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TUB DANA' BULLETIN, MARCH 12, 181)5.
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Pioneer Furniture House
ffiSTBLieSHESD 1 SB.
Just Received per Bark "C. D. Bryant' '
The Largest Stock
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
JS'IR.OIM: SS5 00 UP.
Also ik Tlnn l-ot or CHIFFONIERS of the Latest Deolgni and Patterns.
Speuial Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Koll ol 10 Yards. $12.00.
A.nd a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
B TELEPHONE IT
Stiocemors to 0. K. Williams.)
d09 AND 611 KING STREET
Stop That Cough !
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
6S3 Fort, Street,.
will tell you
it ia the
FOIt BALK 11V THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tf your subscription hat expired now
a ifood tim to renew O
20 lbs. &
of Bedroom Sets !
316 Fort Street.
P. C. JONES.
C. A. JONES.
Safe Deposit s iDvetment Co.
NO. 408 FOHT BTHEET.
SAFKS of Various Bites for li.ent
by the Month or Yesr.
IA- VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 r. m. except on Buturdnys, when
they will be closed at 2:30 r. m.
wwk-AYE lluy Mid Sell
STOOKB and HONDS and
values on tame.
I1IEO TO NOTIFY WY OLD Cus
tomers and the publla generally that I
am now connected with Messrs. W. 11.
Peacock & Co , and shall be pleiued to re
ceive orders on their accounts. To unbone
40. 1. O. Itox Nil W. B. LUCE.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 185. VXShvi
BERIGULTUKE IN AUSTRALIA. '
Invostljatlons by Statesmen Havo
Mr Tavernor, llio Victorian Mm
i inter for Works and Agriculture, ac
companied 1 y Mr. Martin, tho
Undersecretary of his department,
and Mr. Harrio Wood, Under- pecre
, tary of tho Departmntit of Minos
i and Agriculture iu this colony, ro
i turned to Svdnoy yontnrday after
noon from Boor a I, where ho hn
boon making an iuspeitionof tho
farm recently established by tho
Government for experiments in silk
worm cultivation. Thu laud com
prised in tho farm includes about
7a., and is leased by the Stato from
tho A. A. Company for a period t
three years, this particular spi t bo
ing elioi.Mi for tho purpose owing to
tho fact that many years ago it was
the site of an unsuccessful attempt
at soricultiirc, and thus contains a
i certain number of mulberry tree',
upon which it was possible to feed
tho worms at the outset, instead of
keeping tho more advanced stages
of tho industry in abeyance until
such times as uew trees could bo
lanted. New trees, of course, have
eon planted since the Government
amo Into possession ol luo place.
and' these, under tho care of Mr.
Brady, tho export in charge of
tho establishment, aro evidently
i going to do much better than tho
, old ouos did. Four students, three
ladies and ouo male, aro at present
' carupvd on the farm, and for their
. convenience, and that of future stu
donts, Mr. Caruell is orccting a work
room about a mile away, capable of
affording accommodation for more
, than twico the number of workers
already employed. This building
will bo leased to the Government '
for tho present, and eventually, if
tho industry proves a success, tho
owner purposes carrying it on him
self. Tho trees growing on tho.
Government farm aro what is kuowu
as the whito mulberry, or, more par
' Insularly, the rose-leaf mulberry, this
, variety being considered tho most. '
suitable for tho district.
I Mr. Taveruer aud Mr. Martin
both speak highly of all thoy
t saw during their visit, and are
so confident of tho future of suii
j culture in Australia that they aro
, returning to Victoria, bent upon
establishing similar farms under
I the auspices of their own Govern
ment. On this poinit may bo
added that whilst the death rato of
i tho worms iu Italy amounts to 'M
porcout. it has been proved that iu ,
this colony only 2 percent of tho ,
worms dio annually. This morning
Mr. Tavoruor ami Mr. Martin will
I call upon Mrs. Sanger Evans, with a
view to eliciting from her iuforma-:
tion as to tho work done by tho Seri
culturo Association of New South '
! Wales. Thus thoy liopo to carry
brick to Melbourne with them tho
information that they camo especial
I )y to seek; and in addition to a
I knowledge of tho silkworm question,
they have incidentally acquired au
insight into the growth of broom
; millet and its manufacture into
American brushes, which is success
fully carried on iu a couple of fae-
tories and many private homes iu
tho neighborhood of Raymoud Ter
i race. This shrub, as well as tho
mulberry, they propose to introduce
under Stato patronage iu thoir own
colony. Sydney Teh graph .
