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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 20, 1895,
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
IVr Imrk "Ainlrow Welch," Sclioonur "Robert Lewt-ra" and
KJ Every variety, style mid prico in the Furniture line. Tho
lioflt and mo.st varied in Honolulu. Call and insnoot our Block.
P31o;p;p &, Co.,
Wo v-i KUng Street..
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal turnw their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boot and Shoes, Hatn, schawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Baga, Bagging. Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquor, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AGENTS FOK
Oolden Oat Flour,
Sparry 's Flour,
Fort Sc 0,-uLeexx Streets
IS OTTIR, jJObJL.
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
& P o r t e r
j Of Interest to Womon. '
I According to Mrs. Burton Harris
. sou, a Girton girl remarked not long
ogo that tho womau qucsion would
easily b3 solved if wo could only
havo three generations of sluglo
Ladies who kiss their pel dogs are
warni-d by uo less nn Authority than
Dr. Meguiu, of tho Paris Academy
of Science, thai the little, hoists are
ono of tho groat agencies in spread
ing disease, especially consumption.
Theodom Thouia, tho orchestra
director, will colehrate his golden
jubilee iu July. Ho was born in
Hanovor sixty yearn ago and came
to America a lad of 10. Ho played
iu New York while a youngster as n
kind of juveuilo prodigy,
Mrs, John Jacob Astor may h
said to liavo the athletic favor. She
'rides horses this probably being
1 hor favorite sport. Then sho rides
tho bicycle, koiiik often when homo
for a morning rpiu over tho fine
roads of tho park.
A story reeoti'ly told about Queen
Victoria .s Wedding is mlhor a pretty
1 ono. "1 wish to hu married at a
woman, not as a qudeu," she said
when asked by tint Archbishop of
Canterbury if she ilnd him to
' leave tlio word 4'obo)" out of the
Mrs. Theodom Uavuineyer, wife of
i tho wealthy sugar king, is a queen
' of extravaganco. She is foud of
flowers. Slio buy? lavishly and has
1 spent as much as (500 for
basket of orchids. She also shows
great ingenuity iu devising schemes '
for h ponding money. .
Somo of tho eastern papora havo (
already begun to call him "Speaker ,
Hoed." Iu an interviow the other
day tho busy Maiuo man exprossHil i
tho opinion that should the United
States Suprfnio Court declare tho in
come tax law to bo unconstitutional
an extra session of cougrcsn would '
The Countess do Castellane, when
she was Miss Anna Gould, at oue
time attonded the fashionnblo ladies' '
school at Ogontz, near Philadelphia,
and was so noted for hor prankr and
violatiou of the rules that only hor
"pull" saved her from expulsion.
Among her many misdeeds, sho had
a marked partiality lor Uirialiou ,
through tho fouco rails with tho
youths who attended tho military
academy at Cheltenham,
Take, snys Hury Norman, th
light from tho eyes of a Sistor of
Mercy at her gracious task, Him
smile of a maiden looking ovor tiie
seas for kv lovur aud the heart of
an unspoiled child and matorializo
them into a wiusomu and healthj
little body, crowned with a mass of
jet black hair aud dressed in bright,
rustling talks you would havo the
typical Japaucse woman. A somo
whnt enthusiastic estimate, borne
out by otLers.
Gertrudo Franklin Athorton, the
author, lives modestly iu Fifty-ninth
street with her maid, says a New I
York papor. She is iu the neighbor
hood of her thirtieth year and is a ;
widow. She is beautiful, with the ,
plump faco and slender tiguro of n
schoolgirl. Having made hor own !
way with two books, having means !
of her own to livo upon aud owing
uothiug to tho machinery by wdiioh
so nmuy foobler lights gather oil for
their wicks, sho has uot attachod
herself to auy of tho so-called lite-1
rary coteries in town aud is uot to '
be seeu on exhibition in any of their j
A now employment which requires
skill and cleverness rather than
means is tho dressing of fadiion
dolls for store windows, the idea
haviug developed rapidly since tho
exhibit of historic Fruncli dolls at
tho Chicago fair. A womau with
real taste in dress can
scopo lor tier talent in
preity costumos for little Ggures,
which must be iust as ohio in every
detail as the full sized onos. They . or two early in the lato unpleasant
please the eyo and aro a groat holp ueas our drivers have always boen
in selling goods, laces aud dress ! on time at iour customers' residences,
trimmings, so that proprietors are , Wo take this opportunity to thauk
glad to make them a feature of all those who have beou patient with u.
new dlmlavs. Tha models aro about . nd to solicit a coutiuuauco of their
ir, innhes hiiyh. rnrnHnHntr thn
latest fashions accurately. Another '
profitable way of
making a living is ,
renting furnished rooms, provided
the house aud furniture are not
wanting. When tho house is in a
desirable location the applicants
will, as a rule, bo reliable, and if tho
rooms are kept fastidiously clean,
with good service at tho door, suc
cess is cortaia. The front parlor
should be kept as a genoral recep
tion room, and this should ba made
as attractive as possible.
