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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 29, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Roliinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Italian 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.
Bell 626 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
fl. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
l" large ana varied biock oe
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOK
Golden. Gate JTlovir,
- Fort Sc Q,iaeexx Streets
P. O. DOX 481-
PACIFIC GUANO &
O. N. WILCOX
J. F. HACKFELD
E. HUH It
OUR NEW WORKS AT EALIHI being completed, we are now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Bnecial attention eiven to Analysis
All Ooods are guaranteed in every respect,
For farther particulars apply to
Paoiflo G-uano & Fertilizer Co.,
-MUTUAL TELE. 407
Secretary and Treasurer.
ot Bolls bv our Agricultural Chemist.
W. AVEKDAM, Manager.
OB EAT BH1P8 OF WAR.
Powerful Additions to tho Unltod
Washington, March 9. Tho two
now' battlo ships authorized by tho
lato congress will bo tho most costly
vessels ovor built lor the United
States navy. Volornus of the late
war and others who possessa bit of
wholesome sentiment in thoir make
up will bo glad .to know that one of
these groat engines of warfaro is to
bo named for the victor of tho Ala
bama fight, the Koarsargc. Tho
name was prescribed iu tho act of
congress making tho appropriation.
Each of these battlo ships is to coot, ,
exclusive of armament, $1,000,000,
and it is expected the 13-inch rilles
and other guns of tho battery will
cost well on toward a million more. '
Though the law gives the navy de
partment authority to accept de
signs for those ships with a displace
mont of about 10,000 tons, the olli
cials of tho department are inclined
to think the vosshIs will be muuh
larger, reaching perhaps 12,000 tons
each, still boinir built within tho ap
propriation. The largest vessel now
authorized is the Iowa, building at
Cramp's yard, which has a displace-.
mont of 11.110 tons. Tho Indiana '
and tho Massachusetts are a little
smaller, having a displacement of
10,288 tons each. Tho iaw does uot
prescribe the spoed of tho now bat
tle ships, except it requires thoy
shall possess the greatest practica
ble speed for vossels of that class.
Tho law also provides that the
armament shall be the most powor-
ful within reach of the department, t
and each ship will therefore carry '
four 13-inch guns, which are at pro- ,
sent tho hoaviest orduanco manufac-
tured in tho United States, besides
a very heavy secondary battery.
Naval officers say those two great
fighting machines will be ablo to
copo with tho very host battlo ships
of foreign navies, and that thoro are
not moro than a dozen ships in tho ,
wurm in iu raun wuu mem.
The Future of China.
Writing on tho future of China, a
correspondent in the St. James's
Gazette has tho following remarks.
Sir Robort Hartreferred to has boon
in charge of tho Chiueso customs
service at Hongkong for a great
many years: "It is possible that the
Japanoso may succeed in taking
Poking; but the fall of tho capital
has nover boon followed immediately
by the fall of tho reigning dynnt y,
still loss by the conquest of the
whole country. It would take the
Japaueso some time to mako them
selves masters of tho intorior. Peking
is not Paris; and oveu if it wore, tho
Mikado and his advisers might find
that Chang Chih-lung is capable of
playing tho roU of Gambotta. To
tho Chtnoso tho notion of tho disin
tegration of tho empire would bo no
surprise. All ono can do at present
is to recommend China to buy peaco
on almost' any torms. After that
there will bo an opportunity for
English action; and our help should
be offered and given froely, not to
enable tho Chiueso to prepare for
rovonge, but with a view to placing
tho Administration on a sound foot
ing. Tho masses in China are not
at all auxious to havo their country
exploited by foreign merchants, and
they are not very fond of foreign
missionaries; but they would be glad
enough to have a few moro English
men like Sir Robert Hart to under
take tho herculean task of purifying
In tho fall of 181)3 a son of Mr. T.
A. MoFarland, a promiuont mor-
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., I
was taken with a very heavy cold. '
Tho pains in his chost woro so sovoro
that ho had spasms and was throat
eued with. pneumonia. His father
gave him several large doses of
hamberlaiu's Cough Remedy which
broko up tho cough and .cured him.
Mr. McFarlaud says wheuover his
children havo croup he invariably
gives them Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and it always cures them.
Ho cousidors it tho best cough
remedy in tho markot. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiiau Islands.
ADESIUABM2 MAN WISHES EM
ployment In stablu keening or ranch,
and has a wife who knows now to maku
butter, wash and Iron clothes, first class.
