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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 25, 1895.
X.OOAX. AND OKNKBAX.
is a sorrel horse
HOSPITAL FLOWER MISSION.
W. S. T.iico has a now notice in
this paper, calling for claims against
Proceedings of the Annual Keating
Thanks to Friends.
Last Thursday afternoon, 21st
inst., the annual meeting of tho
Hospital i lowe
New Goods! -:- New Goods!
Quilts And tnosnuito nuts to
..lt 1 f 1-1. 1.. .Hnninl.
your nigius comiurwiuiu iu ojiuv.iai-
IzeU.by li. l lSlilors uo.
uie. mu tnu'iicomuuii iu iiiu uu
Loo Kou, Chtuoso clerk in the sonco of tho President, Mrs. Swanzy.
er Sociotv was hold iu
the Y. M. 0. A. i
It was presided over by Miss Lew- ;
ors, tho vice-President, in tho nb-!
JUST OPENED AT
Tax olllco. took tho oath to tho
Constitution of Hawaii to day.
"Sonnotte, tho host corset iu tho
world for tho money," is tho text of
J. J. Egau's present announcement.
A desortor from the ship Keuil
worlh was captured yostorday at
Kahuku, tho other sido of this island.
There will bo a meeting of tho
Hawaiian Republican Club at Am
erican League hall at 7 o'clock to
morrow o veiling. -
Tho contract to print Vol. 9, Su
premo Court Roports; has boon
nwardod to Kobort Grievo at .?2 a
page including binding.
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Ntiuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents por night; $1 nnd $1.25 per
On Thursday, Fob. 23, Lwis J.
Levey will sell at public auction, nt
10 a.m., a largo ajsortmout of raro
ferns, pinos, fruit trees, etc. Parti
culars in issue to-morrow.
A voto of thanks was passed to
Mrs. Irwin for her muuificont do
nation of two hundred and fifty
dollars; to Mr. Herbert for a gift of
chrysanthemum plants and seeds;
to Mrs. Thomas Brown and Mrs.
Lewors for their kind weekly supply
of flowers, aud also to those good ,
friends who occasionally have sent
tho beautiful blooms of their gar
dens (o cheor tho sick and alllicled.
Mrs. Swaezy was re-elected Presi
dent, Mis3 Lowers, vico-Prosideut,
and Miss von Holt, Treasurer. Miss
Jordan retired from tho secrotary-,
ship and Miss Finder was elected
1 iu her place.
Miss Uustaco and the Missos i
Parke, Mrs. Oilman aud Miss Piuder
I are tho Flower Committee for this
1 quarter, aud will bo thankful to any I
1 one who can send a few flowers to
, tho Hospital any Wednosday about
' 9 o'clock in tho moruiug. Notwith
standing Mrs. Lowers' generous sup- j
ply of flowers during tho past year
it "has somotimes proved impossible
to provido even two blossoms for
each sufferer, owinrr to tho scarcity .
and consequent high price of llowors
JNT. S. S-A-OHS'
520 Fort St,
I . ATEST N( ) VELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades u( Tnn In all sites.
Just tho thing for rld'rttf or tor thort people. We hnvo thorn In nil sizes.
Mullor, Crnuston and Johnstone, hist now. also to tho lame uumbor
tho political exdoa i deported to lint- 0j pntj0I)ts last week thero woro
isu Columbia uy mo a a. warnmoo, 80vouty-eight.
are suiug mo (jauauiau Australian
Steamship Company for $50,000
. Tho Chief Justice is annoyed at
tho blacklisting of clerks in tho
Judiciary Dopartmont for disloyalty.
Ho is conGdont of tho loyalty of all
Wo would liko to thank Mr.
Eckardt, and tho nurses, most cor-'
dially for tho pleasant way iu which i
they mako work easy for tho distri-1
butors aud tho kindly wolcomo thoy
give whou thoy chance to meet
employees both to tho Republic nnd The society buys hair a dollars
to the Courts. worth of ilowera each week, but as
, .. . . 7, . i i ' tho members aro anxious to savo
United Carriage Company a stand, mono lo omJow a bod, tho cost of
bosidos having superior hacks al-. whicb would be six thousand dollars.
ways roady at tno call oi an, xur- and th Lnvo onl Bix hundred and
ntshos fluolivoryputCtsattho8hort-Bixly.8ix in hand it W0llld nol bo
ost notice-good horses and nico car- COU8jdt.rale ot ti,0 committoo to ask '
nagos, from buggy to wagonette. for more i
Thero will be a mootine this even-, I" view of this wo would liko, to
iug at 7:30 at Y. M. C. A. parlors, for suggost to our readers mat uy giving
nlfintorosted in lawn tennis, to con- no dollar a year (which constitutes
sidor the advisability of holding a i
tournament. Players from tho U.
