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JSVMNINCl JIULliKTIN, AUC1UBT
Tho exhibition by thoMom
Jbors of tho Kifolmna Art
Longuo has jjcivou decorative
art nn impetus such ns bus not
been felt for years. Tho Chinn
painting fad has reached us
and some handsome specimens
were shown in tho nrt rooms.
Iho material for doing tho
work en mo from us and wo
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Laeroix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is eompleto
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods new. Prices about as
cheap as you ever heard of.
le Pacific Ifanhrare Co.
J)V A. MAIKJUItM
0. Do not full (o on 1 1 for inodi
cnl ntti'iulancc ns cmrly ns possi
ble for ntiy tliroiituning symptoms.
My own inofoionccs, btmod on
good proof, nro decidedly in favor
of lioinoopnlhio trcutmont, which
Ih ipiito (!:ipiiblu of uoping with
Hi jh (lixonHO olid which mtmlior
h-H slntiHlics show ns saving
inoro piitioiits lliaii tho allopathic
one In tho worse epidemics,
whon nllopnthy in round uuinburs
savoil only ono-tliird of its discs,
the homoopathy only lost ono-
tliiril, whilo in sonic othors less
virulent, where nllopnthy boasted
of saviu -10 or 45 por cout,
houioopatliy showed loss of only
15 or 2(1 por cont. Ono suro thing,
also, is that patients treated
homoop.ithically rocovor quicker
and with loss after-effects; nnd
certainly some of tho horoic
moaBurcs adotod by modorn
allopaths, such ns tho injoctiou of
salt wntor in the voms must scorn
worso than tho disease
10. Do not placo implicit faith
in all tho soorct nostrums that
rany bo recommended for tho timo
boing, and especially rofuso to
tako any preparation containing
opium or laudanum, which home
opathic authorities havo shown to
be an absohito poison in all posi
tive cases of Asiatic cholora. Tho
anodyno compounds prepared by
tho old sobool on tho laudanum
basis may bo very woll to quell
tho uncomfortnblonoss of ordinary
norvous and gastrio troublos
usually provalont in timo of cho
lora; but as soon as a roal attack
sots in, laudanum only predis
poses to tho coma which is ono of
the most dangerous symptoms of
tho disease Opium preparations
in infinitesimal doses aro usod by
homoopathy, but only for tho
socondary complications when
excessivo drowsinoss is a natural
foaturo, according to the prinoiplo
of "similia similibus." But do
not bogin to stupefy a man by
preliminary largo doses of lauda
num, so that he may not bo nblo
to resist the natural stupefying
stago of tbo disoaso when this
Many othor recommondations
might bo added, but thoso, I
think, aro tho most important.
Tho next thing to know is what
to do at the earliest inception of
(To be Continued.)
WANTS TO KNOW.
T- in mm imiijH unimini iiinurrnjn innmiMT
CJ IDS Vr Your doctot
yj will tell you
01 V, It In the
(NeStle ."fj) forbnby
iwn .HiZfWf yrnTi t . mi s- w
H. HACKELD & CO.
Have jiiRt received n now Supply of the
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand n largo cousignmont of
Genuine Bavarian Hops !
P. O. BOX I
FOK BALK BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
Acents for tbo Hawaiian Inlands.
Popular Tics of i Day.
The llrlllah (iorornment Ilequlrea
More Kvlilenee In CTany Ohc.
Through Commissioner Hawos
the British Qovprnmont has asked
tho Hawaiian Foroign Oflico for
moro testimony in regard to tho
urrost, detention or doportation
of tho following named porsons:
Jns. Brown, L. J. Levoy, M. C.
Bailoy, F. H Bod ward, Thos. W.
Bnwlins, Arthur MoUowoll, F.
Harrison, C "V. Asbford, G. C.
Konyon and E B. Thomas.
Tho British Govornmout has no
tified Ministor Hatch that tho
claim of Jobnstono for damages
will not bo insisted on.
The Ilulliic l'aiiloii.
Doctor (to sick editor) Yonr
circulation is not very great.
Editor You' ro wrong. Just
take a look at our subscription
book. Atlanta Constitution.
For rowing or cycling an olog
ant lino of swoators 'cheap" as
sorted colors. Mclnorny.