He has been in the country for fourteen
years and understands a great deal about
horses and cows. Terms reasonable. Ad
dress "F. B.," Bulletin Otllce. l'JJl-tit
The Old Reliable!
215 Montgomery St., Extending 'rom
Pino to Iluh fits., Ban Fran
BUPINE88 CENTKE OF THE CITY,
convenient to all Banks. Insurance
Ulllres and Places of Amusement. Con
taining 300 Itnoins. J, B. Ynutia, rroiirlo
tor. TEUM8: U.60, J-'OO and fi.Ui .ei
day. Free Coach to and from Hotel,.
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V'iil M JrV
mew" v SM?-4s- .
Travelers tell us that when tho os
trich is pursued it hides its head in
tho sand, the silly bird appearing to
think that if it cannot see its pursuers
they cannot sco it.
Equally absurd arc thoso medical ad
visers who prescribe for tho symptoms
and not tho sourco of n disease. Of
tentimes tlicv do this because the
patient desires it, unwisely demanding
that eruptions, or other skin troubles
bo effaced at once. To do this it is
necessary to uso poisonous appllca
tlons, which must sooner or later n'-
gravato tho dlscaso or cause it to ap
pear in new and more dangerous form.
Thero is scarcely a single ill to which
flesh is heir but what has its origin iu
impure blood. Therefore, tho only
way to euro these troubles Is through
tho blood. And tho remedy which
has proved itself powerful mid micccss
ftit when all other prescription and
treatment failed, is certainly the safest
and surest for you to take.
Read what Rev. Mr. Schncll, n re
spected pastor of Apalachin, N. Y., has
to say about its success in Ills case:
"Apalachin, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1891.
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mobs.
" My Dear Sirs : In view ot tho beneficial
effects I havo had from tho uso ot Hood's
Sarsaparllla I wish to glvo tho following
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
. The business of tho country is
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
fasturo switch flies instead of bul
ets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence. We believe
wo have satisfied every one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had au opportunity to see just
what sort of uiot our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
riohnoss of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivory are tho
best. With the oxcoptiou of a day
or two early iu tho lato uuploasant
noss our drivers have always beou
on timo at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thauk
thoso who have been patient with us
and to solicit-a continuance of their
patronage Wo will bo pleased to
fill all ordors telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Thk WAIALAE RANCH.
Per 8. S. "Australia"
A SMALL INVOICE OF
I' Oil SALE BY
H: J". 3STOLTB3
testimonial as to its value. I havo several
times in my 11 to been badly
Poisoned With Crooplng Ivy,
onco when a boy and onco when in maturo
llfo, so badly that I had to havo medical
treatment. As the old school ol medicine
simply tried to remove tho symtoms Instead
of trying to remove tho source ot them,
much of the poison was left in my system
to appear In an Itching humor on my
body with every violent exertion In warm
weather. At all times thero woro moro or
loss Indications ot poison in my blood, up
to a year ago last winter, when
Large Sores Broke Out
on my body. I then purchased of our
druggist, L. N. Hopkins, a bottlo 6f
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and after using that
and a halt of another bottlo, tho sores
and humor disappeared. I attended
tho .Christian Endeavor Convention in
Montreal and also visited the World's
Fair in tho hottest weather lust summer.
Was on tho go all tho time, but
Had No Rocurronco
ot tho burning and Itching soimatlon
which had marred every previous sum
mer's outing. I, therefore, havo occasion
to be enthusiastic in my praises of Hood's
Sarsaparllla." Samuel S. Sciineix, pas
tor of Frco Baptist Church.
Hood's Pills tiecomo Uie farorlto cathar
tlo with evcryono who tries them. 25c. per box
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in . special designs
manufactured to order on
JAC0BSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. IlEQUA, Managor
Choice Wiues, Liquors, Ales,
PORTEItS, ETC , ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-made Sour Mash
Oh E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
Onice with C. I). Chase, Safe Deposit Build
liu?, 400 Fort Street. Telephone 181.
Tho Collection of Government Bills
a specialty. 1275-tf
rpiii; UNDEUBIQh'ED HEKEBY
A. plvos notlco that ho wilt not pay any
bills contracted by others without his writ
ten order. GEORGE McIN'TYKB.
Honolulu, March :7, 1W5. ISDjMw