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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 12, 18.
mj, " niJTTt:ui:i toast aiiiockat.
Jtctniiilneriircii of tho Most I'atiiiiii
t'lioiilioimr In KtiKtnml.
Tho most famous hot-buttorcd
toast house in tho world, says the
Oornliill Mr.gnzino, wb "Tyson's
lloatiuirnnt,'' in Book street,
JInnchesU'r, which still flourishes,
but ho longer is nuimated by tho
crisp individuality of its founder,
old Tom Tyson, as ho was known.
Tytou was n bom nulocrnt. who
know that in their henrt of hearts
Britons, for nil thoir "Itulo Bri
tannin" sontimonts, liko to be
elttvo driven. So ho established
a restnurant wlioioin ho, an in
fl'oxiblo iiutocrnt, m'ght oufnrco
laws of his own making and win
richos this voiy Onfurcoment
Ho piov (led only choiH. st-iiks
and (Ji'inbtil'ind ham, and soncd
with thorn, instead of vogotubles,
dot bultried toi st or broad. Most
of his customers took toast. To
people who asked for jmt.ttouR it
was sarcislicaly ipimuked that
thoy shou.d liuvo brought thoir
own Evt ryotio who uto ut Tyson's
was compelled also to drink. Ale,
stout, c H'uo and toa were tho
liquids. A customer asking for
water was inferred to tho "teototul
shop mxt door."
A host of good etorics nro told
of Tyson. Ho dominated the pl.ico
in his bhirt sloovcs, and no hing
escaped his vigilant eye. His
duly to : ciibldiner, hb hoconci ived
i, whs done when good food had
been laid pr mptly before him;
after that liie customer's duty to
tho mister of the rcst'U r.mt beg.tu.
Heading huh not permitted at
least in tho middle of tho day.
or grumbling, nor a protracted
sitting, nor Finoking. Tyson's
stioii tii it iMis mo excoiifiu'u oi liis
wjires, his chenpnoiss and his busi
ness like di'Mitch, .nd kmwing
this he lnyed tho tyrant to tho
top of iiis hout. A young man
onoe callug, "Waiter, bring me a
..steak ut once," was amuzed to find
a raw uu-ak clapped on tho tahl
focfoio him. To his expression uf
disgust camo tho lojily, "Ym
can't expect moat to bo o okod if
you want it ut nneo." An thcr
enstotnpr hi'd tho temorMy to
complain that his steak was
tough, A considerable spuco of
timo elnpBud before ho camo ugaiti,
but Tyson, who forgot nothing,
w.is v.. .it.. ife fr him. Too grum
bler ciIIk! for u steak, "Steaks
aio tough," was the reply. ''Then
I'll have a chop." "Chops uro
tough." ''Tlionwlmtounl h.vo?"
"Nothing. Ifyou can't bo mitis
fi d ivub fo,l that p. eases otiior
jieop'o yu cm go souiowhore
eljo " A uustonnr dunng so
much as to glanco at a letter from
his pocket was curtly informed
that thi is not a library." A
cuatomnr who had oxcooded his
welcome was b-ddn to co. To
tho fow li. complaiiiod of in
civility, Tynon'e l'opiy was that ho
eorve.d his civility with his chops
and steaks Tyson's as it now is
has undorgono modifications, hut
the toast tridition ho'ds god.
JJitli in Mancliestur und in tho
London branch in the oity, hot
buttorod toust is always ready.
Thorn is mom f r moio toast
houso. Who knows but thut tho
establishment of a good teast
houso might not ro"tiro the days
of wit! in course of time, if tho
toasthouao bpomo as notali'o aa
"Will's cofloo-houso of old, another
John Drydon, or Dr. Johnson,
might he loi tlicoming to dumi ate
it; and we mod another Di John
son. Tho occasion, it has been
said, produces tio man.
lie Mir o loll Are Itlalit
And tliuii t,'(i rllil aliend If jour Hood Is
impure, jour uppetlte f.illliiK, lour nurvc
weak, j oil mny sure that lloud'tt Snrsnpar
ilia Is Klmtj'iu unit, Tlicn lake no substi
tute. iii.l-t ii " Hood's mid only llood'n.
Tills IS tin1 rm iliilw ulilili link tliu liutii-st
tnl(.i In tin- uorM Mood's Sarsnpurllla a
tuc tjnu Tiua iiiooj riiruiur.
Hood's I'll l s nru prompt, ottlclenl, lwuja
rellableciisi' to take, enpy to operate.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular Hctioo, 151 Fort street,
from $1.00 per wool: up.
