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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 27, 1890.
Jvotv Oil I none Stamps
Tho Wuhu 1'oat Office has issued
n now sot o stamps, which tho Post
Mastor has kindly sent us This
now sot numbers ton. The half
cent and fifteon-cont stamps have
two pelicans: tho former violet arid
tho latter red. . Tho ono cent and
twenty-cents stomps havo tho, Chi
ncso charactor Wuhu; tho former
is blue, the lattor carmine. Anoth
er half-cent stamp and n fivo cont
bears Chinese characters meaning
"prosperity" etc.; tho former is
oranco and tlio lattor areon. Tho
8ix cont and forty cent Imvo a
stag's hoad, tho former is brown,
tho lattor is rod. Tho two cent
and ton cent havo an owl (which
is supposed to bo crying out
"Whoo IIo") tho former is groon,
tho lattor earmino. They aro a very
pretty sot and no doubt stamp
collectors will make a rush for
thorn. Celestial Empire.
In Hydo Pork tho dogs' burial
ground at tho north end has boon
closed by tho Duko of Cambridge,
as linngor of Hydo Park, lor
nearly fort years persons havo
boon allowed to bury their pot
dogs there, and put up little tomb
stones over them. Now tho ceme
tery is full.
"When the tomb of tho groat
Emperor Frederick, who died
in 1U."0. -was opened in
1780, his coronation ring, set with
a beautiful onierald.was still found
' upon his finger.
Meohft-ves' lLiiuo, corner Hotel
and Nuinmu streets, lodging by
day, week ov month. Tonus: 25
and 50 outs pur night $1, and
$1.25 pur wi'i-k.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If yon want n
hack with good horso and enro
ful drivor ring up JL'elophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
streets. Hack at all hours.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mo kor and tuner, cm
furnish best faotory relbronces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian News Co.
will reroivp t.rompt attention. All
wor: go mi) toed to be tho sumo
as dono iu factory.
removes wrinkles nnd nil truces of nee.
leeds through tho pores and builds up thel
fatty inenibrnnts- and wanted tissuesi
nourishes the shrivelled and shrunken
skin, toncH Mid iuvinoratcs the nerves and
muscles, enriches tho iaipuveiishcd hlood
Tessels.andsupplies youth and elasticity to
the action of the skin. It's perfect.
Yale's Skin Food, price 1.C0 and ?3,
at all drug stores. MME. M. YALE,
Health nud Beauty Specialist, I'd f-'talo St.,
Chicag?. Ituuity Ouldo. mailed free.
HOni'ON DllUG CO.,
Sjig.rs Writs ng
. v .
, . FltEtiOOIXO
: and Deoouatincj
.' : 1
Fifteen years' oxporienco and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. Rt RILEY.
Loavo" orders at Sandors' Ex
Dross oflico, . Kit c Streot, near
Wanted at 'i.the. Louvre Saloon,
01 Ttuuuuu Street.
6000 men daily to drink the 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Postofflc Hnx 475 -
8SarahvL 6riFfir. SUf
Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula Cured Blood Purified by
M O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. t
14 It Is with pleasure that I send a testimonial
concerning what Hood's Barsaparllla has done
(or rnj daughter. It Is a wonderful medietas
and I cannot recommend It too highly. Sarah,
who U fourteen rears old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
erer since she was one year old. For Ato yeari
she has had a running sore on one side of her
faco. We tried otery remedy recommended, but
nothing did her nny Rood until wo commenced
using Hood's Sarsajvullla. My married daughter
advised mo to use Hood's Sarsnparllla because
It had cured her of dyspepsia. She had beon
troubled with that comphilnt since childhood,
and sluco her euro she lias lioror been without a
bottle of Hood's Snrsapurllla In tho house. We
commenced (riving It tn Sarah about one year
ago, and It has conquered the running soro,
Only a Scar Remaining
m ft trace of tho dreadful disease Provlous to
taking the mcdlclno her eyesight was affected
but now she can see perfectly. In connection
vtltli Hood's Sarsa'Hirlll'itt n have used Hood's
Vcgettiblo l'llls, anil lttxl tlii'in the best." MliS.
MAiitAdltiFFlK, Xunla, Illinois.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sick headache,
SuUgesUou. biliousness. Sold br all drucslsU.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo ARontB for tlio Republic of HrtwniL
Dr. J. K. Smith. '
NO. 12, EMMA STREET.
