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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21. 1807.
Notice is heroby given that
the General Agency of The
Gernmnia Life Insurance Co.
of New York, has been placed
in the hands of Messrs. J.
Alfred .Mngoon and A. V.
J. Alfred Magoon will have
charge of the collection of re
newnl premiums and will act
as the Company's attorney.
A. V. Gear will act as agent
for the Company in securing
J. ALFRED MAGOON and
A. V. GEAK,
(le nernl Aireotn nf the (Jernntih I.lfo Insur
ance Co. o( New York for the Hauiillan
L G. itlfo & Boi A. V. Gear & Co.
OnicuilT Mm hunt St. Olllcc J101ilrt,'St.
.... AND ....
general Business gents
Loans Negotiated nnd Collections
Stocks Sought and Sold.
Itookn Audited mill Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bouflht and Nates
Fids and Vh Ingun&nc6 Ageiitf
Mnlu :. llolFec .', Hills
HAVtW. ' TU' ISIIEP A MODritN
!niit for lii.lin.i.', pilisliing and iiHsarting
ioir', w aie irop'rtil to buy and clem
cofl'eo in the parchment.
MODERATE C:! ,f;E MADE FOR CLEANING
59" Apply to
II. ilACKFELD & CO.
N. F. BURGESS
Lavn Mcv?ra, Garden Hoae,
In 'ucl nil IclivU .,( Tul,;. and doo neatly
nil kimta of work t nt auyono requires.
' . Work cited for and returned by
LAWS MW!;:n TO LEX.
i 2? liemen'.xr vru do work choiip thin
;;-20 Foil bii'i-t, nor Morcbaut.
SSerchandisG Broker, '
Ckm Hoass Brfcr and statistician
G-eiioi'al Business Agent.
"W. H. RICKARD,
Gyueiiil Business Agent
ViU attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and nil Business Matters
All Business ou trusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, tramalcua, Hawaii.
A New Abstract Office.
Ah a result of 15 yoar's expori
onco in the Abstract Business, I
am propnred to make Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough, accurate
and comploto manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Shoot. 215-tf
Consoliilatei Soda Water Co., LI
Comer Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
KGLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. GEAR.
Teleiihoue 258, : : s s No. 810 Klnt; Bt. j
Si IS wILi
i IK, I
l I" r-jB! Ji
I ?g rn a
I B T o C 2.1
is the Universal Panacea
for all kinds of Agues nnd
Pains. Do not accept
any but the Genuine. It
youi dealer does not have
it, call on or address the
Holiister -:- Drug
S 1fl pptit for ttt liifi
Real" Estate Broker.
200 Mercllunt Stroet.
FOB SALE and TO LET.
Ilonre on Scbool strcetj parlor, Boreml
iKidrooiuo, kitcbcii, jnntry, ou Hum son und
slablo foimi'ily occupieJ by Hon. W. II.
llotihe nn Itobfllo Ian", Palatini, 3 bed
rooms, ilinmj! roi in, kitchen, bathroom,
fiirriago bbiist. mid htablo, lirpn 3'ard.
IIohfo on YmuiH Htrect; I'lirlor, 2 bed
rooms, kitchen, jmntrj', patent cluhet, etc
Lot opposite Lniiulilo llouic; bcnltliy and
Furnished Rooms; Property in nil parts
of the Mty.
IF YOU WANT . .
A Clean Shav
Late Style Hair Cut
SJHr C!o to tho
Barber - Slioi,
I'oit htrect, near Hotel.
Hotel Street Mm Pailor.
HairCnttiug 15 c.
rtotel street npjiosito Ilcthcl,
DAA7ID K. BAKER,
Kunnuu Valley, abovu tho llanaoleum.
All orders tpven prompt nnd falthfnl at
tontion. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho .city. Lcl3,
Mountain Ortoua and Carnations a spe
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A.tt;oii"Ley at Law
14 Kaabtiuinuii Sticet.
Telephouo No. GS2. 403-Gni
JAS. F. MORGAN,
auctioneer and stock broker
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Beal
Estato and Furniture.
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
Over Hawaiian Nowb Company's
Book Storo. my 13,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumhor and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Rtroot, Honolulu.
livening Iutlclb 76c per month.
HIS ONLY DUEL.
It Waii n Nrwupnpcr Affitlr, ami lloth Kil
ltnr Itrcvlreil n Clmrr.
Tho old editor hud tho Insldo trnck and
tvax doliiR tho talking.
