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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, I89G.
Tlio flrorun M'nulilnitlon of lite
Noulli African Itepnbllc.
Gonornl 1'. J. Joubort, undor
whoso leadership tlio Boors bo
sumninriry defeated, the attempted
invasion of the Transvaal by Dr.
Jameson, with British troops, is
lookod upon as tho-Georgo AVash
ington of tho South African re
public. Ho was a plain Boor
farmer whon, in 1881, ho led a
handful of Dutch warriors in tho
revolt of tho Boors and whinpod
tho British army at Majuba Hill,
which secured them their liberties.
By birth General Joubort is an
American, being a native of Uni
ontown, Pa., whoro ho was born
in 18-11. llis parents came from
Holland provious to tho war.
When about 1-1 years of ago he
loft America, going to Holland,
and thunco to South Africa.
At tho outbreak of tho Rebellion
ho returned to this country, sorv
ed in tho Navy under Admiral
Dupont, and afterward as a Cap
tain of a colored company undor
Gonornl "Woitzel. Ho returned to
Holland nftor tho war, and thoro
uftor to South Africa. t Aftor hie
victory ovor tho British troops,
tho Dutch farmers niado him Vico
President of tho Ropublio and
Commander-in-chief in all mil
itary matters. "When Gonornl
Joubort returned to Amorica in
December. 181)0, partly for busi
ness and partly to arrange for an
exhibition of South Africa pro
ductions at tho Chicago "World's
Pair, ho was naturally treated
with great attention by his follow
(leducndautt from the same stock
the Knickerbockers of Now York
and its vicinity. S. P. Chronicle.
'I In- l.uliktcr ami llic l.ndj.
A livo lobster in tho orchestra
of tho Harlem Opera Houho dur
ing a rccont performance caused a
commotion. The lobstor was
brought to tho theater by a man
who occupied a seat in tho fourth
row. Ho hnfl it in the pocket of
his overcoat when ho entered, but
in homo- way tho lobstor managed
to mako its escape at thooimof
tho lirs t act. it waudored along
tlio floor of tho orchestra, in and
out between tho feet of tho occu
panls.of., tho seats. It began to
climb up tlfo shoo of an elderly
woman in tho second row, and sho
jumped up, shook her foot, and
shrieked: "There's an awful beast
that tried to bite mo." Sovornl
other women screamed, and in
half a minute pandemonium
reigned, until a sharp-eyed ushor
caught sight of the cause of trou
bio. The lobster lasted only half
G. R. Harrison, practical p nno
and otgan maker and tuner, cat
furnish best factory ruferonces.
Or J res Uft it Hawaiian News ( o.
will receive prompt attention All
work gumantot'd to be tho sumo
os dmo in factory.
removes wrinkles and all traces of age. I
ieeds through tho pores and builds up tho
fatty membranes and wasted tisnuoii,
nourishes tho shrivelled ana shrunken
skin, tones and invigorates the nerves and
u.uscles, enriches tho impoverished blood
vr iselB. and sniiplics youth and elasticity to
tho action of tlio skin. It's perfect.
Yale's Skin Food, price $1.60 and $3,
at all drug stores. MME. M. YALE,
Health and Beauty Specialist, 140 State St.,
Ubicag3, Uoauty uuide. mailed me.
HOBHON DRUG CO.,
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuuunu Streot.
C0O0 men daily to drink the COOO
..FAMOUS BATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
FostofUce Box -175 .... Honolulu.
Ktv George TT. Tuley
Curod of Rhoumatlsm by
" C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mom. i
" I was taken down with rheumatism over a
jear ago. I was sick for otm six months.
Often I would have such pains that I could
hanlly nniluro them. A friend carno to mo and
advised mo to try Hood's Bampvltla, I took
him at hi word nnd cot a hottle of It, and sine
have taken eight bottles ol It.
It Has Curod Mo
When the doctors could do mo no good what
ever. After being benefited so much from this
medicine I describe Hood's Sarsaparllla as a
wonderful medicine. 1 alvj advise over? one
who Is troublod with rheumatism not to b with-
out Hood's B.irsnp.TllIa. I nm a farmer, and
the medicine has clven mo much encrcy and
strength to prfonn my work." Gkohqk W.
Tl Lrv, lkiij.unln, Missouri.
Hood's Pl!l3 are hand made, and perfect
In vrooortlou and uwcaranco. E6c. a box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for the Kepnblio ot Hawaii.
Dr. J. TZ. Smith.
THE .RICHELIEU, BERETANIA ST
Ofllco IIouta: 0 to ltJ n. in.
Fine Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
im-tf .1 Tinker. Proprietor.