King Bros, latest consignmont
of picture frames has taken the
town by rlorm. The designs nro
clegont, nn-tn-dntp and nf tho
Singors lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, agent,
101 Bethel Btroots.
No. 10 Store
Ifagsl Iftigsl Iugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
ESS" All Just Received at
157" My Hnck does not tip in this man
ner, no matter bow weighty tho loud.
Hack No. 14
- TELEPHONE 17GBff
Staadt lietbel and K.nc strootfl.
J. J. Soluvan,
Honolnlu, H. I.
Sullivan & Buoklet, Mnn'R'a.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tbo City, v.itli Competent and Care
Smnd at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Foit and Hotel Streets.
Haw'n Hotel Stables, 02.
l'antheou Stables, 84,
Fashion Stables, 148.
BAGGAGE delivered and chook
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. G43.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Cornur Meiclinnt and Kkliurds Sle.
LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES.
jay- Carriages, Surrey nnil HaeKs nt all
IIOUIS, 1 fcl.l'.l'UUiMV -i'JU.
IFort Street, - - - - Tel. -&7V
BOAHDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
HABNESS :-- AJSfT -
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tho best of attention rfven to nnimn!n lull with im. Careful drhcrH, respoctfu.
attendant:), iironiptuesti. libels, Suriluu, llinke. Duntiea.rhnetouB, AVagnnottcH.
. . A new importAtion of
. Fine Woolens
. . . . AT . . .
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
J. P. RODRIGUES.
Fort Street, opposite Uackfeld's.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
Received. Cleaning and Re
More often than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us for your
clothes wo will see to it that
you leave with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Jttedoiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wnverloy Block, - Honolulu.
Hltuatod on n Bountiful Ull'sido Overlook
ing tbo Ocean, nnd 1300 feet
nbevo Boa Level.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Climnta mild, o'etr dry atmospboio, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rfit aa well as for nniuBe
uiont and outdoor lifo. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per weeK. Medical attend nco extra,
DK. II. A. LINDLEY, Trop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
has taki:n the
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposito LottV Hakory on
N mian u -:- Street,
Whoro bo will enter immoc'Iiiti'ly int'i tbo
work of Tubing l'icturet. ilr. r-everin lias
bud years of exi oriontv at tins bmuch uud
has ulwuys luct witli ttticcf s in it.
Wm. G. Ir.wiN.
(fifing pneckel .2 uo.
San Frandaco Agents Tim Nevada Hank op
I)llAr r.XCIIANOH ON
San FnANcisco Tbo Nevada Bank of San
London The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
New Yoiik American Exchange National
Chicago Merchant National Bank.
I'AUis Comptolr National d'Escompt de
IIeiilin Drcsdner Bank.
liosoKoxo and Yokohama Hongkong &,
Slmtittlinl llnnklnc Corporation.
Sr.w Zealand and Austiiam a Bank of New
Viotoiiia and Vancouveii Bank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and Exchange Business
Term and Ordinary Dcpolsta Kccelvcd
I.onns made on Approved Security. Com
merclal and Trawlers (Ji edits lesucd. Bills
of Exchange bought and sold.
Collections I'jiomptlt Accounted Fon.
P. C. JONES. H. A. J0NK3
HAVE FOB BALE
A Fow Sbnrea of
Paid Sugar Stock,
IXuwalinu Sugar Co. Stock.
(lawnliiui Govcriiinciit mid lHt
MortyuKC Stttfur lMiintu-
t35 For particttlnra apply to
Thb Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort fltrnnt ... Uonolnli
Transact a Genera Bankin
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avai
able in all the principal citu
of tho world.
r,tiKi4ZJ7JBzuin?iy ivj .' ' -t ivrtrtAVtcir
Caxox City, Col., Jan. 13, 189-1 j
Wells, Riciiatidson & Co.,
Beau Suss: Wo use Paine's Ceiery, Compound in our family and. could
not keep house without it. Mrs. "Williams thinks there is nothing' equals
Paine's Celery Compound to cure nervous headaches
and the like. Success to you in every way.
Pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
H Dies C
Commission- .. Agents I
" One of the divinest benefits that has ever come to the
human race." Tliomas Carlyle.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
oriior Fort nnd Merchant Sts. "Wholesale nnil Retail.
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
W. L. WILLIAMS.
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
Fine Cigars a Specialty
A Pastor's Story.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
Paine's Celeiy v
His Wife Strongly Rec-
ommends It to Cure
't0() IMason Avkntjk, 1
sysf yfi tstf
for the Hawaiian Islands