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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1896.
pii mft'HMjwi.piijigijwinwi'jin i" il - jiw p wi jju.iiuujj' Jw' -J' ' '
ii ipi ! mmummln'tri',-r-mritrlrinmml-nilaMattmfl WB),M
intornnl cuiicortiH of Spain. Our
policy iu tepid to Europe, which
WftB ftdoptccl ut un oirlystagoof
tbo wars which lmvo so long agi
tated that quarter of tho globe,
ncvortholusB remains the wuno,
which is not to intoifure in tho
intomal concerns of any of its
powers, to consider tho Govern
ment, do fucto, as tho legitimate
government for ub; to cultivato
friondly rotations with it, and to
presorvo thoso rotations by a
frank, firm and manly policy,
mooting in all instancos tho just
claiuiB of every power, submitting
to injurios from nouo.
But in regard to these conti
nents oircuinsttucos nro eminently
and conspicuoualy difTuront. It
is impossiblo that tho allied pow
ors should extund thoir political
system to any portion of either
eontinont without onduugoring
our ponce and happinosa; nor can
any ono believo that our southern
brethren if loft to thorasolvcs,
would adopt it of thoir own c
cord. It is equally impossiblo,
thoreforo, that wo should behold
such ititorpositinn in any form
If wo loon t" tho comparative
strength and resources of Spain
and those now Governments and
thoir distance from each other, it
must ba obvious that sho can
never subduo them. It is still
tho true policy f tho United
Stales to leave" tho paitiuH to
thoiiibolvcs, in the hope that oth
er parties will piusuo tho siine
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has a chiipgn of ad. in this
issue in which gome information
is Rivon about President Orespo
of Veiuz'iola. and incidentally at
tention is culled to tho lurg stock
of cutlery recoivod by the last
Austral in and fur salo by that
Urvnt ttlvcri nl tho "World.
Tho Yang tso-Kiang Rivor of
China is 3UU0 miles long and na
vigable for good-sized vessels for
moro than two-thirda of that dis
tance. Tho Iloangho or Yollow Itiver
of China is 2800 miles in length
and drains a territory equal to
one-third tho area of tho United
Tho Volga is tho groat rivor of
Russia, having a length of 2800
miles and draining nearly one
half of the European dominions
of tho Czir.
Tho Euphrates is 1780 inilos in
length. Most uf its lowor course
is through a sandy desert, and for
several hundred miles it has no
The San Francisco, a rivor in
Brazil, is M00 miles in length
and "was so cnllod boouuso it was
discoveiod on tho foast day of St.
Tho unciont historians sny
that over 1000 miles of the Lowor
Nile wero protected by artificial
embankments and other works of
The Danube flows through
oountrios in which fifty - two
languages and diulects are spoken.
It i 2000 miles in longth, and
Jjeurs ou itl current four-fifths of
tho c6mM6rco of Eastern Europe.
Tho Brahmapootra, from whose
banks came tho fowls that wore
so popular in this country a num
ber or yoaib ago, is 1C0O miles in
length. It is said that every va
riety of precious stones has beon
found in the sand of its bed.
The Po, in North Italy, is 300
miles in longth. Tho deposits at
its mouth have caused tho coast to
gain upon the sea so rapidly that
a point whioh in tho time of
Augustus waB a seaport is now
eighteen miles from the1 Adriatic.
Tho Rio Grando del Norto, be
twoou Texas and Mexico, is 1800
miles long, but in many places
during a dry season can easily bo
forded by footmon. Tho Rio
Grando do Santiago of Mexico ii
1250 miles iu longth.
SubHoribe for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 cont3 por month.
Why Have You
Been stricken with dlseaso wlillo your nci)ru.
bor escaped, or vlce-verea f Both were alike
exposcdrbut In ono cao tho dlseaso germs
found lodgement In tho Impure blood aud
weakened Bjstcm, whllo In tho other tho
blood was kept puro by Ilood's Barsaparllla,
and tho body was In a condition of good
HooD18Pn.i.saro purely vegetable and do
uot purge, pain or grip Sold by all druggists.
ConcuMton nnit Other V.ve Trouble
Which Bathers Aro Lliblo.
Concerning boido of tho nural mis
haps which occnr to thoso who indulge
in sea bathing whore thoro is concussion
from tho surf, Popular Science Nev
quotes Dr.A. fl. Choadlo. Ho says that
tho common ncoidonts to tho oar nro
aonto inflammation of tho middle ear,
diflnso inflammation of tho external
car, tho lighting tip of nn ncnto condi
tion in n chronio enppnrating otitis me
dia, simpio deafness duo to swolllng of
a ccruminoos plug. Boaidos this tbcro
aro occasionally troubles from diving,
snch s concussion of tho labyrinth nnd
ruptnro of tho mombrana tympanl.
