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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 10, 1890.
Ulke Hard ami Hear tlio Ilrnl Tone.
Brilliant ImtrnmenU Wear.Tlnnj'.
Iu purchasing n piano it is said by ex
perts that tbo tono givon oat after strik
ing tho keys hard is tho tono to yhioh
tho piano will ultimately woar. I it is
nt nil motollio or thin, tho piano should
not be bought Tho ideal piano shonld
havo brilliancy, sweetness, volume, a
singing quality of tono, nn easy action
and should bo guaranteed to wear for
ten years at least. It riiould improve
with uso, but this very few instruments
Tho matter of selecting n piano to
most peoplo, nnd to many that havo
somo knowlcdgo of mnslof.nd pianos, ii
a great difficulty. Muny pooplo will al
low nn agent to put a piano in their
house, and in this way havo no woy of
comparing pianos, to toll what ii best
In tho question of pianos ns in every
thing, "thobestisthochoapest," Thcro
nro m.iny good makes that uro recog
nized ns standard pianos, nnd theso pi
anos cost but llttlo moro than u cheap
ouo. Tlio opinion of tho peoplo in gen
eral is what tolls for n piano.
In looking nt a lot of pianos a person
not thoroughly understanding pianos
will bo inclined to select tho very oppo
sito in tlio way of tono that ho wants.
Tlio dealer will tell yon "this is u flue,
brilliautpiano; sco how clear it is. You
can hear every bit of that nothing cov
Now, in considering this matter, Tho
Etudo ndvises that this is tlio very kind
of piano not to select. Tlio brilliant tono
will soon wear metallic, and then you
will Inn o u "tinny" piano. Get n piano
that is somewhat muflled ; it will wear
brighter quick enough, and iu tho caso
of tho muflled piano tho tono N ill im
provo nnd enmo up to its best point
with usage. But in tho caso of tho bril
liant piano, tho tono is at its best nt
first and will routluuo to go back in
stead of improve. Do not get n light
action piano. It will not ttaud tho
heavy playing liko a heavy action will.
And if your piano has u heavy action
you will not bo troubled when asked to
play on a piano that lias a heavy action;
you will not bo at n disadvant.igo from
lack of pow cr.
Do not, if it can bo avoided, get a pi
ano of a comparatively new make. You
run a risk not to lo encountered in buy
ing of mi old established firm. Tlio
agent or dealer will tell you tho now
and cheaper piano is just ns good, but
always rqmomber that ho talks for "No.
1," and that moro money is to bo limdo
on a cheap piano than on a good one
Do not purchases an instrument that has
somo now "fad" that is claimed to
mako it "superior to all other" Every
piano, nccording to tlio manufacturer's
ndvcrtiboiiicut, is "uniivaled."
Tho Misery Boforo Talcing
Tho Happiness AftorXaklng
Mr. JU Jt. Bishop
liommonton, N. J.
" C. I. Tlood & Co., Lowell, JIasj.i
"Dear Sirs i Ilinvo been In poor he.ilth for
0 or 25 cars, and havo been taking doctors'
medicines moro or less alt tbo time. I did not
get much relief. My blood was In a bad sh.ips
and my sj stem was all run down. I thought I
must die, but notlclns loreral testimonials in
tho papers In behalf of Hood's Barsaparllla I
bourht thrco bottles nnd found thit It did me so
much Rood tint I continued tnkliiR It. I was
without appetite, slothrtilly sleepy, nnd had a
licndacho most nil tliu tlmo. la fact I cannot
describe my fccllncs. After mine ono bottlo of
Hood's SamparllU I found It was doing ma
much good and now I cannot praise tho medicine-too
much for what It has dono for mo. I
am a disabled soldier 09 years old and waj at
pictcd with miny ailments, Including kidney,
bronchitis, nnd ittarrli. blnco uslnic 0 bottlts
of Hood's Sarapirllli I nm llko mother mnn.
In fact 1 think Hood's R irsap.irlllt saved my
life." it. 11. lliMiof.llox 430, lfa-nmonton, N. J.