Shocked Her Sense of Propriety.
"These newspaper reporter," said
Mrs. Brazzles. "oucht to ho stouned
tmtn anoin' tl.nt .., l. !... !....
elected to couBress get admitted to
the bar first tliinp." "I don't see
auy objection to that," replied her
husband. "Why, it's a disrespectful
misrepreseutation, that's what it is.
Anybody knows that people kin walk
right into tho bar without boiu' ad-
!.....! -n! ill, i .
milieu, r irai luintr vou Know rueso
, hotiso restaurant is a speakeasy
sotuothin'." iriif;foi Star.
Read tho following extract from a
lotter of Ghas. M. Gutfold, of Heed-!
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: -'It is with
pleasure 1 tell you that by one day's
uso of Chamberlain's Cough remedy
I was reliovod of a very sovoro cold.
My head was completely stopped up
and I could uot sleep at uight. I
can recommend this remedy." A
cold nearly always starts in tho hoad
and afterwards extends to tho throat
aud lungs. By using this remedy
freely as soou as the cold has been
contracted it will cure tho cold at
onco aud prevent it from extending
to tho lungs, For sale by all dealers.
Bonsou, Smith ft Co., agents for tho
HE ANNUAL MMKTINO OF THE
Stockholders of the myn Ui sn
8tkm Nviustion (Jo.. (Iil.j, will be
held at the Olllco of tho Company, on
TUESDAY, March 10. 18-rt. at lOoVloik
a. m. W. H. McLEAN,
The Daily Bulletin, 60
month, delivered by enrritm.
A Gloomy Prospect Changed to
Brightness and Health
Dyspepsia and Kidney Trouble Perfectly Cured by
(ioul hea'.'.h you cannot have without
jmni boo.l; therefore, to keep well, puri
fy your bloot by taking Hood's S.irsv
partita. This medicine Is peculiarly do
signed to act upon the blood, and through
that upon all tho organs aud tissue of tho
body. It lias a t pccillc action also, and as
sists nature to expel from the system all
humors, Impure particles and effite matter
through the lungi, liver, bowels, kidneys
and skin. It effectually aids weak, Im
paired and debtlttatcd organs, Invigorates
the nervous system, tones tho digestion
and im.uris now life and energy to all the
function of the body. A peculiarity of
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is that tt strengthens
and builds up the syiloni while It eradi
cates disease. Thus It Is that nervous
ness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and
general debility alt disappear when Hood's
Sarsanarllla Is persistently taken, and
strong nerves, sweet sleep, strong body,
sharp appetite, and In a word, health and
happtnes, follow the use of Hood's Sarsa
parilla. What more need be said? If you aro sick
or run down, Is It not the iiicdlcino for
you? Others have taken It and found It
not wanting. Among these may bo men-
ttoiud M. T. DmincU of Honolulu, II
who Interesting letter follows:
" Honolulu, II. I., March 3, 1691.
" O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mae.:
"Dear Sirs: I have bmi Intending to
wrlto you a few line In regard to Hood'n
ttarsaparllla. For tho paht six or pcvcii
ycarB I have been trouMad with a lame
back, more especially In tho morning,
after five or six houm hi bed. Finally, on
June 1'J, 1S92, 1 had to call In n doctor, and
after an examination ho pronounced the
case to bo Hrlght's dlsenito of tho kidneys.
Well, after n month's doctoring I went to
the country, and took several bottles of
medicine. I eamtiback to town in Decem
Looking Bod and Fooling Worso.
