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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 13, 1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per bark "Andrew Welch," Schooner "Robert Lowers" nnd
2 Every variety, stylo and prico in the Furnituro lino. Tho
beat and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspoct our stock.
Hopp So Co.,
JSTo T"-! King Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
OEfor to tho trade on tho most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hat, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
BOLE AGENTS FOR-
Oolden Gate lovir,
Fort Sc Q,-a.een. Streets
IS OTTJEl JsJJsK.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Where and Whnn Different Denomi
nations Worship on Sunday. I
St. Andrew' Cathedral, Firl
Congregation Thn 13-iMor Services '
will ho ns follows: Saturday, Kuter
Even, 7 o'clock, Kvenltitf Prayer.
Sunday, EaMor Day: 0:30 a.m., Holy
conitnuuiou (choral); 11 a.m., Morn
ing Prayer and Seriimti, followed by
Holy Communion; 3:W p.m., Pule
Aliisliij 7:.'il) i.ui., Evening Prayer
Tim servient of tlio Second Con- 1
ureuation of St. Andrew's Calliodral
lo-inorrou', Kater Sunday, will ben I
follows: At fi:IW a.m , Celebration of
Holy Communion. At J:80 a.m., i
Morning Prayer with ipocial tnusiis
and cerinou as follow?: '
KctUnl lton i.tp Talllj
Carol-"Oh. Tim (loMni Morning ....
I-o Ji n
AiiMim "l'h.t Our I'awmr" c'runmr
T I urn in ' mnjnr Drevlur '
J'llnlulo Deo In h miijjr ....rv lnvlr ,
Anili-ni-'-Ho N llloo" . ." h timer
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At. 0:30 p ui., Evi'ii."onjj with r-or-mou:
Mnnlnnt In V Winchester
Nmiolllinltil.lii V WltHinUer .
.Million - ' Thoy Hnvo laken AwiiyMy i
l.iiii" ct.ilncr !
Hyinn-'Tlin Strife IiO'-r."
llyinii "Cliriit thu Uul Id Illicit." ,
Jtoman Catholic Cathedral To-'
morrow, Easter Sunday, will ho colo-,
brated with a grand solemnity. (,
7,0 a.m., Low maasesi as u-uial with '
Holy Communion at 0 and 7. 10:30
a.m., High pontifical mass. S p.m.,
Confirmation, Rotary and Bencilio-'
tiou of tho M. B. Sacrament. 7 p.m , I
Fortuguuso service as usual.
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V.UUUW uiiiuii .uiiicU uurutir
RiehaniR and Beretania streets. Tho
Kv. Douglas P Hirnio, minister.
Services Sunday, April Hth. Public
Worship with sermon at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m. Morning theme, "Tho
Mesaaga of the Day for the Proent
Life." Evening theme, '"The Mes
sage of the Day for the Future Life."
Special music will be rendered at
both services. At 21 p.m. a special
Easter service will bo held by the
Honolulu Comiqandery, Knights
Templar The full ritual will be
followed and an address will be given
by Kev. Douglas P. Birnio. Suuday
school at 0 -15 a.m. Junior Endeavor
at 3:30 p.m. Young People's Society
of Christian Eudeavor at 6:30 p.m.
Easter praise rervice, led by tho
music committee. Japanese Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. in the church on
Miller Btrewl. Tho Chinese Similar
school at 2:130 p.m. The Makiki Sun
day school at 2:30 p.m. The nubhu
is cordially invited to attend theo
Thn Methodist Church -Kev. II.
W. Pock, pastor. 10 a. in., Sunday
School, Mr. C. Day, superintendent.
11 a. m, bermon; bubjeet: "Why
seek yo Him that liveth atuoug thu
dead.'' 7:30 p.m., sermon. Subject,
"Stephen." Prayer meeting, Wednes
day, 7:15 p m. Meetings hnhlin hall
over Trai-y's store, corner Fort and
Hotel streets. Entrance on Hotel
btreet. Everybody welcomed.
Christian church, Harmony Hall,
ou King street, l.etvetu Fort ami
Alakea streets, T. D Garvin, pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. in. aud 7:30 p. in.
Morning subject: "Tho wealth of
God's HtowarJt." Evening theme:
"Tho value of Christ's Resurrect ion."
Sunday school at 0:15 a.m. Bible
cla-s free to all at the Panouage,
corner King aud Richard streets,
Monday at 7:30 p.m. Lei-sou: Gen.
37, 39, -10 aud 11 chapters, Prayer
meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Latter Day Saints, Old Masoniu
hall, corner of Fort aud Queen
utreots. Services will bo held ou
Suuday as follows: 10 a. m., Biblo
class; llilu a. m. and OUJO p. in.,
Y. M. C. A. services, Sunday, 11 a.
m., at Oahu Jail; 1:15 p. in., at the
Barracks; 3:30 p. in., Bible study at
Y. M. C. A.; ti 30 p. in., Gospel praise
service at Y. M. (3. A.