Hood's Pills aro prompt nnd efficient, jot
easy lu uctlou. Sold by all druggists. SJo,
Hobron Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Hopublio of Hawaii.
A Short Dlstnnco from tho Bridge,
Tourists nnd others will find it to thoir
mlvnutui0 to visit tlio nbovo resort, as
thoy will meet with every accommodation
that comfort rennlrm.
mhs. rrn0s. wiught,
."J") tf Proprietress.
bM i til Wl mm
nW fj-K f ifi JUS (
FROM S6.00 UP.
Fort Street, opposlto HncKfeld's.
. I WILL
of Nice Goods Just
Cleaning imd Re-
A Now Lot
IIoit to Keep Cike.
Cakes keep for n lonp vrhilo in tins
with lids tliat fit well, mid so many
things nro now sold in largo tins that it
ii cr.ny to havo separato tins for tho dif
feicut kinds. Several or(n of cako
should not bo kept in the F,auio tin, for
nil grt a coiifusrd kind of flavor of ouo
another, and it is particularly bad to
keep gingerbread with nny other enko.
All cako tins, ns well as bread pans,
should bo turned out onco a wet k, emp
tied of crumbs, and wiped round witho
dry, clean cloth, nt order to pro ent ft
stale, musty tasto that is apt to develop
itself. Cakts uiado with yeast set htafo
as quickly as bread doca, but enkej
mado with hiking povdovcr paisloy
flour aio tho better for keeping. Tlio
golden rule for tho Fati?fctoiy baking
of such cakes is to put them in it hot
oven directly they ttro mixed, nnd to
havo everything prepaied beforehand, ho
that tho mixing is dono quickly.
When WnO'.lnir Wiuilunri.
Kcroseno oil added to tho water with
which mirrors, windows or any thing of
glass in to bo wnshed will givo u luster.
A pint of water nnd a tnblcspooufnls of
oil will wash four laro windows. First
dnst tlio windows caif fully, then rub
well with kcroseno and wutcr, wipo
with a cloth and polihh with old news
paper. It Move Them On..
A teacher giving khsm-.s on physical
force, when ho had finished, asked,
"Now, bos, can any of you tell me
what fouo it is that mm is peoplo along
tho streets?" Ho was greatly Hurpiis-id,
and tho class highly Limited, ut nceiv.
ing frcm ono of tho boys Uiemicxpcctul
answrr, "Please, hir, tlio polios force.
Situated ou a IVnutiful Uillsido Overlook
ing tho Ocean, nud 1300 fcot
nbevo Sea Lcel.
Only 24 hour-.' sail from Honolulu.
Climnto mild, c'eir dry nttnosphoro, freo
from fugs nnd innlurin, oi tcinl provision
for quiut and rest iig well as for uuiuso
nicnt mid outdoor life.
Ult. II. A. LIXDLKY, Prop.,
323 tf Kona, Iluwnit.
TAJ. I OR.
No. 117 Bethel st., between Kiug nnd Hoto
Ent, drink (Rrnttlo Ueor) and
liny for it, for tomorrow yon will
v.nnt somo moro.
Nicely furnished roonib nt tlio
Popular House, 154 Foit stieot,
from SI. 00 per wool. up.
"Tho way of tlio transgressor
is hnrd," but iiio man who drinks
plenty of Souttlo beernt tho Crite
rion will loso nil desire to trnns
gros the laws.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses u composition of
coal tar and cemont. Cheapest
and host root pioparntion in Ho
FWZt IM sV HHMUBV EUsskCI
To all nfTorln with Throst, Lunit or Waiting Plsfafe
StonncUCaiarrhiScrotnla, AHhnia. or Ncrions JiciiN
lit, etc., will t,e olven a Minnlo botllo of Hit. Colt.
KIN'S ('IKICOIMTR HMIJISiriN f. r trial. Call at
fture of IIoilihthi limit (' .Honolulu, II, I. "it'l
mM.ntiu.l.a l,mlu.VIu . Mill. tf Ifri.inir
Mado to Order
IV Till, LATfcST STilX.
