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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY
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A H' Slcuiu rcmioniUcr.
Surprising us is the ndTiinco
made in llio uso of Btoatu as ti
motivo power, Ilorr Bchmidt, of
Asohorsleben, has raado n still
furtlmr" advance in tho USO of J
su'perhoiited steam in engifioa by
dovising a now form of super
heater. Professor llippor, of tho
Yulo University, baa apphod
this to u now typo of motor, based
upon tho principles of tho gas
engine, lie thinks that a now era
in stuum engine economy is in-
angurntod. He works stoim at j
about 700deg. P., while tho limit ,
in ordinary engines is from J00 to
350deg F. In Its simple nou-cou- (
densing form, the ongiuo has beon
run on a consumption of 171b. to
lS.b. sto in per horso-powfV. '
One of tlin ut v engines, recently (
tried at Munich in n compound j
condensing form, gives a result of
101b. to 171 1. of steam per horde- '
power, wincii is -u per cunt. ium
than tho host record of any othor
nractical ei gino. Tho economy
After Pneumonia
Catarrh,
Abscossos,
Dyapopsla
and
Hood's 8nrsnparllla Cavo Rouust
Hoalth and Strongth.
"A
Mr. irm. Tr. OUa
Is a well known bhck'mllh of Trenton, K. J.
lie wrtten lllustr.itlng tho Kroat building tip,
lilooil uirI!liiK powers of Hood's Sariaparllla
alter serious Illness:
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mani.t
I am pleased to make a statement of my ex
perlcnco with Hood's Sarsaparllla. I am
blacksmith and contracted a severe cold which
developed Into pneumonia, llctoro I got oyer
tho Illness, two largo nbsccssc gathered on my
limbs. Dlftcrcntmedlclncs failed to do me anr
is attributed to tho prevention of . catarrh and dsPePsia
A condensation in tho cylindors.
Mndo Mo Vory Wonk
and I lo flesh. I was advised to tak Hood's
Sarsaparllla. Itcforo I had used a bottlo I began
to feel better. I continued nnd liavo taken five
bottles nnd It has cured mo of all my troubles
and mado me perfectly well. I now have a good
Sartf,' C .
r8"- UICS
appetlto and weigh flvo pounds heavier than
ever before. I cannot recommend Hood's Sar
saparllla too highly." Wm. "Y. Otis, 8W
Tlnnlillm. KtnM Trnntm, Vmu T.a.
Hon which v 11 sot yon Atnoricuns , - .
!?,V ii ... nmtn nnr. i .Hood'oPlllseurcalll.UcrllU.nillounnesv,
wiui, ui ' " " ;i". " 'T ' '"unu'ee.lndlsestlop. Sick Headache.
fected it vet. anil am airaui to lei
Intention III Art
To mi American gentleman who
recently visitod him at his studio
in Munich Mr. Hubert Herkomer
mado an i tore-sting statomont. "1
have," eaid tho artist, "an invon-
Hood's
it hi-known lost some Aii'iTicun
should add u littlo molasMis or
8omelljii'g'so that has nothing
to do with t all, and have it
patented as, ins own." Hit- scheme
is behoved to bo a mothod of
making repioductions of black
and hitn painting. A sketoh is
made on a steol plato and tho
print is mado directly from tho
original painting. Mr. Heilcomor
says it will requiro somo knowl
edge of technique, and something
that ii" o.i but an artift can ac
complHh. but that thoro is no
douhti f ho sucoess'of the mothod,
and hc. els to leave it to his
ohildreu, as painters were never
known to leave any money con
sideration. Son Arsciillno OruUer.
An Argentine oruiser, tho Bue
nos Ayic". which has been built
for the Aigontino Govornmont by
Sir W. Armstrong, Mitcholl. and
Co., ui.donvcnt a trial off Jarrow,
onNov"b"v 2. She is 121ft.
long and -17ft. 2in wide, with a
displacement of 4500 tonf, Sho
has a protect. ve deck throughout,
and a eoniong-tower with a steal
armor, nnd is armed with 8in ,
Gin., and bum I ler quick-firing gum-,
and five torpedo-dischargers. She
attained a spi fad on her trial, with
natural draught, of 23 202 Knots.
i
A Viiriilture Pcnl.
