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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 8, 1893.
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j-jwMiSQnerVial will ptWe their neri?
Stop That Cough. !
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
523 Fort Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquor, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Golden Gate Jflovir,
Fort &D 0,13.33X1 Streets
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it la the
FOIt SALE BY TUB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents (or the Hawaiian Inland.
If your subscription h expired now
it a Bond time tn renew il
P. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Safe Deposit Investment Co.
NO. 403 FOItT BTIIKET.
SAFES of Various Sites for Kent
I i.. ii. n xrni. n- vA
MU VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until -J r. m. except on Saturdays, when
they will be closed at 2:30 r. u.
BV-WE Hny Mid Sell Frst-ulaaa
STOCKS and BONUS and make ad
varices on tame.
InEG TO NOTIFY MY OLD OUS.
t uners and ilm puhlio gonerally that I
am now connected with MoHiirs. W. t).
Peacock A Co., and shall he pleased to re
celvo orders on their accounts. To ophono
40. P, O. llox Ml W. B L1I0E.
Hoiinlu'u, Feb. 21, 18'5. LXKMv
REFORM J Oil RUSSIA.
Proposition toOivo tho People a Little
Show of Liberty
A short tiniM ago. a London paper
published tlio outline of a scheme
for creating a constitution for llm
sia, in view of tho young Czar's pro
fessions of liberalism, on his acces
sion; but, his recent deliverances on ;
autocracy have, nut a diiTorcut com
ploxion upon this matter. Tho docu
ment ha been I'irctilatcd anions tho
Liborals, Radical, ar.d lxtremistsof
Russia, but il is not likely that auy
favorable ollieial attention will he
given to a movement of tho kind fur
many years to come. If, however, it
originates with a sincere desire for
genuine reform, and this view of the
matter can gradually bo impressed
upon tho miud of tho new Czar,
there may come, at no very distant
date, some valuable concessions to
tho cause of national and individual
liberty. Theproject contains ninety
three paragraphs, and tho impor
tance of some of them can be ap
praised only when wo remember tho
restrictions which are placed upon
homo life in Russia. For example,
ono paragraph claims the right of
every adult citizen to choofo his
place of residence, his mode of life,
to exprcsshis opinions, and to con
vene meetings and form pour ties of
every kind for the purpose of attain
ing common ends. To tiuglish ears
that seems an iuuocout demand, but
in liussia tho open advocacy of it
would no doubt be considoro.' a
A gravo blot upon official life in
Russia at present is that every subor
dinate has to blindly carry out the
orders of his superior, oven though
knowing them to bo il'egal. With a
view to romovo this evil a paragraph
runs to this effect: "Orders issued
by Ministers aro obligatory only so
farastheyaroin accordance with tho
law and do not encroach upon tho
powers of tho officials or bodies to
whom they aro addressed." It is
also provided that no official or
private person shall be entitled to
plead 'not guilty for having carried
out an illegal order at the command
of the Council of Ministers, of bis
immediate superior, or any other
official. These is nothing extraor
dinary in tho wish to establish such
a principle as this in tho system of
government, but wo fancy a con
siderable interval will elapse bo fore
, tho existing rules of law aro abro
gated in its favor. There are many
I other provisions of a similar charac
ter, and naturally enough, one aim
! of the scheme is to secure a form of
representative govorumont. And-
. land Herald.
A Paternal Town.
Tho Tillage of -Vuw Hartford, in
, Connecticut, has one matter of town
; pride; tlfe sails of the Vigilant wore '
made there. The duck mills where
I they were made aro tho solo indus-
, try of tho place, and they aro man
aged with a sort of. paternalism. '
For fully two generations it has
been the custom of tho managors to
look after the comfort of tho em
ployes in a variety of littlo ways on
' tho thoory that bettor work and
! moro of it is produced thereby. One
i of tho patornal institutions that has
, been established is tho "potato bell."
, At ll:JiO o'clock every morning tho
big bell of tho mills rings loudly.
This is tho "potato boll."
