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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895.
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Tho exhibition by thoMom
bers of tho Kilohana Art
League has given decorutivo
art an impetus such as has not
been felt for years. Tho China
painting fad has reached us
and some handsotno specimens
were shown in the art rooms.
Tho material for doing tho
work came from us and wo
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix lube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplors used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment of
oolors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you over heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
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By A. Makqueb.
Homaopatliy, on the ground that one
ounce or prevention is better than a pound of
cure, claims to bo able to Indicate a pro
phylactic treatment, not Indeed by drup;
glnjr, ovcrnlulming and thus deprrsslng the
ejilcm, but by using judiciously beforehand
small doses of such medicines as have proved
the most reliable In fiilitluR tho dticata,
these same being at the same time the most
homeopathic or "similar" In thsir action on
the healthy body, whereby, If used antlcl
paledly, pervade and preoccupy the system
and thus fortify It against the Invasion of the
malady. These arc essentially Veratrum,
Cuprum and Arttntcnm; and, as they consti
tute the basis of the celebrated New York
Humphrey specific No. 0, and as also Some
homeopathic authorities consider Aconite as
a specific for all stages of cholera (Ilcmpcl,
Uramoisy), this being contained In Hum
phrey No. 1, I shall warmly recommend the
use of these to all my friends, as the most
convenient, handy form for household pro
phylaxy. Thus, every family should have ready at
1st. A bottle of spirits of camphor, Ru.
bini'H tincluro tho best if procurable;
2d. Some of Humphrey's specifics No. 0,
for cholera (in liquid form if obtainable),
No, 4 for diarrhoea, and No. 1 for fever.
3d. In caso the Humphrey are not avail
ablo No. 0 can be substitu ted by mixing in
equal proportions 3x dilutions of Veratrum,
Uupmm nod Arsonicum, or still hotter by
malting a millesimal solution of araenlato
of copper together with some droos of tlno
turo of Veratrum Album and thoroughly
shaking the mixture; while No. 1 can ho
supplemented by mixing 3x dilutions of
Aconite, Belladona and Bryonia.
Now, for mere prophylaxy, take twice a
day, on getting up and going to bed, 4 or 5
pelletsof Humphrey No. 0, dry on tho tongue,
or better still dissolved In a spoonful of water,
or the equivalent (4 drops) In a little, water,
of the above mentioned arsenical solution;
alternating with this, at 'mid-day, before
lunch, the same quantity of Humphrey No.
1, or of the above Aconite mixture. Those
who are familiar with Mattel's or Sauter's
specifics, will do well to take, morning and
night, a few dry pellets of Scrof. No. 1.
If diarrhoea snporvones, check it with.
rice-water, as above, and a solution of No.
4 Humphrey. In rnro cases, two drops
doses of tincture of Camphor on sugar suc
ceed in checking otherwise obstinate cacs
of prodromio diarrhoea accompanied by gid
diness, headacho, singing in the ears, fla
tulence and griping pnins, particularly if
thoro be a tendency to shivering and low
ering of tho tomperature.
Then, If symptoms of cholera do manifest
themselves, call the physician, but, in tho
meantime, use thu Spirits of Camphor, a few
drops on lump sugar or In a little tepid water,
repeated a few times at S or 10 minutes In
terval, unless,the evacuations get to be very
abundant, In which case stop camphor,
which would only interfera with the other
necessary remedies, and, Instead, use com
paratively large aud repeated doses of Hum
Camphor is a most powerful remedy,
woudorfully so, when properly applied, to
bring back tho heat and perspirntion. It is
therefore always useful quite at the outset of
a genuine attack of cholera, and especially
for thoso cases in which tho evacuations are
trifling or havo not yot begun, whilo the
cramps, cold feet r.ud hands aro prominent,
tho cold spreading rapidly with loss of
strength, sudden prostration and falling of
pulse, in other words, for tho instantaneous
sicca or asphyxial forms. But it is not the
universal panac a for all cholora that some
homoopathic practitioners want to make
it, and when purging, vomiting,
and thirst havo set in, Camphor Is seldom
suitable and should nrvcr be given, unless
there should also be ley coldness and blueness
of the skin, limbs, face and even tongue, with
painful cramps In the extremities, calves,
and muscles, general spasms, telnnus, trismus,
Mippreselon of urine, danger of suffocation
aud stupefaction, and then stopping Its use
as soon as such symptoms abate. Outside of
the precise symptoms above mentioned,
camphor being of Itself a powerful poison
(when taken Internally), It Is rarely or never
of service, but ottcn does mischief,
either if a-01 repeatedly too ofton as a
piophylnctio beforo the attack or when tho
malady ha already subsisted lor omo
lougth of time, or when tlic symptoms that
ball for itare absent. Anothor factor against
placing too much reliance in camphor,
even when in its proper place, is the uncer
tainty of its nature, since tho Camphor of
commerce, generally much adulterated, is
obtained, cither from the Japanese Laurus
or Cinnamon Camphor, or tho Malayan
Dryoblanops or Nyohalanus, or from
an Indian weed, the ltlumcr. Therefore, thu
use rt spirits of camphor can advantageously
be helped by alternate use of tincture of
JCantoxylum (berries and bark of prickly ash),
whose action of "Uncling heat and electrical
shocks" ,ls homeopathic to the cholera
cramps and spasms. Also, when camphor,
clearly Indicated, falls, It may be useful to
turn to chloral. Some people wear camphor
about their persons and -clothes In time of
choleric epidemics. There Is no harm In this,
11 It gives them confidence.
For rowing or cycling an olog
ant lino of sweaters "choiij)'' ns
Borted colors. Molnorny.