"I novor had moro than ono duel," ho
"You spook nsf if onowcronot onoiiRh,"
Interrupted n llstonor.
"It was nn ninplo gufTloionoy," con
tinued tho editor with n sinllo. "I wns nt
tho llino of Its occurrence 23 years of ajro
and tho editor of tho SimiRvlllo Vlndl
tntor. I wns also n hot bonded youth with
n yonrn for froro nnd glory. In tho county
ndjolnlng wni a 'lonthcsonio cuntetnpo
rnry' of mlno, built on about tho snino
lines I wns, nnd It wnn't moro thnn n jmir
nftor wo had boen coiiteinpornrlos until wo
woro In n flno row. Ho would wrlto south
ing editorials, and so would I, nnd flnnlly
wo dropped our pens nnd took up pistols
thnt Is, wo agreed to fight a duel.
"Fortunately for us wo had friends who
wero )norosoislblo than wo wcro, who
look ehnrgo of i.ll tho rrnnRoinents for
tho bloody ntlrny It was decided by them
that tho dual sl.ould tako plnco nnd that
wo should fire two shots nt each other, tlm
weapons being doublo barrel shotguns nnd
tho dhtnnco ten paces. That suited us ex
actly, for wb wcro uxtrcmcly bloodthirsty
nnil wanted each other's goro In largo
quantities. Thu fight was to tako plnco at
0 o'clock In tho morning In nsecludid
Sliot. mill wn wnrn thrni nrnmntli tvltli rm.
' seconds. Our Instructions wero to flro thu
flrtt shot lifter counting three, nnd If one
or both survived nnother shot might ho
Dred ns quickly as tho principal could get
his gun ready.
"Thnt lnndo It n regulnr riiugh nnd
tumble for ImlMliu fight, und nNo mndn It
moro Internstlng. It Isn't necessary for
mo to go Into details of what I thought
'Just beforo tho bnttlo, mother,' s'ufllco It
to sny I thought writing scathing editori
als was preferable to shotguns nt 0 a. m.
Howovor, wo kept our norvo nnd took our
places ready for business. And I think wo
meant buslners, for wo took aim right nt
each othor. Then came tho counting, and
filially tho deciding 'throe,' nnd bang went
both guns nt onco. I felt as If I had
caught an ratlro carload of shot from my
fncu down, mid I tumbled over nn tho
grass. What had becomo of my opponeut
did nut greatly concern mo nt that supremo
moment, for I was wondering why I was
"In nlinlf inluuto tho doctor was feeling
mo, nnd nftor a mlnuto or two moro ho
said I had been mlrnouously saved, nnd
pulled nnr to my feet. Kvldently iny op
piiucnt lind also boen miraculously saved,
lor ho was standing about ten feet away
from mo with his doctor, nnd tho sight ho
presented mado mo forget all nbmit thu
duel and break into roars of laughter. I
nppearid ro hnvo tho sumo effect on liim,
for hu began laughing nt me. Then wo
buth got mad, nnd In flvo minutes no had
licked seconds, doctors mid ovcrybody eNo
on hnud mid run them clean out of thu
"This being accomplished, wo shook
hnnds mid tool: a look nt ourselves In a
glass, which had m bluntly been brought
for our benullt. Permit mo to omit an
claborato description of what u looked
like. Thoso confounded seconds had loaded
our guns to tho juuizlu with printer's ink,
nnd tho way It was splattered over us
was enough to hnvo mado u.i laugh nt first
mid then to lick tho crowd thnt put the
Jul) up on us. Howovor, wo had showed
wo had sand, nnd tho jokers kept In hid
ing until wo nnnouuciid In our respective
papers that all was forglveu, und thu
hatchet Wis dead and bulled. That was
my only duol," concluded tho editor, "and
I am extremely glad that tho guns wcro
loaded with ink luhtend of buckshot."
Furco or Ilablt.
"You do not mem to tell ir.e," said tho
horrified tourist, cs hu watched thu cam
mltteu cutting down thu defunct from tho
telegraph pulo, "yuu dun't menu to tell
mo that this man was hanged foi' stealing
a to horsuj"
'It do lcoknlittlu tough," admitted
Plefacolllll, "but thu boys got In thu habit
of huiigtn boss thieves in thu days when
bosses was worth snmetliln, nn lt-klndcr
sticks to 'em." Cincinnati Knqulrcr.
"I dunno," said Farmer Comtossol,
"but what I'm wrong, but sonio u' these
hero publications they glis upuownti.is
makes mu think o' circuses."
