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THE bATIY BULLETIN,
Houses For Rent I ft
City Honses, Seaside Houses, Peninsular
(Pearl Harbor) Honses
At Special IUtca. Tarnished or Unfnr
nNlied. Bnilding Lois on Long Leaie
In Deflrnbte location at WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nauanu Avenue
UU Infornifttlun furnished and houses
opened for inspection at any time.
H. WATER HOUSE,
l'.'73-tf Queen Btrcct
Beach Residence !
KOlt KENT, LKASK or 8AI.K.
'The Best Coisrt in the World
for the Money,"
i Look at Them !
Take Them Home!
Try Them On !
And return them if they don't
SITUATED IN KMMObANI I'AllK,
next to residence of J as. II, Castle, Is
for Kent, Leae or Snip; Hirnlahed or Vn
farnlsh'd, Al'o, fur 8a'c or Lenso
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
tm For further particulars, apply to
lZiVi-tf Dlraond II look, KIiir street.
To Let or Lease !
These ( orsets are made in
style to (it and suit everybody
and their nurses.
They are in forty-seven
different styles and range in
price from 1 to 5 per pair.
Ask to ! the Extra Long
"Waist Soxxrttk for $2.25.
They can't be beaten.
A Yery Convenient New Cottage if you can't get corsets
long enough, remember you
can get the Sonnkttk with
Should you want a Corset
with Rel Whale Boxe,
get the fcsoxxETTK.
K5P Anyway come in and
On Wilder Avcnuo (near IVnsacola street),
with all modern itnprovuinents. Srr-
van's' Kooni, Carriage House,
Stabics, Etc., Etc. Alto
LARGE I'ASTUKE FOlt HOUSE.
Also, Family Hon a and Ctrrlige For Sale
1 For irtlcnlars. Inunlre on tli tire-
mites, or of P. M. KOONEY.
Beach House To Let!
A FUKNISUEI) HOUSE
XX. is to let at Wa kikl
bench, a few minutes' walk!
from the tramcar. It has!
Cook Hoaso, Uath House, nnd Good Sea
KuthlDR. Household Utensils and Dishes
are all complete. Fish pond on premises.
Kooiiis may be let, with bathing privileges,
If the wliofo house Is not taken.
Also, a House above llrst bridge on Nuu
Also, a Houa on Young street.
Alto, Houies In other pnrtx of tho town.
Inmilreof UAVII) DAYTON,
U77-tf ii Merclunt street.
A FIVE-KOOM COT.
A tngu on Young
struct. Aimlv to
lliT(J-tf (Jatun etrtet.
ItOOMS AND BOARD.
OOMS AND IIOAKU
for u few oersons can bo i
nan at linniwai, on tue vroi-,
klkl bench. '
W. B. BAUTI.ETT,
Cottage, all modern MufM
Improvements, with Stable,
Darn and Servants' Doom
on premises, on Klnau street, one block
irom norbu-cars. r or iiariicumrs nnpiy 10
N 8. 8AUHE
62U Kc.rt xtreet.
rpHE A LSI A COTTAGE"
JL nt the terminus of the
tramcars, waiklki. Lot has,
a frontauo on the sea suit-'
ftbo for bathing purposos, Tho House is
commodious, hituated on a wt-U improved
lot containing fruit ana urnumcntarxiees.
For iiu'tloiilnra Inqnlro of
m-lm G. E. BOAIIDSIAN.
Sole Agent for the Ha
The business of tho country is
gottliug into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
fiasturo switch flies instead of bill
ots with their tails and the cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believo
we havo satisfied ovory one of our
customers who havo tauen milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho peoplo
who from choice or necessity visited
"Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With the oxcoption of a day
or two early in tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who havo been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. We will bo pleased to
fill all ordors telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure aud
free from adulteration.
rpHOSK DKSUlAMiE ix
L premises sltuxto on the Ante
eastsl'loof the old MnklklufJ
playground, formerly occn-l
pled by A. Gartcnberg, F.kii
uiRs ht'o modern and commodious and tho
spacious grounus are imm out in milium
ornnmoiital trees. Easy terms to n desira
The WAIALAE RANCH.
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
hie tenant. For further particulars pleata
apply to HRUCE OAKTWKIOHT.
n1ev It hi t!i V:clri. ,)uvCnt.in
Toillimnt'v jiat'r ral be
promptly uttt'iutrA In.
votn i.'ocert"",!' to.
HEAL ESTATE, LOANS,
BJotary Public !
rw Agent to Toko Acknowledgments
to labor Contract!.
JOB PRINTING roeTnadbyortfc , Office: Safa Deposit BoiidlDg, 4U6 Fort St.
Duiletin I't'iiUfiiiiNO Co , Li. KIrst-class i
Commercinl Work n Specialty. Esiimates
given. Ordtrs promptly executed.
Vtt. TELEPHONE IM
1 LABOE DIAMOND SNAKE. I
Non-Vonomous Beptilo in Australia
that Kills Bata,
Mr. J. S. Bray writes: '"Tho para
graph in your issuo of the 31st ult.
recorded the capture of a diamond
Biiako 10ft. in length, and Tho Daily
Telegraph office, through Mr.
