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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 25, 1897.
Notice is hereby given that
the General Agency of The
Gurinunia Life lusuranco Co.
of "New York, 1ms been placed
in the hands of Messrs. J.
Alfred Mugoon and A. V.
J. Alfred Alngoon will have
charge of the collection of re
newal premiums and will act
as tho Company's attorney.
A. V. G ir will :ii't n ngont
for the Company in Fi-ciring
J. ALFRED MAGOON and
A. V. G 12 All,
General Agents of tlic derm uila I.lfu Inur-nnt-i
Ou. uf Nuu Yurli for thu Hawaiian
L c. Abies k Co.
A.V Gear & Co.
OIIU'C IHO KhiK St
.... AND ....
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated aul Colltxtioui
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Hooks Audited aud Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought andNntBs
DiscauntBa. ' ,
Fife and Life Ingitfancb flgeq
ii :. lioiirc ;. a i
having established a modi:rn
plant for hulling, ulUlnug uud ais..rtia;
offee, vve are prep i red to buy and cleiiu
oflee iu the pa.rchu.ent.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
BW Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,
N. F. BURGESS
I.yn Mowgra, Garden Hcse.
Iu fact all kinds of lools, and doet nearly
nil km Is of work tliat unyouo reqnires.
r. Work called for and icturuod by
LAWN MOWUI'.S TO LET.
3 Kemeuiber we do work chtnp this
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
eastern House Broker aail St .tlsliciaulg"'' -"
Jtt.l.'J!illT AUUUUNTANT 1
General Business Agent
W. H. RICKARD,
General Busine&d AgHitt,
Will attend to Convoynuciug iu
all ita IJrauches, Collecting
ncl all Uusiiioao Mutters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt (uul Cnrofnj
Scnokaa, Hamakua, Ilavaii.
A New AosU-aut Ofilce.
Afl a result of 15 vrtr'a oxpori
ftuco iu the Ahatrnct 13uoinoss, I
am prepared to make Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, acourate
and complete manner, and on
F. W. Makinnfv.
In W. 0. Smith's OJTico, 318
Fort Stroot. 216-tf
CoflioMateii Sop Water Co., U
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. GEAR.
No. 210 Klni; Bt.
J. K )
.. r-i e 2
' O Vt M W B "
a i n -
6 i r- - .
fc B K-l
is tho Univkiisal Panaoka
for all kinds of Agues and
Pains. Do not accept
any but the Genuine If
youi dealer does not have
it, call on or address the
Hollister -:- Drug
Sole AeonU for the ' 'n '-
Real Estate Broker.
209 Morohnnt Street.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
House on School street; parlor, Revernl
bedrooms, kitchon, pantry, nuthouses mid
stable formerly occupied by Hon W. II.
House on Itobello lan. 1'alaroa, 3 bed
rooms, dining-room, kitchon, bathroom,
carriage house and stable. Urge yard.
House on Yeung street; iurlor, 2 bod
roouis, kitchen, pantry, patent closet, eto
Lot opposito Lunulilo Home; healthy and
Furnished Rooms; Property in all parts
of tho city.
lF Y0U WANT
A Glean Shave
.... AND A , . . .
Late Style Hair Cut
SVGo to tho
Barber - Shop,
Foit btrcct, near Hotel.
Hotel Street Shaving Parlor.
Three Chalrt. First-class Work.
IMtf IIMMIMIM ,..15Ca
Hotel street opposite liclLcl.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Kuuauu Valley, above tho Muusoloura,
All nrdent ipveu prompt and faithful at
tention. No oxtra chargo for dehverinp
Fl.'wora to any part of the city. Leis,
Jlountuin Greens and Carnations a spe
LYLB A. DICKEY,
A tfcoTTiey ; - T ,n-w
11 ..nahumunu Street.
. TrJ.phono No. 082.
.TAS. P. MORGAN,
4.UUTIONEKR AND STOCK BUOKEII
No. 45 Queen 8trect.
Expert Appraieemont of Boal
Estiito and Furnituro.
Book and Job Printor
Meiukunt Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Ovi r Hawaiian Now.-Company's
Book Btoro. toy 13,
ALLEN & ROBTNSON.
Ooulors in Lumber and Coal
aud Building AK.toii.iL ol t.1:
Queen Htroot, ITonoluln.
Evening Hulleti" 7.1r per month.
VI - B
So e A u . 2 6
ONE OF SYDNEY SMITH'S JOKES.
The Con W a Hinrt, but the rather
Took II Im Don ii.
Tho famons Syduoy Smith had a son
who wan interested li horses, dogs mid
(port Ho was a talkative young man
and an agreeable companion for thoso
who had tastes similar to his own, but
he was out of placo at his father's tablo
when distinguished prelates and digni
taries of tho church were present. When
tho father was entertaining guests of
this class, ho seldom allowed tho young
man to bo present.
Ono night thero was to bo a dinner
to which tho bishop of London uud oth
cr olergymcn of high rank had been
invited. Tho son begged to have the
privilege of a placo at tho tablo, re
marking that ho soldoin was favored
with thochancoof making tho acquaint
unco of the giiit clergy.
His father iu reply said that tho com
pany would not bo interested in stories
nbout horsei, dogs, racing mid such
matters, and that ho feared his son
would bo unablo to adapt his conversa
tion to their tastes. Tho young man
promised not to talk, but to listen, and
was given permission to bo present at
Ho was as good as his word nntil tho
company wcro nearly through dinner,
when there was an awkward pauo in
which no ono seemed ready to start a
iresn Runject. In tins crisis tlio son
abruptly turned to tho bishop and aston
ished tho company by asking:
"Is your lordship ablo to tell mo what
was tho condition of Nebuchadnezzar
whou ho oaino off tho grass?"
