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'BtENINa BULLETIN, JULY 31, 1890.
'SWEETHEAfVr THE TRUE.
1 rtiwnm 1 tread ttpiln n jth
Which nanglit but InrltiK Iwatity liatb,
Iijr ilarlt Breen bank of conxtnic utruani,
AH Klnrlnux In Ita llnxhlDK li'ino,
Winding nfar through coollnc xhailn
Of woven urnnchod, thick kavwl nrendo,
Ita soft mom uonlrrs flower llmtiml
In llcckliiK light by clouds no'cr dimmed
A womlrotw eeno, tint lart unfurl'd
Tho big roo garden of tlio world.
Ah, fulrt Bo fair, It van but acorn
To pllgrlma In n iltrp, doep dream
Thti vision when In I.lfc'a young days
Enthusiasm aproads a hazo
By which n color flno Is wrought
Upon each bloom ambition sought,
A vision Btlll to him who walks
Ita farther end, past Ufolesi stalks.
Tho trav'ler who the best con tell
That In mlrago Ideals dwell
That for all buds that ho has found
Ashes of roses strow tho ground.
Then each will fadot
No one Is truo
To cheer when cvorjr roseate huo
Has vanlihed In tho gloomy gray,
And nil bright visions flco away.
Bweethoart tho true, tho fairer grown
Fairest that yon are truo alone.
Milk jars, or bottles, now bo common
ly used, were introduced about 15 years
ngo. A gentleman farmer of Litchflold,
Conn., a man of wealth, who owned
blooded cows, finding with the increase
of his stock his milk muuily rwlfl
beyond his own needs, decided to sell
tho surplus. Ho desired to put up this
milk ii somo distinctive form, and ho
camo to New York to the headquarters
hero of a glass works and asked to havo
got up for him somo kind of a glass
packago that would bo suitablo for tho
porposo and oonvonibnt for Shipping. A
jar was produced that was substantially
similar in form to tho ono now in use.
Tho first jars wcro provided witlt glass
stoppers. These wcro found to break too
easily, and a metal stopper was soon
This form of package for milk at one
becanio popular. Tho owner of thp farm
for which tho milk jar was first modo
turned his form over to a stock company,
which increased its production greatly.
It still remains a largo establishment
and one whoso dairy products are well
Many other milk producers adopted
tho milk jar, and its general uson 'ti
ed rapidly. Probably at least 76 rx
oor.t of tho milk for family nso is dolir
cred now in bottles. There nro millions
of bottles in constant u?e, and the num
ber pnnUif( d annually to mal;i' gut id the
breakage aud to supply tho increasing
demand is about 20,000 gross. New
rlauilblr, but Improbable.
A man in Oklahoma heard a noise at
his office door, and thinking that it was
soma .ono peeping through tho kcyholo
ho injected a little pepper suuco into it
Whon ho went home, his wifo told him
ho had ba oattiag wood and a ebip
flow up in her oyo. Washington Times.
How to Look Intellectual. ",
"That Miss Dawson is n stnpid look
"Yes, isn't she?"
VSomebo'dy ought to pcrenado her to
wear eyeglasses. "Chicago Record.
Inlt In It 'ninp.
Climato of every vnrioty exerts
a different influence on the do
Biros 6 nmnldud for n. stimulant.
In colder zones beverages of groat
alcoholic strength are used to a
very much largor degree than in
the tropica. Beer is host suited
to our climate- and none found in
the market is better than that
benring the brand of "Paiist;
Milwaukee." It is browed from
the best o malt and hops and is
a great thirst quencher and invi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
and muscles. At the Iioyal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloouB it
may be found, cold and puro. In
terchangeable chocks aro issued
which may bo used at any of the
Mechanics' Homo, oorner Hotel
and Nuniinu strwla, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 2f
and oO cents per night' il, and
$1.2.1 uer week.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rncle, manager. It you want a
haok with good horse and care
ful driver ring up l'elephono 113.
oorner of Fort and Merohont
Btmets Haok at nil boms. ,
Seattle is fast becoming h great
city. One thing which.. rjakeB it
famous is Seattle becij which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing alwayB makes its mark.
This is one of tho best thing-, on
Singers lead the world. Ovor
13,000,000 made and Bold. High
est awards' at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for w.colloneo of
construction, regularity of motion,
oobo of motion, great' speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and conyWonco of ar
rangement. 13. Borgorsen, agent,
King and Bothol streets.
TnellmuTorlTW with Thrnnt, T.nnp or Wtlro Hm
KUriUiifi t,amriJi',Hccifulu, Allium, or ,Vr;n Im ji
lt v, otc will given a Minjiln IkiUIii ot JIIC .Uil
IIIN'W I'JIOUriMTK KMULSION fur trial. Call at
luravf'lnLwrrn Uroir n.,Ilonn1nlii, 11. I. "Jt'a
gumi'l tit I'tUUlUt u M1IX or JIoucv,
WHn B WiB Hfll
This It tho complaint of
thousands at this Benson.