Dyuiond, forwarded tho skin of tho
reptile for me to inspect. The skin I
is that of our diamond suako (More
lia spilotos). nou-vonomom. Tho ,
reptile must, indeed, havo been a ,
largo specimen. Tho skin under
notice measured 10ft. 1 or 2 inches
in length, aud a small portion of tho
tail is missing; so is the head por
tion, so far a its upper part !h con
cerned, but as the skin of tho loner
jaws is intact, tho missiug portion
. of tho head needs no allowance iu
length. The skin has uot been
stretched to any degreo worth men
tioning, so that we havo undoubted
ovidenco that this reptile, when
alive, must have beeu quite 10ft.,
nnd perhaps a few inches over, in
length. It is a great pity that to
fine a specimen was not secured
alive. Besides being non veno
mous, these reptiles are of great
service to mankind in destroy ing
rats aud other vetmin of our
bush. There is a record of ouo
specimen having beeu sent to tho
Government Museum during tho
time the late Gerard Krefft was
curator. Mention of it will be
found in Krefft's Snakes of Aus
'tralia.' Largo specimens, such as
tho ono under notice, aro very
raroly ocurcd, aud it has nover
boon tny good fortuno to como across
so remarkbly a fine example as that
shot by Mr. H. Dyuiond, of Buxton.
As a rulo this snake cau be caught
with tho hands, but caution is neces
sary. Sometimes they aro of a light
able disposition, and if once they
fasten on to a porsonV hauds, the
reptile will sudor its head to bo cut
oil before it will let go. On account
of tho teeth of this snake curving
inwards, the more a person tries to
pull away tho part that is fateucd
on to by tho reptile, the more firmly
fixed does it bicomo. Tho best way
to raako the diamond snake unfasten
is to pull out the length of thu
snako into a straight line, thin pross
by alternate movemeuts tho vent
near tho tail, aud strike lightly with
a stick on tho suako's back. Of
course it will requiro tho aid of two
or three poople to do this, as it
would be simply impossible for a
man to do so singlobanded."
THE S&NOEB OFSTBENOTH.
Temperanco in Athletica as in Other
Things Necessary to Lone; Lifn.
A fow months ago there was a man
iu Now York who was prominent as
a boxer and an athloto. Uo had de
veloped hislnuscles until he was ono
of the finest specimens of physical
manhood in the world.
To da' this man is secluded, un
der tho care of noted specialists, and
it is doubtful whetlur his lifocau be
saved. The strong man is a victim
of over-development. His training
reacted on his nervous system,
wrecking his body aud threatening
his mind. Sneaking of tho case, tho
New York World says:
"Such cases aro not rare. Every
physiologist has studied them, aud
many physiologists havo drawn tho
moral that it is a dangerous thing i
to disturb tho balance which ought
to exist botweeu muscular and nurv-'
"They cannot be far wroug who
hold that long life aud the greatest
possible intellectual capacity are
consequent on moderation iu every
thing rather than an excellence in
athletics. A highly organized nerv
ous system can bo wrecked as readi
ly by excess iu athletics as by excoss
' iu brain work. Of course if the uerv-'
ous system is not highly orgauized, ,
if the athleto is a mnro brute with
tho nerves of a bruto, this has less
application. But if ho has inherited !
nerves which aro fine enough to give
him high intellectual capacity, tho i
, training and habits of the athleto
who becomes eminent in his special
ty may soud him to a lunatic acylum ,
or to an early grave." i
As wo advance in civilization such
instances bocomo more numerous.
Our strong mon collapso suddenly.
1 They do not stand tho wear and tear
of life as well as weaker mou who
havo uovor strained their bodily and
i mental faculties,
These cafes occur so often, and
they aro so gonerally discussed that
it is hard to understand the popu
larity of nthletiu sports. It is not
1 likely that the ordinary run of .
, games iudulged in by collego boys
and young men menace health and
1 life, but the overtraining which re
sults iu a Sullivan or Gorbolt is un
mistakably dang'Toiix. A well-balanced
man of ordinary physiquo
I stands a better chance of long life
man a giant, Aiiunui uontmumm.
During the gold fevor in Califor
nia ueof brought 30 eeuts a pound;
butter, 51; eggs, $1 25 a dozen; a
hen sold for $2.50, and milk at 25
cents a quart.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDEK THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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Mr. John A. fc'cotl, Mutineer of the Hilo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of the woiking of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was eiectid by Ihnr work nt the commencement of tho crop
"During tho past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of S00
tons. This is fully 10 pcrcuit more than the best work of former years.
"Tho three roller mill being 20 in. by 51 in. nnd tho two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. '1 ho first mill doing this amount of work iu an eUlcicnt manner
and with great onto, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cano by the National Cane Shredder, iccontly erected by
"And by its use tho extinction lui been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and iu some caecs 80 percent has been reached J
tho average being 75 to 78 percent, iu cording to quality.
"I continue to find the mi-gnxr, from idiroddcd cane better fuel than from
"The shredder has been working day aud night for soven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, baviug shredded during that timo about soventy
thousand tons of cane, and it lurgo purl of it being hard ratoons.
"Tho shredder and eneino require very little euro or attention."
Plans nnd Hpccilieaiiotin or tlioe hhitdders may he seen at tho omco of
WM. G IRWIN & CO., L'd.
Ancfif hf l ffnumitnn Illnnitt
ij;iM -s k " ' . , sJvaHB
1 1 Kerr
is tho only
man in IIo
S35 The Autosiatic Pearl Fewniq Machine with
tho Lutest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Put chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnello and Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
A lurgo assortment
has just been re
ceived per "R. P.
Richet" and "C. D.
Bryant," and more
to airive per "Transit."
Every variety, stylo
and price ih tho
Furnituro lino. Tho
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Gull nnd inspect our
ttOJ) 8o Co.,
NTo V King Street.
Ed. Holfschla ysr & Go. :-:
'Household' Sewing Machlnrr,
HiDd Stwlng Machine?, with all itie Ultst Iruprovements.
Ytfierinayer's Cottage Plan-u.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and other Instrument!.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.