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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 9, 1800.
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AM OLD MAN AFFLICTED.
WEALTHY AND DMJI.AHED A LU
NATIC AT NINCTT YEA ItS
The Nnme M11HI1 Wm Not Good
F.iioiirIi tor Illm Story of
About u mouth ugo, Amor de
Cosmos, a politician of British
Columbia who is moro than uino
ty yoars old, waa declared a
lunatic by tho Supremo Court,
and his largo rstuto placed accord
ingly in tho hands of trustees
llts roal name was William
Smith but, thinking that too
common, ho long ano had it
changed by tho courts in Cali
fornia to tho moro aristocratic one
that ho tins sinco boruu. Amir
do Cos nos wont toBrit'sh Colum
bia from California in 1858, and
soon booiiino a powor in polilica.
"When tho province joined tho
Dominion ho was made local
piomior, but ho was uot content
until ho became u mumbor of tho
Dominion Parliament. Thoro, in
spito of the egotism that was his
main weakness, ho commandad
attontion ' and fought hard nnd
well for tho interests of his pro
vince. A Victoria dispatch to the San
Francisco Chronicle, tolling of
tho lunacy decree regarding do
Gotmos, Eaya: "Ho has been
credited with having mudo the
longest speech in the history of
the Dominion House, but this was
a mistake, although his vanity
prevented him irom denying the
roport" Substituting thi'"l'ro
vincial" for tho "Dominic n Honso"
tho story is an old ono and tlin
writer, who loud about tho wond
erful otfort nearly if not quite a
scoro of years ago, has nevor
known it to havo been domed. It
was nt tho close of a session of
the British Columbia Legislature,
and Amor di Cosmos began talk
ing against time to defeat a bill.
Beginning ut 10 o'clock in tho
morning ho rambled along, 'rend
ing extracts from books and u
ports, all through the day and tho
livelong night. At G in tho morn
ing ho fell hnok exhausted into
bis soul, blood oozing from his
blistered lips. Ho had hold tho
floor twenty hours.
Since tho remarkable old mini's
mind has givon way, his egotism
has beconio moro pronounced than
ever. Tho dispntoh alreadj quot
ed from says: "He imagines that
bo was a prominent member of
the old Scotcli 1'arliamont; that
ho sat in the Parliament at West
minster, and that his ability be
ing at once recognized, he was
promoted to tho upper house. He
also thinks ho sat in tho old
house in College Green, when
Iroland had her nativo parliament,
and came to this continent to edu
cate the peoplo in parliamentary
A I'tirnltiiro Pen I.
Ordwny cfe Porter, tho ontr
pris'mg t'urnituro doalers on Hoto1
streot, havo another surprise for
.tho Honolulu public, having
during tho last few days received
a largo invoice of furnituio of tho
latent designs dreol from lho f ic
tory. This linn aro certainly abroast
of the tiinoP, as they import dirtct
horn tho f ot'iiy, thciuby doing
away w ttli lho j ihbor or middle
manV profit This little stroke of
business ability enables them to
sell at a very low fignro, and peo
ple who him thinking of buying
furniture will do well to inspect
the r stock bofoie purchasing else
, The-got'ds aro ready for inspoc
tion and comnrihe bedroom sots,
' fxtonsion tables, sidoboards, soo
ratnrv book easos. chiffoniers, wnrrl
robe's, etc , etc , all from tho very
latest dec gns and at prices to
, fioiuul llailn.
Tlte testlmonlalcl publ'sbcs by Hie proprlu-"tot-R
of Hood' SarsftnarlUa urt) not imri'liawd,
nor aro tliey written up In their ulllcc, nor
are lluiyfrom tlielrciuplojc, but tliey nro
facts from truthful opU grateful people, who
are reliable and as worthy of conlidtncu as If
they tame from your most trusted neighbor.
Hood's T'ir.i s are the best family inthnrtle
and ller medlrlue. Harmless, reliable, sure.
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Qood Hoalth, Lively, Happy
Eva, Carroll and JAly Brown
"0. 1. Tlood A Co., Lowell, Mass.t
"Gentlemen: Last winter, my two girls, boy
and wife wero taken III. Tho doctors said they
were poisoned by drinking water from an old
well. Tho two Klrls failed to rally finder the
doctor's treatment. h.i, nped four jears. fell
uunysa sho only welshed 18'4 lbs.; couched
all tho tlmo and was liclplcu. rhjslclans said
Sho Had Consumption.
Lily, aged eight years, was nearly as bad as
Eva but being older and rironger, held up a lit
tle better. Wo gavo them both Hood's Sarsa
parllLi, w hlch built up their strength and health
llucly so that they becitno fat and plump, lively
and happy. My son Carroll was lu a bad con-
dttloa, having a bid cough and very weak. He
was obliged to lie down most of tho time,
Or. bottlo of Hood's Sars-iparllla put htm on
hU ! nnd restnreil roroci health. I toilers
Hood's S--riic-lll.i nctl niv cnilrtren'n lives."
John 1 I now, Mono, ermont
HOOD'G PlLL8 euro all J'ur Ills, lllllous
hess, Jaundice, ludiirouuu. Sick Headache.