Batisfnrtiou QnurnnteeU for Good Fit.
O.niy White Leuoi: I'mi-loveu.
Ucpalriiig uiul (Jleiiiilng a Sieciitltr.
PYou Want Them to O
Fit. ... U
In this hot climato ill-fitting
clothing not only looks sloven
ly but is uncomfortable to wear.
In ordor to ensure haudsomo
and comfortable suits, tho qual
ity anel mako of which aro
guaranteed, call around at
Mecleiros & Decker's
and you'll gel what you want.
Telephone Oil. P. O. Box 298.
J. M: DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $0,229,213.00. Income, $7,000,103.08.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
"Branch), Liverpool, England.
Asbots, $2,700,870. Incomo, $1,850,000.
Talaline Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
Atets, $2,830,230.23. Income, $3,015,034.00.
J5?" liihiiifs rirot-cJni-s Mercantile and Mnnunictnrhig Itisls nnd Dwelling Pro
perty iu the uboo well-known Companies on tbo uiobt fuoinblo terms.
si.l L. r-r-
j'oct isxieex. - - - - 'j.'ei. -tvv
BOARDING, -:- SALE" -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
I-IARISTESR :-- AHD -:- SAIDDLE)
-WE HAVE THE-
FIAfBST DRIVING HORSES
Tho best of Attention fdven to nbimnla Ifft with nn. Cmefitl cliierstrosj:ectful
uticiulantb, prouuj)tuesb, libels, SurrieH, Bniken, IUipvIcslmufonf., AVngouottta,
HH mlil M WliKW
Wm. Q. InwiN.
San francisco JgnittTun Nevada Damk or
vnkvr EXCHAKOB OK
San FnANOisco Tlio Ncviuln hank o( San
London The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
New Yonn American Kxtlmtio National
CuiOAOO Mcrcliantf National Bank.
1'aius Comptoln National d'Escomtit dc
IIeiimn Drcstlncr Bank.
IlONOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong &
Slianulinl lianklnir Corporation.
New t!Ai.AM) AM) AI'stkai.ia liank of New
ViCTOitiA and Vancoia'cii Bank of Mont
Transact a General Banking and Exchange Bnslness
Term nnd Ordinary Dcpolsts llccelvcd
Loans made 011 AniiroM-d Security. Com
rncrcUl and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of Exclianga bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fon,
p. O. JONES.
K. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pala Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Uuwiiliiin Oovoriiiiicnt and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
t3y For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
40M Fort Htret ... Honolulu
rBZSZEEOIE3 2z Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and TravelerV
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of the world.
" Ono of the divinest benefits that has ever come to tho
human race." Thomas Carlylc.
Wo import from tho Princi
pal Factories of the World.
P Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTBR & CO.,
Corner Fort nnd Merchant Sts. Wholelsalo nnd Retail.
! Wire Fence !
Special Sale of Pence Wire at
Exceptional Low Rates !
Galvanized Fence Wive, Nos. 4 $ and 6.
Annealed and Varnished' do, Nos.' 4, 5 and 6.
Barb Wive, 4 points, 7 inches apart.,
E2P For terms, apply to .
The. 3ST. H$oros5 & ., w
It Gores! Yes, Cures!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
All PraisQ to the Great
Medicine That Mado
MRS. FRArJCCG UTTER.
Paso Bouliss, Cat,., Slay 1, 1893.
"Wells, Riciiaudson- & Co.,
Gentlemen: 1 cannot speak too highly o"f Paino's Celery Compound. I
have just purchased the third bottle, and nm biiro that tho medicine, with God's
blessing, has relieved me of a serious allection of kidney and brain trouble and
a stubborn caso of rheumatism.
I feel vely grateful that I was so fortunate as to learn of tllis medicine
that makes people well.
I remain, j
'Very respectfully, dW 'ti2Uis
OLL'ISTER DRUG Co.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islanda