S. S. Philadelphia aro invited to be
G. R. Harrison,
New Hand Bags, Now Buckles,
New Jot Trimmings, New
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
What Shall We Drink?
practical piano I
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work ,
guaranteed to rw the am a don
In factory. I
tnembarshinl. or bv snarini? a few
llowors from their gardons, thoy can
give pleasure to mauy weary suffer
ers and help on tho enlargement of
If you want your watcn repaired. ; discharged from
ll you want jowoiry mauo up neaiiy. woro thought to
XI VUU HUl QUUVUUH OJJUUMD) Ul V
thing in tho jewelry lino. H. G.
Biart, at 0. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
nor fc Co.
At 12 o'clock noon to day tho fol
lowing list of names was handed to
Captain Scott with instructions to
hand it to Jailor Low. The list con
tained names ot prisoners who are
tho recent uprising. They aro James
K. Kaulia, John Richardson, W. H.
Daniels, W. H. Kealakai, Georgo
Carson Kouyon, J. K. Kaunatnauo, i
W. H. Knpu and Frank Mahuka.
Tho men wero let out at 1 o'clock. '
Whalemen Discarded Their Floating
Abodo for Torra Firma.
Tho oxposuro to all sorts aud con
I ditions of woather that a lumberman
is called upon to ouduro in tho
camps often produces sevoro colds
j which if not promptly checked, re
1 suit iu congestion or pnoumouia.
, Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-mauager of
, the Fort Bragg Red, wood Co., an
immenso institution at rort iiragg,
A GOOD NIGHT'S Best
is only to bo obtained in a
bed covered by one of our
EVEN" then you can not
bo entirely happy unices shel
tered from the terrors of the
You can't shoot them, and
you can't catch them ; so the
best plan is to let them fret
I themselves to death in a vain
endeavor to get at you
through one of our 90-lNCII
IU BIU - WW-. - 1 - . -W a, w-- - i
custody. They YYlUrJi and IU IAKIJ& long
bo implicated in
If there is any house in
town that has a nico lino of
Tho captain of the steam whalor
Belvedere, lying at anchor outsido
tho harbor, is experiencing no end
of trouble with his men. who persist
in making attempts to desert tho , Cal., says thoy sell largo quantities
ship. Ono man swam ashore tho . of Chamberlain's Cough Iietnody at
othor night but was cauaht and ira- tho company's store aud that he has
prisoned at tho Police Station and himself used this romedy for a severe '
Bsbeloro is roady to leave for tho This medicine prevents any teudoncy t a1-1, jou lo mij it,m.
north. Some time last night au-1 of a cold toward pneumonia and in-1 ,-,,-, -o -, . T Tnrs
other sailor slipped ovorboard nnd sures a prompt recovery. For sale j CllJiiAL CrALIGOo,
wo most assuredly claim to be
that house. "We have them ;
! they arc perfect beauties. A
look is all that is needed to
swam ashore. Ho had on a life belt
which ho discardod on arriving near
tho wharf. It was found by Super
intendent Paul Smith of the drodgo
near whero tho dredge is working.
The naino Belvedoro is on tho bolt.
Tho mon aro taking groat risks iu
swimming ashoro from whero tho
steamer is lying, tho locality being a
hotbed of sharks. It must bo about
a milo from tbo roof.
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
by Bonsou, Smith Co., Agents for
A LI. PKMS0NS HAVING
XJl nunliibt the uiulerslcooil,
HCcurctl or unttccurot, nru requested to
nrrncnt them to him on or heforn March 1,
WX. W. 8 1.UC K,
I O. Ilox 370
Honolulu, i'oh. 2 lbO.5. lLTi-.lt
Hal Repubahka Hawaii.
