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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 23, 1896, Page 5, Image 5',
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Pewfl?tfnaiil'BarkVMARre Hfeld" a New Lot of- - :'
English RUiS, in All Sizes and New
DO YOU LIKE CUEKY?
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TRUE INDIAN CURRA'
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURHY
Curry Powder as made by
.Recipe from the
BENSON, SMITH & U
527 Fort Street,
Prime. Fat and Juicy.
Oold Storage Turkeys,
" iFre'sljly Killed5 Turkeys
Come and See them
' C. W. W1ACFARLANE,
TELS., 326 ard 1S2". 21 feAAHUMA'NTJ- BT.
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Eml)roiderod White Handkerchiofs, that soil 2 for 2.'io.
Colored Bordered Hnndkerchicfs, 40c. per dozen.
Plain White Swisses.
Our 36 inch
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us is prepared after tho Origins
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Linen Hemstitched Handkerchief's ,at ''.l'ro $2.00, 2.25; $2.50
Gentlemen's Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs' at' $2.75,
3Gin. Eiderdown of cream, pink, blue
Corduroy in cream color
Assorted Corduroy in
PEECALES are still selling at 10 Cents a
HOW TO KEEP CLOTHING.
Ixinff Worn Qarinrnti Should llu Well
Evoryday Rnnrtonta Hlionld bo tlifiin
fectcd. Brushing is uot.Bnflloiont, i3 it
does not romovo tbn uuploaeaut odors
that Mmo.frqin long URago. Somo wom
ou flprlnklbi(Jioir wniets mid drosses
with scout ami uso sachet powders to
perfnmo their bonnets and wraps. All
this would bo D'lmirublo wcro it avail-
ing. Scent ncod to bo overpowering to '
roucoal thounfrugrant ciiitiiiutioiif from
nn old gmuiuut. Thou tho bouquet is
fulsomo nud vulgar.
Uottor thnu pcout bags or potpourri is
n olothespolo nud an open window.
Torn tho garments wiong sldo out, and
lot tho air and huuiliino disinfoct and
dcodorizo theuc All night airing is
good, but a day of blowing winds and
purifying sunlight is better. When a
bounot lining or a sot of dress shields
becomos perceptible, It should bo ic
inovod. Cloth garments can be sponged
and pressed oh an. A piut of bonziuo
costs C cents and will cloan anything in
tho way of kid, silk, luco or worsted.
Camphor is another common disinfect
nut and not half appreciated. If after
brushing tho only coat or gown it is
sprinkled with spirits'of jccmplior and
aired a few hours, .it will jbo tidy and
grateful. Garments and belongings that
smoll of nothing aro tho olcuuest and
most agrooable. Thero is always a sus
picion of bad honlth, bad sanitation or
bad habits wiioro thero is much perfum
ing. If n econt is desired to ucutinlizo
what is known as shop stuelh, emanat
ing from tho laundry, factoiy, p.iekiug
room, etc., oiris, imibcadiue, bcrgutunt
or n bit of sandal wood ia pioCerabla to
the sickly pwcetncRs of nitmuf.ictuicd
porfuiucs. Deodorized alcoliol, with n
te.ispoonful of (cent to n pint, used as 11
spray, will leave tho clothing redolent
of neatness. And for tho fIiIii tliuro is
nothing mora aroiuittiu and ugreeublo
than n handful of luvtudor wator.
Ilmr to Vsa 11 Ilrooin.
Don't let it get dirty. Olcanso often
by putting in a pail of lukowaim nonp
Euds or h61d uuder tv.fnucet.
Don't uso a broom straw to test n
onko. It is not neat and isverydnnger
ous, as many brooms aro soaked in ar
Bonio solution to glvo them their green
Don't sweep with your back. Uso
yonr arms and tho broom, with not too
long n stroko.
Dou't put salt on tho floor when
about to sweep. Dampen a jiawbpnjur,
tear in pieces and throw on tho oaiput.
How tii fcclert Your Wlulcir Vinw,
Women who aro fltort mid stout
should shun tho long rows of milled
capes und claborato coats, whilo thoto
who aro tall and slender should never
linger boforo tho racofuj pwoep of
suitable for Opera Capes, f
black, navy blue and green.
. . WAVERLEY BLOCK.
wraps whose end end aim 13 to givo an
appcaranco of height rather than )f
broudth in tho wearer. This might seem
superfluous advice if ono did not ceo so
many victims of this very mistako go
ing about every season and looking as
misorablo as thoy fool. Tho next thiiig
is to select tho color that will tirst liar
monizo will) all probablo toilets, nud
hero tho Rubicon is reached. Of coimo
black is always nccoptublo and becom
ing, but black is too somber for jouutf
women and often hying to older ones;
so to decido upon tho oxuet shade, that
will woar nicely, that will not intrudo
itsolf at any timo and that toward tho
end of tho season will still look nt least
prcsentabla is a task that tries one's
utmost power of discrimination.