Orel way Si Porter, tho outer
prising fornituro dealers on Hotol
stieet, have another suipriso for
tho Honolulu public, having
during tho last few days received
a larga invoice of furniture of tho
latest designs direct from lho fac
tory. Thisfinn nro certainly nbroast
of tho tirrt'!, as liny import dinct
fiom tho fictnry.'thuoby doing
nuny with Ui jobber or middle- i
maiiV pinfn Hi's littlo stroko 01
busiilesb ab liry enables them to
fo'l a cv I 'W iiguio, uid peo
ple who ai'.i thinking of buying
furniture wi.l do wei! to inspect
their stook beforo purchasing elso
whero. The goods nro ready for inspeo
lion and cmu-rlse bedroom sots,
extension tabl, h'debvMrii-, see
lotarybookcasos.chinoniors.wnrd
robes, eta, eta, all from tho vory
latest dosigiH and at prices to
euit the ti'iiop.
23o.
Kobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo ArotiIs for tho Itormblio ot Hawaii.
Dr. J. K. Smith.
THE RICHELIEU, BERETANIA ST
ttaleo Hour: 0 to 13 n. in.
lSS-3m
Fine Fresh Frozen
Columbia Salmon
BUILDING 11UKNUD ItEOENTLV
lu Jtihvnukie, without Insurance,
becntiso n clerk tOKOOT to renow certain
policies xiromptly as Instructed.
"He was discharged.
"A few days'later, lho owner died without
iusuranco on his life, leaving a widow nnd
three young children .,in poverty, bocauso
ho had NEQLECTr.B to Insure. As prociast
Ination is more culpahlo than forgctfulness
perhaps tho owner is having his punish
ment NOW.
"iJORAL I Consultation nnd offlco treat
ment free. Special attention given to pro
crastinatorB." r
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INSURE YOCII LIFE IK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Bruce Cartwriglrt, .
Genornl JIannger for tho Ilawniiau IslandsJ
GO-tf
HONOLULU
Carriage Manufactory
128 & 130 TOUT STREET.
Carriage Builder
and itnrAinr.n.
SlacbmitliinginAll Its Branches,
W. W. rilIUHT. Proprietor.
(Successor to Q. West.)
City Meat Market.
10.'-tf J. Tinker. Proprietor.
N. Fernandez,
Notary Public and Typewriter,
II KAAUUMANU STKEET,
I'. O. Hox 3K(1. Telephone 315.
?50-tf
Bl IK2.3a.er Stroot.
Q. J. WAIiLEK ... MANAQEIt.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUTCHERS
AND
3a,Tnr Contractors!
C. B. DAVIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho hns on hand n lnrtfo aupply ot
Chiucso Qrnuito Curb and alwnyskeopa
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
given and lowea1 prices assured. Telo
ohono 833.
M ii i i - i
Building Lots!
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino nnd on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
Plant.
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, "WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
C03 Fort Streot, near King.
1-tf
TELKrnoxE 007.
P.O. Box 321.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar 3Si Maker.
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Woods.
RKABONABLE HtlCF-S.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
Gl-tf.
Tim DaiiR" romo
In cases of typhoid fover, diphtheria and
other wanting diaouses, when tho patient
has been minced in UeBh, nudstieugth, and
begins tho toilsome ulinili to, hflnltb. Here
Hood's Barsapanlla finds Its plucp. It enrich
es the bin-id, HtreiiRthous tho nerves, gives
tone to tho riietivo organs, and builds up
the whole system.
Hood's Pills arc the best alter-dlnuer pills
assist dlirestlon, cure headache. 25c a box. i
- 103 -
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
Plumbers &
CROCKEHY,
and dealers in
GLiASaWAUE, ETO.,.
ETC.
112-
Water Pipes, laid nnd repaired,
ami 'iiluinhliitr nlly executed.
