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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 1. 18i)0.
Special attention given to diseases of tho
eye and car.
Waianuonno Ave. nour Coutt IIo.iso. iG3-ti
(Physician -.-- and - Surgeon
Hcidenco next toll. W. Schmidt,
Esq., IJerctanla street
Specialty. Diseases nr Eye, Ear, Nose and Tiroat
I. MOEI, M. D.,
Oflico: Corner Fort nnd Kukui sts.
Residence, Arlington Ilotel.
Iloure: 7 to 8:30 u mj 4 to 8:30 p ni, Sat
urday uud Sunday, 1 to C p m. Tel. 530.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Hotel Street, Arlington Cottage.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. 1.
t27 Olllcc : 111 Merchaut street.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone Uafl. :
No. 210 KineSt.
5T My Ilnck does not tip in this man
ner, no mutter how weighty tho load.
Hack No. 14
JfS TELEPHONE 17Gga
Stad: lltdbel and K.ng H'roetii.
Honolulu, n. I.
SutLrvAN & Buckle, Mnn'g'ru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
In tho City, with Competent and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fori and Ilotel Streets.
Ilnw'ii Hotel Htnbles, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 81,
Fashion 8tnbleH. 118.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merrtinnt and Richards 8ln.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
FSrCnriir.gci., Surrey and Murks at ull
hours. TKI.r.l'UONE i'.K).
SToxt Street, - - - - ln?el. -77
BOAHD1NG, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY
HARNESS --:-- .ajntd
-WE HAVE THE-
FINBST DRIVING MORSES
Tho Ixirt of attention fiven to nnimals left with us. Oaiefnl driver, respectfu.
attenduntH, prompdiei,?, Mucks, Barries, Iimkes. Hiint'ie.s.PhaotonB, Wagonettes.
Closing ThBm Qui
Wo arc Closing Out Our
Stock of . . .
Our Begulnr Tailoring
Business has grown so
lnrge that it requires all
our attention. . . .
iBwius in Neckwear !
CALL AND SEE !
H. S. TREGLOAN
Fort and Hotel Streets.
More often than not dctor
mine a man's standing. Jf
you w ill come to us for your
clothes we will seo to it that
you leavo with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wuverley Block, - - Honolulu.
J. A. FARIA,
200 Motel Street.
line -:- Tailoring,
Cleaning mill llcpnirlng.
57" Suits to oriU-r and guaranteed to fit
and to pit-ate Give me a rail. JOl-lm
Fort St. Opp. Pnntheon Stables.
I'Al IIECO it VkIINAMICZ - 1'llOPS.
A Delicate Toiich!
Keen Rnzors !
Artistic Hair Cuttiug !
Corufortablo Chairs !
2JT" Wo employ nono but tho most cj-
Jerienccd TounoriHl Artists. The mo
jiixuriouhly iippolntctl Shop in tho IhI
Ml Street SujYiug Parlor.
Three Chairs. rirst-claso Work,
Hotel street opposite- ilethel,
Situated on a Beautiful Hillsido Ovcilook-
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
nlx.vo Sea Lovel.
Only 24 hourh' Kail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, cle.ir dry otmosnheio, free
from fogs and malaria, eRpeciitl provisioi
for quiet and rest as well an for amube
ment nnd outdoor life. Kates $2 per day
or $10 por week. Medical attendunco extra,
Dlt. H. A. LIKDLKY, Prop.,
:J25-lf Kona, Hawaii.
Of Every Description
At T. B. Murray's Carriage
I iii'vn just opened my New Shop find
am prepared to wuit uiv old and new
SKETCHES BY M. QUAD
Why a Woman MImpcI (ho Circus,
"Wliilo I was stopping for n few days
with tho old nin n lloblusou on tho
Cumberland ruouutnlns n circus pat in
nn nppearnncoat Itidgcwood. Koblnsou
"reckoned" ho'd noil n ooonskiu nnd
go to tho show, but his wlfo Boomed to
bo left out. As sho was u kind hearted
hostoss, I plnuncd to tako her with us
nnd pay forhcrtickot; but, knowing tho
peculiarities of tho peoplo, I thought
best to broach tho matter to tho hus
band. I thercforo , nuked if ho would
tnko it nruiss if I bought nn extra ticket
for his wifo.
"Strniiger," ho replied nftor n mo
ment's thought, "that's powerful de
cent of yo' powerful decent hut I
kinder reckon yo' hndn't hotter do it
Tho olo womnu ia a lectio bit queer, yo'
"Hut I thought Rho'd liko to go."
"Snrtin tho would, but yo' seo, fIio's
purty hefty on religi'n, and religi'n and
circuses don't mix. She'd liov to sort
of shako oil sonio of Iter religi'n if she
"Then sho novcr seen elephants nnd
camels nnd hyenns nnd the likes of
tlicm. She might tako it likin to 'cm,
and sho might git mnd. If sho got mail,
aho'd go in to whoop tho biggest dum
ed animal in tho drovo, and it might
cost mo my farm to pay damages. "
"Then agin," ho continued ns ho
pulled at his car, "sho thinks herself
purty smart. Sho thinks sho kin do
anything anybody clso kin, and if sho
saw oiio of them circus fellers turniii it
flipflop nnd griunin over it sho'tl want
to git right down and boat tho trick,
and both of us together couldn't hold
hor. Don't yo' boo?"
"I think I do."
