ho send a
challongo? Not at all. He had a
heap of uncommou senso aud
why should he wish to light and
perchance forfeit his life, nud
make a widow of his wife. He
took no ohiiuces. Ho knew that
all tho world could see that his
wife's faco was more beautiful
than any flower ever propagated,
and that she was iu no wise to
blame for that; aud it was no fault
of hers that this was so. He sim
p y ordered his head-gardouor,
the next morning, to till his wife's
balcony with that saino flower,
nud created a small famine nmong
tho florists of the precious bud.
Ohcoknnto! Mind ovor matter.
A fow papers back and wo told
yoti all of tho groat wedding here
at " St. Paul's "of "Philip and
On Lan." We have received since
that most uotablo event iu-Muka-palo
life several letters from Mrs.
Philip Fook Siug for On Lan i'b
very eager to koep on with Eng
lish aud sho is, taking hor ail
round, a very clever girl. Their
honie, thoir work, their living, is
iu one of tho gulches. These
giildhes nro not narrow defiles nor
clefts botw.-on mountains, exactly.
They aro wido ravines and there
is plenty of running water from
tho mountains. On looking down
into ono of them from tlm king's
highway, a paradise within a pa
. rudiso, n hollow in tho earth, one
seos at ouco that a gulch has two
sides like a story (storey); and
hero we shall get mixed if wo
don't keep our eyes open. Woll,
it has two sides inside, and a very
rich and productive botlomdancl.
Understand now wo aro not de
scribing tho outside country tho
" outside" not nt all. Wo aro
Do You Read Them ?
Do You Want One ?
We Wave the
Callighan & Co.,
Little, Bpwn & Co
We tuuko a specialty of
bo pleased to have the
Legal Fraternity of tho
Islands call on us when
wanting a Law publica
tion, at the lowest possible
price. We are also
Law Office Supplies:
Document Files. Legal
Papers, Typewriter Pa
pers, Ribbons for am,
makes of Machines.
In fact, wo can show you the
greatest variety of Labor sav
ing devices of any House in
Town. If you want to savo
money, come our way, we are
the Money Savers for you.
Wall, Nichols Go,
75c. and $1.00
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Waverley Block, Hotel Street.
Shirts Hade to Order.
Sale is Over!
II I I I I "at I am selling all of my
I I I I I stock of troous very cheap.
I I I I I Iy specialties for this
li'ii week uro , . , .
Silk Crepes --
Robinson Block, Hotel street.
31 X-Zixig- Stroot.
O. J. Wallkii
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Kaw Contractor St
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metopolitai tyeiit Go.
Tho Vorv finest
eMgetoted ,-. Mi$
Como and seo our
1JEW CHICAGO RSFBISSItATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - -
JnsEph Tinker, - - Prnp.
Of tho Finest Vurioties.
Makers or tho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nuuanu Btreot, opp. Chaplnin lano.
Telephone V21. 1 O. Box 301.
City Feed Store
Old Armory, Beretnnia Sts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
KEEPNOTHING BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY.
Host Mvermore Valley Hay, largo and
small roped; A 1 Bonanza Suiprlai) Out,
mlvi-il when! niul cracked corn for Jlen- ami
' Chicken. Lingo clilpinciit of Flour per 8 S
l.-aaa II II . .. .ll.. tf.. ..1l.. A anil L V
"juoivera, jascamu, u)hj -celleut.
Theso brands nlwnjii on hand
Next month largo shipment ol Oreiron Tola
Iocs to be kept ulwajs on hand. I'liop Iced
for Cows anil Working Stock Is handled by
us only. Famllj trade solicited. (ioods de
For tho Equina Tablo iu tho
way of nil kinds First Olfiss
HAY, G-KAIN 0 FEED
Aro on sale by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOM'Y
51 Fort St
of Groceries are more palatable as well
as healthier than the other Kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(Waring Block, licretanla Street).
Handle nothing but the best. Llbby &
McNeill's Canned Meat. KlnK-Monso
Tahle Fruits, Gldrardclll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid llrand Milk, Faiaon Pure Lard
B Telei-hone G80 &&
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Grocers
B&NOW OPEN -&a
Fart Str-BBt & Chaplain LanB.
H 1MY $ GO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telephone 2iJ P.O. Box 470
"Plumbing and Gas
fitting: Sanitary Work a Specialty
OBF" Jobbing promptly attended to.
Importers nnd Donlors in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Btreot.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with beat
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipe, (Jhniu and
l'lnp, with wood tiui all complete. Uthei
dcalora are duuifonnded, and resort to all
manner of TrickH and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am yoni
JAB. HOTT Jn,
TinBmith A I'lntnber
For Family Use!
Just Iteceivod, ex "C. C. Funk," u cargo of
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
& CO., L'D.
11USTACE & CO.
WOOD m COAL
Also White nnd Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1808.
Sf Orders solicited for a future de
tWery. A. F. COOKE, Manager.
At WAIKIK1 on enr line nnd on PA
LAMA KOAD uenr Fertilizing
These Iota are Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near the city and
other Properties for enlo.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealors in 1-iots nnd Lands,
Fort Street, near King.
Telephone C07. P. O. Box 821.
DO Y0 LIKE CUREI? .
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY'
Curry Powder as- made by us is prepared after tho Original!
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
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DbSSyfiv olsvig I
Bicycles to Buri)
Come nnd bavo
Tho lcotling wheel of tho world,
nbovo bicycle and also for the
. . . UNION . . .
A. Xerfocfc Arheol. My Pricos Suit, the
Times and I am Scllinp:
"Wesy XDo-rrL JL.CW
So as to fit your pocket book..
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hiro and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Hosidonco and NiRbt Tel. 815. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Just Received and For Sale
At the New Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc.
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