There will be a mooting of tho
parishioners of St. Andrew's Catho
tlral this ovouing, at 7 o'clock,
in the Sunday School Room for tho
election of church wardens, rocoiv-
ing roports, etc. It is hopod thero ' Feb. J, 1895, at 7 o"o!ock, at the American
THE AU0VE OI.UDWII.IiMKETTO-
J. MOltltOW (Tnetday) BVKNINO,
will bo a full attendance.
In a rocont oditorial tho Salom,
Oregon, Independent says: "Time
anil again hnvo we seon Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy tried and never
without tho most satisfactory re
sults. Whenever wo ceo a person
afllictod with horsouess, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably adviso thorn
February, 23 1893.
is another thing that we ex
pect to sell a large quantity
j of during this week ; we must
t rS SLOWLY, but cer
i tainly SURELY, tho people
aro finding out that when it
gets to Prices and Qualities,
we aro leading all.
B. P. EULERS & CO.
When tho rays of Old Sol are boiling down at a. ninety de
gree rate, tho nir like the breath of a furnaco and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural dosiro of tho average human is
to drink. Hut, what to drink? There's the question.
The serious o licet of an ovcr-indulgcnco in ice water is well
known. Tho thouennd and one cheap gnsey hovoruges aro known
to he more or less injurious to the health, while thn mineral
waters of known purity unci hcalthfulncss aro n luxury hoyond
tho reach of hut few. What shall we drink?
A hevcnigc to meet the rcquiicmeuts, must, llrst of all, bo
absolutely pure nnd non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal clement to counteract tho c fleets of the heat and keep tho
blood pure nnd tho stomach healthful. Iu order to bo pnlat
ublo aud refreshing, it should ho sparkling nnd ell'ervcaccnt.
Last hut not least, it must bo economical and within tho reach
of all. A bevcrngo that fully meets all of tho abovo require
ments aud ono that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' HOOT DEER, manufactured by tho Ciias. E. Hikes
it Co., oi Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to bo
free from any deleterious substance aud absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while nil physicians ncknowledgo its hoalth giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetizing flavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
elforvcsccnco, and is without a peer as a refreshment,
A package from your storekeeper will mako live gallons ot
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? There are many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIKES' ROOT IJEER ofiorcd for salo which should ho
"Wo have used your Root Beer for over a year and find it
delicious and healthful. We would not liko to bo without it a
singlo day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Mits. F. II. Cl.AitK,
7.15 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo have used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Beer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myself aro
total abstainers, drinking nothing hut Hires' Root Beer.
Miciiaki. Kei.i.y, 10 Wutor St., Wnltham, Mass., U. S. A."
IIobrox Drug Company Wholesale Druggists
j Beksox, Smith & Company " "
Holuster Ditua Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
HONOLULU IRON WORKS 00.
A T THi: ANNUAL
21 this Company held nt t
rm it i if... r. r I i.l
to got Chamberlain's Cough Rome-' Instant, the following oiileer were ulecttnl
dy; nnd when thoy do, thoy novor tor tho oiwaln year, vi.i
Ihu Ollice nt
on the UU
recrot it. It always does tho work,
mid does it well." For salo by Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tbo
If you are out of BUI Heads, Ltller
Heads, do., we can supply them.
l'reslilunt. Then H. Davlca,
Vice President K. M. Swnnzy,
Treasurer w. ii. nuini,
Secretary K. W. HnhUnrtli,
Auditor T. It. Keyworth
M. W. HOLDSWOKTH,
Honolulu, Kob. 10, 1693. Iai7-3t
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 00.
ADIVIDKNI) ON ST001C IS8UKI)
lirlor to January 1. lh'JS, is due nnd
iiayalilo nt the Ollice of the Coiuimuy ou
Houolulu, Feb. 20, 1603. 1208-lw
EDISON'S KINETOSOOPE !
FOR TEN CO) (KXISYOUOAKSKK
the Urenteat Marvel of Science.
TO-l)AY-"Tho BoxliiK Cnts"
ttf Subjects changed dally nt Halt
& Comimny'a, Hotel street. Kxhlbitloii
hours'. Da, m. to Or. m. l'JSMf
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
K Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These arc beauties.
FRESH GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed l'aluta, Oils nnd Varnishes, Brushes, Carrhigo Whips,
I OarloolirLe-u.m Avenarius
FOR I'RESERVINO WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
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