Odlco Hour: O to 13 n. m.
Fine Fresh Frozen
Co'umbj a Salmon
City Meat Market.
lfti-tf J. Tinker, I'roiiriotor.
Notary Public and Typewriter
"1 KAAUUMANU STKEET,
P. O. Box 330. Tclenhouo 315.
S3. "Ed-aer Street.
Q. J. Walljui - - - Manaqkh.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
FROM S6.CO UP.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention j;lven to Ulcac of tljo
eju and car.
Waluuuoiuiu A.i, iiui' Court Ho'aBe. iC3-tt
itf . .W
n BUILDING BUBNED RECENTLY
in Milwaukee, without Insurance,
becatiso n clerk TOltGOT to reuow certain
polioiea promptly a Instructed.
Ho was discharged. .
"A few days'lator, tho ownor died without
insurance on his life, leaving a widow and
three young children In poYorty, booaase
ho had NEGLECTED to Insure. A8 procrast
ination is more culpable than forgetfiilncss
perhaps tho ownor is having his punish
ment NOW. '
, "MOKAL I Consultation and oflico trcat
mentireo. Siwcial attention given to pro
crastinators." iNaunEYonn life in
Tho Equltablo Life Assurance Society
of the United" States.
General Manager for tho Hawaiian Islands:
128 & 130 FOllT STREET.
BhcMinginAll lis Branches.
W. AV. VltlOHTi Troprietor.
(Successor to Q. West)
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho lina on hnml n lnrgo supply of
Ohincso Qrnnito Curb nnd nlwnysi keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given nnd lowea4 prices assured. 'Celo
At WAIKIK1 ou enr lino and on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
1JI1UCE, WAKING & CO., .
Dealers in Lots nnd Lands,
1-tt 503 Fort Street, near King
P. O. Box 821.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar & Maker.
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Undo of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
'J'lie oboTO lllcyclc was mado as good a
H. G-. Wooten,
107 King street. 142-tf
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and dealers "In Ladios',
Gents' nnd Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - 0 - Gaiters.
No. 35 NuuauuSt. - - P. 0. Box 103.
3J" l.'ools nud filiooH raude to order in
best Htyle tit Wholesale and Itetail priced.
500, Hotel stroet.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals at rognlar rates. Fowl
served ou Thursdays and Sundays,
Hoard by week $4.50.
fisgr For best quality of ManillaCicars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco come to Hoi) Sing's
next door. 147-tf
Corner Kins and Bethel ttreeti,
Denier in Cigniv nnd Tobaccos
lU'st brands of Manilla ClgarB
and llnest Clgaicllc. . .
At lowest iICC8.
vr.- . x vt
- - t&A,
. Mir 'I wlii'riiiiiflliiliitin- '- ri'i1" -f "' SiiW-r -frT-v pw -;ft-i!'
Tlio' plenBttntost, v quietest,
shadiest nndi most perfectly nf
ppinted soasido resort on tbo
.Islnnds.. It, is duly four, miios
from, tbo boart.of tho pity and
within easy renoh of tho trntnenrs.
which run every twonty mim.tes
or oftonor. Elegantly lurnisncd
dotached cottnges or rooms nio
obtainable on onsy terms. The
tublo is superior to that of any of
tho city hotels and all tho modern
conveniences aro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Tho bnthinp; fucilities of SatiB
Souci aro superior to thoso of any
pin coon the beach. 80-tf
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental". Our prices
ar moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287
H. G- BIART.
JPINK WATCH KEI'AIIUNG
Island Ji'welry made to order
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
jfrSf" Island orders solicited
P. O. Bc-s 865;ntO. Gortz's slore.
Fort Streot. 62-1
Honolnln, Hawaiian IslancU
"Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General BankingJ
TWO GREAT WORKS
THE rOIIMEIt ACOEl'TED AS TUB
By tlio leading Colleges and most noted 8taU!h
men and Writers
Of the World.
Tho lattor ns tlio
History of Amoricn
Ever - Written.
W READ A FEW OPINIONS: -
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"It will remain an enduring monument
to tho labor of its editors.'1
I'rof. Hiiyri of Oxford t'nlvi'i'ftlty miijh i
"It will descrvo all of the encomia passed
upon it "
l'ruf. AVImelfr r Yulo Hays ;
"dear, conciso. accurate, compvoben
slvo." The Historical Novels.