Hotron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Audits for tho ttepublio of Hawaii.
Dr. J. K. Smith.
THE IRICHELIEU, BERETANIA ST
Olllco Hoitrai 0 to 13 n. 111.
Fine Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
105-tf J Tinker. Proprietor.
Notary Public and Typewriter,
U KAAHUM&NU STREET.
P. O. Box 330. Telephone S 15.
BUILDIKQ UUltNED HEOENTLV
hi JHlwnukec, without Iusurnuco,
bccauBo n clerk TOHGOT to rcuow certain
policies promptly as instructed,
"Ho was discharged.
"A few ciays'late, tho owner died without
insuranco ou his life, loiving a widow aud
three young children la porcrty, because
he had NEGLECTED to Insure. As procrast
ination ia moro culpable than forgetfulness
perhaps tho ownor ia hariug his punish
"MOBAIi I Consultation and office treat
ment frco. Special attention given to pro
crastinators." iNstniEYonn lifk ik
The Equitable Life Assuranco Society
of the United States.
General Manager for the Hawaiian Islands;
128 & 130 TOUT STUEET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Brands,
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
SI IClrLfr Streot.
G. J. Walleii - - - Manaoer.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
C. 13. DWIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
IIo has on hnnd a largo nupply of
Ohineso Granite Curb nnd nlwnys keeps
llawniinu Curbing Stone. Estimates
given nnd lowes prices nssurcd. Tclo
4 I H I ! -! Ill . I -
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino and on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
Thcso Lots aro Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nnd Lands,
1-tf B03 Fort Street, near King.
P. O. Box 821.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar Sm Maker.
Taro-Patcli and Ukulele Guitars
Undo of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposilo Club Stables.
Thoubcno lilcjele was made as good at
H. G-. Wooten,
107 King street. l-tf
FROM E5.00 UP.
Dr. W. L. Moore
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers aud dcalors in Ladies',
Gents' and Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - '0 - Gaiters.
No. 35 Nuuanu St. - I O. Box 108.
Sf Boots and Shoos made to order iu
uoit style nt wholesale nuu Metall prices,
Special attention given to clUcasig of tlii
eye and ear.
Onke hour, j",'" f?;:
Waiantienuo Avo. uoar Court IlouBe. 103-tf
COO, Hotel Street.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals at regular rates. Fowl
surred on Thursdays and Sundays,
Board by week $i,60.
,W For best quality of Manilla Cigars,
Cigarettes aud Tobiiaco come to Hop Slug's
next door. 147-tf
Comer King and Bethttl itreoU,
Dealer in Cignrs nnd Tobaccos
Tlcst brands of Manilla Cigars
and finest Cigarettes.
At lowest prices,
Tho pleasuntoHt, quietest,
sliudiesl and mbat porfeotly ap
pointed Bonaitlo rosort on tho
Islands. It is only four milos
froin tho heart of tho city nnd
within easy reach of tho tratneara.
which run every twenty miniites
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
dotaohed cottages or rooms are
dbtuiniiblo on easy terms. The
tablo is BUporior to that of nnyof
tho olty hotels aud ull tlio modern
conveniences nro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Tho bathing facilities of Hans
Souci aro superior lo rbope of any
placoon tho boach.' 89-tf .
Our Stock ot Holiday Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
aro ivoderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to ordor on short notice.
P. O. Box 287
H. Q. B1ART.
FINE WATCH HEIAIIUNG
Island Jewt'hy made to ordor
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
J0 Island oulois policlted.
P. O. Box 365; n tO. Gort.'s etoro.
Fort Streot. G2-t
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,
r "f?n "a
White Brothers Cement ' , v
Corrugated Iron Hoofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Faints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime, , i
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
wmsm rr ms
Made of the Finest nnd Most Delicately Flavored Tobacco.
Toiale by all Druggists and Cigar Dealers.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
143-tf Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
&aHimnm?Jts &t''jmm wmm :
For the Old.
One of the Best Known
Resdents of Seattle
Cured of Kidney Disease,
3 tism, and Nervousness.
CHARLES PROSCH, Socrotary of tho WashlnBton Plonoor Association.
6n Ninth Street, V
. Seattle, Wash., May S, 1894. )
Wells, RiciiAnDspN & Co.,
Gentlemen: Vox some years my kidneys have been affected, and a mild form of
rheumatism afflicted mc.
The woist affliction from which I suffered moic or less for ten years past hns been insomnia
and its natural results, extreme nervousness. This grew so bad that it was often difficult for
mc to write my name legibly. Palne's Celery Compound ha3 cured me of the insomnia
and nervousness, so that I again enjoy refreshing sleep.
For some months last year I suffered acute pains in my chest, which almost nightly compelled
me to arise from bed and -wall- the Jloor or sit up for hours. A recumbent position brought
on the pains day or night; the position assumed in writing also caused them. I have been
happily relieved of these various disorders by Paine's Celery Compound, nnd now enjoy
better health tlinu I have experienced at any time In the previous ten years.
1 snail auvise my triends, one and all, to try Paine's
Celery Compound for such ills as I have suffered from.
. . -kyifL
H0LLISTER DRUG Co.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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