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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 02, 1896, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY
o Ilo lnnnjuriou nui
On Saturday OYoninc next, at
4bo Y. M. 0. A. Hall. C. B. Hlp-
iey will deliver tbo drat of a actios
M lootures to bo dolivorod during
tho months of January and Feb
ftary. Tbo subjects nnd lec
itlrors for tbo full oourflo are
Jn 4 "BtcreoptlconiLccture on CMIfornU"
n b5 Ripley and 0. M..Hedemnn
1 (IOO.umgnlllcont tlew()
Sn. H-"Tbe Battle of Waterloo"
Lecture by Colonel MoLean, Na
tional Uuard of llnwnll. Illustrat
ed with charts.
Jan. 18 "Ancient, Medlicial end Modern
Surgery." Lecture uy Dr. U. Ult
flu, 85 '"Stcrcoptlcon Lecture on Southern
laietline euonini; ticusoi neu
ron, Solomon's Pools, Jcrmalera
within tho City nml suburbs, Moi
niies, Tombs, Mount of OIUci, Je
rico, Bethany, Jordan, etc. Iter,
Douglas 1 Ulrnlc.
Feb. 1-"The Hawaiian Constitutions." Lcc
fl turo by Hon.7 A. F. Judd, Chief
t justice supreme court.
Feb 8 "Tennyson Evening." Lecture br
Prof. Ilosmer, Unliu College Ten
s' nyson Music.
Ieb. IS "Tho raluo ol a Drainage Byitem,"
i Lttturc by Dr. N. II. Emerson.
'Feb. 22 "Washington Liming."
Feb. 29 "Stercoptlcon Lecture on Central
and oruicni raicninc.
View b of Bethel, Slilloli, Qereztm,
Juxrcrl, Xarirelh, I npernaum, Sea
of Unlllec. Damascus, etc Kev.
Amberft Colleuo ih nrepnrinDto
send out its nrt oolipse oxru'ili-
ion. It will bo tindeitho diioc
tion of I'wh'ssor D.ivicl P. Todd
Bud will fix a station on tho mi
End df GiZ' J'liiin, to observe
bo cclipde of 18.
One of tbo ohiof physical elo
nents in tbo phonomonul racing
lower of the IxoclUt .Ziniiiierii'iiu
s said to bo lua iibuoriniilly large
tenrt, which is duohired by the
lootors to bo two indite longer
ban the hvoimko.
Notwithstanding their reputa
iou for speed, tlio Indian racers
f tho Northwest and Canada buve
repeatedly been boaton by whito
men, whilo in wrestling thoy nevor
Utiiin the skill ol tho whites, nnd
:lo not soetn to learn boxing at
I Frederick William, the fathor
of Fredoricl: tho Groat, was alight-
!y deaf, and generarly conversed
u a yoll. Although professing to
)e pious, ho oftoti lapsed into pro
anity in convcreution, nnd cum
nnnly ondnd an arguinont by
jarsing his opponent.
I The tcstlmonlithl publ'Bliea by llie proprlt
on of Hood's Sarsaparlll.1 aro not purchased,
lor are they written up In their olllcc, nor
ire they from their employ c", but thiyr aru
acts from truthful nnd urutcful people, who
re reliable and as worthy of confldenca as If
ucy came irom y our most trnsicu nciguuor.
Uood's l'n.i.8 aro the best family cathartic
d lhcr inedlclno. llnrmless, nliable, sure.
i . -in
Kr., cm on 11,1111 M'nlm. Kuoil with bout
luality, No. 10 ilno, 0 iu. Tipo, Uhain nnd
fluff, with wood ilia nil coinploto. Othei
iealers 'aro duuifonndcd, and resort to all
nnnner of TrickH nml lxcubcs.
11,. nnt iliuwl.-1 HlOBH Until TllllH h.AYO
Seen Bold for SU until I reduced tho pries.
1 am prepurou X" no uu wure in my iiuu
ud miarantto siitUfacttou. Estimates fur-
If yon nnt n Rood Job cheap for Oasu,
Jig up TUcpliono 844, and I am your
, ' JAS. NOTTJn,
llj.ll TiUBinith it riuuibcr'
Hrtnnliilu. II. I.
SuLLmN & Buckley, Man'g'rfl.
Snest equipped carriages
I Mn tho City, with Competent nnd Caro
II? 1 fill lirivora.
fcand at the Pantheon Stables,
Uorner or l ort and uotei tjireoia.
!olkthonk: . .
Haw'u Hotel Htabios, ua
t Pantheon Stables, 84,
I Fashion Btablea. 148.
Uetioral stook of Liquors, Alos and
KESH BEEK ALWAYS UN DHAUUHT.
FRIPORT AND SHERRY,
' Aro of tho finest and come to us
direct from Europe.
lljfrf MCBRAYER WHISKEY
W1 Imiiorted stmight from Louis
X V vdfe,Ky.
f A JAMES QJLDProp.
P. O. Box 480.
TIIE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
High priced orticlos have boon
sold lioro for years and peoplo
bavo complained, because of tho
higb rate cir living in Honolulu.
Wo bavo tried to alter this, wo
have bought goods direct from tho
manufacturers and soil them for a
half ora quarter off what you bavo
paid before. The public likes the
idea aad so do we. Tbo profits to
us ar satisfactory, probably os
tho otior follow makes, tbo differ
ence on tho buying our buying
and you got tho benefit of it.
You never Baw a decont onyx
top tnblo in Honolulu that you
could buj' for under fifteen dollnrs.
Wo soil them at six fifty nnd en
able a class of peoplo who could
not afford to own thorn before, to
put them nmong their pretty things
in tho parlor.
It's tho same with crockery.
