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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 27, 180G.
ow. 111 n . iwuw
.,. wwytMj ' ! km um.i LimamfMA
.-as ovidfncn. No sooner hnd tlio
heroic Southern lender's features
boon flashed upon tlio shoot tlitui
they leapt to their foot jwitl lot out
that rebel yell ns iE it had been
fighting to get out for years. It
sounds mom liko "Yi-yi"yl" than
anything else, but any adequate
description o it is impossible.
There is a sort of soul -slinking
cadeuuo about it that strikes in
deep, Tlio host tribute to the
olTect -with which it wan given tlmt
night isthut u policetnau who hnd
stopped into tho lobby came up
the stairs four stops at tinio
when he .heard it.
Chancellor Walworth, accord-
iug to Mr. Clinton, xwns rpsiwii"'
bio for tho abolition o ill-'
Chancery Court in Now l.oik
Slate. lie interrupted counsel
continually, his interruptions
often becoming a discursive and
aggravating warfare ou tiio
I)lendor. On one occasion a law
yer commenced to nrguo a cnse
boforo him. lie had hardly be
gun when th Chancollor inter
xupted, tolling him that lio had
brought hia action "all wrong," it
should havn been begun in a dit
forout way, which lie specified,
Tho lawyer replied that ho did
not feol at liberty to go against
all the decisions applicable to the
subject. Ho said ho could find
no authority in favor of tho course
which the Chancellor had sug
gested. The latter, with no little
impationce, said: 'Then you
should hnvo retained counsel who
would have advised you to bring
tho action as I have suggested."
Tho lawyer roplied: "Siuco your
llonor i nt on tho bench thero
has been no counsol at the bar to
whom I could have applied who
would have given such advice."
Tennjson often coudemuedtho
immorality of extromo Calvinism.
IIo once taid: "I rcmoniber ono
woman who used to weep for
hours because God was so in
finitely good. lie had predestin
ed (she Bnid) mo-it of her frionds
to damnation, and horsolf, who
waB no bettoi than they, to salta
tion. Slit' bhook her head at mo
sadly, and said, 'Alfred, Alfred,
whonover I look at you I think of
the wordn of Scripture, "Depart
from me, ye cuised, into evoi last
ing fire." The Calvinist minister
who wa spiritual guide to the
neighborhood had typhoid fever.
To tlio mirror of his congregation,
on recovering ho becamo a Uni
versalis!, uii'i ceased to believe in
hell." Ho also ouco told of an
other Calvinist minister who
argued with a clergyman of more
liberal views on tho ways of Pro
videnco: "Wait a moment," in
terrupted tho latter," wo have not
defined our terms. Wo aro using
them iu ditioront senses. Your
God is my devil."
itrmiirlt nl !i (- -)H
A story of Dickons, which may
bo old to many "roadors, but is
cortaiuly good, is told in the
"Ladies' Homo Journal." Ouo
night there wr.s a row in tho Flag
staff Inn on Gad's Hill, and Dick
ons and somn of his guests went
over to inquiro into it. Amid the
confusion a man complained that
the landlord had struck him with
a tankard. "Is that truo?" Dick
ens asked. "Veil, sir," said tho
landlord, "vothor hi 'it that man
on tho 'od vid a pewter pot, or
vother hi did not 'it that man on
tho 'ed vid a pewter pot, hit is not
for mo to say; but tho hijnpres
'sion hon my mind, sir, his that
hi did not." Dickons suppressed
a chuoklo and with digified gravi
ty responded: "Whothor you hit
that man on tho head with a pow
tor pot or whothor you did not, it
is not for mo to say; but tho im
presniou on his head is that you
-A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontnl
office Coltngo No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone No. 015. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Prof. Henshaw's platinotypeB
aro goiug off overy day. Call
early and inako your selections.
Pacific Hardwaio Co.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 60 conts per night. $1, and
SI. 25 per week.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to. quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
cyAl tar and comont. Cheapest
anuiest roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. City Carriage Co., J. B. And.
rndo, manager. If you want n
hack with good horso and care
ful drivor ring up Telophono 113,
oornor of Fort and Merchant
Btreats II aok at all hours.
Jo tr C & 1 H
Si i Wz-M
f m "in
is the Universal Panacea
for all kinds of Agues and
Pains. Do not accept
any but tho Genuine. If
y out dealer does not have
it, call on or address tho
Hoiiister -:- Drug
Solo AfjentH (or tho Island1?,
ConsoLiatei) Sola Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
liOLLISTER Si CO.,
C. B. DWIGHT
Tnlics coutrnctH for all kimli; of STONE
WORK, monument work, cement nud
Htona nldownllcs and curbiui;. I have on
limi'l the best llnwiilmn hi ono, Chinese
(iitnlto, oto. Kino Htone for mouuuicntul
work. EstimnlcA given and lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
QHIWD1MQ AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
llcrchuut and Richiirds Street.
