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THE DAILY BULLETIN. APRIL 10. 1805
fpr3?' v"0"" A t y) PAWED l f l vtavi f w.o
W'b J lISQIlM! SPECIALLY FOCI fJSAf'fi V 1
nelial will rro?e jKcir nerjrii,'7
Stop That Cough
KOLLISTEH DRUG CO.,
533 Port Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
HJST-A-BLiewrEiE) 1 SB.
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Stylen
to select from. lVtce are u clincher
from saspo XJP.
Aloo n Kino Lot of CHIFFON JKItS'nf the Lntcat Dmlgnn and Pattern
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Holl of -U) Yarife, 'W.o6.
A.nd a Pine Quality for $9 -per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
VST TELEPHO 1ST Hi 179 "Xea
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611 KING STREET
from All the Celebrated
Factories In the Uultod
IMPOUTEK8. WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALEKH IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant StroetB.
1 ANOIHER JKR3XIAH.
Tha Nineteenth Century n Vlewod
by n San Frnnctsco Priest
Eloquent ami I ittic.il was tVe l-o
ture delivered to a largo audience in
St. Mar'- Cathedral lasteveninir ly
Kov. P.'O. Yorko for tho benefit ol
Precondition Convent, says a report
in tht Sau FraueNco Call. He took
as hie theme "Sign of the Times."
In tho course of his address hi
said: "The Christian era will coon
bo out of its toons. On tho thresh
, old of tho twentieth century it if
, but natural that wo look back on
"Tho nineteenth century in a won
derful period. Fifty yearn ago tin
' boasting was loud; lately it has been
moro subdued. The cauo in that its
i promises havo not been fulfilled.
! Tho Unitod Stales has been the em
bodiment of the nineteenth century.
We have had liberty, yet vn are cry-
! tag about corruption. Wo havo had
Immense resources, yet we have
' strikos and poverty. We havo had
I universal education, yet in Auburn
, and Sing Sing 81 perceut of the. con
', riots eau read and write aud G per
cent, are graduates of colleges.
i "Tho nineteenth century has re-
j cognized these weak opots and tried
to correct them. Its remedy was
I machinery. Atraiunt corruption it
gave us the Australian ballot, and
now that tho Australian ballot has
failed it wauts to give us a voting
machine. Against poverty it gives
us everything from high tariff to
hinglo tax. Against immoiality it
gives us compulsory education aud
' resolutions of Boards of Supervis
ors. It makes a machine out of
public opinion, but wo havo diseov-
ered that public opiuion can be
manufactured to order. When news-
, papers fail it offers Lexow commit
! tees aud grand juries.
"These remedies were useless. The
committee wero qiinrrelingovortho
' spoils before they adjourned.
, "The cause of all tho evil is tho
lack of pergonal morality. Man has
free will, and his free will can only
be moved by ideals. Unfortunately
j his ideals are moro success. The
only hope is the growth of Christian
morality. Not a mere sentiment,
I but a morality which is a fanction.
. It may be more beautiful to think
' of being good, but human nature
t needs a sanction.
"When bell crows unfashionable,
a heaven quickly follows."
KILO HAN A ART LEAGUE.
! Takes Quarters Over tha Store of II.
8. Tregloau & Son.
There was a meeting of tho Kilo
hana Art League at. the residence of
Mrs. W. 0. Parke lat night. It do
, eided to outrage tho floor over II. S.
Tregloau & Son's tailoring store for
headquarters. May 111, 11 aud 15
were bolectod for the next exhi
bition, and the followiugcommiltees
Kooms Arthur Keynolds, Piorro
Jones, Miss Anna Parke, Allen
Hutchinson and D. Howard Hitch
cock. Keception Mesdnim-s S. B. Dole,
B. F. Dillingham, T. It. Walker, F.
A. Schaefer aud P. Dodge aud Miss
Business C. M. Cooke, V. A.
Sohaefer, T.lt. Walker, Judge Frear,
W. M. Graham, J. F. Hackfeld aud
D. Howard Hitchcock.
Miss? M. Beckwith, May Molt
Smith, Soper, K. Ward, Mrs. Ogilvio
and Mr. Ingram were elected associ
Mr. Graham announced the receipt
of a cordial note from Mrs. H. A. P.
Carter, expressing her desire to be
come a life member of the league.
A Great Battlo
Is continually going on in the hu
man system. Tho ttotnon of impuro
blood strives to gain victory over
tho constitution, to ruin health, to
drag victims to the grave. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the weapon with
wiituii to detenu one s Bell, drive the
desperate enemy from tho field, nud
restore bodily health for many years.
Hood's Pills mire nausea, sickness,
indigestion aud biliousness. 2oc. ,
Captain Howgato has been indict
ed agaiu for nlleged frauds on tho
Government during the time he was
disbursing oflicer of the Sigual Ser
vice. There ro three iudictinonts.
One alloges tho forgery of a $1000
account with the AmeJieati Union
Telegraph Company in 187U, another
au embezzlement aud tho third a
falsification of accounts.
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Valuable House Lots
HFor Sale I
Daily Bulletin 50c. per Month
Tim CVIcbraUd UsjswJter Htalllon
Alto tliu Bpli-mlld
Ity "Ivnh(e" art) for dale. Apply to
JlOHf lluy Horue Stables.
