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THE DAILY BULLETIN. APRIL 27. 1895.
Stop That Cough!
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
623 Fort Street,.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
ESTABLISHED 1 SE5.
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
7ROM SS5 00 TJF.
Alio a Fine Lot of CHIFFON I EKB of the Latest Designs and Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Roll of 40 Yards, 12.00,
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
TBLEPHO 1ST HI 178 m
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611
i HIGH GLASS
from all the Celebrated
Factories In the United
JMFOttTKUS, WHOLE8ALK AND KETAIL DEALBH8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOIiLISTBR Ac OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Daily Bulletin 50c. per Month
Sequnh on India.
A largo And appreciative audience
attended the lecturo given bj So
q'.iAh in the Artuorj hall, Beretanin
street. The lecturer described the
population of In in, their mode of
worship and burial, the different
castes, mode uf government, irri
gation and travelling. He touched
upon incidents of the mutiny and ex
plained the precautions adopted to
prevent recurrence of such. The
audience wore told also how Euro
peans live in India, etr.
The lecture lasted for one hour
and a half, and an a proof of the ap
preciation by the audience the lee
turt r recnived a trood round of ap
plaue. winch elicited from
heart v thanks and a promi
liver a lecture this (Saturday)
ing on Java, its people, gove
otc. Uu tuts occasion he
would appear iu hi Burmese co
tutne. Last night he appeared in In
dian costume, which was tery attrac
tive. Often 'ired But Nnver WVary
Let's discuss this point foe two ,
minutes, Hero'ri a man who says
that at a certain period he legau to
feel "tired and weary." That's pro-1
cioly the way he puts it iu his let-1
ter. Now anybody has a right to
feol tired or fatigued (it's the satno
of the mind, not of the body. But
it can arise in the body, all the same.
If this bothers you at first, don't
say, "Stuffl" "humbug!" but study
up ou it. A man may bo timl aud
happy, but not near; aud happy.
For "woarinexs means depressed
spirit, aud nerves all sagged down
in the middle. Aud when you get
both at once you will be wise to find
out. what's gone wrong.
It is a short letter, this is, and we
can just as well quote tho whole of
it. The writer says: '"It was in
November, 1887, when I began to
feel tired and weary. It seemed as
if I had no strength left iu me. Be
fore that I had always beeu strong
I and healthy. My appetito was poor,
I anil for days together I could not
touch any food that was placed be-
foro me. After every meal that I
did succeed iu forciug down I had
i such dreadful pains iu the cheBt and
back that I was a'tnost afraid to eat.
Then there was a sharp pain around
1 the heart, too, as though I was stab
' bed with a knife.
"I lost a deal of sleep, and for
, nights together I didn't sleep at nil.
I Then I began to lose flesh rapidly,
I and was afraid I was going into a
I consumption. Yet I kept on with
I my work, howovor, but it was a hard
thiug for tne, because I was so weak
. aud nervotiB that I trembled from
head to foot. As timo went on I
gradually got worse and worse, and
1 tny eyes were sunken aud drawn iu.
a I cousulted a doctor iu Kontish
Towu. He gave mo medicine, but it
did no good. After all this I got
tho idea into my head that I should
t "One day a lady canto into the
shop, and noticing tho stato I was
in, kindly asked how long I had
been ill. I told her all about it,
and she said, 'You try Mother
j Seigol's Curative Syrup; it has made
me well, aud I believe it will do you
"I sent for a bottle, aud after tak
ing only a few doses I felt relieved.
Presently my food agreed with me.
and I onjoyod my moals. I could
sleep better also, aud by keeping on
takiug the Syrup I soon got as
strong as I ever was in my life.
Since that time (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 restored 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
y:...,,n rc v,.. !. ci..,.,i..h
:, 142. Shepherd s
Bush Road, Loudon, W., November
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Thus Mr. Vineo's unfortunate ex
perience comes to happy end. As
he has to work for a liviug, like most
of us, ho is no doubt often tired, but
nover weary any more. Aud what
can possibly bo moro woarisomo
thau long-continued illness! With
him, as with millions, it was tho
stomach that was iu fault. His food
entered the stomach aud stopped
there. So ho sufTered from two bad
results: ho received no strength
from it, but he did receive the dead
ly acids and gases which the fer
mented stuff gavo birth to. Indiges
tion and dyspepsia. Tho satno old
story of pain and misery, and, thank
mercy, the same story of restoration
and gratitude after an appeal for
help hatl been made to good old
The Daily Bulletin, 60 centt per
month, d'lirerM by carrier.