' fVom IL Si. Journal of MeJiciiifA
tl'rom U, S. Journal oX'eJtcint.)
t'rof.W.ll IVckf,vhomkro rpeelaltyof Epilepsy,
li u Ithimt doubt (rested mid cured more cjnea than
nends w llh a larr;o Uot l of Im nlpvoliito cure, fret' to
any nuUvrcrulioinay tend their l'.O.and Ihprrimsit.
dreta. Wo adt lo auyonu wuliliiK a cum tondctrua,
l'rof. W. U. l'JJiUi:, P. U 4 Cedar SU, .New Voik.
(off llt 0
l'leiemnt Valley, New
Mnnv suffer from serious clli-ordcrs
tho liver and stoninrh. Impurities
iu thu blood tend to polon
""id. Tho failure of tho
properly remove tho wasto from the
fcyslem allows tho germs of (Urease to
nccuinulitto and not until the whole
system Is affected do many realize that
impure blood is the cmiro of all their
trouble. Mr. Sidney S. Mie-trn of
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., whose tcrllnio-
i nlul letter follows, is u well known
t painter. Ills health was Impaired by
lead poii-on and gradually his whole
avadidi Imniitim nf tiwl ... 1 flu riihitt'tml
to iIo0(1.rt Sariparllln and in it found
,lliri(i,.r nf ti. i.i,i .m.i ,,.,.(,,.,. nf
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tho liver and kiduevs to natural action;
in short, n gooil appetite and renewed
strength mid vigor has followed hU
taking Hood's Siu-hiiparilln. Head and
"Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1801.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Gntlcmcn: lam n house painter by
i trade and havo been troubled with liver
complaint for about ten years. I havo at
so suffered much from const Ipatlou, tains
obliged to tako a cathartic OTcry few days.
I havo used many different kinds of l'llls
, which gave mo only temporary relief. Iu
thu ntght I would wnko up and my mouth
would bo so dry It would seem almost Im
possible to get moisture unoii(;h to wet It.
I had a great deal of troublo also in my
sldo under my short ribs. It would often
HOBIION DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AQENTa
IF-mr e ZMZiLk:.
Tho business of the country it
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows iu the
nnsturo switch flies instead of bul
lets with thoir tails and the cream it
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied every oue of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wo am in a position to sun
ply a great many more The people
who froui choice or necessity visited
Waialao during the past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet uur stock foods
. upon, And no loncor wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
i uuriacuiuoB lor uouvory are tue
bost. With tho oxcoption of a day
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
till all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure and
free from adulteration.
Tiik WAIALA13 RANCH.
her B. B. "AnsUallu"
A 8.MAI.L INVUIUK OK
l-'OK BALK II Y
KC J. 3STOLTJ3,
0-tf Von Hlrwl,
extend up my back under my
shoulder ho severely I would bu
Obliged to Stop Work,
and lie Hat on tny back to get relict. I
bad a great deal of headache and my ap
petite was very pour. In fact, for tho last
year, I have been all broken up. I bavb
treated with six different doctors who
helped mo only for a Bhort tlmo. Some
siild I bad enlargement of tho liver auS
another that It was
Duo to Load Poison
and that I would have to give up tho
I alutlng business. About thu inlddlo of
April last I was obliged to give up work
entirely fur a week. I told my wife that I
was discouraged and sho Anally iwrxundci
mo to tako Hood's Hnroaparllla. I had
taken a great many different uiidlclncs
and all bad failed, but I decided to nmkn
ono moro trial and bought a bottlo of
Hood's Harsaparllla. lietura It had all
been taken I felt better and now, having
taken three bottles I have no trouble with
my side. I am free from constipation and
havcagoodappctlto. I work every day, and
Fool Llko a Now Man,
thanks to Hood's Sarenparllla. I recoil
mend It to all as ouo of thu best tonics Un
tho w.rlat, nnii I 1 lit limI to couAuu
taking It from tlmo to time." Bin.vnv H.
Hood's Pills are the best Mler-iriim
pills, assist dlgcstloa, prevent cuustlpatluu.
Building Lots I
$200, 250, $275,
$375 ash $550.
Maqni via kvp Vik w .
$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. 3D. OHASH
Safe Deposit Ttnlldlne, 40d Fort
Corner Nuuotm and Hotel Bts.
K. N. KKQ.UA, MsnsKOi
Choice Wmts, Liquors, Ales,
POnTEKS, KTO., ON DBAUQIJT.
Hal! and Hal! on Draught
Hand-made Soar ffiasb
Flno CaHHimeroa, Sorgos,
White LlnonB. Etc.
Suits Alndo to Order
ON SHORT .NOTIfK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- Hi Nil n a nn St rent