On Soptombor 2, will bogin tho
groat clearance salo at tho Tetnplo
of Fushion. In ordor to obtain
room for tho now goods to urrive
tho prosont stook will ho sold at n
City Curriugo Co., J. S, And.
rudo, munoger. Il yon wnnt n
hack with good horso and enro
ful drivor ring up Telophono 118,
corner of lort and Murclmnt
HlreeU. Dnok at all Iiouih.
Having usod Ohainborliiin'H
Cough Bemedy in my family and
found it tobou ind-dawn article, I
take plousuro in ruooiiiinoudiiig
it to my frJrmlH. J. T. Foutor.
muilporl. Util. Kor hu u bv
i1u4uih, JJoiuon, Hmith A'. 0
Aiontu Huwuiiuii Ih iiiwIh.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population as
any placo wo know , of and
thoy'ro good machinists too, mon
who can tako a steol rod and with
the assistance of a latho fashion it
into parts for the most intricate
machinory for an engine To do
this, of course, roquiros a know
lodge of tools as woll as tho hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most eompleto
assortment of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at thom and you
will find thoy aro all of hrst
quality (tho price will give you
tho impression that thoy are
thirds) evory ono of them shining
like an African's heol. The as
sortment consists of hammero all
sizes and shapes from tho cuto
littlo ono used by tho jowollors to
tho heavy ono which the boiler
makor uses in riveting the stool
plates togothor. Thon wo havo
tho Handy Pipo Wrench, a new
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convoniont ono oven
in tbo houso whore none of tho
occupants aro maobinists. Hand
vises for machinists can be had
of us in overy sizo manufactured,
bo can Pipo Vises and Cold
Chisels. Wo havo every thing
used by metal workers in their
Thon wo havo a stock of car
pentora wood working tools
second to nono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for u tool used bv a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you may bo in cr
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edgo a now thing in axes and
something overy ono neodB about
Bird oagos havo beon montion
od in another paper; just horo wo
will say that tho stock wo carry
E. O. HaTT Son,
Fort & Kliiff Streets.
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tlio othor Inlands in Build
big, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc.,
rromptly attonded to.
W. AV. WIUUHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. Weak)
Our Stock of Summer Goods
is acknowledged by ovory
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu murkot, and con
nists of ovorything Ufioful
and Ornamental, Our prices
aro nibderato, Jowolry in
special dosignu niauufactiir
od to ordor on hIioiL notlco,
"" JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
1 I'. 0. Dos W7. Vf Htrwt.
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRo"!
mmmM MV UUUM Of
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
H.w flood! BlTtd byaT6nrPok,tfromth.B.,Urn 8UU. and attrop
FRESH - OALIFOBNIA PBODUCE - bF- SVEBY - STKAJOB1.
All Oxdm WtMalttana to dpQo. lUr. t. y
' OOaMWt OBI AKD KIMQ BXBIB,
Don't Make a Mistake !
The oldest, best and cheapest fnrnif.nrn ofr.
in the city was established bv tlm vrfnmn fur-r.;.
turo dealer and undertaker, Mr. C. E. Williams,
in 1859, and is now conducted by him and his
oldest son Ed. A. Williams at Gil King St.
Wo wish to notifv our natrons and t.hn nnhlin
igenerally that we havo no connection whatever
'it ii n . . ...
witn any; otner lurmture and undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
Ed. A. Williams.
; ; ' ' 611 Kino St.
C. E. Williams
Tei,. 179. : :
P 0. Box 480. FOUND Telephonic 245
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
IS AT THE
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
These Goods are nowly imported and the Prico is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. WilliamB and son, 611 King St. near Fort, havo
no branch houso and no connection whatever with any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Storo in
tho City. Embalming undor tho personal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. Williams, a Graduate from tho Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr. Williams omploya tho Jatoat and best method
known to science, no mutilation of tho body and no par
tial Embalming, and romomhor that wo havo but ono
storo and that is Located at 01 1 King St thu mumbora
of tho firm aro C. K, Willianifl, who entabliBhod tho
buHinom in I8fl9, and his oldest son Ed, A, Williams,
0. E, WILLIAMS & BON.
! ' Oil K, St,