EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 8, 1895.
A COLD WATER PAINT
Especially Designed .
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories ad Public BuikTngs.
It is n dry powder which cau bo pro-
Sarcd for use by simply stirring in
OLD WATER and can bo npplicd by
nnyono and will always produce good
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
lloctivo and burdens on n wall liko stono
and will tako any tint.
It will last for yenre, and is unaffected
One coat covers bettor thnn two coats
of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface find for
all classes of work, oven for the finest
It will not rub, scalo or crack, nor will
it soften with ngo or discolor.
It will not sot in the mixing vessel, in
faot it improves by standing a few days.
It can be used to good advantago over
old whitowash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, durability
It is supplied in barrels from 800 to
400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50 and 25
This is for OUTSIDE Work,
Such as Fences, Outbuildings and La
borers' Quarters. It is n thick pasto to
bo diluted with cold water; stands rain
and exposure as well as oil paint, and
costs but n fraction as much. It is flro
rcsisting as it contains no oil, and has no
equal ns a light reflector in dark base
ments, damp cellars and similar places.
It is supplied in colors.
....FOR SALE BY....
II G-. Mil & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suite
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dresH
ed men in town wear clotheh
Johnston & Storey" '
4 13 Fort Street
Orders left at tho Pacific Hardware Com
pany's Store will bo promptly
tW Tclophono 103
ifr. p. s. Kiiule
13 Running Soros Oavo Way to
"0. t. Hood Si Co., Lowell, Mum
"Gentlemen Thirteen years ago I was In
Cour Da Alene, now called Fort Sherman, Idaho.
While there I went la swimming one dajr and
caught cold, chilling the bona In my leg, causing
aferersore on my limb. The sore oontlnued
about three months, eontlnually rotting my leg
until It rot up to my knee, when I had the limb
amputated. My leg was so rotten that after the
limb was amputated the foot dropped on.
From this stato 1 got blood poisoning and had
Thirteen Running Sores
on my body. These sores continued from
three to tour years, my blood being In a terrible
condition. After this I commenced talcing
Hood's SarsaparlUa. I used three bottles and
found It did mo good, so I kept on until I had
ussd ten bottles or more. 11 y blood una com-
pletely cleansed. The sores stopped running
and bare not troubled ma any now for six years.
My nppetlto and digestion are good and I am
perfectly welt I owe my euro to Hood's 8&ia
partita.'' r. 8. Kinzii, Washington, Vt,
Hood's Pills are purely Tegstablo and per
fectly harmless. Sold by all druggists. 25c
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
A chance to get a
PAIR OF SHOES
Tan Minutes' Work!
Tho question among: the businoss men
of Honolulu is:
To solvo tho problem as woll as to
ascertain whether advortisementa at
tract tho attention of newspaper readers,
wo offer a pair of our best 85.00 shoes
(86.50 anywhere else) to the person who
send us, under tho head of "Wanted,"
tho clovoroit advertisement of our shoos.
It must bo original, concise, nud to tho
point. It must not be longer thau any
ordinary want nd. found m the daily
Advertisement to bo written on one
side of whito paper and sigucd by tho
competitor's full namo and address.
Stato tho namo of tho paper in which
you saw this notice and cncloso your ef
fort in an envelope marked:
Melnerny,n Shoe Store,
; Ad. Competition.
Tho attention of out-of-town sub
scribers is particularly called to this
competition Wo want your nd.
Honolulu competitors may drop their
cnvolopes in tho box just insido tho store
Competition Closes at Noon,
June 15, 1895.
Corapotont judges will decide who is
entitled to tho prize
Mclnerny's . . .
ED. C. ROWE,
House, Sign and
Oruamontal . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Slating,
G20 King Street.
FURNITURE CONTAINED IN A
1 Cottngo at Fnlama. Cottage may
bo rented. Also, n Bay Saddle Mare.
Inquire at Bulletin Office, 609 King
Where Shall "Wo Go to Church
Ckntkal Union Cuuiich Cor
ner Berctania and Richards streets.
Tho Rev. Douglas P. Birnie, minis
ter. Services Sunday, Juno 9th.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sermon in the morning
by tbo pastor. "Tho Church in tho
City." In tho evening the annual
Home Missionary s-ormon will bo
delivered by Rev. S. E. Bishop.
