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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 28,
asatLiiiir 7" . "" r i r - lilt UMNO HriC H
JFthh Jprarf .F.at7 PACKED IN vehyiadceand jj
j!ty ! OOSi SPECIALLY POP lHDRA'IDbj3
iiPoneTWaj vyil proJe their trenr. j!l!T.il
Stop That Cough !
HOLLISTER DRWG CO.,
523 Fort, street.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SE5.
Just Received per Bark "C. D. Bryant''
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Pricca are a clincher
EROiM S2SOO TJJP.
Also a Fine Lot ot CHIFFONIERS of tho Latest Detlgni and Patterns.
Soecial Feature No. 1
Per Roll of 40
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages 1
wsr TBLEPHONfii 179 &
Successors to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it is the
FOU SALE BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for (he Hawaiian Inlands.
If your subscription has rxpirnl now
U a goml time tn rtnw il.
316 Fort Street.
of' Bedroom Sets;?to,e''-
ed tho ehair of Greek in the Univer-
White Seamless Matting
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Safe Deposits InventmeutCo.
NO. 108 F0KT BTKEET.
SAFES of Various Sizes for Kent
by the Month or Yeir.
-. VAULTS open from 8:30 A. m.
until 4 r, m. cicrp'. on Saturdays, when
thoy will be closed ut 2:30 r. u.
m. WE Huy xnd Boll F.rst-class
STOCKS nnd J1"NI)S and make ad
vances on tnniR.
A Lb l'EK80NS HAVING WIELANI)
Ilcer V ccs In their possession will
ob lex the underslgucd by information in
icgard to same.
O. J. MrOAKTHY,
A OIIEA.T MAM DEAD
Ths Peaceful End of Prof
I'rof .John Si Mart Dlackio died n
Edinburgh m March 2. Ho im?S"il
nwny (uMi-ofid j. II bade farout'll
to his family (ho previous owning,
Raying ho wan perfectly certain that
his ond wan approaching.
John Stuart Blackie, professor of
flreek in tho Uuivorsity of Edin
burgh, sn of a banker in Aberdeen,
was born at Glasgow, in July, 1801),
was educated at Aberdeen and Edin
burgh. During two years passed in
Oottiugeu and Berlin and at Uonm
ho devoted himsolf to the study of
German, Italian and classical philo
logy. Ho was a prolific writer on
abstruse subjects, contributing freq
uently to tho leading magazines.
1811 he was appointed to tho
newly formod chair of Latin Litera
ture in Mariscbal College, Aberdeen,
This post ho held for eleven yearn.
Among other notable writings was a
metrical translation of "Esolijrlus,"
which led to his appointment, in
1852, to the Greek chair in the
University of Edinburgh. This whs
followed by soveral other important
works. Professor Blackie was very
active as a popular lecturer, and
made himself somewhat conspicuous
as an advocato of Scottish national
ity. In tho discussions which pro
ceded tho passing of tho Reform Act
of 18G7 ho took a groat iutorest and
supported tho principles of tho Bri
tish constitution against tho advo
cates of American democracy in a
public debate with Ernest Jouus,
tho woll-known Chartist. Professor
Blackie's argument on "Democracy,"
on thin occasion, was published and
went through six editions in a fort-
His namo is closelv connected
with the movomuut which resulted
in tho abolition of the Test Act, re
quiring tho professors of tho Scot
tish uuU entities to be members of
tho established Church. In 1870 he
put forth a volumo of "War Songs
of the Gormaus," with historical
sketches, in which ho advocated the
causo of the Germans against France
with great energy and decision.
Professor Blackie also appeared as
a lecturer iu tho Royal Institution,
London, whore he combated tho
views of Mr. John Stuart Mill in
moral philosophy, of Mr. Groto in
his estimate of the Greek soplii'tn,
and of Max Muller, in his allegorical
interpretation of ancient myths.
Professor Blackie crowne
- 1 a
iu nis con-
tributions towards a proper estimate
of Scottish Celts by thn foundation
of a Celtic chair iu the University of
T-l! ! t. f .l.lt. t. f.. ....al
I sity of Edinburgh in 1882.
An American gentleman who paid
Dr. Blackie a visit within a recent
I period, gavo the following descrip
tion of the personal appoarauco of
I the famous old Scotchman: "An
i mediumhoVh? vhiteSiakfaiuug
.about Ins nod
nnnlr lin liliiaat tiliin
I eyes I ever saw, with a keen, morry
expression in tuoirsoarcuingueptus.
Eyes that havo never used glasses,
despite their owner's eighty-four
years. A faco alternating between
ruddy and pale tints like a mixture
of heather, red and white. A pleas
ant spoech, with a quaint twist of
Glasgow in the accorit. Quaint, un
conventional, honest manners, all
the moro elegant by moans of their
very simplicity. The wisest, merriest
child of nature concoivablo, with
the added gravity of a sage of all
I ino nations, i no nraiu oi a scuoiar,
the hrart of a little lad, and you
I have Blackie."
To Import a Oolonxl ,
A meeting of oiUcors of the Xa
tional Guard has decided, by .21 to i
4, in favor of having a Colonel from '
the United States. Major K. H. Mc- j
Lean, graduate of a military school
in Pennsylvania, is likoly to be
chosen, lie was recommended by
Minister Thurston when the ques
tion of importing a commander was
uuder discuBsiou once before.
m m m
"What is Ch lly doing for a living
now!" "Writing." "1 didn't know
ho was literary." "Ho isn't. lie
writes homo for remittance."
W. P O HALLAHON,
Carpenter and Builder
- ESTIMATES GIVEN ON -
Brick, Stone & Wooden Buildings.
