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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 17, 1895.
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It 5b opularly puppo-wl that tho
man who 'pells incorrectly is cither
illiterate or euro little "for 1mok.
But neither niny he the c.i-c; it
often happens that great reader-?
arc exceedingly bad npcllurs. Why
is this? We believe the bad peller
tecs and reads each word as a whole,
as a granunalogue, a thought sym
bol, that is, and not as so many let
ters. All people, of course, do this to
fcomo extent; but we believe tli.it
tho educated bad speller does it i
very much more than tho good
speller. The ordinary man, puzzled
about a word, writes it to bco how
it looks; and this look tells him at
once whether he had spelled it
right or wrong.
Tho true bad speller is, lion ever,
not helped tho least bit in tho
world by this process. Ho is only
the more puzzled by tho written
word. Ho may write it a dozen
ways and not get one version which
looks to him better than the other.
Tho truth is, his eyes have some
defect, probably of focusing power,
which prevents him seeing clearly
tho letters of the words. When he
learns to read, ho learns to road
verbatim, and not literatim and
hence he sees, and has always seen,
tho symbol for "rccieve," not ''re
ceive," with the "o" always follow
ing tho "c," and in front of the "i."
This h why bad spellers will al
most invariably bo found to have
been slow in learning to read.
They were taught to read literally,
but found great dilliculty in the
process, owing to defective eyesight,
and so had slowly and laboriously
to learn tho words as symbols of
ideas, not as compound letters. In
a word, bad spelling is a defect of
the eyesight, not of the mind; and '
in all probability many a cao of
inability to learn to spell might be
cured in children by the uso of a ,
good pair of spectacle.
In a building in San Francisco '
which has 500 rooms there ii a '
clock with 500 dials, one dial being I
for each room: Tho dials are oner- '
ato with compressed air, which is
conducted in pipes all over the
building. A clock oonstructcd by
tho late Iicauvais M. Verite, en
gineer to tho Northern Railway
Company, and presented by him
to the Bishopric of Beauvais, is a I
masterpiece' of mechanism, being
provided with fifty-two faces, mark
ing the hour, tho day, the week,
tho month, tho year, tho rising and
setting of tho sun, tho phases of
tho moon, the tide, tho time in the
principal cities of the world, and a
wholo series of astronomical' and
terrestrial evolutions. It is com
posed of 92,000 pieces, which all
receive their motive power from a
littlo weight of 50 grains. Tho
mounting is in oak wood and ex
quisitely carved. When the hour
strikes an extraordinary movement
is produced, and tho whole struc
ture seems alive. Tho artist wish
ed to give an idea of tho Last
Judgment. A cock crows, angels
sound the trumpet at the four car
dinal points, and flames issue from
tho openings in tho turrets placed
to tho right and loft. The Eternal
Father looks lound as if to judge
the world. A soul advances and
takes its stand bofore the Sovoreign
Arbiter. It is tho eoul of an im
penitent sinner. Its works are
found wanting, and it is condemn
ed. A hideous demon, armed with
a fork, pounces upon tho unfor
tunate one &nd 'mr1 Mir into tho
ctomal abyss. Next comes tho turn
of tho juBt soul. It appears before
God, receives a favorable judgment,
and is to bo admitted into tho joys
of Heavon. Immediately angols
mako a guard of honor and escort
it in triumph to the mansions'
above, whilo tho air resounds with
m. r ssofli
Carrie Oreno King
Save the Children
By Purifying Tholr Blood
Hood.'' Sarsaparllla Makos Pura
-'Blood, Cures Scrofula, Eto.
"Mr experience with Hood's Saraaparllla hai
been vwy effedtlY,, Mr' little tfrl. At yeafi
old, bod lor tour years -ba4 stln dlse&iW net
arms and limbs .would break out in a mats ol
sores, dlflehargfoff yelldw Matter. She wouU
scratch the eruptions as though It cars relist
ana tear open Uio sores.
j Two.Bottte of.Hood'a '
Bamparllla.eauMd the ernpUoartrhel anl
and ttie (Cabs 'rested off, after. wntch'fthVsklB
became ci andsmPotb'tvmltyMsdlclM
wo bHTnKxri'si'i;itftrtllfc'hssno edarand
Irseonuhendll." W. L.Kixb, Bluff Dite.Tex.
