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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 17, 1895.
'THES. H BABIES & CO
'IFizc Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofiny,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. A C. Fine 'Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
,., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eio.
flic Largest Stock of Bedroom Sots
Ever imported to Honolulu. Bight Different StyleB
to select from. Prices are a cliacher
3TC&OS4: SS5.00, XJJP.
' Abo Fins Lot rf CHIFFON I BR8 el tba Latest BatJgfM and Patters.
loUl Feaim-Mo. 1 Write Seamless fatting
Ik BoU tG Tarda, S4&08.
And a Flso Quality r f9 per Roll.
Beadquarters JorBabj Carriages I
wm- rPBSXiBSPiiowrH. 179 -m
t ianeer Farniture House
-fi3ftASL6JLXKIJf C3- STREET.
DIUEOT IMPQRTEttS OF
European & American
- HAS JUST RECEIVED
pA Complete 8r
jf New Stock
)f a OF
Victoria Lawns, Dimities,
Sateens. Cotton 1'ongoes,
Flowers and Foathors,
AIIiOBC It ATS
vrfjannoletloa, Ceylon Shirting,
sCrokmuos. Art MliHlini, Curtains,
Mosquito Nets, Pluiu & Twilled Cotton
4nd tho celebrated "MADAPOLAMS"
, JFor Lndieu nnd Children's Underclothing,
The Largest df Best
f In tlic Ulands of
',ww8ultlnn, 8erge8, Trousering, etc.
Pole Agent lor (lie l'opiilur
pEftL $Eli!fINt MiCpIl
At Popular Price.
L, B. KERR,
Qjieon Blroel, Honolulu,
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
G. Oavanaou, Manoger.
Opposite 0. 1C. & J,. Depot on King Street
Provisions, Jco Houbo Goods, Fish, Vego-
tabloa, Frozen Oysters, Etc., Etc
Received by every steamer from Snfl
Francisco nnd Vancouver.
Z3T Tho Shipping Trndo Supplied JE1
Telephone No. 755.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - Prosidont nnd Manager
Olnus Snrookols, - - Vico-Presidont
W. M. Giflurd, Sooretnry nnd Treasurer
Thoo. 0. Porter, Auditor
AOKNTH OP THIS
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
01' HAN FJIAN0I800, (Jh,
AN AD.UIUAI. AXNOYHD.
Aatorln Itevelem Throti Firecracker
on Nteamcr nnd Make
Admiral Walker's stately figure
is so rocent a romombrnnco in
Honolulu that tho following no
count of n disngrooablo oxpori
onco the votoran sailor met with
at ABtorin, Oregon, will be of
local intorost. It is from a Port
Tho lighthouse tendor Oolum
bino arrived at Astoria from
Alaska early 'on the morning of
tho Fourth of July. Captain
Farouholt, suporintondont of this
district, had as guests on tho trip
Roar-Admiral Wnlkor, chairman
of tho Lighthouse Board, and
Chiof Clork A. B. Johnson of tho
department. Tho passago around
from tho Sound to tho Columbia
was unusually rough, nnd Admiral
Walkor was very seasick. Evon
Captain Richardson wns sick.
Shortly after tho tondor came to
tho dock a party of young bloods,
hoaded by Sheriff Baro, who had
already got woll started on cele
brating the Fourth, hoaring that
the Columbine wns in, wont down
to pay their respects to Captain
Eiohardson, whom they nil knew.
Unfortunately Admiral Walkor
occupied the Captain's cabin and
as it was early the Captain had
not turned out, so tho party threw
a lot of fireworks on board and
into tho room whero Ad i iral
Walker was, not only arousing
himfrom his slumbers, but badly
scaring him. Tho watch on deck
rushed ashore to put a stop to
their funny business, and at onco
bocamo engaged in a fight with
tho party, in which black cyos
and bloody noses were plentiful.
