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EVENING BULLETIN, OGTONEU (I, 1S0C.
I0BILITY IN HARD LINES
1T118F0L1T4H liT CO.
108 KING BT11EET.
DO I0U LIKE CUEEI?
a viNcmi.vr coi,m:'i.n miiii.i: iiin
win: I'm vs.
Q. J. Wallcb
Waiuno Hlook, 24 ltoiKiANU St.
WIIOLKSALE AND BETAIL
. TRUE INDIAN CURRY
Tile l'ltirk' Nnu of n Itnnlirutit l'rcr
Ollirr NoMniM'ii Willi
Do You Read Them ?
Do You Want One1?
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NOT THE. STUFF-' USUALLY SOLD AS CU'RWY
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Thoro ib mi old Frcuch smv to
tlio Gil'oct Hint "11 n'y n pas do Hot
metier," tho upirit o which, bciug
freely rondered, is Hint there is no
trndo or profession, however hum
ble, if it bo but holiest, nt which
ono ought to turn up one's nose.
Viscount Iliutou, eon of tho sixth
Enrl l'oulctt, is evidently of this
Xohvithstuudiiig his hiyh -fcoundiuK
titlo Enrl Voulott is
poor, not tosny ponnile?s. In fnct,
n. few weeks ago in the middle of
May, to be precise ho was do
clared a bankrupt, and tho official
receiver btntcd that tho nshets wero
nil, and that tlicro was no pros
pect of his creditors receiving a
penny, .hurl roulett was trusleo,
with another, of the estates of
Earl Aj lesford, and ascribed his
insolvency to his liability to re
fund moneys paid away by him
solf and liis co-trustoo.
Under the circuniHtauces his
eon has littlo to hopo for. In
deed, Viscount llintou, who was
born of tho Earl's first marriage
(tho latter has been married threo
times), has long hnd to shift for
himself and his own family. Vis
count llintou is -17 years of ago
and married when ho was 20 a
ballet girl named Lydia Ann
Shoppy. They have a son, who
is now nearly '2(5 years.
Tho Viscount turned his talents
to all sorts of uses with but indif
ferent success. A year or two ago
lie turned showman in a modest
way, establishing a show in
Leather lane, in one of the busiest
parts ot tne city, wliero Jio ex
J.ibited a phonograph for tho mo- .
dest sum of an Enylish penny, or
:.: - : 7 . .
2 cents. rov ho has invested in
a hand oman, aud both tho Vis
count and Viscountess aro fami
, liar figures in tho streets of Lon
don, whero his lordship pushes
the organ and collects tho "oof"
(which is cocknny slang for
money), while his wife turns tho
Most people, including 999 out
of ovory 1000 Englishmen, when
thoy read of tho glories of Hat
field Hoiiho, Lord Salisbury's
( magnificent and historical estato
in Hertfordshire, and consider
tho power and dignity which his
wealth and family influence havo
had no inconsiderable part in
enabling him to attain, aro in
clined to repeat tho immortal
Figaro's soliloquy upon his mas
ter nml ask, ''What has ho done
for all this ? Ho gave himsolf
tho troublo to be born, and noth
Few of them know that ho, too,
when a young man, was compell
ed to earn his bread. Ho was iu
those dnys a younger son, and,
having quarreled with his family,
turned out to seek his fortune.
At first ho resorted to litoraturo
and journalism, but these wore
even a more unsatisfactory means
of earning a living forty years
ngo than they aro today. About
this time tho Australian gold
fovor brokn out, and, like many
another hardy scion of tho British
aristocracy, ho emigrated to
Ballarat to try his luck with tho
pick and shoyol. Ho spent about
eight mouths in tho gold fields,
with but indifferent success, and
his experience was doubtless any
thing but a pleasant one, for ho
never alludeB to his trip to the an
tipodes. Yet another lord who has had
to work hard for a living is Lord
Dolawarr. Ho tried his hand in
tho gold fields of South Africa,
and when ho found this did not
answer secured a place as foreman
and overseer of the nativeB em
ployed iu thn pearl fisheries on
tho coast of Australia belonging
to a firm o London jewelers.
AVhilo thus engaged he learned
that his elder brother had been
drowned whilo yachting in Ire
land, and that ho was, therefore,
hoir to tho titlo.
Theso examples might be added
to, but thoy suflioo to show that
those who aro entitled to stamp a
coronet on thoir note paper and
own a handle to their names aro
not necessarily drones. u fact,
homo noblomon, though very
wealthy, engago in manual labor
Callighan & Co.,
Little, Bpown & Co.,
Wo ninko a specialty of
bo pleased to linvo the
Legal Fraternity of tho
Islands call on us when
wanting a Law publica
tion, at tho lowest possible
price. We aro also
Law Office Supplies:
Document Files. Legal
Papers, Typewriter Pa
pers. Ribbons for all
makes of Machines.
In fact, we can show you tho
greatest variety of Labor say
ing devices of any House in
Town. If you want to save
. ntt n- nrvitin iMt WrttT llfn n Vf
iiiuin;v. uumu um uy. v .-.
u g f u
Wall, Nichols Co,
113 KING STREET.
SWELL SPECIALS ARE HONEST.
SFIItSrS, 2 SECONDS, 1 THIRD.
Wero the wins for the
Cleveland at tho
Park on the 12th.
$75 aud $100 aro tho priced.
Tho Clevolamls upin to win.
lie v Cleveland .'Agency
Sept. 21st, and will continue
for Two Terms o
13 "Voeks Each.