Hood's Pills- are the bestfamllf eaUiartla,
genu and effective. Try .a box. 23 cent.
Hotron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the Repnblio of Hawaii
Is a term that bus ben Ju-t y
applied by miny to -Iih treat
ment given sa jects in tun
Adoz'n new ways of lit dins
Hie wocil you want. A rrl' 'ifl i
Aipnauci u nin in me !roii"ti
elation. Is recognized authority.
For psrtlou'nrs addrets
A. W. EVANS, Agnct,
1318-lru Genenl Delivery
P. O. JONES.
K. A. JUNE3.
Have for sale a few Shares of
PAIA BUGAR STOCK.
HAWAIIAN SUOAIt CO. STOCK.
Also, HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT and
1st Mortgage SUGAR PLANTA
W For particulars apply to
Tba Hiwillan Stfi Depotlt and limit-
NO. 408 FORT BTRKKT.
California and Hawaiian Fruit
AND PRODUCE COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & L Depor, an King Stmt.
Groceries. Provisions and Ice Uouce
Goods, Fish, Vegetables, Frozen Oyatara,
Kto., received by every alcaraer from San
Francisco and Vancouver.
Toe Bblpping Trade supplied.
G.eo Cavanagh, - Manager.
WT- TELEPHONE No. 7S5
U now prepared to repair Garden Hoss,
Sprinklers, watsr Taps, et. Saw Fffla
aad all kinds ol Tools sharpened, Inolsev
inc Oartlsf' Knives and SelsaoTs: Lawn
Uowets s speslsltTi also Setting Glass: Isj
fact all WbSs of Jobblnjf.'Worircsilsd lee1
and 1-etarned. King ap 861 Mntaal.Tsls-
BOOKS AHls BOJsJlb.
TkOOMB AND BO ASS
XV for a (sir person su bs
Uanlwai. on tb TTsl-s
kiki beach. I
" " W. B. BARTUM
Thero is no one in (lit- world
so ch-ei f ul as a woimn who
knows she lias on a pretty '
CAPE OA.PE, CAPE.
Nowhere will you pee such
a colli ction, such a vail ty, as
we offer. -
The styles are elegance it
self, while the piices aro eo
-eguiated (hat those of tho
most slender mc-ns can keep
itell within the range of
fashion. Those Cawcs will
add grace and beauty to any
form, and soften and refine
the figure that knows how to
grow old gracefully.
Never before were trc bet
ter equipped to supply you
with Shirtwaists, we aro
strictly in it and so will you
be if you pure1 f'Mirs.
Easy and comfortable, they
always look well, we have an
endless variety of patterns to
pick from. Look at them.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Wholesale tf Retail.
- JTULL L1N or -
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silk asd Cottw DfttS Gli,
to,. Mto,, Its., MU.
Silk, Linen and Crape Shirts
-ov ooupurra btock
Mads by Yamatoya of Toksksau.
JsT-WUenyoa are Inkssdofanr lias
of Japansss Goods, give tk flrtt oall sad
ave going all around, town.
aOSi 3Tort art- njOqjitom Hme
Fort, near Hotel Bta.
Cnis. J. McOabtht, Manager.
Pepolar BramtU of Btndght Goods
ALTATS OH HASD.
Try tha Great Appetizer Tnc Dscrwuia
Cocktail a specialty with this retort.
osroT or ioi
Famous "Wieland Lager Beor
la rromn a nn
in. uiBoiu ft iiu.