In order to avoid theso accidents Dr.
CJieadlo says thnt persons suffering from
tniddlocnr dischargo should never batho
at all, aud that thoso who lmvo had
in id dlo ear discharge nnd whoso mom
branus havo healed should never batho
without somo ofllclent means for pre
venting tho water from entering tho
ears, such as firm plugs of cotton wool
with an oilskin cap fitting tightly over
them. Water remaining in n healthy
ear should bo let out as soon as possible
Acuto otitis scorns to bo occasionally
caused by water which has cntored tho
uaso-pharynx; henco tho noso should be
protected. Somo ndvi&o that ovory ono
who bathes should introduco a plug of
cotton iu tho car.
A Good Fuce Lotion.
A woll known lotion that will not
injure tho most sensitive skin consists
of a half pint of sour milk and half an
ounco of gratod horso radish. Lot it
stand from 0 to 13 hours nnd wash tho
face several times a day. This simpio
remedy Is usually effective. Washing
tho face in a saturated solution of borax
in rosowatcr is n vory plea&ant treat
ment nnd equally beneficial.
Mini Hllilecarde ITnwthorne,
itiss Hildcgardo Hawthorne not long
sinco published in n nmgaziuo n weird
sketch which resembles her grand
father's stylo much more than docs tho
work of either of Nathaniel Haw
thorno's children. Miss Hawthorno is
tho eldest daughter of "that dear littlo
boy," Julian, of whom Sophia Haw
thorno wroto so lovingly to her mother.
All tho seven children thus "onco ro
moved" from tho great novelist aro
very comely. Hildogardo has boon n
second mother to those other ohildren
of whom her father once said that they
mndo his homo when thoy wero little
"Tho House of Seven Gnbblos."
New Uaos For Paper 1'nlp.
Now uses forpapor pulp como to light
ovory day. Paper boots, shoes, stockings
nnd oven bricks for uso in building
houses aro already things concorniug
which the olomont of novolty has disap
peared. Now, according to Tho Paper
Mill, an Englishman is building housos
oot of broad slabs madoof paper or pulp
used in much tho samo manner as is
corrugatod iron or boarding, and he is
roofing his houses and finishing thorn
insldo with the same material. This is
a paper ago indeed.
Tho Omaha tnrnvcroin has for nino
yoars provided instruction for women
iu physical culture, nnd in tho last win
ter had 70 women in thoclnss. Tho cos
tumo worn is a looso belted waist with
Health, said Miss Arnold in Boston
to tho Cbauncoy hall kindergarten grad
uates, is tho first requisito of success.
Tho "new" woman has nouo of tho old
fashioned belief in nerves and notions.
Upon curtains tho principal part of
tho embroidery is now placed upon tho
turnover portion of the top. This has
much tho effect of avalanco whenoffect
Powderod alum dissolved in tho
water in Which tho hands aro bathed
beforo putting on tbo glovos will check
tho perspiration of tho hands.
In Paris tho pretty fashion of docking
tho tablo with tiny trees almond,
oraugo and cherry is being rqvivod.
(IVwt If. S, JoutwU Xtdulut.)
P rof.W.H JV clte.wlio makes ft p.cMty of Epilepsy,
liia 'vlthout item u ircau 1 kiiiI cun U moro ouea than
my living rhylcl in i,iUfmu.'i'jlisaioiiiltlii(;. Wo
ga u lioaril ut t j or yi nr't jntllnKCiircil by lilm.
icuili w llli a largo liottlo of h absolute cure, frco to
Wo Dd lo nnyorw wishing a euro to artilrets,
Vrof. W. II. l'El'IU'.. F O., J Cedar RU, New York.
STERER : AND
ER : IN . . .
Furnlture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contruotor and Builder.
No. 89, Nuuanu street.
lias on hand Coffins, Camphor 'franks,
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Matressos, etc
JQ4T Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds made nnd repaired
Building houses und renl.lnf; rice mills a spe
cialty. P, O. Box 102, corner Klnfe and Bethel
To close out tho stock,
SHIRT WAISTS AT 50 CTS. EACH AND HELMETS AT 25 CTS.
P.O. Box 480. POUND
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Hew & Second-Hand
IS AT THE.
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
Exclusive and Attractive. FJUG FislLiUS1.
