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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 16, 1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per burk "Andrew Wolcli," Schooner "Robert Lowers" nnd
Ei5 Every variety, stylo and prico in tho Furnitnro lino. Tho
best and most varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock. '
:ta:o;p;p &, Co.,
iSTo 74 Kins Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offur to the trudu on tho moHt liberal terms thoir
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, ShawlB,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging. Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
flOLK AGENTS FOU
Oolcien Oate Flour,
Fort Sc 0,-a.eerL Streets
IS OTTIR JsJTML.
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Foreign News Items.
Bismarck never uses any pens save
thoso made of goosoquills.
Tho old whisky trust of the United '
Statu it to be Mind, to make it dis
gorge $2,003,000 of ill gotton gains. ,
A phonographic desk on which n I
speaker ran record hi own oration
in soon to lie tested in the Herman '
Ono frnue for a quarter of an
hour's travel and two francs for an
hour is the new charge of Pari cab
The New York Assembly bill pro
hibiting all pool soiling, bnok-iuak
ing, tets and wafers has paed the '
Assembly nyus 02, noes 1. It now
goes to the Senate
A bronze statue of Flora Ma -do-nald
will shortly h erected at lnver- ,
ness, Scotland, JfiOOO having been
left ly a recently deceased army
oUlcur for that purpose. '
Sir Porret Fulton, common er
geaut of the Cily of Loudon, says
that crime in the Hri'Mi capital is
rapidly decreasing. Hh attribute
this result to tin' fpiend of temper
ance and the iiiilueuce of the educa
Tho ruby district of upper llur
mah is about twenty fix miles long
and twelve broad, and lies at an
elevation of from -1000 to tt 0 feel
above the level of tho sea. Tho pre
sent area being uotkod for the gems
is about forty-five square miles.
A lady is to form ono of the crew
in the forthcoming Austrian north
pole expedition, undertaken by the
famous artist aud arctic .explorer,
Julius Pvor. She is herself au
artist of talent, and volunteered aud
was accepted at BudaPesth.
The latest thing in boycotts abro: d
is ono recently inaugurated by casual
paupers who had been iu the habit
of procuring daily allowances of
food at tho St. George Hospital, i
Mile End. London. Becoming dis
satisfied with the quality of food
doled out tiny hold an indignation
meeting and resolved not to pal
ronize tho institution. '
During a violent windstorm re
cently at Walsall, England, two
chimneys on a hospital were blowu
down. The bricks fell in a mass oti
tho roof, through which they crash- ,
ed. carrying with, them uiuo bed
ridden patients from tho top lloor
to the next. None of thopatin'i
wore killed, and only ouo or two
worn evon seriously hurt.
The reconstructed banks of Aus
tralia arc rapidly Hearing off tin v.
debteduess ineurred as a result of
tho panic in 18'J3. The shareholders
woe called upon to pay souiulWug
over $30 000,000, but tho periodical
calls hive been mut so freely that,
up to tho present time, over .1000,000
in excess of tho amount due ha
been received br the creditors.
Cattln belonging to an evicted
tenant in Tiperary wore saved to the
owner in a curious way not long ago.
They were to be sold at auction for
arrearages of rent, but when the
first auimal was knocked down the
crowd rofuod to take it from tho !
ring. Another cow was sold with
tho canto result, and then the auc
tioneer abandoned his attempt to
couduct th sale.
At. Art luminal, rfunnflv fin ilin
bodies of seven miners who had '
bren killed in Shropshire, England,
through tho breaking of a rope at
tached to a cage, several witnesses
testified that for two years they had i
known that the rope was in an un
safe condition. They had feared to
make complaint, believing that such
action on their part would have re
sulted iu their discharge.
Whiln discusiupr, tho naval esti
mates in the French chamber, M.
Lockroy pointed out that, while
these estimates amounted to almost
exactly two thirds of those in Eug
laud, tho valun of the French fiVet
was not half that owned in the isl
and kingdom. He declared that iu
this retrard the future was disquiet-',
ing. M. Lockroy's remarks caused -somewhat
of a sensation. ,
The Rome correspondent of tho ,
London Globe writes that the pope
is disposed to abolish the law of
rtlibaoy for secular clergy. His
holiness is said to favor the idea of
confining the obligation of celibacy I
to members of religious orders ,
which imposo vows of poverty,
chastity and obedience. Tho saver-1
eign pontiff is well aware that the
law of compulsory celibacy is all but '
a dead letter among parochial clergy j
in South America, and to a great ex- j
tent also in Spain, Italy and Portu-;
gal, and the dependencies of these i
(tVoin U.S. Journal eS Htdlcttir.)
