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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 8, 1895.
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HOLLISTER DRUG CO-
533 1'OllT STltEET.
"Wholesale and Retail
DBUQGISTS AND PHOTOGBAPHIC DEALERS.
J. C. Ayer Co. Perry Davis Pain Killer Horsfords Acid
Phosphate. Fellows Syrup of Iiypophosphites.--Wampoles
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Stearns Wine of
Cod Liver Oil. Stearns Cascara Aromatic. Himalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People
Mother Soigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Polk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak Co. E. & H.
T. Anthony & Co., etc., etc.
"We have the besT
If you will oxamino our stock of
You will agroo that for
St3Tlo, Q-UL&lity sin-d. DPxices-
They Stand Unequalled
gTOur Goods received by vesselB just from tho Coast aro artistic
in tho minutest dotail.
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Sew Goods! New Goods! New Goods 1
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
Speed or Occnn I.liinrs.
Tbo Scientific Amorican snys:
"The rocorda of tho foreign mail
bureau of tho Post Office Depart
ment show thnt, ns an ordinary
thing, tho ocean packets aro al
most as regular in their departures
and arrivals as railroad trains,
and considering tho distanco they
travel, oven moro so. The scienco
of navigation has beon reduced to
such accuracy that thoy may bo
expootod almost ou tho honr.
Tako, for oxamplo, tho Campania,
qf tho Cunnrd lino. In 1893 sho
mado eight trips, ond bor average
voyago wus 5 days, 20 hours and 18
minutes. In lbli sue mado ten
trips, and hor averago was G duys,
20 hours and 17 minutes, only
ono minuto less in 1891 than in
1893 in n voyago of 2,770 milos in
all Borts of wind and weather.
Nor is this exceptional. Tho
Teutonic, of tbo White Star line,
mado 12 trips in 1893 on an aver
ago timo of G days, 4 hours and 8
miuutos. In 1891 uho made
eleven trips, and her avorago was
just a triflo Blower 6 days, 4
hours and 17 minutes. Tho
Etrurta is a little more irregular.
Hor averago in 1893 was G days,
5 hours and 17 minutos. In 1894
it was G days, 7 hours and 28
"Tho Havel, of the North Ger
man Lloyd Company, mado ton
trips in 1893, with an avorago of
7 days, 7 hours and 38 minutos
for a distanco of 3,080 milos from
the Nocdles to Firo Island. In
1894 sho mado nino trips, with an
avorago of 7 days, 7 hours and 24
minutos. The Fuorst Bismarck,
of tbo Hamburg lino, mado nino
trips in 1893. Hor average for
the year for a voyago of 3,080
miles was 7 days and 15 minutos.
In 1894 sho mado six trips and
hor averago was 7 days and 54
minutos. Tho Columbia made
nine trips in 1893, with an avor
ago timo of 6 days, 22 hours and
12 minutos. In 1894 sho made
six trips, with an average of 6
days, 22 hours and 8 minutes.
" The Now York, of tbo Amer
ican line, though not tho fastest,
lias tho nest record lor roculurity
of any of tho Atlantic float. Her
average timo has not varied for
years, and sbo can bo expected
almost on tho minuto every voy
ago. Sho has crossed the Atlan
tic more times and has carried
moro passougors than any other
stoamor of hor ago, and has boon
moro regular about it. Tho New
York mado fourtoen trips, west
bound, in 1893, with' an average
timo of 6 days, 21 hours and 31
minutos. In 1894 sho mado fif
toon trips, with an averago of G
days, 21 hours and 15 minutos.
Hor sailing distanco was 2,770
miles. In 1893 sho mado thirteen
trips, oast-bound, with an avor
nge of G days, 21 hours and 30
minutos, which was just ono min
utes fastor than hor woat-bound
timo that year. In 1894 she mado
fifteen trips, with nn average timo
of 6 days, 20 hours and 24 minutes.
Thus in crossing tho ocoun fifty
sovon timos in both directions at
all aensonB of tho year, her widest
variation for two years waB only 1
hour und 21 minutes."