Just look at our forty pieco decor
ated tea sets (wo can't toll you tho
prico becauso you would think wo
wore- fooling). You can bavo a
little high tea with ono of thoso
sots nnd bo as bwoII as your neigh
bor. Thoro's nothing cheap about
them, except tho prico; tho quality
is nlright nnd no ono will find
fault with thorn. Its having theso
good quality goods at low prices
that prosonts our objecting to tho
government turning tradesmen
and soiling off thoir stock of glnss
waro and crockery.
Wo would onjoy your remarks
on looking at our stock of lamps.
Tho wrought iron patterns aro tho
prottiost wo have ovor soon. You
know whnt a rough iron lamp is
never gets old looking and will
novor bo out of stylo. Wo furnish
tho Bhados, papor ones, that sot
them off to perfection. Tho
prico? Well, too small to mention.
185-tt Fort near King street.
E. B. THOMAS,
OONTltAOTOR AND IJUILDI5B
jtVISstimutus givon on all
kinds of Stone, Brick nnd Wood
work, Kiug si root. 17-1 f
HOLIDAY -:-- GOODS
I cordially Invite Ladles nnd Gentlemen to In
spect my stock of s . 1 : : .
EMDltOIDLKED SCEEENS, TABLE COVKUS AND QUILl'S,
I3oa.u.tiftil Lacquei "Waxve and.
I CAJiur A fi;i.i, STOCK OP
MEN'S -- FURNISHINGS.
1ST Especially tho
Hotel street, next to Urdwny & I'ortcr. 18.M1
Silk cropos solid colors, silk bed spreads, paja"
mas, neckties, cushion covers, tidies, doylios
drawn work and band painted silk bolting
clqtli, just tbo thing for painting on. Sovoralsilk
dross patterns, ladies embroidered drosses iu
whito and brown linen and ono pretty baby's
dress in baby blue, bovolcd mirrors with elegant
carved ivory backs, carved ivory boxes. In
tortoiso Bholl there aro lorgnettes, ladies sido
combs and hair pins in various styles. Flower
vases hanging, wall nnd stand, in colored porco
lnin, a fow dozon of bread and buttor plates, a
fow prolty pearl rings and pins, mats in gross
and shavings 3x0, shaving slippors, mattings in
roll, -10 yards each, ladies silver powder nnd
hnir pin boxes, nnd an endless vnrioty of boxes
and bngs suitablo for candy for children.
H Much of the above, lato importations,
and all prices greatly reduced. Opon ovonings.
Grand Sale of
Commoncing Saturday, Doc. 14th,
D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK.
Mustorpiecoa in Parian I
Marble, Guaranteed Gon
uino; Silk Lamp Shades,
tho B and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypos, Photo
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Donlors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Queon Stioot, Honolulu,
EVAJPORATED FKUITS : PEACHES, PEARS, AP
RICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc.
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES'
HOTCH POTCII, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BROTH;
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Buttor, Top 0' Can Butter. Whitney
Roll BntU-r, Potted Moats, Bonod Turkey,
Chicken, Deviled Hum, Lunch Tongues,
BunelesH tlorr i'g Hoston Baked Beans and
n ooiiiplotu lini'U of
Fort :-St. ": Store, : No. :
Marseilles GUiilts, Toilet Quilts.
: FLUTTER DUCK :-
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Crepo , Grenadines, Boal Maltose Laco,
Valonoienno8 Lnco. Lndios and Gents
Kimberly Glovos, Ladies Cloths Brown,
Drab and Grey, Ladies Blnck Hose, Sani
tary Dyo, D. P. Corsets, R. and G. Corsots,
Equipoiso Waists and Corsots
Exclusive and Attractive. Fine FisllinS
Freo Bods and Bait Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
x ' UP.ti Alt
Wells, Hiciiaiiiisok k Co., Mostiio.se, Ta., Sept. 25, t3fc
Qentltmrn: I was very much run down, had no oppotito at all, was very nervous, had no sloop night or clny; to sum itiK'
up, I WAS PERFECTLY WRETCHED . Hut thanks to Talno's Cclory Compound I can now cnt nnd sleep and work juslae
wellaa I could More I was taken sick. When I commenced tailing tho Compound, I weighed 180 pounds; now weigh, SU
pounrf and do all the work for my family of Jiie. I have recommended the Compound to three families already and thoy ae:
very much pleased with it . I am now taking my fifth bottle, and would RECOMMEND IT 1 0 ALL WHO ARK SUFFEKUKi
WWII BTCOIACII TROUBLE OR NERVOUS TRO UJ1LE. Youra respectfully, AlvOK"it' "Wl
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
THE GRASS HOUSE
RWiB & AS1S,
This is the Medicine That;
Makes People Well!
:IS FOR SA(.EBYTHE:
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian
SATURDAYS . . . .
Trninn vi!l loavo on Pattinlnys nl ftjlti
n.m.,nnin:15 n.in., arriving iu lloadfafa:
it .1:11 p in. ami 0.2(1 ti.iu.
Trmu will lciuo 011 SiunUys nt 0)15 CjK
arriving iu Honolulu nt fi:2(j p. rn.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class, H W5
2nd Class, I Sf
F. C. Smith,
132-3ra Gon'l 1'nss. ami Ticket Agtrf.
3E3 mJ&m JCkZ JJ jE3 mtT S
BREAD, PJES anu CAKEB
Of nil kinds.
?" Tho finest imported confectioaeg,
IGJ-tf Hotel street, near Forts
BRONZE BRASS, and' IR035
made and. repaired.
STarticular attention paid
124-tf Queen St
Castle & Cook
Merchants, , ,
RESTORED MRS. DARROW
TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
w w $ w ,M
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i 1 m
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