Classes will he organized In linok-keeplnc,
Elementary and Advanced Slioitliund, Tyiie
wrltiiih'. Vocal aud Instrumental Music, the
Hawaiian j.anguagc, ueauiiij;, vruinf;, cic.
All Claseej are Ireu to member; to others a
fee of t'i will he charged.
5gf- For further information, read our
pamphlet or rlug up 427. 3t)7-lm
Notice is hereby given that I. tho under
signed, has this day given n fall ponrcr of
attorney (o Mr. Au Con Olieo, of Kapaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for mo
during my absence from tho Islituds.
Dated at Manalel, Kauai, Aug. Hist, 1800.
3WMm TAM SIIC SEEVO.
A Postal Savings Bank Deposit Book
(No, 1355) iu favor of Mw, Lacy Stovons.
Finder please return io Buixmin Ofllco,
B7 W ,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metapolitoii Hent Go.
2U Nucano Stkkkt.
Tho Very Kiuowt
tyMfleMted .-. Me&tfl
Tender ---aji,ianuvop-'- - -
Coiuo and soo our
KEW CHICAGO EEFRI&aaATORS.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Tolephoue - - - - 104-
JasBph Tinker, - - Frnpi
Beef, 4? Mutton,
Pork, aLJL Veal,
Of ttio Finest Variotios.
linkers or tho Celebrated Pork Jtausnjro.
310Nuuauu street, opp. Chaplain lane.
P. O. Box 801.
City Peed Store
Old Armory, Boretania Sts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
XEEPHOTfllNG BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY.
Beat Uvcrmoro Valley Hay, larp,e aud
stnnU roped; A 1 Bonanza SurprUo Oats,
mixed wheat nml crackedconi for Hens ami
Chicken. Urge e tilimient c.r i lour per S a
"Mlowera," Caseoilla, Novelty A, aud bx-ei-llcnt.
Theo brands alttujs on hand.
Next month large ehlpmeiit ol Orecon 1 ota
loea to he kept iilwajn on hand. I hop heed
for Cows and Working Stoek s liand'cd hy
us only. Family trade solicited, (loods de
LUXU R I ES -az3H25?-
For tho Equina Table in the
way ot all kiuda Eirst OlasB
HAY, GRAIN 0 PEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED flOM'Y
138 Fort St Tel. 422.
of Groceries aro more palatable as well
as healthier than the other Mud.
VOELLER & CO.
(Warlug Block, SO Ueretaula Street).
Handle nothing hut tho best. LlbhyA
McNeill's Canned Meats, Klng-Murse
Table Fruits, Ghlranlclll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid Diaud Milk, 1'aragon Pure Lard
B Telephone 080 "&U
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
fi40 Foit streot, cornor Chaplain lano.
H. WC( CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 A 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telophonor 2a P.O. Box 470
JPlnmbiaifr ond Gas
fitting Sanitary Work a Specialty
mt Jobbing promptly attended to.
Tclepliono 7:15. 235-tf
Sieel and Iron Ranges,
DIM OND BLOCK.
121 Je 123 King Btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with beat
quality, No. 10 zjuc, G in. l'ipo, Chain and
i'luff, with wood iiin nil complete. Otbci
doalon nro duiufounded, aud resort to nil
umuiier ol TrickH and Excuhes.
Be not deceived, those Bath Tubs hnvt
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am nrermrod to do nil work in my lice
and guarantee satitifactiou'. Estimates fur
nishod. If you want a good Job cboap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, uuu i am youi
JA8. NOTT Jb,
Tinsmith it Plumber
For Family Use I
Just Received, ox "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Departing Bail, Goal
Which is offered iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
I s. vwi.
.T01 t 3011 Fort streot.
UUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND GOAL
.11 Queen Street.
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1800.
In Quantities to
fj& Orders solicitod for a future do.
VerJ' A. V. COOKE, Manager.
A.t WAIKIK1 on enr line mid on PA-
LAMA KOAD near I-'ertiUzina
Theso lots aro Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terras.
DeBirnblo Aore Tracts near tho oity and
othor Properties for sale.
BRUOI3, "WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lauds,
U12 Fort Street, near KinK.
TbijEPUonk G07. P. O. Box 821.
Importers and Dealers in
b ji M LriBramaa
Curry Powder as randb by us
llecipo froo. tho Purest Ingredients.
Er TRY IT OISTOJbC f.
j 19 -w
527 Fort Street,
Bicycles to Bute
Tho leading Avhoalof tho world. I nm agent f on tho
abovo bicyclo aud also for tho-
A. Xorfect "Wheel. 2kCy Pi'ices Suit; the
Titnos and I am Selling,
sTsTsLsr 3Do-Nn Lew
So as to fit your pockot book.
21 Kaahumanu Street.
IvtivMiMM&wmjMaxtmofXJCXMMntrjatTi mrttwwawww vst-x
(Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. W-iJliarus & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture War- erooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved.. Chai rs for Rent
Undertaker and ErnMmer,
Tombstones and iMonxx ments.
Residence and Nifjht Tel. 815. 510 & 520' Forfc Street. Tel. 179
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Plant atioi?. Supplies.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
At the ITo-w Stand, King Street,
Adjoining the Arlington.
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, otc, etc.
is prepared nftcr tho Original!
PITM A m
a BE M u r&r 'J. .
a look nt tho
jtBtwSiir iii js
and Dfcaleit 3 in-
to 215 Fort Street.
and For Sale
212 King Street