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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 5, 1895.
COLD WATER PAINT
Especially Desigioii .
For INSIDE Work on . .
Fa dories a-d Public Build ngs.
It is n ilry powder which can be pre
pjircil for use by Dimply stirring in
COLD WATER ami can bo applied by
imyono tMCL will nhvtiys produce Rood
It, i VERY WHITE, cxtrcnioly re
llcctivo nml burdens ou n wall like utouo
nnil will tako any tint.
It will last for yearn, and is unaffected
Ono coat covers better than two coats
of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surfneo nnd for
all classes of work, oven for the tlne3t
It will not rub, scale- or crack, uor will
it soften with age or discolor.
It will uot set in the mixing vessel, in
fact it improves by standing n few days.
It can lio mod to good advantage over
old whitewash without hcraping.
IT VliWS OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper t linn w hitewash, durability
It is supplied in barrels from 300 to
400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50 and U5
This is far OUTSIDE Work,
Such ns- Fences, Outbuildings and La
liorers' Quartors. It is n thick paste to
bo diluted with cold wator; stands rain
and oxposuro as well as oil paint, aud
costs but a fraction as much. It is firo
rcsisting as it contains no oil, and has no
equal as n light reflector in dark base
ments, damp cellars nnd similar places.
It is Hiipplicd iu colors.
....FOR SALE BY....
. 6. MI & CO.,
Agents Ut the Hawaiian Islands.
Mun'b Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suit
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Count,
consequently the best dron
ed men in town wear clothe
Jfthnalon & Storey,
4 13 tf'ort Street
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyutor Oocktnlla I
tlduor Ilruunou I
Frodorlckflburtj JSoor I
Straight nnd Mixod Drinks
01 All KIiiiIb ud Jlost (Jiullty,
lualUwoul Ooruttr King & Known 8U,
Mr. Jforman I). Toutig
UUdawn, N. Y.
Helpless as an Infest
After Pneumonia Weighed 00 lbs
Hood's Saraaparllln Mndo Him Feol
no Young as a Boy.
"O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mais.:
"Genttomcn I wish to express my grateful
thanks (or Hood's Sarsaparllla. I am on my
ssventh bottlo and It has truly boon a blessing
to myself and wife. I had a seroro Attack ol
pneumonia last December, and It was thought
I should die, but I gradually pulled through,
Bnd then did not seem to twin uny strength. I
ad to bo" helped like an Infant, and hud fallen
uway from 145 to M lbs. I read about Hood's
Barsapurllla, and I decided to tako IU
I Soon Cnlnod In Strength
so that I could sit up, and then having a severs
pain In the smalt of my back, sent for a TusSano
Faln-Kllllng l'laster, which soou cured mo ol
that trouble. Today I feel as well as over In
my llfo, and as young as a boy, although I am
In my tlltt year, t cannot express tho pratltuds
of my lni.irt for Hood's Sarsaparllla. " Nnmua
D. VouMil, Ottdawa, Otsego Co., New York.
Hood's Pillo euro Constipation by restor
Idj: the ucrUU'.Ui' aitiou of the ullinontar7 canal
Hotron Drug Co.. Id...
Solo Achiiih for Hip Knimhlio of Hnwnll
P. 0. J0NE3.
E. JL. JONES.
Havo for sale a few Shares of
PAIA. BUQAR STOCK.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO. BTOOK.
Also, HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT and
1st Mortgage SUGAR PIANTA
ttf For particulars apply to
Thi HtvilliB Sire DepoiK and Inreit
California and Hawaiian Frnit
AND PRODUCE COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & L Depot, on King Street.
Groceries, Provisions and Ice House
Goods, Pish, VeB6tables, Proien Oysters,
Etc., reoelTed by every steamer from San
Jrranctsco and Vancouver.
sWThe Shipping Trade supplied.
Geo. Cavanagh, - Manager.
TELEPHONE No. 765
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. llox 287. Fort Street.
3--ru)Hnii' tw uUI tos
" N. FJ3URGESS
nd all kind ol Tu.,111 itruVnidrindiS!
lull (IsrvhiR hnlrw nit.i rolors Uvn
Miners a ki.Hitv Uo BetllnR (J awl In
m r,,.ni h.iik ii i mj unit Tali.