"I don't qultu soowhy," rojclnod his
"Thar don't seom tor bo notliln much to
'em but tho plcters, an most er them nlu't
bo." Washington Star.
Iiilnrmntloii fur Tourism.
A passenger by the Inst Colouial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to have tho newcomer's
gripsack scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs inspector
at tho fjate tho striuiRor remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'ore?" Rainier mo boy,
frallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro thoy keen
it always, clear and cool. AVo'll
just bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only placo in town
whro thoy horvo it up in propor
stylo with a Iiihr of Hainier
Deer to oquilibrializo the solids
Ulnst Ho Appropriate.
To tho person suggesting tho
most appropriate name for tho
lake now in courso of construction
at Kewalo, Messrs. Drueo Waring
it Co. will give a deed in feo sim
ple. Sotid in your guess to thoir
Tho Vacuum oiIb oro sold in
tho Hawaiian Islands by tho Paci
fic Hardware Co.,Ltd.,of Honolulu,
and are delivered to the. purehas
or in original packages as shipped
from our works. Vacuum Oil
Co., Edward Prizor, Secretary.
400 Mason Avknuk, .
Canox City, Col., Jan. 13, 1894. J
"Wklls, RioiiAitnsox & Co.,
Dkau Sihs: "We use Pninc's Cciery 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.
W 'HWUM "WWilWPWrW IIWIIIIMIIM MI1MMIWLHIIIIIM
it I , Li l. , F.
1 1 jsTPftH I'M" '
You ought t" fieo my best
fellow. He just got a
New Suit of Clothes from
Medoiros & Decker,
The Hold Street Tailors.
Tho fit is something fine. No,
it's not chance, Mcdciros &
Decker always give a good fit.
Having (secured tho services of G.
department, wo tiro prepared to oxo
cute orilfm for IMuuo Tutilne; and Itu
iiulilng of I'liiiios und OrKwtia. Mr.
Hun li-ou'n ex pi rieiicb ami ability as a
first clus artist In Ills lino of work la
too w-ll known to neeil fnrlbcr com
ment; Hiilllco to euy that we fully guar
untto ull wotk intrusted to us. Orders
left at our ofllcw will receive prompt
WALL, 3S1ICHOLS CO.,
The Republic : : King Street.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for afl kinds of STONE
WORK, monument work, cement nnd
utono sidowulks ami curbing. I bavo on
luniil tho lieut Hawaiian stouo, Chinese
granite, etc Kino stone for monumental
work. Estimates given oud lowtst piices
assmsil. Telephone 833.
I I! '
t'tf' My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, no mutter how i eighty tho loud.
Hack No. 14
WS" TELEPHONE 17Ggjr
Staadi liothel and K.nfj streets.
J. 3 Surj.iVAN,
Ilonolnlu, II. I.
SnLLivxN & TiucKLET, MnnVru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent nnd Care
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Hnw'n Hotel StnbleB, 82.
Pantheon Stnbles. 84,
Fashion Stables, 148.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant aud Iilelmids Sis.
LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES.
Kfj- Carrlngcs, Surrcvs and Hueks at all
hours. TELEPHONE 41)0.
All tenants nnd others indented
to Liliuoltalani will pleaBO tako
notico that tho undersigned has
hoon appointed Agout of her
Estato, under full Tower of Attor
ney. Prompt paymont of indoht
edness ib roquestod.
J. O. GAHTER,
20S Merchant stroet,
Honolulu, Deo. lth, i8J6. I7o lm
A Pastor's Story.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Gpitld Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec
ommends It to Cure
for tho Hawaiian Islanda
Iiuiioiters and Dealors in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with boat
qnulity, No. 10 zinc, C in. l'lpo, Chain and
1'Iur, with wood rim all oomplotc. Other
dealers are dnmfounded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks and Excnses.
Bo not deceived, theso Bath Tnbs hav
been sold for $14 until I rodnced the prloej
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If yon want a good Job cheap for CaBh,
ring up Telephone 841, aud I am yoor
JAS. NOTT Jk,
Tinsmith A Plnmber
Sailors' owe A'osfauranC
I.u Huns Co., Proprietors.
Chicken and Ice Cream Sundays.
All new, ucat and clean. . . ,
Board (por month) $17.00
21 Meal Tickets. .4.00
Single Meal 05
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oor. Fort and Queon Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Qucou Streets.
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