No 41, Nuuanu street.
it ' 'I 1 m
'5m)&wv.
Tlieaboe Jilcycle was made as goodas
new by
H. G. Wooten,
lllciclc lanufaetarer.
107 King street. 142-tf
500 PAIR
-or-
PANTALOONS
FROM S6.00 UP.
Dr. W. L. Moore
1 Illlo, Hawaii.
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers nud dealers in
Gents' nnd Children's
Lndios',
Boots, - Shoes
0 - Gaiters.
r.O. Bpxl08.
Special attention lren to diseases of the
eyo and ear. (
Ofllce hours
( n to C3 am.
2 to 4 pin.
Wntnnuenne Ave, near Court Ho.
V
C3-tf
No. 35 Nuimnu St. -
Honolulu.
fJtT Boots and Shoes made to order in
best style ni Wholenalo nnd Hctnil p-ices.
118-tf
European Restaurant.
509, Hotel street.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals at regular rates. Fowl
nerved on Thursdays and Sundays,
Board by week $4.50.
!BB For best quality of Manilla Cigars,
Cigarettes and Tobatco eome to Hop Sing's
next door. 14.U
SING WO,
Conor King and Bethel atreeta,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccos
llest brands of 'TSlanllla Clgan
and Uncut Cigarottcs. . .
At lowest prices. 142-
Sans Souci
Seaside Resort.
Tho pleasuntoat, ' quietest,
shadiest und most perfectly up
pointed sensido resort on tho
Islands. It is only four miles
from tho honrt of tho city and
within oaBy reach of tho truincars.
whioh run every twenty mint. ten
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
dotached cottages or rooms are
obtainable on oasy terms. The
tablo is superior to that of nny nf
tho city hotels and ull the modern
conveniences aie provided.
"Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in ndvnnco.
Tho bathing facilities of Sanb
Souci ure superior to (Uoso of any,
plncoon the beach. 89-tf
Jeweiry !
Our Stock ot Holiday Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tbe finest on tbe
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
r. O. Box 287 Fort Streot.
SUV.
H
XuXZLEXOriEID-
"STHfTS"
Importers of
'a
'White Brothers' Cement'
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Paints and Oils.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & G. Fine Flovr,
x Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
H. G- BIART.
WATCn KEPAI1UKQ
Jiwehy mado to ordor
FINE
Island
Souvonii Spoons, Gold wire
Jewelry, etc.
gW Island orders solicited.
P. O. Box 355; at O. Gortz's store
Fort Streot. 62-t
Ctoug ppieckel uo.
BANErS. j
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
DRAW EXCHANGE
ON THE
Principal Parts of the "World,
and
Transact a Genera) Banking,
BusinepR.
$?MZ
4C?S& " "
mki Se nrm sc
MLMJWJi ""feS -a rZ&i ... V 4 c4 i&fff
CIGARETTES
ISToted. for
Mado of tin-' Finest nnd Most Uelicntely Flavored Tobacco.
Forjsalo by all Dniggibts nnd Cigar Dealers,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
14M-tf Agents for Ilawaiian Islands.
New Strength
For the Old.
One of the Best Known
Residents of Seattle
Made Well.
Cured of Kidney Disease,
Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, and Nervousness.
CHARLES PROSCH, Socrotary of tho Washington Plonoor Acsoclatlon.
6n Ninth Stueet, , ),. '
Seattle, Wash., May 8, 1894. J
Wells, Richardson & Co.,
'Gentlemen; For some years my kidneys have been affected, and a mild form of
rheumatism afflicted me.
The worst nfllictioit from which I sufTered more or less for ten years past has been insomnia
and its natural results, extreme nervousness. This grew so bad that it was often difficult for -me
to write my name legibly. Paine's Celery Compound has 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 -walk the Jloor or sit up for tours. 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, and now enjoy
better health than I have experienced at any time In, the previous ten years.
I shall advise my friends, one and all, to try Paine's
Celery Compound for such ills as I have sufTered from.
i A
Yours truly,
H0LLI8TEB DRUG
Co.,
'!-! lli
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands'.
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