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THE DAILt BULLETIN, APRIL 22," 1895.
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New Furniture !
New Furniture !
For biirk "Androw Welch," Schooner "Kobort Lowers" and
f& Evory variety, stylo unci price in tho Fumituro lino. Tho
beat and most, varied in Honolulu. Call and inspect our stock.
:&3Io:p;p So Co.,
Wo Tk KZtng Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer lo tho trade on the most liberal terms thoir
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boot and Shoos, HntH, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Ktc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture & Hardware,
Bugs, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Winos, Ltquurs, Etc., Etc. .
6OLK AGENTS FOR
Oolden Gette yiovtr,
Fort Sc 0,-u.eerL Streets
IS CDUTt AJ11&.
0 rriway & Porter
Hotel Slreot, "Robinson Block."
ftero:b.a.xit jniour. !
Uoit DlspuW Incident of Trilby" j
Supported by Fact '
Amoug tho many items apropos of I
Dr. Mniirifr'n msttorpiece, not tho1
least interesting i tho closeness, with
whii'ti ho has stuck lo tho facts.
OuoV firt impres'iou upon reading
how Svougali tauuht 'l'rilbj to sing
how ho hypnotized hor aud com
manded her to imitate tho sound
ho made on hin flexible flsgeolct
ww, no doubt, that this, nt let,
w;i n lliuht of poetic license. It
Booms, however, to bo well within
A easo which in all essentials
covers it was reported as long ago
as 1855) by James Hraid, tho first of
tho successor of Mtsiner to ap
proach tho hypnotic sleep from tho
side of science rnthor tlian of char
latanism. After speaking of tho
heightened (ori'o of hearing under
mesmerism and of tho increase of
muscular precision, ho says ''feats of
plionio imitation" aro possible which
tiro truly astounding.
"Many patients will thus repeat
accurately what is ppolfu in any
language, aud tlioy may bo also ablo .
to sing correctly and 'simultaneously
both words and mui of song in
any languago wLijh ihiy had never
heard before i. e,thuy catch tho
words as well as musioso imtautam
ously as to accompany tho other
Fingor as if both hid been previously
equally famdiar with both words and
music. In this manner a patient of
iniuo who, whuu awako, knew notevon
tho grammar or even hor own lan
guage, and who had very little know
ledge of music, was enabled to fol-1
low Mile. Jenny Lind correct I v in '
songs in different languages, giving (
both words and music so correctly '
and bo simultaneously with Jonuy
Li id that two parties in the room 1
could not for some timo imagine
that there were two voices, so per-,
foot ly did they accord, both in musi
cal tono and vocal pronunciation of
Swiss, Gorman and Italian songs.
She was also successful in accom- I
panyiog Mile. Lind iu ouo of her ex-'
tatuporauoous effusions, which was j
a long and extremely difficult, ,
elaborato chroma'.io exercise, which
tno celebrated cantatneo tried by
way of taxing the powers of the
somnambulist to the utmost. When
awako tho girl durst not eron at
tempt to do any thing of the sort;
and aft-sr all, wonderful as it was, it
was only pnonio imitation, for she 1
did not understand the moaning of I
a single word of tho foreign lan
guago which La had uttered bo cor- I
Till AYftnllv Trilliv'a rau fnnlv I
moro so), except that there is uoth-1
ing to indicate in tho report that
"tno pstiont" rmmeberod Jenny J
Liud's songs and could reproduce '
thorn afterward; but tho formation '
of a trance-state memory is a hi 111 -ciently
frequeut phenomenon. The i
quotation is from Braid's 'Obgorva- j
tions on Trance," page 13. A'e 10 '
lork livening Jvtt.
At Emma Square.
The Govorumont band will k!vo a
concert at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing nt 7:30 o-'clock.
Following is tho program:
I'ART 'I. j
Ovfrtmc The Mill on the CHIT.. K-nlrc
March A Jolly Student . . ..Kahrlmch
Cormt Bolo ColumliU ltolllnaoii
Il'mlnlfcencesnf All Katlons... .Ood'rev
Mi'i'li-i-aiiiisci, (new). ... O-adwick
WjIii Tah-.i(new) Chadwlek 1
Maruu I'ho Mttis Htirine (i.ow)....llol-t '
Haw all I'onol 1
(Front If, 8. Journal ihiUint.)
Irof.V.ll.rcelw,who makes a ipetlalty of Epilepsy,
ha without doubt treated and cuc-U more cac tiiau
tny living l'liyilclanj his tucccusiiattonliihlns. V
ends with a largo boitlc of Ins absolute cure, free tu
snysutTercrwbomay send their I'.O.andKxpreMSd
drCM. Wo advlta anyone wishing a cure to sddrws,
l'rof. W. U. l'EKKU, F. O., i IMu SU, New York.
7 the PubHe:-
Owlng to extreme III hralth, It being liu.
posiible fo- me to attend to business, 1
have sold out to my forvmin, Alkx. Cms
iiolv, who has been wl'h m for the last
tvii years, and is known to you all.
He wlllojntluuo to run thebudnessai
the tamo stand. nd In the same line as I
have, by executing the beat of work, and
doing Justice to ail.
I hopo yon will all trade with him, and
bestow on him the natro klndne-s nnd pat
ronapo na has been given me during tbt
last sixteen years.
All bills duo mo will ploafl bn sent In at
soon as corivenUnt, end Mr Chlsbolm li
HUthmlzd to receipt the shim.
