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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 11, 18 5,
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A Nlrango IHclliod or Artlflclnl Iteaplr
nllon. Dr. Barthold Beor advocates the
following mothod of artificial res
piration: Tho mucous mombrano
of the lips and of tlio raoutli is
rubbed slowly with a piooo of ico,
tho rhythm of tlio motion conos
ponding ns nearly ns possible to
that of normal respiration. Dr.
Beer has noticod that tho inevita
ble result of thu treatment was tho
return of respiration, at first in
very pronounced form, but be
coming, on the continuod applic
ation of tho ico. vory regular,
quiot and doop. Ico used in this
way has also a general sodativo
effect, and its quieting action has
boen successfully turned to ac
count in tho troatmont of corobral
troubles. Dr. Fogcs of Vienna
has ohtainod equally favorably
results with this troatmont in
cases of asphyxia. It is very
much to tho udvantago of this
method that it may ho employed
for bovurul hours at a timo, and is
harmless for tho patiout and easy
for thu physician.
Sulphur lor tlio World.
TheClrv hnd World of Octo
ber 11 publishes un urticlo uvur
tho sign turo i f Robert I Poitor
regarding the devolcpmont of tlio
sulphur industry in Otlcaiou
County. Louisiana. Tho mines
are being developod by a syndi
cate of Clfvoland men, among
thorn Fr.in' ltockofollor and F. 1'.
Squiro of the Standard Oil Com
pany and tho Vandoibihs. One
hundred tons of sulphur por day
nro being raised to tho surfaro
through quicksand. In a short
timo thu product of tho mines
will bo great enough to supply
thu world with a fino quality of
sulphur, and tho United States
will bo forever emancipated from
tho Sicilian product. Tho Unitod
Statos has boen paying $3.00J,000
annually to Sicily for sulphur.
A big drop in price and an oquul
largo increase in sulphur con
sumption is prodictod.
Scundul In IIIsli I.lfo.
Jamos J. van Alou, tho Iihodo
Island millionaire, who is co
rospoudent in a divorce suit
brought by Colouol Colt, has loft
Newport and is reported to bo in
biding. Col. Colt says ho will
bring suit against him in every
Stato in tho Union, and, if neces
sary, every country of tho world.
Van Alon was marriod ton daught
er of William Astor, who died fivo
years nflor mnrrlago, leaving thr-o
children. His prosHiif f.irtuna is
estimated at .fPJ.OOO.OOO. 1'rosi
dont Clovolaud wanted to make
him Minister for Austria, in io
tuni to a f.tt contribution to his
Don't mako your leisure a hard
Nothing is so truly a man's
own as bis losses.
Thcro are dark horses in society
as well as in politics.
Peoplo who cannot sco good
prospects ahead are short sighted.
M.iko yours'lf in reading "the
coming season will ho giy."
I'retty nearly everything we
moot in this world is an opposi
tion. It is because sour grapes come
high that sorao pooplu think they
must have them.
When a man has thoroughly
identified himsolf with u town he
novcr fails to prais it.
It is "good will to mon" that
prosperity foeds upon. Whilo on
tho othor hand, ill-will, envy and
malico poisons and destroys its
own creations as woll as tho crea
tions of othor. Kunt Orcyoniun.
The horeo is being supplanted
by elootric cars, horseless carriages
and bicycles. Tho horso will soon
he iib great a curiosity as tho buf
falo now id. Wo shall soe some
man, calling himsolf Horso
Harry, going ovor tho country
giving exhibitions and claiming to
ho tho man who onco rodo a
horso. Horse Harry will bo tho
successor to Buffalo Hill. Santa
liver) wlioro We o
Wo HnJ norm: one ulin lias been cured by
lluoil'it banuipnrlllu, mid people on till lunula
are prnlnlni; tliUKieat inedliliio for uliut It
)iu clinic for them mid their frleuilH. Taken
in tlmu llood'a Samupiirlllft prenW sciluun
jllnens b Keeping the Mood pure utul nil the
or'iiiH In n liiultliy condition. It U I In1 jjrvut
IIooh'h 1'ili.s laconic tlio favorit Mtnar
tio with every ouo who trion thum. i!."c.
litt box. lU'J. Ill -tf
EVAPORATED FliUITS : PEACHES, PEARS, AP
BRICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc.