FAMILY BEEP BY THE POUND,
FAMILY PORK BY THE POUND,
NEW POTATOES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN BOTTLES 1
BLOCK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Blook, King stroot.
Don't Make a Mistake!
. wivivwv, uouuiui iiutlluU lUXIIlbUlU QiAJLU
in the city was established by tho veteran furni
ture dealer and undertaker, Mr. C. E. Williams,
in 1859, and is now conducted by him and his
oldest son Ed. A. Williams at Gil Kins? St.
Wo wish to notify our patrons and tho public
generally that wo have no connection whatever
with any other furmturo and undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
C. E. Williams Ed. A. Williams.
Tel. 179. ::;::: : . Gil Kino St.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE.
Whon people walk into the CITY FURNITURE
STORE at tho corner of Fort and Beretania streets and ask
for Mr. H. H. Williams, thoy mako no mistake.
They know where they can get the best valuo for their
money and a good variety to select from.
C. E. WILLIAMS having sold his kntikk interest in tho
Furniture and Undertaking Business to Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
on the 17th day of June, A. D. 1895, and having left tho
country, his second son, HENRY H. WILLIAMS, now be-
.comes tlio oldest oxpencnecu lUJXiNlTUirtIU UJUAJuUiiC
AND UNDERTAKER in Honolulu.
MR. H. H. WILLIAMS entered the employ of his father
about twenty-five years ago, since which time ho has mado a
continuous study of tho Furnituro and Undertaking Business.
Ho graduated from Dr. S. Uudgei' Perfect Embalming
School in 1890, since which timo he has made a success of
that branch of tho business.
Ho docs not ndvertiso tho oldest nor largest stock of Fur
niture in town, nor does he covet all tho trade in town.
Ho only asks for his share, and from appearances ho is
rotting it, consequently ho is satisfied.
Q3?Ho recoives now goods every month and fills order
"Office Telephone 84G. Residence and Niqht Call 849
A complete lino pi staple and fanoy grooorios,
Island ordorB solioited.
ns low as the lowost.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
56-tf. Waring Block, Corner Fort und Beretania Streets.
WELL I "WELL!! "WELL!!!
LEWIS & CO.,
Tolophone No. 240.
P. O. Box 297
... A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF . , .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which wo iit'G soiling at pneos unheard of
HOPP & OO.,
When tho blood is disoasod und
tho sysfom Anromio or Scrofulous,
it enrrios sioknoss throught tho
wholo body, for tho ourrout of
human life is in tho blood. This
proves how necessary it is to have
puro rich blood, bocaiiso an im
poverished condition of it brings
on Fovera, Malaria, RhouinatiHin,
Bowel Complaints, Limg Scrofula,
General Debility, etc.
porfootcd and tnstoloHS, of Ood
Livor Oil with Compound Syrup
of HypophoBphitos, ExtruotB of
Malt and Wild Cherry Dark,
roHiiU tho attacks of all diHoauu
gorniH in tlio blood, is highly
roeommondod as tlio hont modern
treatment to clour your ayBtoni
and to Inlng buck robust lioultli
and xlruriKllii Jh wiHy family
H0LLI8TKH DKIIO Co,
Just Look at the Mistakes.
When people order by telephone of another Furniture Store
and then walk into C. E. WILLIAMS & SONS Storo and
ask why tho goods are not delivered on timo they make a
mistake. When a lady telephones to tho store of C. E. Wil
liams & Son to come and tako Inck n piano that was sent to
her by another furnituro man she makes a mistake.
It is a Mistake to think that C. E. WILLIAMS has loft
tho country without a return ticket.
It was a Mistake to try to stop him from going.
It is a Mistake to imagine that he will not return with a
stock of goods, with prices that will mako tho public happy and
pnralyzo some folks.
It is a Mistake if Clark's school of embalming from which
Mr. ED. A. WILLIAMS gruduated last year is not tho beat
It is a Mistake if you think we do not covet all tho trado
in town; wo do I Wo would hl.c uiu Earth and Ncckor Island
It is a Mistake if you think (all iiiBinuatioiiH to the contra
ry) thnt wo do not still remain, Yours nn ever,
0, B, WILLIAMS & BON,
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