I called In another doctor, who, after an
examination, also pronounced It Bright'e
HOBHON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AUENTS.
Tm Hawaiian Tramway Co., L'd ; Baldwin IflCOfflOtiYeS,
NIGHT T1UFFH) 18 NOW KK8UMED
on tho old tluio K'hediilc,
Iast car Ivnvcs I'alama f.r Wulklkl 0:17
! Lat car leaves l'alniru for Town and Pu
imliou via King street, 10:17 p. m.
Last car luuves Wnlklkl for I'alama, 10:1U
Last car leaves Fort street for Waikikl,
' B.iurdajn..ili5p. m.
niSTpnV. ' '
j,a,t car'ieaves Nuuann Valley for Town
and I'utiabou, lu;30 p. in.
, La.t car leaves I'mmliou for Town and
. Nuuann Valley, U:W p. m.
..Last car leaves Qaecn street for Nuiianu
Vnll.. ln 14 ii. ii.
Last car leaves Town for l'linaliou vlu
Ilcrotania street, 10: in p. m. l-'77-lw
The Best Lnnch in Town.
von. a.zici Oonttt
T lU. UOCES
I'Uh FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
tLWAVS ON UANI.
EL J NOLTE, Prop.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystor Oocktaila I
Bauor Brunnen I
Frodorlckaburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
, Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
Southwest Corner King & Nuuann Sis.
dheaie cf tli V. ln"yi, and jtavu mo the
cheering lnfr""in;lm that with care I
mli: lit boon t!u top of the ground for n
ntimlicr of mouth longer. Dot h doctor,
by tho way, nro considered hero to bo' A
No. 1.' Iu January, 1SB3, 1 had dyspepsia
nml a poor nppctlte, could cut llttlo oc
nothing but what cnUHcd great distress,
felt ni though I had eaten small blocks or
stones, and also hud headaches and dizzi
ness. Iu February I was no better, and
In March commenced taking Hood's Sar
saparilla. Tho first bottlo used
Cloarocl My Hoad
and before tho second bottlo was used up
tho dyspepsia had followed the head trou
ble. Altogether I lnv taken seven bot
tles and they worked wonders. I have not
tnken any since la.st July. Thu dropiy In
my tcct, nml legs has all disappeared. On
i tho 22d of last October I went to work
again, after being laid up for sixteen
months, and now I feel better in every
way than I havo for tho past eight years.
I Honostly Bollovo
It Is Hood's Sarsaparilla that has helped
me to get about again. I either did not
havo tho kidney dlBcasu tho doctors said
It was, or Hood's Sarsaparilla has knocked
tho spots out of It. It Is tho best medt-
I clno I have or taken, nml I have taken
almost everything that peoplo have told
mc of or what I thought might help tin-.
My trleiuls here tire surprised to cio mo
nbout again as In former year.
"If there isnnvthlng In t lie foregoing
that you can mike nwnf you croat full
j liberty to do c. as It mltrht h" tho means
of helping omo one as much
In Need of Help -
as I wa. There are plenty of people hem
who can certify to what I have written, as
I havo been hero for tho pat 'JO years.
"I will answer more fully inquiries that
may bo ftddrcsscd to mo or references giv
en, provided stamps aro enclosed. Hoping
this may bo of soma uso to yon or others,
I remain, yours truly, M.T. Donnkll."
II4'a Pill nro hand injile ami perfect
In proportion and apioarance. '-Tic. per box.
The undersipned tiavhiK been appointed
.Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
fon TUB t'EI.KUBATIU
FKOM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for Ihcso Eiiglnes,
of uny size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUFACTURING A
8TYLH OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which hove recontly been
received at those Islands) and we win havo
pleasure, iu furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of name.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over ult other makes Ih known not only
hero but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,;
Bole Anents (or the IIwllin IsUnds.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Afcoontanf, Colli ctor and Copyist.
Onico with 0. 1). ('hate, Safe Deposit liuild
Iik, I0U Fort Street. Telephone 1K.
The Collection ol (lnverninciil. It 1 1 Iu
a specialty. IU75-tf