Notary Public and Typewriter,
11 KAAHUMANU STItEKT,
1. O. flox Syil. Telephone 315.
tin UDILDINQ BUUNED RECENTLY
" iu Milwaukee, without Insuranco,
becouso r clo'rk tORGOT to reuow certain
policies promptly as instructed,
"He was discharged.
"A few days'lalor, the owner dlod without
Insurance on his lifo, leaving a widow and
three young children irf poverty, bocauBO
ho had NEGLECTED to Insure. As procrast
ination is more culpable, than forgotfulness
porhaps tho owner Is having' his punish.
"MORAL I Consultation and office treat
ment free; Special attention given to pro
crastluators." INSURE Y0UB L1FK IN
Tho Equttablo Lifo Assuranco Society
of the United States.
Bruce Cartw right,
General Manager for the Hawaiian Islands!
128 & 180 FOKT STREET.
BlacksnttgitiJlll Its Branches.
W. "W. "WniUl.T, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
SI 3Siaa.Gr Street.
O. J. Wallkh - - - MANAann.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
C. B. DAVIGHT,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
IIo lias on band n ltirgo mipply of
Ohinceo Grnnito Curb nnd nlwnys keeps
Ilawaiinn Garbing Stouc. Estimates
given and lowcs4, prices assured. Tele
At WAIKIK1 od car lino nnd ou PA-
, LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
Thcso Lots are Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Acre Trncts near tho city nnd
other Properties for solo.
BRUCE,' "WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1-tf C03 Fort Street, near King.
Tho plenBuntodt, quietest,
Buudiest and most perfectly ap
pointed eonBido rosort on tho
Islands). It is only four inilos
from tho heart of tho city nnd
within'onsy reach of tho trumcars,
which run every twouty minutes
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
dotnohed cottages or roomB nro
obtainable on ousy terms. Tho
tnblo is Buporior to that of any of
tho oity hotels and all tho modern
conveniences are provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain oxtra accommodations by
telephoning in advance.
Tho batliinR fnoilitiua of Sans
Souci are superior to thoso of any
plscoon tho bench. 89-tf
THEO. H DA VIES CO
Our Stxick of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of ovorything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Lox 287
H. G. BIART.
FINE WATCH HEF'AIIUXG.
Island Jewelry inndo to order
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
gW Island orders solicited.
P. O. Ika 3G5;ntO. Gortz'sBtoro.
Fort Streot. 62-t
P. O. Box 321.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar S& Maker.
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Hade of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
Principal Parts of tlio World,
Transact a General Banking,
While Brothers1 Cement
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Faints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime.
" ' G. & C. Fine Flour, ....-' - ; '
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Elo.
Mado of the Finest and aMost Delicntulj' Flavored Tobucco.
roisnlo by nllDmcgislH nnd Cignr DcnlciB.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Agents for Hawnilan Islands.
n It ( i
FROM S5.00 UP.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention glcn to UUcaxs of the
eye and car.
0 to 12 nm.
Tlie above Bicycle mos nmJo as goodnt
H. G-. Wooten,
107 KIncBtrcet. U2-tf
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and dealers in Ladles',
Gents' nnd Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - 0 - Gaiters.
No. 35 KuunnuSt. T. O. Box 108.
BJGT Boots nnd Shoes made to order in
best btyle nt Wholesalo nnd llctall p'iccs.
COO, Hotel street.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals ut regular rates. Fowl
nerved ou Thursdays and Sundays.
Board by week 4. CO.
tJF For best quality of Manilla Cigars,
CiOjareitos and Tobucco cams to Hop Slug's
' fewP- fewVi
-vi.j . . wit i Dfc.frrirw.vv"".. .'
For the Old.
One of the Best Known
Residents of Seattle
0rr King and Bethel treU,
Donler in Cigars nnd Tobaccos
licet brands of Munlllu CIruis
Wainnnenuo Ave. no'ir Court House. iC3-tf
and llncBt CIgaiettcii.
At lowest price.
Cured of Kidney Disease,
n ' t!M&r
CHARLES PROSCU, Secretary of tho Wr.ctilnslon Plonoor Association.
6n Ninth Stuekt,
Srattle, Wash., May 8, 1894. J
Wells, Riciiakusok & Co.,
Gentlemen; For some years my kidnoys have been affected, and a mild ,form of
rheumatism afilictcd me.
The voit aftliction from which I suffered 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'3 Celery Compound has cured me of the insomnia
and nervousness, so that I again enjoy refreshing bleep.
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 hours. A recumbent position Draught
on the pains day or night j 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 Iu the previous ten years.
I shall advise my friends, one and all, to try Paine's
Celery Compound for such ills as I have suffered from.
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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