Special Dtctort for Ckronie,
IHrliebig'a Invlgorator ths greatest re
par for Seminal Weakness, Loss of Man
hoo and Private J)lrtUs, pveropmea'Tr
tatatartnaes and prepares all for marriage
life's dattss. pleasures and responsiblllUes;.
h rliirbotUe'jren'or sent Trse to dsytme1
deeefttilnrspaptoms; call or sddrees 400
GstrV StiTtsrivsUisairanos K Mason' Bt.,
flan rranclaoo." UUUSlr
If-ytfb art out of'-BUVHtdil 'letter
Hradt,' eta., we can tvpvly them.
jj XVOIXAN. fa '
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
JUNE, 11, 1895.
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
PtttsV Mftla . valued at $70 E--tMiira
fee $1.50 Initio daoh Krevfur
2d BICYCLE RACE.
Prite: Mwlal, valued at $30. En
trance fee $1.60. 5 mile dash. Free for
3d HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running Race ; X mile dash. Free for
4th MERCHANTS PURSE, $200.
Trotting and Pacing, (o Harness: 2:10
Class; mile heats, 3 In 6. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
Running Race; 1 mile dash. Fre for
all. Winner of Cup to teat record of
Angle A (1:45 and receive $50 oxlr.i.
6th KAPIOLANI PARK PDRSE
Trotting and Pacing to Harness; mils
heats, 3 in 6. Free for all.
7th OCEANTO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
Running Race; Ji mile dash. HawsiU
4 an Bred.
GtU POKY RACE, PURSE 100
1 milodafh, for all Ponies 14 hanns or
9lh KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Rutinlnp Raco; 1 mile dsh, for Hawaii
an I) red Hordes ownrd b menibr.M of
the Club Winner to accept $100 in
Cap becomes the properly of tte person
winning ittwle. Should the pt-rs .n
who has won it once and again this
me-tlng, he wl 1 rece ve In lit-u of Cup
$U0 toeftuor with JIM) adonl Win
nrr of Cup first timo will receivo $160
and credit for one raco.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:50 Olass; mile heats, 2 in 3. Free for
llth PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, 150 ADDED.
Running Race, mile dash Free
eftv- All rntries sre to be made with
the Secretary before 1 HURBOAY, Jane o.
1805 Entrance fees to b 10 per cont. of
pgrso, unless oth.rwi'o specitled.
gmr- An Races to w n" or trotted
ander tho rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
tW All Horss are expected to start,
aolets withdrawn by 0 u'click a. m. on
lose 10, 1846
Bene al Admission SOConts
Brand SUndJKxtra) .... 60Cnteand$l
Carriages (insiito o roorso) eaeh ,,.. 'lfiQ
Qoarler Stretch Dalits., $S
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary-Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Comer Nuoana and Hotel 8ts.
E. N. REQUA, Manage:
Choice Wines, Liqnors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-mado Sour Hash
r Ghiicc for Hrsemi
1 Hint tanwtf Frukr Silky
With Pneumatic Whels. Alio,
1 8t Blfrjl!'iI.
4.11 In Flrat-olass Order. Inquire of
1321-tl O. W. MAOTAKLANE.
A COLD WTER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is, a dry powder which can bo
proparod for uso by simply stirring
n COLt) -WATER and can bo sp
oiled by anyorio .and will always pro
tuco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
lectivo and hardens on a wall liko
itono and will take any tint.
It will last for years, and is un
itTucted by gases.
Ono coat covers better than two
loats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface and
'or all clashes of work, even for tho
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
vill it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in tho mixing vessel,
n fact it improves by standing a fow
It can bo used to good advantago
tver old whitowash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
jo 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50
ind 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such as Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick
pasto to bo diluted with cold water;
itands rain and exposure as well as
Ml paint, ami costs but a fraction as
much. It is fire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no equal as a
light reflector in dark basements,
lamp collars and similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
.... FOR SALE BY ....
Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands
will tell yon
It ia the
20 lbs. W
FOR BALE BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG GO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fine CaBBlmerea, Serges,
White XAnene, Etc,
Suits Made to Ordw
O. AKIMA - - itj Nuuanu StreX."' '