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EVENING UULLETIN, JANUARY 11, 1W7.
I ' ' c
Notico ib hereby given that
the General Agency of The
Germania Life Insurance Co.
of New York, has been placed
in the hands of 'Messrs. J.
Alfred Ma goon and A. V.
J. Alfred Magoon will have
charge of tho collection of re
new a! premiums and will net
as the Company's attorney.
A. V. Gear will act as agent
for the Company in securing
J. ALFltED MAGOON and
A. V. GEAR,
Oeucnl Agents of tlio Germania Life Iniir
iuh'p l.'o. oJ Now York for the llnnnllan
Island-). 40-1 m
L. o il.ies & Co. A. V. Gear & Co.
fflieSdi Mtrclmntat. Olllce till) King St.
11 JAL ESTATE
.... AM) ....
Qeneral Business Agents
Lows Negotint-vl nml Collection'!
Stocks Bought and. Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted.
Hills Bought and Nutas
DiscDiuitaa, ' ,
Fifa and Life Inurancfc ilgenjtf
Of Kvery Description
At T. B. Murray's Carriage
I novo just opened my Now Shop nml
am pi'paroil to suit my old and new
patron M. LANO Vh I'CU.
,""( Fort street, near Meichaut.
ChsIuih Bouse Broker and ststlstician
QenOi.al Business Agent.
W H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
"Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to Lira
will recoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Eamakua, Hawaii.
A New Abstract Office.
As n result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to make Abstracts of
Tftlo in a most thorough, accurate
Rntt complete manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In "W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Street. 215-tf
Tin- iindernluuf el liavliu; ln'Cn dulv appoint
ed AdmlnlMritur nl tliii K"tiur c f 1'lmrkn
Hiuniiicr, lito of Honolulu, Ixland ol Oiliu,
dccutmil, ciotki. is hcnli ylu'ii to nil i-iedl-tnrs
of tin1 decintej tn prucnt tliflr i-lulnm,
whether seciiruj by note, ninrti-nues or i
otnciuuc uuir niiiinnil ntea mm u.uiiiro
pcr vmdiuis. If niiy vM, to Hit" iiiidutun
ed wllhlti il inonlli Irnm Hie ille licieof,
or tin j will bo inri'Tir Ituiuil Anil all ptr
sons Inilibted 10 the mid ckci-icul me iu
qurstftl to in t'ni' li'iini'illiMc paTr.iuit to lliu
nmlefshjni il ut ul olllec, No. "iHK Mutuant
Ailinlul-tintoi of tin; 1 oipto of Charles
Ilauim- di ceuM.il
llonolulii, Die. IoM. 437.1-lt
Ceiisol 4atB"i S0A1 Water Cdl, L1I
Corner Allen & fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLUSTER & CO.,
A. V. GEAR
Tflophone ., . : . No. aiu Kirn; St.
h . . tr x -. . s o il
B 5 H y 1 e S.
t. . o (
o 1 trart jS. S EL 5'
is the Unmvkii!- m, Panaoka
for all kinds of Aoiiks and
Pains. Do not ace pt
any but tho Gunuixk. If
out dealer does not have
it, call on or address the
Hollisier -:- Druq
Solo Agents for the InlnndA,
The . . .
Cor. Alnken k Ilitlrkii wil'i Sts.
Has a lurgo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimatos given for lioaso wir
ing and Eloctrical plants.
Marino Wiring u specialty.
IF YOU WANT . .
A Clean Shnvc
.... (Ml A ....
Late Style Hair Cut
fij Go to fio
Barber - Shop,
I'oit street, nenr Hotel.
Hotel Street Slmine Parlor.
Uulr Cuttitiy 15o.
SUuviuf; 15 c.
Hotel strict opposite lietlicl.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estato and Furniture.