ROOBI8 AND BOARD.
n(K)MH AND 1IOAKI)
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nan nt iianiwul, on tlio Wal-JJ iiiH
W. 8. BAIlTI.Krr.
Frank Shopnrdson, an engineer on
the Southern Pneifie Ity., who resides
at Los Anfroli", C.1., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
Ho was treated by so end physicians,
also vUited tho Hot Spriugs, but re
ceived co permauent relief until ho
used Chninbolaiu's Pain Balm. Ho
says it is tho best medicine in the
world for rhoumatifiu. For sale by
all dealers, H"iiMn, Smith t Co,
ageutc for the Hawaiian Islands.
N HATUUDAY AlTKRNOuN THE
VJ Hili Inst., h timnll 1'arcMi of Fnmy
WorU. liavlnu n (hi i Thimliln wlti In,
IllA'kul "M. A. Jt.' Finder rliH f turn
t' th- Hum i.tin Oltlee ami receive reward.
HORSE FOR SALE.
Liout hay mi).
iliK Homo, good
sized uml nhowy uniimil,
for miln. Also n gooi
MKS. 0. T. ABIIKOltl),
13 -tf Near lc Workc.
AQUAHTEHbY MKKIINO OF THK
llOU'd Ol 'I'm t-HH of tho illKi:.N'
HiinriTAi, will bo iifld nt te Kimiiii of tlie
Clminb-r of Coninieriei.n WKDNICiDaY,
ilie -T'U day of April, At 10 u'uloct . .
V. A. BOIIAKKKK,
Honolulu, April 13, IhOfi. 131 j-8t
1 liavo. just ri'fi'ivi'tl i ooin-
pltti Hiic, in (ln littonr
Tlu1 quti'iiicH and patterns
an very dmicf anl were im
pMrti'd hpocially for in lint
trad. . A 1st have; a full lint' of
At Ki-n-nniihli' 1'iici'h.
JJjg' While yon an. wait-
I hco them.
in for the car eomi- in and
WK OKKIM BOMB VKUY I'll' ICE
Lois on the pr in s s formerly
owmd by J. A. IlniH-nx-r, Khi., locnlrd
between l'ena'ola mni I'iltol utrretx,
Tliofo I, ti ro of U'dform s z, MJtl'U,
wlilch Ih as l:irt;.- n irxxt . e sjlis like to
Imvii tliu csro i f Tlio soil Is very rich mid
tli aro ninny well j;rown Krult and Or
imuioutnl Trees on nil of the Lo.".
If vou wsiu n home In a good, ipiltt, rs.
pfctalt'e mul healthy lie ;hborhood, tuko
one or mor of tli? Iit. wlilih h offer
nt reasonable prlcei uu uxm eniy tortus
in to p.ymont,
! I'or putlcnUm nppl) to
The Haw ilia t Sale Depo.il aic In Ye
k03 Sort Stroot.
Fine Horsy Stock
FOR 8 At--
514 Fort Street
To tc I'ulillt:
HwlliK to C'jitri'ii e III health, It tiulng lis-poi-
bin for me to attend lo IhisIuchs, I
inive told nut to my forem n. Ai.r.x. I'liia.
iioi.m. who linn Ihou wt h mo fur tho Jiim
o o xrnrr, mid is known to ynu nil.
lie Mill e mimic to run the bii.lnnsB.at
tliu nine hlHinl. H,d In the sumo line iih I
hnve, liy exerutliiK th iet of work, slid
itoni; justice on I
I hope you will nil trndti with him, nnd
bent'jw on him tho mi ii k li.itiO'H mid pat
niiiu.o fs lm Ih.'0 ulvrn nir durliiK th
lut H'xtcti jear..
Ad bl Ii il"e me will pirn o Iih M-nt In at
mmiii iih rip'.Vfiil'M, mid Mr i:iil?lintm U
iidtho Ir.-d to rerclpt tho Mi'i'f.
I lieTt l t ko the o.irtiintty of t hniik
Inp the nub lo f"r p. hi ixlronte.
JHos Iw (MAS II vMMKH.
AN'. M. SMITH.
-WILI. PUT lN-v
Private Tt lephonts,
Everything in the HJIectne
Son, wlu re order., may he left.
Beach Bouse To Let!
AFUKNI.SH El) HOUHK
Im to Ut or leiixu nt
Walklkl lieni'h. a few mill-1
ntos' wlk from the tnim-l
ear. It hits Cook UtitiKu. Hath Ifoiibe nnd
(lood bH Ilattilng Hnip-eliol.t Uteiikll.
and Dlihe- nro nil romp'ete. Kooms mar
bo let with limbing priv leKe, if the wholV
iiremlKci are not taken.
Ilnvluf. rented till th other Iioiikhs mi
my lint I mn ready to take any fiinlmr
orders In that lino
Inquired! DAVID DAYTON,
l-"7-tf 'i, M. ri'iMiit tret
X. on tho prt'inhe-" lens' d
to lnu ui. Kiiwnlftlifiii alio
tho I.HHto ot kii (I pMtu Uen. &
io aynne I uinif tho Cottage 1 will give
npiiiM mi out tliu main Imlldlni; 'rre for
thr-o monthx, Tim Cot'iigo eontnlns oin
room Vlxlilftt iiimlher one'Ult ftet, nnd
n vcrmdii 7i'2i 'eel, Iron roof and btronp
foiindHtion. Apply on ihe promt, ex.
lSOilm M. t.OrO, M.I).
1 tUQ riiriiTt DAKK'H Advert-BliiR
Ageuity, IH mid in Mcrrh.inl'x KxehaiiKU,
Kan l-r!iiisi:o, Californiii, wlnru continets
for advert hMU- v in lm in hi In Inr tt
If yuu ure out nf Hill Iltuite, Utter
Head, fk., lit con tupply thfht.