Syduoy Smith, sitting at tho had of
tho tablo, was horrified by this familiar
application of sporting phrases to an in
cident of religious history, and quickly
changed tho subject, after remajklug
grimly to tho bishop:
"I havo always told my friends that
my son possessed what might properly
be called a stablo mind. "
Tho company laughed over tiio pun,
und tho young muu, uftcr turning rid
in tho face, relapsed into silence, and
mado no further attempt to adapt his
snrcinl knnwh ilirn nf lwircoa nml mniutt
stock to tho entertainment of clerical
society. Tho sceuo between father and
son on tho following morning is not re- I
corded, but tho futher evidently enjoyed .
tlio jolin, nntl frequently told tho inci
dent to his intimuto friends. Youth's
"Ladles and gentlemen," said tho
gifted tragedian Mr. Pshucks, coming
forward to tho footlights and speaking
in a voico tnut roso high above tho din,
"if thcro is any more hissing, howling
or cat culling, or anything moro thrown
on tho stago from tho galleries during
tho further progress of tlio performance
this ovening, as suro ns I stand hero I
shall reluto half a dozen or moro of Dr.
Ohauncoy M. Depew's freshest and best
A shudder passed through tho audi
enco, and in tho midst of a profound,
unearthly silenco tho cifted triiKedion
proceeded with his lines. Chicago
The following- letter has been re
ceived fiom the hcciuturics accom
panying Li Hung C" anp on his recent
tour through the United States:
"L'Ainbassade linpei'iale, lie China.
"27th September. 1800.
"We are nuthoiicd by his excel
lency, the Viceroy Enrl LI, to express
our entire satisfaction with the treat
ment wo received from your manager
during our tour of Inspection through
your brewery. We have hud the sam
ple given us tested and find that
RAINIER is made from the purest
hops and malt. It shall be served ex
clusively nt his excellency's table.
"LE CHINO FONG,
"Councillor for the Embassy,
"Chili Chen Lofengluli,
"First Secretary of the Embassy."
On fap or In bottles nt the Crltcrloji.
ItliiHt Ho Aiirnirlulr
To tho person Riigpsthjg tho
most appropriate ihmo for ul0
hike now in coursof constriction
at Kownlo, Mo,ssrBi jrU(,0 Waring
ife Co. will jtivo n (p0( ;n feo Bjm.
plo. Sond iu your guess to their
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Houses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
aud best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Krooger Pianos, sweetest in tone.
Jas. W. Borgstrom, boIo agont, cash
or installments. Warorooras at
G. West's, Masonio Temple. Of
(ico at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. fl Tolo
Singors lead the world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
fonstruction, Regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great Hpecd, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
1CJ Bothol streotB.
Bulletin, 75 cents
sMrttfHiiiEnx vWWSSwW1: .- sr BMW-
REV. W. L. WILLIAMS.
401) Mason Avenue, I
Canon City, Col., Jan. 13, 1894. J
"Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Dear Sirs: Wo iibo Paine's Celery 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.
Pasor. of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
You nujrlit to seo ;nv best
rn ii. .
just got a
New Sij'.t of Clothes from
Medeiros & Decker,
Tho Hotel Street Tailors.
The fit is something lino. No,
it's not chance Medeiros &
Decker always givo a good fit.
Having securt-d Ibt- services of G.
department, w are prepared to oxo
cute orders for Piano Tuning ami Ito
pairing of l'iaiio auH Organs. Mr.
Han Icon's czperii-nce uti.l ability asu
first claxs artist In his llnu of work is
too well known to in eil fur1 lior com
ment; BUlllee to say that wh fully guar
antto all work Intrusted to un Orders
left at our ohIom will receive prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tho Ropubllo ; ; King Street.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contraets for all kinds of STONE
WORK, luoiiuuiLUt work, ocuient and
stone sidewalks and carblug. I have on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, Chinese
granito, oto. Fine stono for monumental
woik. Estimates given and lowest prices
assured. Tolophone 833.
$) iS 111 I
1ST My nack doos not tip in this man
uer, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
VST TELEPHONE 176 JSt
Standi Bethel and K.ng streets.
Honolulu, H. I.
8diiLivjln & BuokiiBT, Man'g'rb.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Tort aud Hotel Streets.
Haw'n Hotol Stables, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 81,
Fashion Stables. 148.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
jgy Carriages, Burreys and HaeKa at all
hours. TELEPHONE 400.
All tenants and othors indebted
to Liliaokalani will please tako
notice that tho undersigned haB
beon appointod Agont of hor
Estate, undor full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt paymont of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant Btroet,
Honolulu, Deo. 1th, 189G. 4751m
A Pastor's Story.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec-
ommends It to Cure
for the Hawaiian Islands
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT J
My $10.00 Ilath Tub?, lined with boat
quality, No. 10 ilno, 0 iu. Pipe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood lim all complete. Othor
dealers oro dumfonnded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Be not deceived, thoso Bath Tubs haye
been sold for $14 until I reduced tho price)
I um prepared to do all work in my line
and guaranteo satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you u uut a pood Job cheap foi Cash,
ring up Tolcphono 844, and I nm your
JAS. NOTT Jb,
Tinsmith A Plumber
Sailors' Home Restaurant
Lu Ilunc Co., Proprietors.
Chicken and Ice Oroam Sundays,
All new, noat and clean. , . .
Board (per month) 317.00
21 Meal TiokotB. 4 08
Single Meal 05
H. HACKFELD & CO."
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Cor. Fort ond Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Stroots.