I hereby tke tho opiortuully of ihsnk
log tlm imbili) for ushI ixtronsue.
13US Iw OHAH II VMMK1L
DltAKT NO. 4!)l TOR lu I)ltWN
by tlio Union Mill 1 o ot Kohuln on
T, II llavloi it l."o. to tho order of I.shapn
KhIiu.'. Draft whh lixt nenr Ulibop.t Co 'h
bank Pnvniei t has bou Moppod. Full
er will pli'aiu loturi 10 this olllce.
Wo liorcwith present aliovo nn excel
lent likeness of little Zola Ilusci, the
six year old daughter of Mrs. Ollio
Ihiscr, a milliner well known by the
residents of Colfux, Indiana, and sur
rounding towns. Tho child was mulct
ed with iritis and was treated without
avail. Finally, n noted pliyidclnn nil
vised Hood's Siirsnparillu and good
health now reigns supremo. Head
tlio following letter:
" Colfax, Ind., Auk'. 10, 1MI.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mush. :
"Gentlemen: As nti net of Justlod uml
for the benefit ot other mother.' who, !lp
myself, may hsvo alitlctcil fhlliir, nt 1
wrltoyoa this letter. About the II rat ot
Fcbrnary, ISM, my daughter Ziln, rlun
threo years old, contracted Ecr e;-H ot
tho worst form and In n fow vreks
Was Entirely Blind
being unablo to tolerate Unlit nr iiny l.lnrt.
The Httlo one suffered aud crltx'. until I
wns almont crazy nnd hcn:thro!:in. I Ind
tho bcstcyoitpeclaliiitln theeltyof l'r.ii!:
fort, our county town. I io trf:iml lir
for somo four months, but tlu iy- did
not Improve, iu fact they bveamo svorif.
My friends advised mu to tc!:e tlio child
to Indianapolis, and though 1 felt as
though I could not v,i II ntlord thu timo
and money, as I bavo to make my own
living by my personal labor, I conclud
ed to mako another effort to savo my
daughter's sight, If It landed mo In thu
poorhousc. I therefore took my child to
tho best cyo srcrlalltt In thit city. lie
examined her oyes and said that ha could
do nothing for her. I camo away with a
HOBRON DHUO COMPAN7, WUOUS3ALE AOENTa
The busiuefis of the country I
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 and the cream it
richer in consequence. Wo believe
we havo satisfied every one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wo are iu a position to sup
ply a great many more Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during the past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to soo just
what sort ot diet our Block feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities lor delivery are the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in the lato unpleasant,
ness our drivora have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with ut
aud to solicit a continuance of thoir
patronage. We will bo pleased to
fill all ordprs telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Thk WATALAE RAJfrCU.
for H. 8. "Australia"
A BMAU. INVOIOK OK
KOll 8ALK IIY
KC J. OSrOLTSJ,
ISpO-U Kort Btnwt.
heavy heart. On the fourth of Jnly I mot
my father's family physician In a nulglr
borlng village, and ho, at my roqwt,u
amlned Zola's eyes nnd
Atlvisod Mo To Try Hoou'n
Saraaparllln. I went homo and procurtd
a bottle at thu drug store and liogan to
glvo It as directed and wash tho eyes with
warm water. Boon I lie,? to nolo an
Improvement and now, having given th
child over n half d07.cn bottles, her eyes
Hrognxtly Improved nnd aim Kin t-eo as
ivll ni n'y one. Mi" In near-!,' nix years
1 t ngi , t 1 1 rnt her to t- Iim1 for a short
r::i thW munir.er. V, 'm n nlic Lgn lr
U':n I!n t'l H.trupiirill.1, nho hid to cat
leir meals Iu a dxrltneed room, but nor
svo N .ibli! to sit at the tnM with the rit
if tho family." Mnn. Ou.li: IllHMt.
Known to Londlnc Cltlicns.
"K.sir ln: -Wo hereby certify that We
- well nc(unlutcd with Mrs. Olllh lluncx
wli' iiiuL-i t ho abo 0 Htnti incut 1, and also
m ith h'.T I mi? ,;lrl, Zotn. Wi Vlloo nnd
K.10. thitfr.cti to bo tfio ami correct In
eo.v jwrtlcul'ir as str.vd. We lcldo In
CoUicc, Ind." JoilK l. Ill vc::):it, Trustee
Perry Tu.uish!i; W. li. Coo.v, DrugaLiU
Vhat tho Doctor Says :
"Oentlemtn: Whlls I do not Wove k
patent or proprietary mrdlch ea and fs4
dom iri-scrlbo them, j-(t 1 want to nay
that I know thu statements m.tdu by Mrs.
OIIIo Uuser of Colfnx, Ind., to 1h trt:e."
JAMK8 A. Uf.uryman, M. I)., Inrllnstoa,
Hood's Pills act harmuuliiuiljr wlili nouSa
HittipirllLi and mo gentle, 111IM aiwl oHectlr.
$200, $250, $275,
$375 and $550.
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$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. 3D. OH-AuSEt,
Safe Uspoilt Building, 400 Fort
Comer Kaasnu and Hotel Sts.
K. N. JIEQUA, Manages
Choice Wines, Liqnors, Ales,
POBTER3, ETC., ON DRAUOUT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Soar Hasb
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino CasslmoroB, Sorgos,
White LlnenH, Eto,
Suits JMado to Order
ON BHOKT NOTIOK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, 4(1 Nuuauu Ktreot