By ProfaaBor Jolin R. MuHtolc
Win. M-cKlnlc', Oiivi'inor of Ohio, ftnys:
"Ouocf tho uiout beautiful productions
of the American press 1 Imvo over soen."
Levi I. Morton, Governor of .' York,
yl ' -
'Thoy possess universal interest, nnd
tell tho story of tbo now world in a unique,
'pleasant nnd instructive manner."
N. J. Smith, fro. T. It. O. V. Ulirnry
"My judgment is that in tho harmonious
blending of a thrilling romance with the
most important facts in tho history of our
country, thoy are without a parol el."
B. R FOSS, , .
609 King street, Honolulu, II. I.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
miss iti. i i,i:iti:ui:ic.
Office! Hawaiian Abstract nnd Title
Company, coiner Fort und
200-tf Merohant Sts.
THUG. H'DAI1SS A GO
't- Importers of
, ' Wliite r'Brothers,: Cement
Corrugated Iron Roofing, ',;..' t... ,.W
'. ' 'f' "
Galvanized Water, Pipe,. , , ;tJt
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
G. cfc C. Five Flour,
Hay, Gram, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., ' Elo.
mfmur'j,. rrtifcrv -ov ,"t-iii a c
Mado of the Finest and Moat Delicately Flavored Tobacco.
' Foi3alo bjnll,Dnif gists nnd Cignr Defllcix.
"THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE
sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any
lcrson or persons connected with "Tho,
i'ocifio Commercial Advertiser" or the
Hawaiian Gazette Company, who will point
out a word or a lino of "immoral o'r indo
cent" matter in tho December number of
Tug Hawaiian. Judgment as to matter
to bo rendered by tho" New York Herald,
tho New Yotk Eveulug 1'ost, or tho New
York Times. Criticism to bo submitted In
writing to the Editor 6( The Hawaiian
within sixty duys frm date.
JULIEN D. HAYNE,
192-tf Editor of The Hawaiian.
MISS ELEN0RE INGERS0LL
TEACIIER of the
llesidcnco with Mrs. E, E. Wall, Berota
nia and Miller strcetr.
Address V. O. Box 403. 102-lm
House and Lots for Sale.
Thoro is n now Iioubo nud lot
situated nt Knpalaran. Ejght on
tho trnraAvnys lino. Tho lot is 55
foot wide by 100 feet long and
being rented at $120 a year; will
sell at S900 cash. A very Rood
investment. There aro fivo jnoro
lots in tho same location, which
will bo sold at very reasonable
"For further particulars apply to
AV. O. AOHI.
THE UNDERSiaNED EXPECTING TO
learo Hnnolulu witliin eight wotiks, ro
(inusis all persons indebted to him to mako
iiuiiiedlata settlement without further no
tlco. A. It. KOWAT, D. V. 8.
Jan. 21, 1890. 200-lw
Dr. Geo. P. Andrews
Office: Masonic Builbino.
Offleo hours i 10 to 12 a.m., .1 to 4 p.m,.
Besldenco with Profi W. D. Aloxander,
Punabou street. 200-tf
Suboribe for the Evening Bul
iei'IN, 76 cents pr month.
1 fi ' "x-t- i ..' ' "KJ.
"' -; ; .'d'
k 2i 9. frmJZ "&&.
M: PHILLIPS & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian. Islands.
Wiley's -. Improved
B0UBLE.BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
ST FOR SALE BY '
Hopp & Co.
'74, King Street; or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bertelmann's slutp, oppo
site New Republic Build
Hotol St., near Fort. Tol. 302.
Scottish Union and Na
tional Insurance Co.
TIJE UNDEItSIGNED HAB RECEIVED
tho oppoiutmont of Agent for tho Ha
wuiiuu Islnnds of the "abovo Compuuy,
whioh is ono of tho strongest (lnauoially iu
tho world, aul is prepared to ioka lisks at
tho regular rates.
Capital - $30,000,000.
Total Capital, $41,372,606.
JOHN S. WALKJER.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let,- furnished, together with a beach lot.
A fine assortment of Island
views . colored and uncolored.
Special orders lakon for coloring
photos. King Bros, 'Hotol St.
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