They havo no nppctite; food
docs not relish and often (alls to digest,
causing Bovcro suffering. Such pcoplo
need tho toning up ot the stomach and
digestive organs, which a course ot Hood's
Barsaparllla will glvo them. It also puri
fies and enriches tho blood, cures that dis
tress after eating and
Only a dyspeptic can know, creates an
appctlto, overcomes that tired feeling ond
builds up and sustains tho wholo physical
system. It so promptly end effectively
relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures
nervous headaches, that it seems to havo
almost " a magic touch."
Dlstross After Entlng.
"I havo been troubled with indigestion
for somo tlmo. Alter eating anything
that was sweet I was sure to oxpcrlonco
great difficulty and distress. Last fall I
began taking Hood's Barsaparllla and am
glad to say that my stomach troublo has
entirely disappeared. I can now cat a
hearty meal of almost any kind of food
and have no troublo afterwards. Hood's
rJartapaniu t sno cured me ot ntrvous
spells." JOHN H. HOMKIOnAUBBN,
Wheatland, Iowa. Buch cures prove that
Is the best In facttho One Truo Blood Purifier.
Prepared by C. I. Hood It Co., Lowell, Mass.
.. -t cure nausea, Indigestion,
HOOd S PlllS biliousness. 23 cents.
Hotaron Drag Co., Agents.
A Short Distance from tho Bridge,
Tourists and othors will find it to their
ndvnntnt;o to visit tlio above renort, ns
they will meet with every accommodation
that comfort requires.
liltS. TflOB. WEIGHT,
Situated on a Beautiful Ulllside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Lorol.
Only 24 honra nail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, clear dry atmosphere, freo
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for amuso
ment nnd outdoor lifo.
DK. H.A.LINDLEY, Trop.,
323 Koua, Hawaii.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Timor,
Con JFumlsft (ha Best
Office, Fort street, opposite Catholic School.
Tclcphono 234, 412 nnd 100.
B3 Ordors promptly attended Ip.
Hartford Fht Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, 0,220,213.09. Income, ?7,OCO,1C3.0S.
London r Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
.. branch), Liverpool, England.
Aesots, $2,700,870. Income, SI.SSO.OOO.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Blanches
Astcts, 2,8.10,2S0.28. Income, S3,04f,0W4.(0.
&F" Insnres Fiist-clnFs Mercantile and Manufncturinp 111k) h nnd Dwelling l'ro.
perty in the above Mell-knowu Companies on tlio most favorable teiius.
T- ImL- 3Do-wsett,
ZFort Street, - - - - OTel. -47'7r
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
-WE HAVE THE-
FIJfBSr DRIVING HORSES
The best ot attention irfveif -to ntiimnls
atteudantti, promptueBS. Iluolss, Siinios,
mm w- if 4iii
FROM SB.00 UP.
Fort Street, opposite ll&ckield's,
A Now Lot
of Nice Goods JuBt
Cleaning and Ro-
TYou Want Them toi
Jl Fit. . . .
In this hot climate ill-fitting
r clothing not only looks sloven
ly but is uncomfortable to wear.
In order to ensuro handsome
and comfortnblo suits, tho qual
ity and make of -which aro
guaranteed, call avound at
Metros & Decker's
ai'd you'll get what you want.
Tr.r.r.rnoNK Gil. 1 O. Box 298.
left with lis,
Careful drivers, rosnectfal
Brtikes. lluuiies.rLnotoHs, Wagonett'.B.
Vm. . InwiM.
San foancUco Agent Tub Nevada Bank op
duatv exciianoe on
Ban Viiancisco Tho Nevada Hunk of San
London Tlio Union Hank of London, Ltd.
New Yokk American Exclianjjo National
Ciiioaoo Merchant Nationnl Hank.
Pakis Comptolr National d'Eteompt dc
llEiiMN Drcsdncr Bank;
Honokono and Yokohama Hongkong &
Slianichal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Austualia Bank of New
ViCTOitlA and Vancooveu Bank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and Exchange Bnslness
Term and Ordinary Dcpolsts Received.
Loans made on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of Exclintico bought and sold.
Collections Pjiomitlt Accounted Fob.
r. o. JOKES.
B. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Sharoa ot
Pain, Sugar stock,
Ilnwaiinn Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
IW For particulars apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Btroat .... Honolulu
ZBXSIEEOiE3 cSo Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal- cities
of the world? e1 fVM : M
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MRS. PRANCES UTTER.
Paso Robles, Cal., May 1, 1893.
Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Gentlemen: I cannot speak too highly of Panic'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 all'ection 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 medicine
that makes people well.
Teo. B'im Q,
Commissicm .. Agents I
"One. of tho divinest benefits thut hos ever come to the
human mco."TIiomas Carlylc'
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Bulletin, 75c. Per. Month
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
Fine Qigars a Specialty
"Wholesale and Retail-
ItCures! Yes, CuresIT
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
All Praiso to the Great
Medicine That Made
for the Hawaiian Islands
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