IFroin V. S. Journal o Htdlcttir.)
Prof. W.I I. Peelie.wlio miUc a jpeclally of KpHcr",
ln without ilotibl treated ami cured moro catet llinu
Knilj ivltli a largo buttln of In nbtolutu cure, f n o to
miyruffcrcrttlio may send their I'.O.nmlKxpn'xsd
ilredn. Wo advlro anyone withlnga cure lo uJJri,
I'rof. W. II. I'EUliU, 1'. ., Cedar hU, Nef York.
Jff ,?i WM'
M T3 . 1 sa
Tho restoring nnd Invigorating pro
perties of Mood's Snrsiipnrillu, com
bined with its power to vitalize and
enrich the blood, render It peculiarly
adapted for nil troubles peculiar
to women, that tired feeling, or
debility, caused by change of
season, climate or life. Many weak
women have found in Hood's Sursa
pari I la Just tho blood purifying and
vitalizing propertied o much needed
at the critical time or lire. It invig
orates tho system and all tho organs to
healthy action and endows the Imdy
with renewed vigor and erfect health'.
Such was tho experience of Mrs. Isu
Griggs, whose letter follows:
" Ennls, Texas, Sept. 22, 1MU.
" C. I. Hood & Co., LowcW, Mans.:
" Dear Sirs: I feci It is courtesy duo to
you to state what Hood's Barsaporllla has
dono for me. About 11 ft ecu years ago,
local troubles, which developed Into a
serious affection, cauied mo much pain.
I Buffered 'almost death; was unconscloun
for hours at different times. Every doc
tor with whom I treated
Cnvo Mo Morphlno
as of courso I had to havo somo relief In
order to Hvo. I underwent a surgical
operation, hoping my weakness would be
Hood's Pills euro namci, sick lioad.iclio,
IndigcsUou, biliousness. Sold by all drusgliU.
IIOBUON DRTJa COMPANY, WHOLESALE AUCITS.
Tho business of the country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails aud tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied overy one of our
customers who have, taken milk from
us aud we nre in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialae during the past two weekf
have had au opportunity to see jtiBt
what sort of diet our stock feed
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early iu the late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity U thauk
those who havo won patient with ur
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Twc WAIALAE RAJCH.
lVr H. 8. "AinrtralU"
A BMALL 1SVOIOK OK
l'OH HALE BY
HL" J. NOLTE
G r i 9 9 s
ovcrcomo nnd tho uno of morphlno dis
continued, but it was not so decreed. I
broko out with bolls from tho puncture
and somo of tho placet) had proud ilesh In
them for n month or so. Lost winter I
commenced to havo thoeo risings again.
I wan taking eight punctures a day, a total
of ono and one-half grains of morjihJutk
Last Juno I
Began to Take Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I havo taken over sovoa
bottles of tho modlclno and alo several
boxes of Hood's Pills. When I com
menced taking Hood's Baraaparllla 1
weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh
over 125 pounds and am In butter health
than for tho past fifteen years. I am now
approaching 60 years of age. Formerly 1
was covered with eruptions; now my akin
li clear of them. I can truly say Hood's
Sarsaparilla has no equal for poor run
down women. I am well known hero In
Ennls. and am a native, of Tuxiu. V.vrrv
ono who has not soon mo for a long Minn
How Well I Am Looking.
I had a sovcro attack of tho grip last win
ter. I continued to toko Hood's Sarsapo
rllla, snd with benefit. Whenever I ttf4
my health giving way I shall resort to
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Miw. Iba Grades.
Hood's Pills aro purely YetnMo, care
fully prepared from tho best Ingredient. Sa
200, $250, 275,
375 asi, $550.
- AI.HO -
1000, 1200, 1300,
O. 3D. CHASE,
Halo IMpoilt lliil'dlue, 100 Kurt
Comer Nuuanu aud Hotel Bts.
E. N. UKfJUA Muuaffot
Ghuice Wnits, Liq'iots, Ales,
POUTEIta, ETC., ON DRAUUUT.
Hall and Haii on Draught.
Hand-madr) Sour Mash
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Cnsbimores, Sorgon,
Whto LineiiB, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTIOK.'
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, - - 1 Nuuanu Street