Lndins on tho other Islands can
do thoir shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. They should ombrnco
this opportunity, nnd got a singlo
yard at wholesajojmces
"290" is tho nutnb-r most fro
quontly callod ovor thu tolcphono
wiroH. It rings up the United
CAnniAOK Company's stand, whoro
Superior Hacks, with safo and
courtoous drivors, are nlways to
bo found. A comploto livery
outfit, including buggies and wag
gonettos, furnished at tho short
Poplar Topics of i Day.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population os
nny place wo know of and
thoy'ro good maohinists too, mon
who can tako a steel rod and with
the assistunco of a latho fashion it
into parts for tho most intricate
machinory for an ongino. To do
this, of course, roquiros a know
lodge of tools as well as tho hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono deport
ment contains tho most completo
assortmont of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at them and you
will find thoy aro all of iirst
quality (tho price will givo you
tho impression that thoy aro
thirds) every one of them shining
liko an African's heol. The as
sortmont consists of hammers nil
sizes and shapos from tho cuto
little ono used by tho jowollors to
the heavy ono which tho boilor
maker uses in riveting tho steel
plates together. Then we havo
tho Handy Pipe Wrench, a new
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convenient ono evon
in tho house where none of tho
occupants aro maohinists. Hand
vises for maohinists can bo had
of us in overy size manufactured,
so can Pipo Vises and Cold
Chisels. Wo have every thing
used by metal workers in their
Then wo havo a stock of oar
pontors wood working tools
second to none in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for a tool uded by a carpenter
that we do not havo in stook.
Another thing yod may be in cr
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edgo a new thing in axes and
something every one needs about
liird oaces have beon mention
ed in another paper; just hero wo
will say that tho stock wo curry
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & Kinir Streets.
H. HACKELD & CO.
Bavo just rocoivod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo conBi'gnmont of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
$5.00 Per Week.
T11HEE OR FOUR TEOl'LE CAN BE
accommodated with excellent board In a
prlvato family: apply at 84 Ueretanla stieet.
J. J. EGAN'S.
ISJTew Goods !New Goods !New Goods
New Goods New Goods
New Goods New Goods
New Goods New Goods New Goods
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H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.,
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Htw 0oo4a BoIt1 by Brery Ptcket from the Bitarn BUtot and Boiep.
FlBiH - CALIFORNIA - PBODUCK - BY
kU Ordan WthfoJlT attended to and Goodi DtllTtrad
SVBBY - ITKAlOHk
uulm Obmm Souoitbd.
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'art of tha City TBBB.
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P O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE.
ASK YOUR GJtOCER
For Patekt Excellent Flodb.
Highest grado Flour on the market.
Coat the same as all other first-class
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
BlactanitliinginAll Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. IV. WltlUUT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West.)
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and i
These Goods are newly imported and the Prico is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY.
To he Continued,
Our Stock of Suramor Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to be the finest on the
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 Streot.
HF. SINGER, for six years foreman with
Swain on Suttor streot, makes the
most delicious Pies of any baker in Hono
lulu. Minco Pies a specialty. Cakes nnd
loo Cream furnished for balls or families.
SINGER'S BAKERY, King Street
Telephone 872. 4U-tt
TO HAVE BORROWED SAY S3.000,
from tho P. B. & L. Association, at
their last mooting, would have cost you
$37.60 per month, for say, 10 years, a total
of 54,600 3,000 when your mortgage would
bo cBiicolled, $4,500? 1500 interest in 10
years, or $150 interest in 1 year, $1505
porccnt on $3,uw.
rm -!!..... J 8:30 to 0:30 A. m.
Olllce Hours: -j 4 to 5 ,. M
Chamber of Commorco Rooms,
A. V. GEAR,
H. G. BIART.
PINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry mado to ordor,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
fJtT Island orders solicited.
P. O. Box 355; nt O. Gortz's storo.
Fort Streot. 62-t
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & COMPANY.
-i IIANKKHS, I
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Transact a gouerat Banking and Ei
chano Business. Loans mado on approved '
security, Bdis discounted, CommercM
credits granted. Deposits received on cilr
rout account subjoct to cbtinc.
Letters of credit issued on tho priucipal
cities of the world.
Agontsof Tho Livorpool, London and
Globe Insurance Company.
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