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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 23, 1895.
or TUB '
It cures Itclilng lm
mors, mill keeps tlio
scalp cool, moist,
healthy, anil frco from
,r, g0 j ost nearly nan or my
that six .. ,-Tit -". Alter
lialr. ami what was wit tui ...,. ..
uslne Acrs Hair Vigor several montlii,
my lialr began to grow again, ami lth tho
natural cowr rwwtvu. a. a.vi tj-
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AVER 4 CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
rp"llereof cheap Imitation". Tlir nam
Vrer la nnmilnmt mi llin wrnri'f r.nnd li
kluwu In tlie Klau ' '"I' oI uur lolllc.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the Kepubllo of Hawaii.
Tho business of tho country '"
Eottliui; into its former groove. Our
gentlomanly drivor has roturnod
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch flics instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consoquonce. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied ovory one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us and we aro in a position to sup
ply a great many moro. Tho people
who from choice or uecossity visited
Waialao during the past two woeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longor woudor at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in the, lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
Eatronago. We will be pleased to
11 all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be puro and
freo from adultoration.
Tim WAIALAE KANUlf.
W. W. AHANA,
333 1Tm-u.ojq.-u. Stxaat.
Bngllsl), Scotch and American Goods.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
IntDil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Cassimores, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, - - 46 Nuuanu Street.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE 1IANDFA0TURER
New Patented Poi Strainer
W" All Orders or Communications
addressed to . O. Hull & Son, L'd.,
iwbo liavo them on sale), or to SI. T.
Bunnell, will receive prompt attention.
Tt . ' , K iT?.7J
MARTIAL LAW IN HONOLULU.
Many Americans Have- Already Of
fered Their Services to the Gov
ernment. Binohamton, N. Y., Jan. 25. The
following letter has boon recoived
from George H. Graves, a former
residont of Blnghamton, but now
living in Honolulu:
"Tho city is under martial law.
All tbo storep, banks, custom-house!,
and post offices aro closed. No
street cars or telephones, no car
riages or hacks aro allowed on the
street. In fact, no one is allowed on
tbo streets without a pass. Nojjoats
aro allowed to como in or go out of
"Nearly all tbo Amoricans havo
offered their servicos to tbo govern
ment, and may bo seen standing on
corners, in citizens' clothes, shoul
dering a gun. Not a foroign govern
mont is reprosonted here bv a man-
nf.tvnr. Trnaiflimt Tlnln nan Iia iaqh
v. ,,.... .v...w w """""" -
on tho palaco grouuds with a belt of
(artrMM.rn.in.1 h(. waist and a
horxo pistol at each side. '
''The government has been afraid '
nf tho Jananoso ioininff with tbo
pniTv9, Aiey bavn h ;ror trou
bles lately, and aro on a strike, and
for tho past week havo been march
' ing on to .Honolulu for satisfaction.
So, yesterday tho government put
500 of them on a steamer, which put
out to sea. Thero are 800 at quaran
tine, all contract laborors.
''This morning tho government
band garo a concert on the palace
grounds. Tuoy played "Snouting
a ir-m a r
the Battlo Ury of Freedom,' 'Tramp,
Trarfp, Tramp, the Boys are March
ing,' 'Marching Through Georgia,'
'Star Spangled Banner,' 'Hail Co
lumbia.' and 'Yankee Doodle.'
Tl.t rn.. 11.- T... ... ir.I.
"Sam Knowlton. It. C. Wilson and
Col. Wilderman, the loaders of tho
revolutionist?, will bo shot as soon
as captured. Col. Wildormau is a
young man of 25, a member of a
very prominent family, and vor
Thero is uo danger of the rebels ,
boiug successful. Thoy aro sur-1
rounded and will havo to surrender
or fight to tho death.
"Yostorday tho surroundiug bill?
were lined with pooplo watching tho ,
uaiiiu. auo ijuiui uuioub uiou ut not
is a tug. Every timo they blow the
whistle tho propeller stops. It goes
faster backward than forward. The '
nozt Bteamor loavos horo Feb. 2,
you will not havo any more nows of
"Kiss Me, Jack, and Lot Mo Go."
Once, long ago, I was witness to a
duel in California. Tho two men
had been bosom friends, but had
quarreled about (of course) a wo-
imr Unli.l i.l vtll?.a lis4l trtr r
brainy, and ambitious. As they stood
in a cloar space among the pine
tr nar SArmono. naln an lHioa.
steady as rocks, weapons m ham,
shining athwart tho lino of vision,
they prosonted a picturo too often
seen in 1850. Tho pistols cracked
almost simultaneously. One man
stood erect, evidently untouched;
the other fell upon his back and lay
straight and still. Seconds, sur
geons, and spectators rusbod to his
side. He was "all thore," mind aa
woll as body. "No, don't disturb
me," ho said coolly to the doctor,
"I'm shot fatally and shall dio in five
minutes. ( Call Jack and bo quick."
