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6 EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 20, 189C. ' k
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A VIES 5c C
lm porters of
JFiite Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & G. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
C. E. WILLIAMS & SON,
Oldest Furniture and Under
taking Establishment in
Tho United Brothron In OhriBt
of the Old Constitution hnvo 22,807
The Monuonities havo 1,7078
membora und 197 ohurohos valuod
Tho Bruedorhoef Monnonito
Churoh claims fivo sooietioa, with
Tho Defonsoless Monnonites
havo nine sooioties und a mem
borship of 856.
Tho Associate Reformed Preo
byterinn Churoh South claims
8,501 membora. X
The Reformed Monnonites
numbei 1,655, with twenty-nino
Tho Separato Baptists have
1,599 members and proporty
valued at $9,200.
Tho Methodist Protoshnt
Church bus 141,989 mombera und
meota in 1,921 ohurchos.
Tho Erangelical Association
claims 133,313 mombora associated
together in 2,310 sociotics.
Tho New Congrogatioual Motho
dists havo twenty four societies
and a momborship of 1,959.
Tho Society of Shakers has a
membership of 1,728 and owns
proro. ty yaluod at $36 800.
Tho gonoral Conference Monnon
ites claim and aclhoronco of
o,670 and forty-fivo societies.
Tho Union Araorican Mothodist
Episcopal Church claims forty-two
socioties and 2,'ArJ members.
Tho Sohwonfoldians have four
socioties and 306 mombera. They
own Bix churches, valued at $12,
Gil Kino St.
L B. pRR
DIRECT IMPORTUIS op
European & American
J HAS JUST RECEIVED
. .& Complete 6V
't New Stock
s DiRJESS GOODS
Victoria Lawns, Dimities,
India Linens, Nainsooks,
Sateens. Cotton rongces,
Flowers and Panthers,
Tanuelettos, Ceylon Shirtiuc,
CretonncH. Art Mnulius, CiirtMurf,
Moitqnito Nuts, I'laiu & Twilled Cotton
4nd tho eelebnvted "MADAI'OLAMS"
;Por Ladies auil Children' Underclothing.
The Largest $ Best
In tho Munds of
Suiting, 8erge8, TrouBtrlnQ, etc,
fink Aeiit fur tliu ljular
pEIL pEVlIN MtytyllJlEg,
At 1'ojuilur I'rluw,
L. B. KERR,
QiHouHlntt, Honolulu, no. W
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to be the 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.
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
Q. Oavanaou, Manager.
Opposite 0. 11. & I.. Depot on King Street
Provisions, Ico House Goods, Fish, Vcgo
Uibloa, Frozen Oyste'ru, Etc., Eto.
Received by ovory stormier from Snfi
Friincisoo raid Vnucouver.
tJT Tho Shipping Trado Supplied JE3
Telephone No. .755.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. O. Irwiu, - President and Mnnngor
Clans Sprockols, - - Vice-l'rosident
W. Mi Qifwrd, Scorotnry nud Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
ADKNTH Of TIIJ!
00BANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Ol' HAN I'JIANOJHOO, OAL,
A good exumple of what is sar
castically oalled feminine logic is
presented by a story told by a
Mr X., a member of the Cham
ber of Deputies, is traveling with
his wife. Thoy arrive at a sea
Bido station and alight. Tho
train passes on.
Presontly madamo becomes sud
"My umbrolln! my umbrella!
"Whoro's my umbrella?"
" Whew I" says the Deputy. "I
left it on the train."
"On tho train I And to think
they intrust the affairs of the na
tion to a man who isn't cupablo of
taking care of n woman's umbrol
la!" Youth's Companion.
IAUUf Hay Bcntley
Born a Genius
Dlsoaso Threatens to Cut
Short a Noble Careor
But Hood'a 8arsaparllla Restore
lint Mjr Sintlar I an accomplished eloco.
tlonlst and natural born speaker of only 12 yoars
o( ag. Sat Is ths only child temperanos ltct
urer bsfor the public Her genius, howerer,
did not exempt her from an attack o( disease
of the blood. Herown words best tell the storyi
" a L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. I
" I heartily Join with the many thousand that
ar recommending Hood's Sarsaparllla. I had
been troubled from Infancy with Catherines In
the head. 1 was compelled to leave sohool upon
the doctor's stdTlcs. lie thought It was the only
thine to st my We, but I
Continued to Qrow Won.
I was persuaded finally by a blend to try Hood'a
Barsaparllla. The use ot on bottle sated !
f ecUrely upon the blood and I began to Improve.
After the use ot three bottles the gathering
ceased and I am cured of my farmer trouble. I
owe my llf eand will always remain a true friend
to nood'a Sarsaparllla," Liuxx Mat dznt
lxt, ShelbyrUle, Indiana. Oct HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly sad
fflclenUy, on the liter and bowels. SBa.
Hobron Drn Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for the Republic ot Hawaii.
G. E. SMITHIES
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Offleo with O. D. Ghaso, Safe Deposit
Building, 40G Fort Street. Tele-
E3JTho collection o Government "Bills a
TOUT AND HOTEL ST3.
Heaflprters EDtemrise Brewino- Coi
Largost Consignmont of Boor
that ever arrrvod hero, now
on Draught ,
J. DODD. Prop'r
I will have on Bald at
M v RE
I have a largo line in thoso goods antr
will offcr them at n SACB1FICE dnrine:
tho week above mentioned.
J. J. EGAN.
514 FORT STEEET.
The Haw'n Fcrtilizins Co.
ABE DETTER PltEPAItED THAN EVER,
To any analyses, at lowost pricfl3,"
A. F. COOKE,
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND RES'
TORED MRS. DARROW TO
HEATH AND HAPPINESS.
This is the Medicine That Slakes
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
Montkose, Va., Sopt. 25,;18ftl.
"WELLS, ItlOHAllDSOM & Co.,
Gentlemen: I was vory much run down, hnd no appetite nt nil, wns very nervous, hnd no sleep night or dny; to
sum it nil up, I wns poricctly wretched. But thanks to Pnino's Celery Compound I can now eat nnd slcopnnd
work just ns well ns I could boforo I wns tnken sick. When I commenced tnking tho Compound I weighed 186
pounds; I now neigh 158 pounds and do all the uorkfor my family offie. I have recommended tho Compound to tbreo
fnmilioa nlrcndy and thoy nro very much pleased with it. I nm now tnking my fifth bottle, nud would recommend
it to all who nro Hiiilerlnf; with stomach trouble or nervous trouble.
MKS. AUG. DAJTOOW.
Paiiics -:- Celery -:- Compound
IS FOR SAMS IIY TIII5
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