How to Cars Chapped IlnmU.
Insufllcient drying is tho causo of
most chapped bauds. It is an excellent
idea to keep on ouo'h dressing tablu a
box of almond meal with perforated,
cover, When tho bauds aro dried with,,
the towel, a little almond moal dusted
over them will comploto the work of
absorbing tho moisturo and tho bauds1
will not oh up.
How Silver In Amaj-od.
Prngmouts of thooro or alloyed metal
aro placed in cupels. Tho cupels aro
placed in a muffle, and tho mufllo is ox
posed to intense heat until tho metal is
melted. This heat ia maintained until
tho baser metal ia oxidized and is partly
volatilizod and partly absorbed by tho
cupel. As tho Silver Will not oxidize, it
remains in globules in tho cupola Tho
wotght of theeo globules is thou com
pared with tho weight of tho original
A oupol is u Email, filial low vesiol
made of bono ash. Tho mufllo is inudo
of fire day. It is about oiglit iucljes
long and about four inohca high and
has a flat bottom and nn arched top.
Olio end of it ia opon nud tho uther
closed, and it has numerous apertures
along its sided.
IIow to Mulio a Itlooil Purlflur,
Four ounces of sifted sugar, S ounces
of opsom wits, 3 ounces of cream of
tartar, 2 ounccH of carbonato of soda,
nn ounce cf tartaric nuid. Mix all to
gether well and keep in a bottlu corked
tight From ouo to two teaspoonfuls
lu a glass of water.
Mill Another Fnvorito.
Af ilio Royal Atmox, in nclrli
tion to tho uow nud popular "T.
V. 1'' ," tho mnunu'oniont Imvo . in
trodiicpd iho fttinonn "Gold Lnliol"
Scotch whisky. That Uhto ohoii o
bnntlo i.ro fully approciiitpd hy
UiopntvoDSot tho Auuox is provon
by the constant and inoreaamg do
roand for thorn.
'iiits jl&ssiG ;aji4W fesvoiO feiJS
and $3.00 per dozou. EJBT
$3.25, $4.00 and $5.00 per dozen.
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W. C. ACHI & CO,,,
brokers & Dealers
.IT Wo ill Iluy or Hell Heal Eututo in
I nil pirtH of tho gioiij).
! 7tT Wo ill Hull l'ropoitieson ItcAson
office, 10 West King street
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
''S On the Instalment l'luu and 10 Tercont
pisoouut for (Ja.li.
, iW Apply to
I , T A Q 1? TTrTn A XT
"' ' ' Auctlonocr.
Or W. O. AOUI, Iloal Estate Broker.
September 21, 1S00. 412-tf
At WAIKIK1 on car line and on PA-
LAMA HOAD near Fertilizing
Those Lots aro Very Cheap and Bold
oa Easy Terras. k
Debiruble Aero Tracts near tho city and
other l'ropei-tiea for sale.
' IiirUCK, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lota and Lauds,
312 Fort Streot, near King.
Tjlki'Hoke UH. P. O. Box 821.
.For, Salo 'or To Let.
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Three Houses near Punnhou Colhgo,
oonbiluiug from ceveu to nine roomB, bnih
room, lmlU, closets, etc. Now, uodern
nud oouviiiitut ,Qood view, hoaltby loca
lity. Apply to , i '
v JU; ByTTERFIELD;4,
,T. A BUTTERFIELD,
Conlroctor t& Huildei'
pstiuir.tis given. BepHirs and altera
tions mnduj Wmk gtreti proiupt attention,
it KrfV UjyHoli BpJ, fc 434-3m'
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 250, j : i : No, 210 King Bt
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a Oa villi
yard. t k
Special 'attention glvth to dleeajcs o( tlio
eyoandeir. , r
Walanuenue Ave. near Court nouue. i03-tl
DR. C. A. PETERSON
s . .'.IiSEUOVUD TO .,
No. 28 Emma Street,
OiUoe Iloursi 6 'to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. tn. Telephone 752. 4G7.2oi
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
-Physician and Surgeon
" TfiLEI'nONE 853.
. Ilours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4p:in and 7 to 8 p. m, . . .
440 Punchbowl etreej or 143 Miller Btrtet,
Honolulu, OaUll. jco-tf
Q-eo. H. Hiddv3
P''D-?:' T v
- C32 Fort Btrout. Ilouis from 0 a. m. to
P- .. it 4C7.U
A. 6." WALL, D. D. S.,
-Hotol -Struct, ArliiigtoriCottugH.
H. HACKFEID & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Qnocn StreotelHonolnlu.
;m. Phillips J ko
WEolesnle Importers and JouUSre o(
Europeani and American Dry Goods
Port aud Quixm Btreeta.
I Evtnirig Bulled 7Cc jer month.
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