Book and Job Printer
Moroknnt Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Hook Storo. my 18,
DAVID K. BAKER,
If oris t,
Nnuauu Valley, above tlio Muusolenm.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tentlou. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of the city. Lets,
Mountain Greens and Carnations n spe
cialty. , 205-tf
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of nil
Qnoon Wtreot, Honolulu.
GRINDING AND SHAHPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant aud ItiolimU ttrcetn.
J3fy Sli!irpiisToolitnnl C'nttlni; KnWe,
(IrlnilsSuru'lial Inmruinents to Order, Files
Sane, etc., etc. HOI-tf
A distinctly novel odvortiso
tnont m tho D.tily Telegraph of
yostorday announced on bohalf of
an actor playing at a oity theatro
that a cortain tmpending perform
nnco had boon mistakenly des
cribed as a bontflt to him. So
that pooplo might not bo under
any misapprehension on tho point,
tho actor assured them that ho
really was not tukiug a benefit!
that tho nfl'fur was a more "send
oiF,'' tho monoy receipts in con
nection with which woro pre
sumably to bo garnered by tho
management in the usual way. Tho
carious feature of tb" nnnonnco
tnont wus tho sotni-indiguunt
repudiation by an actor of the
suggestion that he umh being given
a bonofit That quito a now
oxprrionco. Ono hears every week
or two of tliia 01 Unit member of
tho thciitrtuul pi. tension present
ing his coiniliiiioiii9to tho public,
I and begging tn stutn that h will
I tako a grand coui)iiuiontnry l)i'iu-
u uu ii murium uuiu, uuv it'ius;nii
of this form of iissistatiuo cdiiih as
rarely as "tlio lono blopsoms of
the reluctuut ulott." It is to bo
observed, too, that benefits are
invariably givou In iiigln-p.iid
players. There is ui'ver any sorions
talk of "tendering" them to those
mombors of tho theatrical pr -fession
who peif'iiiu tlio prompters
arduous pait, ns-niH in imper
sonating crowds, mid lnl)oriouly
mairpulato heavy scenery for
t louder Hali.nus. Yet thos thouid
need speuuil aHsi&tmice much more
than their pi'inC'plH, and in any
other profession or biminesi would
ttssmodly be considered firt m
such a conni'ctt'on. I'robnbly tho
apparent ituimaiy uf this dis
avowal of a houefit by a loading
actor is due t the osistunci of
a difl'oront point of view in tho
United States, whero ho belongs.
In any case, there must be emno
intoioating leasou for it.. Sydney
I lie I'urfen.
According to a dispatch from
Omaha tho Supremo Court of
iMurasKii tuts iinnu leit tue o rlew
ordinnnce, on tho ground that it
is uucoiiotitutioniil. The points
of tlio decision uro not stated,
but it may be wild that Nebraska
must have a badly defoctivo Con
stitution to deny so rightful a
police powor to the State or muni
cipality Tho curfew ordinance, whero
tried and enforcd, has proved
one of the most oflbctivo in
fluences in preventing or suppress
ing vico and crime among child
ron. In nn nrtiulo in tlio our
rent number of tho "North Ame
rican Review" Mrs John D.
Townsond gives tho following tes
timony to its results in Nebraska:
Tlio Chief of i'olico of Omaha
reports: "It is now an oasy mutter
to onfnrce homo rules." Chief
Rroder of St. Joseph euys: "Tho
adoption of tho curfew is an aot
of humanity to that class ef fathers
und mothors with boys and girls
who dofy homo restraint, and it
will prevent crime and save taxes."
Employers of labor say they got
bettor work because bottor hours
aro kopt. School teachers testify
that they got bottor work for the
samp rouson. Chief uf Police
Melick of Lincoln, Nob., says
that "after tho curfow was in forco
a fow weeks arrests for disorderly
conduct and truancy foil off fully
75 pir cent," und ho adds: "I
caunot see why any city govorn
mcut in tho country should hosi
tnto to em ct this ordinance." Tho
Mayor of Noith Platto.Neb., says:
"In tho two yo.irs wo huvo had
tho curlew wo huvo sont no ohild
ron to tho Reform School, whmoas
before that wo t-ent quito a nuni
bor." It would som tn lequiro str.ing
lonsons to justify a court in
denying to tho police powor tho
authority to accomplish these
.Sterling, the paintor, ib pro
jarod to tjtiotc prienri on roof
painting. He usoh n composition of
coal tur and coment. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. On today's Kinau the Paoifio
Hardwaro Co. have received a
fresh supply of Prof. Henshaw's
Platinotype and Sopia prints.