PCT Slurneiis Tools and Ciittlni; Knives,
(iiiiuls Surgical IiHtruiuents to Order, Files
Saws, etc., etc. -HH-U
JAS. F. MORGAN,
VUCTIONEER AND STOCK UHOKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Real
Eattite and Furnituro.
Hotel St.. near Fort. Tel. 302.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesalo Impoiters nnd Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Tort and Queen StieeU.
Book and Job Printer
Moiehnnt Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. my 18,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuunmi Valley, nbovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders Riven prompt and faithful at
tention. No oitrti charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of the city; Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations n spe
cialty . 265-tf
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalora in' Lumber and Coal
and Building Matoriuls of all
Quoon Street, Honolulu,
T. m U JXilTL,
1 1 Ml M I M
Mimiiiiraror 01 oiniff uais
For Ladies, -Gentlemen, Girls and Boys.
BW P K Q Sjl I3H H l Jl W
MURATA & CO.
Are nbout to rcceivo a bin stock of , . .
... Tlio very finest of 3uo lines.
I,k Out For I'm! hir iresont Mlovk Will KSt Mlil
3E3oLo,,S7S7' Cosii; 2
To innke room. C'omo in mid investigate
AND ALL KINDS
MURA.TA& CO., ;?01
The . . .
Cor. Ahl'i-a i Halekativrila Sts.
Haa a lnrge atsnortrn'Mit of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
iraatos given for liona
td Electrical plants.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spoeiulty.
125 FOIIT STHEKT,
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
013 to 021 Fort Slrcot
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
W. W. WIUiThT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
Real Estate Transactions
Subscribers arc furnished with from live
to six lists per ueok, giving an accuiato
record ol all ikriU, mort(jngos, locses, re
leases, powers of attorney, oto , oto., which
ii ro placed on rt-cord. Also a list of nil
district couit judgments.
Subscription 1'rlcu, $2.00 per Jlonlli.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honolulu.
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllcea and 8tores fitted up and
Estimates gireu ou
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
tr OOleo nnd Shop: No, 019 Fort street,
adjoining V. Wright's Cnrriago.ahop.
Architect and Superintendent
Et. Oflico: 305 Port street,
Sprockols' Block, Room 5.
Residence: Hawaiian Hotel.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Maclo to Any Shape by Older
Always Stock Great Variety
118 Nuuanu Street. vfofZl oo
nTr'T'T-rTTTf iTmlrllil 1 1 Pi I.J I II ' f ! m
IT WILL 1'AV l'UU.
OF DRY GOODS!
NiiunTm .1- 2 ITotd streets.
Tjb Yokohama Specie Bank
Subsciibed Cupitnl Yen 12,000.000
Paid Up i apitiU Yon 4.COO.O0O
lleRcno I-und Yen 4,13(1,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCIICS AKD AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, Now York.
Ban I- iMiiclseo, Shanghai,
Bombay, Uong Kong,
Transacts a Cltntral Haukini; and Ex
Agency Yokohama Spotio Bank
llew RepnMtc Balldlag. ill Mng St, nonomin
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors and l'nnlslons, SnM a specialty.
10S Kokunnaofi Htrtet. Telephone 703.
W. W. Ahana
Milken Clotliing to ORDEH of th
very best luuttniils and m the very
latest stylo. , , ,
A. lerlbofc Kit
Cxi i a van teed
ALL OF MY WOrKMEN AFH2
Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty
W. W. HHANA,
200 KINO STKEKT.
1'. O. lioz. 1441
C T. AKANA.
No. 321, Nuuanu street.
v MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
C23J Tort Blrcot, Yeo Slug Tul lluilding.
Ladies JJrass Maker,
lit i! mo work a specialty. Alo, very
lino Underwear made to order. All work'
MANUFAOTUEER, : UPHOL.
STEREH : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Beddlntj, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Uulldar.
No. 80, Nnuann street.
Has on hand Collins, Camphor Trunks.
Matting, Wardrobes, Dusks, MatrosHos,ota
jjTjSP' Call lu aud inspect goods.
YEE SING TAI CO.,
Furnituro Dealors aud Painters.
Fort Street, opposito Club Stablos.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
S13 Nuuanu Street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots and Shoes to order. I life tho best
material. Goods warranted tow ear well. 142-
Suits to order. Fit Guaranteed. Fino Dnci
Bait, $5np; Fiuo Tweed Pants, ?-l.C0upi
FitIO buit. SIS lit). Clothet elxnnnil ,inrl
Tlii is to it form tlm IM.i liters
t ut I liuvo m ;i do uontioclKnis
JAPAN EMIGRATION CO.
and that boforo becoming identified
with it, 1 luul tlio opportnnity of
investigating tho stnttin of aevHr.1
other uoncoriiH. M)' clioico Ft 1 1
on tlio otif 1 now roprussnt, K--causo
of their stinulin in tho bu
SU10.S3 community .uul thoir leliu
bility. I am now in n position to pup
ply LABOUKItS MONTHLY,
if tloHirod, on tho following cn
ditioiiH: 1. Ptissngo monoy fr m.iloH,
ioO :ul females i0, nnd nil ox
ponsos of quaraiiiiue unci hospitil
2 Wnges. $12 50 for mtiioB;
$7.00 for leuuilua per month.
