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MVNlKCr BULLETIN, JULY 29. 1800.
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A winter' eT rti ! i limit .tr Cortical
My frellngs nnt h tlio uplr t c f tho night I
Kot cnn choorrul II n w i mtli nntt light
IlHpel foreboding thoughts nnil rmtleMiieM.
TU nt such ilmos ilreiul vision cross our sight,
Unwelcome phantom, rhailowllki', appear,
Supplant Iiojki'h prophecy ttlth lillo fiar,
Urouto aiul mock our luiluticholy plight.
But, of A sudden, my Rood friend Is hero;
An mists beforo tho mn Uhw doinong go,
ttlmt mattur winter's cold nnd skies nbovo
Sly heart la full of 1iipplnii4 nnd chrcrl
Bach swift transition thoy nlone on know
Who drink foul clop of friendship and Its lovo.
Waltor Francis Kcurlck In Boston Journal.
A BEAUTIFUL MAS.
Ho had that iusolciit, nxgressh o bolt
of beauty that ninkos people turn nrouml
iu thu street mid stnro tho strong, fuir,
Owl given beauty that oven men like to
Ho lived up to his bennty, and for
Ma lip.intvnnil hv his berratv. Ho looked
1tlft n At,,rtn n nvlnAA r4 anmn Mrt41,rtvi '
engn liko Frithjof, tho destroyer of
gods. Ho looked liko tho impossible hero
of n penny novolctto written by a worn-
Ho was ouo evening tit Colonel and
Mrs. Wayno's. Tho musio was com
plicated, nnd tho women wcro rllalii,
and ho wishing theso conditions bod
been reversed sat with bis elbow rest
ing on a littlo tablo ner him and hand
lifted np, looking at his nails. It soothed
him and prqycntetl his. yawnhur trom
tcoacnirjg nnmnnscaihly frequent
"May I see Ihcnt, toot" Bold a worn
ax's voico at his side It was a clear
young voico, and vrhcoho turned around
0r look St iU OWtMT hs WM dlsap-
nl m pmlnter," Mtid she, "fend
andewtond beautiful hands. " She hold
out ono of her own, palm upward, as
ho s-joko, waiting for hba to lay his
upon It Ho did so smiling, not know
In esfsetlr what totkr. sod she beat
let betd n liUl ft ori sMa moA koJc"
The dsnghtenrof tbff BOswcpIsy-"''
tag a long duct
''How dreadfully bored you nro," shs
Said thooakifullv. withoot raiairur her
tin . Izi-JPTL
cjvb , urn yawns w wu diiuuka i uu
swy take bm-k your hood. Thank you. "
Ho was again at n loss what to say.
flc did not quito understand Jier, With
jotty Tqico nud hor ugly face Ho
vTTOlA havo liked to know what she
though! of bis hand, but it looked fool
lsh to aok. go ho sal still, storing at
bar aggravating, untidy littlo profile. ,
The ugly littlo thing oimo up to him
beforo tho evening was over and lifted
her small hard f see to his. "Air. Vast
den.Houvcl," isho Bald in a protty voico
tliat ought to have belonged to somo ono
else, "I want yotratocoino and see mo
that is," sho corrcctod'lunghirjgly, "I
wont you to come ontl lot lne-sco you.
I want to paint you, plonso. " And hero
n softening of tho pretty voico. "You
nro so very beautiful! I am an exceed
ingly clever painter, you know, so you
need not fear to trust your beauty with
Ho wont next day, and tho doy after
that tiud every day.
SIio never heeded or cared about what
his thinig'iid or his feelings might bo.
Sho puinUd, on, stopping sometimes to
clasp her hands in frank, heathenish
adoration before him. "Your beauty
positively hurts mo!" sho would say,
pressing both her hands to hor heart
And if ho turned, palo sho told him to
spoil her tints.
"I lovo you," said Hcuri Pierro ono
afternoon ns sho bent ot cr him with a
cardboard lotus lily in her baud.
"Don't be foolish, dear,' sho said, ro
arraiging her landscape.
"I lovo you," repented Nnrcissus.
''Now your curls nro nil tangled up
on tliO'Wroug side, and it will takes mo
nn hour to fasten tho lilies on your
head," nlio said crossly. And with light,
turpentiuy fingers and with a long brush
in her mouth sho patted him into shajo
again. "There, look down now and
"I shall try and catch smallpox," said
Henri Pierro, opening his oyos, "or get
burned in ii.flip nutl bo all scarred and
hideous. w Then you will lovo mo for
somrthiug better than my beauty.",
"Then I shall not lovo you at all,"
said tho girl, with a decided littlo dab
of (ho brush "Go to sleep. Hero comes
It was not Diitua. It was LydiaLoyo,
tho poetess, who opened tho door mid
cntcictl with the flush and dazzle of her
young Buccess, and of her scailet hat
"fily dear, you must lend him to
nio," sho said after rIio had kissed her
friend and btared at Honri Pierro until
ho filiut his eyes again in self defense.
"1 havo got an order for 24 sonnets,
and my brain is ab&olntcly driid up.
Lend him to mo fcr thrcq weeks. I'll
send him back unimpaired Heavens!
Vliut u iaeo ho has!"
no learned all her poems by hoart,
and icoited thorn to her in thomornings
when sho was too calm to write. Ho
wit tit h t feet from morning to night
with tho blno intensity of his eyes fixed
on Iwr willful f.ico, uud his hoart broken
by hsr capriqious kindness.
"I lovo yon," ho said.