Send some of thom to your f riouds
for a New Year'a reminder.
City Carriage Co.. J. 8. And.
rado, nianiigtr. It yon want b
hack with good horso nnd oaio
(ul drivor ring up Telephone 113,
oorner of Fort and Merchant
itreetc Hack ut all bonis.
Wells, Richaudson & Co.,
Dear Sirs: A,Ve use Paine's Coicry 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 lilie. Success to you in every -way.
Pastor of Cumberland Premier ia.i Church. SfiCfc rCCUu J
HOLLISTER DRUG C-o.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaii mi Islands
LEWERS &, OBOE
Paints, Oils and Glass
Wall Paper, Mattings,
Etc., Etc , Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fort Street,
Biasing Them Out
Wo are Closing Out Our
Stock of . . .
Our Popular Tailoring
Business bus grown so
large tlint it requires nil
our attention. . . .
CALL AND SEE I
H. S. TREGLOSN,
Fort end Rotel Btrcetn.
Hotel St., near Fort. Tol. 3'J2
.J-'",f-- ?t .
v- -f'.- VJijiir." v Ov
400 Mason Avenue, )
Canon City, Col., Jim. 13, 1891. j
13" My Rack does not tip in tills mun
cer, no luattor how oifjlity tuo load.
j im.AJN! K. L1.LL1S'
j ALL NIGHT
Hack No. 14
Stand! Bellini anrt K.n streeta.
J. J. Sullivan,
FasMon Staules Co.,rfl.
Honolulu. II. I.
Sulmvan & BncKiiEY, IMnn'R'rb,
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tlio Oity, witli Competent nnd Care
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Ilnw'n Hotel 8tnbles, Ua.
I'linibeon Stnblcn, 84,
Fashion Stables. 118.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Comer Merclinnt and Hliliartls Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
W Carrltces, Surreys ami Hacks at all
I'onrs. TELKl'HONE 4U0.
All tennnta nnd othors indebtod
to Liliubknlnni will please tako
notico that the undersigned line
been appointed Agont of her
Estato, under full Powor of Attor
ney. Prompt payment of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant street,
Honolulu, Dec. 4th, 18'JC. 475 lm
A Pastor's Story.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec
ommends It to Cure
Iuiporton nij'i Dfitlcrb in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 k 123 King Btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with beat
quality, No, 10 lino, 0 in. Pino, Chain and
iiuk, nu wuuu um mi oompiote. utnei
nniliATfl Al-n finriifnutifl. .1 .....1 .r.n.& . .!
maunor of TrickM uiul I.xciihen.
Ho not (Idcelveil, these Hath Tnbn have
been Bold for $14 until I reduced the prioej
I nin rjreiured tn fin nil wi, I. ... 11..-
. . ---- -- .. ..w.n .11 uv I1UO
nud guarauto satwfuotion: EFtimates (nr-
? "yunavt"fioo1J"u np or onah,
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tiohmltli .v I'luruher
Suitors' Home Restaurant
Lu Huiirf Co , rrnprlctois.
Chicken and Icn Cromn Bnudays.
All ueu-, utnt uml cltun. . . ,
Board ((.or mouth) i$17.M
21 Mal Tickets. 4.60
487 33 u
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,.
Oor. Fort nd Quoen BtreaU, IXodoIbIv.
M. PHILLIPS k CO,,
Wholonalo Imiorters and Jobbeiu of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen BtroetH.
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