, The wives of tho workmeu know
i that when that boll rincs it is time
to put tho potatoes on to boil for !
dinner. No workman's wifo would ,
think of putting on tho potatoes i
until the bell rings, and as a conse
quent dinners aro alwajs on timo
when the men reach homo. There ,
is no excuse therefore for any man
being late on returning to work .
whon tho noon spell is ended. Tho
watchman of the mill is compelled
to ring tho bell every hour of tho
night to malto sure that ho is awake
and doing his duty. Nobody in the
village is disturbed by tho night
bell, it is said, although visitors '
aro kopt awako by it Philadelphia I
Read tho following extract from a
letter of Chan. M. Gut fold, of Heed-1
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: ,4lt is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
use of Chamberlain's Cough remody
I was relieved of a vorv aovoro cold, i
My head was completely stopped up (
and I could not Bleep at night. I
can recommend this remody." A
cold nearly always starts in tho head ,
and afterwards extends to tho throat '
and lungs, By using this remedy '
freely as booh as tho cold has boeu '
contracted it will cure tho cold at
once and prevent it from extending
to tho lungs. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown iV Kubey,
at No. 1. Masonic Temple; there you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
aud Iwatches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown it Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
A Cure Seldom Equalled in Med
1 1 jOnHBiQSBHHHrQKInHQHfiBSHfffyfv l
Long Reach, ChI.
Over all dUcutescuii-odhy or arising
from Impure blood, Hood's Sarcnpii
till.'i seems to hnvo almost magical con
trol. Even where till kind of treat
ment utterly fail, Ilood'n Snrsupiirlllii
accomplishes the mo-t remarkable
cures. In illiistr.ittou of thN, please
read tho following fnuil; letter ot Mr.
Freeby, voluntarily endorsed by the
Postmaster mid Druggist of the (own:
"My wlto sprained her ankle ten yean
ago. It apparently got well to all outward
appearance, it being a littlo larger than
tho other ankle, but in a low monthi
Hood's S Cures
three, aorc broke out on l.cr knee, her
ankle, and foot. They becamo
Large Running Ulcer
and tho doctor could not do anything to
help. I then took my wife to tho hospital
and tho aurgcona scraped all tho flesh
round tho sores, and aald they would get
well. They almost healed up, but aoon
two littlo specks came, ono on each sldo of
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLFSALE AGENTS.
Tiie Hawaiiia imw Co,, LM ' Baldwin. Locomotives.
NIGHT TRAFFIC IS NOW KESDMED
on tho old time tcliedulc,
I jist car leaves I'nlauia f r Wulklkl 0:t7
J-iU enr leaves l'ularrn for Town and I'll
nation, via King street, 10:17 p. in.
Last car leaves Wollokl forralama, 10:10
Last car leaves Fort street for Walklkl,
10:flp in. '
Saturdays, 11:3 p. in,
Last car leaves Fort street for I'ulaina,
Last car leaves Nununu Valley tor Town
and I'unahou, 10::S0 p. in.
Last car leaves l'uiialiou for Town and
Nmmnn Valley, 9:60 p. in.
Last car leaves (uceii street for Nuuanu
Valley, 10:1 1 p. in.
.Last car leaves Town for I'unahou via
Ilcrutania street, 10:15 p. in. 1277-lw
The Best Lunch in Town.
re. and Ootttm
IT ALL nOCS.1
I'HK FINElST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
1LWAYS ON UAHD,
H. J. JTOT.TB3. FrojD.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails I
Hauor Brunnon I
Fredericksburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and llest Quality.
Southwest Corner. King & Nuuanu Bta.
the first aore. The doctors said they
would not amount to nnythln", but In a
few days they turnedout to he moro ulcere,
and In a short tlmo they hid atcn Into
tho original Horoimd made a largo wound.
Tho ourgeon mxt decided that an
Oporatlon Must Bo Pcr'otmod.
My wife would not coiiHvut to thlt. I wax
about dhconrnged and decided to havtihrr
try alKtttuo( llood'-tFariiparIlln. Hc-aldcs
giving her this incdcluo wo bandaged tier
foot In Ntcepcd leave and roota and con
tinued this treatment for live month. At
the end of that tlmo alio had taken eleven
'bottle of flood's Harxaparllla, tho sores
'were all healed and alio Is perfectly well.
My wifo in ft! years old and Is In tho best
of health." Joseph C. Frkkhy, Long
of Long Reach, Cal., says ho know n Mr.
Freeby to Ik a man of his word, and he
believes his itatcment to bo strictly true.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable, and
carefully prepared from tlio best Ingrcdkott.
The underslgiied having been appointed
Sole Agents for (be Hawaiian Islands
rOB Till CBI.RHRATKH
FllOM THE WOUK8 OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUE NOW MANUFACTUHING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number ot which havo recently been
received at theso Islands, and wo will havo
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
Tho Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero hut Is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sola Agents lor (be Hawaiian Islands.
THE ANNUAL MBEriNCl OF THIC
Stoukholdeis of tho Iium Island
Steam Navioatiow Co.. tL'd.j, will bo
held at the Olllco of tho Company, on
TUESDAY, March 10. tH'K, at 10 o'clock
a. u. w. H. Mclean,