Sunday school and Bible classes,
9:55 a. in. Prayer meeting of tho
Young People's Society at 6:30 p.
m. Sunday schools: Japanese, in
Lyceum at 10 a. m.; Portuguese, on
Miller street at 2:30 p. in., Makiki
at 2:30 p. m. The church prayer
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Tho public is cordially invited to
attend these services.
German services every Sunday,
at 11 a. m., in Y. M. C. A. Hall, by
Rev. L. E. Schneider.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Trin
ity Sunday. 6:30, Holy Commu
nion (Hawaiian); 11, Mattins and
Sermon; 3:30, Pule Ahinhi; 7:30,
Evensong and Sermon.
Tho services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral to-morrow, Sunduy, will bo as
follows: 9:45 a. m., Vcnite, Morn
ington in E fiat; Te Deuin, Nodgcs
in C; Benedictus, Gilbert in E;
hymns 1G0, 163, 166. Evening
sermon; Magnificat, Woodward in
D; Nunc Dimittis, Gauntlet in E
flat; hymns 178, 162, 19. To-morrow
(Trinity Sunday), celebration
Holy Communion at 5 a. m.
First Methodist Episcopal
Church Rev. H. W. Peck, pastor.
Sunday services, Juno 9th. 10 a.
m., Sunday school, Mr. C J. Day,
superintendent. At 11 a. m., ser
mon, subject: "The First and Sec
ond Adam." 7 p. m., street sorvice,
corner Fort and Hotel streets; 7:30
p. in., sermon, subject: "Saul
Changed to Paul." Wednesday, 7
p. m., street servico; 7:30 p. m.,
prayer meeting. Meeting held In
hall over Tracy's store, corner of
Fort and Hotel streets. A cordial
welcome to all.
Christian Church Harmony
Hall, King street, between Fort and
Alakea streets. T. D. Garvin, pas
tor. Preaching at 1 1 a.m. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning theme: "The Harmony
Between Secular and Religious
Work." Evening theme: "Some of
tho Roots of Evil." Bible class at
tho parsonage, Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Lessons: The fourth, sixth, seventh
and fourteenth chapters of Judges.
Prayer meeting in Harmony hall,
Tuesday, at 7:30 p. m. Topic:
"Tho Resurrection," 1st Cor., XV.
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Services Sunday, June 2d, will bo
as follows: 6 and 7 a. m., Low Mass
with Holy Communion; 9 a. m.,
Mass with English instruction;
10:30 a. m., High Mass with nativo
sermon; 2 p. m., Rosary and native
instruction; 4 p. m., native instruc
tion and Benediction; 7 p. m., Por
tuguese servico with Benediction.
Week days: Low Mass at 6 and 7
Latter Day Saints Reorganiz
ed Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints; Mililani Hall, rear of
Opera House. Services will bo
held on Sunday as follows: 10 a.m.
Biblo class; 11:15 a.m. and 6:30
Salvation Army Sunday, 7 a.
m., Knee Drill; 11 a.m., Holiness
Meeting; 3 p.m., Family Gather
ing; 7:30 p.m., Net Drawn In.
Y. M. C. A. Topic for Sunday,
Juno 9th: "Soul Winning." Dan.
12:3; Prov. 11:30.
A Itoimu-kublu Cure lor Itlicu
mutittin. Westminster, Cal., March 21,
1S94. Some tinio ago, on awaken
ing one morning, I found that I
had rheumatism in my knee so
badly that as I remarked to
my wife, it would bo impossible
for me to attend to business
that day. Remembering that
I had some of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in my store I sent for a bot
tle, and rubbed tho afllicted parts
thoroughly with it, according to
directions, and within an hour I
was completely rolioved. One appli
cation had done tho business. It
is tho best liniment on tho market,
and I sell it under a positive guar
antee. R. T. Harris. For sale by
all dealers. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
THE PLACE TO GO TO
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.,
H. HACRFELD & CO.
Have Just Received
Of the following Brands:
Also, Just to Hand a Large Consignment of
GENUINE BAVARIAN HOPS I
C. E.Williams & Son
ESTABLISHEJD 1 SB.
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Pficcs are a clincher
ineoM sae.oo -top.
Also a Fine Lot of CHIFFONIERS ! the Latest DMigns and Pattern!.
Special Feature Mo. 1 White Seamless Matting
Fr Roll of 46 TftrOa, ft&M.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters tor Baty Carriages I
Mr THSIjHJFKEONHS 178
Pioneer Furniture House
600 AITO 611 B3NG STREET.
a New Supply of the
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