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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 16, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
BUJPREME OOUKr OALENDA.lt
March Term, Beginning Monday,
March 18, 1805.
L Ablo vs. J. P. Montlouca. pell-
tiou for water-way; equity appeal
kept on with tho Syrup and steadily
improved. Soon sue was strong as !
Uniicoc Pni Pont
over, and has since been in the host i VIIUUSI A Ui UllUI
of health and can take any kind of
food. Aftor she has taken the Syrup
only two wooks tho neighbors wero
surprised at her improved nnnear-
from Whiting, J. Castlo and Hatch auco and I told them what had n,v Unntte CaaeMa ufirt. nnin,a,
for plaintiff-appellant; C. Brown for brought it about-that Siegol's Syrup , W HonS6S Seas,(Ifl mi PeDlllSIlIai
mn mm) iionses
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce lo their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Rattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Boom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
I 0. F. Horner et al. vs. Kumuliilii
' et al., water controversy in Lahaina,
Maui;( appeal from H. Dicltouson,
commissioner. Kinney for plain
' tiff; Magoou for defcudants-appol-
l T. L. Hajsolden vs. Wahinoaea;
I "writ of error. O. Brown for plain
I tiff; Nawahi for defendant.
W. H. Cumtnings vs. Niau Iaukoa
' ot al.; writ of error. Aehi for plain
j tiff; Johnson for defendants,
i Alleu & Ilobiuson vs. F. II. Ik'd
! ward t al., assumpsit; exceptions
from uniting, J. Utucli lor plain
, tiffs; Cartor and Kinney for defend
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had douo what tho doctors could
not do. it saved Imr lifn. Vnnrn
truly, (Signed), (Mrs.) Sarah Ann At Special
SiiEAnD, It) Brewery Lauo, Thorn-
hill Loos, near Dewsbury, Octobor
"Tnilnc'iting cause of all this BllUdlng LotS OD LODg ltW
young gins pitHul sutlertng was in-
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Mptuaj. 64fi
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the 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, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
I mont; exceptions from WbitiuL', J.
i Kiuuey for plaintiff; Aclii for do
I fondants appellant.
M. Polapola vs. Maria K. Carr ot
' al., cancellation of deed; equity ap-
poal from Cooper, J. Kane for
plaintiff; Iiobortsou for defendants
appellant. X. C. Willfong, Tax Collector, vs.
Henry West, submission re non-payment
of personal taxes. Attorney
General for olaintiff.
N. 0. Willfong, Tax Colloclor, vs.
E. Kekoa, submission ro non-pay-mont
of personal taxos. Attoruoy
Genoral for plaintiff.
In ro Estato of Kapika Waller,
petition for probato of will; appeal
iromorder of Circuit Judgo Kalua,
refusim; probate. Kinnnvfornronon-
What Droams May Oomo. '
In a recent lecture at tho Royal
Institution, Dr. B. W. Ilichardson '
says that tho sleep of health is j
dreamlo's. "Dreams," says Shakes
peare, "are children of an idlo brain." J
If both the doctor and the poet are
right it follows that idlo brains are J
unhealthy brains. No doubt thore
might bo truth in tho inference, but
that is not quito tho point. Are all i
dreams signs of a diseased condition!
To this the doctor says "No." He
divides dreams into two classes: !
those started by noises or other
causes outside tho sleoper aud thoo
producod by pain, fever, or indigos-1
Horo we iuioct a fact. Wo receive
multitudes of lotters containing this
affirmation, almost in identical
words: "I wan worse timl in the morn-
ing than when I went to bed." To this !
tho doctor has an answor. Ho says, I
" When we feel wearied in thn morning i
very likely it rtaullt from dreams that '
we hav forgotten." Cjuito so.
digestion aud dyspepsia, dropsy
umng one oi us most uangerous
symptoms. It attacks both youth
aud age, its fearful aud often fatal
results boiug due to tho fact that
physicians usually treat tho symp
toms instead of tho diseaso itself.
"A child's dreams," says Dr. Rich
ardson, "are signs of disturbed
. health and should bo regarded with
t- anxiety." Tho same is truo of tho
In Dwlrnltlo location nt WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nnnann Avenne
Information furnished and houses
opened for inspection at any tlnio.
127 tf (Juecii Street.
dreams ot older people Thoy moan
poison in the stomach aud point to
tho immediate use of Mother Soigel's
Beach Residence !
FOK KENT, LEA81: or SALE.
Tba first Coiset in ttao World
for the Money."
Look at Them !
Take Them Home!
Try Them On!
And return them if they don't
SITUATED IK KAPIOLANI PAKK,
next to residence of Jas. 1). Castle, is
for Kent, Lease or Sale; Furnished or On
Idrnlsh?d. Also, for SfTo or Lease
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
8ltuated on Wilder Avcnnf.
For further particular!, apply to
Dlmond Mock, King streot.
Let or Lease !
A Yery GonYenient New Cotttgo
On Wlldr Avenue (near I'ensacolc street),
with all modern improvements, Ser
vants' ltooni, Carriage Honse,
Stables, Etc., Etc. Alio
LAKOE PASTDKE FOK HOUSE.
Also, Family Horn and Oarrlig For Salt
For particulars, Inoulro on lh nre-
I". ill. UUUrI'..X.
raises, or of
1 200-1 w
These Corsets are made in
btylc to fit and suit everybody
and their purses.
They are in forty-seven
Beach Honse To Let!