Jobbing promptly at'euded to.
73 Kiau Hvet, Reward's 0M Su-d
THE UNHEH8IQNEI) HEHJIIIY
elves notice tint ho will not pay any
bills contracted bv other" wltho'it his writ
ten order. OEOKUE MclNlYRK.
Honolulu, March 1!7, 1605. l)3-lw
A GOLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factor les and Public Buildings
H in a dry powder which cati ho ,
prepared for use by simply ttirring
in COLD WATER nnd can he up
plied by anyone ami will always pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WIIITK, extremely re
flective anil hardens on a wall like
stone and will take any tint
It will liibl for years, and is tin
a flee led by gases.
Ono coat covers bettor than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can ho Used on any surface and
for all clas-cs of work, even for the
It will not rub, tculo or crack, nor
will it Hoftnn with ago or discolor.
It will not tct iu the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can ho u.-cd to good advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
BEING WET. i
It is cheaper than white wash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to -100 lbs., aUo iu boxes of 100, CO
mill 2o pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such ns Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer' (Juurtcrs. It is u tb'ck
panto to ho diluted with cold water;
htandx ruin and exposure as well ns
oil piiitit, and coals but. a fraction ns i
much It i lirc-rcUliug as it con
tains no oil, ami b.is no equal us a
light rclluotor in dark li.itc'iucuti, '
dump cellars nnd t-iiuilai place?. It
it Mippiicd in color
... FOIt SALE IJY ....
Anis. (nt tiie Hawaiian Islam!
In tho Circuit Court, First Circuit,
Hawaiian Islands Iu Equity.
Commissioner's Mica (I Sa'e.
rpHK UNDEIISIONEI) COMMISSION
X cr, litruliy j;lvos notice llut hy vlrlitfl
lofun order lumlo by the Hon. W. Austin
Whltinc, First Jtulnoof tho Circuit Court.
First Circuit, Huwalisn IaluiuU, hu will
expose fnrsnlou the front door of Alllo
Inul Hnlu, in tliu chvol Honolulu (Julin,
on FHIDAY. April a, UU5. at to o'clock a.
m.,uII ttui iIkIi'i title nnd Interest of ltoie
Akonir, KHkikaaiiwalnunioku Akon, In
the 11 tit Uind of Kupnllluahlne, Manoa,
I Oslm, granted to W. II. Itlcu in trut lor
I Kutiakalkl and IVi others by Itoyal I'at
ent Grunt No. KM, tnid interest belli);
I rqual toour-half of one undivided sliure,
I vnbjept to the right of dower of Annio
Holokahiki Also all the rl(lit. title aud
interest of Saiunot Mabolona, Kthui Mahe
loin and Allen Malielonu in tho said land
1 of Kapalllunblno, fnld Intercut being equal
I to otiH undivided stiftre, hiibject to the
right ot dower of Emma N. Mahvlona
! AToi all the right, title and interest of
Tlieoplilliis Metcalf and Tboiuas Metculf
I in the said laud of Kapatllunhlno, bald in
terest belni; enusl to tvso.tlilrdsof one un
divided share, subject to the Ufa ostnto ot
Frank Metcalf; thestdntobo subject to the
continuation of UioCuurt. TKltMS OA811,
United States koUI coin on prBsntatlou of
deeds. Costs of sale and dteds at exjienso
Bated Honolulu, Mnro'i CO. tsrej.
; IllttSrate cataiooue
Free 14: Facrosr.
Wo EXPORT General Family aud I'lantu
tlon Supplies iu kliy iiunntlty. Sand for
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally l'rlco List, 1
414-418 Front Btroet,
San Fruncisco, California.
il" EtiJIIU U IL
is plainly shown in our treat
ment of ourselves in health
and sickness. When we are
nc11, feeling splendid, we
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. Hut overwork, high
living, inherited poor blood,
irregular courses, etc., de
velop symptoms of weakness,
of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
and the general health fails.
You should know by expe
rience, as thousands do, that
whilst in health the system
would never run down and
doctors' bills would not
have to be paid. This is a
fact worth remembering
and of vital importance
to you. BROWN'S IRON
HITTERS is an old and
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, and
in no other form can iron
the great strengthener be
taken so easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take.
won't stain your teeth.
RtliatU itmteliti trill The Slim
kdI alllmft LnhhlilNlt, i
lut tt li Xtllt 14 til CAM- Of
Iijh tcltfr """" (l,1,,r,cr,L.
DROWN CHCMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD.
H0BR0N DRUG CO.,
So & AgQ2Xtf3
0. D. CHASE,
l General Business Agent
lti:.VI, ESTATi:, LOANS,
fir- Auent to Toko Acknowti'dKiuents
to Ijtbor Contracti.
Olllce: SafA Deposit Bui-ding, 4-:6 Poit St.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
, THE MUIUAL
j Investment Union,
I ur (3AI.I. ON, OH Al)I)lti:S3,-Vl
LlOHN M. CHASE,
Otllce, Kl Fort Street. Telephone 181.
Wall Paper !
We havo Just Received direct from
New York the
Ever brought here at one time,
Patterns of 1895
I'rlcca Reduced 1
WILDER & CO.,
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
NT. F. BXJR,GKE!SS
la galn prepared to lepalr Grdn (lose,
Bnriiikleis. Water Tim.. et. Haw Vlllnv
and all kinds of Trxds blirpned, tnclud-
iuk srTiiiK rviuvcn huh rH'io.ors, ijiwii
Movers a niecla t lo Stlln fllssj in
fact ah kinds of Jobbing. Work called for
and rrtareed ItinR np 152 Mutual Tele
phone any time before 11 a. m. U70tf