"And lastly sho might git to thinkin
over things nrter sho got home, nnd if
sho got tho idea that gwino to Unit cir
cus wns gwino to keep hor out of heaven
when sho died aho'd git up nnd riz such
n row around yero that yn wouldn't
hcv tiny ha'r left uud I'd want u doctor
fur six mouths. As I said, it's powerful
decent of yo' powurful decent but,
tiikin tho mutter up hill and down nnd
nil around, I reckon wo'd better leave
tho olo woman homo, nnd we'll go
down together and seo tho show nnd git
drunk and clean out tho crowd."
llnio Wim No Oljrct.
I stopped nt tho crossroad storo about
0 o'clock in the morning to inquire my
way, and iu front of tho storo sat two
men, who wero busy talking. One of
than had an old silver watch, and tho
other owned iho poor old mulo hitched
to n post. Thoy had come together to
mako a trado and had been talking for
nu hour, nnd ns I rodo off ouo of them
"I'll trudo yo' oven up, Jim, and if
that don't hit yo' it's no uso to talk fur
dor." "I can't do it, Tom," replied tho
other. "That ycro mewl ia wuth two
It was dark when I returned, nnd
thoro snt tho Buino two men, and there
stood tho sanio old mule. They wero
talking trado us vigoiously as over, mid
as I rode away tho man with tho watch
"It's oven up or nothiu, Jim, jist ns
"Tom, I can't do it can't possibly
doit," loplied tho other.
Along toward night next day I rodo
over to tho K'nio "tore on nn errand for
Mis. Williams, mid thoro sat tho veiy
samo two men. I couldn't seo that they
hud moved by nu inch. Thoy weren't
saying a word, however. On tho con
trary, both had their legs swinging
over tho edgo of tho platform, their
chins iu their hands, and wero looking
down ou tiio ground. I saw tho old mulo
lying dead on tho grouud, and between
tho two men lay tho watch. It had
stopped dead still, and both hands wero
oil tho faco.
"Do you know that your mule is
dead?" I asked of tho ownor of tho ani
mal. "Of co'f.o," ho replied.
"And your old watch has gone to
wreck?" I said to Iho other.
"Hid you sit hero ull night?"
"Wo did," thoy answered in chorus.
"And if tho mulo is dead and tho
watch busted you c.ui't trade:'"
"Oh, that trado was oil' at midnight
last night," mid tho owner of tho
watch, "and what wo tiro diokerin
about now is that yoro saddlo ugain my
dawg. Is it own up, Jim?"
"Can't see it, Tom. That yoro mddlo
is wuth two dawgs liko yo'rs. "
"hhool I'll But yero tlirco days ami
"Hull I I'm good fur n week."
Four days later I mot tho man with
tN watch and usl.ed him iruw (hu affair
' 'Oh, 1 got tho oaddlo fur the dawg, "
ho chterfully loplied.
"Then ho gave in?"
" Waul, ho didn't '.-.actly give in, but
on tho third night he fell asloop, nnd
1 took tho saddle and loft tho dawg tied
to tho post uud mado traoks fur hum. "
The (irruttst Victim ir All.
Tho first mail whioii reached tho min
ing camp of Wolf Hill after wo got a
postofllco consisted of flvo letters. Tho
recipients took them and retired to their
shanties to devour tho contents, and aft
er a quarter of nn hour 13111 Hayncs ro
appeared among us with solemn counto
nanco and his letter iu his hand oud
"Boys, I'vo got bad nowa. ily old
woman is dead. "
Wo wero trying to consolo him in our
lougli but wull meant fashion when
Ct.Afs di'iir.cKCl.s. Wit. 0. luwiN.
San FrancUco Agent Tun Nevada Bank of
nilAW KXCIIANOR ON
San Fkangisco The Nevada Hank of San
London Tho Union Hank of London. Ltd.
New Youk American Exchange National
Chicago Merchant National Hank.
1'aiiis Comptolr Natlonul d'Escompt dc
Bbhlin Dresdncr Bank.
liONOKONd AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong A
Shanglial Banklni; Corporation.
New Zealand and Austkalia Bank of New
VlCTOittA and VANCOUvr.it Hank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and Exchange Bnsiness
Term and Ordinary Depolstn llecclvcd.
I,oann madii on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travel! rs L'lvdlta Innucd. Hills
of Exchange bought nnd cold.
Collections 1'isomitlt Accounted Fon.
p. a. jonis.
E. A. JDNK3
HAVE rOK HALE
A Few Shares of
Pnia Sutrur Stock,
Hawaiian Siifrnr Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government anil 1st
fllorttfatro Sutrur lManta-
t2f I'or particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Sufc Deposit &
408 Fort Htrnet
BISHOP cSc Co.
j Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
i Connnercii.l and Tr"e!ri'a
Letters of Credit issued, ava-l-
! nblo in nil tho principal cit'ea
of the world.
fWM0 sick Headache.
100 Mason Avkntjk, )
Caj:on City, Col., Jan. 13, 189-1. j
"Wkllb, Riohakdson & Co.,
Dkak Snt.s: Wo nso Paino's Celery Compouiul in our family and could
not keep house without it. Mrs. Williams thinks there is nothing' equals
Paino's Celery Compound to cure nervous headaches
and the like. Success to you in every way.
Pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Doubtless yon know tlmt RED WAR is in progross in both Cuba
unci tho Philippines. Luckily wo puro.Wd n LARGE STOOK
DIRECT just boforo tho fighting began. Thoreforo wc Imvo not, as
nt, boen obligod to rniso iniom. WE HOPE WE WON'T HAVE
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a stato of affairs, come in
and purchase now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort nnd Merchant Sts. Wholesale nnd Retail.
J. S. WALKER,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON
ALLANOK MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SCOTTISH 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,
flooms 12 RPRECKFJjS BLOCK Honolulu, H. l,
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
IS THIS ?
A Pastor's Story.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec-
ommends It to Cure
for the Hawaiian Islands
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