A FUKVISHE1) HOUSE
XX. Is to let at Walklkli
beach, a few minutes' walkJ
from the tramcar. It has!
Cook Hoaso, Hath House, and Good Be
liathlng. Household Utensils and Dishes
are all complete. Fish pond on premises.
Hooms may bo let, with bathing privileges,
if tho wliolo house Is not taken.
Also, a House above llrst bridge on Nun
Also, a House on loung street.
In ..iCirf. tfin I. a bodily I different styles and range In ! x $&" fifiS&&' town
S tomwffiSg'SSS'rt !h uffi l)riCC frm l t0 $5 l)Cr lah'- 22! UjntSt
calling, but obliges him to labor all
niiht uudor a montnl atimulus of
which ho knows nothing save by its
resulting exuaustion. i nose un-' rni pnnf i, hnnfon
hannv wretches toil harder, there- lilcy cau l be ucatcn.
Ask to ece tho Extra Long
Waist Soxxkttk for $2.25.
SOLK AGENTS FOIt
Qolcien. Gate Flour,
Fort & Q,-a.een. Streets
P. 0. BOX 481
-MUIUAIi TELE. 407
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
0. N. WILCOX President.
J. F. HACKFELD Vice-President.
T. MAY Auditor.
E. BUHK Seontary and Treasurer.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being completed, we aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Nitrate of Soda,
fore, for no compensation, when they
aro ill, than theV have to do to earn
a living when they aro well. What
an infernal and frightful fact I And I
this too without taking into account
their physical suffering at all times.
"Night,,rsaid Coleridge, "is my holl." I
From ono of tho letters referred j
to we quote what a woman says of :
hor daughter: "She wax worse tired j
in a morning than when she went to
bed." Poor girl. Thoso "forgotten
dreams" had tossed her about as a '
ship is tossed iu a tempest. Night
was hor day of labor. ,
Tho mother's simple talo is this:
"In Juno, 1890, my daughter Ann
Elizabeth became low, woak, and !
fretful, aud complaiuod of pain iu ,
tho chest aftor eating. Next hor j
stomach was so irritable that sho j
vomited all the food sho took. It
was awful to boo her heavo and
strain. For throe weeks notbiug i
passed through her stomach oxcept ,
a little soda wator and lime water.
Later on, hor foot aud legs began to
Bwell aud puff from dropsy. Sho
was now pale as death aud looked '
3 though she had not a drop of :
blood in hor body, and was always ,
cold. Month after month draggod
by and sho got weaker ovory (lay.
Sho could not walk without sup
port, for she had lost tho proper i
use of hor legs, and hor body sway
ed from sido to side as she moved, i
"A doctor attended her for twelve r
months, and finally said it was no
use giving her any more medicine, as ,
it would do no good. Iu May, 1891, (
I took her to the Dowsbury lutirinvi
ary. Sho got no better thore, and I
thought I was surely going to lose
hor. She was thou thirteen jears of
"(Juo uay a lady (Mrs. Liigutollor)
you can't got Corsets
enough, remember you
can get the Sonnkttk with
Should you want a Corset
with Real Whale Bone,
get the Sonkette.
RSl Anyway come in and
JEW COTTAGE ON
1 Thurston Avenue.
i-argo i.oi nicety iaiu out. i
For Sale, some Ferns, and I
Hanging Duckets. Also Carrlane Horse.
1231-lw II. I. LILLIK.
street. Annly to
j, .it. .ncuiitvoici,
1270-tf (Jnecn street.
BOOHS AND BOARD.
Jose Do Espinto Santo,
Guitar M$ Maker
Taro Patch & Ukulele Guitais
Mado ot Hawullan Wood.
130 Fort Street. Opposite Club Stables.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmoros, Serges,
White Linens, Etc
TOOMS AND IIOAHI)
XV (or a few persons can lo
had at Ilunlwal, on the Wai
klki bench. I
W. S. MAKTLKTT.
Cottauo. all modern
ltuprovuments, with Stable, i
llarn and Servants' ituom '
on premises, on KInaii street, one block
from horse-cars. For particulars apply to
N S. SACHS,
IffiM-tl ti Fort street.
MIK "ALMA COTTAGE" A'?
X at the terminus of thei
trumcars, Walklkl. I)t hasl
a frontak't) on the sea sult-l
ablo for batliliiK purposos. The House is
commodious, situated on u well Improved
lot containing Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
For particulars Inuulre of
12t!o-lm O. E. BOAKDMAN.
JL premises situate on tho
east side of the old Maklkl
playground, formerly occtt-l
tiled by A. Qartenberj,', Ksq,
ings are modern and commodious and tho
spacious grounds aro Jnld out iu fruit and
ornamental trees. Easy terms to a desira-
bio tenant. For further particulars nleaso
Sneclai atlenllou ulven to Analysis of
All Goods nro guarauteud iu every respect.
Soils by our Agricultural Chemist.
called at my shop ami seeing bow SuitS Made to Ol'dOl 4?t00O Ul-OilU,
bail my daughter was, spoke of a
n (.a 'a f.. I1N MIMIItT NII'IMIll.' 1-1 . -3t.4
For further particulars apply to
Paoiflo G-'ao & Fertilizer Co.,
1)11. W. AVKIIDAM, Mnnai;er.
mediulno called Mother Seitrel's Cu
rati.ve Syrup, aud persuaded us to
try it. I got a bottle from tho
Tnornhill Loos Co-operative Storos,
and sho began taking it. In two
days sho found a little relief; the
sickness was uot so frequout. She
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- 16 Nuuanu Streot.
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