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
IIOTCII POTCH, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BROTH,
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Butlor, Top o' Can Butter, Whiti oy
Roll Butter, Potted Meats, Boned Turkoy,
Chicken, Dovilod Hum, hunch Tongnos.
Boneless Herring. Boston Baked Beans and
u comploto lines of
, ZSresufefsust Oexesuls - -
: St. ': Store, : No.
Marseilles Quilts, Toilet Quilts-
-: FLUTTER DUCK :-
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Crepo Grenadines, Boal Maltose Lnco,
Valoncicnnes Lnco. Lndios and Gents
Kimberly Glovos, Ladies "Cloths Brown,
Drab and Grey, Ladies Black Hose, Sani
tary Dyo, D. l Corsets, R. and G. Corsots,
Equipoise "Waists and Corsots
your homo and take delight in working about it
in your spare moments, so as to keep everything
If you do, you
Hall's Cottaok Paints about the place, as a
brushful in time, here and there, now and again,
will save the expense of a general painting for a
Hall's Cottage Paint will
mixed b' hand, and from its combination and method of man,
ufacture, it is especially adapted to stand tho salt atmosphere
and for painting in tropical climates. One gallon of Hall's
Cottage Paint will cover GOO feet of ordinary hard surface,
one coat, and 300 square feet two coats.
This Paint is made of vvm: white i.kad, puke oxide ok zino,
1-uuk coi.oits, i'uue linseed oil and DitYEits, all of which are
ground under the supervision of a practical painter, with the
latest improved mills, mixers, and othor labor-saving paint ma
chinery, which thoroughly mix up tho raw matorials without
waste, thus giving to tho consumer a i-ekkkot taint, wnich can
not bo surpassed for durability and appeal anoe.
"We have theso paints in 24 shades, and they arc put up in
gallon, half gallon, quart and ono pound tins.
Our Navy Floor and Deck Paint is tho proper thing to
use on your floors. A floor to wenr well, and look woll, must
harden through from foundation to surface. Therefore-, insist
on Navy Floor and Deck Paint being used, and you will
never regret it. To be had in ton different shades.
Call and get, or write for a color card of the Best mixed
house and floor paints to bo had iu the city.
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Street : S
ought always to have some of
outlast Lend and Oil Paint
I BHH H I IM ni fJV A p
Shoes Up to
ILvdlain.-ULfsLCt-u.rezs' S2a-oe Co.'s
BIG STOHE ON
TI1E CHEAI'KST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy Hew & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Spawn in jj Season over.
Qunrantino at an ond.
Fresh Hawaiian Oysters
from Pearl Ilnrhnr can
now bo had ovory day by
ordering thorn irom the
Groeory Store of
l.24-tf H. E. JIcINTYRE & BRO
1 1. crescents are
)j 2. Crescents are
R 3. Crescents are
4- Crescents are
C PfPCPnntii o.
12 Reasons Why
S w. .wv.. ttJt uSUl mm KUSy running
6. Crescent riders arc proud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
Q r.nr.nui.- ,
mH " v.iubi:ciu.s ure
J 9. Crescents arc
io. Crescents are high-grade and up-to-date
ii. Crescents arc handsome in design
C' 12. Crescent prices are right and suit the
A FAMILY HOTEL.
T. ICro-Aoe, - - - IFxop.
Ter Day ." 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Opaclal Icntlil- Xitaa I
Tlio Bent of Attcmlnurc, tho Ik-st Situa
tion nail tho FiticHt Jlonls in HiIb City
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
.uul Building Matorials of all
Quoon 8troot, Honolulu.
it's Best to
Buy a (Erescent j)
strntitr ofi imMn
perfect in every detail
1Jv.1.4- . J ,.
onuz oy SKillccl work.
made by a responsible
fKj;j; on Awlicutlini.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
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. . . . SUNDAYS-
T. .litis wi'.l U on Kiitnr1 y nt 3:15"
n.m , find I :!." p.m., arrim' il. HcLOltllt
ntl:ll p.m. mil fn'M p.m.
Train will iic on Suml ly nl P. I ' D.nw.
Arriving in Honolulu nt r:'J0 p. iu.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 7&
2nd Class, .,
F. C. SmitL,
132-Hin Ocnl l'ass. ami Tick, t Aprat.
UltONZE BRASS, and IEOfc?
CASTINGS. MACHINERY '
made and repaired.
SETarticular attention paid fcj
F. E. LYNN;.
Castle &, Cooke-