thing), alter labor or much exorciso. W SJjota
It's tho body's fashion of telling you J I a g
to hold up. to give it a rest. It is a A g" 3 c-c
natural and, iu health, with supper if. p H.e
and tliep just ahead, a pleasant feel- W j? 3 SJ?n q
ing. But weariuessl that's differ- (j " $ g g
ent. That comes of monotony, of m I. ? "" 2 ? 8
of loneliness. Weariness is ' si k b r
lift 2 I
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said bo "il 5 15: EI. VHH ft
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E OITKK HOMK VERY UHOICK
Loin on tho prrm ns formerly
owned by J, A. HnfulnuT, K?q., locattd
between ronciK-ols ami rilicol streets.
Three IU ro of uniform sip, 80x170,
which Is as larit as most teraons like to
have tho care f Tlie soil Is very rich and
thre are many well gcown Krnlt and Or.
nnmental Trees on all o( the Lots.
If you want a home In a Rood, quiet, r
pectnli'e and healthy neighborhood, take
one or mor of three Lots, which we otlei
at reasonable prlcen and upon enay Urmt
as to p.yinetit.
For partlmiUrs npplj to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit ana luvatl
Fine Horse Stock
The Celebrated Hayswater Stallion
Alio the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
Uy "iyanhoe" are for rale. Apply to
ISOl-tt Hay Horse Stable.
To the I'ublie:-
OwIiir to oitremo HI health, it being Im
possible for mo to attend to bualneis, 1
have void out to my foreman, Alex. Cine
holm, who ha:i been wlih mo for the last
ten years, and la known to yon all.
He will continue to run the business at
the rarno stand, and In the same line as 1
! have, by executing
the best of wore, aud
doing justice to ail.
i ft jiv juit nut
hone von will all trade with him. and
lientow on him the naire kiudncs and pat
ronaKO as has boon n'ven me during tht
last Blxtcen years.
All bills due mo will plcii'o be sunt in at
soon as cormntt-nt, and Sir Ulilaliolm U
authorized to receipt the same.
I hereby tke the opportunity of thank.
Ing the publlu for past pitronaire.
1308-lw UHAB. HAMMER.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
X Hawaiian Jockky Ci.uii will tako
pluce at the l'acitla Club on MONDAY,
April '-", 1603, at 7:30 o'clock l m. All
members are rnuiested to bu prevent, s
matters of Importance will be brought bo
fore the meeting.
W. M. Q IKEA HI),
1315-td Bcoroiary H. J. C.
DUKINO MY A1J8KN0K I'ltOM THE
Hawaiian Island, Mr Walter M.
Ulirurd will act for mo In all matters ol
business, under full power ot attorney
WM. O. IHWIN.
Honolulu, April i, 1805. 130U-2w
v u o a a e.
sfs es ffi
I have just received com
plete line, iu the Latent
The qualitiuij unci putterne
are very choice and were im
ported Hpeeiully for my fine
tradi'. Alan have a full line of
At Reasonable Price.
JQ While you are wait
ing for the cur como in and
614 Fort Street
Boon for Dairymen
OWNERS OF COWS!
POTTIE'S CELEBRATED SPICE
For HI ch Cows and Yoong Stock.
Acts as a tonic in I greatly Inurcmees and
onricbPH the milk. Young QUirk will thrive
I anil (levi'lop fully .V) pur cent, by Iti nse.
Sold In 7 ib. bai:8 at 15c. per Ik.
1 O W MACFARLANE,
A rent for Dr. I'ottlo's llouitdlcs.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
NfW Bchips, the Vo'y Latent Bongi
ana a llmlce Number ot Mlrwtrel rJclec
tlons at KAMSKY'S OANUY bTOItK, Ar
liiigton llloik, Hotel street.
lS.iO.lw 0. HTOROKLK.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL 1'UT IX-
Everything in the Electric
KS Reftrs to E.O.Ilull &
Son, where orders may he loft.
HORSE FOR SALE.
LIGHT HAY KII).
Ing Horse, good
sized and showy animal,
Milch Cow. -.S-.
MllS. 0. W. ASHKOnn,
1300-tf Near Ice Works.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND I10AUI)
for a few )ersons can be
had at Ilanlwal, on the Wai
W. S. DAItTLKTT.
TIITC! PA UP II IskontonflleatE. O.
InlO rArlJli DAKK'B Advertising
Agency, (VI and 0) Merchant's Exchange,
Han FraucJtco, Calllornla, where contracts
for advertising can be made for it.