Sho laughed "Bo content with tho
gift of gifts tho gods havo blcuscd you
with your benuty your improbable,
your pe.-fcet, yuur magnificent bounty. "
Tvallsnlfrrlnir ,,-ih Throat, I ons or WMttnir PIk-wm
StuiimchCjirarili.Scrofiils, AMhim. or Ninons Jl;l
ll. Mr., vlil n rl.n a samiilo tiutla of Vfl. Colt
HrV'S riinr I mi rMI'WIOV trf trial, fallal
fturoof ,ni, , u ru ' ,11'iolal", Jl. I. "It'b
uf '.MtooU u 1'aUUtiW at Milk or llouet.
" There nro fads In mcdlcino as well ns
In other things," said t busy druggist,
"but tho most rcmnrknblo thing nbout
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is that customers whd
try other remodlcs nil como back to
Hood's, nnd this Is why tho enormous
sales ot this medlotnokoop up whllo others
and In a short tlmo go out ot sight en
tirely, to bo heard from no moro."
"Why Is it?" "O, Bhuply because;
Hood's Barsaparllla hns mora real curative
merit than any mcdlcino I ever Bold."
This is ot dally occurrcnco in almost
overy drug store. Hood's Samparllla is
tho standard remedy which has cured
more sickness, roliovod more distress and,
mado moro happiness by bringing people
health than any other medicine. Its
wonderful cures of the wont cases at
scrofula, running sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
etc.; ot dyspepsia and other trouble
where a first Class tonleand aid to diges
tion was needed; of catarrh, rheumatism,
malaria nnd other 'troubles arising from
or promoted by impure blood,' havo tnd
The standard the Ono True Blood rurlfier.
u J niff are UmooIt puis to tali
HOOdS PIlIS with Hood's BanapatlU.
fitobron Drug Co., Agent,.
a - rr sr
A Short Distance from tho Bridge,
Tourists and others will find it to their
advantage to visit the abovo resort, as
they will meet with every acoommodstisn
that comfort requires.
325-tf Proprietress. ,
Situated on a Beautiful Uillside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Lovol.
Only 21 bourn' sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, dear dry atmoBpbero, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and mat as well as for ainuso
went nnd outdoor life.
DK. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish tho Best
Office, Fort street, opposito Catholic School.
Telephone 23J, 412 and 11)0.
ST" Orders promptly nttonded to.
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $0,229,213.09. Incomo, $ 7,000,103.08.
London & Lancashire Fire ' Insurance Company, (U. S.
"Branch), Livepool, England.
Assets, $2,700,&"0. Income, $1,8M,006.
Talatine Insurance Company (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AsketB, SSjSSOO.CS, Income, S3,04r.U84.00.
jDiy Insures Firtt-tliu-s Mercantile and Manufacturing Hie Is sud Dwelling Pro
perty in tho above vell-lsuoun Conipimies on tho most fuvoiuble torais.
Eort Street, -
BOARDING, -:- SALE
-WE HAVE THE-
FIMEST DRIVING HORSES
The best of attention riven to animals le f 5 with us. Careful ilriiers, respectful
attendntitH, prouipttiet.s. JHacks, Bunietf, Biakcs, liutriel'haotons, Wagonettes,
' ' ' il!'LiiM
FROM S6.00 UP.
J. P. RODRIGUES,
Fort Btrtet, oprxulto Uackfeld's.
A Now Lot o Kico Goods Jut
Eoceived. Oloaning and Re
PYou Want Them toO
Fit. ... O
In this hot climate ill-fitting
clothing not only looks sloven
ly but is uncomfortable to wear.
In order to ensure handsome
nud comfortable Buits, tho qual
ity and rnako of which are
guaranteed, call around at
Medeiros & Decker's
and you'll get what you want.
Telephone Gil. P. O. Box 298.
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W.H. O. InwiK.
San Francisco Agents Tiib Nevada Hank of
San Kuan Cisco.
nnAW r.xcHAsoc on
San Fhancisco The Ncvtula Hank of San
London The Union Hank of London, Ltd.
New Yokk American Exchange National
Ciikaoo Merchant' National IHnk.
l'Alils Cuinptolr Nathinal d'Lscompt dc
BnnLis Dresdncr Bank.
HO.NOKONO AND YOKOHAMA IloilRkollg it
Shanghai lianklnc Corporation.
Nkw7alandandAustiiaua Bank of New
Victoria and Vancouveii Bank of Mont
real. , '
Transact a General Banking and Eichange Business
Term- and Ordinary Dcpolsts, Kccelvcd.
Loans made on Approcd Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of Exchango bought and sold. ,
Coti.ncTioNS rnoMPTir Accounted Fon.
p. o. Joins.
E. A. JONXS
HAVE FOB SAIiE
Pala Srjffftr Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Ctoverasncat and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta-,
s v-1 .itioa-BondB.
. . b .
MT For rTmculsxs spjtly to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Vort Street
rexsiEsCoii? 5c oa
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of tho world.
CI.AIS Sl'HEtKl 1 S.
Paso Rdiilks, Cal., May 1, 1893.
Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Gentlemen: I cannot speak too highly of Paine's Celery Compound. I
have just purchased the third hottlc, and am sure that tho medicine, with God's'
blessing, has relieved me of a serious nilection of kidney and brain trouble and
a stubborn case of rheumatism. .' '
I feel very grateful that I was so fortunate as to learn of tllis lnedicine
thatniakes people well. ' i
I remain, a
s "" Yery respectfully, " mcU tilCu,
OILISTER DRUG Co.,
. Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Tlfi- Drills Qo.r
" Ono of tho divinest benefits that has ever como. tptho-
human race." TJiomas Cdrlyle.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Bulletin, 75c. Per Month
.;. Agents T
ft ir' " '.
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Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of tho World.
Fine Cigars a Specialty
Wholesale and Sotail.
It Cures! Yes, Cures!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
All Praiso to the' Great
Medicine That Made
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