Tho Shoriff drew his pistol and
threatened to shoot when the tars,
being unarmed, retreated. Ad
miral Walker was, of course, in
dignant, but only faintly so com
pared to Inspeotor Faronholt or
Captain Richardson. Tho tendor
camo up to Portland, but no one
said a word about tbo affair, and
it was not until after tho Colum
bine sailed that the facts camo
out through Astoria papers. The
Admiral rewarded tho sailors for
thoir efforts to preeervo hitnjrom
Bookkeeper Wall of tho Custom
House is off to Hawaii for a vacation.
MltS. AUG. DARROW.
MoumosE, Ta., Sept. 25, 1894.
Wells, Rioiiaiidbon & Co.,
Oentletnen:! wjib very much run down, badjno appetite nt nil, was very nervous, bad no Bleep night or day; to
sum it all up, I wns perfectly wretched. BjBut thanks to Faine's Celery Compound I can now cat and sleep and
work just us well an I could before I was taken sick. "Whoa I commenced taking tbo Compound I weighed 186
pounds; I now weigh 158 pounds and do all the work for my family of Jive. I bavo recommended tbo Compound to tbreo
families nlrcndy.nnd tbey nro very much'plcased with it. I nm now taking my fifth bottle, and would recommend
It to all who arc Hulferlny with stomach trouhlo or nervous trouble.
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
Painc's -:- Celery -:- Compound
18 roil AALI5 IV Till!
HOLLISTER RU& CO.,
WJioJewiiJe ifeii(w for tho Hawaiian TulnndH,
XAUl Hay Dentley
Born a Genius
Dlseaso Threatens to Cut
Short a Noble Careor
But Hood's Sarsaparllla Restores
Liril May Bsntley U an MoompHihed eloao
Uonlit and natural bora speaker of only 12 years
ot age. She U the only child temperanoo leet
urar before tha public Her genius, howeTer,
did not exempt her from an attack ot disease
et tha blood. Her own words best tell the story I
"0.1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. i
" I heartily join with the many thousands that
are raoomxnandlns Hood's Sarsaparllla. I had
Continued to Grow Worse).
I was persuaded finally by friend to try TJood'a
Barsaparlll. The use ot ona botUa acted el-
fectlrely upon tha blood and Xbegan to lmproTe.
Alter tha use of three botUes the gathering
teased and I am cured of my former trouble. I
owe mr Ufa and will m rutnsin m rVt.n J
to Hood's Sarsaparllla." Limn Mat Dent-
Hood's Pills at easllr. ret nromnUr and
efficlenUy, on tha Uver and bowels. 2Sc
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agon to for tbo Republic of Hawaii:
G. E. SMITHIES
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Oillco with 0. D. Choso, Safo Deposit
Building, 40G Fort Street. Tele
B5?"Tlio collection o Government "Bills a
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
HeaAprters Entemrise Brew Co"
Largest Consignment of Beor
that over arrived hero, now
J. DODD, Prop'r
been troubled from Infancy with gatherings In
tha head. 1 was compelled to learo school upon
tha doctor's adrlce. lie thought It was tha only
thing to sara my Ufa, but I
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND RES'
TORED MRS. DARROW TO
HEATH AND HAPPINESS.
This is the Medicine That Makes
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!
New Goods! '
That is just what I havo receiv
ed, and tho
at whioh thoy will bo
oflorod will astonish you. For
Thirty -:- Days,
I will mako a speoinlty of
LADIES FINE CAMBRIC WEAK
such as Night Drosses, Chemises, Drawers,
Corsets Corset Covers, nnd Waists.
My lino of WASH GOODS just
rocoivod cannot bo equalled and
are tho latest goods nnd designs:
Plisses, Pongees, Piques, Organ
dies, Mndrns Ducks, Dimities,.
For tho next ' ' ,
I will receive NEW GOODS
on evory Stoamer.
J. J. EGAH.
514 FORT STREET.
The flaw'n FcriziDg Co.
ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER,
To any nnalyses, at lowest prices
A. F. COOKE,