Salvation Army Sunday, 7 a. m.,
Hallelujah Breakfast; 11a. m., Holi
ness meeting; 3 p. m., Family Gather
ing; 7:30 p. m., Old Time Salvation.
Often Tired Out Never Wtary.
Let's discuss this point for two
minutes. Here's a man who eajs
that at a certain period he began to
feel "tired and weary." That's pre
cisely tho way he puts it in his let-
tor, wow anybody has a right to
feol tired or fatigued (it's tho same
thing), after labor or much exercise.
It's the body's fashion of telling you
to bold up. to give it a rest. It is a
natural aud, in hoalth, with supper
aud sleep just ahead, a pleasant feel
ing. But woariuessl that's differ
ent. That corned of monotony, of
waiting, of loueliness. Woariuops is
of the niiud, not of tho body. But
it can arise in the body, all the Fame.
If this bothers you at first, don't
say,"StuuT "humbugl" but study
up on it. A man may bo tired aud
happy, but not wn-y and happy.
For weariness means dopwrud
spirits, and nerves all sagged down
iu the middle. And when you get
both at once you will bu wiso to find
out what's gouu wrong.
It is a short lottor, this is, and wo
can Just as well quote tho whole of
it. Tho writer says: 'it was in
November, 1887, when I began to
feel tired and weary. It seemed as
if I had no strength left in me. Be- i
fore that I had always been strong
and hoalthy. My appetite was poor,
and for days together I could not
touch any food that was placed be
fore me. After every meal that I
did succeed in forcing down I had
such dreadful pains in the chest aud
back that 1 was a'most afraid to eat.
Then there was a sharp pain around
thu heart, too, ns though I was stab
bed with a knife.
"I lost a deal of sleep, aud for
nights together I didn't sleep at all.
Then I began to loo flesh rapidly,
aud was afraid I was voing into n
consumption. Yet 1 kept on with
my work, howorer, but it was a hard
thiug for me, because I was so weak
aud uurvous that 1 trembled from
IidmI to foot. As time went on I
gradually got worse and worr-o, and
my eyes were sunken aud drawn iu.
I cousulted a doctor in Kentish .
Town. He gavu me medicine, but it
did no good. After all this 1 got
tho idea into my head that I tthould
"One day a lady came into the i
shop, and noticing the statu I was I
iu, kindly asked how long I had
boon ill. I told her all about it, j
and she said, 'You try Mothor '
Seigel's Curative Syrup; it has madu '
me well, aud I believe it will do you '
"I sent for a bottle, and after tak
ing only a few doses 1 felt relieved.
Present my food agreed with me, t
aud I enjoyed my meals. I could
sleep better also, and by keeping on ,
takiug the Syrup I soon got as
strong as I over was in my life. ;
Since that timo (now over four years
ago), I have been in tho best of
health. I consider that in all prob
ability this remedy saved my life;
at all events, it rostored my health,
and life without health don't amount
to much. I gladly consent to the
publication of this statement, and
will answer inquiries. Yours truly
(Signed), G. Vinck, 142, Shepherds
Bush Road, Loudon, W., November
Thus Mr. Vincu's unfortunate ex
perience comes to happy end. As
he has to work for a living, like most
of us, ho is uo doubt often tired, but
never weary any more. And what
can possibly bo more wearisome
than long-continued illness! With
him, as with millions, it was tho
stomach that was in fault. His food
entered tho stomach and stopped
there. So ho suffered from two bad
results: he reroived no strength
from it, but he did ruceive tho dead
ly acids and gases which the for
mented stuff gavo birth to. Iudiges
tiou and dyspepsia. Tho samo old
story of pain and misery, and, thank
mercy, the samo story of restoration
and gratitude after an appeal for
, help hod beeu madu to good old
i Mother Seigel.
FOB THE BENEFIT OF
Saturday Night, April 13
Views of Hawaii,
f&r Musio by Kamohameha
School Club, Mandolin and Guitar
Club, Philadelphia Band and Bur
gur'a Orchustra. l!)12-2t
Tho business of tho country ia
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and thn cream in
richer iu consequence. Wo beliovo
wo havo satisfied every one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us aud wo a co iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho pooplo
who froui choice or necessity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no lougor wonder at tho
richness of thu milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in thu late uiiploaaiit
ness our drivers havo always been
on timo at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. We will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
guarautee all milk to be pure aud
free from adulteration.
Tin: W A I A L A E RANCH.
$200, $250, $275,
$375 an $550.
A ISO -
$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. ID. CHASE,
8afe Deposit HalMInc 400 Kurt
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bu the finest
on the Honolulu market,
nnd consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
1'. O. Box 287. Kort Street.
Per 8. B. "Antrlla"
A SMALL INVOIOi: OK
I'OK SALE BY
KC J. JSTOXjTHI,
ISflO-tl Kort Btreet.
Corner Nuoana and Hotel BU.
E. N. IlKQUA, Manager
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
POUTERa, ETC., ON DUAUOHT.
Hall and Half on DraugnL
Hand-made Sour Mash
Fino Casslmoros, Sorgos,
Whlto Linens, Etc
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, - - 4(3 NuuanH Street.