Fistol still iu hand, his antagonist
came and bent over his erstwhile
chum. Thoa excitement among the
crowd was intense; tho dying man
alone was calm. "Jack, my darling
old boy," ho said, "forgive mt and
forgive her. Kiss mo and let mo
o." A minuto moro and he was
ead, with Jack lying across his
body, crying liko a baby.
After 1 havo told you another and
vory difforont story, I'll show whero
in they teach the samo lesson.
Thore is no tragedy in this one;
nevertheless it is of wider human in
terest than tho othor. A woman had
been ill moro or less all her life,
The details aro commonplace
enough, nnd yot thoy will appeal to
millions who. caro nothing for tbo
joalousioe of young men in lovo. i
"At times, she says, I suffered
from pains at tho back of tho head,
and a senso of weight, and felt tired
and weary, yet it was not from work
only. I had a strango feeling, too, t
of something hanging ovor me, as of
sotno evil or daugor that I could not i
explain or do'nno. j
"My appetite was variable; somo-1
times I could oat any thing and again '
I could not touch any food at all.
Uul I ifnj never hud up, us it were."
Ploaso note the last senteuco. It
may sfom liko tho weakest but really
is tho strongest point in this lady's
statement. Wo will toll you why in
Sho goes on: "Still I was often iu
misery, but got along fairly woll
uutil August, 181K), when I had a
severe attack of rheumatism. First
tho groat too of my right foot and
tho thumb of my right hand grow
hot and painful. Aftor a time tho
troublo ex'ouded to my back and
hips. I could not straighten inybolf;
I was almost bent double. Mouth
after month I was liko this, getting
little or no sleep at night. Medical
treatment proved of no benefit to
I mo. Iu December, 1891, the pain al
most drove me mud. My faco was
, swollen to nearly twico its natural
size, and my oyes wore so covorod by
tho enlarged lids that I could
scarcely sco. Thero was a constant !
ringing in my ears, and tho doctors
said I had orysipolas. '
1 "For davs and davs I could not '
walk across tho floor, and for some !
timo I was able to tnovo about only i JL JLJL I KJ J KJ JL example of a cheap and un
by taking hold of tho furniture or centered lens. Yoil think VOll iret the same amount of rnlinf
other objects. When all other '
means had been tried and had failed
Mother Soigel's Curative Syrup was
recommonded to me. A singlo bot-
tlo did mo a deal of good. 1 kopt
oq with it, and soon was stronger
and iu better health than for forty
years previously. I still tako au oc
casional dose nuu continue in good
islanding 'my ag ,(48), '
and tho 'chauco of life. I toll ovory-,
nun wlinf it Qtrnrt line flnnn fnr
" "- .-r .. -" -
me, and give you permission to pub-.
lish what I havo Jaid. Yours trulv
(Signed). (Mrs ) Mart Jane Milnes, i
18, Walkor's Buildings, Browery
Lane, IliornhiH Lio, near Dews-1
bury'VorUIre, Oololir 12th, 1802."
Now for tho lesson of both those ,
incidents what is itt This; that it
is not people in dosporato extremi
ties who suffer most. Pain is iu pro
portion to tho resistanco to diseaso.
Thoso who surrender, who aro in
despair, who give up, havo present
punishment largely remitted. Dying
persons are the most comfortable ol
l tt .. .. ... ii..it--
an. xiopeiessness anu dissolution
aummister ineir own anouynos.
Thoso who aro not laid up, who aro
ill, and vot work and struggle, noed
' pity and help. This lady was one,
and to such Mother bcigol
proves a friend.
Thero will bo tho usual baud con
cort at Emma Square this afternoon
otii'SC- Following is tho program:
March V.U7nnton Iosk 8ousa
Ovcrtare-Joitiyn , i-5?PvSI
Waltz- l'opn'nr Bt nlns .: Ilerger
h'cbottlsclie I.lttlo Alabama Coon . Starr
fct. Androw'a Cathedral.
Thore will be a mooting of the
parishioners of St. Andrews Cathe
dral on Monday evening at 7 o'clock
in the Sunday School Iloom for the
election of church wardens, receiv
ing reports, etc. It is hoped thero
will be a full attendance
A Point About Giving
If you have any money to givo to
the poor give it outright. Don't
spend it on a ticket to a charitable
entertainment. Of a dollar spend
. ?r ciarity inai way e poor get
' at)0Ut b fentB.-temon Ulobr.