15. Contracts to bo for threo
4. "Wo rofuud a pro-ratn sum
of money f.r any period of tho
contract w hich mny remain after
the dosortion of tho laborer.
Wo huvo connections with tho
JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP
CO., calling hero monthly, tho
TOYO and NAN YO MAltU.
aid anotht-r line about to bo
Followirg nie tlio peronfi who
compose tho comjiauy :
GOZO TATENO, ox Minister
KA, owner of TOYO and NAN i?0
Ha C H IT ARO HAM A N AKA,
onner of TOYO and NAN YO
SrllMCfll KAGAWA, Presi
dent oi tho Twenty-second Na
of Okavamn Bunk.
YOSHIO SIIIMANCHI, Mer
chant of Osaku and Nowchang.
Miu.igcr Yiulzu Hank of Osaka.
Wo solicit your putiou ige. ViO
guarantee t givo all outiio satia
faction, as wo linvo the most ex
ptiripiincd lecruits of laboiois in
Japan in our omploy.
G-. E. Boardman,
Foroign Agent for tho Japau Emi
SANG YUEN KEE & CO.
Dealers In Tinware, etc., Piping Laid
J37" Orders solicited; charges cry mo
derate. o. :;()! Xiiuuiin St.,1 doorsaltovoKing St.
FOR . . .
HeHt Imported ChincbO Ten,
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
Fino Chiueso Teas freshly importod. Vory
low prices. Go to
WING TAI LUNQ.
141- 1131 Nuuanu street.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers lu
CHOCKEKY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water Pipes, laid aud repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
142- No 41, Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.
All kinds of tiuwnro, crockory,
oto, at lowest prices. , , , .
141 Nnuann nnd Hotel streeti
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu street.
Importers and Dealers in
n en oral -:- I73crvliiuidi.sc.
Fino Slanila Cigars, Chincso nnd Japa-nc-o
Crockoiyware, Muttiup;s, Vases of all
kinds, Camphorwood Trunks, ltattan
Chairs. A lino Assortment of Dress Silks,
Clioliwxt hrauds of Chinese nud Japanese
Teas of latest importation.
OSS" New Goods by every steamer.
Mutunl Tel. 2G0 1. O. llox 1E3
No, :!37 Nuunmi stroot.
Ilns just reccivoda now lino of
DRY GOODS, LADIUS AND GENTB
KIIOES AND GENEHAL MEKOUAN.
Agent for tho following rico plantations:
Waipio, Waiawa, Waimaln, Waialuft.
Kancohe and Kapalama.
Itwr My rice from Knneohe is marked
L A and is guaranteed Al,
P.O.Box 114. .... Telephone 108.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers lu
145-U Corner King and Wannakta Sts.
A GREAT INVENTION
Mom itclf a' out ymtr Liwn TrnvHi
in a striilglit In corn rd- Sto, miioin
nUcully. Set for any louth of hoto.
gJ3F No Htieli Sprinkler has ocr uccn
placed on tho ninrket before
Come and See It.
LEWERS & C00KE,
47.T Fort Street, . .
Commissioner of Deeds
Stats ef California,
Iliuliii; liccn nppoiutrd und cniixnis'Ioned
a CominiMioneruf Deeds for the State of Cat
ifornlii, I nm prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and afllda
viti. To take and certify the acknowledgment oi
proof ot powers of attorney, mortgager,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instrument!
A. V. GEAE,
Telephone 250. 210 Klinr Street.
Real Estate Broker.
JJOO Morclinnt Street.
FOR SALE anu TO LET.
Honso on School street, near bridge; con
venient, good yard, 7 rooms.
llouno ou Young street; iarlnrf 2 bed
room h, kitchen, pantry, patent closet, eto.
Lot opposito Luualilq Home; heilthy nud
Furnished Itooms; Property in ail part
of tho city.
.".20 Fort htiect, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker aud Statistician
General Business Agent
Custom House Broker,
iNotarv -:- .TPublic,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully attended to.
312 FORT STREET.
W. H. KICErAPJD,
General Business Agon ottv
Vill altoud to Convoyanciug in
all its 33ranchos, Collecting
and all Bnsinosa Matters'
All Business ontrustcd to him
will rocoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamaktta, Hawaii
A Nev Abstract Office.
As a result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am propared to make Abstracts ol
Titlo in a most thorough, accurnto
land comploto manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Oflico, 818
Fort Street. 21C-tf
210 King strcot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Stroot.
Telephone 151). .ffi!RT P. O. Box Stlrt.
' JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Typewriter Copyist, Transla
tor (English and Efrnyaiiau)
K?T Oflico with J. Q.WOOD.
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