Froo Eods and Bait Euruislied.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOPS SWITCH
Tolophono 889. Ell & 4SV3IE
Central Weat JVIapet
Loto's Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIItST CLASS Market in every
Orders delivered promptly to all parts of
tW Telephone 101. 120-tL
of all kindB.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
Cl Fort Street Telephone 422
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Eloetrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
HOLIDAY -:- GOODS
I rordlnlly Invito Ladles nnd Gentlemen to In
spect my stock of : i ,
KUIMOIDEHED SCHEEN8, TABLE COVLlfs AND QUILrS,
Beautiful Hin.coi.iiei' Ware and
I CAUltr A rl'IX STOCK OP
MEN'S -:- FURNISHINGS.
K7" Especially the
Hotel street, next to '.mltvav & Forlcr. lS.'.tf
3? a jamas,
Cur tains, DEtc,
Will bo sold at cost or less.
FOOT STKEET STCHE.
THE GRASS HOUSE
S. I., SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuunnu Streets, Honolulu
Olioico Liquors nnd Fine Jloor,
AM NOW prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton Roods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
lf2-tf KnulIKe street mnkal of Kim; street.
HOP HINa& COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Llemore nnd JIanlla Cigars, English and
iOi notel street. - - - - Telcphono 147.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigarsi
Peanut Oil, Suger, Soap,
Cundles, etc., at lowebt
market pnoo. . ; . .
Cornor Nuuanu aud Tauahi strectH, 143-
CHIN WO & CO.
Younjr. Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Berctanla and Nuuanu sts., Ilonolnln.
KICK l'LANTEUB-Alwajs have for salo tho
beet-quality of rice. Onr rice marked WOO
Is guaranteed to bo Al.
Agents for the following rlre plantations;
l'alama, Halswa, Moanalnu, Walklkl, Walplo.
Kalawao, Kawaluapa and Waloll, Oaliu, and
145 Tel. 218. V O Box 242.
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuuuuu Street. ,
C000 meu daily to drink the 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD Qi DRALIQHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Poftofflco Box 475 .... Honolulu.
Trains vrill loavo on Saturdays nt 9:11
n.m.,nndl:(5 p.m., arriving in Uouolnl
at 3:11 p.m. nnd 5:20 p.m.
Train will lenvo on Sundays at 0:10 n.io
arriving in Honolulu nt fi:2(J p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 7fc
2nd01uss 1 2f
F. C. Smith,
Qen'l Tass. nnd Tlckot Agent
Jd n jKI. JJ Jew ju 1
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of all kinds.
& Tho Dnest Imported confcctlonory
d-tf Hotel Htreok r Torti
FOllT AND HOTEL STS.
Hcattparters EDteroriso Brewintr Co
Lnrgost Oonsignmont of Beer
that over arrived hero, now
J. DODD. l'rop'i
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea. and Coffee
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
BRONZE BRASS, and IROK
made und repaired.
SfciTarticular nttontion paid
Castle & Cooke
F. O. JONEA. E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Shares of
Pain Sugrnr Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Go. Stock.
Hawaiian Govornmont and lot
Mortgage Sugar Planta
JSP For pnrUcnlarn apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Jampire. Saloon M
A gouernl Block of Liquors, Alct nnd -tt1
PIlfcSH IlKEIt ALWAYS ON IHUUGJIT. 'ft
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro nf the finest nnd come to ua
direct i turn Europe
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported straight from
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
J. J. Sor.uvAN,
Honolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & Hucklev, JIun'K'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tbo City, with Competent mid Care
Siand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Comer of Fort nnd Hotel Streete.
Hnw'n Hotel Stnblea, 82.
FnuHieon Stnbles, 31,
tf Fnahion StnblcB. 148.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 ilnc, 0 in. Pipe, Uhnin and
l'luff, with wood tim all complete. Other
denlcra firo dumfouudvd, And ivsort to all
uuinucr of Tricks nnd Kxcmses.
Ho not deceived, theo Hath Tubs havo
becu sold for $14 until I reduced tho prioe,
I am prepared to do all work in uiyliuo
nnd fjuarautto satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want ft good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telcphono St I, nud I am your
JAS. KOTT Jr,
177-tf Tiutmlth & Plumber:
I lit n . ...
Grand Sale of
Commencing Saturday, Doc.jl4th
D.l HOWARD HITCHCOCK
Mastorpiecos in Pariiin
Marble, Guaranteed Gon
uino; Silk Lamp Shades,
tbo B and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypos, Photo-
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal'
and Building Matorials of all
Queen Rtroot, Honolnln.
E, 13. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUJLD15B.
VKstinnitos givon on all
kinds of Stoi.a.'Bnok-iind "VN'ond
work. Kirg si root. 47-tf
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408 Fort Straet ... llo'nolnlu
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