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HAVING HE
JL crlved Letttn of Administration of
the Estate of Hnnrl O. Metlrew, hereby
lunkct demand upon all persons having
property belonging to sail Estate to de
liver ssmo to him. Notlcu is also hereby
given to all crpilllori of the deceased to
prvent th-lr claims duly anthentlraUd
vf thin ilx month fiom this ilnt".
J. O. tlAHTElt,
Admlnlstra'or, Lns Merchant stnrt.
Uonslulu Jan. 'Jlj lb9 12lMm
HONOLULtl IRON WORKS CO.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OK
this Company held nt the OlUce of
Theo. H. Davles .V Co , Id , on the 4tb
Instant, tho following "IHcerH were elected
for tho ensuing year, viz.:
..Theo H Davles,
. ,.F. M. Swanzy,
W. H. Balrd,
.E. W. Holdsworth
T. Jl. Koyworth
K. W. HOLDSWOBTH,
Honolulu, Fob. 19, 1805. 1LW-31
A MEETING OF THE HHAI1TC.
holdorsof Castle & Cooke. Limitkii
oeiuai tueiroxico tills day, lly-laws were
adopted and the following additional olll
cers were elected as prsvlued therein :
1' Castlo Vloe-Prf sldei t,
Tho Ofllcert nf tho Corporation, whoalui
coiittltuto tho Hoird of Dl'cclorj, are now
J. U. Atliorton President.
O. I. Castle Vice-President,
h I). Tonney Fecretary,
W. A. Uoen Treasnrer,
J. 1) Castle Auditor.
E. D. TENNEY,
Recretsry Costle .t Cooke, L'd.
Honolulu, 11. 1 , Feb. 2i, 18'W. 1208-lw
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Oor. Allen k Fort 8U
from a cheap glass, because it may havo tho same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. See whero tho above
lens focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of tho
mind in an insano person ; yet this is tho general run of
glasses you buy ch ap. IIow long will .your sensitive eve
stand this strain? Why, until
VOU attord to Wear such jrlufrSCH, Simnlv because thev cost
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yOU H nun; lusH vimii uic iieneuLr to, a uiousana limes, jwo.
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YOU COllld Hot if they Were glVCll yoil With a boilllS. We
will not sell
fcuch glasses; would not be guilty of giving
But wo uuarantec to lit every manner of com-
plicated case with the proper
to glVC perfect satisfaction,
HL F. -WIOHM-AJKl",
tw mm ifii .iwi
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O.N. WILCOX President.
J. P. HACKFELD VIco-1'resident.
T. MAY Auditor.
E. BUHH Secretary acd Treasurer,
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI iag c0mpielw, wo aro uow reiy.
l burnish all kinds of " --
ARTIFICIAL FERTIL 1 ZERS
AL80 KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
gW BpH.Ial attention given to Analysis of Bolls by oar Agricultural Chemist.
All Qoodi are guaranteed In every resptct.
For farther particulars
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
wK90tfla&SMJMMMMr k mmwLIV$& wvS 'jjV ?A . . """TIL ft"
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tlio Jllilo Sugar Company, glvca tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by their works at tho commoncomont of tho orop
"During tho past week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 300$
tons. This is fullylO percent moro than tho best work of form or yoars-
"Tho thrco roller mill boing 20 in. by 51 in. und tho two roller mill 30 in.
by CO in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great caso, compared with work on wholo cano, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by tho National Cano Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its uso tho extraction has boon increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cont on all kinds of cano, and in somo cases 80 porccnt has boon reached ;
tho averago boing 75 to 78 porcont, according to quality.
"I continuo to find tho megaes from shredded cano hotter fuel than from
"The shredder has been working day and night for Boven months and has
given mo ontiro satisfaction, having shredded during that timo about soventy
thousand tons of cane, and a largo part of it boing hard ratoous.
"Tho shreddor und ongino require vory little caro or attontion."
Plans and specifications ol tlicso
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Co.
'Household" Sewing Macblner,
Band Swlog Moines, wlib all tbe latest Improvements.
Westermayer's Cottage Plaoos.
Parlor Organs, Guitar;, and otoer Instrument.
is a fair and comprehensive
they aro ruined entirely. Can
4.0 IVT a1 J i "vr
and correctly ground glass, and
AIUrUAIi TELK. id
& FERTILIZER CO.
Nitruto of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Guano ft Fertilizer Co.,
DR. W. AVEUDAM. Manager.
blucudors may bo seen at tho office o
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Bolt JnenU for (As JTavaUnn Jtland.
and Bethel Streets.