Company It Kiitortnliis Frlfiuls.
An Enjoyable A Hair.
If the gathering nt the drill uhed
last night wan composed of some
of Honolulu best people it was
simply because the company re
presents the -100 in the military.
The boys set out to make the shed
nnd the grounds more attractive
thnn they had ever been before and
they succeeded well. Not a point
for the comfort of the guests was
neglected. The rooms of Com
panies A and D were utilized as
dressing roomo for Indies and gen
tlemen respectively, and everything
for their comfort was provided. The
hosts of the evening, however,
directed their energies townrd mak
ing their own room the mot attrac
tive, and with the assistance of
their lndy friends tho spot was
made a perfect bower of ferns,
plants and llowers. This room was
used by the guests as a place of
rest during the intervals between
The decorations and electric ef
fects in the dancing room were
marvels of good taste of the com
mittee and ingenuity of Theo.
lloffmnn, Superintendent of tho
Ilnwnnan Electric Co. The red,
white nnd blue globes forming (he
horseshoe and letter B were espe
cially attractive and beautiful. To
add to the stage effects, and as a
reminder of what the boys did not
have in the field last January,
there was at one end of tho hall a
tent. Around this were field pieces
and stacked arni3 set off by an
arrangement of ferns and palms.
This was an innovation that re
flects credit on the decorative
thoughts of at least one member of
Prof. Berger and his orchestra
made merry with choicest selec
tions of dance music and marches,
and the (lancers felt that the pro
gram ended much too soon.
Among the guests present were,
.Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hatch, Captain
and Mrs. C. S. Cotton, officers of
the Philadelphia, Colonel McLean,
officers of the N. G. II., Captain
and Mrs. F. B. McStocker, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Waity, Miss Mable
Waity, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lowrey,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wight, Goro
Narita, secretary Japanese consu
late, Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, Walter
Dillingham, Mrs. G. P. Wilder, the
Misses Atkinson, Misses Kate Mc
Grow, Crane, Harnden and Kim
ball. Too much cannot be said of the
following committees for their ef
forts in behalf of the guests:
Committee of Arrangements
Capt. E. O. White, Lieut. L. T.
Kenake, Lieut. E. A. Jacobson.
Decoration Committee Capt. E.
O. White, Corp. D. R. Thrum,
Scrgt. II. Giles, Priv. W. Storey.
Reception Committee Capf E.
0. White, Corp. Stackable, Priv.
Lloyd, Priv. Marx, Lieut. 15. A.
Jacobson, Musician C. Hall, Priv.
Floor Manager Lieut. L. T. Ke
nake. Floor Committee Sergt. Giles,
Sorgt. Forster, Priv. Schmidt.
Invitation Committee Capt. 15.
0. White, Lieut. Jncob.-en, Priv.
W. Thrum. Lieut, L. T. Kenake,
Priv. W. Schmidt, Priv. Do La
Somo time ago I was takon sick
with a crnnip in this stomach, fol
lowed by diarrlui-a. I took n cou
ple of doi-es of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Dinrrhum Remedy
and was immediately relieved. I
consider it the best medicine in tho
market for all such complaints. I
have Bold the remedy to others and
every ono who uses it speaks highly
of it. J. W. Htiiicki.iiii, Valley
Center, C'al. For sale bv all donf
ors. Hciixon, Smith v Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tin- livrnlnu Ihllriin U the best
medium or tidrertUlwj,
THE PLACE TO GO TO
J lilL I
is where you have the Largest Stock to
select from and the Greatest Variety of
Prices. Bring in Your Feet and we do
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., f
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Have Just Received a New Supply of tho
OH3 JL,3I::B371 -A.TJE3X
Of the following Brands:
Also, Just to Hand a Largo Consignment of
GENUINE BAVARIAN HOPS!
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA,
A if Line of Furniture Coverinfis !
With Gimps and Cords to Match.
Chenille Portierres !
Chenille Tablecovers !
PLAIN OOTTON CRAPES IN EVENING SHADES.
FIQTOED OOTTON OUAPES.
B. F. EHLERS GO.
fin 25c. to E, pir yarfl.